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'Mr Jump' Is the Worst Possible Evolution of Mobile Gaming

I am not on a first name basis with Mr Jump, even though I have spent far too much time with him. I only know that I do not like him and I know that he represents the worst of mobile gaming; a logical, maddening, and ultimately soulless...Show More Summary

How Video Games Washed Away My Suicidal Thoughts After My Cancer Diagnosis

The video games I played were generally fairly silly in a pop-culture sort of way. Batman: Arkham Knight, The Witcher 3, the God of War series. In one way or another all of them deal with suicide. It was a housebound, post-surgery period and I wasn’t working. Show More Summary

Lead with merit and be rewarded with success

Attend Cultivate, September 28 to 29 in New York, NY. Cultivate is our conference looking at the challenges facing modern management and aiming to train a new generation of business leaders who understand the relationship between corporate culture and corporate …

Boeing introduces a laser cannon to shoot down drones

Boeing's High Energy Laser Mobile Demonstrator (HEL MD) fires a beam of concentrated light that can disable anything from drones in flight to incoming mortar shells. Lasers are already in use on military trucks and Navy ships, but Boeing premiered a new version that can fit inside a suitcase earlier last week in New Mexico, Wired reports. Show More Summary

Better Image Capture for your Scanning Electron Microscope

When you’ve got a scanning electron microscope sitting around, you’re going to find ways to push the awesome envelope. [Ben Krasnow] is upping his SEM game with a new rig to improve image capture (video link) and more easily create animated...Show More Summary

What Kind of Punishment Can iPhone Screen Protectors Take?

We’ve all been there: it’s the moment when your brand new iPhone slips out of your hand and lands facedown on the ground. In the few seconds between dropping the phone and leaning down to pick it up, all you can do is hope that the screen is still intact. Show More Summary

Back to the Future summarized in 1.21 minutes is still gigawatts of fun

Back to the Future is the best movie series ever. That’s obvious. And this 1.21 minute summary of the trilogy by Burger Fiction is the best movie summary ever done in 1.21 minutes too. Just watch it. It’ll make you want to pop on the movie and see Marty and Doc galavant in different points in history all over again. Read more...

Best practices for preventing Dridex infections

Mitigating the Dridex threat at multiple levels like file, registry, url and ip address can be achieved at various layers of McAfee security products. Browse the product guidelines available here (click Knowledge Center, and select Product...Show More Summary

10 best new Android apps and games from August 2015

August has come and gone but it left us with a bunch of awesome new Android apps and games. Check out the best ones here!

What Wes Craven Once Said He Wanted on His Epitaph

Master of horror Wes Craven passed away yesterday due to brain cancer. The man behind The Last House on the Left, The Hills Have Eyes, Nightmare on Elm Street and Scream left behind a massive legacy that impacted not just the world of...Show More Summary

The Most Adorable Film Ever Made About the Perils of Space Capitalism

”Wire Cutters,” is an adorable, award-winning, Pixar-styled short about a robot miner sent to another planet and the shenanigans that unfold when he bumps into another bot. It is also about the perils of exporting neoliberal extraction-based...Show More Summary

The 'Real' Dark Web Doesn't Exist

“How do you really go deeper?” one Reddit thread posted days ago starts. “I’m trying to find the weirdest part of the deep web,” another says. “There are some things people talk about and I believe but want to see for myself,” another...Show More Summary

How Linked Data Solved A Digital Age Marketing Problem

Founder of Apiwise and 15-year veteran of the API space, Dimitri van Hees began his APIcon talk by putting this up on the screen: 0641011744. Is it a number? A registration number? A New Zealand phone number? Maybe a flight number? Perhaps...Show More Summary

'Deus Ex: Mankind Divided' Is a New Low for Pre-Orders

It has been a rough year for pre-orders, the practice of collecting money for games from eager players before the titles are even released. Gamers are incentivized to buy early by bonus in-game items and extra tchotchkes. But in practice, the games often fail to deliver on their promises. Show More Summary

Apple debuts new Music ads for the VMAs starring The Weeknd

To go along with MTV's Video Music Awards, Apple created two new Apple Music ads, starring The Weeknd. The ads follow The Weeknd as he leaves the stage, headed for a post-VMA party, and features a special guest appearance by John Travolta. Show More Summary

Watching Robots Get Tackled Is So Very Satisfying

2 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Over the past few decades robots have taken over factory jobs, replaced our pets, and even made presidential impersonators obsolete at Disneyland. Humans have good reason to be frustrated, and that’s probably why watching robotic tackle dummies get creamed is so endlessly satisfying. Read more...

These blooming daisies are so cute they almost look like an animation

2 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Because I’m a human who was once a child that read The Giving Tree and an adult who enjoys Pixar movies, it’s always fun to imagine things to have personalities when they clearly do not. Like these blooming daisies filmed by Neil Bromhall. Show More Summary

Livestreaming Torture Is the Dark Web's Favorite Hoax

Image: YouTube/FoxCompanyPrepping Hundreds of would-be voyeurs sat at their computers Saturday, anxiously discussing whether this would finally be the time they'd get to watch a live streamed, scheduled torture-and-murder session. The...Show More Summary

Here are the signs that point to Apple's next big innovation in computing, according to one analyst (AAPL)

Apple could be working on its own augmented reality technology, which would be a first for the company which usually focuses on mainstream consumer products such as smartphones, tablets and laptops, according to Piper Jaffray's Gene Munster. Show More Summary

Sony spokesman says the Xperia Z5 'Premium' has a 4K screen

Sony's incoming Xperia Z5 flagship will be the first smartphone with a 4K screen, according to a leaked video from Clubic.com. In it, Sony's marketing director says the company will release both a 5.2-inch Z5 and 5.5-inch Z5 'Premium,' and the video (below) is focused on the larger model. Show More Summary

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