The Razer Blade 15 Advanced Is the MacBook Pro of Gaming Laptops

The Razer Blade 15 Advanced Is the MacBook Pro of Gaming Laptops

For years I’ve considered the Razer Blade 15 to be the closest thing you can get to a MacBook Pro for gamers. Sure, it doesn’t run macOS, but no other non-Apple computer does either, at least not legally. Like a MacBook Pro, the Razer Blade 15 has an understated, minimalist…

Artificial Intelligence is Now Being Used to Resolve Divorces

Artificial Intelligence is Now Being Used to Resolve Divorces

An online app called Amica is now using artificial intelligence to help separating couples make parenting arrangements and divide their assets. For many people, the coronavirus pandemic has put even the strongest of relationships to the test. A May survey conducted by Relationships Australia found 42% of 739 respondents experienced…

The Cheapest and Most Expensive Mobile Data Around the World

The Cheapest and Most Expensive Mobile Data Around the World

A recent study has revealed the average cost of 1GB mobile data in most countries of the world. Some are incredibly cheap. Others will make spit out your morning coffee. And as it turns out, Australia isn’t doing so bad. Comparison site cable.co.uk released the data in early July, revealing…

The Best Tech Deals from Click Frenzy’s Latest Sale

The Best Tech Deals from Click Frenzy’s Latest Sale

We all bloody love a good deal, don’t we? Well, today’s your lucky day, because Click Frenzy’s Julove 2020 event is packed full of them. From laptops to smartwatches to phone plans, these are the best deals currently getting around. Most of these sales will end on July 24, so…

Spotify Is Doing Video Podcasts Now, Too

Spotify Is Doing Video Podcasts Now, Too

As part of its hard-lean pivot to Podcast King, Spotify is now bringing video podcasts to its platform, complete with seamless multitasking support if you prefer to listen instead.

5 Shows and Movies to Put You Back on the Convention Floor

5 Shows and Movies to Put You Back on the Convention Floor

Whether it’s because of a can’t make it to our favourite fan conventions. Fortunately, if we want to recreate that classic convention experience ” all we have to do is turn on the television. These are the five best movies and TV episodes set at fan cons.

Saving the Pug

Saving the Pug

I don’t even know when it happened. There was no childhood neighbour with a pug in tow; no famous TV or movie depiction that played over and over in my head growing up. All I know is that I entered my 20s with a healthy appreciation of dogs in general,…

The OnePlus Nord Is Such a Tease

The OnePlus Nord Is Such a Tease

As good as the OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 Pro are, the OnePlus Nord might be the company’s most exciting phone of the year. Not only does the Nord include a lot of the specs and features we love about the OnePlus 8, but its combination of price and components…

Jeff Bezos Makes $US13 ($19) Billion in One Day During Pandemic

Jeff Bezos Makes $US13 ($19) Billion in One Day During Pandemic

The U.S. is hanging on the precipice of economic collapse, with around 25 million Americans slated to be kicked off extended coronavirus pandemic uninsurance later this week and the White House mulling tax cuts and screw you as a replacement. But every cloud has an obscene silver lining: world’s richest…

Zack Snyder Considers His Justice League Cut to Be Mostly Standalone

Zack Snyder Considers His Justice League Cut to Be Mostly Standalone

Changing a movie that’s already been released causes many fascinating challenges. In the case of Zack Snyder’s Justice League, one of those challenges is the fact that other DCEU movies took what happened in the theatrical cut as gospel. So where does that leave the “Snyder Cut”? Snyder himself has…

If You Can’t Wait For The 2021 Ford Raptor, There’s Already A Chinese Knockoff

If You Can’t Wait For The 2021 Ford Raptor, There’s Already A Chinese Knockoff

While China was once infamous for their automotive acts of, charitably, near-plagiarism, over the last decade or so the larger Chinese automakers have distanced themselves from this practice and done a lot to define a uniquely Chinese design language for their cars. That doesn’t mean that everyone is doing that,…

Study Finds That Facebook Is Full Of Transphobes, Just As We Suspected

Study Finds That Facebook Is Full Of Transphobes, Just As We Suspected

Those who identify as part of the LGBTQIA+ community are often the targets of online harassment, and those threats can have fatal consequences. The transgender community in particular faces targeted attacked that are oftentimes “inhumane” or “abusive,” according to a new study from watchdog nonprofit Media Matters for America, and, in some…

How to do Surgery in Space

How to do Surgery in Space

Earlier this year, it was reported that an astronaut in space had developed a potentially life-threatening blood clot in the neck. This was successfully treated with medication by doctors on Earth, avoiding surgery. But given that space agencies and private spaceflight companies have committed to landing humans on Mars in…

Henry, the Hedgehog Finder, Is a Very Good Boy

Henry, the Hedgehog Finder, Is a Very Good Boy

Henry isn’t your average dog. When his little black nose wiggles toward a smell, it’s not usually a snack or treat. Hell, it’s not usually a smell he even likes. Henry, a 4-year-old black and white English springer spaniel, has been trained to find hedgehogs. He’s damn good at it,…

Some Ticks Pee All Over Themselves While They Suck Blood

Some Ticks Pee All Over Themselves While They Suck Blood

Right now, as summer broils the northern hemisphere, countless animals are trying to dump heat. Dogs are panting. Burrowing animals are scurrying underground. Humans are sweating buckets (and we’re extremely good at sweating). But when ticks need to cool off, they really commit. In a blow to the sterling reputation…

McMansions Will Doom Us All

McMansions Will Doom Us All

If you needed another reason to eat the rich, here it is. A new study has concluded that high-income residents in the U.S. emit an average of 25% more greenhouse gas emissions than low-income residents through their energy use.