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Recent articles by Daniel:

DNAFit's at-home blood test wrote my 2019 resolutions for me

What do you get the amateur athlete who already bought the fancy shoes, had their gait analyzed and owns a too-tight triathlon onesie? Genetic testing, of cours... → Read More

Calling Google biased won't alter the truth

Even people on the committee said it was a waste of time. → Read More

Samsung to develop real products with a fake Supreme

The Chinese launch event for Samsung's Galaxy A8s had a little surprise for fashion-conscious locals, as the company announced that it was partnering with Supre... → Read More

Inside Dolby and Odeon's mission to revive a British cinematic icon

The iconic Odeon Leicester Square in the UK is being rebuilt for the modern era. Will movie fans bite? → Read More

One's Smart Piano helped me play, but not understand

As a kid, I was given a book about a famous doctor who may or may not have been Albert Schweitzer. The first chapter is how he, as a young boy, learned the valu... → Read More

Vauxhall's GTX concept teases the future of mass-market EVs

Vauxhall and Opel, the Anglo-German car maker is a number of companies suddenly rushing to embrace electrification. As part of a wider shift away from gas-power... → Read More

The real villain of Netflix's adult thriller ‘Cam’ is big tech

NSFW: This story may contain links to and descriptions or images of explicit sexual acts. → Read More

Withings revives and updates its Pulse fitness tracker

Just two months after Withings extricated itself from Nokia's grasp and it is already launching its second new wearable. Delving into its distant past, the comp... → Read More

Virgin Hyperloop One recruits former MTA chief as CEO

Virgin Hyperloop One's mission to redefine transport is, once again, going to be led by new people as the company announces a new chairman and CEO. Replacing Si... → Read More

Hit or miss, Samsung’s foldable phone is a big deal

How would I use it? That's what we were all thinking as Samsung's Justin Denison whipped out a prototype folding smartphone. A phone that can open up to become... → Read More

Facebook’s cluelessness helped amplify Myanmar tensions

Facebook needs to do better to fix the problems it has helped exacerbate. Today: Myanmar. → Read More

Niantic revives ‘Ingress’ for the post–’Pokémon Go’ world

Niantic has a problem. It's the king of GPS/AR/Maps–based "exergaming," but it's leasing its empire. Pokémon Go is built on IP it doesn't own or co... → Read More

Hulu lands all of Fox’s big animated comedies

Hulu has announced a deal with 20th Century Fox that will see the majority of Fox's animated sitcoms sticking with the platform. The most notable new addition t... → Read More

Uber Eats makes it easier to expense business lunch

If you're pulling an all-nighter at the office, it's easy enough to reach for your phone and grab something from Uber Eats. It's a popular thing to do, too, wit... → Read More

Spotify is just $6.8 million away from being profitable

Subs up, losses down, and everyone's getting a free Google Home Mini (if they're on a family plan). → Read More

Apple’s laptop line is more of a mess than ever

Imagine that you've got $1,300 and you'd like to buy a new Apple laptop. Which one do you choose? The $1,299 MacBook, the new $1,199 MacBook Air or the cheapest... → Read More

Intel's stunt drones will join the Rockettes at Radio City

Fireworks? Pah. These days, it's all about armies of drones creating majestic aerial displays over national sporting events. Intel, which is making a name for i... → Read More

Lenovo Yoga Book C930 Review: An expensive experiment

The launch of the first touchscreen smartphones made it clear that buttons on mobile devices were a thing of the past. Users readily embraced the new wave of bu... → Read More

Twitter is more profitable despite losing 9 million 'users'

Twitter has announced that it has made a profit for the fourth successive quarter, capping a year of profitability. In its most recent release, the company said... → Read More

'Ghostbusters World' combines 'Pokémon Go' and turn-based battles

Ghostbusters World is a mobile game from Ghost Corps -- the Sony company that "owns" Ghostbusters -- and South Korean game developer 4:33. The developer is no s... → Read More