It's like a very small invisibility cloak made of glass
Let’s violate the laws of physics
No company, even one as worshiped by its fans as Apple, is ever more than a couple of flops away from being cast into furnace of hell.
Sledgehammer Games' upcoming take on Activision's bestselling military-themed shooter franchise isn't science fiction, say its creators.
Driverless cars are coming, whether we want them or not
There may be an autobot in your driveway sooner than you think
All the triumphs of Alfonso Cuarón's visionary achievement are the same reasons the Academy is unlikely to choose it
This story of a lonely man and the voice of his OS is the year's sweetest, smartest romantic comedy
The band's latest EP is music from the new sci-fi movie
Seventy-five years later, the infamous radio drama still casts a big shadow on the pop-culture landscape
Not very much
Monáe continues to climb the pop ranks, with relatively little fanfare about the fact that she’s singing about androids
The prolific sci-fi author also wrote for TV, including the classic 'Twilight Zone' episode "Nightmare at 20,000 Feet"
On their fourth studio album, the Scottish electronic duo chart a mesmerizing Road to Dystopia
Where's Yoda when you need him?
From the rise in plastic surgery to advanced prosthetics, the line between the real and unreal has long since eroded
Why does science fiction so often seem to mean future dystopias? Have we forgotten how to imagine happier futures for ourselves?
One of Hollywood's last stars wins battles against enemy spacecraft, but he can't infuse this artsy sci-fi film with emotional vitality
Our writer—a comic-book fan—admits to having problems with stories that have dragons or magic
You can keep your Star Treks and Star Wars. Celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, 'Doctor Who' is great popular sci-fiction