Marvel’s partnership with Netflix has given us some of the best superhero TV around (and Iron Fist), and now it’s all coming together with The Defenders. This is what each series has been building to since Daredevil dropped its first season. Since then, we’ve had amazingly choreographed fight scenes, down-to-earth superhero stories, and a few terrifying villains. After Iron Fist disappointed by containing exactly none of those things, I was beginning to worry about the coming crossover event. Would the downward trend continue? This trailer helps put some of those fears to rest.
Still reeling from that speech the Doctor delivered Saturday night? Writer Sarah Dollard packed more than a few punches in the latest Doctor Who chapter, which marks Bill Potts’ first trip to the past.
Alright, seriously, we can stop now. I know none of us want to, none of us think we can, but we absolutely have got to stop cranking out so many greenhouse gasses. Yes, it’s critical. Silly, ill-conceived op-eds aside, we also know that this is going to be really, really bad. It’s not just the polar bears; it’s everything. But we’ve been so slow to act that unless we totally changed course yesterday, we are headed for absolute disaster.
HTC’s Vive is about to get some upgrades. One of the first is an eye-tracking suite called aGlass, from Beijing-based startup, 7invensun. According to UploadVR, the kit will have two eyepieces that fit just inside the mask. They connect with the headset itself, allowing your computer to track pupil movement with an array of sensors.
Nintendo is all the rage these days thanks to the success of the Nintendo Switch. What better time than now to show the world your love for the company Mario built? Thankfully, you can do just that thanks to a new line of t-shirts from Nintendo and Uniqlo.
Fancy that: Amazon Alexa will soon sound more natural to Brits. The company introduced special words and phrases that the voice-controlled digital assistant can use to converse with UK customers.