Being a child of the 80s and 90s, it doesn’t take very much for me to get excited about anything related to the Turtles. That said, as much love as I have for the quartet, the characters I find myself most fond of are the colorful, bombastic villains that they came across on their adventures.
Call me crazy, but I’m convinced that humanity only has another ten years, if that, before the prophecy of the “Terminator” film franchise is partially fulfilled and the machines rise up to destroy us all.
September was a big month for tech gadgets, with three major announcements about new hardware within the span of two weeks. Amazon announced its next incarnations of the Kindle Fire, Kindle HD, and Paperwhite. Apple unveiled the fifth incarnation of what has become its signature product, the iPhone 5. Last out of the gate was Nintendo, who...
The battle is on! One of the clearest dividing lines in the 2012 President campaign comes when examining each candidate’s use of tech and social media. Let's do this!
Yes! It's finally here, people. Apple just wrapped up talk on the iPhone 5. Here's a quick bullet-point summary.
It’s been an exciting, at times tumultuous, two weeks for tech fans and Amazon, producers of the popular Kindle tablet.
The internet has done it again, and by "it" I mean "started a petition to get people to include Betty White in their plans." This time around, it's trying to get her to speak at this week's Democratic National Convention. It worked (kind of) with "Saturday Night Live," but probably won't here. Elected politicians are much less beholden to the...
One of the things that amazes me is how quickly technology can become a dated reference. I first started noticing it with my nieces, but even friends of mine who are just two or three years younger will hear me talk about tech that used to be an everyday part of my life and look at me like I was speaking an alien language.
On the latest edition of All Access Weekly, our host Katie Linendoll will be joined by Fabien Cousteau. Cousteau is a famed filmmaker, explorer, and grandson of the legendary Jacques Cousteau.
Folks, it’s finally happened. Okay, so we’re not talking a three-day festival attended by Hollywood bigwigs, producers, and the Roger Eberts of the world. It’s only an hour and it’s in Minneapolis, but it’s happening. And it’ll likely be the first of many, because we can’t seem to get enough of videos and pictures of cats talking in...