Hostages: Save It or Sink It

HostagesWill you let CBS’ new drama Hostages keep you captive each week?

Hostages, which will have an uninterrupted 15-episode run, premiered tonight with a gripping pilot episode that was…

Castle Season 6 Premiere Recap: Did Beckett Say Yes to Castle’s Proposal?

Castle, Stana Katic, Nathan Fillion  Spoiler Alert: Do not continue reading the following article unless you’ve watched Castle or don’t care about being spoiled. We’re serious. No complaining about spoilers in the…

The Blacklist: Save It or Sink It

BlacklistDid you love watching James Spader be bad?

NBC’s new drama series (and one of our top five new fall shows) The Blacklist premiered tonight, and it set up what will hopefully be one…

Mom: Save It or Sink It?

Anna Faris, Sadie Calvano, MomDoes mother really know best?

CBS’s new fall comedy Mom finally premiered tonight, introducing viewers to Chuck Lorre’s latest addition in his plan to single-handedly take over…

Surface 2: Repeat Or Redemption?


Myself and the inimitable Chris Velazco took to the TechCrunch TV screens to dig into the new Surface hardware that Microsoft announced today. Chris and I are both long-time Surface owners and users, so we speak with a bit experience and fondness.

The hardware, we surmise, is great, but we remain a bit unsure about the software that Microsoft has compiled for its tablet hybrids. Can the Windows Store provide enough application density and depth to allow for the Surface 2 to avoid the sins of its predecessor, the Surface RT? It remains an open question.

For more on the new Microsoft hardware, head here. And if you want a behind-the-scenes talk with the creators of Surface, I wrote this just for you.

Katy Perry Wants to Collaborate with Bruno Mars: “He’s So Wildly Talented”—Watch Now!

Katy PerryBruno Mars, are you listening?

Pop singer Katy Perry stopped to chat with E! News while at the iHeart Music Festival in Las Vegas and shared with us that she’d love to work with the…

PRESS DIGEST- British Business – Sept 24

Sept 24 (Reuters) – The following are the top stories on the business pages of British newspapers. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.

VIDEO: Pakistan Taliban talks criticised

The suicide bombing at a church in Peshawar has led many to question the Pakistani government’s policy of trying to start a dialogue with militants.