Can this skateboarding sequel nail the landing?
Rich anti-malware application with powerful security modules
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PhotoQt has a novel approach and it feels unique
Secunia report shows that Internet Explorer is no longer the most vulnerable app in the world these days
US govt data shows that Chrome is the top browser
Most people who access govt sites use Windows
It always comes down to a single bug that needs to be fixed
Cyanogen could become a third alternative to iOS and Android
Today’s mobile market offers countless choices when it comes to selecting a handset model. Or is it just wishful thinking to believe that as a consumer we are able to single out the best option suited to our characteristic needs? It is indeed a bit complicated to provide a solid answer to this question.
The mobile market is populated by countless smartphone manufacturers who are constantly trying to convince the masses their products are the ones you should be pickup up by flashing before your eyes innovating designs and advanced software. But there’s a catch.
They give developers more space to express themselves
The first downloadable content for Dragon Age: Inquisition, called Jaws of Hakkon, was teased, detailed by a leak, officially announced, and then actually launched in the course of three days, which must be a record for the modern video game industry.
And the whole process, as well as the content included in the actual DLC, serves as a good reason for the gaming industry to re-evaluate their love for the current model of post-launch support and to consider a return to the days when we got access to full expansions for those titles that performed well and got a solid fan base.
Hysteria takes over the fans, and it’s captivating to watch
Even if you’re not a fan of One Direction, if you use social media or browse the Internet for gossip and news from showbiz, chances are you already heard of the huge tragedy that befell One Directioners, as their fans are called.
Indeed, Zayn Malik, one of the 5 members, has decided to get out of the band 5 years after their start on the X Factor. This happened smack in the middle of a tour and somewhat out of the blue, but if you knew how to read the signs, you could have seen it coming at least half a year ago.
But that’s not what’s captivating about the who...
The new first-person shooter goes all-in on cops vs. robbers
Battlefield Hardline released last week and finally brought forth its novel take on the core Battlefield recipe. As I mentioned in my review, the game does some things well and other things less so, but when looking at the broader picture, the game deserves a lot of praise for the innovation it brings to the long-running first-person shooter series.
The Battlefield series saw life way back in 2002, when Swedish studio DICE partnered with Electronic Arts to bring forth Battlefield 1942, a World War 2 shooter that introduced not just great mechanics but also plenty of vehicles like a...
A look into the future of Apple, how they've changed and the way they think when designing new technologies
I used to be a patent nerd. Just by reading the filings for the United States Patent and Trademark Office, you can somewhat realize what's in store for next-generation Apple devices.
The Cupertino, California-based tech giant does not always release the new stuff right away. Sometimes you see the second or third iteration of a technology filed as a patent before you can recognize it in a device. However, when Apple adds something new to their hardware, you can be sure of two things:
1. It is the best thing some could have done in that field and
2. This is not th...
Clash between cyber-spying and the defense companies
Cyber security companies have a privileged position as far as digital crime is concerned, as they get to see what happens on both sides of the cybercrime fence.
Their activity requires to keep a constant eye on the underground forums to stay updated with the trends and develop new strategies and methods to thwart the nefarious actions against their clients.
Malware is malware, no matter who wields it
The technology created for this purpose is often used to help law enforcement disrupt the actions of organized cybercrime groups across the world, as trumpeted p...
US senator wants to make marijuana legal for pets, introduced a bill addressing the issue earlier this week
Earlier this week, on Tuesday, politician and Nevada senator Tick Segerblom introduced a bill proposing that marijuana be made legal for pets. Specifically, the bill makes a case in favor of allowing people to offer their life companions cannabis.
The issue of legalizing marijuana is in itself a touchy subject, what with some arguing that this weed is nothing but a gateway drug sure to lead guys and gals down the path of a life of r...
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