Was this the most brutal movie summer? It certainly felt that way. Tons of massive films completely tanked at the box office, and some of our most highly anticipated movies were huge disappointments. But this summer also beat last summer for total ticket sales. Here are the summer's biggest winners and losers.
Every once in a while, there's an animated film that has a totally bizarre premise, which should not work at all. And yet, the result is actually kind of great. Gnomeo and Juliet was one such movie, and so is Turbo, the story of a snail that wants to be a race car. Turbo could be the summer's most pleasant surprise.
Will this be the summer that all your favorite icons reach their true potential for greatness on the big screen? Or will all your favorite characters be stuck in generic tentpole films about angst and terrorism? We'll find out soon! Here's the complete guide to this summer's science fiction, fantasy and comic book…
Following the success of David Fincher's House of Cards, Netflix is going to produce a new series, this time teaming up with Dreamworks Animation SKG. The series will be based in Dreamworks' upcoming animation movie Turbo, the story of a snail that gains speed superpowers.
We've seen a large chunk of the new CG animated Mr. Peabody & Sherman movie — and surprise, it's actually not terrible. Ever since this movie was announced, we've been giving off nervous "please don't ruin my childhood" noises.
When does a power-assisted bike stop being a bike and instead becomes a moped? While there's no defined limit, Specialized's new Turbo e-bike is definitely toeing the line.
Archos Android tablets. Typically considered also-rans, but these things do have a 1.5GHz dual-core processor and up to 250GB harddrives.
If you want to use a dedicated 3G dongle for your laptop, hardware choices are always limited. Here are AT&Ts two new offerings, the LG Turbo and Option Velocity. And no, you're not the only one who thought "American Gladiators."
In the future, your merit as a street thug will be based on the swift moves you bring to the back alley illegal Dance Dance Revolution fighting game. So does it work, or is it still just dance fighting?
A few months back, I wrote about Turbo, a USC graduate thesis shot for under $100K on a Red One camera that used some well-designed effects to capture one potential future of gaming. Now it's online for free.
The short film Turbo doesn't just capture how we imagine playing video games in 10-20 years. It's a piece that could only look this good through modern, inexpensive movie making technologies.
Click to view This simple Wiimote hack reminds me of the days when the NES Advantage allowed for a little "turbo" fire while playing a Shmup like Life Force. It was kind of cheating, sure, but it made old games fun again. This kit does the same. I may rent House of the Dead 3 for my Wii now. Emphasis on "may."As you…
Sling's just released the Slinglink TURBO 1 and Slinglink TURBO 4, two powerline network adapters so you can connect your Slingboxes through your home network by way of the electrical system. Aptly named, the TURBO 1 has one Ethernet port and the TURBO 4 has four, and will retail for $99 and $149 respectively.
If you're at all interested in getting a SlingLink Turbo to compliment your Slingbox, there's a $20 coupon for Woot members. Just hit up this page, get the code, and follow the link to buy it. If you're not familiar with the SlingLink, it's essentially powerline networking in a Sling-like box.
Following up on the rumor that Apple was going to add an H.264 hardware encoding/decoding chip into all upcoming Macs, Elgato has released an H.264 USB stick that does just that. What does this mean to you? Well, a USB stick would be second best to an internal chip (like was speculated before) but the effect is the…
Netgear's Storage Central has been popular enough with the home and small business market for them to release an updated version. The SC101T now supports SATA drives instead of IDE, has disk mirroring, and finally supports Gigabit Ethernet. About gorram time, we say.