Security researchers have uncovered how marketing companies have started exploiting an 11-year-old bug in browsers’ built-in password managers, which allow them to secretly steal your email address for targeted advertising across different browsers and devices.
Month: January 2018
In my car glovebox I have a Nintendo DS Lite tucked neatly at the back if I ever need to do some gaming on the fly. Sure the DS Lite is probably just a little younger than some people that read my articles, and you may think why even buy a DS when you can play games on your cell phone, but I’ll tell you why. ROM HACKS.
While Dino Crisis originally released way back when on PC, Dreamcast and PS1, fans have been waiting for a direct sequel, or even a remaster ever since. Now it seems that this may very likely be a possibility.
EA’s Need For Speed Payback has been confirmed to receive an online free roam mode. Previously, the mode was only available to those waiting for a lobby to fill up. However, with the new implementation, you’ll have the freedom to roam the streets of Fortune Valley, with friends, meet new people and do lots of damage to your virtual car.
As you would expect, we’re bound to get another Call of Duty game from the cash generating empire, Activision, and according to a recent job listing, it seems that it’s most likely going to be headed up by development studio Treyarch.
The recently released horror title, Hello Neighbor launched exclusively to PC and Xbox One, removing PS4 and Switch players from the market – however, according to a PEGI listing, it seems that there may be a chance that the ai-adaptive title will be coming to both the PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch.
A security researcher on New Year’s eve made public the details of an unpatched security vulnerability in Apple’s macOS operating system that can be exploited to take complete control of a system.
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild was one of the most pleasant surprises of 2017 and was definitely a strong contender for Game of the Year award. Its open-world freedom is probably the main reason fans were so compelled to the latest instalment in the Zelda franchise, and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Producer Eiji Aonuma hopes that level of open-world freedom is present in future titles.