In late August I spent to weeks traipsing through Europe—on very important work assignments in London, and taking in the local culture of Amsterdam. Being a gadget blogger, I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to completely load up my European adventure with every conceivable gadget I could possibly need. I wanted to…
The Olympus Stylus Tough TG-Tracker—terrible name aside—looks like it’s built to have rocks thrown at it. Something about the renderings the company just released scream “play with me.” Yet despite a solid reputation for rugged point-and-shoot cameras Olympus has never played in the action camera sandbox GoPro built.
A while back, I reviewed the Olympus OM-D EM-10 and came away damn near head over heels with the small, charming camera. The new Mark II version enhances nearly every aspect of the camera, but it’s still the little friend we know and love.
Believe it or not, Zoo, the show where mammals start attacking humans, is the less bloody of this week’s television series premieres. There’s also MTV’s TV adaptation of the slasher series Scream. Plus, we kick off the new seasons of Teen Wolf and Extant and wrap up season two of Penny Dreadful.
Summer TV is in full swing, and we’ve got a couple of new shows premiering this week. There’s the vigilante hacker thriller Mr. Robot and Humans, a series that explores the line between humans and their synthetic servants. Plus, Under the Dome and Falling Skies are both back for new seasons. Details ahead.
It’s a big week for summer TV with the premieres of Syfy’s new space bounty hunter show Killjoys and The Astronauts’ Wives Club, which brings us back to the early days of the space race. Plus, True Detective returns with a new existential mystery and Orphan Black’s latest season comes to a close.
The Wachowski siblings and J. Michael Straczynski’s globespanning new show Sense8 hits Netflix this week, and it has some intriguing characters. Plus, check out the pilot episode of the new scifi procedural Stitchers, and clips from the final episodes of this season of Adventure Time.
It’s a light week for television, but there are still some interesting things going on in TV land. David Duchovny heads to the 1960s with the Charles Manson-themed crime drama Aquarius. Aubrey Plaza voices a macabre little girl whose best friend is a godlord. And Halt and Catch Fire returns for a new season.
Netflix’s new series Between premieres this week, following a town full of kids who have no adults around and no way to escape to the outside world. Plus, we’ve got a clip of Wells revealing his motives to Barry on The Flash season finale and a look inside Supernatural’s season finale as well.
M. Night Shyamalan launches us into a new mysterious town with his series Wayward Pines — and it might not be completely awful. HBO’s latest true crime documentary asks: should we arrest a man for talking about planning to commit a crime? Plus, we’ve got the season finales of Arrow, Grimm, The Vampire Diaries, and …
Grodd lives in this week’s episode of The Flash, and the talking gorilla could end up putting Barry’s friends through the wringer. Plus, Person of Interest and Gotham’s seasons come to a close, and the villains of Once Upon a Time get their happy ending — but for how long?
The miniseries based on JK Rowling’s The Casual Vacancy arrives this week, as does the premiere of Penny Dreadful’s second season. Plus, get ready for the season finales of Powers and The Last Man on Earth, and see what’s ahead for The Flash, Arrow, Game of Thrones, and more.
We’ve been giggling about Sigma’s huge, 35 pound 200-500mm lens for years, mostly because the preposterous glass looks like rocket launcher that could be used to take down an airplane. This clever hack from Digital Camera Watch in Japan leverages the humorous resemblance between long lenses weapons to a useful end.
Olympus’ 5-axis image stabilization is some of the best out there. The system allows you to usable shoot images in conditions where the results would horribly shaky. This video captures a view of what the sshake-free guts look like under the hood. It’s hypnotizing.
Yes, Mark Hamill is back in his second most iconic DC role in this week's The Flash. Will Syfy's Greek mythology show Olympus be cheesy fun or just plain terrible? Plus, Outlander's back from its honeymoon, Archer finishes up its season finale, and Steven Universe crosses over with Uncle Grandpa.
If you're a lover of Greek mythology like me, you've been constantly disappointed whenever anybody tries to depict Zeus, Hercules or their ilk on screen, because these movies and TV shows are always terrible. Based on this first trailer, Syfy's Olympus does not appear to be an exception.
Gal Gadot talks about Wonder Woman in Dawn of Justice, while The Rock talks Black Adam and Justice League. The X-Files' return may have taken an important step forward. Plus what's to come on Grimm, Agents of SHIELD, and Orphan Black. Spoilers, ho!
Beautiful retro design. Pro-level controls. So small. The Olympus OM-D E-M5 was the mirrorless camera for discerning photographers. Three years later, it's finally getting a update in the form of the new E-M5 Mark II. It provides some welcome improvements in feel and operation, plus a flashy trick or two. Is that…
One of the main stars of Arrow could be gone soon. Chris Evans and Jeremy Renner dish details from the set of Age of Ultron. Hugh Jackman talks about the chance for even more superhero crossovers. Fox has found its Frankenstein monster. Plus, hints for Orphan Black and Supergirl. To Me, My Spoilers!
Gary Whitta talks about writing for Star Wars, plus more about the possible 23 Jump Street/Men in Black crossover. Bridget Regan discusses a Peggy/Dottie showdown on Agent Carter. Plus, a better look at Daredevil's costume, and sneak peeks of Cinderella, The Walking Dead and Arrow. Spoilers!