Cult classic action game Bayonetta just launched on Steam today, completely out of the blue. Sega dropped the news as the game landed on Steam for the entirely reasonable price of $19.99. (Update: Apparently
Lenovo just showed us its first VR headset, a prototype device that works with Microsoft’s Windows Holographic platform. Next to other tethered PC headsets like the Oculus Rift or the HTC Vive, it’s noticeably
And it wouldn't actually be that expensive, thanks to robots, 3D printing, and SpaceX "You are here to help humanity become a spacefaring species." So said the opening line of a brochure for a workshop
The term "clerestory" is applicable to Egyptian temples, where the lighting of the hall of columns was obtained over the stone... Refresh your home for the summer season with these simple modern upgrades.
Sometimes someone captures modern Japanese life in a really wonderful way and these lovely retro game styled GIFs do just that. Created by Yuuta Toyoi, the GIFs are quite simple and understated. With much
Sphero, the ball-shaped robot, inspired a new generation of toys that aren't only fun, but can also be used as educational tools for kids. Vortex, pictured above, is one of these. Created by DFRobot, company
Most of us at TechCrunch don’t get out much, instead choosing to blog from the comfort of our own home or office. However, some more adventurous reporters still crave the thrill of reporting live on scene.
BooFlag, a browser game in which audibly booing a cartoon Confederate flag will cause it to lower and combust, is the latest work of satire from Italian developer Molleindustria. According to a blog post
Architect Don Dimster celebrates the concept of communal family space with a pair of homes in Venice, California, for himself and... As a buzzing seaside town known for its bohemian spirit, lively boardwalk,
The Coin (promising to let you combine all your credit/debit/loyalty cards into a single piece of tech) has delayed for so long that you might have forgotten that you ordered one. In November of 2013,
Universities are supposed to be dead. These bastions of higher learning have been on Silicon Valley’s hit list for much of the past decade, and disruption phasers targeting the industry have certainly
You stand on the edge of a strip of asphalt, in the middle of a breezy, weedy, Southern forest. It's nearly sunset and the day's final rays sprawl over hay rolls and a small pond across the road. Behind
After a late Senate vote after midnight on Friday, the NSA is starting to take moves to shut down its bulk surveillance programs. With the legal foundation of those programs, the Patriot Act, set to expire