"Rogue One: A Star Wars Story" is feared for its multi-cultural cast of characters and a strong reference to white supremacy in the form of the Galactic Empire. Right-wing political supporters are calling for a boycott of the film -- a call that was immediately ridiculed by non-right wing and "Star Wars" fans.
British Star Tom Holland had wowed fans with his "Civil War" Spidey. Now, he gets his own Marvel Cinematic Universe film in a second reboot for the "Amazing Spider-Man," featuring the involvement of Marvel Universe veteran Tony Stark "Iron Man" played by actor Robert Downey Jr.
Social media tech giant Facebook features a new upgrade to its "Frames" feature that feels like Snapchat's custom geofilters feature. Tech observers said Facebook's consistent cloning of competitor product features is getting out of hand.
Personal finance and retirement go hand in hand if employees wish to have enough for their retirement. Knowedege in different financial products such as 401(k)s, other investment vehicles and financial discipline is all it takes to succeed.
Seasonal workers are prone to employer abuse due to a lack of legal safeguards during the start of employment. Employees are advised to guarantee their employment responsibilities through an official legal employment contract.
Hong Kong Martial Arts star Donnie Yen plays blind and powerful Chirrut Imwe and Chinese director-actor Jiang Wen plays "gun-nut" and saboteur Baze Malbus, both of which get lots of screen time for highly-anticipated "Rogue One's" Chinese box office trailer.
Hayao Miyazaki's 1997 Studio Ghibli animated masterpiece 'Princess Mononoke' will be showing in American theaters for only two days -- one coincidentally aligning with Miyazaki's 76th Birthday. Ticket selling for the legendary film's screening is strictly online.
Well-received and millions-selling Kickstarter superstar Pebble sold itself for $40m to Fitbit during a rough 2016. Software support and updates -- along with production of other Pebble products -- are halted and all Kickstarters yet to receive their watches to be refunded.
Time Warner and Turner Company-owned 24-hour news channel CNN has been using discriminatory practices against colored employees including longer wait times for promotions and clear evidence of abuse of power. Former employees file class action lawsuits for "nepotism, revenge, retaliation and discrimination."
Fake news has spread throughout the internet disguising themselves as legitimate news sources. Google's "AMP" HTML upgrade -- along with other thumbnail-format tidbits for news websites -- has helped make these fake news sources seemingly legitimate to the average internet user.
Bungie -- of "Halo" fame -- said it dropped the franchise because it is currently living the dream with "Destiny." The studio said the ability to respond immediately to player's demands and updating content in a game is Bungie in its dream state.
Game publishing giant Ubisoft is celebrating its 30th anniversary and has put up legendary "Assassin's Creed 3" for free download. In the process of its "30 Days of Giveaways" promo, demand for AC3 and other freebies have "murdered" its servers.
Once-dead-and-now-alive game publisher THQ has combined with Sweden's Nordic Games to deliver three new games well suited for revolutionary game console "Nintendo Switch's" console and pocket hybrid system.
Political and celebrity deaths of Fidel Castro and famous stars such as "Space Oddity" singer David Bowie -- along with US President-Elect Donald Trump, Pokemon Go and Leonardo DiCaprio's Oscar win -- dominated Twitter in 2016.
The star-and-genius-studded annual "2017 Breakthrough Prize" awards $25m from tech giants Google, YouTube and Facebook to innovators and academics contributing major advances to scientific studies and technologies. Celebrity admirers share their experience and cancer cures and new physics are abound.
The American IT industry is now the biggest economic contributor to the country after adding 1,400 IT jobs alone in November. In the months before November, the IT sector has added a total of 79,500 jobs including computer and electronics products manfuacturing and database management.
Notoriously famous and nostalgic "Nostalrius" servers have allowed fans of the earliest original version of Blizzard's well-loved "World of Warcraft." After Blizzard's shutdown of the servers and their meeting with the "Nostalrius" team, the two have possibly collaborated to create "The Elysium Project."