Game studio Bethesda’s successful franchise is full of surrealist comedy, and Amazon’s forthcoming adaptation should reflect this.
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Normal cameras can process color and light. New tech from Metalenz collects information that could help your phone better understand the world around you.
The Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha’apai volcanic eruption and tsunami that have devastated Tonga are unlike anything volcanologists have seen before.
Big publishers stepped away from the genre that spawned Guitar Hero and Rock Band. But a few small studios—and hungry fans—are keeping the dream alive.
Once, I thought I had a definition of photography. Today, surrounded by thermal cameras, lidar, 3D printers, and AI software, I am not so sure.
As the anniversary of Roe v. Wade nears, pressure is building from advocacy groups and workers themselves.
Too Good To Go’s affordable Surprise Bags are filled with treats made from surplus food from local restaurants and grocery stores.
In the face of myriad global problems, Single Synthetic Environments will make life and death decisions easier to navigate.
Sam Zeloof combines 1970s-era machines with homemade designs. His creations show what’s possible for small-scale silicon tinkerers.
For a brief, weird moment in the Myspace-fueled early 2000s, dance music felt truly alternative.
Microsoft is betting on a future more focused on games than hardware.
Airline companies want more time to prepare for the potential impact of 5G frequencies on crucial safety equipment. Here’s what that means for you.
Apple has known about the vulnerability, which also affects iPadOS 15 and Safari 15, since late November.
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Austria’s data regulator has found that the use of Google Analytics is a breach of GDPR. In the absence of a new EU-US data deal, other countries may follow.
2021 was a banner year for Black TV. Still, progress can’t be measured by representation alone—but by nuance, range, and more overlap.
With TikTok-optimized song and dance, Disney animated films have turned into multiplatform IP factories—and fall short as movies. Blame ‘Frozen.’
An indie developer made a shoot-em-up game where the player battles giant viruses. Shortly before the game’s release, he wound up in the hospital.
Spice DAO’s copyright misstep shows how many questions there are about the rules of cryptoart. This is an opportunity for transformation
By adding unwanted wool to the manufacturing chain, this forward-thinking New Zealand firm hopes to save farmers and the planet.
The iconic graphic of a timepiece originated as a nuclear warning. It updates its time on Thursday amid threats like climate change and pandemics.
In an effort to reduce dependency on hard-to-source cobalt and Chinese manufacturing, US makers are finally getting into the cathode business.
The flaws are now fixed, but they speak to the growing concerns around interactionless attacks.
Meet one of the companies that’s bridging pen-and-paper play with the connectedness of digital gaming.
Ditch the dongles. These multi-port adapters maximize your workstation.
Climate change is already killing people, but countries don’t have an easy way to count those deaths. A new project might change that.
All of our meddling has primed Earth to collapse under cities and belch greenhouse gases, a nasty feedback loop that’s accelerating global warming.
The company is leveraging its technology to help clients make “digital twins”—virtual copies of real-life objects, environments, and even people.
Automation is reaching more companies, imperiling some jobs and changing the nature of others.