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These Discovery Props Reveal a Tonne About Star Trek’s New Klingon Foes

Details on Star Trek: Discovery have been fairly scarce—we’ve got a few good general ideas, but nothing specific. That’s changed now, because a bevy of props and images are currently on display at San Diego Comic-Con, and while Starfleet is always Starfleet, the Klingons are stealing the show. Read More >>

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Your Opinions About The BBC Star Salaries Are Probably Wrong

Today is the latest slice in the death by a thousand cuts that the BBC is being subjected to. As part of the most recent Charter Renewal - the legal process by which the BBC is allowed by the government to continue to exist - it has been forced to reveal the names of people who have earned more than £150,000 from the corporation in the last financial year. Today, the figures were finally released. Read More >>

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All the Details and Secrets We Spotted in the Latest Star Wars: The Last Jedi Footage

D23 came this past weekend, and with it, a new behind-the-scenes glimpse at the next chapter in the Star Wars saga. But although the movie didn’t offer us a full trailer, what we did get was still jam-packed with little hints and clues as to what’s to come for Luke, Leia, Rey, Finn, and Poe. Read More >>

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Twitter Has Some Advice For Avoiding Game of Thrones Spoilers

Game of Thrones’ latest season premiered last night on HBO and you know what that means. You won’t get to watch it until it airs on Sky tonight, and your Twitter feed will just be pictures of Cersei that are captioned “RIP.” Twitter has offered a reminder about its mute function as well some key terms to add so that you can block yourself from being spoiled. Read More >>

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Jodie Whittaker is the 13th Doctor, and the First Woman in the Role

Jodie Whittaker — best known for her role as Beth Latimer on ITV drama Broadchurch — has been announced as the new Doctor Who. Whittaker is the first woman ever to be cast as the titular Time Lord, and will be the 13th Doctor to feature in the iconic BBC sci-fi series. Read More >>

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Spider-Man: Homecoming Review: Proving How Good Skipping the Origin Story Can Be

Spider-Man: Homecoming is not your typical Marvel movie—and that’s exactly what makes it great. Read More >>

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Why I Will Always Love Doctor Who’s Cybermen

I’m young enough that when I first watched Doctor Who, it was the new era of the show rather than the classic series. So when the Daleks were about to make their big comeback after decades off screen—after being told that they had sent countless Who viewers before me scurrying behind their sofas in dread—I couldn’t wait to be scared by the legendary pepperpots of doom. Read More >>

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The iPhone Turns 10 Today, but How Many of You Actually Bought One?

June 29th 2007 was a big day, because that was the day Apple released a little-known device called the iPhone onto the world. That's right, it's been ten years since we were first able to get our hands on iOS - even if the App Store wouldn't launch until a year later. Read More >>

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The Real-Life Inspirations Behind The Handmaid’s Tale

Famously, when Margaret Atwood wrote The Handmaid’s Tale she stated that nothing in the book hadn’t already happened somewhere in the world. The excellent TV series is continuing that tradition of keeping its horrors as grounded as possible. And those horrors aren’t drawing inspiration from medieval history – it’s all stuff that’s happened within the last 100 years, or is happening right now. Read More >>

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Breaking Down All the Secrets and Surprises of the New Game of Thrones Trailer

It may be the first day of summer in the real world, but winter has come to Westeros in the form of a brand new trailer for Game of Thrones’ penultimate season. It’s jam-packed with footage that lines up with all the rumours we’ve been hearing about the show over the last year, so let’s break it all down to see what secrets we can uncover. Read More >>

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All the Gadgets and Gear You Need to Cool Off in the Heatwave

It's hot. Too hot. Uncomfortable and ice cream-craving hot. In a country where air conditioners are the exception, rather than the rule, we need a few things to help keep us comfortable on the few days of the year when it gets like this. Here are some of those things, which should help keep your self nice and cool in the coming days and weeks. Read More >>

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How to Spot and Remove Stalkerware

As if there aren’t enough tech security threats to worry about, you also need to be on your guard against so-called ‘stalkerware’—those invasive types of programs installed by suspicious spouses, jealous exes or controlling parents without your knowledge. Here are the warning signs (on your computer) to look out for, and what you can do about them. Read More >>

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Three Is The Only UK Network That Will Commit To Not Reinstating Roaming Charges After Brexit

Yesterday was a big day for Europe, as mobile roaming charges were abolished across the continent. Thanks to the European Union's Digital Single Market initiative, mobile networks are now unable to charge you exorbitant fees when you travel in any of the 27 other EU countries. This means that you can call, text, and crucially use data as you would in Britain. Read More >>

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Everything We Learned From The Black Panther Teaser Trailer

We got our first good look at Black Panther last night. It was great and shockingly revealing preview of how things are going to go in the final film. As usual, we dissected the whole thing for you. Read More >>

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Everything You Need to Know About Lord Buckethead, the Spacelord Star of the General Election

The United Kingdom woke up this morning to a shocking upset for Prime Minister Theresa May, and a hung Parliament—an outcome where no party managed to achieve a singular majority. But if you tuned in to the coverage, you may have been less perplexed by the electoral system than Lord Buckethead. Read More >>