Tech & games
MLB: The Show ‘17 opens with the soothing tones of Vin Scully over a live-action video of classic baseball moments like last year’s Cubs World Series win drawn by an artist in on a chalk scoreboard.
If you ran out of patience with the game, or got tired of only ever meeting your grandma and her buddies at the Gym, this update might just give you new hope.
The game’s success would become so great, Nakamura himself would argue that the world’s obsession with the hungry, yellow circle might be detrimental.
If you’ve already bingewatched A Series of Unfortunate Events on Netflix but you still want a Snicket-fix, we’ve found five awesome apps to keep that creepy spirit alive
The biggest Hollywood blockbusters are jam packed with explosions and CG characters, but a trio of the industry's top VFX specialists say all those effects are ruining movies.
2016 has had its ups and downs, but one of the highlights of this year has been the Learning and Teaching Expo.
There’s no denying that 2016 was a great year for games, but could 2017 top it? Here are the top 9 games you should be looking forward to in the new year.
Virtual Reality (VR) might have initially been created for the gaming industry, but the technology presents a new era in education.
No Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat or slaying selfies: one teenage Hongkonger goes 24 hours without technology
You might say you could live without technology, but could you really?
Don’t own your own Oculus? Our JRs check out a spot where you can try virtual reality for yourself.