Call Me Snake follows John Carpenter's anti-hero Snake Plissken through one wild night of fights and one-liners.
In January Google announced plans to layoff 12,000 employees—and many Googlers aren't happy with how those cuts are being handled.
Marlo Oaks also gave a presentation last month in which he used Hitler to illustrate some of the purported evils of environmental social governance.
The actor is currently appearing in John Wick: Chapter 4, in which he plays the character Charon.
Researchers found "zero breeding success" among seabirds in Antarctica.
Shazam: Fury of the Gods director David F. Sandberg spoke to io9 about some spoilers in his DC film.
These creatures might have disappeared forever, if not for some last-ditch conservation.
A Bitcoin Scammer Is Hosting a Fake 'Mercedes-Benz & Tesla Collaboration' Livestream on YouTube Right Now
The scammers repurposed a 2022 Elon Musk press conference to promote a fake collaboration between Mercedes-Benz and Tesla — and hustle a Bitcoin scam.
Record My Ride will record an audio file of the trip, which you can then send to Uber if you file a safety report.
Fury of the Gods tries to predict the future of the DC movie universe—does it know something we don't?
NASA and the Department of Energy are collaborating on the ambitious lunar experiment, called LuSEE-Night.
Recently filed court documents show exorbitant spending from FTX's operating entity and related hedge fund, Alameda Research.
The first rocket will carry 52 Starlink satellites, while the second Falcon 9 rocket will deliver a batch of telecommunication satellites.
One man steps up to fight the pinball ban in a new comedy exploring a bizarre chapter in arcade-game history.
Unwanted robotexting is a growing problem across the U.S., and the FCC is stepping in with new rules for the first time to protect consumers.
Who better to adopt an alternate reality that isn’t real yet?
The slowdown of streaming production across the industry was stated as a the main reason the show was put on pause–and not outright canceled as first believed.
The federal funding amounted to $3.5 million, with Rolls-Royce Holdings hoping to have the reactor ready for launch to the Moon by 2029.
These ridiculously good deals include gaming, tech, smart TVs, and even kitchen stuff.