The Raving Rabbids are spectacular idiots. The volatile fuzzy mascots of the Rayman spin-off are dumber than Minions and twice as destructive. They steal garbage through toilets to build a tower to the […]
Considering its launch titles were Super Mario 64 without an analog stick and a Metroid demo, the original Nintendo DS didn’t launch like a rocket. What ultimately turned the bizarre, dual-screened, touch screen […]
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When talking about modern day drones you usually need to make a distinction between the flying robots the government uses to fight forever wars and the flying robots indie filmmakers use to get […]
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LIVE FROM MWC19 SHANGHAI: GSMA director general Mats Granryd (pictured) moved the technology talk forward, …
When I was a kid, the only computer literacy I learned was Mavis Beacon Teaches Typing. Fast forward 25 years, and there is a whole online world children must learn to navigate. Thankfully, […]
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Anyone can build a computer—thanks to a partnership between Kano and Microsoft. The tech titans on Wednesday unveiled Kano PC, a DIY two-in-one Windows laptop for creative learning. Kids of all ages can […]
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Ever wished you owned your very own R2 series astromech droid? Lego wants to make your dream a reality… and teach you a little coding along the way! For this year’s May the […]
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You can build some pretty amazing things with a box full of Lego bricks. One of them, believe it or not, is an understanding of Braille. Learning through play is something that the […]
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