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22 Jul 01:09

We Will Meet "The Man in the High Castle" in Season 2

by Matt Fowler

The cast and creators of Amazon's The Man in the High Castle appeared at Comic-Con today to answer questions from fans and to tease the upcoming Season 2 - including a promise from executive producer Isa Dick Hackett that we'll come face to face with the elusive, rabble-rousing Man in the High Castle.

"We are shooting episode seven right now," she told the crowd on hand, "out of ten. And all I can say is that we'll meet the Man in the High Castle this season."

The first season was based on the award-winning alternate history novel her father, Philip K. Dick, wrote. But even still, it was a loose adaptation. "The series doesn't follow the same narrative progression as the book and it's sort of jumped around," she said. "It's always been more of a spiritual guide, and it will continue to be so going forward. Though there were things from the book that we didn't get to in Season 1 that we'll now get to in the second season."

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22 Jul 01:55

Daredevil Season 3 Confirmed

by Andrew Goldfarb

During a Luke Cage panel at San Diego Comic-Con tonight, Marvel announced that Daredevil will return to Netflix for season three.

Netflix confirmed the news on Twitter along with a short teaser showing off the sign for the Hell's Kitchen subway station splattered with blood.

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22 Jul 22:56

Ghost Rider Joining Agents of SHIELD Confirmed

by Matt Fowler

During a panel at San Diego Comic-Con today, Ghost Rider was confirmed to appear in Season 4 of Marvel's Agents of SHIELD.

Following the panel, Marvel confirmed that this will be the Robbie Reyes version of the character, played by Gabriel Luna (True Detective, Matador).

Marvel TV head Jeph Loeb said season four will be the "biggest, most ambitious story yet" and that the introduction of Ghost Rider will "change everything."

The official Agents of SHIELD Twitter showed off the SHIELD logo surrounded by flaming chains, seen below:

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23 Jul 19:19

First Wonder Woman Trailer Released

by Jonathon Dornbush

The first official trailer for Wonder Woman was revealed during the Warner Bros. San Diego Comic-Con panel, featuring Gal Gadot in the hero's first solo film.

The trailer showcases Wonder Woman briefly both at home in Themyscira and her time on the battlefield of World War I.

Gadot appears as both Diana Prince and in her full Wonder Woman outfit, which was previously showcased in photos released earlier this month. The trailer heavily features Wonder Woman in the midst of combat, on horseback, on the battlefield, and indoors. Wielding her sword, her shield, and her Lasso of Truth, the Amazonian lends her powers to stopping the world war after she learns of it when Steve Trevor (Chris Pine) appears in her home of Themyscira.

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23 Jul 19:33

First Photo, Trailer of the Justice League Revealed

by Chloi Rad

The first official Justice League photo and trailer were revealed during the Warner Bros. panel at San Diego Comic-Con today.


From left to right, the photo shows The Flash, Superman, Cyborg, Wonder Woman, Batman, and Aquaman, played by Ezra Miller, Henry Cavill, Ray Fisher, Gal Gadot, Ben Affleck, and Jason Momoa respectively.

Warner Bros. also showed off footage of the Justice League in the trailer below.

The Justice League movie, directed by Zack Snyder and written by Batman v Superman's Chris Terrio, is set to hit theaters on November 17, 2017.

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23 Jul 23:30

Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency Premiere Date Revealed

by Jonathon Dornbush

Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency, an adaptation of Douglas Adams' novels, will debut on Oct. 22 on BBC America, it was revealed during the show's San Diego Comic-Con panel.

Executive produced by Max Landis and showrunner Robert Cooper, Dirk Gently stars Samuel Barnett as the titular detective, Elijah Wood as resistant assistant Todd.

During the panel, a first-look teaser was also released for the upcoming series, offering a tease of the show's first season, including Todd's insistence that he not become the Watson to Dirk's Sherlock in the course of their investigations.

The eight-episode season will focus around a single mystery — the murder of a millionaire — as Dirk and Todd encounter the supernatural and the bizarre during their investigation. The series was greenlit by BBC America earlier this year.

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24 Jul 00:34

First The Flash Season 3 Trailer Debuts

by Jonathon Dornbush

Dr. Alchemy will be one of The Flash's primary villains in season 3, the first trailer for the upcoming season reveals.

The footage, debuted during the show's San Diego Comic-Con panel, shows Barry dealing with the repercussions of his actions in the season 2 finale. Having completely altered the timeline, Barry returns to present day to find a completely different world than the one he left. Cisco is the richest man in America, Barry's parents are still happily married, and Iris has no idea who he is.

The trailer also teases one of the season's big bads, Dr. Alchemy. Another speedster can be glimpsed in the trailer, however, as can Kid Flash.

During IGN's San Diego Comic-Con livestream, The Flash star Grant Gustin revealed that the show's take on the comic book storyline Flashpoint won't likely last as long as many fans are expecting. Additionally, the Legends of Tomorrow panel revealed that villains from The Flash and Arrow will appear in the second season.

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24 Jul 00:00

The Flash, Arrow Villains Will Form Legion of Doom on Legends of Tomorrow

by Andrew Goldfarb

During the Legends of Tomorrow panel at San Diego Comic-Con today, new heroes and villains were revealed for season two.

Familiar faces from The CW’s Arrow and Flash will make up the Legion of Doom, including John Barrowman as Malcolm Merlyn, Wentworth Miller as Captain Cold, Neal McDonough as Damien Darhk, and Matt Letscher as Reverse Flash, all reprising their respective roles.

Patrick J. Adams will return as Rex Tyler (Hourman), following his introduction in the season one finale. Hourman will be a part of the Justice Society of America, and other JSA members will include Obsidian, Stargirl and Dr. Mid-Nite, all of whom have yet to be cast.

Also at the panel, The CW confirmed that Stephen Amell will appear in the premiere of season two, once again playing Oliver Queen from Arrow, and that Jonah Hex will return this season.

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24 Jul 01:09

Black Panther Begins Filming in January, Cast Details Revealed

by Vince Ingenito

Marvel Studios' standalone Black Panther will begin filming in January, according to an announcement made at the Marvel Studios panel today at San Diego Comic-Con 2016.

Ryan Penagos, VP of Marvel Digital Media confirmed as much on his Twitter account.

That wasn't all though; producer Kevin Feige also brought out several more cast members, revealing some of them for the first time. Lupita Nyong’o will play the role of Nakia (a character fans will know by the alias Malice), Danai Gurira is in as Okoye. and finally, Michael B. Jordan, will play Erik Killmonger. That last one isn't really a surprise though, as the Creed actor had already confirmed his casting in June

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24 Jul 02:09

Brie Larson Confirmed as Captain Marvel

by Andrew Goldfarb

During the Marvel Studios Comic-Con panel tonight, Brie Larson was confirmed as Captain Marvel.

Marvel confirmed the news on Twitter, along with a first look at the film's logo:


Larson’s casting follows rumors from earlier this year that she was in talks for the role.

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21 Jul 18:33

Edward Snowden designed an iPhone case to prevent wireless snooping

by Alex Gilyadov
Edward Snowden is still trying to combat smartphone radio surveillance three years after spilling the NSA's secrets. With help from hacker Andrew "Bunnie" Huang, Snowden presented on Thursday designs at the MIT Media Lab for a case-like add-on device...
21 Jul 21:19

Police get dead man's finger 3D-printed to unlock his phone

by David Lumb
Michigan State University professor Anil Jain's work focuses on how to make biometric signifiers like facial recognition as difficult to hack into as possible. But when police approached him to break into someone's phone, they didn't want backdoor ac...
22 Jul 03:55

Move Over GTX 1080, There’s A New Titan X In Town

When Nvidia revealed the GTX 1080 in early May, the company declared the GTX 1080 as “a new king.” Well, that reign didn’t last long. The king is dead, long live the king!
21 Jul 11:16

Apple and Facebook helped bust the world's biggest torrent site

by Matt Brian
When you're the owner of the world's biggest torrent-sharing site, the last thing you'd expect to land you in trouble would be a totally legitimate (and legal) purchase via iTunes. But that's what happened to 30-year-old Ukrainian Artem Vaulin a.k.a...
20 Jul 18:00

Rumor: The CW’s ‘Supergirl’ May be Getting a Batwoman

by Jacob Hall

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Supergirl has been keeping busy ever since it was cancelled by CBS and revived by The CW, where it will be allowed to freely crossover with the likes of Arrow, The Flash, and Legends of Tomorrow. In other words, it may very well be where it should have been in the first place. Since swapping networks, the series has added a Superman, cast a former Wonder Woman as the President of the United States, and added The Family star Floriana Lima as a regular.

It’s that last bit that drives this newest rumor about the series and it has everything to do with who Lima is playing: police detective Maggie Sawyer, a cop who has, in recent years, been in a relationship with the superhero known as Batwoman.

Anyway, the rumor is that Batwoman may pop up on Supergirl, adding additional girl power to a series already overflowing with it.

This rumor originated at Bleeding Cool and it should be taken with a heap of salt, especially since anyone with a basic knowledge of modern DC comics could look at Lima’s casting and immediately assume that a Batwoman appearance could be in the cards.

But here’s what the comic book layperson needs to know, boiled down the essentials. Maggie Sawyer was initially introduced in the pages of Superman in 1987 by John Byrne as a police officer working for the Metropolis P.D. She was soon revealed to be a lesbian, making her one of the first gay characters in mainstream superhero comics. She eventually transferred to Gotham and struck up a relationship with Kate Kane, a social butterfly with the weird habit of dressing up in black body armor and defending Gotham by night as Batwoman.

Kate Kane has a far more complicated history (and that’s before you get to the fact that she is one of several Batwomen to have emerged over the years), but the basic gist is that she was a trainee kicked out of the United States Military Academy for refusing to hide her homosexuality. She decides to put her skills to good use after she fights off a band of muggers before a t00-late Batman comes to her aid. Her relationship with the Dark Knight himself has been a little complex over the years, although they’ve since reached a mutual understanding and Kate has found her position within the extended Bat-family.

To many modern fans, Maggie and Kate essentially go hand-in-hand, which means that Maggie showing up on Supergirl surely suggests that Batwoman won’t be far behind. Bleeding Cool claims that this announcement will be made at this year’s Comic-Con, so keep your eyes and ears open. This could be a very cool development for the small screen DC universe.

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20 Jul 13:14

TEMPLE OF THE DOG To Reunite For U.S. Tour Dates In November

TEMPLE OF THE DOG — the Seattle supergroup featuring SOUNDGARDEN's Chris Cornell, PEARL JAM's Jeff Ament, Stone Gossard and Mike McCready, and drummer Matt Cameron (who plays drums with both SOUNDGARDEN and PEARL JAM) — has reunited and will tour for the first time ever since forming in 1990. The band will play five cities, Philadelphia, New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles, and Seattle, in November. A special ticket pre-sale for fans signed up to the Ten Club, SOUNDGARDEN and Chris Cornell email lists begins immediately and runs through July 27. Tickets will go on sale to the general public on Friday, July 29t at 12:00 p.m. local time. $1.50 from each ticket sold will benefit the Chris And Vicky Cornell Foundation and an additional $1.50 will benefit PEARL JAM's Vitalogy Foundation. The tour marks the 25th anniversary of the release of TEMPLE OF THE DOG's first and only album, a self-titled set that was released by A&M Records on April 16, 1991. "We wanted to do the one thing we never got to do … play shows and see what it feels like to be the band that we walked away from 25 years ago," Cornell says of the 2016 tour. On September 30, UMe will release a special TEMPLE OF THE DOG 25th anniversary reissue collection of their landmark album, newly mixed by Brendan O'Brien. The collection will be available in four configurations, including a four disc Super Deluxe, a double LP, a two CD Deluxe, and a single CD. Physical pre-orders are available today along with a detailed list of the contents of each configuration here. TEMPLE OF THE DOG came together from the ashes of MOTHER LOVE BONE following the death from a drug overdose of its frontman Andrew Wood, Cornell's close friend and roommate. Cornell wrote future TEMPLE OF THE DOG songs "Say Hello 2 Heaven" and "Reach Down" to help process his grief, "but the songs didn't have any destination," he says. "I was compelled to write them and there they were – written in a vacuum as a tribute to Andy. My thought was that maybe I could record these songs with the remaining members of MOTHER LOVE BONE and that maybe we could release them as a tribute." MOTHER LOVE BONE's Gossard and Ament began playing with McCready, and they brought in SOUNDGARDEN's Cameron to drum on demos. Because this was a collaboration, and a tribute, there was no commercial expectation for the TEMPLE OF THE DOG album. It would be, Gossard would later observe, "the easiest and most beautiful record that we've ever been involved with." Adds Cornell: "TEMPLE was about making an album simply for the joy of doing it. We weren't concerned what anyone outside of our group of friends would think of it. It was the first and maybe only stress-free album that we all made." Gossard, Ament and McCready were also simultaneously forming a new band, which more than six months later would be known as PEARL JAM. A singer from San Diego named Eddie Vedder, who was vying to lead the project, came into the studio to sing background vocals on three of the TEMPLE songs. When Cornell thought another song, "Hunger Strike", needed a duet, Vedder was enlisted. "Hunger Strike" became a hit single, peaking at No. 4 on Billboard's Mainstream Rock Tracks chart. TEMPLE OF THE DOG performed live only a handful of times, most notably in Seattle, in November and December of 1990. Those shows have become some of the most legendary Seattle concerts of all-time. Their 2016 shows mark the first time the band has ever toured. (Cornell joined PEARL JAM in 2014 at the Bridge School show and for two nights at PJ20 in Alpine Valley, WI, and the TEMPLE lineup played "Reach Down" and "Call Me A Dog" at Seattle's Benaroya Hall in January 2015.) "This is something no one has ever seen," Cornell says of the official reunion. "We wanted to stop and recognize that we did this and pay homage." TEMPLE OF THE DOG's upcoming tour dates are as follows: Nov. 04 - Philadelphia, PA - Tower Theater Nov. 07 - New York, NY - Madison Square Garden Nov. 11 - San Francisco, CA - Bill Graham Civic Center Nov. 14 - Los Angeles, CA - The Forum Nov. 20 - Seattle, WA - Paramount Theater
20 Jul 13:53

Life is Strange's first episode will be free for all on July 21

by Daniel Perez

This is a great game/point-and-click/adventure/interactive movie

Square Enix and Dontnod Entertainment have announced the first episode of its award-winning Life is Strange will be available for free across all platforms.

Life is Strange Episode 1: Chrysalis will be available for free on PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, PC, and Mac starting on July 21 indefinitely.

“Life is strange has been an incredible success for Square Enix and the response we’ve had from players so far has been incredible,” Dontnod Entertainment shared in a post on PlayStation.Blog. “We’ve loved interacting with our wonderful, fast growing and engaged community and have already shared a host of gaming awards including a PEABODY and a BAFTA for best story with them. The release of this first episode for free and in turn seeing so many more people begin their journey into Arcadia Bay is something we’ve therefore really been looking forward to.”

We really enjoyed our time with Life is Strange and we recommend anyone who has been the least bit interested in the game to try out the first episode. If you’ve already played through Life is Strange, be sure to check out our interview with its co-director where we discuss its endings, production, and answer a few of our questions from Chatty.

19 Jul 22:00

Discovering California Through Pokemon Go

by Cassidee Moser

After six months, I finally know where the post office is.

It’s located near a very old building in downtown Berkeley and has a very ornate design evocative of European architecture. As I’m standing on the sidewalk, I take a second and look at it, actually giving it a bit of time before turning and walking down the street.

It’s not something I normally care about, but today, there’s an exception. I’m looking for Pokemon, and the little monsters seem particularly drawn to public places of interest like these old buildings.

Pokemon Go has become an absolute phenomenon, drawing in players from virtually every demographic available today. Little kids line the streets alongside students and fully-grown adults, all of them searching for more Pokemon to capture, Poke Stops to be pillaged, and gyms to be challenged.

It’s been a weirdly unifying experience for so many, bringing together people and uniting them in a meaningful--albeit entertaining--way.

But even more than meeting and connecting with other players, Pokemon Go has proven to be a solid motivation to get people outside and within their communities to enjoy the benefits of the outdoors. And in my case, it’s proven to be an effective tool for me to use while exploring and getting to know my town on a more intimate level than before.

I’ve lived in the East Bay of the San Francisco area for about six months now, most of that spent either working from home or traveling to friend’s houses in the surrounding towns. Sure, I venture out into Downtown Berkeley fairly often, but it’s usually in my car or via public transit with an important errand to run along the way.

To test out the limits of Pokemon Go, I decided it was time for me to finally get to know my home a little more than I had. The results were weirdly humbling.

The Art of the Town

In Pokemon Go, the trainer’s goal is to wander about, catching pokemon as they appear and encountering new landmarks called Poke Stops. When encountered (within the proper distance), these Stops yield all manner of items ranging from Pokeballs to health sprays for injuries.

Poke Stops often take the form of historical or notable landmarks in the area, which I chose to make great use of by chasing down Stops on my app while listening to music and appreciating the inherent beauty and craziness of Berkeley, CA.

I spent several hours walking the main streets cutting through downtown, often allowing myself to be pulled in different directions by the promise of lures and rustling grass. I caught a Kingpin, a Psyduck, a Growlithe, and enough Pidgeys to last me for several years.

I also encountered several different Poke Stops, most of which showed me things I had never taken the time to notice before. I discovered several gorgeous murals painted on several buildings and fixtures around downtown. I learned the history behind several long-standing buildings, and I discovered a number of shops and restaurants to which I fully intend to return.

My favorite discovery was a Poetry Walk located near a Poke Stop, which was a sidewalk embedded with plaques displaying the work of several different poets. I’m not a die hard poetry fan, but I still took the time to read several works and found it to be endearing. Especially because on any other day I quite literally would have walked past it without noticing.

I’m probably fortunate; I live in a town that very much values the arts and makes a point of promoting and displaying them. Were this a small town elsewhere, I might not have encountered as many places of interest or impressive art pieces on display. But it’s clear to me after this experiment that Pokemon Go is important for many, many reasons--not the least of which being to collect virtual animals.

A Dystopian Hellscape?

I’m easily annoyed with images of people looking at phones accompanied by text condemning society or calling phone users ”zombies.” It’s a lazy, reductive way to complain about how we interact with new technology and often dismisses interesting and nuanced conversations we can have about how it shapes and changes our lives.

There was no shortage of memes and obnoxious complaining about Pokemon Go and the fact everyone playing was usually looking down at their phones while walking around populated areas. But winging about people’s obsessions with a phone game does nothing but dismiss the actual value inherent in a game like Pokemon Go and how it can actually foster wonderfully positive relationships between complete strangers.

Pokemon is as recognizable as Disney in many respects. Those who aren’t necessarily into it are at least aware of it, and those who are fans have taken their interest to various levels.

So it’s no surprise Pokemon Go serves as a conversation starter, an entry point where people can automatically connect over a shared interest. In a month where so much ugliness has taken off in the world, this sort of unifying experience is wonderful and necessary.

It’s also proven to be a means for which people with social anxieties and disabilities can interact safely with others, venturing beyond their fears and conversing with people about this experience. For many, this has been a powerful tool in helping people ease into a world they otherwise may have avoided.

Sure, there are downsides. People have been hurt by not paying close enough attention to their surroundings. Gyms and stops placed on top of private residencies have raised questions about property rights and what recourse a landowner is permitted to take. Lures have been used as a means of robbery by criminals.

But there are downsides to everything, and it’s always a learning process and adjustment period when we’re introduced to a new phenomenon. And in my experience, the good far outweighs the bad.

Pokemon Go For It

Pokemon Go is different for each individual player. Some will enjoy it as hardcore Pokefans, while others love the Go experience as a means for making friends and serving as a welcomed bit of escapism. Everyone’s will vary, and everyone’s reasons will be as valid as the next.

It’s a strange, bizarre little experiment that has gamified real life by providing imaginary incentives with which we all can relate. Is it causing us to pay more attention to our phones? Probably. Has it led to some unintended negative consequences? Absolutely. But playing Pokemon Go allowed me to better understand and appreciate my surroundings simply by stepping outside and exploring. I’d say that’s more than enough reason to give it praise.

19 Jul 16:35

Quantum Computer Accurately Simulates Hydrogen Molecule, Could Revolutionize Many Industries

Google and a team of researchers from various universities managed to simulate the hydrogen molecule on a quantum computer for the first time.
19 Jul 11:29

Irish police issue Pokémon warning because people are stupid

by Dave Neal
Irish police issue Pokémon warning because people are stupid

Po Po give Pokémon Go on the go a big no no

20 Jul 05:10

Google's Art and Culture app turns your phone into a museum

by Sean Buckley
Art is a big subject. It embodies the values of humanity, preserves our culture and serves as a record of our very history. Jumping into it can be daunting and scary, but Google just made it a little easier: the company's new Art and Culture app puts...
18 Jul 16:25

Fourth Film in Star Trek Reboot Series Announced

by Jonathon Dornbush

Days before Star Trek Beyond hits theaters, Paramount Pictures has announced a sequel that will see the return of a character who first appeared in the 2009 reboot.

Chris Hemsworth, who played the father to Chris Pine's James T. Kirk in the first Trek film to kick off the Kelvin timeline, will return as George Kirk in the fourth in the recent line of Star Trek films. No director has been announced yet, but J.D. Payne and Patrick McKay are on board to write the script.

The pair were originally brought on with Roberto Orci to pen the original script for the third Star Trek film before Orci left the project, after which Doug Jung and Star Trek star Simon Pegg came on to co-write the script that would become Star Trek Beyond. Bad Robot's Lindsey Weber and J.J. Abrams, who helmed 2009's Star Trek and the followup Star Trek Into Darkness, will produce the film.

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18 Jul 18:50

Here's How Many Episodes are in Game of Thrones: Season 7

by Terri Schwartz

Game of Thrones: Season 7 is officially a shorter season.

HBO confirmed what previously had been reported and suggested by showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss: Thrones' seventh season will only be seven episodes long. Up until now, each season of the HBO hit drama were 10 episodes in length.

Additionally, HBO announced that the upcoming season's production delay means it will premiere later than usual. Season 7 will arrive in summer 2017 instead of the typical spring premiere date.

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19 Jul 18:02

Watch the first trailer for Telltale's new 'Batman' game

by Nick Summers
It's the Caped Crusader, but now how you've seen (or played as) him before. Telltale Games has released its first trailer for BATMAN, an adventure game series about the iconic superhero in Gotham. Unlike the well-received Arkham games by developer Ro...
19 Jul 18:15

Twitter opens up application process for verified accounts

by Brittany Vincent
The little blue checkmark on certain Twitter profiles has long been an elusive identifier to obtain. Verified accounts are often awarded to personalities on Twitter to identify them as "authentic," and you'll generally see them on profiles owned by m...
19 Jul 21:59

BratWurst Bot takes orders, then cooks and serves sausage

by Sean Buckley
Do you like sausage? I mean, really, really like it? Then we have the robot for you: BratWurst Bot -- an autonomous machine that takes customer orders, cooks sausages and serves bratwurst without any human interference. Making its debut at the Stallw...
20 Jul 02:53

Twitter permanently bans one of its most offensive users

by Andrew Tarantola
Twitter has finally done it. After years of provocative actions, repeated suspensions and even an unchecking, Twitter has permanently banned conservative writer and Breitbart Tech Editor Milo Yiannopoulos, from its service. Twitter's decision appears...
19 Jul 16:00

New Game of Thrones Beer, 'Valar Dohaeris,' Is on the Way

by Terri Schwartz

In true Game of Thrones style, all beers must serve. IGN can exclusively announce that Brewery Ommegang and HBO Global Marketing are debuting a new addition to their Game of Thrones beer line: Valar Dohaeris Tripel Ale.

This new ale "pays homage to Arya’s season-long struggles within and around the House of Black and White," and is the sister brew to the previously released Valar Morghulis Dubbel Ale. Fittingly, the Valar Morghulis beer will be re-released in conjunction with Valar Dohaeris's debut.

Game of Thrones' Valar Dohaeris Tripel Ale and Valar Morghulis Dubbel Ale Game of Thrones' Valar Dohaeris Tripel Ale and Valar Morghulis Dubbel Ale

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19 Jul 12:00

Seagate unveils a 10TB hard drive for your home PC

by Jon Fingas

Geezus, I just bought a 6gig

It's no longer far-fetched to buy a 10TB hard drive if you're running a server, but what if you need gobs of space for your games and 4K videos at home? Seagate has your back after today, as it's releasing a trio of 10TB drives (mainly focused at net...
18 Jul 22:29

Mercedes' autonomous bus makes a landmark trip on public roads

by Andrew Dalton
Mercedes-Benz's CityPilot autonomous bus technology just got a real-world, long-range test drive on the streets and highways of the Netherlands. One of the company's Future Bus vehicles successfully followed a 20km Bus Rapid Transit route between Ams...