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Fallout 76 cheater used a hack to rob players of hundreds of items

Over the weekend, a Fallout 76 player stole hundreds of items from others in the game. A video shows...

Dec 27 · 10 sec read >

SK Hynix to delve further into consumer market with two new NVMe SSDs featuring 128-layer 4D NAND

South Korean semiconductor supplier SK Hynix is preparing to showcase two new solid state drives at next month’s Consumer...

Dec 27 · 6 sec read >

Russia successfully disconnected its homegrown RuNet from the Internet

News broke in February that Russia was planning to disconnect itself from the Internet to see what would happen...

Dec 25 · 11 sec read >

Rolls-Royce aims for the world’s fastest all-electric plane under its ACCEL initiative

Rolls-Royce wants to champion electrification for aerial transport and has partnered with aviation startup Electroflight and electric motor manufacturer...

Dec 25 · 7 sec read >

IBM claims to have made a new battery design that is environment friendly

IBM’s research arm may have found a way to replace traditional lithium-ion batteries with a new solution that is...

Dec 24 · 11 sec read >

Twitter bans animated PNGs to protect epileptic users

“We want everyone to have a safe experience on Twitter,” the company said in a tweet. “APNGs were fun,...

Dec 24 · 11 sec read >

San Francisco tweaks facial recognition ban that made it illegal for city employees to use iPhones

While San Francisco may have been the first US city to place a blanket ban on facial recognition, it’s...

Dec 24 · 11 sec read >

Netflix’s The Witcher show triggers spike in The Witcher 3’s popularity

According to Steam Chart analytics, around 38,000 people are currently playing the 2015 game. There’s also been a peak...

Dec 24 · 10 sec read >

Year in review: Eight stories that defined the tech industry in 2019

Several tech companies had their initial public offerings (IPO) in 2019, but most of them are floundering. Of the...

Dec 24 · 9 sec read >

Researchers discover malicious email campaign using Greta Thunberg’s name to spread Emotet malware

Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg was recently named Time Magazine’s Person of the Year for 2019 for her efforts...

Dec 24 · 11 sec read >