• Israel wary of Iran allies spreading war beyond Gaza
    by Quinn Sena on 14/05/2021 at 5:23 am

    | by TOM O’CONNOR — SHAOLIN’S FINEST REPORTER. “Of course, we are supporters,” a Hezbollah spokesperson told Newsweek. “But I don’t think they’re in need of our people. The numbers are available. All the rockets and capabilities are in the hands of the resistance fighters in Palestine.” Hezbollah leadership also felt there was more to

  • The brain game: What causes engagement and addiction to video games?
    by Saúl Morales Rodriguéz on 14/05/2021 at 5:22 am

    History tells us that games are an inseparable facet of humanity, and mainly for good reasons. Advocates of video games laud their pros: they help develop problem-solving skills, socialize, relieve stress, and exercise the mind and body—all at the same time! However, games also have a dark side: the potential for addiction. The explosive growth

  • How Roblox Became a $45 Billion Public Videogame Company | WSJ
    by Derick Lee on 14/05/2021 at 3:24 am

    Rather than relying on Hollywood-like budgets to produce games, videogame company Roblox outsources the development to its mostly young players. WSJ meets a gamer making money from his creations and helping the publicly traded company attract new players. Photo: Roblox. More from the Wall Street Journal: Visit Visit the WSJ Video Center:

  • China’s Yutu 2 rover about to ‘wake up’ on the far side of the moon
    by Alberto Lao on 14/05/2021 at 3:24 am

    China’s plucky Yutu 2 rover is about to wake up and continue to explore the far side of the moon as the nation works to land a rover on Mars this May. The rover, which launched with the Chang’e 4 mission, landed on the far side of the moon in January 2019 and recently completed

  • Japanese billionaire, Russian actress to fly to ISS
    by Genevieve Klien on 14/05/2021 at 3:23 am

    WASHINGTON — A Japanese billionaire best known for buying a SpaceX Starship flight around the moon will go to space first on a Russian Soyuz spacecraft to the International Space Station, two months after a Russian actress and director visit the station. Space tourism company Space Adventures and the Russian space agency Roscosmos announced May

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