In Julia Hart’s Fast Color, to be born with special abilities like the movie’s hero Ruth is to be both powerful and misunderstood, and it’s something that puts Ruth’s life and the fate of the world in dire circumstances.
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The Stylophone started life as a kitschy electronic toy instrument—the digital version of the kazoo, if you will—but over the years has slowly developed new sounds and features making it more than just a novelty.
The new Stylophone Gen R-8 is an evolutionary leap compared to previous versions of the instrument, and one that might finally have musicians taking the Stylophone seriously.
Imagine sitting down for a movie. You don’t know what that movie is but when it’s over you realise you’ve been watching a secret sequel to one of your favourite movies of all time. That’s what happened to me when I first saw M. Night Shyamalan’s Split, and it was one of the best experiences I’ve ever had in a movie theatre.
The World Health Organisation has firmly set its sights on the anti-vaccination movement. In a post this week, WHO listed vaccine hesitancy as one of the world’s top health threats to combat in 2019, right alongside other major problems like HIV, Ebola, and climate change.
For reasons that can only be explained by Milburn Pennybags, Hasbro is reportedly moving forward with its plans for a Monopoly feature film directed by Tim Story, and the project’s found its first lead actor.
The Motorola Razr was undoubtedly the phone of the mid-2000s. It was a tantalising vision of the future that featured a super compact body with slick metallic keys and two freaking screens. And while its debut in 2004 came about a decade and a half ago, if a new report from The Wall Street Journal is true, Motorola is going to try to resurrect the Razr for 2019.
Google announced plans today to acquire a portion of Fossil’s smartwatch technology for $US40 million ($56 million). As part of the deal, Google will also get a portion of Fossil Group’s research and development team. It isn’t exactly clear at this moment what specific tech Google is shelling out for — but the acquisition paradoxically both makes a lot of sense and is a bit of a head scratcher.
In the sapphire-to-stygian waters that cover 70 per cent of Earth’s surface, fish school in iridescent sheets, whales sing mournful tunes, and jellyfish bloom like wildflowers. The ocean is a teeming mystery that most of us rarely dip our toes in.
Thankfully, underwater photographers are working to bring portraits of its inhabitants back to shore.
There’s nothing that delights the careful spender more than getting a great deal. Well, what if you could get a great deal on petrol prices and keep it that way for a week?
The 7-Eleven Fuel App let's you lock in fuel prices when they're low and fill up when it's convenient for you. You can save hundreds of dollars on fuel throughout the year. Best of all: It's completely free!
Over the past four months in the run up to Star Trek: Discovery’s return, CBS All Access released four excellent mini-episodes under the Short Treks banner. Except they had a problem that was not quite as mini as the episodes: None of them were actually available outside of the US and Canada. That’s finally changing.
An international team of scientists claim to have pulled off a first: Three-dimensional replicas of human blood vessels that are grown in a petri dish. The trippy accomplishment, detailed in a new paper out Wednesday in Nature, will hopefully let us better understand and study crippling diseases like diabetes.
Admit it: As you moved your way through Black Mirror: Bandersnatch, you wondered what your friends chose. Now, Netflix has begun to let us know.