Thursday’s debate between Republican candidates for President is must see TV. But if you’re a cordcutter who doesn’t subscribe to traditional TV, you’re sadly out of luck. The highly anticipated debate is co-hosted by Facebook, but the only legal way to watch it live is on Fox News.
This past week, we listed off some of the ridiculous arguments that people make to defend sexism in superhero comics, but it looks like we may have to add a few more to that list. This conversation between three Fox News hosts brings up some baffling points about female superheroes.
Fox News' "Special Report" took a look at the latest climate-change studies. And even by the network's standards, this segment of grumpy-old-men-punditry was profoundly bizarre, complete with comparisons to rain dancing and Old Testament floods.
When Fox News first introduced its new news room full of ridiculously giant iPad-lookin' Windows tablets, our first question was "why?!" but now that the team has done a little journalism on Candy Crush, it's all suddenly crystal clear.
Over on Fox News' website, Shepard Smith gives us a tour of the the Fox News Deck's upgraded studio which inexplicably features a team of staffers in the background working at what appear to be gigantic tablets. According to Smith, those are actually "information specialists" frantically pawing away at what Fox calls…
Whether you think the Affordable Healthcare Act is good or bad, I think we can all agree that Alex Jones is completely out of his mind, right? I mean, not only is he posing as an evil lizard alien who loves Obamacare, nothing he says in this video makes any fucking sense. By the end, he's simply gibbering madly.
Loyal viewers of Fox 5 news will be pretty disappointed come September 21, when they discover their shiny new iPhone 5s have exactly none of the sweet features the NYC Fox affiliate has reported the phone to have.
Did dinosaur flatulence on the part of sauropods like Apatosaurus warm the Earth? Possibly. At least, that's the main takeaway from a paper published in the latest issue of Current Biology.
Last week, Rupert Murdoch finally admitted to the obvious phone-hacking cover-up at his now shut-down tabloid News of the World—not that anyone had any doubts about it before his confession. And just this morning, a report was released by a UK Parliamentary panel declaring the media mogul unfit to lead his own empire.…
Fox News' Lou Dobbs is taking aim at The Lorax and The Secret World of Arrietty for brainwashing our kids with their anti-industrialism agenda, and for foisting Obama's rhetoric about "sharing" onto children. Because sharing is evil.
Needless to say, the President is very much alive and well, having not been "shot twice in the lower pelvic area and in the neck" as the @FoxNewsPolitics Twitter account claims.
In today's Remainders: shouting! Fox News has been clamoring about Verizon and the iPad for a while, and today they kept on clamoring; an indie video game you control by screaming; a robot that listens for your commands; and more.
FoxNew.com tech editor Jeremy Kaplan asked me if I think Apple's lost its mojo. I responded using a metaphor pertaining to intercourse, particularly that moment after the fact, and he went with it. Hey, it was a good metaphor! [FoxNews.com]
That's not an actual quote of course, but the scene here looks so contrived that it seems plausible. The scary thing is that the Cybersquad is protecting our data with old Dells, Windows XP and "intimidating" Matrix screensavers.
You may be thanking JJ Abrams (or even Gene Rodenberry) for the Star Trek movie, but according to one right-wing commentator, you're thinking way too small in terms of who's responsible for the whole thing.
Here's a strange story from those paragons of sensible journalism over at Fox News. They claim that the FBI can now use the microphone on your cell phone to listen in on your conversations, even when the phone is turned off. Now, I've heard of special phones that are outfitted to work this way, but all phones? How…