If you're not out shooting things in Destiny, chances are you're in the Tower, jumping from potted plant to potted plant while you wait for your team to get ready. We know that the Tower is located in "the last city" on Earth, but where is that, exactly?
Maybe one day, we'll all have cybernetic eyeball implants that will grant us perfect 20/20 vision and allow us to be monitored by the government agency of our choice. Sadly, as The Sun's editors will probably find out soon, today is not that day.
With all the excitement surrounding the upcoming release of Nintendo's next console, Britain's largest daily newspaper takes a hard look at the facts of the matter and warns the public against an early Wii U purchase. We should all cancel our preorders right away, as The Sun sets us straight: the GamePad is a Vita,…
Semi-reliable British news source The Sun reports that terrorists are using Call of Duty and Halo to keep in touch with each other and train for terrorist attacks.
Earlier this week, British tabloid The Sun ran a story, pointing to a series of "phishing" con jobs that were putting Xbox 360 owners at risk.
Taiwan's Next Media Animation brings its considerable rendering talent to bear on UK tabloid The Sun's tall tale of Nintendo 3DS returns and sick children.
This week the sun shot off a massive class X solar flare. Its effects on radio broadcasts, electronics, and power are still being felt today, and this is only the beginning.
And now for some much-needed perspective on our place in the universe, courtesy of science and Photoshop. In this image, we see our fiery life-giving orb the Sun, represented as a single pixel. And this is the more flattering picture.
The latest Lara Croft model Alison Carroll explains that while the seven marriage proposals she's received so far are lovely, what she really wants is your picture.
UK newspaper The Sun is trying their best to drum up some British outrage over Grand Theft Auto IV's inclusion of a child pageant site on the game's faux internet.