Celebrate Christmas with gift of METAL IN YOUR FACE.
Last night the Jets played the Blackhawks. Hijinks ensued.
A guy gets drunk, gets arrested and belts out a slurry but otherwise awesome version of Bohemian Rhapsody with a special twist for his captors at the end.
The folks at Bad Lip Reading have reinvented Game of Thrones as a hilarious, nonsensical comedy.
Phil and Paul Hartnoll (Orbital) discuss their earliest hit, “Chime,” and talk about their career trajectory and more.
Sonos has introduced a new $199 speaker called the Play:1, its lowest-price wireless sound system yet.
Is that word an Ikea furniture item or a death metal band from Norway?
Pogues guitarist Philip Chevron has passed away at age 56, the victim of esophageal cancer.
Author Tom Clancy has passed away at age 66.
Samsung’s Galaxy Note 3 won’t work outside of its geographical region. Just like your old DVD player. What a piece of shit.
Behold the latest in beard innovations – the beard ramen bowl.
Beethoven would have been a badass dubstep DJ.
GOLD IS BEST! BEST BEST BEST!
A lawyer weighs on on the Fifth Amendment consequences of Apple’s new Touch ID technology, and comes up with a chilling hypothesis.
This kid is fucking ME-TAL.
This is it, right here. Music video of the year.
Watch this six year old play Neil Peart’s part in Rush’s classic “Fly By Night.”
So twerking is a thing now.
Android is a festering pit of malware, but you already knew that.
Stack ranking is stupid, and it’s all Ballmer’s fault.
It’s Rob Halford’s 62nd birthday. Time to bang your head with The Sentinel.
Linda Ronstadt has disclosed that she’s suffering from Parkinson’s Disease.
Android piracy remains a huge issue, if Gentlemen!’s numbers are any indication.
Elmore Leonard passed away on Tuesday after suffering a stroke earlier this month.
Polygon examines the making of Atari’s Missile Command, the classic coin-op game where you protect cities from hot nuclear death.
Wax Trax: The Documentary – coming soon.
Yojimbo 4.0 has kicked Cloud Sync to the curb. Read on for an explanation why.
The Surface isn’t Microsoft’s only blunder – touch-enabled PCs running Windows 8 are selling like shit, according to analysts.
Black Label Society has covered the Bill Withers R&B classic “Ain’t No Sunshine” for their upcoming double live album.
If you can’t understand this then your an idiot.