Lego brings countless pop culture worlds together, Anki Overdrive is snappy and speedy, and Fifa 16 meets some of its goals
Trikes usually call for plenty of denim and a mullet, but the new Can-Am cruiser is set to change all that
Top speed: 80mph
Gears: 6-speed auto
Top speed: 110mph
Range: 220 miles
Common sense tells you that if you build a vehicle that’s a weird amalgam of all the worst aspects of a motorbike and marry them with all the inconveniences of a small car, you end up with a useless mongrel. You’ll have an open-sided three-wheeler with no roof, no doors, no windscreen and no seatbelts. You’ll get cold and wet yet you can’t slalom through traffic. You won’t be able to park it in that tight space outside your flat and you can’t fill the boot with a big family shop. What common sense doesn’t tell you is that the Spyder F3 S is about as much fun as you can have on your own, in public and with the lights on. For some reason what makes no sense on paper makes total sense in the flesh.
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No Man’s Sky is shaping up to be one of the most ambitious games of all time, and Stephen Colbert got to see it in motion on the Late Show, naming a fish after himself as he explored several massive planets.
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As the Apple Watch gets more software updates (specifically WatchOS 2), so its capabilities increase. After a 10-hour hackathon event, programmers from Facebook were able to port Doom over.
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