We’ve all been there – the manager at the lingerie shop we work at skips town with a new beau and we’re left in charge.
Google unveils its potential console killer Stadia, if you are an Amazon Prime user you can now select a day for deliveries, the Epic game store signs a new collection of exclusives while indirectly chastising Steam, and we take a first look at Ubisoft’s latest Tom Clancy gaming offering, The Division 2.
US Military says Our “Lethality Automated System” Definitely Isn’t a Killer Robot, the music industry continues to grow as CDs and Vinyl outperform digital downloads, China banned millions of people with poor social credit from transportation in 2018, and unveiled the first female AI newscaster.
The US has the 5th fastest downloads on average in the world, Valve is ending its foray into video purchasing, and the bell tolls for 4K Blu-Ray as Samsung drops out of manufacturing players. We also look at a mobile game that is slowly sneaking into everyone’s phone, Disney Tsum Tsum.
Fear the Wolves is a fast paced, high intensity battle royal game for PC. Groups of 15 players compete to survive the many hazards of the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone as well as each other in order to reach the final extraction point. As the clock ticks down, more and more of the map becomes eradiated, drawing players to a central point of confrontation.
A new study finds no link between playing video games and aggression, Phone carriers have been caught selling your location data to bounty hunters, and the Machinima video network is no more. We also take a look at the recently released Fear The Wolves from Vostok Games.
BitTorrent and Tron have a plan to use paid fast lanes for file transfers, more and more consumers are using over 1 terabyte of data a month, and is the “10-Year Challenge” an elaborate plan to train facial recognition software? We also take a quick look at some of the most reliable hard drives of 2018 courtesy of Backblaze.
The U.S. video game market has reached a record $43.4 billion in sales last year, doing its part Steam has over 90 million users and 30 thousand games available, and autonomous drones are dropping poison bombs on a rat-infested island. All of this and a look at the prevailing tech myths (and one potential truth) believed today.
Music streaming service Tidal is under criminal investigation for faking streams, a sim racer has beat a former F1 driver in a real-world event, and Hulu dropped its price the day after Netflix raised its own. All of this and a review of Doki Doki Literature Club.