Technology

  • by Jacob Siegal
    Ubisoft Forward will begin at 12 p.m. PT / 3 p.m. ET on Sunday, June 12th. Ubisoft will bring several released and upcoming games to the event, including Trackmania, Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint, Just Dance 2020, The Division 2, Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla, Watch Dogs: Legion, the battle royale shooter Hyper Scape, and Far Cry […]
  • by Jacob Siegal
    Netflix is adding 16 new shows, movies, and specials in the second week of July. Of all the Netflix originals dropping this week, Cursed will probably get the most buzz, reimaging the legend of Arthur with 13 Reasons Why's Katherine Langford in the lead role. You can also do a double feature of MILF and […]
  • by Andy Meek
    Will Ferrell's latest comedy, about the Eurovision song contest, was the most-watched title this week on our latest list of the top movies on Netflix. That's according to the streaming search engine Reelgood, which each week provides BGR with data around what its millions of monthly users are using the service to stream. Read on […]
  • by Mike Wehner
    An unseen object appears to be interacting with other objects along the edge of our solar system, and researchers don't know exactly what it is.  Theories of "planet nine" have been proposed, but others believe it may be a tiny black hole. Researchers plan on scanning the skies for evidence of the black hole using […]
  • by Maren Estrada
    Sunday has arrived and with it comes a bunch of great daily deals that you definitely need to check out. Highlights include Amazon's best-selling coronavirus face masks for only $0.50 each thanks to a $5 coupon you can clip, the lowest price we've ever seen for very popular MagiCare KN95 face masks, a rare opportunity […]
  • by Andy Meek
    American Airlines and United Airlines have resumed selling potentially packed flights, now that they've reversed their temporary coronavirus-inspired policy of blocking middle seats. New research argues that reversal roughly doubles your chance of contracting the coronavirus on one of these now-full flights, compared to your chances of contracting the virus on a flight where middle […]
  • by Mike Wehner
    A pair of new NASA directives tweaks Planetary Protection policies to allow for human exploration of the Moon and Mars Preventing contamination of other worlds is vitally important to making new discoveries and not changing the planets or worlds that we visit. Bringing microbes from Earth to Mars or the Moon could have big impacts […]
  • by Chris Smith
    Coronavirus symptoms are no longer a mystery, but doctors dealing with the new surge in cases in some US states have noticed new patterns in patients. Younger patients are seeking medical help as more of them are being infected than before. Symptoms including abdominal pain and migraines are often reported, but rarely high fever. The […]