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Google-owned GPS app Waze has announced that Covid-19-related information and critical locations like emergency food distribution locations have been added to its maps.
The way Franny Mestrich built her town, it has a psychic. She’s really a phony, a Miss Cleo type, but Mestrich made sure she was living in a Victorian mansion that’s also home to an occult coworking space.
The Covid-19 crisis has shut down eSports facilities across the country. But in recent years, before the onset of the pandemic, arenas were starting to pop up in unlikely locations — on college campuses and as standalone venues their owners are calling stadiums in places like Arlington, Texas. Nowhere has the trend elicited more excitement than at American shopping malls.
Is your kids’ e-learning driving you up the wall? Don’t stress, parents, says one expert: ‘Let’s just keep it real’
Parents who’ve spent their children’s entire lifetimes monitoring and fretting over screen time suddenly find themselves enforcing a totally tethered-to-a-device existence.
In a video posted online in December, Anastasia Radzinskaya, a six-year-old YouTube star who goes by Nastya, plays a tough-talking cop. At the start of the skit, the pixyish blond performer looks in the mirror and pulls on a police cap.
Forget about competing on the school track team or hanging out with friends. In the age of a coronavirus pandemic, there's more time for video games.
UK lawmakers meeting on April 30 will question executives from some of the world’s biggest technology companies on their efforts to eliminate the spread of misinformation during the pandemic.
Splatoon 2’s revival Splatfest not only makes one ponder which is better – mayo or ketchup – but it also makes you consider the nature of video games’ limited lifespans.
As a kid in South Korea, Brian Kim grew up with the opposite of social distancing: Coming from a humble background, he had to share a room with seven family members. Those days are gone, and measures keeping people apart are now helping his fortune.
Cynics might tell you that playing video games from breakfast till bedtime is for slackers. But gamers and their fans would tell you otherwise: Playing on the Internet could help save the world.