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Monthly Archives: December 2017

  • Nintendo Switch Homebrew Launcher Could Allow Custom Software Via NVIDIA Backdoor

    Nintendo gaming consoles are typically pretty well locked down (at least initially), and are a tough nut to crack for enthusiasts. About the closest that homebrew wizards came to prying inside the inner working of the Nintendo Switch was to find a hidden NES Golf game, which was included in...
  • PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds Surges Past 3 Million Concurrent Users, Shows No Sign Of Stopping

    You can’t really talk about shooters without someone bringing up PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, or PUBG as it's more commonly known. The game has proven to be insanely popular, even if it has its bugs and issues that fans lament. The game has finally exited alpha on PC and only recently landed...
  • PlayStation 4 On Track To Top 100 Million Units Sold In 2019

    The PS4 is doing very well for Sony even though the console is long in the tooth. The console continues to sell robustly and analyst Lewis Ward, a researcher with IDC, says that the console will probably hit 100 million units sold in 2019. That would mean between 2018 and...
  • Bose, Sonos Speakers Vulnerable To Remote Hijacking And Nefarious Network Spying

    Are consumers putting too much trust into smart speakers that a monitor their surroundings and send recorded data over the web? That is a question that was recently posed, drawing a comment from the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) calling digital assistants and other IoT devices a "triple threat to...
  • Fancy Chicago Apple Store With MacBook Roof Poses Falling Ice Threat To Its Customers

    Apple's flagship store in Chicago has a unique design aesthetic, much like the company's mobile devices (big Apple logos don't hurt). Despite the building's interesting, MacBook-inspired looks, though, the winter weather conditions in the area have exposed a problem. Customers of the store are now greeted by large signs warning...
  • Popular Google Chrome Extension Hacked To Covertly Mine Cryptocurrency

    If you are a user of the popular Google Chrome extension "Archive Poster" you need to be aware that the extension has been misbehaving lately. Currently "Archive Poster" has over 105,000 users and has in recent weeks turned into an in-browser cryptocurrency miner. The extension isn't asking permission to hijack...
  • The Nigerian Prince Sugar Daddy Email Spammer Has Finally Been Busted

    Most of you reading this have probably at some point been contacted by someone claiming you are the beneficiary in a will of a Nigerian prince. As the scam goes, all you have to do is submit your personal information and Western Union some funds to process the necessary paperwork...
  • Police shoot dead man after alleged Call of Duty 'swatting' hoax

    Media playback is unsupported on your device A man has been arrested after an alleged "swatting" prank call led to police shooting dead a 28-year-old man. Andrew Finch was shot at his front door on 28 December in Wichita, Kansas. Police surrounded the home after receiving a hoax emergency call...
  • Motorola Moto Z2 Force Android 8.0 Oreo OTA Update Hits T-Mobile Network

    Motorola announced a few months ago that it was planning to roll out the latest version of Google's mobile operating system, Android 8.0 Oreo, to several of its handsets. Making good on that promise, some Moto Z2 Force owners on T-Mobile have received the over-the-air update, joining their Moto Z2...
  • Kodi Media Player Arrives To Transform Your Xbox One Into A Multimedia Powerhouse

    As 2017 winds down, Kodi has an announcement that Xbox One fans will really appreciate. Kodi for Xbox One is now available globally via the Windows and Xbox Store. One caveat of the software is that Kodi says it is not completely finished and may contain missing features and bugs...

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