Bruce Sterling, science fiction author and professional futurist, has finally gotten his hands on Google Glass and his description of the device is true to his sci-fi roots.
William Gibson, science fiction author and the man behind the concept of cyberspace, has finally tried Google Glass and his reaction was predictably insightful.
Bats from Pluto and salamander-men from Venus. 1940 was a crazy time.
Google's augmented reality game is expanding into the world of fiction with the release of a series of e-books.
A former game designer has harnessed his skills to create a site that allows anyone with even a grain of imagination to create their own fantastic, customized science fiction posters from scratch.
Jump start your relaxation this new year with a Boba Fett hooded bathrobe.
As we move out of the dark ages of simple computing devices and cellphones without Facebook on them, we see our science fiction dreams coming true in everyday life. The question becomes, at that point, what is real and what remains fiction. After looking around, the answers range from exciting to impressive to downright weird. Nonetheless, there's something sci-fi for everyone here, from the guy who likes to camp to the gal who likes to eat s'mores without going outside. There's an impressive amount of futuristic alarm clocks out there, too. Apparently, waking up will be the biggest challenge as we dive deeper into this millennium. We've compiled this list of science-fictiony gadgets to help you find the perfect gift for the tech nerds on your life. This is the stuff of the future!
With Halo, Bungie proved that the studio knows how to dream up a star-spanning, alien-filled vision of the future that we all can't wait to hop into, and next up is Destiny.
StoryBundle, which won our hearts early by collecting science fiction e-books written by indie authors, is now doing the same for horror. For as little as $1, you can six digital reads that look set to please sci-fi fans with zombies, apocalyptic yarns and ancient evils.
Back in 1973, eternally eccentric filmmaker Woody Allen made Sleeper. Set in the year 2173, Sleeper is, to date, Allen's sole venture into overt sci-fi. A slapstick comedy, Sleeper pokes fun at other sci-fi classics, notable amongst them Fahrenheit 451 and 2001: A Space Odyssey. The political and social aspects of the film are thinly veiled 1970s sentiment, set in a dystopic inept police state. What is truly interesting is Sleeper's perspective on the progress of technology, 200 years from its production. While Woody Allen did not predict technological miniaturization, he did get a lot of things right. Was Woody Allen a tech prophet? Here's a list of technologies predicted in Sleeper that already exist, 161 years ahead of schedule.