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'Ghost In The Shell: First Assault' Set For Release This December

The Nexon published Ghost in the Shell: First Assault game will finally get its worldwide release this December.

How Einstein's Relativity Saved The Solar System

For decades, the orbit of the Solar System's innermost planet didn't add up. 100 years ago today, Einstein's greatest achievement saved everything.

New iPhone Leak Promises Delightful New Display

There are further reports coming out of South Korea that Samsung is still courting Apple to supply new secret technology for a future iPhone. The Korea Times is reporting that Samsung has renewed talks with Apple over the use of Samsung's OLED screens in an upcoming iPhone.

New Facebook Tool Helps You Forget Your Ex

Facebook is releasing a new tool that will help you forget about a former significant other. This tool -- which is rolling out gradually -- is known as “Take A Break.”

Can Deregulation Cut Water Consumption? The U.K. To See in 2017

England is launching an experiment to see if competition can get people to use water more wisely. In 2017, consumers and businesses will have the opportunity to buy water and wastewater services from qualifying providers rather than being locked into their local municipal utility. Like energy deregulation, the overall idea is [...]

How 'Gigantic' Brought A Different Type of Shooter Video Game To Life

Forbes contributor Todd Kenreck and creative director James Phinney talk about how Motiga studio came up with Gigantic, a five vs. five multiplayer shooter game (which also includes one really big monster).

The Razer Wildcat Xbox Controller Won't Get Banned, Razer CEO Assures Us

Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan says Razer Cat, the first tournament-ready controller for the Xbox One won't again get banned for being illegal. He does say the controller is absolutely unfair... a strong selling point no doubt.

'Star Wars: Battlefront' Battle of Jakku Turning Point Has The Empire On The Run

EA recently revealed new details about the upcoming free downloadable content for Star Wars: Battlefront. The Battle of Jakku will include a new game mode called Turning Point, a 40-player match in which the Rebels need to capture thee control points from the Imperial players.

Disruption Derailed: The Utility Death Spiral Myth

In January 2013, a study commissioned by the Edison Electric Institute predicted that distributed generation would disrupt the electric utility industry. The study, Disruptive Challenges, argued that distributed generation would trigger...Show More Summary

This Is What France's New Surveillance Laws Look Like

LUDOVIC MARIN/AFP/Getty Images Since December 2014, France passed four separate laws expanding surveillance authority, data collection, and data retention. Since the Paris attacks (and with several suspects still at large), France expanded its 1955 State of Emergency law. Access policy analyst Estelle Mass has posted a detailed analysis of French surveillance. One change [...]

Intel Finds Its Way Into Xiaomi Through The Tablet, But Phones Are Still The Golden Ticket

Intel has fought tooth and nail to get into the mobile market. Over the last few years, the chipmaking giant has lost billions in buying its way into the market. And for its efforts, Intel has made a fairly sizable dent in the Android tablet space -- Intel has up to [...]

Microsoft Admits Bug In Windows 10 Update: Fresh Installs Now Fixed Too

Microsoft has fixed major bugs with its latest update for Windows 10 - it's now easier to install too.

The Year's Dumbest Comments On Encryption And Surveillance

The dumbest quotes about encryption and surveillance from the last year or so.

Why Small Business Saturday Is Massive Millennial Business

Millennial are shopping in droves, are you capitalizing? Small businesses everywhere are focused on Saturday's Small Business Saturday. Started by American Express in 2010, it's a day to support “the little guys.” This shopping event occurs the weekend after Thanksgiving, with a spending estimate of $15 billion. Show More Summary

4 Reasons Social Media Is A Critical Recruiting Tool

There’s always that tipping point when the future turns into the present; novelty becomes the new normal. In tech recruiting, that’s the case with social media. If you’re not building social media into your recruiting efforts at this point, you’re not really recruiting on par with the industry standard. BigStock Need a [...]

Some Distant Galaxies Give Birth To 800 Stars Per Year

Recent observations from the ALMA radio telescope array have found some galaxies are extremely efficient at producing new stars, with some galaxies creating stars at an average rate of 800 per year.

Confusion is Next: Pandora Buys Rdio. What's An Artist To Do? Part 1

Pandora is in the process of purchasing the interactive streaming service, Rdio. With this acquisition, might Pandora change their approach, and in so doing gain financial leverage over independent artists? George Howard....

Here Is The Reason Behind Salesforce's Unabated Growth

Leading customer relationship management software vendor continued its relentless streak of strong revenue growth in the third quarter of fiscal 2016. (Fiscal years end with January.) We have reflected on the recently reported quarter at length and offer the following analysis. Show More Summary

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