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Deus Ex: Mankind Divided Gets a Live Action Trailer (Watch)

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided Gets a Live Action Trailer (Watch)

If you want to know what’s changed in the world of Deus Ex since Human Revolution, then this trailer will fill in the blanks. The live-action Mankind Divided trailer outlines the shift from the golden era of augmentation to the current Mechanical Apartheid. Featured above, the “Mechanical Apartheid” trailer showcases the games controversial and yet ambitious approach to a near-future ... Read More »

StarTropics Games Land on Wii U Virtual Console; Report

StarTropics Games Land on Wii U Virtual Console, Report

It’s another quiet week for new releases, but the Wii U is staying relevant this week with the debut of both StarTropics games on the Virtual Console. StarTropics, which first came out in 1990, had the rare distinction of being only released in Europe and the U.S., not Japan. Still doesn’t make up for all those games we never got, ... Read More »

GMC Announces 2016 Yukon SLT Premium Edition “Photo”

GMC Announces 2016 Yukon SLT Premium Edition (Photo)

GMC is introducing the 2016 Yukon SLT Premium Edition, a special version that offers Yukon and Yukon XL customers a more personalized appearance with plenty of chrome inserts. The Premium Edition trim doesn’t quite deliver the gravitas (or the power) of the Denali, but it does bring with it special 22-inch alloy wheels and a chrome grille unique to the ... Read More »

Microsoft cutting another 1850 Nokia-related jobs, Report

Microsoft cutting another 1850 Nokia-related jobs, Report

Microsoft’s smartphone business looks like it’s hit the final nail in Nokia’s coffin, with the tech behemoth cutting down over 1850 jobs. Over 1350 of those affected are located in Finland while the other 500 are scattered across the world. The job cuts are expected to cost the company a whopping $950M, including $200M to be put towards severance payments ... Read More »

Apple rehires security and encryption expert Jon Callas

Apple rehires security and encryption expert Jon Callas

Apple has added a security star to its firmament with the hire of Jon Callas to its security team. Jon Callas is best known for his work on the pioneering PGP encryption system, including authoring the openPGP standard for IETF and developing PGP’s universal server software. He co-founded the secure-messaging system Silent Circle in 2012. Read More »

Molekule’s air filter aims to purify your house with light

Molekule's air filter aims to purify your house with light

A lot of people who suffer from allergies hide inside their houses — especially in the spring. But your indoor air could be up to five times more polluted, according to the Environmental Protection Agency. Startup Molekule believes it has the answer, and it’s all about a smarter filter. “Indoor air pollution is a global problem, resulting in deteriorating respiratory ... Read More »

Giant Overwatch action figures discovered worldwide

Giant Overwatch action figures discovered worldwide

With Overwatch only a matter of days away from release, Blizzard is ramping up the publicity by placing giant Overwatch action figures on the streets of major cities. Twitter user RuzGofDi snapped pics of a colossal action figure of Tracer in a sealed box on Hollywood Boulevard. This isn’t the only Overwatch statue popping up either, as Paris has a ... Read More »

Victory Racing Doubles Up Pikes Peak Entries “Report”

Victory Racing Doubles Up Pikes Peak Entries, Report

Victory Motorcycles, a brand that delivers Modern American Muscle by producing motorcycles with head-snapping acceleration, power and handling, will be racing up the mountain with two very different motorcycles in this year’s Pikes Peak International Hill Climb (PPIHC), an event that marks its 100th anniversary in 2016. In an epic gas vs. electric battle in the experimental class, Victory Racing’s ... Read More »

New One Piece Game Coming to Nintendo 3DS, Report

New One Piece Game Coming to Nintendo 3DS, Report

Bandai Namco is developing a new One Piece Game 2D battle action game for 3DS called One Piece: Great Pirate Colosseum, the latest issue of Jump reveals. Specifics on the game are mostly unknown at the moment. It’s confirmed to be a 2D battle action game, and features a mode where you sail around the world and build a team ... Read More »