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Get your weekly dose of futurism with National Geographic’s Year Million

Plus, therersquo;s even some dystopian commentary from Ars staffer Annalee Newitz.

New Dark Crystal Netflix series could be exactly what we all...

Based on Jim Hensonrsquo;s favorite project, this will be old-school epic fantasy.

First Star Trek: Discovery trailer goes where many Treks have gone...

Oft-delayed series comes to CBS All Access this fall.

New trailer for Blade Runner 2049 is pretty dang alluring

This film looks like a genuinely novel approach to the world established by Ridley Scott.

Toyota is testing heavy-duty hydrogen trucks at the Port of Long...

For use in short-haul routes, full testing begins this summer.

Star Wars: The Last Jedi trailer is basically an explosion of...

Also, Luke delivers a major truth bomb.

“All eras” of Star Wars come together in revealing Battlefront II...

Darth Maul vs. Yoda. X-Wing vs.

TIE Fighter.

A running tauntaun vs. a stormtrooper's face.

Colossal review: Everyone has a monster, most aren’t this fun

Anne Hathaway + kaiju monster = awesome film (though in ways you may not expect).

As Netflix ramps up its films, Rob Redford in this sci-fi...

A sci-fi film about life after death kicks off what could be a big 2017 for Netflix.

At last, a new movie that’s as beautiful and insane as...

Stop everything and watch trailer for Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets.

New trailer for Spider-Man: Homecoming is all about the suit and...

New scenes show off funny writing, great supporting cast, and Peter's character arc.

BrandPost: Lightweight and Portable, Containers Are Trending

By Paul Miller, HPE Vice President of Marketing, Software-defined and Cloud Group More than 60 years ago, a trucking entrepreneur revolutionized the shipping industry by introducing a more efficient method of transporting goods.
Instead of workers manually loading and stacking small boxes of goods onto ships, Malcolm McLean debuted the world’s first ship that would carry trailer-sized containers, thereby dramatically simplifying and speeding the process of shipping goods globally. In the same way that shipping containers changed that industry, today’s container technology is changing how businesses deploy and use applications in their datacenter. (This analogy works so well that the leading container company today, Docker, used it for its name and logo.)To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here