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Recent articles by Daniel:

'Beyond’ delivers the ‘No Man’s Sky’ experience I was waiting for

After a long wait, a 'No Man's Sky' virgin tries the game in its newest format. → Read More

What to expect at IFA 2019

There's just one big technology show before the end of the year, IFA, where we'll see the last goodies revealed before everyone goes into buying mode. As us... → Read More

'Saturday Night Live' is coming to UK screens in early 2020

The only place to legally watch SNL in the UK was YouTube. That might change in February 2020. → Read More

The co-founder of Masterclass wants people to try college courses online

You don't have to mortgage your kidneys to get lessons from Ivy League professors. → Read More

Thank Google for making it harder to find a phone-repair service

Imagine you dropped your smartphone and its display shattered -- something that happens around 50 million times in the US each year. Unless you're pretty handy,... → Read More

Why does the Galaxy Note still exist?

It's not substantially better than the S10, and it's certainly not that much bigger. → Read More

Form's Swim Goggles are the first great wearable for swimmers

What you're looking at sells why you'd ever want a pair of Form's new Swim Goggles more than any spec sheet or press release. Its transparent display sits over... → Read More

Musk's Las Vegas tunnel plans are worrying Monorail officials

Monorail officials are worried that digging work will undermine its overhead railway. → Read More

Spotify adds 8 million paying customers in three months

In the three months since Spotify crested the 100 million Premium user mark, the company has added a further 8 million paying customers. It's another sign of he... → Read More

A student's guide to keeping track of your finances

For many students, their first year at college is the first time they'll be entirely responsible for their personal finances. Such independence can be stressful... → Read More

Twitter reports small user growth and small profits

If you ever needed proof that Twitter has reached a natural ceiling for its user figures, then its second quarter numbers are perfect. In the last three months,... → Read More

Ford, Honda and others agree to California's voluntary emission rules

California has taken an end-run around the EPA on vehicle standards. → Read More

Nintendo will launch a Disney-themed Switch in Japan

Now that Nintendo has finished upgrading the Switch's internals, the company has turned its attention to what's on the outside. The company has teamed up with D... → Read More

Facebook will pay $5 billion fine for Cambridge Analytica data breaches

The Federal Trade Commission has announced that Facebook will pay a massive fine in the wake of the Cambridge Analytica scandal. The social network will pay $5... → Read More

Tokyo unveils its recycled e-waste Olympics medals

Olympic winners will be given a hunk of recycled phone for their victory. → Read More

You might have to be a die-hard fan to get ‘Star Trek: Picard’

We have two hopes: that it doesn't suck, and that the creators know what they're doing. → Read More

Facebook's prototype VR bangle squeezes and vibrates your wrists

If VR is ever going to go mainstream, it's going to need to ditch the bulky accessories while still letting people interact with the virtual world. It's an idea... → Read More

BBC and ITV streaming service BritBox is finally coming to the UK

BritBox, the streaming service from two of Britain's largest broadcasters, will finally launch in the UK by the end of 2019. The service, a partnership between... → Read More

Farewell, 12-inch MacBook, you crazy, overpriced experiment

It was always hard to justify $1,300 on a toy laptop. → Read More

'Doctor Who' might finally get a game that does it justice

You step out the back door of a London laundromat and into a grimy, orange-smoke-filled junkyard. A mysterious voice sings out from a nearby radio, asking for y... → Read More