A great old-school role-playing game with a modern veneer
The new flagship iPhone makes our hands look small
Compact disc burner for first-time and advanced users
If you just want to listen to music and do nothing else, then you should look no fu...
Message Retraction will be delivered in the next beta
This is what retailers have begun to show for the video card
The Windows search is still years behind third-party apps
GTA V’s FlyFo Radio Gets Exclusive Music from Flying Lotus, Krayzie Bone, Doom on PC, Xbox One and PS4
Overall, gamers can enjoy more than 100 new tracks
The businessman is confident Donahoe will do right by the company during next year's split from PayPal
The birth coincides with their fourth wedding anniversary
Shared threat intelligence helps connect attacks from the same threat actor and indetify the different tools they use
Cyber-attacks from threat actors believed to operate from China and Russia under governmental supervision have captured most of the headlines of the security beat in online publications lately, bringing to public attention the unseen war between nations across the globe.
The groups have been in the business of stealing sensitive information from infrastructure companies, government organizations, and NATO, for several years, leveraging APTs (advanced persistent threats).
As its name suggests, an APT is designed as an advanced threat that can infiltrate a target’s networ...
Philanthropists and governments can spend all the money they want on fighting it, there's one thing that matters more
Earlier this week, Mark Zuckerberg and wife Priscilla Chan announced that they would donate $25 million (€19.5 million) to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The money is expected to help contain the spread of the deadly Ebola disease in the country.
Back in September, on the 16th day of the month, to be more precise, US President Barack Obama announced that the country would invest as much as $750 million (€579 million) in efforts to put a leash on the ongoing epidemic in West Africa.
The World Bank and the African Development Bank have too pledged ...
Nexus 9 is currently up for pre-order, ships out in November
After being in the rumor mill since the dawn of time, Google finally launched the Nexus 9 tablet. Unexpectedly, the search giant did so under pretty obscure circumstances – it did not do so during a special event and just posted the information on its official blog.
The tablet arrives with an 8.9-inch form factor which is neither small nor large. Enthusiasts might go as far and call it just right. But one of the most interesting aspects of the slate is that it runs on a 64-bit NVIDIA Tegra K1 processor.
NVIDIA Tegra K1 is touted as being "insanely" powerful
Fonts are so big in WP apps that it's nearly impossible to use a number of programs, such as Twitter and WhatsApp
My adventure in the world of Windows Phone continues with a new episode, this time entirely focused on something that's not only ineffective in terms of usability, but also really hard to understand when it comes to the reasons it's been implemented.
Windows Phone fonts. Probably one the most striking difference between Windows Phone and any other mobile operating system out there, be it Android, iOS or BlackBerry 10, is the fonts that Microsoft used on its platform, obviously in an attempt to bring it in line with the desktop Windows 8 and tablet-oriented Windows RT.
The fact that you are killing "the enemy" in most games does not make your actions right or excusable, just convenient
There's been a lot of discussion regarding the topic of violence in video games, and apparently the discussion is far from over.
A trailer for an upcoming top-down shooter that uses excessive violence as an excuse for pretty much everything is rousing a strong reaction from the gaming community on a popular forum, due to its questionable choice of setting.
The game, titled Hatred, is described by its developers as a horror game where you are the antagonist, a homicidal maniac that hates the world and wants to kill as many innocent people as he is able to before being gunn...
Google's intention to go into Wireless Internet could have a great impact on the Internet Service Providers in the US
Google may have set eyes on becoming a big player in the Internet Service Providers world and that could be a really good thing.
I’m not saying that having Google take a part in every step you take online doesn’t come with a healthy dose of creepiness, but I am saying that there are plenty of perks to such a move, especially when it comes to the United States.
And that’s because, as I wrote in a previous article, there’s no competition among Internet Service Providers in the United States. Of course, that’s not exactly a surprise. After all, peop...
They may look perfect on screen but they're not
For most of us, looking in a beauty or fashion magazine is an unpleasant experience, since the people depicted there seem to be anatomically perfect and visually pleasing, and even if we know that the photos are often retouched and modified to a point they no longer represent reality, we still feel bad about ourselves.
This article is meant to correct that, or at least tilt the balance in your favor for a little while. This is going to be your guilty pleasure of the day, the place you go to feel good about yourself because at least you don't have any weirdly shaped body part, or even ...
Final version is expected to drop in early November
Footage that landed Momoa a major role on “Game of Thrones” season 1 emerges online, goes viral immediately
A comprehensive and efficient software utility designed to help you quickly create your own family tree, with the possibility of adding images or stories.
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