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  • PS4 games update: SHOCK PlayStation news as expansion spells the end for top title

    October 16, 2017 1:20 PM 5

    PLAYSTATION 4 owners will be disappointed to hear that one of this year's biggest PS4 exclusives is coming to an end. PS4 owners will be disappointed to hear that Horizon Zero Dawn: The Frozen Wilds will spell the end for the game on PlayStation. One of Sony's biggest exclusives will receive a DLC expansion in November. Unfortunately, however, The Frozen

  • Apple slams attempt to ban iPhone in China

    October 16, 2017 9:43 AM 11

    Apple has rejected as “meritless” a legal move by Qualcomm to ban iPhone sales in China, the latest salvo in a bitter patent battle between the two US tech giants. Bloomberg News reported on Saturday that Qualcomm had filed a lawsuit in Beijing seeking a ban on the assembly and sale of iPhones in China — a vital Apple manufacturing base and sales market

  • Silicon Power releases a new portable SSD that weighs only 25g

    October 14, 2017 5:23 AM 2

    Silicon Power yesterday announced its second portable SSD model, the Bolt B10. The Bolt B10 weighs only 25g, yet it offers storage of up to 512GB. And it supports fast data transfer rates of up to 400MB/s read/write. Since it is a SSD, it is more robust and forgiving to accidental drops than a traditional portable HDD. Silicon Power mentioned that B10 supports

  • Cortana’s new Collections feature will see and remember your browsing habits

    October 13, 2017 9:07 PM 3

    Microsoft's Cortana assistant can now remember what books, TV shows, movies, recipes, and restaurants you like and don't want to forget. The company just introduced its new Cortana Collections feature, which essentially works like a Pinterest board built into your Windows 10 device. Microsoft writes in its post announcing this feature, "Cortana is always

  • OnePlus admits it collects private data of smartphone users, promises to stop by the end of October

    October 13, 2017 8:04 PM 32 19

    OnePlus has just issued an official statement regarding the recent reports that claim the company's OxygenOS collects private data of those using OnePlus smartphones. The most important thing is OnePlus admitted it collects data from users, but the Chinese company explained the reason behind its decision. First off, OnePlus says its OxygenOS smartphones

  • Samsung Gear Sport And Gear IconX Release Date And Price

    October 13, 2017 3:34 PM 3

    The company made an announcement about the Samsung Gear Sport and Gear IconX release date and price, while preorders start on October 13. Back in August, we heard about Samsung announcing the Gear Sport for the first time. The smartwatch is intended towards sports enthusiasts, but that doesn’t mean it’s restricted from everyone else. The preorders for the Samsung

  • GTA 5 Online UPDATE: Rockstar reveals release date REVEALED for next major DLC

    October 13, 2017 3:04 PM 3

    ROCKSTAR confirms the release date for its next batch of GTA 5 Online DLC. GTA 5 Online developer Rockstar has revealed the release date for the next major piece of DLC. The GTA Online Transform Races update will go live on October 17. Like most GTA 5 DLC drops, the patch should roll out around midday. As previously reported, Transform Races lets players

  • Warframe Plains of Eidolon Expansion Launches Today, Adds Big Open World Area And More

    October 13, 2017 10:33 AM 4

    Multiplayer action game Warframe, developed by Digital Extremes, got plenty of free new content yesterday on PC with the Plains of Eidolon expansion. The biggest addition included in the expansion a big open world area filled with locations to explore and secrets to discover. The expansion also adds new weapons, new activities, a new mission type and more. You can learn

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

    October 13, 2017 5:37 AM 5

    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 7

    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