Critical reaction to Steven Spielberg’s traditional take on the Roald Dahl classic The BFG has been positive, if mostly ambivalent. The same, sadly, can’t be said for its reception at the box office, where it is setting the world on fire with all the force of the dampest squib.
Mads Mikkelsen teases a Doctor Strange unlike any other Marvel movie. James Wan talks about subverting expectations with the Aquaman film. Ed Skrein wants an unlikely comic book character to appear in Deadpool 2. Plus, a familiar face returns to The Walking Dead, and Gotham is recasting one of itscomic book villains.…
Tom Hiddleston talks about James Bond. Norman Reedus continues to hype up The Walking Dead’s return. The Star Trek TV show adds a franchise veteran to its writing team. Stephen Amell teases the CW/DC TV universe’s four-way crossover. Plus, Paul McGann wants to return to Doctor Who. Spoilers Now!
I stopped by BFG yesterday, makers of the Phobos—a mega performance/home theater PC aimed at the rich and the lazy. Their touchscreen-wielding Phobos is an understated beast of a PC, but I'm more interested in what they're planning next.
We were intrigued by the teaser shot of BFG's Phobos gaming rig and its touchscreen interface—but now the details have revealed a lot more to be excited about.
Mr Tan from Songyuan city, China, claims to have built the world's largest cellphone. The cellphone stands 3-ft high and weighs in at 48lbs and is 620 times bigger than his own, normal-sized cellphone, which he used as a model for the gigantic, pointless and generally fantastic handset.
We are not strangers to a crazy BBQ design or two, but this BFG BBQ—think Doom weapon, not friendly giant—takes the proverbial biscuit. Spotted on Flickr, and the work of an unknown Texan, the grill stands 19-feet long, has a 36" x 60" primary grill and a 12" x 36" secondary grill. The handle houses a fire box, while…
Like every other red-blooded American boy, I enjoy the notion of propelling a piece of lead at up to Mach 8 and at "extreme" ranges. That's why I was glad to hear that BAE Systems has delivered a rail gun capable of such feats, and that the US Navy signed for the package.
It took 10 years and a $40 million budget to make, but the Air Force has unveiled a new weapon it calls the Active Denial System. It's a nonlethal weapon that has been certified for use in Iraq as a means of crowd control. The ADS shoots a beam of high intensity millimeter waves, which in plain English means if you…