Month: December 2017
As we rush eagerly towards a glittering technological utopia, some things get left behind—precious traditions, ancient dialects, and indigenous rituals vanish like they never were. Unless somebody protects them.
Although the original creators of the infamous IoT malware Mirai have already been arrested and sent to jail, the variants of the notorious botnet are still in the game due to the availability of its source code on the Internet.
A collection of new features and improvements have been introduced in Unity 2017.3, the third and final installation of the Unity 2017 cycle. The first and second installations released in July and October respectively, promising more powerful tools for artists and designers. Unity 2017.3 is the icing on the virtual cake.
Looking to get some killing done? Top-down cyberpunk shooter, RUINER is running for 33% off the title.
The latest patch for Bluehole Studios Xbox One version of PlayersUnknown’s Battlegrounds has just dropped for all Xbox One consoles, introducing a couple of optimization fixes to the game alongside bug fixes and alterations to the game’s quality of life.
While continuing its crackdown on services that help Chinese citizens to bypass Great Firewall, Chinese authorities have sentenced a man to five-and-a-half years in prison for selling a VPN service without obtaining a proper license from the government.
Tencent’s 5v5 fantasy MOBA Arena of Valor has charged into the North American mobile scene with magical swords a-blazing. Already a cultural phenomenon in its native China, Arena of Valor underwent a name change from Strike of Kings (the global version of Honor of Kings) before crossing the Pacific to US audiences, and has also been fitted with a custom user interface and comprehensive tutorial to encourage newcomers into exhilarating rounds of PvP action.