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Another month, another indie game made manifest thanks to IndieBox. This month’s game is Guacamelee! Super Turbo Championship Edition. Actually, it’s both STCE and Guacamelee! Gold, with Steam keys for both. The box […]
If you look at many of the big tech companies across the US, they attract employees not just by offering great pay, but with perks including on-site restaurants, laundry services, generous holiday and […]
Adobe’s Flash plugin might have had its place on the web years ago, but the last few years have been marked by a move away from Flash to more efficient technologies. Now the […]
Spider-Man has been described as everything from “spectacular” and “amazing” to “sensational” and even “superior,” but can he effortlessly float from great heights and steer himself home? No, but the two-inch-long nocturnal Selenops hunting […]
Everyone’s excited about the Final Fantasy VII remake eventually coming before the robot uprising (but not before the director discovered he was directing). Some people are excited about the PC port of FFVII […]
The Hearthstone Grand Tournament expansion is upon us, and Blizzard has announced that the new 132 cards will be fully available to users on August 24. Yes, The Grand Tournament is almost live, but […]
Have you ever wondered what the films of the ’80s would look like if they were done with today’s technology? We’re pretty sure they’d look exactly like Turbo Kid, which debuted at Cannes […]
The the English resort town of Weston-super-Mare is about to become an art instillation riff on the happiest place on Earth. British street artist Banksy, whose true identity still remains a secret, has […]
Imagine hitting the road for a cross country trip and only having to stop to recharge your car. Or you need some extra time going through the details on that latest business proposal, but you […]
From robotic exoskeletons that give soldiers superhuman strength to drone helicopters that "learn" as they fly, this is the future of war.
One of the recent surprise announcements made by Microsoft is that the Xbox One was getting, and now has backwards compatibility implemented for Xbox 360 games. It’s being handled in software by emulating […]
Hold off buying a 2DS for a couple of weeks to save yourself $30 and still get a free game with the handheld.
If you want to learn how to edit video, create a song from scratch, or develop your very first app, Lynda.com is the all-in-one online learning resource you need. Better yet, Lynda.com is […]
Dell’s latest laptop is no Ultrabook. In fact, it’s an Ultrabook-crushing titan with more processing and graphical muscle than a lot of desktop computers. The Alienware 18 is obviously not built for the […]
Every developer creating and running an online game needs to hope for the best, but plan for the worst once the game is live. The worst includes coming up with a way to […]
Apple's annual iPad refresh thought to include a 12.9-inch iPad Pro with higher resolution screen and optional Force Touch stylus.
Amazon Flex has arrived in Kirkland, Washington, but what does that mean? No one’s quite sure just yet. The new facility is split between two sections, one marked for Amazon Now, the same […]
Chinese OEM Xiaomi just released a major update to their Android-based Miui OS, and their “less is more” claim from previous releases doesn’t just apply to design this time. Phones running Miui 7 […]
What came first, the xenomorph or the egg? Ridley Scott attempted to answer that question with Prometheus, but a more important one right now might be, which will hit theaters first, Alien 5 […]
In February 2014 Sony announced it had sold the Vaio PC business to an investment fund called Japan Industrial Partner (JIP). With the sale, Vaio laptops disappeared from sale and were set to […]