For all their benefits, electric vehicles have some serious drawbacks. They're heavy, have limited range, long charge times, and the batteries themselves pose environmental issues. Hyperionlooks to change all that with the XP-1, a hypercar that uses hydrogen fuel cells, makes 1,000 horsepower, and weighs only 2,200 pounds.
Weezer leads off the Bill & Ted Face the Music soundtrack with their latest single "Beginning Of The End." The video features shots of the band as clips from the upcoming flick filter through. At the end, Rivers Cuomo and the guys end up face-to-face with the time-hopping duo, with the group on the receiving end of some most excellent news. The film will go to theaters and VOD on August 28, 2020.
After Epic Games violated the Apple Store guidelines by introducing Epic direct payment — a way to pay directly to Epic, essentially cutting Apple's profit and passing it to users by saving them 20% — the highly popular game was removed from the store completely. The game developer responded with a lawsuit and this video parodying Apple's iconic "1984" Super Bowl commercial. Inspired by George Orwell's 1984, the spot introduced the Macintosh and therefor ending IBM's monopoly over the computer industry. Accompanying the video is a statement, "Epic Games has defied the App Store Monopoly. In retaliation, Apple is blocking Fortnite from a billion devices. Visit FreeFortnite and join the fight to stop 2020 from becoming 1984."
2020 might go down as one of the strangest years on record. A pandemic, protests, an election year — it's a cosmic confluence of events we're not likely to see any time soon. In the strange spirit of 2020, Lydia Cambron created a shot-by-shot remake of 2001: A Space Odyssey's ending sequence from the perspective of a person in quarantine.