Day: November 13, 2019
Rainbow Six Siege is getting limb penetration as part of Operation Shifting Tides, and today the developers have published an extensive breakdown of how the system works and exactly how much damage each bullet you fire will do. The new system is already live on the test server, and you can check out the Rainbow Six Siege Shifting Tides patch notes for more details on what to expect.
AMD has today silently ‘launched’ its RX 5300M series of graphics cards. Wait… what? Yeah, no sooner has Apple seemingly announced the AMD Radeon 5300-series of graphics card with its own MacBook Pro launch, but AMD lists a completely different 5300-series GPU on its own site.
It’s time to get angry people. The polo necks are stealing our mainstream graphics cards and slapping them into $3,000 non-gaming laptops with barely an RGB between them. Yes, AMD has gotten completely into bed with Apple and looks like it’s giving the fruity folk exclusive access to the full Navi 14 GPU for its new 16-inch MacBook Pro.
Complying with cyber regulations forms a significant portion of the CISO’s responsibility. Compliance is, in fact, one of the major drivers in the purchase and implementation of new security products.
A team of cybersecurity researchers today disclosed details of two new potentially serious CPU vulnerabilities that could allow attackers to retrieve cryptographic keys protected inside TPM chips manufactured by STMicroelectronics or firmware-based Intel TPMs.
Infinity Ward has taken to Reddit to announce and detail the latest update to hit their recently released multiplayer shooter, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare.
Blizzard Entertainment have announced a new challenge for their players which will grant them a bunch of awesome free goodies including an epic Legendary skin.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare seems to be another hit and developers Infinity Ward has released an accolades trailer confirming that is indeed a solid game, all around.