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Recent articles by D.:

‘The Pentaverate’ is a reminder of what Netflix took from us

'The Pentaverate' could have made a breezy 89-minute comedy. → Read More

ASUS brings updated chips and OLED displays to a whole bunch of devices

ASUS adds new 12th-generation CPUs and OLED displays to a whole host of its laptop lines.. → Read More

'Star Trek: Strange New Worlds' has promise, and the usual frustrations

It's promising, but that promise is buried underneath a layer of the usual nu-Trek problems.. → Read More

F1 returns to 'Rocket League' with 2022 Fan Pass

Now you can play Rocket League with updated F1 cars.. → Read More

Noom is reportedly laying off up to a quarter of its wellness coaches

Noom is shrinking the number of coaches it has by around a quarter as it shifts how it handles user interactions.. → Read More

Twitter admits it accidentally overstated user numbers between 2019 and 2021.

The delta was never more than two million users, but that's still a big margin when growth is this slow.. → Read More

Spotify still grew despite Joe Rogan boycotts and Russia closure

Spotify grew despite calls for people to leave the service over COVID-19 misinformation and Russia disconnections.. → Read More

The Morning After: CNN+ is shutting down

Musk says he's got the funding to buy Twitter, why you shouldn't crash a plane for YouTube clout and how Amazon will swallow more of the retail world whole.. → Read More

Lego launches an Ultimate version of Luke Skywalker’s Landspeeder

If you were looking for an insanely-detailed version of Luke's hot-rod, today is your lucky day.. → Read More

Lexus announces the RZ, its first purpose-built EV

Lexus' first pure-EV adds the tech from Toyota's bZ4X and sprinkles on a lot of luxury.. → Read More

Sega’s Super Game project already has a Crazy Taxi reboot underway

We could see online, multiplayer versions of 'Crazy Taxi' and 'Jet Set Radio' coming in the next four years.. → Read More

Polar revives the Pacer as a back-to-basics running watch

It's a running watch for runners, with an emphasis on high-quality data and no unnecessary frills.. → Read More

FIFA’s streaming service could be the first step to cutting out broadcasters

FIFA+ will live-stream football matches from less well-known leagues. → Read More

'Slow Horses' makes me glad I forgot to cancel Apple TV+

The Gary Oldman-fronted TV series is gripping and fun in equal measure.. → Read More

‘Two Point Campus’ offers evolution, not revolution

It's not a dramatic departure from the template laid down in 'Hospital' but that's not a bad thing.. → Read More

The entire ‘Next Generation’ cast will appear in 'Star Trek: Picard' season three

Looks like they forgot about Wesley again.. → Read More

‘Star Trek: The Motion Picture - The Director’s Edition’ makes its glorious return

We speak to the producer who was able to go back and revive Robert Wise's 2001 Directors Edition.. → Read More

Porsche says 80 percent of its cars will be electric by 2030

The Taycan has once again outsold the 911, but there's still no word on when the iconic sports car will get an electric makeover.. → Read More

‘Diamond Hands’ offers a good, if narrow portrait of the GameStop stock squeeze

The new MSNBC documentary focuses on the people who sank all they had into stonks.. → Read More

Foxconn closes Shenzhen factories after fresh COVID outbreak

Foxconn and Unimicron have announced temporary shutdowns to deal with an outbreak in Shenzhen.. → Read More