Sherlock and Watson are headed to the 19th century as well as to theaters this January. The Victorian special, Sherlock: The Abominable Bride, now has a broadcast and theatrical release date, plus a new trailer.
The secret to really great beer? It's not great hops, the right aging barrel, or even really great company -- it's data. When it comes to giving the people what they want, you've gotta go straight to the source.
Sony announced that it has partnered with indie publishing label Versus Evil to save the stalled PS Vita version of developer Stoic's strategy-RPG The Banner Saga, ending months of speculation regarding the port's status.
Skype for Web, Microsoft's browser-based version of the popular messaging platform, is now available to all users in the U.S. and U.K. It isn't without its limitations, though -- its video and audio messaging requires a plugin.
The Find My iPhone app is perfect when you have misplaced your phone, but it can also be used to track armed robbers. That's exactly what happened in the Gold Coast of Australia after two men stole $40,000 from a local tavern.
China's Alibaba is using its AI to predict the winner of a popular TV talent show. Aside from analyzing data, the program will also assess a singer’s “voice pitch and energy" to guess the contest's outcome.
The only thing more polarizing than Airbnb's new logo (seriously, what is that thing?) is the company's practice when it comes to the effects on the already sky-high prices of real estate in cities like New York and San Francisco.
The cinematic scope of nature's rage is the focal point of the latest trailer for Everest, the upcoming film based on the tragic events of the 1996 Mount Everest disaster, starring Jason Clarke and Jake Gyllenhaal.
Diane Keaton and Jude Law will both star in an upcoming HBO series called The Young Pope, with Law in the title role of a Pope struggling with his faith, and Keaton as an American nun living in Vatican City.