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  • Shadow of War's PC DRM was cracked in under 24 hours

    October 13, 2017 5:37 AM 2

    Hackers smashed through the DRM on the PC version of Shadow of War in less than 24 hours It was only yesterday that Middle-earth: Shadow of War launched, but now the PC version has seen its DRM mechanism cracked. Shadow of War reportedly uses Denuvo's DRM system, cracked in less than 24 hours. Denuvo's DRM system is used by game developers to curb piracy

  • OnePlus May Be Tracking Your Data. Here’s How To Ensure It Doesn’t

    October 13, 2017 1:30 AM 4

    OnePlus line of smartphones has become increasingly popular in recent years because they offer strong specs and stock Android for a price that’s much more affordable than some other options. However, a security researcher at Redgate, an English software firm, uncovered something disturbing when he was testing his OnePlus 2. He discovered that the phone

  • Apple partners with A.R Rahman to set up music labs in India

    October 11, 2017 5:50 PM 8

    Apple is partnering with ace composer A.R Rahman to open two new music labs at his schools. One lab will be based in KM Music Conservatory’s (KMMC) flagship campus in Chennai, while the other will be situated in the upcoming new campus in Mumbai. The Mac-equipped labs will enable students to learn how to make music using Apple's music creation app, Logic

  • Jony Ive Says Apple iPhone X Is Just the Beginning: Here's Why

    October 11, 2017 2:46 PM 6

    Apple’s iPhone X is a major step forward for the company’s smartphone design, but it’s only the start. That’s the takeaway from a recent interview Apple design chief Jony Ive had with Japanese fashion site Brutus Casa. Speaking to the news outlet, he said that iPhone X presents new opportunities for Apple to work on new smartphone concepts, and already

  • YouTube For Android To Get AutoPlay Feature ‘Play As You Browse’ For Videos in Home Feed

    October 11, 2017 11:05 AM 4

    YouTube already houses the “Autoplay” feature that automatically plays the next video in the list, once the current video ends. Now, it looks like Google is planning to bring the Autoplay feature on YouTube for Android app’s home screen. Android Central first spotted the new feature on YouTube for Android. The newly-added option “Play as you browse

  • Tekken 7 surpasses 2M copies sold on consoles, 3 months after launch

    October 10, 2017 10:32 PM 10

    On Twitter today Tekken 7 frontman Katsuhiro Harada answered a question about the game's health by noting that, as of September, the game had sold over 2 million copies across PlayStation 4 and Xbox One since it debuted in early June. It's a notable milestone, one that Tekken 7 has reached much faster than competitor Street Fighter V, which launched

  • Get These Amazing Headphones Now For Less Than On Amazon

    October 10, 2017 9:02 AM 4

    Have you ever thought about getting headphones for use in the office? For traveling? Or for general use while at the beach? Fortunately, Paww has released a set that are not only state of the art but also cost-effective - the Paww WaveSound 3 Noise-Cancelling Bluetooth Headphones. Enjoy premium sound quality, active noise cancellation and comfort in a sleek

  • Samsung Galaxy J5 Prime reportedly starts receiving Android 7.0 Nougat update in India

    October 7, 2017 10:18 AM 9

    Samsung Galaxy J5 Prime has reported started receiving the Android 7.0 Nougat update in India. The Galaxy J7 Prime, which is the bigger size variant of the smartphone has already started receiving the update about a month ago. The update is 1066.76 MB in size and therefore, it is recommend that you download it on WiFi connection. According to a report

  • Call Of Duty: WWII For PC Will Have Anti-Cheat/Hacking Measures

    October 7, 2017 12:06 AM 13

    Hackers and cheaters in games suck and it ruins the experience for all, which is why companies like Blizzard have adopted a no-nonsense policy with its latest game, Overwatch, where cheaters are immediately banned from the game when caught. It seems that Sledgehammer Games is taking a similar approach with the upcoming Call of Duty: WWII. When the developer

  • Assassin's Creed: Origins Will Include A Difficulty Setting

    October 6, 2017 5:22 PM 6

    So it's nice to see Ubisoft thinking of new ways to accommodate even more players this time around. If you're having trouble with the mechanics but still want to see the story through to the end, simply crank the difficulty down a notch or two and continue on your merry way. Sure, there are elitists out there who might claim "real gamers" play on higher