A person was reportedly found dead in a conference room at Apple’s Cupertino campus, local media say, and an investigation is currently underway.
Officials are expected to release more information later.
Mashable reached out to Apple and the
Their daughters were murdered a year ago.
Now one Muslim family wants to know…
by Colin Daileda
RALEIGH, North Carolina — Yousef Abu-Salha was working out at a gym late one night in February last year when he got a text message from a friend about a shooting back home in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Three people had been killed. Yousef called his younger sister, Yusor, and her husband, Deah Barakat, who was also his best friend. Neither of them answered. But it was only when his friend texted…
Don’t touch Kylo Ren’s fries.
In a new promo for Saturday Night Live, Adam Driver reprises his evil Star Wars: The Force Awakens character when Kate McKinnon tries to steal the last french fry on his plate
He also gets super emo about filming the promo in a diner, instead of a studio where SNL promos usually take placeEmo Kylo Ren and Very Lonely Luke would be so proud
Driver’s episode of SNL will air on Jan. 16….
LAS VEGAS — Everyone knows that BB-8 stole the show in Star Wars: The Force Awakens. But the tiny doppelganger toy from Sphero is no slouch in the real world, either. BB-8 by Sphero sold out last fall, and has been entertaining kids and adults for months — especially since Christmas
But what’s the the one thing this cute rotund droid is missing? The Force. That changes this fall, when Sphero ships the new Force Band controler.
LOS ANGELES — George Lucas has apologized for an “inappropriate analogy” he made on the Charlie Rose Show, where the Star Wars creator offhandedly suggested that he had sold the franchise to “white slavers.”
The interview, taped in November and aired on Christmas, contains a passage where Lucas wears his emotions on his sleeve about letting go of the Star Wars franchise, which he sold to Disney for $4 billion. He admits that he’s always been protective of the characters, which he called his…