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Apple iPad Pro 12.9 (2021)

Our Verdict It might be aimed primarily at creative types, but the new iPad Pro 12.9 is also the best tablet there’s ever been if portable cinema is your thing For Stunning picture quality Great sound with headphones Hugely powerful Against Expensive for a tablet At this stage, each new iPad feels like an incremental… Read more

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Here’s everything we know about Halo Infinite’s free multiplayer

343 Industries gave us a first glimpse at Halo Infinite’s free multiplayer mode yesterday, and now we’re getting even more information on how the weapons, armor, and sandbox experience will work. Halo Infinite is launching on Xbox One, Xbox Series X / S, and PC later this year, allowing friends to play the free multiplayer… Read more

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Netflix just announced a huge slate of anime series and films

Netflix’s expansion into anime continues. Today, the streaming service announced details for a number of exciting shows, ranging from a horror series with characters designed by Final Fantasy’s Yoshitaka Amano to the next chapter in the Gundam franchise to another Godzilla show. Here’s everything that was announced: Mobile Suit Gundam Hathaway The headliner was the… Read more

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Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart Review: Fast and Furry-ous

Our Verdict Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart takes great advantage of the PlayStation 5’s SSD and offers creative third-person combat, but a second playable character doesn’t do much to change the formula. For + Fast level changes enabled by SSD + Grinding levels are particularly fun + Creative weapons for hectic combat + Plenty of… Read more

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BMW’s i4 sedan is the electric 4 Series you’ve been waiting for

Fabian Kirchbauer Photography The latest EV from Bavaria is a $55,400 luxury sedan with 300 miles of range Months after revealing its first new electric vehicle in nearly a decade, the iX SUV, BMW is ready to pull back the curtain on its next EV. The i4 electric sedan is the automaker’s electrified 4 Series,… Read more

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Rimac reveals the Nevera, a 1,900-horsepower electric hypercar

The Rimac C_Two concept has evolved into a production-ready electric hypercar called the Nevera, and it’s still just as absurd as it was three years when it first broke cover at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show. Powered by a 120kWh battery pack, the Nevera uses four electric motors — one for each wheel — to… Read more

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Netflix will try to make Ultraman a global name with a new CG movie

Netflix announced that it’s partnering with Tsuburaya Productions to create a new CG Ultraman movie, in the hopes of bringing the popular Japanese character to an even larger global audience. Ultraman’s never been a household name outside of Japan despite leaving a huge impression on popular culture — the original Ultraman series popularized the “giant… Read more

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How Initial D Manga Inspired My First PC Mod

My first case mod started when I prepared to attend my first LAN party, PDXLAN 2019 in Ridgefield, Washington. I had seen a couple of simple mods done by others that inspired me to mod my computer before attending. I opted for a very low budget build with a few older components, handmade parts and only… Read more

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2B from NieR: Automata is coming to Fall Guys

Mustafa Mahmoud 2 days ago Featured Tech News, Online, Software & Gaming Ever since it was popularised by Fortnite, many different video games have seen crossover content, especially in battle royales. Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout, the Takeshi’s Castle styled game has likewise followed suit, with the latest leaks revealing that upcoming skins will include 2B… Read more

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The Royal Navy is testing using jet suits to fight high-seas piracy

The British Royal Navy has apparently been testing using jet suits to board ships like a scene out of some scrapped Christopher Nolan film, according to a new video released by UK-based Gravity Industries. Business Insider writes that the tests were conducted over three days on the HMS Tamar, a Royal Navy Batch 2 River-class… Read more

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This speaker uses dancing ferrofluid to visualize music

A speaker made by artist Dakd Jung, spotted by Gizmodo, visualizes music with ferrofluid, a liquid filled with tiny magnetic particles. The ferrofluid, a viscous black blob, reacts to an electromagnetic device and dances around in sync with the sounds being played. The video shows Jung’s process for putting the speaker together: treating the glass… Read more

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The visual jazz of Genesis Noir

Genesis Noir is set at the start of existence, reimagining the Big Bang and the natural expansion of the universe as the violent end result of a love triangle gone wrong. It’s a marriage of jazz and film noir in a point-and-click adventure game that sometimes works better as an audiovisual plaything than it does… Read more

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9 brilliant albums recorded in self-isolation

Home Features (Image credit: The Streets) Novelty of working from home wearing a little thin? Children climbing the walls? Missing those carefree double-kisses and bear hugs from relatives and acquaintances? Or are you feeling something else? Whisper it lest she disappear, but might that something actually be the muse descending?  “An artist is always alone… Read more

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Volkswagen ID 4 review: electric chill

Sometimes you just want an electric car with decent range, low-key technology, and not much else Once upon a time, affordable electric compact SUVs were very hard to come by. There were plenty of cheap electric hatchbacks and a whole mess of luxury sedans and SUVs, but you’d have to cough up $50,000 or more… Read more

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Sony winds down Japan Studio to focus on Astro’s Playroom team

Sony has confirmed that Japan Studio, its internal video game developer based in Tokyo, will essentially wind down and refocus around a single team. In a statement to IGN, Japan Studio said as of April 1st it would be “re-centered to Team Asobi, the creative team behind Astro’s Playroom, allowing the team to focus on… Read more

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