Author Archives: Eric Abent


Your HP notebook may have been hiding a keylogger

Your HP notebook may have been hiding a keylogger

Today we're hearing out a rather worrying vulnerability in a large range of HP notebooks. Apparently, these notebooks came with a deactivated keylogger installed, which is enough to give pretty much anyone pause. The good news, however, is that HP has worked quickly in solving the issue, and beyond that, there's little chance of anyone actually being affected by this vulnerability.

Continue Reading

PUBG Xbox One: Unlock times and controller layout revealed

PUBG Xbox One: Unlock times and controller layout revealed

It's a big week for Xbox One owners. Tomorrow, PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds - one of the biggest game releases of the year - is coming to console by way of an Xbox One launch. Given the game's meteoric rise on PC, you can bet that Xbox One owners are pretty excited for this release, and many of them will be looking to play as soon as the servers go live.

Continue Reading

BlackBerry KEYone gets a big Christmas discount

BlackBerry KEYone gets a big Christmas discount

Despite the rise of the iPhone and Android, BlackBerry is still chugging along. These days, it's TCL making phones under the BlackBerry brand, and one of its more recent releases is the BlackBerry KEYone. A smartphone for people who miss the days of traditional BlackBerry phones, one of the KEYone's biggest draws is the presence of a physical keyboard.

Continue Reading

Galaxy S9’s answer to iPhone X security gets an upgrade

Galaxy S9’s answer to iPhone X security gets an upgrade

It used to be that you'd see phone manufacturers competing over screen size or screen resolution. Though that still happens to some degree, a lot of the focus on new smartphones has shifted to security features. What started with fingerprint scanners has now moved onto face recognition, like we see in the iPhone X with Face ID.

Continue Reading

Ataribox pre-orders go live later this week

Ataribox pre-orders go live later this week

This week is going to be a big one for Atari - perhaps the biggest week in a long time for the company. Atari's new Ataribox goes up for pre-order later this week, marking Atari's return to the console game after decades away. The only question now is whether or not we've heard enough about the console for people to justify actually pre-ordering it.

Continue Reading

Google Home Max is now available for purchase

Google Home Max is now available for purchase

Since the day the Google Home Max was first revealed, we knew Google planned to launch it in December. Google never really got more specific than that, but late last month, a listing from Best Buy revealed a release date of December 11. That day is now here, and sure enough, you can now purchase the Google Home Max.

Continue Reading

Nine months with Nintendo Switch

Nine months with Nintendo Switch

It's sort of hard to believe, but it's been a whole nine months since the Nintendo Switch launched. Part of what makes that feel unbelievable is just how big of a year the Switch has had. 2017 was indeed packed for the Switch, and as we close in on the end of the Switch's first full year of retail availability, it's clear that Nintendo is onto something special.

Continue Reading

The Game Awards 2017: Watch all the new trailers here

The Game Awards 2017: Watch all the new trailers here

The fourth annual Game Awards were held last night, and in addition to doling out a bunch of awards for pretty much every category imaginable, we also saw plenty of game reveals and trailers. This year seemed to be particularly packed with exciting announcements, and if you missed some, we've arranged all of the trailers here. A handful of them include release dates for upcoming games, so be sure to check out the full list to see if a game you're looking forward to is coming up.

Continue Reading

Bayonetta 3 is Nintendo Switch’s newest exclusive

Bayonetta 3 is Nintendo Switch’s newest exclusive

At this point, we can confidently say that Nintendo is the savior of the Bayonetta series. Last night during the fourth annual Game Awards, Nintendo of America President Reddie Fils-Aime joined host Geoff Keighley on stage to announce that the original Bayonetta and Bayonetta 2 are coming to the Switch. That wasn't all he announced, though, as he also had another surprise up his sleeve.

Continue Reading

Amazon Music Unlimited and Echo roll out to 28 new countries

Amazon Music Unlimited and Echo roll out to 28 new countries

Though it provides a good service, Amazon Music Unlimited suffers a bit for having arrived a little late to the party. At this point, Music Unlimited is only about 14 months old, and in that period of time, it's only come to a select few regions, like the US, UK, Germany, and Japan. That all changes today, as Amazon has announced that Music Unlimited will launch in 28 new regions around the world, greatly expanding its availability on this wonderful little planet of ours.

Continue Reading

Ubisoft delays Far Cry 5 and The Crew 2

Ubisoft delays Far Cry 5 and The Crew 2

Ubisoft already has a fairly big 2018 lined up, but some of the titles planned for release next year have been hit with a delay. Today Ubisoft announced delays for two upcoming titles: Far Cry 5 and The Crew 2. Thankfully, neither of the two delays are all that massive.

Continue Reading

Overwatch Winter Wonderland event is back with an exciting game mode

Overwatch Winter Wonderland event is back with an exciting game mode

Now that we're on the other side of Thanksgiving and barreling toward Christmas, it's time for many games that have persistent player bases to kick off their holiday events. One such game is Overwatch, which will host its Winter Wonderland event for the second year in the row beginning next week. Like Overwatch's other seasonal events, the second helping of Winter Wonderland will be a healthy mix of new and old.

Continue Reading

Prev 1 2 3 4 5 6 Next