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Last year’s Dangerous Days  by Perturbator might not only be one of my favorite cyberpunk themed albums ever, but one of my favorite albums period. It was certainly one of the best I heard in any genre last year. With this in mind, I’m pretty excited to learn through Perturbator’s Facebook page that his previous full-length I Am The […]

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It’s a new year and that means that the 2015 game release schedule is going to start taking shape! More specifically, several fantastic looking cyberpunk games are scheduled to be released this year, from RPG’s and shooters, to survival and action. So without further ado, here are the top 5 cyberpunk games to watch out for […]

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This has been a pretty awesome last couple weeks for the Medical Technology side of the news, so this week’s update is going to be a little bit more focused than the first Report. I apologize for nothing. Medical Technology Researchers at NYU have developed a new, non-invasive, objective test for getting a quick idea […]

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Another day, another Kickstarter? No – not when it’s cyberpunk. Glitch Hunter, the first digital cyberpunk CCG, hit Kickstarter earlier today and made nearly $3,000 in it’s first couple of hours. The developers, One More Rabbit, are seeking $63,000 to hire “additional expertise” (for artists, programmers and testing). Their aim is to make the high quality, polished […]

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It wasn’t clear whether or not this particular special of Black Mirror would be aired. Brooker, the showrunner, had expressed wanting to take a hiatus from the show in the past. In fact, it was the cause for the delay between seasons 1 and 2. There was some confusion as to whether or not this Christmas […]

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In a 382-to-128 vote, the UK has agreed to step into the future and adopt measures to support and regulate embryonic repair, the medical practice which helps eliminate genetic disorders and abnormalities driven by mitochondrial material. For those not familiar with the term, they surely have heard of their product—three-parent babies. Though the decision has […]

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Pushing against the dearth of sci-fi television in most markets, and premiering just a few months before the disastrous Almost Human, Orphan Black should’ve failed just after the pilot aired. However, by rabid fandom on the Internet causing people to actually tune in on Saturday nights, the series has gone strong for two seasons and […]

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In September 2014, Samsung announced its Virtual Reality (VR) headset, the Gear VR.  Unlike the Oculus Rift or some other headsets, it does not contain a built in screen but instead requires a Galaxy Note 4 phone to function as the screen.  Although the so-called “Innovator’s Edition” (essentially a hardware dev kit to be used […]

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What is it that draws you to the Cyberpunk genre? This is a question I ask myself at least a dozen times every year since I first saw Johnny Mnemonic when I was around ten years old. Did I see any Cyberpunk movies before that? Probably, but none that left a lasting impression as much […]

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