If I'm deep-down honest with myself, the reason I love 2001: A Space Odyssey is the same reason I love most Stanley Kubrick films: because I love watching people and things move inevitably from Point A to Point B.
He's done it with spaceships (2001), armies (Barry Lyndon), trenches (Paths of Glory), Big Wheels (The Shining), leapfrogging (Full Metal Jacket), and walking the streets of New York (Eyes Wide Shut). Ars Senior Editor Lee Hutchinson once told me that, growing up, he was so fascinated with the docking sequence from 2001 that he would watch it over and over again on VHS.
Standing. Sitting. Sighing. Here's what it's like waiting (and waiting, and waiting, and waiting) in line at Comic-Con.
Comic-Con offers one of the biggest celebrations of fandom on Earth, but not all of fandom might be worth celebrating.
We travel to San Diego for the annual Comic-Con geekfest; take a peek at what sounds like an awesome fingerprint scanner; and face the future of passports in Australia.
For starters, you can probably expect to see a lot more HomeKit gadgets.
The lock has potential, but its flaws are just too much to get past.
A shiny new home with a Nest thermostat and a Rachio sprinkler system! What could go wrong?
One of the most exclusive parties at Comic-Con is a love letter to its most loyal fans.
Does a smart bike lock make your bike more secure than a dumb one? Kinda.
Plus: New Dota challenge for OpenAI
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There's talk of a super-size one, a less expensive one and one with three rear cameras.
Executive Producer Alex Kurtzman also promised we'll get answers to lingering questions as the show "syncs up with canon."
From Comic-Con 2018 comes word that a series of Star Trek short films will warp deeper into the backstories of popular Discovery characters.
As Star Trek comes to Comic-Con, we finally have our first looks at season two of Discovery.
Plus a new worry for enterprises over DNS flaws
It's a day for heroes: Aquaman, Batman, The Flash, Supergirl, My Hero Academia and more!
Fantastic Beasts? Flashpoint? We'll know soon.
Fans see new raw Venom footage with Tom Hardy. Plus more on Spider-Pig and Nic Cage as Spider-Man Noir.
"First name Mister. Last name… Glass."
The former MythBusters co-host returns to TV with a new Discovery Channel science-centric competition for young whizzes.