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Uncharted 4 Hides A Beautiful Easter Egg By DMO Affiliate Sony's pirate-themed adventure makes multiple references to another classic video game pirate. ...Read More »
DOOM single-player gameplay By DMO Affiliate Ars Technica's Kyle Orland destroys some mutant zombies on another planet in the new DOOM in single-player mode. ...Read More »
Kendall Jenner Dishes on Her ?Normal Childhood: I Wanted to Be a Vet By DMO Affiliate Kendall Jenner may be the most sought after supermodel on the planet, but in the June/July issue of Harpers Bazaar, the 20-year-old reveals she used to have a different career in mind. "I've always loved animals," she said. "I rode horses for 10 and a half years, so I thought I was going to be a professional horseback rider and then a vet." The reality star was even practicing for her future profession in her spare time. "I used to play these vet video games," she revealed. ...Read More »
Content Insider #457 - Driving Bits By Miles Weston Having grown up in the flat heartland of the country, I feel sorry for my son. Back then, a car wasn't simply transportation; it was an expression of who you were. Bore out the cylinders and put in oversized pistons, add a couple of supercharged four-barrel carbs, rework the shifting and drive train, chop the coils, add oversized tires, customize the exterior, have the interior pleated/rolled, add some dynamite flames on the side and it was a road-eating, date magnet machine. Today, auto manufacturers offer you a computer on wheels. ...Read More »
Content Insider #461 - Clean Slates By Miles Weston Does it bother you that a 10-year-old kid could find an Instagram bug (we call them undocumented features) in Instagram when all the engineers and really techie folks blew right past it? Even when the youngster noted that he could delete anything he wanted on the photo-sharing site WHAM! BAM! the half-vast Facebook team couldn't see it until he took a little test. So they paid him $10K and fixed it. Our truly connected generation just sees things as they are, not the way adults think they should be. That gives them awesome power! Teens admit they're addicted to their phones so they'll need all of the tech in autonomous cars but to convince them to use one will take...awhile! ...Read More »
Mirror's Edge Catalyst gameplay highlights By DMO Affiliate Ars Technica's Kyle Orland plays Mirror's Edge Catalyst. Gameplay examples. ...Read More »
Star Fox Zero review By DMO Affiliate Ars Technica's Kyle Orland reviews Nintendo's Star Fox Zero. ...Read More »
We stuffed a VR wand down our pants (for a good reason!) By DMO Affiliate Ars Technica's Sam Machkovech stuffed a VR wand down his pants to facilitate motion in VR (game used to test is a prototype called "RIPmotion" by Ryan Sullivan). ...Read More »
Tribeca Film Festival 2016: Storyscapes VR By DMO Affiliate Ars Technica's Valentina Palladino visited the Storyscapes exhibition at the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival and experienced some uses of Virtual Reality that aren't aimed strictly at gaming. The VR products include: 6x9 Solitary Confinement - a journalism piece by The Guardian, Sens - a graphic novel turned into VR, The Turning Forest - a VR fairy tale by the BBC, and Notes on Blindness: Into Darkness - an experience based on an audiobook about what it's like to go blind. ...Read More »
A Brain Implant Brings a Quadriplegics Arm Back to Life By DMO Affiliate Ian Burkhart is paralyzed from the neck down, but thanks to an array of electrodes implanted in his brain he's able to swipe credit cards and play video games with his own hands. ...Read More »
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