Month: November 2018

Nov 01 2018

'Better Caul Saul' actor lied about being a veteran after cutting off his own arm

A New Mexico actor has confessed to building his career on a shocking lie. Todd LaTourrette, who recently had a small role on Better Call Saul, said he told casting directors that he was a war veteran who had lost his arm in combat in Afghanistan. In truth, he said, he cut off his own arm during […]

Nov 01 2018

Samsung and Huawei both just lost the race to unveil the first phone with a foldable screen

Rouyu Technology will go down in history as the company that was able to beat both Samsung and Huawei when it comes to unveiling the first foldable smartphone in the world. And I’m talking about a real foldable screen, not the kind of “foldable” displays we saw on the ZTE Axon M and similar handsets. […]

Nov 01 2018

Red Dead Redemption 2: Cheat Codes, Tips, And Guides

Red Dead Redemption 2 is finally here. Rockstar’s new open-world western game is now available on both PS4 and Xbox One, and it presents players with a massive, deep open world to explore. The main story alone will take you in the neighborhood of 50 hours to complete, and that’s before engaging in much of […]

Nov 01 2018

Maryland fires football coach DJ Durkin day after his reinstatement

8:07 PM ET The University of Maryland has fired football coach DJ Durkin one day after his reinstatement, the school announced Wednesday evening. In a statement, president Wallace D. Loh said, “Yesterday, the University System of Maryland Board of Regents announced numerous recommendations, including employment decisions about specific personnel on our campus. I accepted the […]

Nov 01 2018

In 'Bohemian Rhapsody,' they will, they will rock you — or not

By Ty Burr Globe Staff  October 31, 2018 “Bohemian Rhapsody,” the rock ’n’ roll biopic about Freddie Mercury and Queen, turns out to be much more fun to think about than actually experience. (The film’s trailer does a great job of selling it, but, um, that’s what trailers are supposed to do.) The trouble isn’t […]

Nov 01 2018

Alex Cora, World Series trophy hit by beer cans during Red Sox parade

By Travis Andersen, John Hilliard, Jaclyn Reiss and Allison Hagan Globe Staff and Globe Correspondent  October 31, 2018 A day of triumph was marred Wednesday when Red Sox manager Alex Cora was struck by a can of beer that a reveler hurled toward the duckboats that carried the team through downtown Boston to celebrate their […]