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  • Voorbeschouwen op de GP van Spanje? Luister nu de nieuwe F1 Spoiler Alert
    Barcelona: de plek waar Nederlandse F1 geschiedenis werd geschreven en tevens de plek waar de teams zo’n beetje elke millimeter asfalt van het circuit wel in hun database hebben staan. Zelden spectaculair, vaak intrigerend. En dit weekend het podium voor de volgende ronde in het kampioenschapsgevecht. Natuurlijk blikken we in... Read more »
  • Eindelijk: de eerste officiële beelden van House of the Dragon
    Na de laatste aflevering van Game of Thrones wisten een hoop mensen toch eventjes niet meer wat ze met zichzelf aan moesten. Het duurde even, maar nu is er toch echt een prequel van de hitserie in de maak. Eerder werd een deel van de cast al bekend gemaakt én... Read more »
  • Stranger Things-fans opgelet: Netflix deelt mysterieuze teaser
    Kun jij ook niet wachten op het nieuwe seizoen van Stranger Things? Je bent niet de enige. Fans kunnen hun geluk daarom niet op dat Netflix ein-de-lijk iets over het nieuwe seizoen deelt. Alhoewel… Deze teaser voor seizoen vier van Stranger Things zegt (nog) niet heel veel. Het blijkt een wel heel mysterieuze... Read more »
  • Dit wil je zien: Netflix deelt beelden van Lupin seizoen twee
    Netflix bracht afgelopen jaar een aantal kijkcijferkanonnen uit, waaronder de Franse serie Lupin. De serie werd goed ontvangen door critici en al snel werd duidelijk dat er een tweede seizoen zou volgen. Hoofdrolspeler Omar Sy, uiteraard bekend van Intouchables, is al reden nummer één om de serie te bekijken. De eerste... Read more »
  • Bevrijdingsdag 2021 vieren we vanuit huis met soep en online festivals
    Voor het tweede jaar op rij zitten we met 5 mei thuis. In tegenstelling tot andere jaren mogen we niet naar festivals op Bevrijdingsdag en zelfs het weer lijkt niet mee te zitten. Maar dat is geen reden om niet alsnog een leuke dag te hebben! Er wordt namelijk alsnog... Read more »
  • De Familie Claus keert terug met tweede Netflix-film
    Nederland kreeg vorig jaar zijn allereerste Nederlands gesproken Kerstfilm: De Familie Claus. En die film werd blijkbaar goed ontvangen: Netflix heeft aangekondigd aan een tweede deel te werken. De film verschijnt – logischerwijs – pas in het najaar. In de eerste film ontdekten we dat Jules Claus helemaal geen fan... Read more »
  • May the Fourth Be With You: zo vier je Star Wars-dag in stijl
    Star Wars-fans wereldwijd staan al in de startblokken: 4 mei is Star Wars-dag! En zelfs nu we allemaal thuis moeten blijven, kun je deze dag goed vieren. Wij geven je een aantal tips om optimaal van de franchise te genieten, vanuit je eigen huis. Voor wie wat minder bekend is met Star... Read more »


  • This comprehensive guide to digital marketing is on sale for 98% off
    TL;DR: The 2021 Complete Digital Marketing Super Bundle is on sale for £35.82 as of May 3, saving you 98% on list price. Social media and search engine optimisation (SEO) may seem pretty intuitive, but there's a lot more to them than meets the eye. To figure it all out,... Read more »
  • Pay what you want for this comprehensive Python training bundle
    TL;DR: As of May 3, you can pay what you want for the Advanced Python Masterclass and Automation Training Bundle. Easy to read, write, and most importantly, learn, Python is truly the ultimate beginner-friendly programming language. For those just dipping their toes into the pool of coding, it offers a... Read more »
  • VideoBillie Eilish's 'British Vogue' cover sparks a conversation about women's bodies
    Billie Eilish graced the latest cover of British Vogue with an homage to old Hollywood, and the photoshoot is sparking a conversation about the sexualization of women's bodies in pop culture.  The now 19-year-old singer made a point of wearing baggy clothing for public appearances since her rise to fame... Read more »
  • Star Wars droids, ranked by usefulness
    From the robots that fail miserably at their jobs to the robots dealing with our literal crap, Mashable’s Crappy Robots dives into the complex world of automation — for better or worse or much, much worse. One of the coolest parts of living in the Star Wars galaxy, ranked just... Read more »
  • Here's how to edit iPhone photos using TikTok's favorite formula
    The viral TikTok iPhone photo editing formula makes life look like a sunkissed wonderland.  TikTok users are finally taking advantage of iOS editing features with this "hack," which is less of a hack and more of an editing formula that plays with shadows, saturation, and color.  In one of the... Read more »
  • Facebook's 'help keep us free' plea highlights the true cost of social media. Again.
    It's not a terribly revolutionary or surprising thing to say at this point, but the user is the product for social media companies. That makes increased online privacy a scary thing for Facebook. It's why the company, which also owns Instagram, has been pushing back against Apple's new privacy controls... Read more »
  • Local news is in a crisis. Twitter has a plan to boost it, but there are risks.
    Twitter is, apparently, trying to do its part to resuscitate local news, a vital institution that seems like it's on its last breath.  The social media giant is set to launch an advertising and marketing campaign aimed, in part, at boosting local journalists and their work, according to a report... Read more »

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  • Roberts-Smith witnesses fear retribution
    Fears of brutal Taliban retribution against Afghan witnesses in the Ben Roberts-Smith defamation case have been raised in court as parties battle over whether certain documents should, if they exist, remain secret.... Read more »
  • Fake Uber driver’s $75k scam: cops
    A man was left bloodied and bruised and allegedly had $12,600 swiped from his bank accounts by a man accused of posing as an Uber driver after he was lured into the fake rideshare car outside a Melbourne bar.... Read more »
  • Fresh warning about email scam
    Australians are being warned to keep an eye out for phishing emails where hackers mimic myGov in a bid to steal people’s personal information.... Read more »
  • Hunt underway for ‘shark’ on uni campus
    A manhunt is underway for a ‘shark’ roaming the grounds of the University of Wollongong, and even sleeping in one of its dorm rooms.... Read more »
  • Snake catcher’s wild find in family’s roof
    Queensland snake catchers are always busy bundling up the rogue animals from family homes before transporting them back to the bush.... Read more »
  • Best time to see spectacular meteor shower
    Stargazers in capital cities across Australia will be treated to a weekend-long meteor shower, with dozens of shooting stars set to be visible to the naked eye in the early hours of Saturday and Sunday.... Read more »
  • Tensions flare between France and UK
    Tensions between France and the UK have reached boiling point after 100 French ships threatening to “blockade” a key port.... Read more »


  • Scientists Create Record-Breaking Laser With Mind Blowing Power
    An anonymous reader quotes a report from Motherboard: For the Korean research team led by senior author Chang-hee Nam, a plasma physicist and professor at Gwangju Institute of Science & Technology, their breakthrough in laser science may be a physically small feat (striking an area the size of a micron)... Read more »
  • Months-long Twitter Backlash Had Zero Impact on WhatsApp's User Base
    An anonymous reader shares a report: It's safe to say WhatsApp didn't have the ideal start to 2021. Less than a week into the new year, the Facebook-owned instant messaging app had already annoyed hundreds of thousands of users with its scary worded notification about a planned policy update. The... Read more »
  • A New Printer Uses Sawdust To Print Wooden Objects
    A new printer called Forust is using scrap wood to 3D print wooden objects that are as structurally sound as regular carved wood. Created by Andrew Jeffery and a team of researchers at Desktop Metal, the printer prints using fine sawdust that is formed into solid objects. Gizmodo reports: The... Read more »
  • Latest Search For Alien Civilizations Looked At 60 Million Stars, Detects No Signals
    schwit1 writes: Are there aliens out there? Breakthrough Listen, a privately-funded project searching for evidence of alien life, has released the first results from its survey of 60 million stars in an area looking towards the galactic center, noting that it found no evidence of any technological transmissions signaling an... Read more »
  • China's Emissions Now Exceed All the Developed World's Combined
    An anonymous reader quotes a report from Bloomberg: China's emissions of six heat-trapping gases, including carbon dioxide, methane and nitrous oxide, rose to 14.09 billion tons of CO2 equivalent in 2019, edging out the total of Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development members by about 30 million tons, according to... Read more »
  • US Physics Lab Fermilab Exposes Proprietary Data For All To See
    Multiple unsecured entry points allowed researchers to access data belonging to Fermilab, a national particle physics and accelerator lab supported by the Department of Energy. Ars Technica reports: This week, security researchers Robert Willis, John Jackson, and Jackson Henry of the Sakura Samurai ethical hacking group have shared details on... Read more »
  • When Autonomous Cars Teach Themselves To Drive Better Than Humans
    schwit1 shares a report from IEEE Spectrum, written by Evan Ackerman: A few weeks ago, the CTO of Cruise tweeted an example of one of their AVs demonstrating a safety behavior where it moves over to make room for a cyclist. What's interesting about this behavior, though, is that the... Read more »
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  • Eleven Summer Looks We’re Swearing By This Year
    One day, we’ll show off fits in real life again, even if it takes a little re-learning along the way. The Highsnobiety Summer Style Guide is here to help, ensuring that lightweight pieces still result in heavyweight looks. Summer is a time when outfits are stripped to their core, with... Read more »
  • Stepney Workers Club Oozes Inclusive Cool
    Stepney Workers Club is an East London brand that specializes in vulcanized sneakers. The brand, who is now proudly stocked at Highsnobiety Shop, preaches inclusivity, which goes back to the English workers sports clubs SWC is named after. SWC oozes versatility and casual cool, which is personified by three main sneaker styles:... Read more »
  • Bitcoin Mining Poses a Huge Environmental Concern
    Cryptocurrencies — and Bitcoin in particular — have grown massively in popularity over the past few years, entering mainstream consciousness thanks to companies such as Tesla and Paypal accepting the digital currency as a legitimate payment option. While more and more people are investing in crypto, the power-hungry nature of... Read more »
  • Resellers, Let’s Talk About the Ridiculous Nike Go FlyEase Prices
    Resellers have once again managed to ruin a release for people who actually wanted the shoe, however, this time it’s a little different. The sneaker in question is Nike‘s first-ever hands-free sneaker, which, thanks to resellers, is no longer affordable for the people who need it most. The Nike GO Flyease was... Read more »
  • Local New Yorker Chainstich Pays Tribute to His Home on H&M’s Blank Staples
    As an independent creative or business, you are constantly seeking ways through which you can spread and share your message – be that through food, music, art, or clothing. Our current cultural zeitgeist has a strong penchant for merch and the likes of mini capsule collections, which in turn means... Read more »
  • Paris Saint-Germain’s Prince Collection Is Bafflingly Good
    Reigning French champions Paris Saint-Germain have announced that they have partnered with the Prince Estate to pay homage to the legendary late musician via an exclusive capsule collection. The collection includes a 7” vinyl that features Prince’s hit song “Partyman” and an unreleased live version of “Cool” from the transcendent... Read more »
  • Sadio Mané, Senegal’s Lion & a Superstar Worth Believing In
    Anyone familiar with Sadio Mané knows how important community is to him. The Liverpool and Senegal superstar is driven not by fame and headlines, but giving back to the people who supported him through thick and thin. You might have heard stories of how Mané spends the majority of his free summers back home,... Read more »

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  • Netflix may offer exclusive content through a new ‘N-Plus’ service
    Netflix is considering launching a service packed with exclusive content, according to a report by Protocol.  The site spotted the service – named ‘N-Plus’ – in a recent survey sent to Netflix users. The survey asked users for their opinions on a range of features and content, including podcasts, user-made... Read more »
  • HP thinks you'll be stuck on Zoom calls forever with its new all-in-one
    HP has launched a new all-in-one desktop PC and it includes some new AI tech that’ll ensure you look and sound a little better during those endless video calls. The new EliteOne 800 G8 features AI-powered noise reduction technology to ensure you’re coming over loud and clear, while the microphone... Read more »
  • Android apps to get Apple-like 'nutritional labels' for data transparency
    Google has announced plans to give Play store apps ‘nutrition labels’ that inform users precisely what data the developers are collecting. In a move that matches Apple’s App Store integration of the feature late last year, Google will require devs to provide information on how it stores and uses the... Read more »
  • PS5 redesign rumours go into overdrive, but don't expect a new look
    A comment from a Sony executive over a possible PS5 redesign has got tongues wagging over a potential console that doesn’t impose upon the entertainment centre as much as the current behemoth. However, it seems highly unlikely Sony’s comments pertaining to the silicon shortage crisis currently gripping the tech world... Read more »
  • AirTags make it 'frighteningly easy' for abusive partners to stalk
    AirTag stalking is ‘frighteningly easy’ a Washington Post reporter has said in a review, claiming Apple’s item trackers could be misused by abusive partners, despite Apple’s safeguards. The opportunities to track unsuspecting people have been well-documented since Apple announced the Tile rival, with Apple ensuring to publicise the safeguards it... Read more »
  • Google is turning on two-step verification by default
    Poco X3 NFC Google has chosen World Password Day to announce it is turning on two-step verification (2SV) for all account holders by default. The move will require Google users to confirm logins using their mobile devices. In a blog post Google says, from today, the accounts already enrolled in... Read more »
  • Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 and 2 scores a release date for Nintendo Switch
    Get ready Tony Hawk fans, the critically acclaimed remaster of the first two games in the Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater series has been given an official release date for Nintendo Switch. Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 and 2 will launch on Nintendo Switch on June 25, leaving just over a... Read more »
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