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Episode 10x7; Feb 18, 2017
Elle talks music, muscles and making a difference with British pop sensation Ellie Goulding. Plus, Joe experiences futuristic dating through immersive theatre.
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What's New on Netflix the Week of March 17, 2020
If social distancing has made you already blow through all the movies and television shows you had in your queue, Netflix is dropping a bunch of new stuff this week to help you build it back up again. Read more...
If social distancing has made you already blow through all the movies and television shows you had in your queue, Netflix is dropping a bunch of new stuff this week to help you build it back up again. Netflix users with kids at home from school will be happy… [+993 chars]
What's the Best Lotion for Over-Washed Hands?
Are anyone else’s hands really goddamn scaly and dry lately? Flu season / coronavirus paranoia has us scrubbing up even more than usual—and that, combined with the winter weather, is leaving our poor hands crying out for moisture. Read more...
Are anyone elses hands really goddamn scaly and dry lately? Flu season/coronavirus paranoia has us scrubbing up even more than usualand that, combined with the winter weather, is leaving our poor hands crying out for moisture. Moisturizing after you wash you… [+595 chars]
What's Coming to HBO Now in April 2020
If you’re prepping your stay-at-home calendar with things to watch in April, HBO Now is adding a lot of new movies that will help you quickly fill it up. Read more...
If youre prepping your stay-at-home calendar with things to watch in April, HBO Now is adding a lot of new movies that will help you quickly fill it up. April 1 ushers in a ton of new films including three Die Hards, Slumdog Millionaire, The Flintstones, and… [+2425 chars]
What's the 'Limit Down' Rule?
The S&P 500 tanked so hard this morning that it made the New York Stock Exchange temporarily halt trading. It wasn’t a glitch, but rather a feature to protect investors in volatile markets. Read more...
The S&P 500 tanked so hard this morning that it made the New York Stock Exchange temporarily halt trading. It wasnt a glitch, but rather a feature to protect investors in volatile markets. The limit down prevents excess selling that can take place after … [+1603 chars]
What's Coming to Netflix in April 2020
March has likely brought you a lot closer to your Netflix queue—so close, perhaps, that you’re starting to run out of things to watch. But a new month is on the horizon, and with it will come a ton of new movies and television shows on the platform. Read more…
March has likely brought you a lot closer to your Netflix queueso close, perhaps, that youre starting to run out of things to watch. But a new month is on the horizon, and with it will come a ton of new movies and television shows on the platform. Starting A… [+3681 chars]
What's New on Netflix the Week of March 30, 2020
It’s the end of the month, which means it’s your last chance to catch a lot of programming on Netflix before it’s replaced with new shows on Wednesday. Read more...
Its the end of the month, which means its your last chance to catch a lot of programming on Netflix before its replaced with new shows on Wednesday. Kill Bill Volumes 1 and 2 leave the streaming service on March 30, along with Batman Begins and The Dark Knig… [+2190 chars]
What's on TV this week: 'The Matrix,' 'Sonic' and 'Star Wars'
This week March finally comes to an end and with the arrival of April, Netflix is adding some new licensed content to its catalog. Not that I don’t like the originals — as long as they keep making more Ozark, I’ll keep subscribing — but this week, being able …
TikTok names experts who will help shape its content policies
TikTok has named the group of experts who will help guide the app's content moderation policies as part of the newly formed "Content Advisory Council." The group, chaired by George Washington University Law Professor Dawn Nunziato, is made up of academics who…
What's not clear is just how much influence this advisory council will ultimately have, or if their involvement will help diffuse criticism of the app, which is owned by Chinese company ByteDance. As TikTok's popularity in the US has skyrocketed, the app has … [+557 chars]
Recommended Reading: Inside the PlayStation 5 with Mark Cerny
PlayStation 5 uncovered: The Mark Cerny tech deep dive Richard Leadbetter, Eurogamer If you're craving even more explanation on the PlayStation 5 than lead architect Mark Cerny shared during his in-depth chat a couple weeks ago, get comfy. Eurogamer shared pa…
How Under Armour is making 100,000 masks a week to fight COVID-19Elizabeth Segran,Fast Company Like many other companies, Under Armour is reassigning resources to help fight the spread of COVID-19. The company has developed a "no-sew" face mask design that s… [+504 chars]
Shadow’s cloud-based gaming service now starts at $12 per month
Shadow made a big splash when it launched its cloud-based PC gaming service back in 2018. For a monthly fee, the service brings the power of PC gaming to almost any device – from smartphone to laptop -- by streaming gameplay from super powerful servers. It's …
Instead of paying one flat fee for Shadow's all-singing, all-dancing service, gamers can now choose from one of three tiers, based on the way they use it. The entry-level Shadow Boost costs $12 per month and allows subscribers to play the latest games from an… [+1109 chars]
Apple Arcade standout ‘Assemble With Care’ is now on Steam
If you're looking for new games to play while you stay at home amid the pandemic, you may be in luck. Today, two Apple Arcade exclusives hit other platforms. As promised, Assemble With Care, one of our favorite Apple Arcade games, is now available for PC. And…
In the puzzle game Assemble With Care (developed by UsTwo), you're tasked with repairing a dozen-or-so objects, like a cassette deck, film camera and handheld game console. By immersing you in simple, step-based tasks, the game creates a kind of zen-like chil… [+1355 chars]
Microsoft Teams update helps cut through the chaos of group calls
This week marks the third anniversary of Microsoft Teams, and at a time when remote working is more prevalent than ever before, Microsoft has announced a bunch of new features designed to make it easier for teams to communicate and collaborate -- both during …
First up, real-time noise suppression. If you've ever been in a remote meeting where someone is typing loudly on their keyboard or has the radio playing nearby, you'll know how distracting these background sounds can be. This feature minimizes these unwanted … [+1659 chars]
The fight to save the UK's only permanent video game museum
The UK's National Videogame Museum (NVM) is under threat. The site in Sheffield — the only permanent museum dedicated to video game culture in the UK — is one of many brick-and-mortar businesses that have been forced to close their doors during the coronaviru…
The safety of staff and visitors is, of course, NVM's top priority. Turning off the lights has meant shutting off the museum's primary source of revenue, though: admission fees. In response, NVM has furloughed roughly two thirds of its 18 employees. That mea… [+6563 chars]
The Morning After: Sony's PlayStation 2 turns 20
Hey, good morning! You look fabulous. Even 20 years after PlayStation 2 launched in Japan, everyone probably has their PS2 story. For me, it includes the first time someone set the system up in our dorm room to play Ridge Racer or Madden NFL 2001, but as a de…
The coronavirus outbreak may hurt supplies for weeks.Apple reportedly warns stores of iPhone replacement shortages Apple has briefed retail staff that replacement phones will be in short supply, due to the effects of the coronavirus. This could last between … [+3881 chars]
We need to talk about sex, tech and COVID-19
For the horny and lonely, sex and dating continues during the coronavirus pandemic. While Big Tech sticks its head in the sand, forcing its users to adapt, the sex industry leverages tech to show us how to play safe. When asked about coronavirus and dating sa…
When asked about coronavirus and dating safety earlier this week, Bumble mumbled to press about its video chat features — evasions on par with how the company avoids talking about sexual health. Grindr is at least up-front about the topic; even still, the hoo… [+11336 chars]
Using Lego therapy for autism
There is no cure for autism spectrum disorder (ASD), which affects one out of every 59 children in the United States. One of its most common effects is difficulty with social interaction and everything it entails, like living independently and holding down a …
Play therapy is not new in the autism field; therapists have incorporated play into treatments and interventions for decades. Lego-based therapy, however, posits that there is something unique about Lego itself, which helps autistic children acquire social sk… [+4877 chars]
I went to a sneaker launch in VR because of the coronavirus
If you're launching a new product, you normally want to put on a show with a sprinkling of razzle and plenty of dazzle. That means getting journalists and fans into a big room, trotting out your wares and letting everyone play with the new toys. Unfortunately…
Asics, the Japanese footwear company, would have liked to put on a show to demonstrate its new sneakers to the world. But, with things as they are, opted to embrace technology to show off its new gear. So, rather than coaxing people over to its Japan HQ for a… [+2088 chars]
‘Cosmos: Possible Worlds’ finds hope for humanity in a hopeless era
In a time where it's easy to feel a bit concerned about the fate of civilization -- take your pick of calamities, really -- National Geographic's Cosmos is like a hope-filled salve. Developed by Ann Druyan, the co-creator of the original show together with he…
"This season is based on my belief that we have what it takes to get to a real exciting future," Druyan said in an interview with Engadget. "I base my belief on stories of the courage of our ancestors, the generations of searchers for the truth who have been … [+1911 chars]
Lasers and smart pills could eventually replace injections
While getting shots or blood work done isn't anyone's idea of fun, roughly 10 to 20 percent of American adults suffer from trypanophobia, the extreme fear of hypodermic needles and injections. This phobia can prevent people from partaking in routine medical e…
Needle-free injectors, also known as air or pneumatic injectors, have been around for a surprisingly long time. They use the pressure generated by spring force, a compressed gas canister, piezoelectric motors or laser induced cavitation (if we're getting fanc… [+7208 chars]
Does the Xbox Series X make gaming PCs obsolete?
The Xbox Series X is going to be a beast. On paper, its sheer power blows away most gaming rigs today -- but what does that mean for PC enthusiasts? To be honest, there's still plenty we don't know about the Series X or what the state of PC hardware will be l…
So should you just throw away your gaming rig and replace it with a Series X? Probably not. But Microsoft's new console does signal a shift in the modern gaming world, one where PC players don't always have the hardware advantage. It's a bit of a throwback to… [+2705 chars]