Colbert has always been a great proponent of space exploration and sciences, and it’s fantastic to see him geek out talking to Scott Kelly in orbit on The Late Show.
Noted geek celebrity Stephen Colbert took to the late show last night, and pointed out a Wall Street Journal article about how Star Wars is relatively unknown in China.
Many of the presidential candidates are doing the best they can to interact with millennials, especially on Twitter — but none of them seems to be working as hard on it as Hilary Clinton.
Tim Cook appeared on Stephen Colbert’s new Late Show last night, and Colbert roasted Apple’s CEO with his usual charm.
Elon Musk has engineered a next-generation rocket and built an electric car empire. But on the Late Show last night Musk seemed very human, nervously chuckling as Stephen Colbert lobbed questions at him.
Even if you’ve already ditched live TV in favor of Netflix binges, you’ll probably want to watch Stephen Colbert’s first night hosting The Late Show.
When Stephen Colbert’s The Late Show launches on September 8 there will be a few surprising guests on his couch: Both Elon Musk and Uber CEO Travis Kalanick are booked for a very tech-focused first week. But that’s not the only hint that Colbert’s show might promise to be the most nerd-friendly late night show ever.
Not even Stephen Colbert is immune to the charms of Apple's new wearable. But his reasons might have less to do with "intimate communication directly from your wrist" and more about personal validation: "It's finally cool to wear a calculator watch!"
Thursday night's episode of The Colbert Report included a pretty lengthy interview with multi-industry mad scientist Elon Musk. Missed it because you were asleep (old fart) or don't own a TV (commie)? Don't sweat, we've got you covered.
In just a few short days, Yo has climbed to the top of the app charts, accumulating some 50,000 foolish users who send the same dumb salutation back and forth to each other. Stephen Colbert asks the right question in this hilarious clip: "Y?"
In the wake of Amazon's questionable tactics in dealing with publishing house Hachette, many Amazon shoppers are questioning their loyalty to the mega-seller. Stephen Colbert, not one to hide his anger, unleashed on Amazon in a less-than-subtle way last night.
Last week, we reported on the bizarre patent that Amazon was granted for photographing products against a white background. You might jump to condemn the actions of Amazon and the US Patent Office, but Stephen Colbert is smarter than that. He's getting in on the action.
If you are a Def Leppard fan (and a law-abiding citizen), you have been painfully denied your favorite jams due to a dispute between the band and Universal, their former label.
Perhaps MakerBot felt bad for Stephen Colbert after Nasa failed to name their new toilet after him. Whatever the reason, he can't complain about a 3D-printed bust of his head being sent off to space.
It's always a treat when Colbert gives face time to the geeks—or in this case to a handful of geeky 3D-printed versions of himself. If you didn't crave a MakerBot before, you will after experiencing the Colbert teddybear.
The Colbert Report set its sights last night on internet privacy—skewering CEO Eric Schmidt, especially, for saying we'll all need name changes someday.
Dean Kamen is both notoriously shy and uninterested when it comes to media appearances, but Stephen Colbert was able to lure him in with his earnest, unrelenting, right-wing agenda. And Kamen even brought his DARPA-funded bionic Luke Arm. Full video: