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Capcom Reveals Monster Hunter World: Iceborne Post-Launch Content Updates

Capcom Reveals Monster Hunter World: Iceborne Post-Launch Content Updates

January 20, 2020 at 10:05 am 0 comments

Leaked last week, the post-launch plans for Capcom’s Monster Hunter World: Iceborne have just been confirmed today. Everything announced will be available for free on PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4, although not at the same time at first. Moreover, Capcom confirmed that the timing for subsequent major Iceborne contentRead More

Disintegration Closed Multiplayer Technical Beta Announced

Disintegration Closed Multiplayer Technical Beta Announced

January 20, 2020 at 9:51 am 0 comments

Disintegration, the first-person shooter from Halo co-creator Marcus Lehto’s studio V1 Interactive and Private Division, will run a closed multiplayer technical beta later this month. Shortly after, an open beta will be available for those didn’t have the chance to get into the closed beta. Although the game does featureRead More

Zero Dawn Coming to PC

Zero Dawn Coming to PC

January 20, 2020 at 9:37 am 0 comments

As time goes by, Sony and Microsoft realize the importance of having their console exclusive games in the hands of as many people as possible. Microsoft has already decided to make all its high-profile titles available on both Xbox and PC at the same time, but Sony has been reluctantRead More

Visit Skyrim in the Next Elder Scrolls Online Expansion Called Greymoor

Visit Skyrim in the Next Elder Scrolls Online Expansion Called Greymoor

January 20, 2020 at 9:22 am 0 comments

Zenimax has just announced the next chapter in The Elder Scrolls Online saga: Greymoor. Although the name might not tell you anything, the developers revealed that this year’s new massive expansion is set in Western Skyrim and Blackreach, and the year-long “Dark Heart of Skyrim” storyline. The upcoming expansion bringsRead More

Manjaro Linux Laptop with 10th Gen Intel Chips to Launch as “Dell XPS 13 Killer”

Manjaro Linux Laptop with 10th Gen Intel Chips to Launch as “Dell XPS 13 Killer”

January 20, 2020 at 7:28 am 0 comments

Tuxedo Computers has teased new laptops coming with high-end specs, including an AMD Ryzen model that would specifically be aimed at competing against Dell XPS 13. Manjaro Lead Project Developer Philip Müller confirmed in an interview with Forbes that a partnership with Tuxedo Computers will bring us several new LinuxRead More

FBI in Possession of Software Able to Profile Anyone Using Just a Picture

FBI in Possession of Software Able to Profile Anyone Using Just a Picture

January 20, 2020 at 7:12 am 0 comments

The FBI might have a hard time breaking into locked iPhones, but on the other hand, finding the name, address, and other details of anyone walking down the street is something that it can easily do. And it’s all thanks to software developed by a company called Clearview AI, whichRead More

AMD Zen 3 Microcode Spotted in the Linux Kernel

AMD Zen 3 Microcode Spotted in the Linux Kernel

January 20, 2020 at 6:58 am 0 comments

AMD Zen 3 microcode has recently been spotted in the Linux kernel, months ahead of the expected launch of this new line of processors. The discovery was shared on Twitter by @KOMACHI_ENSAKA, who says the new code is linked with EDAC, or Error Detection and Correction. By the looks ofRead More

It Turns Out Tesla Electric Cars Can Double as Bitcoin Nodes Too

It Turns Out Tesla Electric Cars Can Double as Bitcoin Nodes Too

January 20, 2020 at 6:38 am 0 comments

When it’s not being hacked to do uncanny things like forcing the Autopilot to switch lanes, the Tesla onboard computer can do all kinds of cool stuff, including (it seems) playing the role of a full Bitcoin node. A successful experiment conducted by the developers of Bitcoin project Bcoin showedRead More

US Department of Homeland Security Issues Warning on Windows Browser Flaw

US Department of Homeland Security Issues Warning on Windows Browser Flaw

January 20, 2020 at 6:22 am 0 comments

The Internet Explorer zero-day that Microsoft has recently acknowledged is the subject of a new security advisory published by the US Department of Homeland Security. In an advisory published this weekend, the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) warns that an attacker can obtain the full control of an unpatchedRead More

EU Could Ban Facial Recognition in Public Places Until 2025

EU Could Ban Facial Recognition in Public Places Until 2025

January 20, 2020 at 5:58 am 0 comments

The use of facial recognition in public areas in EU state members might be banned until 2025, according to a recent proposal of European regulators. The European Commission believes that before rolling out facial recognition technology in public areas, the technology needs to be better regulated in a way thatRead More

Facebook Mistakenly Offers Indecent Translation of China President’s Name

Facebook Mistakenly Offers Indecent Translation of China President’s Name

January 20, 2020 at 5:41 am 0 comments

China’s President Xi Jinping visited Myanmar after nearly two decades, a historic moment that obviously made the headlines on all media channels. Including Facebook, that is, where Myanmar officials shared updates on Xi Jinping’s visit in capital city Naypyidaw. The social network founded by Mark Zuckerberg, however, made an errorRead More

Microsoft Edge Could Get Color Themes Improvements, More Transparency

Microsoft Edge Could Get Color Themes Improvements, More Transparency

January 19, 2020 at 9:08 am 0 comments

The Chromium-based Microsoft Edge browser is now available for download, and since the stable version has finally shipped, Microsoft can now focus on improving the overall experience going forward. One key focus for the software giant is the design of the browser, and the company says it’s closely analyzing userRead More

Louis Vuitton Launches $1,100 Wireless Earbuds for Those Who Enjoy Wasting Money

Louis Vuitton Launches $1,100 Wireless Earbuds for Those Who Enjoy Wasting Money

January 18, 2020 at 7:43 am 0 comments

If money typically burns a hole in your pocket and you’re ready to spend a small fortune on new wireless earbuds, you better forget about Apple’s AirPods. I mean, yeah, the AirPods are more expensive that the other earbuds out there, but it’s a new product the one that willRead More

Bored Gamer Connects PS4 to Airport Screen, Asks Security to Let Him Finish Game

Bored Gamer Connects PS4 to Airport Screen, Asks Security to Let Him Finish Game

January 18, 2020 at 7:27 am 0 comments

The passion for gaming has no limits, and security staff at the Portland International Airport certainly knows this best. A hardcore gamer, who for some reason was carrying a PlayStation 4 in his luggage, decided to plug in his gaming console to a monitor used to display passenger information onlyRead More

Microsoft Warns Windows Users of Incoming Attacks Due to Browser Zero-Day

Microsoft Warns Windows Users of Incoming Attacks Due to Browser Zero-Day

January 18, 2020 at 6:21 am 0 comments

Microsoft has confirmed that a zero-day flaw in Internet Explorer is being exploited by malicious actors. The vulnerability, impacts all Windows 10 versions, Windows 8.1, and the recently-discontinued Windows 7. Microsoft rated it as “moderate” on Windows Server devices and “critical” on client versions of Windows. Internet Explorer 9, InternetRead More

PinePhone, the $149 Linux Phone, Has Started Shipping for the Brave of Heart

PinePhone, the $149 Linux Phone, Has Started Shipping for the Brave of Heart

January 17, 2020 at 11:24 pm 0 comments

The long-anticipated PinePhone Linux-powered smartphone has finally started shipping to customers who were brave enough to purchase the first batch. The PinePhone Linux phone has been available for pre-order since mid-November 2019, and those who bought one paid as low as $149 USD for the device, which doesn’t ship withRead More

Get GeForce 442.01 Hotfix for Call of Duty Modern Warfare and The Witcher 3

Get GeForce 442.01 Hotfix for Call of Duty Modern Warfare and The Witcher 3

January 17, 2020 at 7:03 pm 0 comments

NVIDIA has announced the availability of a new GeForce graphics driver, namely version 442.01 Hotfix, which resolves The Witcher 3 game crashes when users reach a specific cut scene, and more. The current update also makes sure streaming Call of Duty Modern Warfare gameplay using StreamLabs OBS won’t randomly stopRead More

AMD Adds Support for Vulkan 1.2

AMD Adds Support for Vulkan 1.2

January 17, 2020 at 6:36 pm 0 comments

AMD has announced the availability of a new version of its Radeon Software Adrenalin 2020 Edition Graphics driver, namely the 20.1.2 (19.50.11.10) package, which includes support for the newly released Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot and is conformant with the Vulkan 1.2 specifications. In addition to that, the current update alsoRead More

Google is Reportedly Working to Bring Steam Support to Chromebooks

Google is Reportedly Working to Bring Steam Support to Chromebooks

January 17, 2020 at 4:23 pm 0 comments

It would appear that Google is working to bring official Steam support to its Linux-based Chrome OS operating system for supported Chromebook devices. According to a report from the Android Police website, Kan Liu, director of product management for Google’s Chrome OS, revealed the fact that Steam support could beRead More

How to Use an iPhone as a Google Account Security Key

How to Use an iPhone as a Google Account Security Key

January 17, 2020 at 1:35 pm 0 comments

Two-step verification has become a must-have for pretty much everything that is connected to the Internet, and enabling this feature for Google accounts is without a doubt mandatory to remain secure. And Google not only that has made setting up two-factor authentication for Google accounts a very convenient process, butRead More

How to Install Google Chrome Themes in the New Microsoft Edge Browser

How to Install Google Chrome Themes in the New Microsoft Edge Browser

January 17, 2020 at 12:49 pm 0 comments

Microsoft has a new Windows and Mac browser, and unsurprisingly, many rushed to install it, not necessarily to become their mainly driver, but at least to take it for a spin and see what it’s up to. One of the main benefits of the Chromium-based Microsoft Edge is exactly this,Read More

Google Chrome Updated with Mitigation for Windows 10 Vulnerability Found by NSA

Google Chrome Updated with Mitigation for Windows 10 Vulnerability Found by NSA

January 17, 2020 at 11:12 am 0 comments

Google has released a new security update for Google Chrome browser which includes several important patches, including mitigation for the Windows 10 vulnerability patched by Microsoft this week and discovered by the NSA. The update to version 79.0.3945.130 on Windows, Mac, and Linux, includes a total of 11 security fixes,Read More

Chinese Phone Maker OPPO Launches Bug Bounty in Search for Increased Security

Chinese Phone Maker OPPO Launches Bug Bounty in Search for Increased Security

January 17, 2020 at 10:41 am 0 comments

Chinese phone maker OPPO has announced its very first bug bounty program in an attempt to work closer with security experts on finding and fixing vulnerabilities in its products. Chinese companies have often been accused for their poor security practices, many of them suspected of conducing malicious activities for theRead More

Australian Government Spends Millions on Security Updates for Windows 7

Australian Government Spends Millions on Security Updates for Windows 7

January 17, 2020 at 9:46 am 0 comments

The Australian government will pay nearly $9 million for custom Windows 7 security patches, as a number of devices in its fleet are still running the operating system that reached the end of support on January 14. The Department of Defense and the Australian Taxation Office will spend $6,096,044 andRead More

Scotland Solves the Password-Protected iPhone Issue in the Easiest Possible Way

Scotland Solves the Password-Protected iPhone Issue in the Easiest Possible Way

January 17, 2020 at 9:31 am 0 comments

While the United States is pushing for Apple to unlock password-protected iPhones and wants the industry to put backdoors into all electronics, Scotland has come up with an idea that’s very likely to work much smoother going forward. Police Scotland will use so-called cyber kiosks to break into locked devicesRead More

Adult Site Leaks 20GB of Porn Cam Models Data, Including Names, Passport Scans

Adult Site Leaks 20GB of Porn Cam Models Data, Including Names, Passport Scans

January 17, 2020 at 8:33 am 0 comments

More than 875,000 files that included data belonging to over 4,000 models working on adult websites have been exposed in a nearly 20GB data publicly available on an Amazon server located in Virginia. Security researchers at vpnMentor reveal in an analysis of the leak that the server belongs to adultRead More