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Monthly Archives: February 2018

  • Far Cry 5 DLC Features Sound Awesome With Zombies, Mars And Mayhem In Vietnam

    Ubisoft is giving up some details on Far Cry 5 season pass DLC, and it sounds like it will be very different from what the core game delivers. The core game has players in Hope County, Montana combating The Project at Eden's Gate, as the cult prepares for the end of...
  • Chrome OS 64 Updated With Features That Continue To Meld With Android For Larger Screen Devices

    Google has published a new stable channel update for Chrome OS, which movies the operating system one step closer to replacing Android on tablets. The stable channel is now updated to 64.0.3282 (Platform version: 10176.65.0) for most devices running Chrome OS. The build packs in several fixes and security updates, while...
  • King of Kong Billy Mitchell Sees His Donkey Kong Record Stripped, Emulator Cheating Suspected

    More drama is unfolding in the ultra-competitive retro arcade gaming scene, and yes, that is a thing. Billy Mitchell, the arcade legend who appeared as a central character opposite Steve Wiebe in the documentary The King of Kong: A Fistful of Quarters, has been accused of cheating his way into...
  • Razer Phone Now Available in Limited Gold Edition Celebrating Spring Festival

    Razer has announced a new variant of its flagship Android smartphone in order to celebrate the Chinese New Year/Spring Festival. Unfortunately, there's isn't much "new" here, as the Gold Edition Razer Phone, which commemorates The Year of the Dog, simply swaps out its silver-trimmed triple-headed snake logo on the back...
  • Massive Smominru Botnet Is Turning Windows PCs Into Cryptocurrency Mining Zombies

    With Monero being relatively easy to mine compared to other cryptocurrencies, legitimate users and a bunch of nefarious users are working hard to mine the valuable digital currency. The value of Monero means that some of those nefarious users are rolling out massive botnets to shackle PCs into working for them. ...
  • Latest Samsung Galaxy S9 Leak Highlights Battery, Rear Camera And Fingerprint Sensor

    The Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ will be officially revealed later this month, but supply chain leaks and images of the smartphones have already shed plenty of light on what to expect on February 25th. The latest leak comes in the form of multiple components that will go into...
  • Intel SSD DC P4600 NVMe PCIe Review: Low-Latency TLC Storage For The Data Center

    Last year, Intel updated its line-up of NVMe, PCI Express-based solid state drives, for cloud and data center applications, with a couple of different models tuned for different workloads. The Intel SSD DC P4600 we will be showing you here was among those drives. It features a fourth-generation Intel controller...
  • Final Fantasy XV Benchmark For PC Is Out, Here Are Some Quick And Dirty Scores

    In just a few weeks, Square Enix will finally release Final Fantasy XV for PC, and the promise ever since the publisher announced minimum and recommended system requirements back in October is that it will run on a wide variety of systems. If you are in doubt, however, or just...
  • Meltdown And Spectre Proof of Concept Malware Code Hits The Internet

    It's been roughly a month since the first reports concerning Spectre and Meltdown began appearing on the web. Since that time, hardware and software companies have been working together to release BIOS/microcode updates, software patches, and operating system kernel updates to protect customers. Even though the industry has been pushing...
  • PlayStation 4 Cumulative Sales Top 76.5 Million, But YoY Numbers Are Down

    Sony saw a drop in PlayStation 4 console sales during the three-month period ended December 31, the company's third-quarter of fiscal 2017. In a newly released earnings report, Sony indicated it sold 9 million PS4 consoles during the quarter, down 700,000 units from the 9.7 million PS4 consoles it sold...

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