David Hernández Quintero

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Kinect Sports Rivals review – going through the motions

The image has become an archetype of modern video-game marketing. A grinning, pan-generational family, arms flailing as they enjoy the latest motion-control game in their large, well-lit living space. It’s an easy cliche to notice, but back when Wii Sports enchanted the masses with its …

Israeli coalition partner threatens to quit over peace talks

JERUSALEM (Reuters) - A key partner in Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s coalition threatened on Friday to pull out of the government if a deal to salvage peace talks with the Palestinians includes the release of Israeli-Arab prisoners.<p>A combination photo shows Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin …

The Ethereal Long Exposure Photography of Darren Moore | Colossal

<p>Self-taught photographer Darren Moore creates ethereal black and white landscapes using a method called daytime long exposure, where a special …

Elon Musk: Triumph of His Will

For his entire life, Elon Musk has bent people to his insatiable will. Most recently, he's co-opted NASA. And now we'll see whether he's a) the visionary who forces americans to become explorers again, or b) a man so distracted by vision that his life's work is a series of brilliant disappointments.<p>…

VW app conducts electro symphonies to the tune of your driving

Volkswagen has developed a way to turn its cars into giant metal DJs. When plugged into a Volkswagen GTI, the German vehicle manufacturer's Play The Road iOS app uses a swath of data from the car — including its velocity, engine revs, and location — to create a soundtrack that changes as it's …

Akihabara's original mom-and-pop electronics store is closing after 64 years