Archive for January, 2017
Silicon Valley has united against the executive order barring immigrants and effectively closing the country's border. This is heartwarming--and a distraction from the work these companies would rather be doing.
The expansion also includes a new class, another PvP mode, and a new twelve-player dungeon.
Take-Two Interactive prevailed in lawsuit started against the company by two of its "NBA 2k15" customers, who accused it of violating Illinois' biometrics privacy law.
The hack is said to have affected nearly 1.9 million people and leaked usernames, email addresses, and salted passwords.
Rebellion's latest trailer for "Sniper Elite 4" shows you everything you need to know before you pick up the game on Valentine's Day.
Facebook and GitHub partnered up to make sure their users never permanently lose access to their accounts.
Spora ransomware has started spreading via hacked websites that claim to require a "Chrome Font Pack."
There appears to be a lot of demand for a low-cost 6DoF tracking system with hand controllers for budget VR. Who knew?
Intel revealed during its Q4 2016 earnings call that unspecified CPU failures have impacted its bottom line. Intel enjoyed record Q4 revenue and a record $59.4 billion in overall 2016 revenue, but CPU failures reduced the Data Center Group's financials.
The announcement is the latest in Newegg's efforts to bring Indiegogo-funded products to market.