Daily Archives: December 6, 2017

Video Game Designed To Treat ADHD May Become First FDA Approved Prescription Video Game

A video game being developed by Akili Interactive Labs to help treat ADHD just met its first study goal in a quest to become the first FDA approved prescription video game, despite the fact I’ve been successfully using video games … Continue reading

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Video Demonstrations Of The Tesla Model X’s Christmas Light And Music Show Easter Egg

These are two video demonstrations (the first filmed vertically during the day, the second filmed horizontally at night) of the Tesla Model X’s Christmas light and music show Easter Egg (originally released last year I think?). The car produces a … Continue reading

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Now You’re Talking My Language: Extreme Downhill Barbie Jeep Racing

This is a crash compilation of Extreme Barbie Jeep Downhill Racing, which is apparently a real thing people participate in on weekends because some people have the power to forget that the world is about to end for long enough … Continue reading

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Mattress maker Casper faces lawsuit for tracking web visitors

Unless you’re using strict privacy controls in your browser, you generally expect that online stores will track at least a bit of your activity, if just to send you targeted ads when you browse the web. However, a proposed class … Continue reading

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‘Mega Man 11’ will arrive on consoles and PC in late 2018

This month marks the 30th anniversary of the original Mega Man, which came out for NES on December 17th, 1987. In a stream celebrating the milestone, Capcom had a couple announcements — most importantly, that Mega Man 11 will be … Continue reading

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Google releases its Android file storage manager to all

Google has filled a big hole in its Android system by releasing Files Go!, its mobile file organization and sharing app. Launched in beta last month, the app makes it easier for Android users to free up space, find files, … Continue reading

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Google will enlist 10,000 employees to moderate YouTube videos

YouTube had its hands full lately, dealing with disturbing channels and videos masquerading as family-friendly offerings. Now, YouTube chief Susan Wojcicki has explained how the platform plans to keep a closer eye on the videos it hosts going forward by … Continue reading

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