McLaren made its name in Formula One long before its F1 supercar or its entry into regular production hypercars. F1 is the key to McLaren's past and future, and the company wants to make sure the sport is healthy, engaging for fans, and represents the cutting edge of technology well into the future. McLaren Applied Technologies talked to fans, engineers, and drivers to find out what changes they would like to see in the sport and came up with what they think F1 could look like 30 years from now.
Weezer surprised fans with the release of the Teal Album, a record that's entirely covers and inspired by then-14-year-old Mary's plea for the band to cover "Africa" by Toto. That cover is included on the record — along with another Toto song and a range of 80s hits like "Everybody Wants to Rule the World" by Tears for Fears and Michael Jackson's "Billie Jean". The album is available for streaming now.
It's the six seconds that helped launch hip hop, made the beat of over 3,000 songs, and brought the idea of sampling to the masses — the Amen break by a band called the The Winstons. The six-second break was first sampled by Lou Flores on his first The Ultimate Breaks and Beats compilation in 1986 — and music was never the same.
After 21 years, Capcom is remaking Resident Evil 2. Horror icon George A. Romero was responsible for the original trailers in 1998 so to pay homage to the late director, the video game developer released this live-action commercial inspired by his work. The game is slated for release January 25, 2019.