Welcome to the age of playing music that doesn’t go with a video game with the video game you’re playing on Steam. Introduced this week by Valve is Steam Music, a system that’s been in testing for well over a year.
You may ridicule it for its size or its bending abilities, but the iPhone 6 Plus will not fail you even if you accidentally drop it while sky diving. This is what Richard Ryan, mobile device torturer extraordinaire, discovered for himself in the latest "test", if you could still call it that, of Apple's largest smartphone to date.
Behold, the next big hype monster for the next big Star Trek movie. You didn’t think the folks who own the Star Trek franchise would stop with the resurgence of everyone’s favorite vulcan Spock played by Leonard Nimoy, did you?
Behold the viral bot-owners. After Emma Watson’s speech at the United Nations aimed at Gender equality earlier this week, a viral campaign was launched in the opposite direction. A website suggesting there’d be a leak of nude photos of the actress went up - "EmmaYouAreNext" was released and a viral marketing scheme was hatched.
Supposing you’re one of the thousands of citizens of the United States of America that forgoes cable TV here in 2014, you might be seeking out an alternate source for South Park tonight - or tomorrow morning. The 18th season of the series premieres this evening, after all. Lucky you, you Xbox One-owning user - the Comedy Central app launches this week.
This week designer/artist Dirk Loechel has been tapped by the viral web for his massive chart collecting every ship in the sci-fi multiverse. For those of you looking for your favorite massive non-spaceship craft, the Death Star, stop looking: it’s not there. This chart collects every ship between 100 meters and 24,000 meters only.
Despite Apple's best efforts, it seems that the media circus surrounding its iCloud storage and backup service isn't going away any time soon. Especially not if the compromising photos keep on coming, which is what tabloid TMZ claims just happened to Kim Kardashian, Vanessa Hudgens, and, yes, Jennifer Lawrence again.
Personal drones are all the fad among hobbyists and extreme sports fans, but while they can make short work of filming yourself or others remotely and from any angle, they are apparently useful for less innocent purposes as well. This is something Pinewood Studios, where the much-awaited Star Wars Episode VII is being filmed, found out the hard way. Now they're trying to find ways to keep those drones away and unfortunately are coming up rather empty.
It’s sunday. What better way to spend the next 2 minutes of your time than watching some skateboarders do what they do best through a load of balloons? There is no better way to use your next 2 minutes of life. Make with the tapping.