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Monthly Archives: June 2017

  • Much Respect: Rockstar Games Asks Take-Two To Step Off GTA V PC Modders And OpenIV

    It is better to have some mods instead of none, right? Rockstar Games and Grand Theft Auto publisher Take-Two Interactive have agreed to not take legal action against single-player mods. Rockstar released a statement noting, “Take-Two has agreed that it generally will not take legal action against third-party projects involving...
  • Apple’s New Chicago Retail Store Has A Big MacBook Laptop For A Roof

    Regardless of how you feel about the company, there is no denying Apple excels at industrial design. The iPhone, Macbook Air, and even its retail stores have all spurred copycats the world over. Apple’s latest retail store, which is currently under construction, however, won’t be copied anytime soon. Why? Because...
  • Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered Standalone Release Comes With A DLC Tax

    Would you pay full price—or close to full price—for a game that is nearly a decade old? Activision is banking on Call of Duty fans doing exactly that when the standalone version of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered ships later this month. If you want the full experience, you'll...
  • Massive Windows 10 Core Source Code Leak Puts Redstone And ARM OneCore Builds At Risk

    Well, this is not good. Chunks of source code related to internal Windows builds that have not yet been released to the general public were leaked online. According to The Register, a "massive treasure trove" totaling 32TB of official and non-public installation images and software blueprints was compressed down to...
  • Router hack risk 'not limited to Virgin Media'

    A weakness that left thousands of Virgin Media routers vulnerable to attack also affects devices by other providers, security experts suggest. Virgin Media's Super Hub 2 was criticised for using short default passwords that could easily be cracked by attackers. But experts raised concerns that older routers provided by BT...
  • Microsoft Windows 10 S Immune To Ransomware? Guess Again

    Getting excited about an operating system like Windows 10 S may be difficult for some users. Only a certain type of user would opt to use a whittled-down, locked-down OS by choice, but for the security conscious, it makes a lot of sense. After all, 10 S is still Windows...
  • Google Says It Won't Snoop Your Inbox Anymore For Targeted GMail Ads

    Have you ever noticed that if you mention a product in email, it has a way of translating over to ads? In some cases, it might be a coincidence. But if you use Gmail, there is a much higher chance that Google scanned the contents of your email, picked up...
  • Textalyzer Device Will Allow Cops To Snoop Your Cell Phone To See If You’ve Been Texting While Driving

    According to the National Safety Council, one-quarter of all accidents in the United States are caused by texting and driving. Approximately 330,000 people a year are injured due to accidents involving texting and driving. In order to combat the problem, police officers are currently testing the “Textalyzer”, a device that...
  • Ask Alexa Who’s At The Door With Amazon Echo Smart Home Camera Control

    Home security will be a little more convenient for Amazon Echo Show owners. According to a new blog post on the Amazon Alexa Development site, users will be able to view live video feeds from their smart home cameras on their Echo Show through the Smart Home Skill API. Soon...
  • Google Presents VR180 Video Format And Camera That Shoots VR In High Fidelity Half 360-Degree View

    VidCon is rocking and rolling in Anaheim, California, and with it has come a number of announcements from Google. Google most notably just announced VR180 video format that will enable content creators to develop VR-friendly content. They also just revealed that they are working with manufacturers to bring new affordable...

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