U.S. Congress has sent an open letter to Google CEO Sundar Pichai asking for more information about its Sensorvault database that’s reportedly being used by law enforcement agencies to solve crime cases.
Day: April 24, 2019
Shortly after the announcement of update 1.1.0, the Anthem devs took to Reddit again to deliver some grimmer news about the game’s new content pipeline. Many features promised in the Act 1 calendar have been delayed while the team prioritises “bug fixes, stability, and game flow”. These delays are indefinite. On the plus side, it’s getting a ‘Player Feedback Environment’ on PC.
The world of cybersecurity is fast-paced and ever-changing.
It’s nearly AMD’s semicentennial and the company is putting together a batch of commemorative products to mark the occasion. Following a leaked product listing that tentatively confirmed a Ryzen 7 2700X 50th Anniversary Edition last week, further special editions have been announced, voluntarily or involuntarily, including a brand new AMD Radeon VII colourway and X470 motherboards.
Nvidia’s new GTX 1650 is based on a fresh TU117 GPU which promises to have all the benefits of the Turing architecture. That means you get the ability to run integer and floating point operations concurrently, a unified cache architecture, and the ability to utilise adaptive shading, all to improve gaming performance. Good, eh?
Mortal Kombat 11 only launched yesterday, but developer NetherRealm Studios has already said it’ll be tweaking aspects of the game’s reward and monetisation systems. In a livestream yesterday, community manager Tyler Landsdown said that a handful of fixes would be rolling out “ASAP.”
The British obsession with football is such that every single citizen of this tiny island is thought to have a favourite team. Apparently, that also extends to virtual UK citizens, which, of course, means that Overwatch’s Tracer has to make her allegiance known.
Telltale Games’ closure in September 2018 resulted in the cancellation of not one, but two Stranger Things titles. A report from The Verge states that Oxenfree developer Night School Studio was working on its own game based on Netflix’s sci-fi series that was due to be published by Telltale.
The cybercriminal group behind the infamous DNSpionage malware campaign has been found running a new sophisticated operation that infects selected victims with a new variant of the DNSpionage malware.