Forget about the Wii. Here's the scoop on the new console that's for hardcore gamers!
Nudity is again found hidden in a video game and will be re-rated. The industry conflicts themselves in an effort to save face.
Sonic Riders is yet another fine example of how not to make a game.
This is the two chart-topping bands first time on the same stage.
Don't ask me to name names or pick a favorite. I can't. I won't! But, I will share a secret with you.
Keith Richards, Neil Young, and Bebo round out today's music and tech news update.
Hang out on the porch, enjoy the breezes, pop open a cold one, and listen...
Willy DeVille may not be a soul singer, but he is the most literally full of soul singer I've ever heard.
A 2-disc set with mixed results: disc 1 serves as a great electro compilation, but disc 2 falls flat.
After living with Neil Young's Living With War since Friday, the verdict is in. Listen here to render your own.
Flea isn't happy with you.
Will Life Without Computers be 2006’s feel good record of the summer or linger in some state of perpetual obscurity?
Join us this week as SciTech Watch explores the world of Regenesis, the Finest SciFi TV You've Never Seen.
How many new apps does a girl need? Oh, lots.
Scientists studying ancient fish teeth propose the passageway where the Pacific and Atlantic oceans meet opened much earlier than thought.
Oh yes, iPod would make my life better, my teeth whiter, my butt smaller, the world more gentle, peaceful.
What if a person you met online decides to try and kill you?
Put tech innovators, Silicon Valley-based venture capitalists, and Hollywood entertainment execs in a room, and what do you get?
New episodes mean family fun!
Director Paul McGuigan is more talented than this film indicates. Here's hoping he just got lazy.
Psychological, creepy, mysterious, intriguing, nice twists, and very well acted.
Franken’s attacks throughout his film are strong. His comedy, though, is weak.
"I love this dirty town": a lot can happen in a New York minute.
"How do you know if a rat's euphoric?"
The HD resolution is perhaps a bit too clear for an older film such as this.
It is films like Serenity that give the HD-DVD format a future.
American Dreamz is, in the end, simply a mess.
FX is offering a special mini web episode before the start of the third season of Rescue Me.
It's getting down to the wire, and Paula needs her meds.
Warning! Crocodiles bite. They also move very quickly. So does Team MoJo.
Think you have what it takes to beat Napoleon Dynamite?
What should be a thrilling finish comes across as fun but emotionally vacant.
Early spring brings out the best in us. Step inside for a bouquet of reading delight.
I spent a lot of years in this pattern of shouting "He's the one! This one!"
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for May 04, 2006
You wanna build a wall along the southern border? Fine, but as soon as it's done, chuck Michelle Malkin and Lou Dobbs over the top.
Colbert's not a legitimate political commentator making rational, factual arguments. He's a liar and a slander artist. That's his job.
After battling cancer, the man most responsible for Tiger becoming the world’s best golfer, dies.
Everyone will be grabbing for Bonds’ balls, but how will we know if they’re really his?
A fast-paced, humorous yet thoughtful read that will find you sneaking chapters while waiting for the kids.
Some barbeque just doesn't live up to the over hyped legend.
Lots of talk about stuff that has to do with losing weight and stuff.
There is simply no margin for error when it comes to fresh human blood winding up on some unsuspecting person's dinner plate.