Trees in the desert with lights and sound tuned for enjoyment and inspiration define the 'Forest House' art car at Burning Man. Designed specifically for Burning Man, the mobile dance club is powerful enough to keep the party hopping.
How are you going to get through this week? By following our guide to the finest films and TV shows available now, of course. On the list this week: Game of Thrones, Any Given Wednesday, Spotlight, and more.
This week, we'll be talking about the new trailer for HBO's Westworld, the strange turns for Ridley Scott's Alien: Covenant, the sheer beauty of Finding Dory, and the new film from the Thor: Raganork director.
Iconic Wu-Tang Clan founder and producer RZA has some plans for Atari's classic video game soundtracks. He has partnered with the company to create an entire album based on its famed bleeps and bloops.
Looking for a 4K projector with HDR for less than $3,000? That was impossible until today, when Epson unveiled its latest Home Cinema and Pro Cinema projectors, two of which are priced under $3,000 and all of which are under $4,000.
While some companies like Amazon offer the ability to temporarily download shows or movies for offline viewing, Netflix doesn't. That could be set to change,as Penthera says the company could offer offline viewing by the end of the year.
Designed by geeks, for geeks, the Geek Beats Jolt5 Bluetooth speaker is meant to make your life easier by filling it with hours of music despite everything life throws at it -- a high-water mark it succeeds at admirably indeed.
Google's video platform YouTube took to VidCon to announce that mobile live-streaming is coming to its mobile apps, and will be rolled out to all users. The move could spell trouble for its rivals, Twitter's Periscope, and Facebook Live.