(Paramount Pictures) Does Scorsese’s would-be masterpiece glorify greed and debauchery or attack them? And how do we know for sure? Andrew O'Hehir January 4, 2014 5:00pm (UTC) Here we are again: How does
Pre-orders for the first expansion to Europa Universalis 4 titled "Conquest of Paradise" are now open, publisher Paradox Interactive announced today, revealing that the expansion will launch Jan. 14 for
Wikipad, the company behind the 7-inch Android tablet of the same name, is working on a detachable gamepad for mobile devices called the Gamevice, the company announced today. The Gamevice brings controls
In the future envisioned by Ubisoft’s unreleased open world game Watch Dogs, the city is tracking you. A massive piece of software, called the ctOS, makes every intersection, every police cruiser and camera
Plenty of controversy hounded the video game industry in 2013, though I’m not sure any of it was quite as hot-blooded as the controversies we saw the year prior. (I’m looking at you BioWare.) Still, there
Sony's commitment to franchises and developers of "new things and creative things" is an attribute that Microsoft Studios corporate vice president Phil Spencer admires, according to a recent interview
As the new year arrives, many of us are greeting it with shiny new gadgets, courtesy of the holiday season. And one in particular has been a noteworthy hit—Google’s Chromecast streaming device, which still
An advertising and marking blitz that had been delayed launches this week as states and the U.S. government brace for a rush of uninsured Americans to sign up for health coverage under the Affordable Act.
Who could forget, back in 2009, the launch of the "Best Job in the World"? The campaign by Tourism Queensland generated global interest in the Sunshine State and the role of park ranger and "caretaker"
At the center of this week's confusing thicket of news and outrage surrounding YouTube video game copyright sweep is a very simple issue. It's about freedom-of expression and the ability of critics, commentators
China successfully carried out the world's first soft landing of a space probe on the moon in nearly four decades, the country's state media announced on Saturday. The touchdown of the unmanned Chang'e
China, whose lunar ambitions have only expanded in the last few years, has finally joined the United States and Russia in successfully landing a spacecraft on the Moon. The country's Chang'e-3 unmanned
The most salient aspect of technology is its power to disrupt. The important innovations are the ones that change our world so profoundly that the previous order becomes not only untenable, but unthinkable.
Leave it to the fashion world to find flaws in Jennifer Lawrence's appearance. A GIF circulating the blogosphere has caused a June 2011 Flare magazine cover of the actress to resurface, bringing the gratuitous
China has condemned Shinzo Abe, the Japanese prime minister, for "maliciously slandering" its self-proclaimed air defence zone, ratcheting up the war of words between the neighbours over Beijing's annexation
It happened last year for the first time: bot traffic eclipsed human traffic, according to the bot-trackers at Incapsula. This year, Incapsula says 61.5% of traffic on the web is non-human. Now, you might
Ever dropped your smartphone down the loo? Last year, 900,000 people did just that, according to gadget site Gizmodo. But water-damaged phones will soon be a thing of the past. Oliver Murphy, a 20-year-old
Twitch bans streams of Sony's augmented reality game after sexual abuse and threats to children The stars of Sony's The Playroom are meant to be its robots. Small, white, and cute, they jump and wiggle