The popular Battle Royale game is cracking down on players that hurt the experience for everyone else. If that means kicking up to 100,000 players off the game, then developer Bluehole will do it.
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A suspected hack on the tech company's systems reported earlier this week apparently did occur, OnePlus said. It is in the process of alerting affected users and examining stricter security measures.
If you enjoy Amazon Prime, but don't take advantage of paying a year at a time, then you will notice a bump in what you pay each month. The fee increase means $57 more each year over the yearly fee.
The D415 and D435 have been known for the last few months, and while consumers may be eager to get a look that these powerful little units, they are more designed for developers and content creators.
The remastered version of classic Age of Empires has been in limbo since it was delayed back in October, but Microsoft has announced a new release date, with fans only having to wait an extra month.
The notch for Apple's iPhone's was not too popular in the beginning, but achieve a near bezel-less display, you need something to house a phone's camera and sensors. A Samsung patent describes a way.
It's been a few months since we last saw Microsoft's Kevin Gallo discussing developer topics, but a new one has been announced that will have the VP of WDP talking about Windows 10 on ARM and a Q&A.
Prototyping is an art form the public doesn't get to see too often. Google has opened up a bit on the process, with designer Ivy Ross offering her thoughts and design choices for various products.
Silly configuration issues can sometimes lead to unexpected surprises. In this case, an issue with the in-game store allowed users download the content a week before it was scheduled to be released.
Security researchers are always trying to find ways to break devices or get into their code. If a problem is found, they alert the manufacturer to it can be fixed quietly. Others can be more vocal.
With a growing emphasis on health from tech companies, Microsoft is doing an about-face by pulling its Health Insights app from the iOS, Android and Windows stores effective later this month.
Installing anything from the internet is an adventure these days, but when you download items from a reputable source, you expect they are fine. Not so with four extensions from the Chrome Web Store.
Stories are appearing all over about the Senate being one vote away from bringing the resolution to overturn the net neutrality repeal to a full membership vote. That is not even half the battle.
Stardock has put out 12 of its popular Windows productivity tools into another little package, and is selling it for half the normal price. It includes Groupy for putting applications into tabs.
Politicians continue to pressure AT&T to distance itself from the Chinese tech company over national security concerns. The latest move is to get the wireless carrier to nix collaboration on 5G.