Meet the Mental Health Support Groups Trying to Help 'EVE Online' Players
From military veterans to Space Popes, these folks are making 'EVE Online's' vast space a little more welcoming.
Players of 'EVE Online' Are Improving Our Knowledge of Proteins in Human Cells
With "Project Discovery," EVE Online players are helping to classify proteins in human cells.
We Spoke to the Power Players Behind the War Consuming 'EVE Online'
Miscommunication and propaganda are confusing a massive online conflict right now, so we spoke to the people commanding both sides of 'EVE Online''s 'World War Bee.'
Speaking to the Power Players Behind the Massive War Consuming 'EVE Online'
Miscommunication and propaganda are confusing a massive online conflict right now, so we spoke to the people commanding both sides of EVE Online's 'World War Bee.'
I’ve Played the Future of Virtual Reality, and It’s a Lot Like ‘Wii Sports’
'Project Arena' is the most accessible, immediate VR experience I've had so far, and is a great advertisement for the social side of this new technology.
Tron-Worthy Gaming Comes to Life in Iceland
The makers of game 'Eve' tease footage of their new full-body VR eSport.
'Gunjack' Looks Like Gear VR's First Serious Game
The developer making one of the best looking Oculus games is making one of the best looking Gear VR games too.
Examining Chinese Censorship in Australia
Australia's Chinese-language newspapers rarely mention protests, human rights, or anything political. Why is this, and does it matter?
Leo Van Der Plyum
Ai Weiwei's "TED Talk," and the World's China Problem
Ai Weiwei, who, along with "some associates":http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2011/apr/11/chinese-associates-ai-weiwei-missing, is still being held incommunicado by the Chinese authorities, was set to appear at the TED conference last month, but his...