Today, Sony announced a back-button attachment for their DualShock 4, a device that will easily slip two programmable buttons to the back of your controller.
Day: December 17, 2019
Total War: Three Kingdoms gets a major bit of DLC very soon. The Mandate of Heaven chapter pack is set to launch on January 16, and Creative Assembly says it’s “largest and most detailed“ DLC for Three Kingdoms yet – though in fairness, we’re still early in the game’s post-release cycle. Here’s what to expect from the upcoming expansion.
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The United States Patent for Intel’s multi-chip package and die-to-die interconnect has been published in full. Initially filed in January, 2018, the patent outlines a few weird and wonderful ways of connecting two chips together, namely silicon bridges, that could potentially negate the need for pricey interposers or passive interconnects.
Sony has officially confirmed it is launching a rear button controller attachment for the Dualshock 4 controller. The aptly-named Back Button Attachment, which is supposedly real and not a goof, adds two programmable buttons to the rear of the controller along with an OLED display (yes, on the back). All to replicate a little of the high-end controller magic in the PlayStation corner.
2010-2019 decade will be remembered as the time in which cybersecurity became acknowledged as a critical concern for all organizations.
WhatsApp, the world’s most popular end-to-end encrypted messaging application, patched an incredibly frustrating software bug that could have allowed a malicious group member to crash the messaging app for all members of the same group, The Hacker News learned.
AMD’s RX 5700-series graphics cards are turning up incorrect results in [email protected], a crowd-supported “volunteer computing” experiment searching the vast emptiness of space for signs of extraterrestrial intelligence.
As one of the best RPG games out there, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim offers a ton of options for customising your character, weapon, and to some extent, environment (though only in your chosen abode). But, have you ever wished you could mould more of the world around you, Fallout 4 settlement-style? If so, you’re in luck – there’s a new legendary version of a mod that lets you craft over 1,000 items to decorate your corner of Tamriel. Oh, and there are working, placeable catapults. With flames.