XCOM 2 advent soliders say some really weird stuff in this “Bad Lip Reading”-style video. WARNING: Once you hear what they say, you may never be able to take the game seriously again.
A Japanese roboticist has built a rig that can play popular mobile match-3 game Puzzles & Dragons with uncanny skill. Junya Sakamoto shows off his creation’s capabilities in a video.
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Samsung has applied for the trademark “Always On Display” in the U.S., which offers a hint that it may plan to introduce an ambient notification feature in its next flagship smartphones.
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Monument Valley fans rejoice! A fan-made Lego set based on the game is getting traction on the toymaker’s community design platform, Lego Ideas.
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Far Cry Primal might not have the same technology as past games, but there are still plenty of ways to kill (and be killed) in the Stone Age. Berzerker bombs, flaming arrows, and a variety of animals are available to protagonist Takkar.
As it struggles to remain solvent, Playdek announced that it has suspended development of Unsung Story, a Kickstarter-funded tactical RPG designed by Final Fantasy Tactics director Yasumi Matsuno.
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If you have a Humble Monthly subscription, you’re set to get access to new unique games from developers that are published under the Humble Originals banner. They’re experimental, but free and “fun!”
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James Clapper did not name specific agency as being involved in surveillance via smart-home devices but said in congressional testimony it is a distinct possibility
The US intelligence chief has acknowledged for the first time that agencies might use a new generation of smart household devices to increase their surveillance capabilities.
As increasing numbers of devices connect to the internet and to one another, the so-called internet of things promises consumers increased convenience – the remotely operated thermostat from Google-owned Nest is a leading example. But as home computing migrates away from the laptop, the tablet and the smartphone, experts warn that the security features on the coming wave of automobiles, dishwashers and alarm systems lag far behind.
Apple chief executive turns crummy smartphone snap into Twitter sensation after trying to hide his iPhone’s less-than-perfect photo
Apple chief executive Tim Cook has deleted a tweet containing a blurry on-the-field photo from the Denver Broncos’ Super Bowl victory over the Carolina Panthers on Sunday.
The photo was shot from the 30-foot line in San Francisco’s Levi’s stadium as the gold confetti rained down on the celebrating team, supporters and Broncos staff.