Jessica Conditt, Engadget

Jessica Conditt

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Pryor, OK, United States

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  • Entrepreneur

Recent articles by Jessica:

Blizzard is 'assessing the situation' after Hong Kong protest ban

Blizzard's recent actions are "a violation of free speech," according to pro Hearthstone player Blitzchung. → Read More

Apple Arcade and Google Play Pass will be totally different stores

Google and Apple have just begun a public experiment. One that affects the daily lives of millions of people; specifically, anyone who plays mobile games. Appl... → Read More

All I want to do is chill and play 'Flight Simulator'

This is the best version of Bing Maps, hands-down. → Read More

If Facebook owns reality, it'll be impossible to opt out

Facebook is developing augmented reality glasses -- but that's not the wildest bit of future tech the company revealed during today's Oculus Connect keynote. Fo... → Read More

Facebook is mapping the planet to create a foundation for its AR glasses

Facebook is planning to overwrite your reality with a pair of glasses. → Read More

Morbidly charming puzzle game 'Felix the Reaper' lands October 17th

Felix the Reaper is a tragic, comedic love story that plays out in the bureaucratic cubicles of the underworld, and it's coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Swit... → Read More

Project xCloud's first public trial hits Android devices in October

Microsoft's first public test of Project xCloud is limited to Android users and doesn't include console streaming. → Read More

'The Last of Us Part II' lands on February 21st, 2020

The Last of Us Part II will hit PlayStation 4 on February 21st, 2020. Part II takes place a few years after the events of the first game, which became an instan... → Read More

A dentist made a game in MS Paint and it's terrifying

The scariest thing about World of Horror might be the fact that it's being lovingly crafted by a part-time dentist. Pawel Kozminski is the sole creator of World... → Read More

Consensual phishing: How to crack your half-forgotten crypto password

Phil Dougherty has a side hustle as a friendly hacker. By day, he's a software developer at the University of Wisconsin, building free educational games and con... → Read More

Apple Arcade exclusives have to be better than Frogger

Let's get one thing clear right away: Some Apple Arcade games will be fine. They'll be good, even. Sayonara Wild Hearts looks like a rapid-fire, neon-streaked m... → Read More

Apple Arcade launches with a new take on Frogger

Apple has reportedly spent upwards of $500 million to secure the titles it wants for the debut of Apple Arcade, the company's subscription game-streaming servic... → Read More

The next Nintendo Switch accessory is a springy circle

The Nintendo Switch is full of surprises. Not only is it a hybrid console for living room and mobile play, but it's received a lineup of add-ons that introduce... → Read More

'Divinity: Original Sin 2' is on Switch now with Steam cross saves

The sprawling fantasy RPG Divinity: Original Sin 2 - Definitive Edition is available on Nintendo Switch today, complete with cross-save capabilities with the St... → Read More

Investigation game 'Return of the Obra Dinn' hits consoles this fall

Return of the Obra Dinn is an award-winning, monochromatic investigation game set on a spooky 19th-century ship, and it's heading to Switch, PlayStation 4 and X... → Read More

This is the new Steam Library

Take a good look around, folks. This will be the home of your PC video game collection for the next decade or so, if history is anything to go by. The new Steam... → Read More

Emerging from the shadow of GamerGate

On August 26th, game developer Nathalie Lawhead published a blog post accusing legendary Skyrim composer Jeremy Soule of rape. It's a detailed account of the ev... → Read More

Dark-alley defense: Tech tools to keep you safe

"One of the best gadgets you can have is a doorstop." Douglas White has been in the personal security business for nearly 30 years. He started training in mart... → Read More

How to make your smart home more secure

Home is where the network is. Nowadays, modernizing a house means plugging in sensors, cameras, voice-activated hubs, smart lights and connected power sockets,... → Read More

'El Hijo' is a Spaghetti Western stealth game with heart

The art at the top of El Hijo's website says it all. A young boy in a red poncho stands at the edge of a cliff, overlooking a sun-bleached desert valley with a... → Read More