Chronicles of Elyria is an ambitious massive multiplayer online role playing game (MMO) being developed by Soulbound Studios based in Bellevue, WA. The small team, currently comprised of 16 game company veterans, is attempting to create an MMO that will redefine how people perceive the genre. The team
Small Improvements that make a big difference. Today HTC had finally lifted the veil off the next edition of their One line of smartphones, the HTC 10. The phone offers subtle, yet significant, changes, combining aspects of the M9 and A9 models of last year.
CNNMoney (New York)First published March 9, 2016: 9:28 AM ET Blue Origin, a space company owned by the Amazon (AMZN, Tech30) CEO, has been working on how to send people into orbit for the past decade. In November, Blue Origin beat rival SpaceX by successfully
Portland company Lucid Energy came up with the revolutionary idea of harnessing their energy from small turbines in their city’s water pipes. Right now one of the city’s main pipelines is using Lucid pipes to send energy to the grid. Although this system can’t power the entire
According to an exclusive report from This Is Infamous, who have close ties to the Orlando theme park scene, Universal Studios are in development stages of plans to add another theme park to their roster. The already existing Universal Studios Orlando and Islands Of Adventure
Industrial music legend Trent Reznor (Nine Inch Nails, How To Destroy Angels) sat down with Moog Music to describe through personal anecdotes what The Minimoog Voyager Synthesizer means to him personally and in his career. Check out the full interview below: *Original score by The
It’s true – electric turbochargers are coming according to CNET on Cars in this informative video! The video begins with a refresher on how regular turbochargers work, and the three limitations of the current technology. Firstly since regular turbochargers are run by exhaust, there is
From screen-less displays to wireless electricity, Top Media take a look at 10 future technologies that will change the world.
Rob & the Captain of Anderton’s Music Co. struggle to hold it together through this review of the Korg Miku, the weirdest guitar pedal ever. And if we haven’t completely put you off of buying this pedal then you can do so by going here