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Laptop users are always having to make a compromise between portability, performance, and screen size. The more performance and screen real estate you add, the more bulk there is to the device. However, […]
Apple has always made sure we know just how secure they think OS X is. The reality is that it’s far from bulletproof, and researcher Patrick Wardle has just revealed a brand new […]
It used to be the case that a new Tony Hawk’s game would be met with lots of critical acclaim, millions of sales, and gamers looking forward to the next in the series […]
Nvidia started offering its GRID game streaming service as a free beta on Android-powered Shield devices last year. All along the implication was that eventually there would be a paid version of the service, but […]
Traveling by plane might be the fastest way to get from point A to point B, but with all the add-on charges, it’s also usually the most expensive this side of space travel. […]
You're not always supposed to be happy when you finish watching professional wrestling, and that's exactly how a good wrestling angle is engineered.
Like many subscriptions services that perform the same trick, Apple Music’s free trial is about to expire and charge you for automatically renewing your subscription. So, if you partook in Apple’s grand music […]
The Fallout series has created a world so vast and elaborate that most of its mysteries will remain concealed from all but the most enthusiastic fans.
In an usual event for a licensed game, a playable pre-alpha South Park game by a company called Buzz Monkey Software has been unlocked from an old Xbox development system. One of the […]
They say size doesn’t matter, but in the case of this super small snail, it may be just the feature that has managed to keep its species alive and well. Meet the Angustopila […]
0-60 in 3.2 seconds, gull-wing doors, and the only SUV to offer survival in the face of a world population-ending virus release.
The gaming world is in a bit of a collecting frenzy at the moment, but the desirable physical products disappearing off store shelves are not actually games, they are figures. Amiibo figures to […]
In case you missed it: there is salty water on Mars. The announcement from NASA this week was exciting for anyone obsessed with the Red Planet and seemed like fortuitous timing to film […]
We got new Nexus phones, an updated Chromecast, and a new Pixel-branded Android tablet.
Most commercial sunscreens are toxic. It’s a trade off: you get UV protection, but in return the chemicals leech into your body, producing DNA-damaging molecules. Scientist and father, Mark Saltzman, wants to bring […]
Sometimes a well-put-together movie trailer can creep me out, but that kind of reaction hardly ever happens with a video game trailer. PS4 title Among the Sleep’s new trailer certainly does, though. Not […]
Kirby’s artwork traded not in realistic depictions, but in Platonic forms that speak to a reader’s lizard brain.
What did some ancient animals look like? What color was their fur? For a long time scientists haven’t been able to figure out the answer from the fossils left behind, leaving the task […]
Google’s self-driving cars have already proven to be pretty capable autonomous chauffeurs. To make them even better at their job, though, Google has started teaching them to behave more like humans. Things have […]
Mulder and Scully plan on bringing a healthy dose of truth to the new year. David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson reunite to find the truth in a pair of brand new X-Files trailers […]