The Fastest NBN Providers According To Netflix

The Fastest NBN Providers According To Netflix

I don’t know about you, but my long weekend plan is mainlining Netflix for four days straight, and I bet I’m not the only one. A Netflix binge is however one of the more demanding activities you can inflict on your connection, especially when you’re only getting up to get…

10 Australian Sci-Fi Movies You Need To Watch

10 Australian Sci-Fi Movies You Need To Watch

When someone says “Australian science fiction movie,” thoughts immediately and inevitably turn to Mad Max – if not George Miller’s insanely influential 1979 original, then to any of the sequels that followed over the years, including the recent, justly lauded Fury Road. But here’s the thing: it was never just…

Celebrate Twin Peaks’ 30th Anniversary With…Cookie Monster?

Celebrate Twin Peaks’ 30th Anniversary With…Cookie Monster?

On April 8, 1990, TV was forever changed by David Lynch’s vision of a picture-perfect small town hiding some very dark and often unexplainable secrets. To celebrate 30 years of Twin Peaks, we turn not to cherry pie, but to cookies. Specifically, a vintage Sesame Street skit (circa 1991) starring…

10 X-Files Episodes To Watch That Are Still Scary As Hell

10 X-Files Episodes To Watch That Are Still Scary As Hell

These are strange days we’re living in, which makes it the perfect time to revisit The X-Files. Lately, we’ve been focusing our binge-watch efforts on the monster-of-the-week episodes that scared us so bad we might as well say they scarred us—because they’re still giving us nightmares. Here are 10 favourites…

The CW’s Superman & Lois Has Found Its Lana Lang

The CW’s Superman & Lois Has Found Its Lana Lang

Christophe Waltz says he hasn’t heard anything about an Alita sequel. Patrick Stewart doesn’t want any virus allegories near Picard’s second season. Get another look at Pendleton Ward’s weird new Netflix show. Plus, Dark Harvest is coming next year, and what’s to come on the Pokémon anime. Spoilers go!

Nintendo Promises The Switch Shortage Will End Soon

Nintendo Promises The Switch Shortage Will End Soon

If you’re like a lot of folks who considered buying a Nintendo Switch to help pass the time while quarantined, you’ve probably noticed that Nintendo’s incredibly popular console has pretty much been sold out across the country for the past couple weeks.

It’s Way Too Early To Start Nitpicking The Surface Duo’s Camera

It’s Way Too Early To Start Nitpicking The Surface Duo’s Camera

The Surface Duo is a dual-screen phone made by Microsoft that runs Android rather than Windows— it’s an unquestionably exciting device. But given that it’s not expected to go on sale until the holidays, it’s way too early to start getting hypercritical about its camera performance.

iOS 13.4.1 Is Out And Focuses On Bug Fixes

iOS 13.4.1 Is Out And Focuses On Bug Fixes

It’s been less than two weeks since iOS 13.4 and iPadOS 13.4. were publicly released. Riddled with bugs, it was never going to take too long for a patch to drop, and now it has. iOS 13.4.1 and iPad 13.4.1 are available for download, and this is what you’ll get…

The First Lego Super Mario Expansions Look Wonderfully Weird

The First Lego Super Mario Expansions Look Wonderfully Weird

When Lego and Nintendo first announced a collaboration to bring the Mushroom Kingdom to the world of plastic bricks, we all immediately dreamed up collectible minifigure sets and lavish models. What we’re getting is…not that, but something much weirder and cooler than your standard licensed sets—and its latest additions are…

10 Nerdy Things To Watch On CBS All Access (Besides Star Trek)

10 Nerdy Things To Watch On CBS All Access (Besides Star Trek)

We love Star Trek. And Star Trek is clearly the number one reason to get a CBS All Access account, especially with the 60-day free promotion the streamer has going on at the moment. But what else does CBS’s online hub have, besides Picard and other Treks, and, like, NCIS spin-offs? We…

Location Tracking To Fight Coronavirus Is Dangerous And Possibly Pointless

Location Tracking To Fight Coronavirus Is Dangerous And Possibly Pointless

How much surveillance do we need to stop a pandemic? As the novel coronavirus spreads, testing and health system resources are becoming more and more scarce, while normal life has screeched to a halt for millions of people under shelter-in-place orders. The solution to both these problems, according to some…