Allison Road is the spiritual successor to P.T., and it's utterly terrifying

Allison Road is the spiritual successor to P.T., and it's utterly terrifying

Anybody who is just as disappointed as me at the cancellation of Silent Hills will be happy to see a Allison Road, the spiritual successor to P.T. I will warn you though, prepare to be scared every time you pass a terraced house.

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How are memories created? Study by University of Leicester and UCLA finds out

How are memories created? Study by University of Leicester and UCLA finds out

While we've figured out many aspects of human life through scientific endeavour, one of the most fascinating is still one shrouded in mystery: how does human memory work? How do we create unforgettable episodes of time in our mind, which we are reminded of at certain locations or with certain people?

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Apple Music review: a solid streaming service with an identity crisis

Apple Music review: a solid streaming service with an identity crisis

So Apple Music has launched in over 100 countries today to a fanfare of excitement. On paper it seems like the streaming service everybody has been waiting for for years (or have given up waiting for in favour of Spotify). With the added perks of an whole music solution including global radio and a social element for exclusive content from your favourite artists, it seems to be a metaphorical slam dunk.

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Life and death through the eyes of an iPhone is dizzy and depressing

Life and death through the eyes of an iPhone is dizzy and depressing

On average, you pick up your smartphone to complete tasks 221 times a day. For things from checking Facebook in the morning, sending Snapchats during work meetings to express boredom, to taking pictures of your food for Instagram and far too many selfies, it pretty much goes everywhere and does everything with you. While completing these tasks is a great experience for you, how do you think your iPhone feels about it?

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Watch the most cringe-worthy LinkedIn profile descriptions performed by actors

Watch the most cringe-worthy LinkedIn profile descriptions performed by actors

Let's be honest, many people don't get how to use LinkedIn. While it's a professional network to help look for your next employer, you don't need to sound like the career-driven version of Jesus, which is what 'LinkedIn Out Loud' sums up hilariously.

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Humanity is safe. This video of high-tech robots falling down is the funniest thing you'll see today

Humanity is safe. This video of high-tech robots falling down is the funniest thing you'll see today

The DARPA Robotics Challenge has been fascinating to watch, but one of my main concerns (as is evident in most robotics stories) is how close are we to a Terminator-esque extinction of the human race? Based on this video of robots falling over quite comically, turns out the apocalypse is not here yet.

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MIT teaches the Cheetah robot to jump. Humanity one step closer to extinction

MIT teaches the Cheetah robot to jump. Humanity one step closer to extinction

Remember MIT's Cheetah robot? The one that can outrun Usain Bolt. Turns out the researchers at the university's Biometrics Robotics Lab have now upgraded the robot with new algorithms that give it the ability to detect and jump over obstacles up to 40 centimetres tall. This makes the Cheetah robot the first to jump hurdles autonomously, and the next step towards the beginning of Skynet.

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