The Galaxy Note 8 will be revealed on August 23. CNET section editor Jessica Dolcourt explains what Samsung needs to do to win back trust after the Note 7 saga.
Fifth Harmony is officially done with all the Camila Cabello questions, and they're letting us know it. Also, Kylie Jenner is done with wearing wigs. But wait...is Perrie Edwards done with Little Mix? Find out in the Hollyscoop Daily Rewind!
The Cubs are putting pitcher Jon Lester on the disabled list with a shoulder issue, manager Joe Maddon announced Friday, but that injury isn’t considered serious.
While the Game of Thrones spin-off wonât include characters from the current series, it will feature characters from the franchiseâs lore. Speaking with IGN, Jane Goldman, one of the spin-off writers, dropped some vague hints about what to expect from the new show. Regarding when the spin-off will take place in the Thrones timeline, Goldman said, âYeah it would be recognizable as a past event, but I think thatâs probably as far as I can go.â When announcing the proposed spin-off, HBO has already stated that the new show wonât include characters from the current series.
A historian has said that Charlottesville, Virginia, would likely be viewed in the future as “a pivotal moment in President Trump's political collapse.”
No one would have thought that Chrissy Teigen, who is always so quick and confident when dealing with her online haters, could be so insecure at times with her body issues. The model and Lip Sync Battle co-star shared her social media insecurities at BeautyCon. How does this make you feel about Chrissy? Let us know in the comments below.
Penn State’s compensation committee approved a new contract for head coach James Franklin on Friday. Sources tell SI that Franklin’s new deal will be for six years at an average of $5.8 million per year. His buyout is $2 million this year.
In an interview with Film Riot (via Heroic Hollywood), director David F. Sandberg confirmed the script for the movie is complete, indicating it won't be too long now until production starts. According to earlier reports, filming should begin sometime early next year for a potential 2019 release.
Outside the International Space Station, Expedition 52 Commander Fyodor Yurchikhin and Flight Engineer Sergey Ryazanskiy conducted a spacewalk Aug. 17 to assess the condition of the exterior of the Russian segment of the complex and to install struts and handrails to facilitate future excursions. During the outing, Ryazanskiy manually deployed five small nanosatellites to collect data on a variety of scientific investigations. The spacewalk, which was the 202nd in support of space station assembly and maintenance, was the ninth in Yurchikhin’s career and the fourth for Ryazanskiy. Credit: NASA