Author Chris Button
Seems like North American car manufacturer SSC didn’t quite tick every box with their Tuatara hypercar record-breaking speed run.
We speak to game developers about the year of digital-only events. How did 2020 change their results? And will the lessons make physical events better in future?
Apple cleverly uses the iPhone 12 Pro and Pro Max’s LiDAR tech to further enhance its accessibility services.
No Time To Die may have no time at all if it doesn’t take a chance and go the streaming route before everyone has given up on it.
OK, sending robot dogs into dangerous areas is the entire point of robots. And here’s some footage showing how it’s done. For science.
When your delightful virtual reality headset conflicts with your desire to stop being trapped in the big bad social network.
A new entirely paper edition of Uno is not only more sustainable, it’s prettier too! So what was it made from before? We have the answer.
It wasn’t that long ago 400km/h was the barrier, and now the SSC Tuatara has smashed through 500. Amazing.
An interesting experiment in digital concert livestreaming also feels like a fun, accessible way to catch some live music.
Valve has offered up a video primer on how on Earth those games get recommended to you on the Steam front door.
Neural filters, sky replacement technology and ridiculous edge detection takes how good / creepy Photoshop can be to yet another level.
Gotta love it when a full priced videogame slides paid advertisements into its loading screens. Sorry, wait, no you don’t.
Live music has been one of 2020’s greatest casualties, but American rockers The Flaming Lips may have solved the problem of how to safely perform to crowds.
After recent outage problems, local fans of the latest ghost hunting sensation have been disappointed by a move to remove local servers.