For every advancement in modern convenience, there must also come obvious flaws. Alexa and Google Home owners may have learned this the hard way with South Park’s Season 21 premiere, as the numerous jokes about Alexa responses naturally set off the devices in viewers’ own homes.
It’s a familiar scenario for most people: You haven’t watched the latest episode of Game of Thrones or Mad Men, or you’ve yet to make it to the theater to check out the latest movie your friends have all been gushing over. But social media is an irresistible force, so you hop on Twitter or Facebook anyway, and soon find yourself navigating a minefield. At any given moment, you might read a spoiler. Lucky for you, there may soon be an app for that.
In honor of the birthday of legendary artist/filmmaker/credits designer Saul Bass, Google has dedicated a very entertaining Doodle to the man, best known for his collaborations with Alfred Hitchcock, Stanley Kubrick and Martin Scorsese.
Google has already turned into a digital monolith that's dominating the internet with their many Google Maps, Google Doodles, Google Glasses and an artificial, cat-loving brain. But none of their competitors will be able to compete with what they've got in store for us now -- introducing the "Bacon number scale!"
Have you ever wondered how many degrees of separation lie between yourself
If your favorite childhood movies included the original, James Franco-less 'Planet of the Apes,' then you've probably been to at least one drive-in movie theater. You know, an outdoor space to park with your best guy or gal and watch a movie projected onto a giant screen?
In case this is a foreign concept to you, Google's latest doodle is here to give you a little history lesson to honor the anniv