China will require your real name for internet account sign-ups

The Chinese government has long been pushing people to use their real names online. However, it’s now ready to make that an absolute requirement. Starting March 1st, residents will have to register internet accounts (including on blogs, chat services and social networks) using their real names. They won’t have to display a real name, but they can’t create a […]

Apple project lead Ted Kremenek discusses Swift 5 & how it is used internally

Apple’s head of Swift development Ted Kremenek has provided insight into the development of Swift 5.0, the upcoming major milestone release for the programming language, with a podcast interview revealing not only what coders should expect, but also how Apple works out what new features to add to future versions. Named the project lead of […]

Pyramids of Giza

The last remaining wonder of the ancient world; for nearly 4000 years, the extraordinary shape, impeccable geometry and sheer bulk of the Giza Pyramids have invited the obvious questions: ‘How were we built, and why?’. Centuries of research have given us parts of the answer. Built as massive tombs on the orders of the pharaohs, […]

Everything You Need to Know About Pea Protein Powder

Pea protein powder is a supplement made by extracting protein from yellow peas. It’s typically used to increase the protein content of smoothies and shakes and is a great fit for almost any diet since it’s naturally vegan and hypoallergenic. Pea protein is a high-quality protein and a great source of iron. It can aid […]

Sarah Hyland Claps Back: Defends Wearing Spanx After She’s Trolled For Claiming She’s Fat

Fans slammed Sarah Hyland for delivering ‘horrible body image advice’ after the ABC star revealed she wore two pairs of Spanx to an Oscar party. She had to remind the hecklers of her kidney transplants! Spanx have long caused Internet wars, one of which waged in Sarah Hyland’s Instagram comments section on Feb. 26. The Modern Family star, 28, […]

Netflix’s The Umbrella Academy feels like a bleak X-Men story

Netflix’s TV series The Umbrella Academy isn’t as weird as the Gerard Way / Gabriel Bá comic book series it’s based on, but “less weird” for this story is admittedly a very low bar to reach. The first issue of The Umbrella Academy comic features a battle with the zombie robot Gustave Eiffel, which culminates with the Eiffel Tower […]