Riot creates its own publishing label, will produce single-player games in the League of Legends universe

Why it matters: Riot Games is best known for its work on the ever-popular online MOBA League of Legends, but a couple months ago, the studio announced the existence of six new in-development titles, three of which are still shrouded in relative mystery. This announcement proved to the world that Continue Reading

How to Mass Delete Tweets, Facebook Posts, and Instagram Posts

Social media is an interesting modern phenomenon. Some people use it exclusively to stay connected with friends, while others practically livestream their life on social networks. No matter what type of person you are, one day you might decide to limit what other people can learn about you online. Or Continue Reading

Magic Leap sales are reportedly way off target and a successor could be years out

Why it matters: Magic Leap wowed onlookers with mind-blowing demonstrations of its augmented reality tech in the years leading up to its launch. The first iteration finally arrived in August 2018 but according to a new report, sales have fallen way short of company expectations. Early reviewers weren’t exactly blown Continue Reading

AI driven text adventure game give players true non-linear gameplay

In context: When it comes to video game AI, we tend to think of it in terms of how the computer-controlled enemies and NPCs react to our actions. But what if AI drove the narrative as well? Imagine an open world with endless possibilities generated by machine learning algorithms. Artificial Continue Reading

Chobani takes on the plant-based category by siphoning spend into sampling

After dominating market share in the Greek yogurt category, Chobani is now looking to take the crown in the world of oat products. Reaching those outside of the metropolitan, vegan elite through sampling is critical to its plan to cut through the bustling plant-based space. Chobani, which aims to be Continue Reading

Former Razer employees describe CEO as over-ambitious and volatile

In brief: A number of former Razer employees describe the company in a new light that’s hardly favorable for CEO Min-Liang Tan, who is said to have a short fuse that cultivates a culture of fear whenever high expectations aren’t met, sometimes even with a display of “curse words” and Continue Reading

Chobani plans to take on the plant-based category by siphoning spend into sampling

After dominating market share in the Greek yogurt category, Chobani is now looking to take the crown in the world of oat products. Reaching those outside of the metropolitan, vegan elite through sampling is critical to its plan to cut through the bustling plant-based space. Chobani, which aims to be Continue Reading

Limited edition Star Wars Coke bottles sport glowing lightsaber

In a nutshell: Coca-Cola’s new Star Wars bottles with glowing lightsabers are sure to be coveted by collectors – that is, if they can get their hands on them. The OLED-equipped beverage containers are only being sold in Singapore and in extremely very limited quantities. Good luck finding one. Star Continue Reading

Labor union accuses Google of wrongfully terminating workers attempting to unionize

The big picture: Google’s internal conflicts with employees has spilled outside the company with a labor union formally filing a complaint with the National Labor Relations Board. If the NLRB finds merit in the case, parent company Alphabet will have to seek settlement or have its day in court. As Continue Reading