Two Verizon LTE modems from LG and Pantech have leaked out in an ad that all but confirms the promised 38-city high-speed wireless network activation has all but arrived.
No, that's not Kirk squaring off against his transporter duplicate: It's a scene from William Shatner's Spaghetti Western, White Comanche. A new DVD set is full of Trek stars' cowboys-and-Indians adventures, which really feel like lost Star Trek episodes.
James Cameron is pumped to produce Guillermo del Toro's Lovecraft adaptation At The Mountain of Madness "It's going to be an epically scaled horror film, and we haven't seen anything like that in a really long time... since Aliens." [Wired]
For the third installment in the insanely profitable Men in Black franchise, director Barry Sonnenfeld is getting the band back together — and shooting it in 3D.
Not content with deploying their version of Apple's Genius tech support lackeys, Microsoft is now biting on the iTunes Genius song feature as well and the initial previews make it look... really awesome, actually. Wired got a sneak preview of the Zune 3.0 software, to be released on Sept. 16, and found it much more…
At 6:08 a.m. GMT on the 22nd, activists Donna Sheehan and Paul Reffell hope you will join them in their quest for world peace—by having an orgasm. Yes, the two have organized Global Orgasm 2007 with the hope that through "the largest possible instantaneous surge of human biological, mental and spiritual energy" we can…
Although the announcement on Monday didn't happen publicly as we first thought, select developers did get to see the Zune behind closed doors and signed NDAs. iLounge's source tells them Microsoft demoed more than one upcoming Zune at the event.