Author Hope Corrigan
They made one of the first omnidirectional VR treadmills, and now Virtuix is back with a slimmer, more household friendly model. Bring it on!
Jennifer Doudna and Emmanuelle Charpentier are the first all women team to win a Nobel science prize, and they hope their victory inspires the next generation.
Pre-paid credit cards are great when you use them well. And this has LED lights that make it extra cool. But also has gamification. Hmmm…
As a Hope myself, I’d like to explain why hoping for someone to die isn’t scary in the way that the social platforms have failed to do anything about real death threats.
Graphene once again shows how ridiculously clever it can be as scientists discover a way to generate current from Brownian motion.
Take the edge off with some gorgeous images from a new free access archive of Studio Ghibli stills.
Developers are being told they must work six days a week and long hours in order to meet deadlines for one of the biggest games of the year. Still hyped?
LA Comic Con thinks it’s got the right plan in place to protect attendees so they can still enjoy a real life event in 2020. Really? Really???
YouTube has announced it will shut down its Community Contributions system that allowed people to manually improve its automated captioning, just two days after the end of the International Week of the Deaf.
Part Roblox, part virtual tabletop, part Unreal Engine dev tool, Manticore Games’ Core just got big new backing.
The Amazon charts show an unsettlingly large increase in sales of Xbox One X consoles off the back of pre-orders going live for the Series X. Confusion much?