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UFC 241 live stream: how to watch Cormier vs Miocic 2 (and the rest) from anywhere tonight

UFC 241 live stream: how to watch Cormier vs Miocic 2 (and the rest) from anywhere tonight

It’s almost time for Daniel Cormier and Stipe Miocic to go again. UFC 241’s long awaited main event rematch is nearly here as the massive MMA event has returned to California. Sound good? Then keep reading to discover the best ways to get a UFC […]

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus unboxing and first 48 hours

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus unboxing and first 48 hours

With the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus finally in hand, I was able to do an unboxing, offer details about what’s included, and tell you how the phone performs. Update: Okay, my Samsung Galaxy Note 10 are well into day two, so I’m updating the […]

Geekbench 4 benchmark suggest an 18-core Cascade Lake-X chip

Geekbench 4 benchmark suggest an 18-core Cascade Lake-X chip

While the Cascade Lake Xeon CPUs has been out for a few months now, Intel still hasn’t shared any concrete information regarding Cascade Lake-X. However, this recent leak could indicate that, despite delays, Intel is gearing up to roll these long overdue high-end desktop (HEDT) […]

The Bonkers Tech That Detects Lightning 6,000 Miles Away

The Bonkers Tech That Detects Lightning 6,000 Miles Away

If lightning strikes a few hundred miles from the North Pole, and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound? Yes, because there’s a global array of sensors that’s always listening, pinpointing lightning strikes in time and space from as far […]

Even Physics Textbooks Tend to Get Friction Slightly Wrong

Even Physics Textbooks Tend to Get Friction Slightly Wrong

Sometimes you think you have a complete understanding of something and then BOOM—a simple problem throws everything out the window. Let’s consider a very basic physics problem involving pushing a block with a frictional force. These kinds of problems are common in introductory physics textbooks—but […]

New Kia Niro Hybrid 2019 review

New Kia Niro Hybrid 2019 review

The Koreans, for whatever reason, don’t conform to the car industry’s standardised four-year product cycles. So, just three years after it launched, we find ourselves sat in the driver’s seat of a refreshed Kia Niro. Revealed at the Geneva Motor Show in the spring, the […]

New Mitsubishi L200 2019 review

New Mitsubishi L200 2019 review

The UK is Europe’s largest pick-up market. It’s a fact not lost on Mitsubishi; around one in every three vehicles the Japanese marque sells in Britain is an L200. Striding through its 40th year on sale, a new version enters the fray – the sixth-generation […]

New open-top McLaren Ultimate Series hypercar confirmed

New open-top McLaren Ultimate Series hypercar confirmed

McLaren has confirmed that a new ‘Ultimate Series’ hypercar is in the works, which will make its full debut at some stage in 2020 and will be strictly limited to just 399 examples.  Announced at Pebble Beach Concors d’Elegance, McLaren has also teased the design […]

New Bugatti Centodieci revives spirit of iconic EB110

New Bugatti Centodieci revives spirit of iconic EB110

Bugatti has revealed an exclusive new model that echoes one if its most forgotten cars. The Centodieci, launched at Pebble Beach, California, harks back to the EB110 of the nineties and celebrates 110 years of the French brand. Centodieci – which literally translates to one hundred […]

Best Adidas backpacks: 5 great options to consider

Best Adidas backpacks: 5 great options to consider

Adidas has managed to straddle the worlds of sports and fashion masterfully, creating clothes and accessories that are on-trend and incredibly functional – precisely the qualities you want from the best college backpack. Whether you’re after a bold Adidas logo on your next backpack, or […]