Over the past month, the official Star Wars Youtube channel has been sharing a series of shorts to build excitement for the upcoming release of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. The twist? All of the shorts were created with stop-motion animation, using the actual Star Wars toys that you can find online and on store shelves.
After months of watching Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton take shots at one another from afar, we’re finally going to see what they have to say to one another face to face on Monday night at the first presidential debate. This promises to be one of the most widely watched debates in American history, and unless you want to miss out on all the conversations that your family, friends and colleagues are going to be having over the next few weeks, you’re going to want to tune in.
Thankfully, whether you have a cable subscription or not, there are plenty of ways to watch the 90-minute debate tonight at 9PM ET.
Just over six months after Daredevil’s second season premiered on Netflix, Marvel returns to the streaming service with a new show: Luke Cage.
When we last saw Luke, he was recovering from a serious case of Kilgrave’s mind control in Jessica Jones. Mike Colter (Luke Cage) has said in interviews that we’ll “still feel the residue of Kilgrave” going into the first season of his show.
Next Tuesday, Google is going to hold a massive launch event in San Francisco, where it is expected to debut two Android smartphones (Pixel and Pixel XL), the AI-powered Google Home personal assistant, the Google Wifi router, a Daydream VR headset and a 4K-capable streaming media player called the Chromecast Ultra.
Monday is always the worst day of the week, but you know what might make you feel better? A bunch of free apps for your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch! We’ve gathered an eclectic collection of games and tools for you to download today, including a photo editor, an iMessage calculator and a robot party.
If you’re looking for a new streaming media player this fall, Roku has you covered. On Monday morning, the company unveiled five new devices on its website — a lineup with some notable additions and improvements over last year’s.
As of this week, fall has officially begun. That means a whole lot of things—changing colors, cooler temperatures, the weirdest presidential election of all time—but more importantly, it means that a truckload of video games are coming out.
And by truckload, I means dozens and dozens for each and every platform (save for the Wii U). But rather than list all of the titles, we’ve decided to round up the best of the best; the ones you really need to be looking out for this fall.
We’re in the home stretch of 2016, and it’s been a busy couple of months for the video game industry. Microsoft brought HDR gaming and 4K video to the fore with the Xbox One S in August. Sony responded with a console refresh of its own in September, along with the announcement that it would launch the first ever 4K gaming console, the PlayStation 4 Pro, in November.
All this time, Nintendo has been eerily silent.
According to a new report from Android Police, Google is preparing to launch a new router carrying the name Google Wifi on October 4th alongside the new Pixel smartphones, Google Home and the 4K-capable Chromecast Ultra.
Start the weekend off right with a fresh new collection of completely free apps for your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. There are a few camera apps, a cloud music manager, an app for audio professionals and even a tool to help you find the right home. Plus, if that’s not enough, you can always check yesterday’s post too.
Following the release of the iPhone 7, some people have begun to question whether or not Apple has lost its way, if only slightly. Not only did Apple make the somewhat inexplicable decision to remove the headphone jack, but the company also introduced a set of wireless earbuds that look utterly ridiculous.
Nevertheless, diehard fans continue to eat up everything Apple puts out, which is why Conan has been having such a good time lampooning the company of late.
Rumors of a Siri-powered smart home device to compete with Amazon’s Echo and Google’s Home have been circulating since May of this year, but we haven’t heard much concrete information about the project since then.
On Friday, we got our first update on the device in months when Bloomberg published a report claiming that the product has now moved out of the research and development lab and into prototype testing.
They say that all press is good press, but I’m willing to bet that Samsung would beg to differ. The whole exploding Galaxy Note 7 scandal has been nothing short of a catastrophe for the South Korean company, but there is a silver lining.
An extremely thin, almost invisible silver lining, but a silver lining nonetheless: Not all of the reports of exploding phablets has turned out to be real.