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Electric bikes and scooters, dismissed before the pandemic as a curiosity or nuisance, are getting fresh traction in cities seeking new transportation options as they emerge from lockdowns.
Self-driving vehicles will remain a technological curiosity unless consumers can be convinced they're safe from hackers as well as simply safe on the road.
Great curiosity surrounds the arrival of The Last Guardian, first announced in 2009 and due the week of Dec 6, while Xbox zombie outbreak staple Dead Rising gets a fourth outing.
b>SAN FRANCISCO:/bYouTube chief executive Chad Hurley is surrendering the reins of the popular video website that he started with two buddies as a quirky curiosity and went on to groom into a media magnet that shows more than two billion clips a day.
Courage, curiosity, teamwork and self-control. These are four of the 12 criteria that YouTube will use in deciding what types of kids videos it will fund, according to a document the company sent to partners recently.
How a video game uses magical realism to reframe the way Americans think about debt and homelessness
When the nearly decade-long journey of Kentucky Route Zero began with a crowdfunding campaign in 2011, it was pitched as a surrealist road adventure with a retro look and a folksy tone, the sort of point-and-click-styled game that went out of favor in the early 1990s but was finding new life as a niche independent product.
Looking for information on the Internet kicks off the same reward process in the brain as when we’re eating a hamburger or winning a large sum of money, according to UC Berkeley neuroscientists.
New apps let you ‘walk’ on Mars, relieve pain without medication and explore dreams while you’re awake – wearing hi-tech headgear at home.
Instagram users are not too happy that the that the founders of the social media network, which is owned by Facebook, are leaving the company.