Entertainment Reviews

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I'm sitting on a busy subway train in Manhattan, listening to some tunes. This is a normal situation, something I do a dozen times a week. What isn't normal is that I only hear my music, and I don't hear any of the train or crowd noise around me. Instead, my music is backed by white noise. No panhandlers or chatty kids or the screech of subway wheels on rails. Doppler Labs's Here One wireless earbuds are blocking out all that nonesense so I can focus on my tunes.

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You don't have to shell out thousands of dollars to build a system that'll make your music — whether it's on PC, whether it's on your phone, whether it's on a record collection — sound amazing. We got hold of a simple, three-piece stereo audio kit with two bookshelf speakers, an amp and a turntable that will handle just about anything you throw at it, and all at a price that didn't break the bank.

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Legion isn't going to make people believe in heroes, because it's not a show about being super. It's a complex, twisted look at a man who struggles with feeling powerless, even as he discovers he's the strongest mutant in the world. But, that might make it one of the most powerfully entertaining shows on television.

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Get you some headphones that can do both: small, portable in-ears that you can carry with you everywhere and block out the world with on your commute, and secure, capable headphones that you can wear to the gym and blast out your favourite workout tunes. Jabra's Elite Sport are wireless in-ear headphones that compete with Apple's AirPods for size and portability, but they also track your workouts and heart rate and give you an idea of how your fitness is evolving.

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Have you ever thought "my wireless earphones are just too big?" Have you ever thought "man, I wish my headphones told me their battery life whenever I switched them on?" Have you ever thought "I wish I could listen to all my music through one earphone, so I don't need to wear both?" Apple's new AirPods solve a lot of these problems. Problems I'm not entirely sure needed to be solved, but problems nonetheless.

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Channel Zero: Candle Cove, the first instalment of Syfy's Creepypasta-inspired anthology show, has been relentlessly, wonderfully terrifying. — that is, until its finale. But even though it didn't quite stick the landing, the show took viewers on a unique, dread-filled journey to get there, one any horror fan should take.