We’re back after the summer break (which included a literal break of a bone, so things were slower than we expected…) and this is a short and sweet catch up on what went down and just how important the year ahead seems to be for Blizzard.
Who’s at fault? The Tesla driver? The Tesla autopilot? The Promobot that was weirdly standing on the street like it’d been out late drinking? Is somebody lying? Thankfully, we have footage of this most futuristic of tragedies.
A keytar with the body of a Commodore 64? Very cute. Oh, wait… the pick up actually sends sound into the WORKING C64 to create chiptune vibes that can be controlled on the keyboard? Yes, I need this video in my eyeholes now.
The Bell Nexus was unveiled at CES this year and it’s the sexy four-passenger air taxi Uber has been working on. With VTOL and super sleek design, those pipe dreams suddenly seem pretty tangible.
Sweet, sweet desk real estate. Where have you been all my life? Samsung’s new Space monitor gives back a lot of, well, space, and it also happens to be a really nice screen too!
That new superhero trailer about that one that does the cool things can’t help but tell us things about what happens after that other big movie with the massive cliffhanger. Spoilers are hard these days… but if you’re OK with some of the least surprising spoilers ever, take a look!
You can stick to your boring cards picked up at the local newsagents if you like. Next time I hold a fancy card night, I’m dropping these freaks on the table and causing some mild eyestrain – but all in the name of enjoying some weirdly wonderful card designs.
Extreme medical assistant? Urban taxi? 21st Century mini AT-AT? It’s all there in the Hyundai Elevant concept vehicle that blends typical cruising modes with legs that can turn the vehicle into an all-terrain walker when the going gets tough.
Pretty pictures? Smooth refresh rates? Fancy Chroma lighting? Yes, yes. All those things and more are in Razer’s first desktop monitor release. But when you get a load of how it keeps your cables tidy – and makes cable access a breeze – you’ll really be in love.
With 27 supported languages out of the gate, Google just made the world a little bit smaller with the arrival of real-time translation of conversations. OK Google, you’ve done something good.
Jordan Peele is trying to replace Charlie Brooker as our modern anthology hero du jour. In the process, we’re getting his sci-fi anthology series, Weird City’, in February on YouTube and we’ve now got a trailer to show us exactly what brand of weird we can expect.
Gorgeous Marvel ‘First Ten Years’ hero and villain prints a worthy momento of this killer film sequence
We’re closing in on the end of the first ‘era’ of Marvel Studios movies, with Avengers: Endgame exactly 100 sleeps away (yes, I’m counting). And now artist John Guydo via Bottleneck Gallery has delivered a suitably epic pair of posters to commemorate the amazing era of films we’ve had the pleasure of living through.