The CEO of DreamHack has been sacked one month before the gigantic European eSports festival and gaming expo begins, concluding an internal conflict between the DreamHack board and its public face. Robert
Wandering the densely packed showfloor at E3 this month, it was tempting to think that nothing about video games has changed much over the past few years. This gigantic video game show, which attracts
The Settlers have been erecting buildings and fighting incursions since 1993. And while the Blue Byte real-time strategy series has never really produced a smash hit, it's always commanded enough fans
If you end up grabbing drinks with Gearbox Software at one of the major video game industry events throughout the year, you have an 80 percent chance of making a new Borderlands game. If you’re already
If your grandparents had video games, we now know how they would have looked. A new game called "Cuphead," which is set to be released in 2015, is animated in the style of a 1930s cartoon. In fact, it
Cult Canadian film-maker David Cronenberg has revealed he was once approached to direct a Star Wars movie. Speaking on stage at the Provincetown film festival, where he was honoured with the Film-maker
This story originally appeared on Mother Nature Network. Frogs are well known for their super-fast, super-sticky tongues, but the science of frogs' tongues is actually rather scant. What makes them so
Promising early results from a clinical trial at the Mayo Clinic out this week suggest that a modified version of the measles virus can be used to target cancer cells and put the condition into remission.
The crowd-sourced message will be uploaded to New Horizons spacecraft. If you had the chance to send a message to aliens in outer space, what would you say? What would you tell them about life on Earth?
A "selfie" from an exhausted California firefighter sent to his wife to let her know he was OK has become an Internet sensation. The photo shows firefighter Tim Bergon in the foreground smiling while exhausted
(Denis Burdin/Shutterstock) The glaciers’ vulnerability to warming waters means current projections of sea level rise are likely too low Lindsay Abrams May 19, 2014 1:28pm (UTC) New, from the people who
BEIRUT (Reuters) - At least 162,000 people have been killed in Syria’s three-year-old conflict, a monitoring group said on Monday, and thousands more are missing after being captured by President Bashar