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  • The Morning After: Even the World Cup couldn't escape 'Fortnite'
    Welcome back. France has won the World Cup, so we can go back to playing Fortnite -- like some of the players. We hear more on the two million-dollar electric hypercar of the future and imagine a life with a cardboard accordion, courtesy of Nintendo...
  • UK's first spaceport will be located in Scotland
    The UK government has announced that it plans to build Europe's first spaceport on the A'Mhoine Peninsula in Sutherland, Scotland. The boggy stretch is relatively uninhabited, remote and close to the North Sea. It's also the best place in the UK to r...
  • ‘Disgaea’ for Mobile Gets Its First Trailer and NIS Reveals Details About ‘Yomawari’ on Mobile in Japan
    It has been more than three years since Shawn wrote about how NIS would start developing mobile games in Japan. Times have changed quite a bit since then on the gaming front and NIS has managed to find a decent success on the Switch in the West while game sales in Japan still aren’t doing […]
  • Chinese car giants team up on a ridesharing platform
    It's not just Western automakers jumping head-first into transportation services. Three of China's largest car brands (Chongqing Changan, Dongfeng and FAW Group) have launched a venture that will create a ridesharing platform. T3 Mobile Travel Serv...
  • Tesla Model 3 rollover crash shows its real-world safety
    While Tesla's Model 3 should be a safe car (this isn't the company's first try), it's hard not to feel nervous. Without official crash test results, how do you know how resilient it really is? Apparently, it's tougher than you might think. Reddit use...
  • Watch a self-driving car complete Goodwood's legendary hill climb
    Want a hint of how the automotive zeitgeist is changing? You only need to look at the just-ended Goodwood Festival of Speed. Roborace has carved out a small niche in history with the first self-driving vehicle to successfully complete Goodwood's fa...
  • Northern Springs brings frosty adventure to Fallout 4
    Fallout 4 just got a massive new sector for explorin’ and craftin’ and murderin’. As is the new normal for the industry, this stunning new bit of world and its storyline are all thanks to fan labour. A mod called Northern Springs, which is billed as being larger than any of the game’s official expansions, […]
  • Nintendo Labo contest champions include a solar accordion and teapots
    If it wasn't already apparent that you can do much more with Nintendo Labo than what comes in the box, it is now. Nintendo has unveiled the winners of a Creators Contest that challenged them to produce games and musical instruments, and the results...
  • Ultra-sensitive radio telescope debuts in South Africa
    Another piece of the Square Kilometer Array's puzzle just fell into place. South Africa has officially switched on MeerKAT, billed as the most sensitive radio telescope of its type on the planet. Some parts of the array have been gathering data, but...
  • Terror terraforming tale Tether placed on indefinite hold
    Tether is a game about terraforming Mars. Not for Elon Musk “because I have something to prove” reasons, but because the Earth is dying and the Moon got blown up. You know, it’s surprising that Moon doesn’t get blown up more. It doesn’t do anything except regulate the tides and it’s always just up there… […]