Apple is reportedly working on its own MicroLED screens

Apple is working on a new type of LED display in a secret facility in California, Bloomberg reported Monday. The screen tech, called MicroLED, is similar to OLED in some respects (both don’t require backlight and offer better contrast than LCDs) but has better brightness and consumes less energy. However,

‘Outlander’ is coming back for a fifth season yesssss

Everyone’s favorite show that isn’t Game of Thrones is coming back for a fifth season. In lieu of an official announcement from Starz, Outlander executive producer Ronald D. Moore said Sunday that the show will be returning for a fifth season, Entertainment Weekly reported. Moore noted that there are still

Lin-Manuel Miranda and Ben Platt release a special song for ‘March for Our Lives’

On March 24, people across the country will march in the streets to demand an end to mass shootings—and now, they have a soundtrack. Broadway heavyweights Lin-Manuel Miranda and Ben Platt have joined forces Monday to release “Found/Tonight,” with all proceeds going towards March for Our Lives initiative.  SEE ALSO:

Twitter explains why ‘Love, Simon’ is so meaningful and why we all need to see it

The recently released Love, Simon is not only making LGBTQ+ history; it’s also elevating the rom-com genre in unprecedented ways. It’s been met with a choir of critical praise so far. Mashable’s own MJ Franklin showered it with love in a review that called it “a gotdamn delightful romcom, and

With great tech success, comes even greater responsibility

As we watch major tech platforms evolve over time, it’s clear that companies like Facebook, Apple, Google and Amazon (among others) have created businesses that are having a huge impact on humanity — sometimes positive and other times not so much. That suggests that these platforms have to understand how

‘The Office’ made a ‘Making a Murderer’ parody about the Scranton Strangler

The official YouTube account of The Office released a video called “Making a Strangler” — a parody of Netflix’s docuseries Making a Murderer. “Making a Strangler” seems to peg Toby Flenderson as the potential Scranton Strangler through a series of clips that suggest Toby was a murderer. On multiple occasions,

Another nor’easter is on its way and you’ve got to be f*cking kidding

The fourth coastal storm in three weeks to hammer the Eastern Seaboard appears likely to form early next week, potentially delivering yet another crippling snowstorm to millions from the Mid-Atlantic to New England. Unlike the previous storms, this one is going to form further to the south, putting the Washington,

The best signs from the National School Walkout

Students of all ages turned out by the thousands for the National School Walkout to protest gun violence and recognize the lives of the 17 people killed during the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla. last month.  At 10 a.m. on Wednesday, kids left their

‘Steve’ is the name of a new kind of aurora, discovered thanks to citizen scientists

“Steve” may be ordinary as it comes with aurora names, but one called exactly that certainly has an extraordinary story. The streaks of purple light which appeared in the sky over Regina, Canada, were the source of curiosity for locals who hadn’t seen anything quite like it before.  SEE ALSO:

You Saved My Life And I Don’t Even Know Your Name

Nicholas Kwok / Unsplash I see you sometimes. You’re the kid the same age as my little sister who’s crossing the street as I sit in traffic at a red light. You’re the guy whose laugh everyone noticed in the busy restaurant last night. You’re the barista who gives me

Now we know why Siri was so dumb for so long

It’s no secret that Siri is way behind other voice assistants like the Google Assistant and Amazon’s Alexa when it comes to comprehension and total number of skills.  Apple has drastically improved Siri over the years, adding new features and upgrading its voice to sound more human-like, but its ongoing