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It feels more like a real hand.
Based on new ESL rules, banned player KQLY is allowed to compete again in some tournaments.
The Japanese games giant may have misjudged demand.
Someone claimed the wave of malicious Google links was just a research project gone wrong.
You might not be able to play video games during your day job, but that might not stop you from streaming.
People on one of the world's most popular messaging services are currently unable to send or receive messages.
PSA: don’t click on random Google Doc links.
SUP BROSKI. ;-)
The DLR German Aerospace Center is pioneering the art of lunar brick-making.
Future reactors might be powered by thorium, a long-held nuclear dream.
The director of the FBI James Comey once again leaves the door open for a law that forces tech companies to put backdoors into their products.
This is just a snapshot of the wider problem.
A new RAND study on the mental health of America's drone personnel offers a raw glimpse at the psychological toll of the job.
Deciphering the mysterious “Vulture Stone” at the 11,500-year-old ruins of Göbekli Tepe.
Artificial intelligence isn't just for corporations.
Mobile games from 'Candy Crush' to 'Tricky Shot' all rely on a handful of techniques to ensure you keep glued to your phone.
Game patches, spreadsheet software, FTP sites, software update files—the digital preservationist is saving rare bits of computer history that would otherwise be lost forever.
In a new study, political scientists are political scientists.
You’ve never seen QR codes used this way before.
A nightclub so exclusive that no one has ever heard of it.