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Here’s why experts are skeptical of the ‘gaming disorder’ diagnosis

The World Health Organization has added “gaming disorder” to its diagnostic handbook, but experts argue that we still don’t know enough to claim

Why Android P gestures are a risk worth taking

Now that those of us brave enough to install the Android P beta have had a week or two to kick the tires, I

How important are Android security patches?

Once a month, Google updates the Android Security Bulletin and releases a new security patch for Pixel and Nexus phones. Other OEMs like Sony

Where are younger creatives finding their inspiration?

Many aspects of the media seem to take great delight in pointing out the differences between generations in the workplace. We have

Thousands of Android apps are tracking children, study finds

That kid’s app might be doing more than keeping your children busy, according to a new international study. Researchers from the International

The Russians (and Other Online Outlaws) Are Coming

A study just published in Strategic Studies Quarterly outlining how Russian social media trolls and bots targeted the University of Missouri and spread false

Rusev: Kurt Angle and Hulk Hogan are my main inspiration

Rusev says a combination of Kurt Angle and his unique true personality are the reasons behind the success of his ‘Rusev Day’

Black Panther’ Spoilers Are All Over The Internet, So Here’s How To Avoid Them

Marvel’s latest film, Black Panther, comes out this Friday just in time for the long President’s Day weekend. For those who haven’t already gotten

From #MeToo to #RiceBunny: How social media users are campaigning in China

So reads the opening line of a discussion page for the #MeToo campaign in China, posted on the Chinese social media platform Weibo. “Rice

Gaming laptops are cheap and portable at CES 2018

Buying a laptop has traditionally meant juggling price, graphics performance, weight and battery life. You want a powerful gaming laptop with good