Somehow, freaky sci-fi movies don't seem to be favored by Oscar voters.
However, I think I may have found some subject matter that Peter Guber, the great Golden State Warriors owner and producer of "The Kids Are Alright," might want to get a budget behind.
Apparently, the United States already knows quite a lot about UFO technology. Apparently, there are secret "black ops" installations somewhere in--oh, I'm guessing Arizona--where new forms of energy have been created using technology that has been gleaned from those up there, rather than us down here.
Hey, if you dump your boyfriend, you'll be happier. How do I know? Because you could be with me.
How do you know you could be with me? Because I'm in your waiting room. No, not in the waiting room at your dental surgery. I'm in your Facebook WaitingRoom.
You might have thought that the Breakup Notifier was enough to make love's course run smoother than your own sometimes coarse behavior has managed to effect. Breakup Notifier is a Facebook app (since blocked by Facebook) that notifies you the minute one of your many crushes became … Read more
If you happened to be watching the Super Bowl, you might recall that the Motorola Xoom was the next coming of flower power. It was the epitome of a humanity that would overcome the Big Brother nature of that identikit behemoth that is Apple.
It may well be that no one at Verizon got--or, perhaps, bought--the message.
For Verizon's view of the Xoom seems entirely in keeping with its strategy when it launched Droid.
This thing's for boys. It's for boys who get excited about GigaHertz. It's for boys who love them some "Vendetta." … Read more
While I wouldn't dream of encouraging such socially divisive behavior, the makers of "We Dare" would like to offer you about 35 "fun and flirtatious" games that will help you relax in the company of Mrs. Galloway from number 47. And her slightly creepy husband who always wears a check cardigan.
The "We Dare" trailer is already enjoying so many parody versions posted to YouTube that Ubisoft appears to be scrambling to protect its behind--I mean, copyright (YouTube has already yanked a few of the clips).
Some people, though, will be less concerned with Ubisoft's copyright and more concerned about how uber-titillation can make their weekends complete.… Read more
I need to ask you a personal question: when was the last time you had a two-screen experience?
I know you'll be able to fill the comments section with your interesting experiments--and hopefully there will be things like watching one movie at the movies, while watching another on your iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch.
Thankfully, ABC is thinking of you, the multiple screeners, when it comes to Sunday's Oscars.
The police accused Sahas Katta of going more than 40 mph in a 25 mph limit, according to the story, which was authored by Katta himself. Katta was a little taken aback. He said he felt sure he wasn't going quite that fast. Fortunately, his Motorola Droid cell phone enjoyed Google MyTracks, according to his account.
This charming software records your GPS tracks and even lets … Read more
Sometimes, one really wonders what's behind Google's doodling.
Recently, if your kids were entering the company's popular Doodle-4-Google competition, Google insisted on knowing a little about you.
On its parental consent form, it wanted to know your date of birth. It wanted to know where you were born. It wanted to know your parents' full details. Oh, and it wanted the last four digits of your Social Security number.
Yes, despite the fact that you might only be seven.