Did you hear? The sort of old, sort of new, but much smaller iPhone is coming out tomorrow! Sometimes people are so excited for phones that they line up for them.
For his new novel The Severed Streets, the second installment of his Shadow Police series, acclaimed writer Paul Cornell decided to include author Neil Gaiman as a significant character. In this essay, Cornell shares why and how he went about making his fictional Gaiman.
Last night, Sony simulcast its E3 press conference to dozens of movie theaters across the United States, including the Regal Trussville Stadium 16, a Big Lots-facing megaplex just off of County Highway 10. That's where I watched it, along with a few dozen PlayStation faithful. Disclaimer: I am not a gamer.
James Frey, the writer notorious for his not-quite-factual memoir A Million Little Pieces, just landed a $2 million deal with Fox for the movie rights to his upcoming young adult novel, Endgame. But how is Google involved in this Hunger Games-esque project?
A few weeks ago, we showed you a terrifying Alpine tourist attraction called "Step Into the Void." It's a glass cage that hangs more than 3,300 feet above the mountains. But the Void is hardly the first heart-stopping skywalk—in fact, these are dozens out there that are just as scary.
This week, temperatures in Chicago dipped to -16 degree Fahrenheit (-26.7 degree Celsius) on the heals of the frigid, dense air known as a polar vortex, which has swept across the Midwest and through huge portion of the United States.
Cutaway or cross-section drawings are mostly just fancy residues of a long-gone era when engineering and architecture visualisation was based on hand-drawn images that were often closer to art than boring illustration.
Rocker Marilyn Manson is joining the cast of Once Upon a Time—in voice, if not body. And he's lending his growl to a character we've already met.
Whovians, meet your new Doctor. After much speculation and wishful thinking, the BBC has announced that Peter Capaldi will be playing the Twelfth Doctor.
San Diego Comic-Con is a white-hot furnace in which projects are made, or destroyed. Some emerge from the flames stronger, with invincible buzz levels, while others are melted down. Here's our list of the people and projects that gained buzz from Comic-Con, and the ones that lost some of their buzz.
Veronica Mars might not be science fiction, but we still have a lot of love in our hearts for this geeky girl detective. Here's the first line Kristen Bell delivered when she returned to her quippy character.
Information about Motorola's forthcoming "Moto X" smartphone has been slowly trickling out over the last few months. Here's our first look at the snazzy new Moto phone, courtesy of Mr. Eric Schmidt.
For the first time, the United States has officially disclosed plans to develop counterattack measures against foreign nations' cyberattacks. General Keith Alexander, chief of the military's Cyber Command and the NSA, told Congress yesterday the military is training 13 teams of programmers and computer experts to…
We still don't know much about Christopher Nolan's wormhole traveling film Interstellar, but the movie already has a release date. According to a press releas from Paramount Pictures and Warner Bros. Pictures, which are co-producing and jointly distributing the film, Interstellar will hit theaters and IMAX on November…
It's basically impossible to stop eating junk food. And it's like that for a reason. There are billions and billions of dollars at play in Big Snack, and those corporations want to keep it that way. The New York Times has an exhaustive and fairly massive feature about how junk food companies use everything from…
We've wondered if one of the Doctor's future incarnations might be female, but what would Doctor Who have been like if the Doctor had always been played by a woman? Alasdair Stuart of SciFind has cooked up an alternate history of Doctor Who, positing which actresses might be a match for each of the eleven Doctors, the…
This falls within the realm of strong rumor, but it's an exciting rumor all the same. Deadline is reporting that Benedict Cumberbatch is "in deep conversations" to play cryptanalyst and computer scientist Alan Turing in the biopic The Imitation Game, a script from the 2011 Black List. Will Cumberbatch make the jump…
Well, now we know one previous Doctor that's going to make an appearance during Doctor Who's 50th anniversary. Although William Hartnell, the actor who originated the role in 1963, passed away in 1975, David Bradley has been cast ias the Doctor — Bradley being better known as Argus Filch, the surly Hogwarts custodian…