Deals with Gold for this week features interesting little gems like The Surge, Everspace, War Party and more for the Xbox One. Crysis, Burnout Revenge and the Metro games are discounted for Xbox 360.
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A new study by the University of Sydney and CSIRO's Data 61 found 2,040 apps on the Play Store that either contained malware outright or sought suspiciously too many permissions to user data.
Walking back an earlier denial, Huawei's PR representatives have now confirmed that the lock screen ads were, indeed, coming from its own servers. The company has apologised for the error.
Huawei has seemingly started pushing lock screen ads on its smartphones, as some Redditors recently discovered. The ads can be circumvented by turning off the Magazine mode for lock screen wallpapers.
At E3 Coliseum 2019 today, Bethesda's Todd Howard and Tesla CEO Elon Musk took to the stage to converse about, among other things, the upcoming launch of Fallout Shelter on Tesla's cars.
Account Management, Gaming And Social, PlayStation Store, and PlayStation Music services on the PlayStation Network are all currently experiencing outages for some users, Sony acknowledged.
Huawei has reportedly filed trademark applications in multiple countries for Hongmeng OS, its homegrown alternative to Android in case the Chinese giant permanently loses access to Google's offering.
AT&T is following in Best Buy's footsteps and will be cancelling all preorders for the Galaxy Fold as a result of Samsung's decision to delay the release of its upcoming foldable phone.
Google has taken to its security blog to explain its recent changes to the Web Request API, which have drawn controversy recently for potentially neutering ad blocking functionality.
The organisation behind the world's largest particle accelerator has launched the Microsoft Alternatives project as it looks to move away from Microsoft software in favour of open source alternatives.
A new post from Valve gives us yet another look at the new Library UI redesign that's coming over the next few months, with a focus on the player's experience and a richer, more visual layout.
A new report suggests Huawei has decided to pull the announcement of a new Windows laptop at CES Asia this year, yet another effect of the continued pressure from the US government upon the company.
Microsoft today announced a revamp of gamertags on its Xbox Live network. Gamers can now change their tag to any name, even one that was previously taken, at the cost of a hashcode at the end.
At its E3 2019 keynote earlier today, the chipmaker announced that all AMD 5700 series GPUs and select models of its next-gen CPUs will come with three months of Xbox Game Pass for PC for free.
The Division 2 will start releasing its DLC in 3 episodes, starting this July. Episodes 2 and 3 will be available this fall and in early 2020, respectively, and will see a return to New York.
Ubisoft today announced its entry to the game subscription service world, with UPlay+. For $14.99 a month, it will net you over 100 games from the publisher, including Premium Editions.
A new report suggests Huawei's manufacturing and partners for its PCs have received request to stop further production as the company struggles from the loss of Intel and Microsoft products.
With Google pulling support for Huawei following the company's addition to a US blacklist, the Chinese giant is looking to mitigate its reliance on the Play Store using its own app store.
The makers of the Dark Souls and Bloodborne games are now collaborating with the creator of the Game of Thrones universe over their new game: Elden Ring, set to release on Xbox and PC.
The Twitterverse has caught onto Microsoft's subtle teasers for its next-generation gaming console family, codenamed Scarlett. It seems the company may make an official announcement at E3.
Mozilla's email and RSS management software, Thunderbird, is now available on the Microsoft Store on Windows 10. The release is, however, an unofficial port by a developer called Store Ports.
New leaks for the rumoured Fable sequel in development at Playground Games describe a "completely open" game set in a medieval world following the destruction of Aurora and Albion.
Apple may have decided to retire iTunes on macOS and split it into different apps, but the Windows version of the media management application is here to stay for the foreseeable future.
A new report claims the Chinese firm is reassessing its strategic goals for the year following its addition to a US blacklist, and has reportedly cut down on orders for the production of its phones.
Chinese smartphone maker, Oppo, is showing off a working implementation of an under-display selfie camera on Twitter. The technology could be the perfect solution for a bezel-less smartphone.
Apple is said to be retiring the iTunes app on macOS with the next major update to the operating system at WWDC 2019. Its features will be divided into separate Music, TV and Podcasts apps.
Microsoft's head of gaming, Phil Spencer, recently tweeted out the company's plans for its upcoming Xbox E3 briefing, and promised to show off 14 first-party games at the event, the most to date.
The streaming giant has announced a price hike will soon hit its UK customers, with the cost of the standard subscription going up to £8.99 and the premium plan seeing prices raised to £11.99.
The Xbox maker will be treating its fans who can't join its E3 briefing on June 9 in person by handing out a variety of digital treats to those who turn into the event live stream on Mixer.
The nifty confidential mode for Gmail will be leaving beta and become available by default for G Suite users starting June 25. The feature allows a user to set expiration dates on sent emails.
Following its removal from the SD Association after the company was added to a blacklist by the US government, Huawei has once again regained its membership to the standards body governing SD cards.
Google's recent updates to Play Store policies added marijuana to the list of restricted content on the platform, meaning apps will no longer be able to offer delivery services for cannabis.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) this week officially adopted the ICD-11, which recognises 'gaming disorder' as an illness, despite opposition from the gaming industry and lobbyists.
Microsoft is making the Your Phone app for Windows 10 even more potent by bringing the ability to sync notifications from your phone to your PC via the app. A staged rollout is already underway.
Microsoft's Patch Tuesday updates for Windows 7 this month aren't playing nice with antivirus software, with McAfee joining Avast, Avira and others in reporting compatibility issues with KB4493472.
Starting this Thursday and running through Friday, Microsoft will be running one of its best deals ever for the Xbox Game Pass. You can get three months of the game subscription service for just $1.
The Cupertino-based giant recently - and silently - updated its policies so that buyers of a new Mac will no longer have to pay a $99 fee for the company's help in transferring files.
The South Korean giant today unveiled yet another phone in its refreshed midrange lineup, the A70. The phone features a 20:9, 6.7-inch Infinity-U display and boasts three cameras on its back.
Google is on the receiving end of yet another fine from the EU over alleged anti-competitive practices. The third such fine, this one amounts to €1.49 billion and relates to its AdSense practices.
The mobile app for the Opera browser on Android will now come with a VPN bundled in, complete with 256-bit encryption. While only a few locations are available, Opera will not keep activity logs.