Technically Incorrect: In one Chinese province, they have an ingenious method to stop students from cheating on tests. It flies above their heads.
The makers of H1Z1, an open-world zombie survival game, gave a small number of banned players a way to get their accounts back: Openly admit (and apologize for) their transgressions, and post the video to YouTube.
On today's show, Ashley and Khail think up ways for cheaters in video games to repent for their sins, watch the fast-moving VelociRoACH and learn more about a task-learning bot named BRETT. #TDCheats
A store-bought drone becomes sentient and sets out for blood in this parody trailer for "The Drone." Is this our future?
Technically Incorrect: A man posts a photo of soldiers in battle to counteract the notion that the transgendered Caitlyn Jenner is heroic. Then he discovers the photographer was beaten nearly to death for being a cross-dresser.
You can do more with Google's HDMI dongle than just stream audio and video. Here are a few games that play nice with this low-cost media device.
Your cheatin' heart may tell on you, but your Fujitsu F-series flip phone won't. Some cheaters in Japan are reportedly getting an infidelity assist from older phones with fancy privacy features.
Jamin Warren from Killscreen stops by for a chat on gaming culture and the stigmas that come with it, indie vs. AAA gaming, and the long tail of virtual reality in the living room by way of Oculus Rift and Sony's Project Morpheus.
This week, Apple's Phil Schiller took to Twitter to sniff at Samsung's alleged "shenanigans." But, as a CNBC broadcast about JP Morgan underlined, shenaniganing is just part of businessing, isn't it?
The emergency broadcast system of a television station in Montana is hacked to broadcast the announcement that the undead are coming.