Researchers found 33 critical security flaws affecting millions of IoT devices

Earlier this year, security researchers found that millions of IoT and surveillance devices powered by HiSilicon chips have a trivial backdoor that is unlikely to get a fix anytime soon as parent company Huawei has little control over third-party firmware implementations. Today, a new report from Forescout Research Labs revealed that a new series of […]

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World of Warcraft’s Shadowlands expansion is the ‘fastest-selling PC game of all time’

Shadowlands, for the unaware, is the first expansion in WoW history to take players to Azeroth’s (the universe WoW is set in) afterlife. In the expansion, players meet up with fallen heroes of old and can choose to align themselves with one of the Shadowlands’ four factions, known as “Covenants.” These Covenants work together to […]

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Minecraft with RTX

Earlier this year, Nvidia, Mojang and Microsoft released the Minecraft with RTX Windows 10 beta, a special Insider standalone client that introduced stunning path-traced ray tracing to the world’s most popular game. Now, ray tracing and DLSS are available to all, having become part of the official Minecraft Windows 10 client! To celebrate, we are […]

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New UK authority prepared to charge tech giants billions for anti-competitive behaviour

Prior to Brexit, the European Commission would have the last say about anti-competitive behavior among tech companies in the UK, but with final agreements on Britain’s euro-exodus looming, it means to take on the responsibility itself. A plan by the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) aims to “level the playing field for smaller rival tech […]

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