Technically Incorrect: If there was one thing the world needed, it's a musical comedy featuring two tech icons and holograms.
From CNET Magazine: The real-life partnership of stars and creators Rob Delaney and Sharon Horgan mimics the one they crafted on screen -- minus a four-day sexual escapade.
Ever wonder what's going on inside a politician's brain when he says something moronic? Blame tiny aliens! Writer Rob Kutner explains why his new comic may make us concerned for our next president's noggin.
On today's show, Khail and Ashley discuss a comedy club hoping to bring back dead comedians with the help of hologram technology, two guys in the UK who sent a model X-wing into space to impress J.J. Abrams and a futuristic LED chandelier in Russia. #TDComedy
A New York comedy center wants to bring back legendary comedians and their best sets with the help of hologram technology. We might see greats like George Carlin, Richard Pryor and Bob Hope return to the stage, but licensing rights could be an issue.
The acclaimed director follows "House of Cards" with an HBO show based on the music video industry that spawned the likes of Michael Bay and Zack Snyder.
Gore Verbinski is to steer a new film about autonomous vehicles racing each other -- with hilarious consequences.
Geeky Brits Moss, Roy and Jen will return to TV -- but this time as unappreciated American computer nerds. Can Internet, soccer and quizmaster jokes translate from across the pond?
We haven't heard many details about HBO's plans to offer access to its content without a cable subscription sometime next year, but that won't stop us from speculating about how the company might make it work.
On today's show, we talk about Google's newest line of Nexus products and Android "L" (now dubbed Lollipop), HBO's plans to create a standalone app in 2015 and a comedy club that charges patrons by the laugh.