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Recent articles by Daniel:

Netflix should certainly feel threatened by Disney+

Netflix will survive, but can it thrive against wealthy competition? → Read More

Formlabs promises smoother, cleaner 3D printing

The next-generation of 3D-printed false teeth will require less smoothing after printing. → Read More

Huawei MateBook X Pro review (2019): As good as before

For a company with relatively little experience making laptops, Huawei's MateBook X Pro was a revelation. The machine was one of the best you could buy, with a... → Read More

Apple TV+ needs more than just A-list talent

Apple's 'It's Showtime' event revealed the technology industry's worst-kept secret: the company was building its own TV service. The back half of the event was... → Read More

Why has Spotify filed a complaint against Apple to the EU?

A fight is brewing in Europe between Spotify and Apple over the App Store and Apple Music. → Read More

'Harry Potter: Wizards Unite' is about protecting muggles

'Harry Potter: Wizards Unite' puts you in the role of a protector. → Read More

Sony finally brings PS4 Remote Play to iPhone and iPad

The latest update to the PlayStation 4 operating system has a feature that some users have craved since 2014. From today, the console will now connect to iOS de... → Read More

Facebook won't keep your two-factor phone number truly private

Rapacious consumer of personal data Facebook is once again receiving bad press, for being a rapacious consumer of personal data. The company is under fire for i... → Read More

British broadcasters are teaming up to launch a Netflix rival... again

Too much to hope that UK viewers will finally get Classic 'Doctor Who' on subscription? → Read More

Netflix's three 'Roma' Oscar wins show streaming can rival Hollywood

In 22 years, Netflix has gone from a DVD rental service to the future of entertainment, turning the existing industry on its head. At last night's Academy Award... → Read More

Apple hopes interest-free iPhones will boost slow Chinese sales

In China, you can get an iPhone XS for the equivalent of $53 a month. → Read More

We need to talk about Huawei's (alleged) thefts

At what point do we say that stealing is bad? And when is it bad enough to make you rethink your buying decisions? → Read More

The 'Fortnite' Dance Lawsuits Are Close to Falling Apart

Documents suggest that Alfonso Ribeiro can't copyright his signature move, the 'Carlton Dance.' → Read More

Twitter may let us 'clarify' (but not edit) our old tweets

There are reasonable arguments for and against being able to edit tweets once they've been posted to Twitter dot com. Jack Dorsey doesn't necessarily want every... → Read More

The BBC is giving 'Doctor Who' the VR treatment

There may be no new series of Doctor Who for 2019, but the BBC is preparing a little something to keep fans entertained in the meantime. The corporation has ann... → Read More

Audi teases its all-electric Q4 concept car

The third car in Audi's all-electric lineup isn't going on sale until early 2021, but that two-year wait gets a little bit harder when you see what's coming. Ah... → Read More

Mars One is dead

The company that aimed to put humanity on the red planet has met an unfortunate, but wholly-expected end. Mars One Ventures, the for-profit arm of the Mars One... → Read More

Researchers say Twitter's not doing enough to combat abuse

Twitter says that it has seen a marked decline in reports of abuse, with a commensurate surge in its profitability. But not everyone agrees, including researche... → Read More

DOJ busts gang for allegedly sold fake cars on eBay

The Department of Justice has unsealed information about an organized crime ring that used online sites like eBay and Craigslist to defraud people. 20 people, i... → Read More

Twitter says abuse reports have fallen by 16 percent

According to Twitter, less is most definitely more. → Read More