The Collins Word of the year in 2015 was binge-watching, now not only is binging part of the dictionary but it's part of our lives.
This week in Light Start, we all decide to start playing Dota, because reasons. Netflix is planning some interesting clickbait for everyone, we can finally sign up to Minecraft Earth on Android, and Apple\s AirPods 3 planned for 2020.
This week on the lightest start you'll get all week -- iPhone launches some niftly smartphone camera lenses, He-Man will be back, Elon still wants to nuke Mars, and we need this new Dualshock 4 colour.
In this week's Light Start, Huawei's OS has a new name, The Great Hack hits Netflix, Microsoft is closing some games, and Resident Evil 3 gets an upgrade.
It turns out the Kwesé Play streaming box has been disconnected from its partnered streaming service, Roku, without any prior warning.
We've been following along with Netflix's Stranger Things since Season 3 was announced. While previous trailers have proved to be a little... meh, showing more drama and a not insubstantial amount of rampant consumerism (albeit a retro version of it), the newest -- and final -- Stranger Things Season 3 trailer brings the pain. And more than a little horror, to boot.
It's no secret that the Stuff team are massive fans of Stranger Things, Netflix's nostalgia-fuelled horror series. It might be the late 1980s aesthetic, the often low-key horror elements (which come off like well-executed Stephen King), and the fact that the storylines are just so good. Which makes us perfect targets for this Stranger Things-themed Lego set, simply called The Upside Down.
In this week's Light Start, we've got a whole lotta space - thanks to both Bezos and Musk, as well as Netflix with I am Mother. Also: Batwoman.
Last week we saw Netflix decide to drop its AirPlay-capability, so Apple-users won’t be able to beam Netflix shows from their iPhone to their Apple TV anymore.
The December 2018 premiere of Netflix’s Black Mirror: Bandersnatch offered consumers a new way to influence the entertainment they’re watching. Netflix has a growing list of choose-your-own-adventure movies.