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New ‘Overwatch’ Workshop Lets Players Create Their Very Own Custom Games

Blizzard Entertainment announced the 'Overwatch' Workshop, which is described as a simplified game scripting system. The Workshop update is currently available on PC and has now gone live in the game's public test server.

Video Games April 25, 2019

Nintendo's Legendary Game Boy Turns 30 Years Old

Congratulations are in order for Nintendo as Game Boy celebrates its 30th birthday. For that, here is a look back at Game Boy's remarkable milestone that spans three decades.

Video Games April 23, 2019

Nintendo Switch Will Soon Be Released In China By Tencent

Chinese authorities in the province of Guangdong authorized Tencent Holdings to distribute the Nintendo Switch console. The popular hybrid gaming console comes preinstalled with a test version of the 'New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe.'

Video Games April 21, 2019

Silicon Valley Wants To Build Landmark Architectural Icon To Represent Area

Silicon Valley is arguably a famous destination that lures tourists from around the world but it lacks an architectural icon to represent itself. However, it would likely have an iconic landmark soon to symbolize its greatness.

April 21, 2019

Ubisoft Honors Notre Dame Cathedral By Letting People Play 'Assassin’s Creed Unity' For Free

Ubisoft donated €500,000 to help with the restoration and reconstruction of the Notre Dame de Paris Cathedral. Apart from its donation, 'Assassin's Creed Unity' on PC comes free to download until April 25.

Video Games April 19, 2019

Hackers Can Use Microsoft Customer Support To Read Private E-Mails

Microsoft confirmed that hackers targeted a limited number of e-mail accounts on Hotmail, MSN, and Outlook. It assured its users that it takes data protection very seriously, and it is currently investigating the issue.

Microsoft April 17, 2019

Gears 5 Gearing Up For Multiplayer Unveiling This June

Microsoft confirmed the multiplayer mode reveal of 'Gears 5' is happening in June during new eSports TV show. The upcoming third-person video game is anticipated to be one of Microsoft’s biggest game launches for 2019.

Video Games April 17, 2019

2020 EcoBoost Mustang Soon To Be Most Powerful Sports Car From Ford

Ford will officially debut the 2020 Ford Mustang EcoBoost on Wednesday, April 17, as part of the National Mustang Day festivities. It will become the most powerful four-cylinder sports car offered by an American automaker when it goes on sale.

Car Tech April 16, 2019

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice Blasts Through 2 Million Sales In 10 Days

'Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice' could now be FromSoftware's fastest-selling title. The single-player action-adventure game sold 2 million copies in just 10 days, toppling 'Dark Souls III' at the top with 3 million sales in two months.

Video Games April 16, 2019

Digital Music May Have Increased Carbon Footprint Compared To Age Of Vinyl, CDs, And Tape

The decrease in the use of plastics and the rise of downloading and streaming of music is good for the environment. However, a new study shows otherwise.

Apps/Software April 11, 2019

Fallout 76 Update Brings Controversial ‘Pay-To-Win’ Repair Kits Into Play

Bethesda announced late last week that a new item is arriving in the game soon. On Monday, April 8, the game developer began to roll out Patch 8 for 'Fallout 76' that introduces repair kits, but there is a hitch.

Video Games April 10, 2019

Falcon Heavy Launch Expected To Cause A Lot Of Traffic Over The Weekend

SpaceX Falcon Heavy will likely lift off on Sunday between 6:36 p.m. and 8:35 p.m. The officers from Kennedy Space Center Protective Services will be enforcing restricted access around the launch area.

Space April 6, 2019

SpaceX Starhopper Starship Prototype Engine Completes First Test With Flying Colors

Elon Musk, the SpaceX CEO, tweeted about the Starhopper's short rocket test firing at the company's newest launch site in Boca Chica, Texas. Prior to Starship's maiden voyage to space, the company plans to first carry out several hover flights with the Starhopper.

Space April 5, 2019

App Offering 'Gay Conversion' Therapy Removed From Google Play Store

Several organizations demanded Google to remove the app that offers 'gay conversion' therapy. After months of protests by the LGBTQ community, the tech firm removed the app that appears to brainwash the users.

Apps/Software April 2, 2019

Alleged Plagiarism Of 'Fortnite' Taro Skin Proved To Be False

Reports of the accusation of plagiarism against Epic Games broke online when an artist claimed the game developer plagiarized the Taro skin from an existing design. However, it looks like the whole thing was faked.

Video Games April 2, 2019

Drake Wants In On Esports With Players' Lounge Investment

Players' Lounge has raised a total of $3 million in funding as it partners with Drake and other investors of Silicon Valley. The Esports betting start-up hosts hit games such as 'Fortnite', 'Super Smash Bros. Ultimate', 'Apex Legends', and more.

Video Games April 1, 2019

New 4K Trailer Shows Promising Sneak Peek Into 'Borderlands 3'

The new 4K trailer for 'Borderlands 3' debuted at PAX East shows its playable heroes for its four-player cooperative action. The visual quality is better than its predecessor and it also promises over 1 billion procedurally generated guns.

Video Games April 1, 2019

Amazon Will Now Allow Companies To Make Alexa Apps With Alexa For Business Blueprints

Amazon rolled out Alexa for Business Blueprints in the United States and will launch it soon in other regions. It allows the customers to create and publish private skills for the workplace without having to write a single line of code.

Apps/Software April 1, 2019

Asus Publishes Fix For 'ShadowHammer' Malware

ASUS responded to recent media reports on the ASUS Live Update tool attack by APT groups. The hardware vendor also announced the release of ASUS Live Update Version 3.6.8, which introduces a fix for the ShadowHammer malware.

Security March 29, 2019

Scientists Get Mice High On Psychedelics To Study How Humans Hallucinate

Researchers from the University of Oregon dosed mice with a hallucinogenic drug and examined their brains. They found that the primary visual region of the mice was put by the drug into a weak and disorganized state.

March 28, 2019

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