Paul Lautman

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Here Are the Must-Stream Movies of February 2018

A lot of Oscar contenders hit streaming services this month.<p>There may be plenty of entertainment options available to modern media consumers, but few deliver as many consistently fantastic options as today’s movie-streaming services. That fact will once again be corroborated this February, when …

How to unlock all of Netflix’s hidden categories: Free tool reveals secret genres

A new Chrome extension is making it easier for Netflix users to track down the content they want to watch.<p>Netflix currently allows users to either …

Hands-on with 5 Android apps you should download in December 2016 [Video]

There are nearly 1.5 million applications currently on Google Play and with so many to choose from, finding interesting new experiences can be a hassle. As we have the last several months now, today we’ll be showing you another 5 Android apps that you should definitely give a shot…<p>Trusted …

Apps

Europe and US remain divided by a common technology

There’s some truth in the observation that Europeans tend to trust governments and be suspicious of companies, and that in America it’s the reverse<p>Three years ago, Eric Schmidt, the executive chairman (aka adult supervisor) of Google, spent some time in Cambridge as a visiting professor. He gave a …

The radical plan to destroy time zones

By Adam Taylor<p>, Reporter<p>Last Summer, North Korea did something a little odd. On the 70th anniversary of Korea's liberation from Japanese occupation, the closed and authoritarian state announced it was permanently turning its clocks back half an hour. The country was creating its own time zone: …

North Korea

The incredible plan to make money grow on trees | Sam Knight

One of the most cutting-edge projects to tackle climate change is being pioneered in one of the most remote, undeveloped countries on earth. Does it have any hope of succeeding? By Sam Knight<p>One day about five years ago, Frank Nolwo, a compact, quietly spoken boat skipper from the upper reaches of …

Papua New Guinea

New Firefox mixes private browsing with tracking protection

Nearly every modern browser offers some variant of browsing that does not leave traces on your computer. Now, Firefox took that concept a step …

'The Room Three' Review - My, How You've Grown

Perhaps it's appropriate, but <i>The Room</i> [Free / $0.99 (HD)], the original one, is one of those games where it's hard to take it apart piece by piece …

Japanese scientists create super-strong glass, but don't call it 'unbreakable'

Rumors of a truly unbreakable glass breakthrough are greatly exaggerated.<p>In late October, scientists in Japan revealed that they had successfully …

5 can't-miss apps: 'Trivial Pursuit,' Launchify, Capitan and more

With Apple's emoji-filled iOS 9.1 update going live and Instagram launching a new standalone video app, you may have missed some of this week's best …

Could a Robot Write the Perfect Pop Song?

Probably not. But that doesn't mean the pop star of the future is going to be a human.<p>Grab some blank sheet music. Choose a key (a major key, preferably). Set your tempo at something moderate, 4/4 time. Write a melody, a chorus, and a bridge, with each line getting eight bars. Add lyrics about a …

Music

18 Ways to Use Matzo for More Than Soup

Whether you’re using matzo out of necessity or not, it’s a delicious ingredient to use in all types of meals from breakfast to lunch to dessert. And with this many tasty recipes to choose from — 18 to be exact — you won’t want to reserve the bread’s consumption to just Passover alone. Matzo …

Alex cartoon | Paul Slade - journalist

Russell Taylor and Charles Peattie's daily cartoon strip <i>Alex</i> has been a constant presence in Britain's national press for over 25 years, producing …