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Channing Powell, the creator of the hit horror television series The Walking Dead, is not someone who is easily spooked.
Jargon's inaugural WSJ column, which could have been written by PR folks at Sony and the American Psychological Association, strives to convince her audience that simply because a child has difficulty putting down the game controller and finding creative, productive things to do does not mean he’s a videogame addict.
Japanese car giant Toyota and investment fund SoftBank Vision Fund unveiled an investment of US$1bil (RM4.14bil) in US company Uber to drive forward the development of driverless ride-sharing services.
Chatrooms and online forums can be helpful to parents and families who have been touched by autism and are clueless as to how to handle their situation. But are they all good?
Zurini Hasbullah, from Kuching, Sarawak, is a regular contributor to the Autisme Malaysia FB page.
One of the most improbable ideas from Google’s eccentric co-founders – using high-altitude balloons to provide Internet connections – is getting a boost from another unconventional technology mogul.
Parents complain they cannot halt their son’s exposure to porn and violent games.
Fighting games may be simple in concept, but they’re incredibly complicated. Beneath the hood of combat lies a complex web of frame data and hit boxes.
Fire and ice as Chinese ‘Game Of Thrones’ fans go online to voice disappointment over latest episode (spoiler alert!)
Final season of hit show begins to stretch credulity and its followers are not happy; plot twists and a continuity error involving Starbucks cup set tongues wagging. (Spoiler alert!)
Google unveiled a slew of new privacy features at its annual developer conference on May 7, but the Internet giant also gave users new reasons to give the company even more of their personal information.