Fear the Walking Dead recap: Season 3, Episode 5

Burning in Water, Drowning in Flame is a collection of poems written by Charles Bukowski from 1955 to 1973. The assemblage tackles a range of topics, especially gambling, drinking, and women. It’s also the book Jake Otto gives to Alicia as an admittedly unconventional post-sex gift. The title itself is a contradiction: water doesn’t burn,…

‘Fear the Walking Dead’: Daniel’s Return Explained

[Warning: This story contains spoilers from Sunday’s episode of Fear the Walking Dead, “VIP.”] There’s good news and bad news for Fear the Walking Dead fans. The good news: Daniel Salazar (Ruben Blades) is alive. The bad news? He’s a monster. At least, he was a monster, for much of the runtime of the AMC zombie series’…

Andrea Constand Has ‘No Fear’ About the Bill Cosby Trial

She has told her story to police and prosecutors. Now she will tell it to 12 strangers — and the rest of the world. In the coming days, Andrea Constand will take the witness stand at Bill Cosby’s sexual assault trial and give a sworn account of what happened between them at his Pennsylvania home…

Apple should fear Google. Here’s why

Google revealed a cascade of exciting innovations to its Google universe this week at the annual I/O developer conference. Apple should be quaking in its boots. The search and software giant is making tremendous strides in AI through Assistant; image search and detection through Google Lens; web search through Instant Apps; and search through Jobs…

11 reasons why Apple and Adobe should fear the new Microsoft

It looks to me like Microsoft has wrestled control of our creative future from Apple and Adobe. When you combine Microsoft’s two most recent updates of its Windows 10 operating system — the first Creators Update and the just-announced Fall Creators Update — with its aggressive work in mixed-reality and computing-related hardware, it looks like…