The long winter is here, and by that we mean the agonizing wait between Seasons 7 and 8 of Game of Thrones. After HBO confirmed that Season 8 won't premiere until 2019,
The new Prince Philip has arrived.Paul Bettany is "being lined up" to play the famously gaffe-prone royal in Netflix's The Crown, Variety reported on Saturday. SEE ALSO: This Instagram post contains a major clue about the next series of 'The Crown'He would replace Matt Smith,
Apple's answer to the Amazon Echo and Google Home smart speakers, the HomePod, is almost ready for launch.After missing its release last year, the $350 smart speaker has now been approved for sale by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC),
One year after millions of demonstrators took to the streets in Women's Marches around the world, it's time for round two.And yes, everyone brought their finest signs — from the witty to the inspiring to the righteously mad.SEE ALSO:
Fiona the hippo, a celebrity, will probably not be making an appearance at her first birthday party. But that's okay. It's still a very good party.Per zoo policy, hippos are only allowed to venture outdoors in temperatures above 50 degrees.
It's an exciting time over at Hulu, land of Golden Globes and Emmys and that sweet, sweet Disney acquisition. The streaming platform continues its successful streak in 2018 with even more beloved and returning series, plus all the movies you could dream of.Here's what's coming to Hulu in February.
Trivia buffs now have a new way to prepare for games of HQ.Called Practice HQ Trivia, the recently released Android app challenges players to answer multiple choice trivia questions similar to what you might see in HQ and other quiz games. There are no timers, goofy animations,
Social media has leveled the playing field for stardom. Anyone with a smartphone and a strong will can find themselves with millions of followers, effectively turning their presence and content into a full-fledged business.
Attention is a kind of love. Except when it's directed toward your iPhone and its unending series of notifications, at which point, if you're anything like me, is nothing more than a specific kind of anxiety unto itself: "Why am I staring at this thing so much, and why's it making me feel awful?
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A booster from a Chinese rocket appears to have crash-landed and exploded after a satellite launch on Friday.According to a report from GB Times, one of four rocket boosters from a Long March 3B rocket crashed near the town of Xiangdu,
Bears have got to beat the SoCal heat somehowDuring a particularly un*bear*able (sorry) Los Angeles weekend, when temperatures hit triple digits, one black bear's remedy was to climb into a backyard pool in Sierra Madre.In the bear's defense,
New research commissioned by technology services firm Reconnix has found that 82 per cent of UK IT leaders do not believe they are fully ready to make the move to IaaS providers.Read more: http://www.itproportal.com/2014/11/11/majority-of-uk-businesses-still-wary-of-cloud-migration/