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A lifetime of “cranking it” has come to an end, Soulja Boy has pivoted to selling his own video game consoles and gadget accessories.
I recently sat down with Aardman Animations and DigixArt, to talk about their latest game - 11-11: Memories Retold.
On this day 20 years ago, the Sega Dreamcast was released in Japan. Now, two decades later, we celebrate one of the most under-appreciated beacons that defined the future of console gaming.
The parts that make Red Dead Redemption 2 can be seen as cumbersome and slightly boring, so why is the sum of those parts an incredible game?
You may have set yourself as ‘going’ to one of many Facebook events that quite clearly a joke… Why have so many popped up out of nowhere?
Ever wondered what it would be like to live on Mars? Well, wonder no more as Architectural experts have drawn up some prototypes of the types of housing we could see when the Red Planet is colonised by humans.
Meet Nerial, the team behind royalty-meets-tinder mobile game ‘Reigns’ in an exclusive interview with New Rising Media.
New Rising Media is in the UK Blog Awards 2019 - if you love what I do, it would mean the world to me if you voted!
Turns out the Influencer Marketing bubble will burst soon, as their posts, for what they cost, perform terribly. Now I wonder why…
While we worry cybercriminals may be able to hack the human brain at some point far in the future, turns out the basic tech to do so exists today… Yikes.
Horror movies are one thing, but here are ten non-horror films that unexpectedly scare the living bejesus out of you.
Gaming with colour blindness is a bigger problem than you may think, so what are developers doing to help?
In one of the more ridiculous stories of the week, Loughborough academics sent a letter to UK parliament, informing them that memes cause teen obesity…
Zero Latency – the UK’s first free roam, multiplayer virtual reality arena managed to make a dull Monday night fun. That’s pretty damn special.
Wait… People In Britain Have A Problem With Smartphone Addiction? No Way!
Another year, another CES defining the future of technology. What does the future human have to look forward to in 2019? Here are five key trends to look for at CES 2019.