As real-world Americas flock to voting stations in order to get the 2016 Presidential election over with, virtual versions of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump take to the streets of Second Life for last-minute campaigning and carousing. Update: Additional reporting from the Clinton HQ as election night came to a…
We have let too many other people have all the fun of predicting the outcome of the election. It’s our turn. Using the video game The Political Machine 2016 and the power of Facebook Live streaming, we are pitting Hillary Clinton against Donald Trump and seeing who wins.
Election Day is coming up on November 8, 2016. And in many states, the deadline to register to vote is soon. As in, today or tomorrow. If you’re not registered yet, you can go to Vote.org which will help guide you through the process. Or you can take a look at our list below and find your state.
The virtual reality “watch party” for the first Trump-Clinton debate was a bust. It was presented by VR hangout app Altspace and NBC News, and just amounted to glorified Second Life, basically. Avatars of people from around the world watching a flat video stream. Not a great experience.
The first presidential debate is tonight, and you can watch it for free. But for journalists piling into Hofstra University, the price of doing business has gotten steeper.
Do you ever feel like half the images you see online are fake? So do we. Below we’ve pulled together twelve photos and GIFs that have been floating around the internet recently. And they’re all fake.
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton have finally broken their silence on Pokémon Go. Their statements today are about what you’d expect.
Assigning candidate names to AI-controller, combat-ready invertebrates and letting them wage war until only one stands? YouTube’s Many A True Nerd might be onto something.
The 2016 presidential race is one of the most contentious in recent history, and it’s also one of the most complicated. Our next president, regardless of which party they come from, will be responsible for making important decisions about a number of complex issues: net neutrality, the environment, surveillance, cyber…
In a memorial service today for four American diplomats assassinated in Libya earlier this week, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton paid tribute to Sean Smith, a consular officer for the United States who also served as a diplomat in EVE Online and as a member of that MMO's real-world governing body.