This week on Meanwhile in the Future, we ask what would happen if Earth had a second moon. How exactly that happens I won’t reveal — you’ll have to listen! But once it does, there are some really interesting things that we might notice on Earth, from tides and the night sky, to the potential destruction of Earth.
Star Wars Celebration has revealed the names of two of the major factions in The Force Awakens: the Resistance, who seem to represent the next generation of the Rebel Alliance from the original trilogy, and the First Order, who appear to be the (non-Timothy Zahn) heir to the Empire. But are these the only political…
Lego have released an online catalogue detailing upcoming sets in 2015 - including a first look at images of the new tie-in sets for Avengers: Age of Ultron. What can we learn about the movie among all the brick-based Lego goodness?
Prepare your Wallets, Lego fans: there's been a flurry of rumours over the weekend that Lego might be planning on bringing SHIELD's floating HQ to their range of Marvel toys next year - and not just as a normal set, but a humongous (and pricey) display model.
There's been a lot of wild speculation about Star Wars this week - Rumours for Episode VII have been flying around like Mynocks in a Giant Space Worm and got everyone talking (or in our case, Photoshopping!). But the weirdest Star Wars tidbit floating around this week has nothing to do with Episode VII at all...
Early reports have started coming in that Robert Downey Junior may have joined the cast of Ubisoft's Assassin's Creed movie as a character that fans of the video game series are already very familiar with - Leonardo Da Vinci. Wait, what?
When Coulson and his team return in a few weeks for the première of Season 2, they'll be alongside a familiar, yet unexpected face. Find out who after the cut, and what it could mean for Agents of SHIELD.
Telltale Games has teased its upcoming Game of Thrones video game with a quote from A Dance With Dragons and a hashtag. But what does it actually tell us about the game's setting in Westeros? (Warning: This post contains Spoilers for A Dance With Dragons.)
The great Vegas gadget circus is only days away, and we've got a feeling big, beautiful TVs are going to be front and center. 4K! OLED! Wonderful stuff. But Samsung is teasing something that's either brilliant or insane. We can't tell.
Finnish Googlers were greeted with a search page sans the "I'm Feeling Lucky" button today. The omission, present only in Finland at the moment, might indicate the 1990s-era button's luck has finally run out. *groan* [CNET]
Google's not saying much about it, but one can't help but think the company's late-week acquisition of open-source home theater and DVR software developer SageTV is related to its struggling Google TV offering.
A site that's made a name for itself as a leaker of legitimate Apple prototypes and near-complete devices has done it again, leaking an iPhone 5 case that shows a bigger screen and a different flash location.
If and when an iPhone update arrives this year, it may do so with a small suffix and some new carrier friends. Mainly, you can expect an "iPhone 4S" in September, with support for Sprint and T-Mobile.
So the white iPhone 4 is a bit bigger in the trunk than its black-encased brother. No big deal, really, unless you're trying to swap cases between the two. Inside, however, we're learning there's even more to this peculiar story.
Microsoft's Zune media player never really caught fire, or generated much heat at all. And while Microsoft appears committed to Zune's services and features, ZDNet speculates that Zune as we know it isn't long for this world.
According to the always-rumormongering, often-incorrect Taiwanese publication Digitimes, HTC's got three tablets for the first half of 2011, with the first launching in the US in March. It'll be called the Flyer allegedly, and will resemble the Desire phone—plus run Android 2.3 (Gingerbread), as we heard before. The…
So there's a new iPad coming soon. Apparently. The speculation surrounding this mystery pad, with its new slots and slimmer profile, is pretty noisy, but Best Buy—bless their little blue and yellow hearts—just made it a bit louder.