Enlarge / Whatever angle you’d prefer, New Zealand offers some pretty good views… (credit: Trevor Mahlmann) MAHIA PENINSULA, New Zealand—Not a blade of grass longer than the rest, a red “Remove Before Flight” tag unchecked, or a single Kiwi (be it bird or engineer) out of place: Rocket Lab’s Launch Complex-1 looks like an industry […]
As we enter season 3 territory, it’s time to dissect the well-placed references to Stranger Things 1 and 2.
Commentary: The movie is based on Alfonso Cuarón story, but parts of his childhood reflect my own upbringing in Mexico City experiencing the privileges and contradictions of the middle class.
Big, gorgeous, screaming-fast tablet? Absolutely. Laptop replacement? Not until iOS changes and compatible accessories arrive.
Commentary: The film is based on its creator’s story, but parts of his childhood reflect my own upbringing in Mexico City experiencing the privileges and contradictions of the middle class.
Enlarge / Peacock. (credit: Mateusz Drogowski / Flickr) “Why All the Fuss about Sex?” wonders Michael Ryan. He wonders enough to make it the title of the first chapter of his new book, A Taste for the Beautiful. One would be forgiven for thinking it would be a short chapter—consisting of the single word “duh”—but […]
Commentary: Redmond’s ad for Christmas is warm, cuddly and celebrates, of all things, Microsoft Paint. It also has a serious political message.
Bigger than the Titanic, nearly as long as New York’s Chrysler Building is tall, and once carried 16,082 soldiers from NY to England in WWII, here’s what the incredible RMS Queen Mary looks like inside.
Enlarge (credit: Valentina Palladino) Technology is shrinking, but that doesn’t mean it’s getting more subtle. Smartwatches are gaining popularity in the wearable world, but most make themselves painfully known by looking like high-tech gadgets. Not all wearables are fashion crimes, though; there’s a sector of smart jewelry trying to thrive in this space by fighting […]