Now everyone can become a Glasshole. For one day only, everyone in the U.S. can buy a pair of the smart glasses.
Google will make Google Glass, its experimental sunglasses, available to the mass public for the first time the company announced Thursday.
Google has restricted the number of people who can buy them via its Explorer program, but next Tuesday anyone can buy a pair for $1,500 (plus tax).
The “Star Trek: Voyager” star wasn't the only notable figure to accidentally endorse a theory that science debunked centuries ago
“Orange Is the New Black” star Kate Mulgrew threw her fans for a loop this week when they discovered her narration in a trailer for a “documentary” called “The Principle,” which argues that Renaissance-era astronomer Copernicus was way off about the Earth revolving around the Sun.
“Everything we think we know about our universe is wrong,” Mulgrew says at the beginning of the film's trailer (above). The documentary promises to trace the history of cosmology and introduce ”new discoveries of Earth-oriented alignments in the largest structures of our visible universe.”
Warner Bros. and Marvel have scheduled two of their most important upcoming movies — “Batman/Superman” and “Captain America 3” — on the same weekend of 2016.
Speculation has already begun as to why, and which studio will capitulate and move up its release date to April, a month Marvel just demonstrated is fertile ground for comic book movies with the release of another Cap movie — “The Winter Soldier.”
New report suggests that Emanuel may be alienating talent at the sports management company
A new report Friday suggests that sports management powerhouse IMG, recently acquired by WME, may lose several high-profile clients because of fears over Ari Emanuel not understanding the culture of the sports agency world.
The New York Daily News claims that Joe Montana and baseball slugger Joe Mauer may leave to rival agency Excel over the disconnect.
The future is coming too fast for Don Draper
The first episode of the final season of “Mad Men” begins with something so good it takes everyone a very long time to realize how good it is, if they realize it at all.
That's how I think we'll feel about “Mad Men” next year, when the second part of this season wraps and the show leaves for good. It racked up Emmys and praise in the beginning, but then we started taking it for granted.
Critics weigh-in on Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone's return to the world of the web-spinner
Will the second time be the charm when it comes to “The Amazing Spider-Man 2”?
Sony Pictures’ follow-up to its 2012 reboot doesn't land in U.S. theaters until May 2, but audiences in Europe are beginning to get a look at the wall-crawler's latest adventure (the better to steer clear of this summer's World Cup).
Initial notices were mixed — Some reviewers complained that the picture is bloated and charmless, while others praised stars Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone’ for their romantic chemistry and lauded the action sequences.
Winter is (still) coming
The news came after Sunday's Season 4 premiere of the show earned an average of 6.6 million viewers, making it HBO's most-watched program since the finale of “The Sopranos” in 2007.
“‘Game of Thrones’ is a phenomenon like no other,” said Michael Lombardo, President of HBO Programming. “David Benioff and D.B. Weiss, along with their talented collaborators, continue to surpass themselves, and we look forward to more of their dazzling storytelling.”
Based on the bestselling fantasy book series by George R.R. Martin, the series tells the story of the perpetually warring houses of Westeros, where a long and perhaps apocalyptic winter is coming.
The new mom is feeling both dread and hope as she reaches the end of her treatment on the TLC series
“Little Couple” star Jen Arnold has balanced both joy and challenges this season on the #TLC series. But things are looking up on Tuesday's new episode.
While fulfilling their dream of building a family with the adoptions of Will and Zoey, Bill Klein and his wife have had the unfortunate luck of her rare cancer diagnosis.
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