Everybody, rock your body right… Bitcoin’s back, alright! Oh my god it’s back again, Cryptocurrency is set to make a comeback as Bitcoin heads towards a monumental algorithm change in May 2020 – just as the SEC moves towards legitimising the digital currency. But not to worry, gamers’ GPUs should be safe from industrious miners this time around.
Day: February 11, 2019
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Total War: Three Kingdoms has been delayed from March 7 to May 23, to make more time to ensure “this is the Total War experience that you’ve come to expect”.
A dating app published by Paradox could be the first hint at a new Vampire: The Masquerades – Bloodlines project. A new ‘dating app’, Tender, has appeared over the weekend, and there’s plenty of clues pointing towards the cult vampire game.
A security researcher has discovered yet another cryptocurrency-stealing malware on the official Google Play Store that was designed to secretly steal bitcoin and cryptocurrency from unwitting users.
AMD Navi will reportedly be ‘delayed’ until Q4, 2019. According to unnamed sources close to French PC hardware site, Cowcotland, the launch of the (assumed) mainstream 7nm graphics card generation has been pushed from Q2 all the way back to October at the very earliest.
In an addition that I’m surprised anyone would have asked for, the free version of Solitaire that comes with Windows 10 is getting a leveling system. The new feature was announced in a weirdly good trailer earlier this month.
The Nintendo line of handheld systems has been popular for ages though, since 2011, the company has really thrived on the Nintendo 3DS. This system has not only been an icon for Nintendo but delivered countless portable video game titles for players to enjoy. Now that the latest console hybrid, the Nintendo Switch, has been out for a while now, it would seem that most are waiting for the official word on when Nintendo is killing off the 3DS. That announcement may take some time as a recent financial briefing revealed that Nintendo still sees the 3DS as a piece of hardware still in demand.