Its physical tweaks include an interchangeable shutter button in the form of two stickers that allow users to customize the look of the camera. It's also a tad more rounded as compared to the Instax Mini 9, with curvier corners and a "softer", more "modern" look, according to Fujifilm. … [Read more...] about Fujifilm’s new Instax Mini 11 perfects the art of close-up selfies
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Our full guide to the Apple WatchThese are the best cheap smartwatchesOppo may include Wear OS on its first smartwatchSome have speculated that it shows the smartwatch running Wear OS, but if so, that would mean it's running a skin on top of the platform (not impossible - Xiaomi did the same thing) but with a font that looks curiously similar to Apple's own. … [Read more...] about Oppo smartwatch leaks again – a perfect fusion of Apple Watch 5 and Wear OS?
Then, after the girls sit back down, the duo bow and stand side by side before ripping off their masks and revealing their true identities - and the girls instantly start to scream. … [Read more...] about Two British men pull off the perfect romantic gesture by disguising themselves as street dancers to surprise their partners on holiday in Colombia
There’s just not another comic out there like Ether, and writer Matt Kindt and artist David Rubin are impressing once again with Ether: The Disappearance of Violet Bell #1. Few leads are as enduring and filled with regret than Boone Dias, and it’s how Kindt continues to peel back those gut wrenching layers with just the right touch of lightheartedness that is the most impressive. Your heart aches for Boone, but many of these painful moments are of his own making, and it’s that push and pull that invests you in his quest to set things right where he can. If it was more of the same we’d be fine, but Kindt, Rubin, and Kike J. Diaz go above and beyond, establishing a whole new mythos for this magical world that is as tragic as it is beautiful. In fact, you can pretty much say that about Ether as a whole and, if you’ve missed the Ether train, do yourself a favor and get on board. -- Matthew Aguilar … [Read more...] about Comic Book Reviews for This Week: 9/25/2019
From a distance, my story could be construed as someone who “pulled themselves up by their bootstraps” and escaped poverty. I didn’t. I was a beneficiary of the welfare state. It might not have been perfect, but it was a safety net. I had access to good council housing from the age of seven, and to free healthcare and free school meals. And I had teachers who passionately advocated for the rights of children growing up in poverty and encouraged us to believe in ourselves and to challenge anyone or any system that tried to tell us we were undeserving. … [Read more...] about ‘Being poor is not inevitable or due to personal flaws. I know, I’ve been there’