‘The Internal Silence Is Deafening,’ Blizzard Employee Says About China Controversy
Blizzard employees are reeling after a week of controversy and protests.
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Blizzard's Hong Kong Screw-Up Is Officially an International Incident
The company's communities are in chaos and US senators are taking notice, following the suspension of a pro 'Hearthstone' player who declared support for Hong Kong's protest movement.
People Are Typing on Their Smartphones Almost as Fast as on Keyboards Now
A new study from the University of Cambridge reveals that the typing gap between mobile and desktop computers is narrowing, and the youth have the advantage.
'Brutal Minecraft' Lets You Rip and Tear Through 'Minecraft' Like It's 'Doom'
The 'Doom II' mod adds a shotgun and too much blood to every child's favourite game.
Sony Drops First Look at 'Last of Us II' With Violent Gameplay Trailer
Sony revealed a February release date and first gameplay footage for the ‘Last of Us’ sequel during yesterday's State of Play.
It Was My Umbrella That Locked Us Out of the WeWork
I left work Friday without my umbrella. On Monday morning, it had locked me out of the office. By Tuesday, my umbrella was a meme.
An Explosion Rocked a Russian Pathogen Lab That Stores Ebola, Smallpox
The incident highlights the risks of researching and storing lethal pathogens.
Even 'Limited' Nuclear War Could Cause 90 Million Casualties in a Few Hours
Princeton University researchers use the Pentagon’s own plans to debunk the idea that nuclear war could ever be small and tactical.
Experts Want to Give Control of America's Nuclear Missiles to AI
If America is attacked with a nuclear bomb, artificial intelligence would automatically fire back even if everyone in the country is dead.
Infowars Returns to YouTube After CEO Said It Will Allow 'Offensive' Content
"A commitment to openness is not easy. It sometimes means leaving up content that is outside the mainstream, controversial, or even offensive," YouTube's CEO said.
A Top Secret Air Force Space Drone Has Been Orbiting Earth for Almost Two Years
The Pentagon's experimental unmanned space plane, the X-37B, just broke a record after orbiting the planet for 719 days straight. But what's it doing up there?
It's Not Just Hurricanes: America Wanted to Nuke Mines, the Moon and the Panama Canal
America's decades-long quest to find a peaceful use for nuclear bombs.