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Apple is Suddenly Facing a Slew of Major Software Problems

A few weeks ago, I posted about how Apple's iOS 11 smartphone operating system was having major software issues, in particular causing severe battery...

“Loot Box” Controversy Expands to Destiny 2 as Reddit Discovers XP Throttles

Some of you may have recently heard of a flap involving Electronic Arts' new game, Star Wars Battlefront II, or more specifically, the flap...

The Sims 4 Goes Tranny

Getting an expansion for "free" from Electronic Arts is like getting a drink out of them: by sticking your finger down their throat.  But...

Weekly Gaming/Tech Thread #59 – Express Edition

You might have noticed that last week there was no Gaming thread; I was busy going out of town to a trade show. Since...

Weekly Gaming/Tech Thread #60 – Super Cyber Monday Edition

What Are We Playing This Week? I played a little bit of DOOM & EDF 4.1 on PC, a little bit of Super Mario Odyssey...

Weekly Gaming/Tech Thread #41 – Blackmail Free Edition

Welcome to another week of fun, starting it off with some gaming and technology news. We promise not to reveal your identity to the...

Polywell Fusion

Polywell Fusion Submit­ted By: M. Simon   I'm a retired aerospace electronics engineer. In my younger years I was trained as a Naval Nuke. Back around ...

Does the Pixel 2 Have the Best Smartphone Camera Available?

During its event today, Google unveiled several new products, among them the new Pixel 2 smartphone. As with the original generation Pixel, the Pixel...

Are Nanobots Going to Control Our Homes in 20 Years?

I, for one, welcome our new robot overlords! Artificially intelligent nano-machines will be injected into humans within 20 years to repair and enhance muscles, cells...

Mark Zuckerberg Sues HUNDREDS of Hawaiians

Mark Zuckerberg is suing to force about 300 Hawaiians — both living and dead — into selling their waterfront properties so that his own...

Is Sony Set to Launch the PS5 This Week?

Next week at the Paris Games Week, Sony is apparently planning on a "major announcement." Fans and industry insiders are speculating they are getting...

Something needs to be done about Twitter

As you may have read some time back Twitter came under fire for in essence de-legitimizing the account of Breitbart news technical correspondent Milo Yiannopoulos...

Weekly Gaming/Tech Thread #45 – Now With 45% More Dinosaurs

What Are You Playing This Week? In case anyone round here is gaming on top of their politics, tell us what you've been playing lately....

Weekly Gaming/Tech Thread #61 – December To Remember Edition

What Are You Playing This Week? I had quite the flurry of gaming activity happen this past week. We've been needing something with multiplayer on...

Weekly Gaming/Technology Thread #5: Switching Things Up

It's been an exciting week in games - mainly because any week that new console hardware is announced it tends to fall that way....

Weekly Gaming/Tech Thread #36 – E3 Pre-Huddle Edition

What Have You Been Playing This Week? Still winding down on Zelda myself, exploring on occasion and seeing if there are any side-quests I meet...

How Secure is Apple’s FaceID Technology?

Ever since the release of the new iPhone X, I've been waiting for stories like this to appear. I did not have to wait...

The WannaCry Worm Now Defeated… by Accident

Hackers Defeated, For Now.

SpaceX Falcon Heavy Rocket Passes Key Tests

One step closer to Mars: SpaceX announced via Twitter late Friday that it had completed ground testing of the first stage boosters for the Falcon...

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