San Diego Comic-Con 2018 is in full swing. Here's a peek at the goings-on.
That's a good way to get folks through the door.
The massive granite sarcophagus failed to unleash an ancient curse.
"I told you so!" is the president's take, as he uses the fine as proof of his assertion that the EU is taking advantage of the US.
A creepy new Godzilla: King of the Monsters teaser from Comic-Con 2018 shows Stranger Things star Millie Bobby Brown in trouble.
A Mars dust storm rolls out like an apocalyptic vision in the image from the European Space Agency.
The service will be available for all AMC locations in the coming days.
Good looks never go out of style -- as certain Jaguars, Ferraris, Aston Martins and more prove
Hint: There is no easy answer, and no consensus either.
TV reviewer David Katzmaier visits the show to discuss all things home entertainment.
While Apple's redesigned keyboards in the new MacBook Pro models are made to be quieter, they also appear to be designed to prevent another problem. According to a document sent to Apple Authorized Service Providers and obtained by MacRumors, the new keys have a "membrane" underneath that helps "prevent debris" from getting into the butterfly mechanism.
"The keyboard has a membrane under the keycaps to prevent debris from entering the butterfly mechanism," state the Canadian and European versions of the document. "The procedure for the space bar replacement has also changed from the previous model. Repair documentation and service videos will be available when keycap parts begin shipping."
The US version of the document doesn't mention the membrane specifically. However, it does link to another document entitled Butterfly Mechanism Keycap Replacement MacBook Pro (2018), which references the membrane under the keycaps as a method of stopping debris from entering the keyboard.
The huge shirtless statue is even more impressive in person.
The report revealed shortcomings in the Chinese firm's engineering processes.
Project Loon, the Internet-delivering balloon system that grew out of Alphabet's Project X division, has announced its first commercial deal. According to multiple reports, the recent Project X graduates will partner with Telkom Kenya to increase connectivity in the country.
“Connectivity is critical. If you are not online, you are left out,” Joe Mucheru, Kenya's information, communication, and technology minister, told Reuters. "Loon is another technology that is being introduced that the licensed operators hopefully can be able to use.”
Public details of the deal appear scarce for now—no firm timeframe for deployment or financial details were available as of press time. The BBC notes that with this new partnership, Telkom Kenya will provide the Internet signal, and Loon will spread it over remote areas of Kenya.
Swinging a baseball bat inside a padded cell may be the highlight of Comic-Con for me.
The Federal Communications Commission has voted unanimously against approving Sinclair Broadcast Group's acquisition of Tribune Media Company, likely dooming the merger.
Technically, the commission adopted a Hearing Designation Order that refers the merger to an administrative law judge. Mergers usually don't survive that legal process. Besides referring the merger to a judge, the FCC's other options included denying the merger outright, approving the merger, or approving it with conditions. The unanimous vote to refer the merger to a judge was finalized on Wednesday evening.
Sinclair's problems stem from its plan to divest some stations in order to stay under station ownership limits. FCC Chairman Ajit Pai proposed the designation order on Monday, saying that Sinclair's proposal to divest certain stations "would allow Sinclair to control those stations in practice, even if not in name, in violation of the law."
Enjoy these gratuitous photos of the open-shirted man himself.
Venerable PC maker emits bunch of graphics powerhouses
Demonstrating that there is still life in the old dog, HP Inc has ripped the covers off a line-up of workstations aimed squarely at users seeking a lot more oomph from a smaller form-factor.…
A software company criticised for working with US Border Control has a donation to a refugee charity rejected.
President Donald Trump takes the form of a large orange tabby cat.