Sunsets, fireworks, ironic picnics, girlfriends, uncles asking "Why are you pointing your phone at me?," sleeping dogs, lakes, and fire hydrants—filtered, distorted, sepia-toned, faded, and retro-ed. There are now 150,000,000 pieces of false nostalgia on Instagram.
For those who love music that pumps from the plump, alien-looking frames of little white pigs comes Speakal's ugly-as-sin iPig.
Check out the first picture of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2, coming in June. Looks like Harry's in a tough spot. Warner Bros. also released high-res pics of Sherlock Holmes 2, Sucker Punch and other 2011 films.
Well, it's inductive charging, not magic. But Canon's Cross Media dock looks like a particularly sweet implementation, letting you not only juice up to three cameras or camcorders sans wires, but suck down and share your pics and vids too.
This once-in-a-lifetime photo captures a blast that tears through 8,000 cubic yards of rock in an old phosphate mine. It's just one of the marvels captured in the best engineering photos of 2009.
Here's a dazzlingly bright look at the dark side of the Moon — more accurately called the far side, since it gets as much light as the side we can see. The colors come from the Lunar Orbiter Laser Altimeter.
Christopher Nolan rocked our brains with The Dark Knight, and it looks like he'll do it again with his new film, Inception. Dozens of high-res stills and poster images just went online, giving us our best look at this film.
The first real footage from M. Night Shyamalan's Airbender came out this week and we've rounded up the latest screengrabs, poster and behind-the-scenes shots, to see if this live-action feature can live up to the cartoon.
New pics leaked from the set of Predators give a look at the new version of the famous alien hunters about to chase down Adrien Brody and friends. Click through for alien predators, plants and grinning actors.
A new batch of stills from the virtual reality death trap videogame flick Gamer show the NSFW parties that are only possible when the host controls his guests' minds.
The machines stalking Terminator Salvation's post-apocalyptic future will be more primitive and clunky than Arnie's T-800. But they'll also look like messed-up parodies of human beings, as new pictures reveal. Check out our Terminator gallery.
Anyone else think most images we've seen of Chris Pine's Kirk have been bruise-porn? Well, he's not alone anymore: looks like our boy Sulu can take a punch too. A new Star Trek gallery awaits.
What's Wolverine saying as he does a David Lee Roth leap in the forest? We know you're the best there is at captioning photos. Plus new images show Agent Zero and The Blob.