Harmonix’s Fuser wants to make you a DJ… but only up to a point

Enlarge / You can’t have Coachella this summer, but you can fake like a Coachella main-stage DJ “this fall” with Harmonix’s Fuser.

Late last decade, plastic guitars and motion sensors vanished from the console gaming landscape—and, coincidentally, the same goes for Harmonix. For years, the pioneering music-gaming developer has struggled to break out with a mainstream hit anywhere near the scale of Guitar Hero, Rock Band, or Dance Central.

The company’s last new-series stab, 2018’s DropMix, was a complicated gamble, as it required players to buy a bulky peripheral and a series of physical playing

Huawei Mate 30 Pro review: The forbidden fruit


Let’s get it out of the way. Reasonably speaking, you shouldn’t buy the Mate 30 Pro, not in its current form. It’s a superb device, but the Google uncertainty makes it impossible to recommend to the average user.

Okay, are you’re still with me? Then you’re likely not the proverbial “average user” who should stay away from all newly released Huawei devices right now. In that case, let’s talk about what makes the Mate 30 Pro special, because this is, very much, a special phone.

The Huawei Mate 30 Pro is the forbidden fruit of the tech world. You know

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