Tuesday night's Colbert Report dove into the contentious world of state politics. Specifically, Pennsylvania's House of Representatives, where whether or not it's legal to eat pets is a hot topic.Recently,
There have been brands that rebranded themselves and celebrities that have changed their images. But what about an entertainer whose brand is based on an exaggerated version of himself?That's the unique branding dilemma facing Stephen Colbert and CBS. Colbert,
Stephen Colbert's Comedy Central sign-off has been officially setThe host announced Thursday night that the final episode of The Colbert Report will air Dec. 18, 2014, bringing to an end his almost decade-long run on the network.See also:
Breaking: The new Colbert feels a lot like the old Colbert — and that's a good thingNever was that more apparent than during this absurdist bit from Colbert's very first Late Show, which seemed to announce the role he'll be playing in the network talk show landscape.
Amazon is messing with the wrong guy.A few days after best-selling author Malcolm Gladwell came out against the online retailer for raising prices and delaying shipments of his books because of a dispute with publisher Hachette, Colbert has done the same. Colbert's plaint, however, is funnier.
There's a new guy on the broadcast late-night block, and he's kinda weirdThank God.See also: 11 Times We've Seen the Real Stephen ColbertAnyone who knew Stephen Colbert before he took over The Late Show was probably hoping for exactly what the former Colbert Report host gave them Tuesday night:
Fake Stephen Colbert — that patriotic supporter of the free markets — would love the "real" Stephen Colbert's devotion to capitalism.During his debut Tuesday as host of the Late Show on CBS, Colbert gave the audience a tour of his new studio including a Captain America shield,
As The Colbert Report winds to a close in its 10th season, we'd like to take some time to appreciate one of the show's best and funniest segments, "Better Know a District."The bit,
Stephen Colbert, meet Smaug the Mighty.The Colbert Report host welcomed special guest and enormous, fire-breathing fictional dragon Smaug to his program on Dec. 11.See also:
Stephen Colbert has won television, according to Stephen ColbertAfter nearly nine years hosting The Colbert Report, he is moving on to greener pastures — also know as network television.Colbert dropped by The Daily Show with Jon Stewart to officially "announce" the end of The Colbert Report,
You can kick and scream, America, but Stephen Colbert's character from The Colbert Report will be dead and gone come FridayThe final episode of The Colbert Report airs Thursday, and although the real Stephen Colbert will grace our screens as the new host of the Late Show, replacing David Letterman,
This article contains spoilers in abundance. If you haven't watched the Game of Thrones finale yet, look away now. It feels good to be right. So it must feel pretty wonderful right now to be Gwendoline Christie, who successfully predicted the ending of Game of Thrones a whopping TWO WHOLE YEARS AGO.
Has your desktop had its days? If you are looking for an upgrade, we have found a great deal on a Dell XSP Tower. It retails for $1000, but there is currently a $300 off coupon making it only $699.99 which is a steal, you'll be silly to pass up the offer.
Still filling in passwords manually? Is your fallback password still "PASSWORD" or "NOTMYPASSWORD"? That's basically irrefutable proof you should get a password manager. And if you're simply using iCloud Keychain's basic functionality (and finding it less than helpful), we stand by that statement.
Here's a toughie: What do a coffee-making robot, a GIF-printing camera, a smartwatch that runs Windows 98, and "Furlexa" — that is, a Furby equipped with Amazon's Alexa virtual assistant — have in common?The answer, dear reader, is this: They've all been brought to life on Raspberry Pi,
Game of Thrones is done and dusted, wrapping up its polarising eighth and final season with an equally debated finale.While many have criticised the final episode of the beloved HBO series, there are some who have jumped to defend it.
Google has revealed it had left some business users' passwords exposed in plain text.In a blog post on Tuesday, the tech giant said it had discovered the issue in Google's popular enterprise product, G Suite, back in January. When stored in a system,
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The metadata of Australians is proposed to be stored by telecommunication companies and internet service providers for two years, under new legislation introduced to Parliament by the Australian government.On Thursday morning, mandatory data-retention legislation,
Talk about #TrueDetectiveSeason2! Talk about a match made in bizarro heaven! Talk about a World Series subplot!For the second straight night,
The documentary Citizenfour, which debuted to a limited release on Friday, offers the closest look yet at Edward Snowden, the whistleblower who exposed the National Security Agency spying scandal. In the film,
Samsung has a new teaser out for its “Next Galaxy,” which will be unveiled February 24 at an event during MWC in Barcelona. The short video, which clocks in at just over 35 seconds,
Samsung Electronics issued an official apology for the first time and promised today to compensate the families of semiconductor workers who suffered illnesses that may have been related to factory conditions. Read More
Founded in 2006 when Anthony Eskinazi was just 23 years old, ParkatmyHouse seemed ever so slightly crazy at the time. Who would rent out their unused private drive way or church car park over the Internet? It turned out plenty of people would,
A new study (abstract) described in the L.A. Times suggests that "just 10 differences on one particular strand of human DNA lying near a brain-development gene could have been instrumental in the explosive growth in the human neocortex." The DNA region, containing just 1,200 base pairs,