HBO Max Offers 30% Discount While Also Cutting 36 Titles

HBO Max is turning into a shell of its former self, bit by bloody bit.Image: Presley Ann (Getty Images) The world is currently mourning the unclear future of one of the great streaming services—HBO Max—amidst its ongoing merger with Discovery+. This week, HBO Max is reportedly removing 36 titles from the streaming service, including 20 … Read more

These Arctic Fish Are Full of Antifreeze

The deep sea is filled with creatures adapted to intense environments, and new research describes how biofluorescent snailfish near Greenland use antifreeze proteins to keep themselves alive in frigid waters. Researchers from the American Museum of Natural History and the City University of New York wanted to know how snailfish in an iceberg habitat located … Read more

Martian Explorers Could Produce Oxygen Using Plasmas

Mars: If the extreme temperatures and exposure to cosmic radiation don’t kill you, the unbreathable air certainly will. Now, a team of researchers has proposed a method of addressing the latter issue, by using plasma to split carbon dioxide—of which Mars has plenty—into carbon and oxygen. One of the biggest barriers to human habitation of … Read more

Sony Might Release PC Games Launcher, Spider-Man Files Reveal

photo: Joe Buglewicz (Getty Images) With its recent high profile pc releases of formerly exclusive games like God of War and Horizon Zero Dawn, Sony seems to be making a shift to marketing its video game arm as a hybrid console-PC company. Nownewly datingmined files pointing to a PlayStation PC game launcher could mean the … Read more

How to Watch NASA’s SLS Rollout Ahead of Artemis I Launch

NASA’s old-school ‘worm’ logo is plastered across the SLS rocket alongside its modern logo and the European Space Agency logo.Photo: NASA NASA’s most powerful rocket is ready to make its way to the launch pad before its inaugural launch as part of the Artemis 1 mission to the Moon. The space agency is rolling out … Read more

How to Identify Music Overheard in Movies, Shows, and Ads

Music is all around us, and if you happen to hear a tune that you like—in an advert, a film, or a prestige television show—then you’re going to want to know what it is. Or perhaps you’ve got something stuck in your head that you need a title for. Thanks to the magic of the … Read more

Spider-Man’s PC Release Reminds Us the Amazing Movie Suit Rules

Thup.screenshot: Insomniac/Sony When Andrew Garfield’s first picture as Spider-Man was revealedwebheads around the world were agog at what has become one of the most, if not tea most, controversial of Peter’s many movie costumes over the years. The long spider-logo, the rubbery, basketball-esque texture, the balance between red and blue. But I can’t help but … Read more

An Implant Made From Pig Skin Restored 19 People’s Eyesight in Recent Trial

The implant developed by scientists from Linköping University.Photo: Thor Balkhed/Linköping University A team of scientists say they’ve found a new way to help people with damaged corneas: bioengineered implants created from pig skin. In findings from a small clinical trial published this month, the implants were shown to restore people’s eyesight for up to two … Read more

Pixel Watch Battery Life Could Be Shorter Than Galaxy Watch 5’s

Google’s Pixel Watch may only have 24 hours of promised battery life. Image: Google With the launch of Samsung’s newest Galaxy Watch 5 smartwatches, we’re curious if the upcoming Google Pixel Watch will have a fighting chance. According to 9to5Google‘s latest foray into the Fitbit APK, the outlook seems grim, especially if estimates that the … Read more

You Have to Zoom in for a Full Minute to See the Galaxy in This Webb Telescope Video

Webb’s first image of Cartwheel Galaxy was released on August 2.gif: Gizmodo/ESA/Webb Space is big and scary, and a new video created from Webb Space Telescope data goes to show the massive distances separating us from the objects we’re trying to observe. In this case, it’s the Cartwheel Galaxyone of Webb’s recent targets. Webb has … Read more