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Like many other Westerners, I love meat. But as a climate reporter, it’s one of my biggest struggles, because I know that our love affair with meat takes a huge toll. The planetary health plate diet I’ve been eating for the past few weeks, however, has really helped me put in perspective what less conspicuous animal consumption looks like — and helped me recognise when a little meat is OK. More »

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Nothing induces my road rage quite like a lane-hog. Those people who either take up all of their lane and half of theirs, or putter along at 10kms under the limit in an area where you can't safely overtake. Fortunately, most modern cars have some form of lane-assist built into their systems, which helps keep those monsters in the place. And keep people safe, I guess. Ford has taken that concept and applied it to an equally important place - the bedroom. More »

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With seemingly every actor in Hollywood lining up to be in Denis Villeneuve’s Dune, it makes sense Warner Bros. would finally line up a release date. And so it has. More »

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After almost nine seasons, it’s pretty rare for a brand new character to get their very own episode of The Walking Dead and yet that’s exactly what happened Sunday night. The episode, called “Omega”, introduced Samantha Morton as Alpha, the eventual leader of the Whisperers and mother to Lydia, the young woman Daryl and Michonne captured last week. And she is not to be messed with. More »

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NASA has officially called an end to the historic Opportunity rover mission, ending a spectacular, 14-year adventure on the Red Planet. One of the rover’s most intriguing discoveries, however, came just two months after it landed, when it stumbled upon tiny objects bearing a startling resemblance to blueberries — the nature of which still divides scientists today. More »

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Recently, rumours surfaced suggesting some shakeups for the Joker-ific side of the DC cinematic world, particularly indicating that Jared Leto would not be returning as the Joker. The report also said, according to inside sources, that Margot Robbie would not be returning for Suicide Squad 2, instead focusing on Birds of Prey and leaving that part of the DC universe to be re-imagined by James Gunn. More »

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While you could always see flashes of the X-Men and other comics that inspired writer Gerard Way and artist Gabriel Bá in their Eisner award-winning limited series The Umbrella Academy, the book always felt like its own unique animal. It drew on classic cape tropes to tell a fresh story about the struggles that’d come with being a world-famous child superhero. But did that translate to the small screen adaptation? More »

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Image: @evleaks We've known for a little while now that LG would be debuting its first 5G phone this year. We even had the name - the LG V50 ThinQ. But it looks we may have just gotten the first actual images of the device. More »

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In a twist that literally everyone saw coming, Rolls-Royce is working at capacity to fulfil orders for its new gargantuan SUV the 2019 Rolls-Royce Cullinan. Sales keep rolling in to dealers, so much so that Rolls has had to increase its staff to 2000 total employees (up 200 from last year at this time) to deal with the uptick in order sheets. More »

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Between read-it-later services, social media feeds, and the unbelievable speed at which a Google search can find the exact information you’re looking for, browser bookmarks have become a forgotten a relic of a previous internet age. But the basic bookmarking tools built into your browser can still be hugely useful in the modern web era, and we’re going to explain exactly how to make the most of them. More »

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Image: Haxie Meyers-Belkin, Twitter Last week we reported that an unidentified phone exploded in an international train terminal in London. As it turns out, it wasn't actually a phone. More »

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