In the world of Star Wars rumors, “you will never find a more wretched hive of scum and villainy,” and the latest is a doozy.
Microsoft’s Surface line of Windows 10 PCs have mostly been marketed as premium devices. But according to a new Bloomberg report, the company is planning to bring back a good ol’ fashioned cheap Surface, most likely to get in on some of that sweet sweet iPad money Apple’s been raking in (or to give us something to buy…
Correction: Monday, one of the writers of Deadpool 2, Rhett Reese, took to Twitter to simply say these rumors are “Untrue.” He didn’t elaborate beyond that.
Today, in a story by Techcrunch’s Matthew Panzerino, Apple gave us an actual timeframe for when we’ll see its next pro-level Mac desktop. The company, clearly aware of the fact that it’s been way too long since the last desktop, also gave Panzerino a whole mess of platitudes and excuses.
Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman is reporting that Apple has plans for some AirPods updates. If you’ve held off on purchasing the little Apple earrings because of connectivity or water resistance concerns, it’s time to get excited.
Vicky Kalogera, a Northwestern University physicist, took her week of much-needed vacation in Utah this past August. She promised her family she’d stay off of email for a week. It wasn’t a real promise, of course, but she was going to try. She’d arranged the perfect day for August 17. Her husband was going to take the…
An intriguing video appeared on the Chinese social network Weibo today. It shows a man wearing one rubber glove feeding an Apple-branded device into a machine and then touching the Apple logo with his ungloved index finger. When he does, code scampers across a display at his work station. Is this our first peek at the…
In just a few weeks, “Force Friday II” begins—which means the first wave of toys based on Star Wars: The Last Jedi will hit shelves. Inevitably, that means people will start ruthlessly inspecting every toy they can find, hoping to decode clues about Episode VIII. But as you’ll see, movie merch is rarely a reliable…
If you had any doubts about Apple releasing a bezel-free iPhone in September, you can probably throw those out the window. The company just pushed out a version of the HomePod firmware, and not only does the code tell us more about how Apple’s smart speaker will work, it also offers a few clues about the next iPhone.
Last week, Nintendo dealt a crushing blow to retro gaming fans when it announced that it was discontinuing the uber-popular NES Classic Edition. We’re still not sure what Nintendo was thinking—most companies do not choose to discontinue products that get such great reviews and sell out immediately and consistently…
The Star Trek rumor mill has been full of reports that The Next Generation actor Michael Dorn would return to his Klingon roots on Star Trek: Discovery. Turns out, nope, that’s not happening. However, it sounds like he was offered a part, but turned it down after hearing how small his paycheck would be.
The Batman might have found its new director after Ben Affleck stepped down from the role. Matt Reeves is reportedly set to take over the DC flick.
A harmless gift from Bryan Cranston might just prove a long-standing rumor about Zordon’s role in the upcoming Power Rangers flick.
As easy as J.K. Rowling can conjure up a fantastic world, she just crushed another. Addressing rumors that had begun to swirl online, the author tweeted that there will not be a trilogy of movies based on the play Harry Potter and the Cursed Child.
Thanks to the wonder that is the internet, every truth comes with two lies. There were tons of rumors that circulated this year about our favorite movies, shows, and comic book franchises. Of course, tons of them turned out to be total bullshit—and sometimes, that was a real disappointment. Here are some of the year’s…
When the next iPhone arrives next year, it might come in an additional color: Red. At least, that’s the rumor according to Japanese Apple blog Macoakara. Red, people. Are you ready for a red phone?
The iPhone 7 and 7s came out just under two months ago, so you know what that means: It’s time to start speculating on next year’s iteration.
To say that George R. R. Martin’s Winds of Winter is very, very highly anticipated is putting it very, very mildly—so any micro-crumb of information regarding a release date is going to attract attention. Today’s pulse-quickening clue comes courtesy of Amazon’s French site, which has a release date for the book listed.
Rumors are flying that astronomers at the European Southern Observatory have discovered an Earth-like exoplanet in the habitable zone of Proxima Centauri, our nearest neighboring star. If confirmed, this is undeniably one of the biggest astronomical discoveries of the century.