Ava DuVernay might have turned down the offer to direct Marvel's Black Panther, but that doesn't mean the Selma director has necessarily turned her back on big summer movies. According to The Hollywood Reporter, DuVernay is being offered the chance to direct Intelligent Life, a "sci-fi thriller" about a UN worker that falls in love with an alien, to be produced by Steven Spielberg's Amblin Entertainment.
Continuing the company's quest to own all aspects of retail and customer service, Amazon has just launched a sommelier service in Japan to help give wine-buying advice over the phone.
The latest tvOS beta issued to developers on Monday has introduced a long awaited feature to the new Apple TV: voice dictation.
Years before fans said George Lucas ruined Star Wars with The Phantom Menace, they were berating him for ruining Star Wars in a whole different way — with Special Editions of Episodes IV, V, and VI that infamously added unnecessary CGI, changed dialogue, and reworked entire scenes.
The running joke back in 2005 when the PSP came out went something like this: "you've bought the most powerful video game console ever created, and you're playing a 2D Tetris rip-off?
Lego is perhaps the greatest toy in the world. You can build anything you can imagine, whether that's a castle, a city, a mountain, or, in the case of this incredible video, an automatic paper airplane machine.
Remember when you proudly watched the Super Bowl just for the commercials? The 1990s were an advertising heyday for Budweiser, Pepsi, and a handful of forgotten dot com companies, all of whom jockeyed to win the nation's approval with trippy short films featuring talky animals and unshakeable catch phrases.
1Password is getting an update today that a lot of Android users have been waiting for. The app has been given a much more attractive look that's in line with Google's Material Design style, and — perhaps more importantly — it now supports using a fingerprint scanner to log in.
Samsung's next major smartphone, the Galaxy S7, is mere weeks from being unveiled at Mobile World Congress.
2015 was a big year for the popularity of space. So perhaps you'll forgive NASA if the space agency wants to capitalize on that momentum with some stellar new artwork.
The NSA is creating a Directorate of Operations over the coming months to fuse together its offensive and defensive cybersecurity teams, according to a speech given at the agency today.
Verizon appears closer to scooping up Yahoo, a move that would place an even larger slice of the internet under the internet provider's umbrella.
Sundar Pichai is having a better February than you are. The Google CEO was awarded over 270,000 shares of restricted stock — currently worth $199 million — last week, according to a Google SEC filing unearthed by Bloomberg.
This morning, the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India effectively banned Facebook's Free Basics program from the country, ruling that the system and others like it violate the principles of net neutrality.
The sight of a cockroach on the run may strike fear into your heart, but what if it were running to save you?
Indian officials claim that a man was killed by a meteorite strike on a college campus in the southern state of Tamil Nadu over the weekend.
Kickstarter hit a big milestone overnight: the successful funding of a 100,000th campaign. It's taken Kickstarter nearly seven years to reach 100,000 funded projects, but the rate at which projects are being funded is much faster than it used to be.
The Verge likes The Slow Mo Guys, but we can't endorse their latest video, in which one man unleashes the full wrath of a mousetrap upon his vulnerable tongue.
Joel and Ethan Coen have never bothered pinning themselves to a single genre, nor have they been afraid of wearing their love for Hollywood itself on their collective sleeve — but their latest film Hail, Caesar!
After testing the feature on both Android and iOS in recent months, Instagram today announced that it's officially launching multi-account support inside the photo sharing social app.