Dressed up as his Solo: A Star Wars Story character, Glover mocks the lack of diversity in space movies and sings about intergalactic love.
An anonymous reader shares a report: To see the storm that online video game “Fortnite” has unleashed on the world, just visit Jett Sacher in Brooklyn. The 13-year-old spends an hour or two every day on the game with his friends and is not afraid to spend his pocket money on it – bit by […]
Enlarge Ever since Activision removed dedicated server support from Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 back in 2009 (leading to a largely ineffectual attempted boycott from PC players), the popular series has had something of a reputation as a franchise focused first on console players and second on afterthought PC ports. That’s especially true when […]
Commentary: The fashion designer and rapper claims it’s the “funnest” car he’s ever driven.
In Menlo Park, Calif., Facebook is building a real community and testing the proposition: Do people love tech companies so much they will live inside them? From a report: Willow Village will be wedged between the Menlo Park neighborhood of Belle Haven and the city of East Palo Alto, both heavily Hispanic communities that are […]
The smartphone industry has a culprit to blame for slumping sales: Its old devices remain too popular. From a report: Flashy phones of yesteryear, particularly Apple’s iPhones and Samsung’s Galaxy S handsets, are getting refurbished, and U.S. consumers are snapping them up. Many shoppers are balking at price tags for new phones pushing $1,000, and […]
Lovebirds get digital doo-dads like streamlined access to heart-eye emoji and priority placement on each others’ contacts lists.
While you indulge in getting up cozy to watch movies at home, play some VR games or stare into each other’s eyes, what you also need is to keep this entertainment alive at all times. What better than to pick from a carefully curated list of something stylish and chic gifts for your partner. So […]
Enlarge / The Settings app is gaining new powers to control your PC’s settings. (credit: Thurrott.com) The Windows user interface has a certain archaeological quality to it. While the upper layers tend to be new—using the styling and conventions of the day—dig a little deeper and you can find elements that are decades old. With […]