Month: June 2019

Black Mirror season 5 has been available on Netflix for awhile now, and opinions have certainly been mixed. With anthology shows, there are always going to be some episodes that are better than others, but we make the argument on this edition of the Sci Fi Fidelity podcast that all three episodes of this latest
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Dell has released its new XPS 15 laptop, which was unveiled last month at Computex. The base model, running the 9th Generation Intel Core i5 processor with 8GB memory and 256GB SSD, will set you back $1,099.99, but Dell is also offering more souped-up versions at the price points of $1,549.99, $1,949.99, $2,099.99, and $2,649.99
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As an all-new wrestling promotion, All Elite Wrestling has been hitting all the right notes right out the gate. Their prototype show All In made waves, but not nearly as much as their first real show AEW Double or Nothing. The event was both a critical and financial success. They’re a few months away from
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The Mighty Morphin Power Rangers comic just took a huge leap. After the universe shattering events of Shattered Grid and the aftermath of Beyond the Grid, the Power Rangers comics are entering a new era. Not just because of writer Ryan Parrott taking over the comic but the comic has shifted time periods to mid season
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Release Date: June 18, 2019Platform: PS4 (reviewed), XBO, Switch, PCDeveloper: ArtPlayPublisher: 505 GamesGenre: Metroidvania Platformer Castlevania: Symphony of the Night is such a beloved game that it, along with strange bedfellow Super Metroid, inspired a whole subgenre of platformers focused on exploration and backtracking. Today, Metroidvania games are as relevant and popular as ever, but one of the OGs of
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This review contains spoilers for Agents of SHIELD. Agents of SHIELD Season 6 Episode 7 Sometimes a few well-written character moments, kick-ass action sequences, or surprising plot twists can save an otherwise lackluster episode of Agents of SHIELD, but unfortunately, although there was both heartfelt and witty dialogue in “Toldja,” there wasn’t enough of what
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SPOILER ADVISORY: If you haven’t seen Full Metal Jacket, watch it before reading this article. Watch it if you don’t read this article. If you’ve already seen it, watch it again whether you read the article or not. The casualties of the Vietnam War went beyond soldiers and civilians. The geopolitical morass engulfed journalists, novelists
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IMAGE: (a) Red and blue are different metal atoms; yellow are chalcogen atoms. (b) Newly developed procedure. Different TMDC precursors are fed in sequentially to grow crystalline domains with different composition. view more  Credit: Tokyo Metropolitan University Tokyo, Japan – Researchers from Tokyo Metropolitan University have grown atomically thin crystalline layers of transition metal dichalcogenides (TMDCs)
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RIVERSIDE, Calif. — A joint team of scientists at the University of California, Riverside, and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology is getting closer to confirming the existence of an exotic quantum particle called Majorana fermion, crucial for fault-tolerant quantum computing — the kind of quantum computing that addresses errors during its operation. Quantum computing uses
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StudioCanal has announced that the first ever 4K, Ultra High Definition restoration of Nicolas Roeg’s iconic thriller Don’t Look Now (1973) will open in UK cinemas on July 5, and we’re thrilled to be able to bring you this exclusive behind-the-scenes clip, which features cinematographer Tony Richmond talking about the restoration. <span data-mce-type=”bookmark” style=”display: inline-block; width: 0px; overflow: hidden; line-height:
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Researchers from the Yokohama National University have teleported quantum information securely within the confines of a diamond. The study has big implications for quantum information technology – the future of how sensitive information is shared and stored. The researchers published their results on June 28, 2019 in Communications Physics. “Quantum teleportation permits the transfer of
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Despite the hopes of many, Google is shooting down rumors that Stadia games will be cheaper or that they will immediately inspire developers to lower their prices.  “I don’t know why it would be cheaper,” said Google Stadia’s Phil Harrison in a roundtable interview attended by Eurogamer. “The value you get from the game on
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The long-awaited third season of Scream is almost here, but with a few major differences. Firstly, the show has moved from MTV to VH1, with the first episode set to premiere on 8 July. Secondly, Season 3 (titled Scream: Resurrection) has been completely reworked, so you can expect new twists, new murders and a whole new cast of
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It’s a good time to be a Pokémon fan, with Pokémon Sword and Shield waiting in the wings for Nintendo Switch owners, and a suite of other Pokemon titles on the way, including Pokemon Masters, a new mobile game from DeNA. The studio has confirmed that the game will be out this summer on iOS and Android. 
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More than three months after dropping Bryan Singer from its upcoming Red Sonja movie, Avi Lerner’s Millennium Films has finally found his replacement. Jill Soloway has officially joined the project as a writer and director. For those unfamiliar with their work, award-winning Soloway is the creator of Amazon series Transparent, which is set to conclude with a fifth
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