-- China is being built in Detroit so that the Autobots and Decepticons can do battle. And yes, that is MY comment first in the comments section. 

The parcel sits between Washington Boulevard and Bagley south of Grand Circus Park, just east of the People Mover's elevated track.

A worker said the set soon will resemble a street in Hong Kong. Filming is set to begin in Detroit June 19, he said. 

According to various plot summaries, "Transformers 4" will be a darker sequel to "Transformers Dark of the Moon," and will take place four years after that film.

-- So there WILL be another MOS (already, no shocker) and it sounds like we're closer than ever to a Justice League movie.

-- Uh oh, did Apple go too far in its iOS7 redesign

The new iOS 7 software has a ‘flat design’, but critics say the dramatic new look could backfire, confusing users - while others claim it simply looks like Google’s rival Android system.

It is the result of a huge power struggle within the company, which saw the previous head of iOS, Scott Forstall, outed in favour of British born-designer Sir Jonathan Ive, who oversaw the new software.

-- Eh, I'm skeptical of any Star Wars 'details' at this time, but this is the type of lazy, unimaginative plot line I'd expect from the anything connected to the franchise.

Jacen Solo – Male, 17 years old, lead – Jaina’s twin brother, one of the greatest Jedi’s in the world. A loner who is constantly struggling with the idea of what’s right and what’s wrong. Starts to turn to the dark side. Full of conviction that what he is doing is the “right thing”. Will eventually become Darth Caedus."

-- Are you spending more, or less time on Facebook these days?

Thirty-four percent of Facebook users say they spend less time on the site now than last year, while just 13% say they spend more time on it, according to a Pew survey. Additionally, 28% say the site is less important to them now than a year ago, compared with 12% who say it’s more important

-- Sony went a hundred bucks below Microsoft for the holiday release of its PS4. 

The company gave gamers a much-anticipated first look at the new console on Monday night at the Electronic Entertainment Expo, also known as E3, the world's largest video game exhibition in Los Angeles.

The PS4's black box design appeared similar to the Xbox One but was priced $100 cheaper and will let consumers use secondhand software, affording a wide choice of games.

The console, which will be available by the end of the year, does not need internet connection to be played or authenticated, a requirement of the Xbox One that has drawn criticism.

-- A day late on this, but it's stories like thiswhy I'm glad I live downtown and do VERY little, if any, driving after I've had even A drink. 

“He walked up and he said ‘I can tell you’re driving DUI by looking in your eyes,’” Thornton told KNXV.

Thornton was then given a sobriety test.

“I take my glasses off and he says, ‘You’ve got bloodshot eyes.’ I said, ‘I’ve been swimming at LA Fitness,’ and he says, ‘I think you’re DUI,’” said Thornton. “He goes, ‘Well we’re going to do a sobriety test.’ I said, ‘OK, but I got bad knees and a bad hip with surgery in two days.’

-- Edward Snowden was fired from his job

Booz Allen can confirm that Edward Snowden, 29, was an employee of our firm for less than 3 months, assigned to a team in Hawaii. Snowden, who had a salary at the rate of $122,000, was terminated June 10, 2013 for violations of the firm's code of ethics and firm policy. News reports that this individual has claimed to have leaked classified information are shocking, and if accurate, this action represents a grave violation of the code of conduct and core values of our firm. We will work closely with our clients and authorities in their investigation of this matter.

-- The newly employed Tebow's text messages.