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'CivilizationEDU' takes the strategy franchise to school
Starting next year, educators can use 'Civilization' to teach historical problem solving.
UK scientists face an uncertain future after Brexit vote
The UK's decision to leave the European Union has rattled the scientific community, amid fears that the so-called "Brexit" referendum could
Google search spike suggests people don't know why they Brexited
The United Kingdom — the country of my birth — has just voted to leave the European Union. The majority of the electorate has chosen to turn
Should autonomous vehicles save passengers or pedestrians?
A very important question to consider as we crawl toward a future with self-driving cars.
Warcraft review: not a disaster, just a struggle with ambition
Every big studio film represents some kind of compromise between commerce and art. Some particularly craven cash-grabs leave art almost enti
Google moves closer to a universal quantum computer
Combining the best of analog and digital approaches could yield a full-scale multipurpose quantum computer.
Captain America and Winter Soldier Make Out as Chris Evans and Sebastian...
If you’ve spent any period of time in the online Marvel fandom, you’re probably aware of “Stucky”—that is, the portmanteau given to Captain
Google Patented a Sticky Car Hood That Traps Pedestrians Like Flies
Google loves to brag about how its self-driving cars have the ability to save lives by being really good at not crashing into things. But cr
The Surprising Reason Warcraft Stands Apart From Other CG Epics
Watch two seconds from Warcraft and it’s obvious that visual effects are essential to its existence. Virtually every shot contains some kind
One of the Most Convincing Climate Change Visualizations We've Ever Seen
But we had so much snow this winter! But it’s only a couple degrees! But the temperature in my hometown feels fine! We’ve heard it all from
State of the War: A look at the current state of the Warhammer 40k commu...
Statistics gathered from a survey conducted in 2016 point to a lot of interesting things within the 40K community.
Humans Get Turned on When They Touch Robot Naughty Bits
They may just be plastic, metal and wires, but robots can elicit... physical responses in humans. That’s according to a new study by researc