How to watch Star Trek: Lower Decks online and stream every episode from anywhere now

From warping minds with off-the-wall adult cartoon Rick and Morty, writer Mike McMahan’s latest animated show sees him turn his attention to all things warp speed. Read on as we explain how to watch Star Trek: Lower Decks online, wherever you are in the world right now.

Set after the movie Star Trek: Nemesis (but before Picard), the cartoon comedy  show follows the support crew on one of Starfleet’s least important ships, the U.S.S. Cerritos. The show is the first Star Trek animated series in decades, and features a pretty big name voice talent.

The cast includes The Boys’ Jack Quaid (Ensign Brad Boimler), Space Force’s Tawny Newsome (Ensign Beckett Mariner), Master of None’s Noël Wells (Ensign Tendi) and The Good Place’s Eugene Cordero(Ensign Rutherford).

Essentially a workplace sitcom, the show follows the day-to-day lives of the under-appreciated crew as they come up against a host of galactic threats.


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10 Impressive Consumer Tech Products To Watch In 2021

As one of the most important tech events in the industry, CES provides us a great view into what the future has to offer. And this year’s digital event didn’t disappoint. Here are a few noteworthy products.

Often referred to as “the most influential tech event in the world,” the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) offers its attendees a glimpse into the year’s most innovative products and technologies.

The trade show was held digitally this year, and some of the common themes included major car manufacturers announcing a focus on electric vehicles, bigger and higher resolution TVs and connected appliances, along with air purification and UV sanitization products to help fight spread of viruses. Here’s a quick list of what you need to know.

1. Hyperion XP-1

Hyperion XP-1 is a hydrogen electric hyper car with over 1,000-mile range. As General Motors stated on its website: “There are moments in

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Remote Working Drives PC Peripheral Demand: 5 Stocks to Watch

The coronavirus pandemic has radically changed the work environment. With more employees forced to work remotely to maintain social distancing, there has been a surge in demand for computer and computer peripherals. People are equipping their home offices as the work-from-home trend is here to continue for an uncertain period of time.

Home to Office Transformation Boosts PC Peripheral Sales

In March, Shopify provided a $1,000 stipend to its employees for buying office supplies. While several companies have allowed employees to take their computers and laptops home, there was a spike in demand for peripherals like pointing devices, webcams, speakers, microphones and storage devices.

In fact, per NPD data, mice and keyboard sales grew 10% in the first two weeks of March. The report also said that shift to working from home has also boosted sales of webcams. Additional sales of big screens and dual monitor setups surged with 80,000

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