Daniel Cooper

Senior Editor

After training to be an intellectual property lawyer, Dan abandoned a promising career in financial services to sit at home and play with gadgets. He lives in Norwich, U.K., with his wife, his books and far too many opinions on British TV comedy. One day, if he's very, very lucky, he'll live out his dream to become the executive producer of Doctor Who before retiring to Radio 4.

Articles by Daniel Cooper

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DNAFit's at-home blood test wrote my 2019 resolutions for me
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DNAFit's at-home blood test wrote my 2019 resolutions for me

First stop is a trip to the doctor's to look at some worrying liver function results.

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12.10.18
Samsung to develop real products with a fake Supreme
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Samsung to develop real products with a fake Supreme

A legal loophole has enabled another company to trademark the name in Italy and Asia.

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11.30.18
Inside Dolby and Odeon's mission to revive a British cinematic icon
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Inside Dolby and Odeon's mission to revive a British cinematic icon

The Odeon Leicester Square may be a cinema fans deserve when it reopens in December.

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11.27.18
One's Smart Piano helped me play, but not understand
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One's Smart Piano helped me play, but not understand

The emphasis on rote learning is great as a beginner, but useless when you graduate.

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11.14.18
Withings revives and updates its Pulse fitness tracker
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Withings revives and updates its Pulse fitness tracker

The Pulse HR does everything you'd expect, and can last up to 20 days on a single charge.

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03.14.18
Watching 'Annihilation' at home versus the cinema
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Watching 'Annihilation' at home versus the cinema

Can you fully enjoy the experience if you don't live in a country where the film is in theaters?

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01.07.18
RightEye's EyeQ system uses eye-tracking to uncover brain injury
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RightEye's EyeQ system uses eye-tracking to uncover brain injury

It can also diagnose everything from Parkinson's to autism.

By N. Lee,   01.07.18
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