The latest Lego Jurassic World game trailer makes the wait even harder

It doesn’t reveal much in terms of gameplay, but Warner Bros. has released another trailer for Lego Jurassic World that shows a few more glimpses of the levels based on the three previous films in the franchise. It also mentions the Lego Jurassic World Creation Lab, so in addition to being able to play as dinosaurs,… » 5/30/15 12:00pm 28 minutes ago

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China Tries To Jam U.S. Global Hawks While Busy Developing Their Own

China has reportedly been trying to jam U.S. Air Force RQ-4 Global Hawk flights flying over the increasingly volatile South China Sea. Meanwhile, they are busy perfecting their own High Altitude Long Endurance (HALE) unmanned aircraft, with new pictures of a twin fuselage design emerging on the internet. » 5/30/15 12:08am Today 12:08am

San Andreas without the special effects looks even more ridiculous

You know what happens in a real earthquake? A pause. And then slight confusion. And then frantically trying to remember what elementary school taught you on where you should go. And then panic because you don’t remember. You know what happens when you film an earthquake disaster movie such as San Andreas? Comedy. » 5/29/15 10:17pm Yesterday 10:17pm

Video: The underrated importance of chairs in movies

Tony Zhou of Every Frame a Painting focuses in on something that’s not always noticed in movies but is incredibly important in how we view a film: chairs. Yep, the things we sit on. By focusing on chairs, he’s making a larger point about production design but it’s really interesting to see how something as simple as a… » 5/29/15 9:56pm Yesterday 9:56pm

The Incredible Calculations That Keep Google's Project Loon Aloft

When we last checked in on Project Loon—Google’s moonshot project to blanket the world with internet-packing weather balloons—one had just circumnavigated the globe in a very quick 22 days. I just attended a talk at Google I/O and got some more info about the challenges the team faces in making this wild-ass project… » 5/29/15 9:00pm Yesterday 9:00pm

Everyone should watch this ridiculously awesomely fun movie right now

YES. If you don’t remember the crazy bananas movie that was Kung Fury, go and watch the trailer again. You’ll see a completely over the top preview that includes Kung Fu, dinosaurs, DeLoreans, time travel, killing Hitler, Vikings and more. It was glorious. Now the entire movie is online for free to watch on YouTube. » 5/29/15 8:40pm Yesterday 8:40pm

Android M And Chrome Are Doing Something Great For Users

The most important news about Android M is how it will handle the way apps get permission to access your private data. That sounds like a humble little technical detail until you realize what a revolution it will be when we can set our own permissions on apps, any time we want. And Chrome is doing it too. » 5/29/15 8:20pm Yesterday 8:20pm

Fact-Checking San Andreas With a Seismologist

Disaster-plagued cities. Hellish landscapes. Post-apocalyptic society. It’s just your average day in California. With one special exception: A 9.6 earthquake has rippled up and down the state, unleashing unimaginable devastation. That’s the plot of San Andreas—but could any of this happen in real life? Let’s ask… » 5/29/15 7:55pm Yesterday 7:55pm

Visualization shows the sad truth on how many lives were lost in WWII

The numbers are truly saddening and absolutely staggering. If you have time on your hands, sit through this illuminating data visualization video that details how many lives were cut short from World War II. It’s a lot. It’s not all bad though, Neil Hailoran, the maker of the video, shows how we’ve grown since then. » 5/29/15 7:40pm Yesterday 7:40pm

The New Moonshots: These Are The Most Futuristic Ideas From Google I/O

The most futuristic projects at Google come out of their advanced technologies and projects group, or ATAP. And today at Google I/O, the ATAP team unveiled their vision of tomorrow, where your body, behavior and clothing will be the new interfaces that control your gadgets — and keep them secure, too. » 5/29/15 5:15pm Yesterday 5:15pm

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Charging devices when you’re away from accessible wall outlets is always a challenge. Regardless if you’re a beach bum, a regular camper, or you just like hanging out in the park, a StrongVolt Solar Charger will keep your battery running. Save 20% site-wide with promo code gawker20. » 5/26/15 2:28pm Tuesday 2:28pm

Choose From Over 10,000 Udemy Courses For $15 Each, Save Up To 95%

Udemy, a leading marketplace for online learning, is offering nearly every course in their catalog to Gizmodo readers for just $15. We’ve highlighted some great web and app development classes, but their catalog ranges from new languages to architectural design. With promo code SUMMER1515 this Udemy sale will save you… » 5/27/15 3:25pm Wednesday 3:25pm