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This infographic explains the importance of games in the educational system. The question, whether the games should be brought in the classroom or not is worth asking primarily because gaming is associated most of the times with fun activities, and most parents are suspicious that whether games will be helpful in educational pursuits. The infographic answers this question by explaining the changing trends in the world. For instance, traditional ways of learning are no longer sufficient, and the impact of technology in our lives is gradually...

Formlabs’ Form 1 Kickstarter project was the first stereo lithography printer that ended up on peoples’ radars. Its successor, the Form 1+, looked identical but had upgraded internals for increased speed and reliability. Following Formlabs’ $35 million raise last year, the company has focused its attention on its more professional-grade Form 2...

Snapchat’s confusing—just ask the producers of E!’s Keeping Up With The Kardashians. Or, uh, us.  So, okay—we’ve got a Snapchat mystery on our hands. Or a conspiracy theory. Or just…a very strange occurrence. Whatever this is, if you’ve got any ideas about what the hell is up with Kim K’s Snapchat, please, for the...

Like all good games, Kendama is easy-ish to learn and frustrating as all ever-loving £%&*@£^% to master. What’s a poor entrepreneur to do when a game hasn’t changed for 400 years? Rename it Dendama, add a boat-load of electronics, invent a slew of multiplayer games and launch a Kickstarter campaign, of course. Watching someone who knows...

Google Glass died in 2015. And while there have been numerous rumblings about a second-generation version, it has yet to materialize in any official capacity. But, as it turns out, Glass isn’t completely dead. Sure, for you, me, and all the cool Spectacles-wearing teens, Glass will never be cool (it still looks as dorky today as at did in 2013). But for...

Can you smell this? It’s the smell of some fresh new leaks coming from Evan Blass’ Twitter account. This time, Evan shared some renderings of the Samsung Galaxy S8 in not one, not two but three different colors. And this is what it looks like: It’s hard to see the differences without any shot of the back of the phone, but the three colors should...

Image: Altaf Qadri/AP/REX/Shutterstock By Manish Singh2017-03-20 07:01:00 UTC Qualcomm is having another go at making a dent in the affordable handsets market, and its latest bet is bringing 4G LTE capability to feature phones. The chipmaker announced on Monday a new line of chips for entry-level phones. The SoC (system-on-a-chip) line is called the Qualcomm...

Zelda fan Allen Pan has taken home automation to the next level.  Pan set up his home so that different automations are triggered when he plays tunes from the Nintendo 64 hit Zelda: Ocarina of Time on his own ocarina. It’s amazing not just for the fan dedication, but for the amount of work that went into the project. The video walks viewers through...

Curious about the Samsung Galaxy S8? Let us direct you to all the leaks, leaks, and leaks. We’re just over one week away from the actual launch of the flagship smartphone, and still, the leaks keep coming. On Sunday, mobile reporter Evan Blass shared some purported front and profile images of the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus in colors he called “black...

A burned hoverboard in an image from the CPSC during the agency’s 2016 investigation. Image: U.S. CONSUMER PRODUCT SAFETY COMMISSION By Adario Strange2017-03-18 15:57:02 UTC The tragic fire ignited by a malfunctioning hoverboard that claimed the life of a child last week just took another. Now, a federal investigation has been launched to look into...