Roblox has exploded over the past two years. It’s not quite a game and not quite a development platform, allowing players to boot up millions of user-made projects, or create their own games and immediately publish them across all supported …Read more ›
With people still raging over NES Classic Edition’s abrupt discontinuation, and hype through the roof for the upcoming SNES Classic Edition, it feels inevitable that a Nintendo 64 Classic Edition will be released in the future.
And now …Read more ›
Another lawsuit for Uber.
In a dramatic turn of events (just kidding, we’re getting used to this) Uber was hit with another lawsuit this week.
And just like the one filed in Washington, D.C., last month, this one is related …Read more ›
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GIFs can do more than add a sassy quip to the end of your tweet. Now, they can even help you learn a new language.
Giphy released an extensive GIF library on Thursday with more than …Read more ›
Earlier this year, Facebook was spotted testing a new type of News Feed – one that designed to help you discover content across the social network, beyond posts from friends and Pages you already follow. During tests, the feed was …Read more ›
The island of Singapore is getting a whole lot more pedal power.
One of China’s most aggressive bike-sharing companies, ofo, has launched 1,000 bikes in Singapore over the weekend, the Straits Times reported.
With this, it’s joined another …Read more ›
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The Hearthstone Global Games are almost upon us and voting for your favorite player in your home country will earn you some free Whispers of the Old Gods cards.
Similar to the Overwatch World Cup, …Read more ›
When Carlo Borquez Schwarzbeck was growing up he always loved the work he saw going on around his family’s farm. But without the aptitude for it, Schwarzbeck chose to go the business school route. Now, with his Los Angeles-based startup …Read more ›
YouTube’s experimental app Uptime, which lets you watch videos with friends while reacting and commenting, has now opened up to all users. The app was first launched in March of this year, from Google’s internal incubator, Area 120, as a …Read more ›
The Surface Pro is everything we’ve ever wanted from Microsoft’s Surface line. It fixes the few remaining problems from the Surface Pro 4, a machine that I adored. And yet, it’s far less exciting than its predecessors. It’s the second …Read more ›