Monthly Archives: November 2015

There aren’t enough Warhammer games (no really)

It’s easy to be cynical about the glut of video games based on Games Workshop properties. In the last two years they’ve been coming out too fast to keep up with, like there’s some horrifying mutated creature squatting out new … Read the rest of this entry

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Rainbow Six Siege review in progress

So far, I’ve spent eight hours or so blowing up walls, extracting hostages, and laying traps in  Rainbow Six Siege. The catch: most of this was from an early review event, and while it gave me some quality time with … Read the rest of this entry

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Gates, Zuckerberg and Bezos invest in huge clean energy fund

After announcing the Mission Innovation program to convince nations to double their clean energy investment budgets, Bill Gates has launched another massive initiative at the United Nations Climate Change conference in Paris. The Breakthrough Energy… Engadget RSS Feed

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Scientists show that gene editing can ‘turn off’ human diseases

Gene editing has already been used to fight diseases, but there's now hope that it might eliminate the diseases altgether. Researchers have shown that it's possible to eliminate facial muscular dystrophy using a newer editing technique, CRISPR (Clus… Engadget RSS … Read the rest of this entry

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Spectacular meteor storms modded into GTA 5

This week on Ye Olde Mod Roundup, massive meteors fall like rain thanks to GTA 5′s finest mod-maker. Meanwhile, another clever modder uncovers a hidden harpoon gun in Fallout 4. Also, a popular Europa Universalis mod makes its way to Crusader Kings 2, … Read the rest of this entry

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Inhabitat’s Week in Green: Tesla Model S recall, and more!

When a problem comes along, you must fix it. This week Tesla noticed a defective seatbelt in one of its Model S sedans, so the automaker immediately issued a recall for all 90,000 vehicles on the road out of "an … Read the rest of this entry

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Amazon’s new Fire TV can talk to your connected home

Amazon's Echo speaker and 4K Fire TV just got much better at handling around-the-house tasks. The Fire TV now controls smart home devices with a simple voice command — you can ask it to dim the lights right before you … Read the rest of this entry

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This ‘Super Mario Bros.’ watch will cost you $18,950

How much of a Nintendo fan are you? Enough that you could spend as much as you would on a car, just to show the world where your allegiances lie? You'll want to talk to luxury watchmaker Romain Jerome, then. … Read the rest of this entry

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The week’s highs and lows in PC gaming

THE HIGHS Tyler Wilde: Gone in a flash Steam’s big sales—the latest is dubbed the ‘Exploration Sale’—used to include daily deals and even briefer flash sales, with huge discounts on a rotating selection of games if you popped in at … Read the rest of this entry

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The best mods for Ark: Survival Evolved

There are lots of good survival games out there—and plenty not so good, or plain silly—but few as successful and popular as Ark: Survival Evolved. It launched on Early Access and became an almost instant hit on Twitch, racking up a couple million sales along the way. … Read the rest of this entry

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