Date: Tuesday, 15 Mar 2011 11:00
Marvel Comics writer Mary H. K. Choi says special effects don't make movie fight scenes better -- stakes and believability do.
Date: Monday, 07 Feb 2011 21:51
Axe Cop, the crime-fighter who takes on random evil forces in the hit webcomic of the same name, comes to life in a fan video that stays startlingly true to the source material.
Date: Monday, 24 Jan 2011 12:00
The arrival of free online video may turn out to be just as significant a media development as the arrival of print.
Date: Wednesday, 19 Jan 2011 16:23
Nintendo 3DS will cost $250 when it launches on March 27 in the United States, the company announces.
Date: Thursday, 06 Jan 2011 12:00
Date: Monday, 03 Jan 2011 23:25
Working out their own variation on the politically charged sci-fi subgenre pioneered by District 9, filmmakers David Gidali and Itay Gross inject a dark dose of civilian paranoia into an Israeli setting with their striking new short film, Secular Quarter #3.
Date: Tuesday, 21 Dec 2010 12:00
These visually intoxicating fractal animations, known as Electric Sheep, were created by a screensaver program that harnesses the power of many computers to create abstract art.
Date: Monday, 20 Dec 2010 12:00
Stephania Bell was your run-of-the-mill fantasy football fan. Now she's ESPN's official fantasy-sports injuries analyst.
Date: Thursday, 09 Dec 2010 21:05
The Hellboy publisher's upcoming e-comics reader will work on any smartphone or computer. An added bonus: By handling sales through Dark Horse's web store rather than Apple's payment channel, the publisher gains flexibility while keeping prices at $1.50 an issue.
Date: Wednesday, 01 Dec 2010 12:00
Comics Pipeline, a new web offering that connects comic book creators with fans, looks to combine Netflix-style pricing with the power of social networking.
Date: Thursday, 28 Oct 2010 01:54
Geo-locative troublemakers at SCVNGR have unleashed a ghoulish apocalypse on poor, unsuspecting smartphone users. What will you do to guard yourself from infection this Halloween season?
Date: Tuesday, 17 Aug 2010 13:00
Two decades after its inception, the World Wide Web is in decline, having been eclipsed by simpler, sleeker services. Chris Anderson and Michael Wolff explain what happened and why.
Date: Tuesday, 17 Aug 2010 13:00
We asked Tim O'Reilly and John Battelle, the creators of the Web 2.0 conferences, to debate the issues raised in our Web RIP cover package. Over a number of days, Tim and John traded e-mails with Chris Anderson, Wired magazine's editor in chief and the author of one of the two cover stories. Surprisingly, Tim agreed that the web could be seen as an "adolescent" phase of the internet's evolution, and we are seeing a shift towards a more closed phase in the networked age's cycles. John, however, was having none of it ...
Date: Wednesday, 28 Jul 2010 21:45
A storm of Star Wars-themed jokes hit Twitter, mimicking WikiLeaks' recent disclosure of U.S. military memos. Only this stuff is funny. Greg "Storm" DiCostanzo shares techniques that helped the #wookieeleaks hashtag take off.
Date: Friday, 16 Jul 2010 00:00
Why waste time and money pursuing a degree from an old-fashioned academic institution? Dive into the bold future with a quick, easy and unbelievably inexpensive accreditation process. You'll be shrinking heads and calling out jerks in no time.
Date: Tuesday, 13 Jul 2010 04:00
When you celebrate yourself on Twitter, Facebook or the like, are you a willing participant in a brave new social future, or are you just a brazen jerk?
Date: Thursday, 01 Jul 2010 23:40
The biggest bike race in the world, the Tour de France, starts on Saturday in Rotterdam. Le Grand Boucle continues for the next three weeks, cutting through the mountains and valleys of France, Holland and Belgium. Don't miss a single stage by finding streaming video, real-time news tickers, Twitter updates and the latest headlines on the web.
Date: Friday, 25 Jun 2010 21:40
Hulu edges ever closer to an service that will finally allow more TV viewers to stop paying for cable/satellite broadcasting. CBS, Viacom and Time Warner are in talks to join Hulu, just as reports surface of a $10/month 'Hulu Plus' that would offer a wider range of content.
Date: Friday, 18 Jun 2010 23:00
One TV broadcaster is using advanced audio technology to excise the sound of zuvuzela horns from World Cup matches, and others are considering doing the same. Should they? Vote in our poll.
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Date: Friday, 11 Jun 2010 19:45
Classics from the '80s resurface in the cineplexes, as The A-Team dukes it out against The Karate Kid. See trailers and read reviews of current releases.
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