Even though the main appeal of Magic the Gathering is in-person play, I rediscovered it at home in my PJs and am back in love.
Samsung has new TVs, and now is a good time to get excited about Neo QLED, even if it means you need to learn a new acronym.
With the arrival of Star on Disney+ we take the chance to look at the state of the scene. Is there too much or is this the Cambrian explosion we need?
Is there such thing as a good gaming chair? The answer is a qualified yes. Here’s our review of the Anda Seat Kaiser 2.
Something like a cartoon figure that can be animated or expressed in pre-defined stickers seems like something small, but Memoji matter.
Juliet Landau’s new movie explores abuse inflicted by narcissists. Plus we talk about the wild list of guest stars and, of course, Buffy.
An all-new, all-different Byteside as Alice and Chris join Seamus for the start of a new era.
Flowers made out of Lego are less likely to die than regular flowers. But do they look any good? And are they fun to build?
We’re a year into the pandemic, and masks help reduce the spread when worn properly. So where are the good public health education campaigns?
The new Lego botanical sets sure look pretty, but what are they like to build? Find out in this detailed bag-by-bag review. Spoiler: frogs.
After more than a week I am in love with the AirPods Max audio, but there are some niggling issues that detract from the experience.
I Hate New Years is one of the best queer holiday rom coms ever. Not just because there isn’t a lot of competition. It’s actually good.
From affordable to stratospheric, the Byteside team has put together your 2020 gift guide, with tech, games, plants, art, and so much more!
From clothes to PPE, A/C to CPR, the world has been designed for cis-men. Let’s stop pretending ‘unisex’ designs are truly made for women too.
Sure, gaming chairs look cool. But why do they hate our bodies so much? And why do we keep pushing through the pain?
Apple’s new, tiny smart speaker is my secret to productivity. Plus it sounds great and works as an intercom, which allows for shenanigans.