Ariana Grande calls herself a “dangerous woman,” but she can’t hold a candle to the latest threat – sex robots. Catch up on what you missed this week in tech, in theaters, and more. To read the full features, tap the links from your phone or tablet. Not a member yet? Start your free trial here.

Captain America: Civil War passed a box-office milestone this weekend when the iconic American superhero film generated $1 billion in sales.

"Captain America: Civil War," Entertainment Weekly, April 22, 2016
“Captain America: Civil War,” Entertainment Weekly, April 22, 2016

Sex robots? Yep, we told you they’re a thing.

"The Sex Robots Are Coming," Men's Health, June 2016
“The Sex Robots Are Coming,” Men’s Health, June 2016

Ariana Grande’s new album, Dangerous Woman, was released Friday with a personalized Snapchat filter, and celebrated Sunday when the pop star delivered an outstanding performance (and minor tumble) at the 2016 Billboard Music Awards.

"Ariana Grande: Her Year of Living Dangerously," Billboard, May 28, 2016
“Ariana Grande: Her Year of Living Dangerously,” Billboard, May 28, 2016

As you know, Hamilton was nominated for a record-breaking 16 TONY’s. The writer, composer, and star of the show, Lin-Manuel Miranda, was also named Fast Company’s “Most Creative Person in Business.”

"The 100 Most Creative People in Business," Fast Company, June 2016
“The 100 Most Creative People in Business,” Fast Company, June 2016