You don't have to be Princess Leia to create a hologram-like message. YouTuber Shanks FX explains how to make ethereal illusions for your next movie or haunting.
Deceased rapper Tupac Shakur performs at a music festival and duets with Snoop Dogg through the miracle of advanced holographic technology.
Four British men aged 18 to 26 have all pleaded guilty to charges relating to attacks on sites including the CIA and UK crime agencies.
History preserved: As the aging Holocaust survivor population dwindles, USC scientists scurry to create life-size 3D holograms that can answer viewer questions through Siri-like voice-recognition technology.
A hacker group known as LulzSec says it's targeting Sony in a new attack on the embattled company. Its operation is called "Sownage," shorthand for Sony Ownage.
Hackers are targeting everything from defense contractors (for obvious reasons) to PBS (for slightly less obvious reasons related to their journalistic integrity), and frankly, we were sad to hear that Tupac actually isn't alive somewhere in New Zealand. Also, my report from Area 51, what Apple will deliver at WWDC, and the best Lady Gaga/KFC chicken Photoshop we've ever seen. --Molly
We're back from the holiday weekend and we all had a good time...until The Hangover 2 happened. The movie itself wasn't as awful as expected, so tune into a spoiler-free review on today's episode before you rush out and give Zach Galifianakis another $14 bucks.
We're back from the holiday weekend and we all had a good time--until "The Hangover 2" happened. Tune in to a spoiler-free review before you rush out and give Zach Galifianakis another $14 bucks.
The hacking group LulzSec breaks into PBS and pastes in a report that says Tupac Shakur is living in New Zealand. Oh, Biggie Smalls is with him too.
RIP Holo-Pac. 2Pac fans hoping for a worldwide holographic tour are out of luck as its parent company Digital Domain ironically filed for bankruptcy on the 16th anniversary of the artist's death. Mark Licea joins us on today's 404 episode to recap the Nintendo Wii U and TVii announcements. We'll also talk more about Apple iPhone 5 hype, the worst accessory for your smartphone, and the rise and fall of the emojicon.