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Overcooked 2 can teach us about good co-op design and building great relationships, so we’ve cooked up a sweet review of the game for Valentine’s Day.
As Facebook leans into sports, non-scripted and select scripted properties, it's increasingly looking to an army of creators rather than A-list celebrities to tap into all three target areas as they grow businesses on the Watch platform.
China is tracking big data on an array of industrial barometers such as power use and traffic flows to take the pulse of general activity and target stimulus measures aimed at mitigating the impact of the coronavirus on its struggling economy.
Mobile phone apps that point shoppers to discounted groceries, codes on chicken and cheese that display their origin, and water dispensers and degradable packaging that slash plastic use.
The Great Work-From-Home Experiment is upon us. Not just for a day or two, but potentially for weeks.
Every day, Pawel Sawicki, head of social media at the Auschwitz Museum, posts several photos of victims of the former Nazi German death camp on a Twitter account that has become a powerful tool in Holocaust education.
Amazon made its case on Tuesday in a French court of appeal to keep deliveries on track in the country, rejecting unions' allegations that it was not doing its best to protect employees from COVID-19.
Nintendo Co is getting a boost from the Covid-19 lockdown thanks to its smash-hit new game, Animal Crossing: New Horizons. But the unexpected boon of a captive audience differs markedly from the one being enjoyed by Netflix Inc, and the Japanese company’s success needs examining for how well it can keep gamers hooked.
Ring has immense control over the video that gets archived, uses police departments to spread its influence and governs how police discuss the technology with the public, critics say.
With concerts on hold to halt coronavirus spread, the gaming world is increasingly catering to music lovers, with artistes becoming animated performers in virtual realms to the trippy delight of millions.