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The Second Annual Meta Quest Gaming Showcase that took place this week showed off a lot of really cool entries, but one game in particular displayed something strange in the neighborhood. That's right Ghostbusters VR! Ghostbusters video games have a history almost as long as the popular Sony subsidiary film... Read more...
As we have alluded to in numerous recent posts, security and malware-related alerts are almost weekly if not more frequent. According to Google's Project Zero, a whopping 58 zero day exploits were found in 2021. That's basically about 1.12 new zero day exploits a week. Project Zero is an initiative from Google... Read more...
There has been an ever-increasing number of vulnerabilities and malware rearing their ugly heads lately. One of the most common things these malware will attempt to do is gain elevated permissions to allow execution of its code without user interaction. Recently, a new vulnerability was found in the popular archival... Read more...
A new version of Android is around the corner, and it has a few new tricks up its sleeve. Users and developers alike should be getting excited as some of these updates include major performance updates to make game performance much smoother. The Android operating system, according to StatCounter, makes up a... Read more...
Does everyone remember those classic digital alarm clocks? You know, the ones with a loud and grating buzzer sound that makes people want to throw them out the window. Or how about the classic alarm bell? Those sounds are were intentionally loud, irritating, and jarring to ensure you'd wake up and start your day... Read more...
When Microsoft added Windows Subsystem for Linux it was exciting for developers, but it also raised a question. "If Windows can run Linux, when will it run Android?" A logical inquiry of course, because Android is a Linux-based operating system. Unfortunately, now that Android Subsystem has been added, a bad egg has... Read more...
As you see Geralt wandering through the lands, you can "toss a coin to your Witcher!" So the song goes, but Xbox Series X and Playstation 5 owners need not apply. Apparently, the popular RPG is not coming to those platforms in enhanced form, at least not yet. CD Projekt Red, the developers behind The Witcher games... Read more...
Exciting news for metaverse creators! Creations inside Horizon Worlds, the Metaverse anchor platform of the Facebook parent company Meta, is currently testing monetization. That is great news, except it seems like the creators are hearing "Taxman" by the Beatles resounding through their headsets. "Creator... Read more...
Another day another malware threat. Do you ever notice how, when you open an e-mail link, money in your bank account drains away? That shouldn't happen, but if it does, it's probably thanks to QBot's new distribution method. You might be thinking, 'Hey, I'm smart enough to know I shouldn't click on iffy links!'... Read more...
Do you own an Apple Studio Display? Have you been frustrated by the update failure errors over the past couple of days? And has it affected the ability to update your macOS as well? Well, an easy solution is at hand. Try again. No, seriously, that is the solution. Apple made a booboo with the software signing for... Read more...
It has been twenty years since the release of Kingdom Hearts for the Playstation 2 by Square Enix, in collaboration with Disney. Today, the development company, which is synonymous with the JRPG genre, announced three new titles in the popular franchise to the delight of fans worldwide. There are two mobile titles and... Read more...
Always be wary of installing apps on your mobile device, regardless of where that app comes from. Many people use their mobile devices for banking and other financial transactions, because they're always with us, always connected, and easy to use. Unfortunately, because of their ubiquity and ease of use, mobile phones... Read more...
Do you ever find a bug in a video game and think, "How did QA miss this?" Well, the most likely reason is usually a combination of being overworked and underpaid. It may seem like fun testing video games, but it is actually a lot of work that requires intimate knowledge of the title, much of its code, a specific... Read more...
In February of this year, Russia invaded the nation of Ukraine. Unfortunately, the actions of Russia displaced many people from their homes, creating refugees, homeless, many injuries, missing people, and, sadly, the loss of life. These are somber, eye awakening events. However, in the eyes of adversity mankind has a... Read more...
Do you remember when Microsoft said Windows 10 is "...the last Windows?" We sure do. It is obvious now that the Redmond software giant has walked back on that claim, as it has since released Windows 11. And apparently, for Windows 11, yet another OS installation could be in your future. According to a recent post... Read more...
Early adopters of new flagships almost always have some growing pains or woes. The Pixel 6, Google's latest flagship, is no different. Many users have complained of problems with the camera and wireless charging. The upcoming Android 12 Security update, which comes to Pixel 6 this month, aims to fix that. In our... Read more...
Android users, do you ever look over at the Apple ecosystem and think, "Why don't we get that?" It's hard to ignore the interconnectivity capabilities between iOS, iPadOS, and macOS and all the features that come with living in an Apple ecosystem. Even people who claim to "hate" Apple can't deny that usefulness and... Read more...
Noise cancelling earbuds are a thing of beauty when it comes to cutting out the static of the world around you, and staying in your zone for a stress-relieving workout or perhaps a calming chillout in your bedtime routine. And if you haven't made the jump to ANC (Active Noise Cancelling) earbuds yet, we have what just... Read more...
Alright, you've got your Sony Walkman, The Boss on cassette, and you're jamming out as you walk through a construction zone. Hearing the wonderful noises of power tools, jack-hammers, and none of your music. Or at least you would be if it was 1984, but today we have much better technology that drowns out external... Read more...
The computing and gaming industries have had their fair share of tropes over the years. Such as in the late 2000's when "Will it run crysis?" was asked of any computing device put on the market upon the release of a hardware-punishing title. But few games tropes are as prolific as "Can you put Doom on it?" We've... Read more...
So you've been sifting through the Facebook Marketplace or eBay, trying to find yourself a shiny new iPhone. You finally come across one and can't believe the deal you're getting! You receive the device in the mail and find out something's wrong. It could be anything, so you decide to take it to an authorized repair... Read more...
The dreaded Blue Screen of Death, or BSOD, has been the bane of every Windows users' existence for every generation of the OS. With every new version of Windows, Microsoft has claimed that there will be fewer or no blue screens. Rarely has the company been correct about this, though. Even the Xbox has not been immune... Read more...
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