More streaming guides Best shows on Netflix Best movies on Netflix Best shows on Hulu Best shows on Amazon Prime Streaming entertainment is bigger than ever, and with so many streaming services adding new shows and movies every week, it can be nearly impossible to sort the good from the bad. If you need something to watch and don’t want to wade through the digital muck that washes up on the internet’s shores, follow our picks below for the best new shows and movies to stream on Netflix, Hulu, HBO, Amazon, and other services. On the list this week: The Mandalorian keeps hunting, The Crown returns for a new era, and more. The Crown season 3 Netflix’s stately drama The Crown returns for a third season, moving into a new stage of Queen Elizabeth’s life with a new cast. Beginning in 1964, season 3 follows Queen Elizabeth II (Olivia Colman) as she and the rest of the royal family tend to their royal duties during an age of social upheaval. After 25 years on the … [Read more...] about Best new shows and movies to stream this week: The Mandalorian
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Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II Score Details “The force is dead and rotting in this one.” Force powers are fun to use The Star Wars theme is appreciated Some button mashing enjoyment The campaign is patheticly short Glitches a'plenty Lack of variety The Force is weak in this– No, you know what? I had a ton of Star Wars puns that I planned to drop into this review, but it is just too depressing. There is simply no easy way to put it, and it pains me to say this, but Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II is just not a good game. I love Star Wars, and I always will despite George Lucas’ best efforts to punish my wallet for being a fan, and yet I cannot get behind Lucasarts on The Force Unleashed II. In fact, I lost a lot of respect for the company as developers because of this title. I am usually willing to cut a lot of slack to a video game developer when it comes to glitches. Most glitches are the result of the … [Read more...] about Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II review
Dropping into the market If you’ve ever “dropboxed” a file to someone, then you’ve likely used the popular file transfer and storage service that just had its long-awaited IPO on Wall Street. The Xerox of file sharing companies isn’t exactly a startup: Dropbox first popped up way back in 2007, when founder Drew Houston forget his USB thumb drive at home and created a simplistic file transfer scheme. The rest, as they say, is history. Shares of Dropbox actually started trading Thursday and were hovering at about $21 a share, giving the company a market cap of about $8.2 billion. The value rose considerably today. Analysts think Dropbox could be a solid investment, mostly because its nearly profitable already, has a huge installed base and it’s already very well known. A Hatch full of fun As you might have guessed, we love us some flashy cars here at Digital Trends, but occasionally, something a little more… ordinary gets our attention – … [Read more...] about Dropbox IPO finally goes live after a decade of ‘starting up’
HBO’s Watchmen series has swiftly become one of television’s hottest series, and the show based on the groundbreaking comic book series isn’t showing any signs of slowing down. So far, the series has been filled with call-outs to its source material and clues about where the story is headed, with each episode offering even more Easter Eggs and mysteries for fans to ponder. Here’s what to know about episode 8 of the series. (Note: Plot details from the most recent episode of Watchmen will be discussed below, so make sure you’re caught up with the series to avoid spoilers.) Recap After episode 7’s big surprise, the newly revealed Dr. Manhattan — who was hiding in the body of Calvin, Angela Abar’s husband — is forced to catch up quickly with the last few years’ events as the threat from the 7th Kavalry arrives (quite literally) on their doorstep. In order to process their current predicament, Dr. Manhattan recaps the … [Read more...] about Watchmen, explained: Easter eggs and references from episode 8 of HBO’s series
There has been a whole lot of hand-wringing in the smart home sector in the past month or so over whether the Swedish furniture giant IKEA would be bringing its jazzy new smart blinds to the U.S. market. The answer is “sort of.” But the good news is that at least one of the company’s new blinds products will be coming to the U.S., and will be available in IKEA stores and online as of April 1. Now, we’ve known IKEA was moving into the smart home market for a while, thanks to the popularity and adaptability of its TRÅDFRI intelligent lighting range that now includes a wide variety of smart home products including LED bulbs, motion sensors, dimming kits, and so forth, all controlled by the lighting gateway and accompanying control app. (By the way, IKEA brands all its products in ALL CAPS so if it sounds like we’re shouting, we’re not — just trying to respect cultural norms and keep world peace and stuff.) There are two different blinds … [Read more...] about IKEA’s new blinds for the smart home arrive April 1 in the U.S.