Jam sessions are where some of music’s most memorable masterpieces were born. They enable artists to collaborate to create new and exciting music that could only be born from that unique environment. Now, apply that concept to game development, and instead of a handful of people in one room together, you have hundreds of these […]
By now the world has heard about the rise and fall of Microsoft’s Tay, an artificially intelligent bot that lived on Twitter, Kik, and GroupMe. Tay’s goal was to learn and mimic the personality of a 19-year-old woman, and it would appear that popular social networks among millennials were a great place for Tay to […]
The Internet of Things (IoT) – with its network of objects and computers that collect and distribute data on our lives – has all the promise of making those lives easier. But are we in danger of IoT overload? We live in an interesting age where virtually everything we own can be connected to the […]
Will this new take on Second Life bring about a renewed interest in the concept of virtual worlds?
Sony throws some R&D weight at this small, robotic personal assistant concept.
I take Google’s latest cloud photo storage service for a spin.
How to record the action on your Windows desktop.
Tips and tools for screencasting on Mac OS X.
And these are likely just the beginning.
All you need is a little practice and the right tools.
First impressions of a first public OS X beta release.
Just tape it over your deadbolt. Did we just say “tape”?