Pokémon Go creator Niantic is making a Transformers game

From The Verge: Niantic is expanding from cute critters to giant robots. Today, the game developer announced its next project: a location-based augmented reality game called Transformers: Heavy Metal. The game is expected to launch globally this year, with a soft launch in select countries “soon.”...

Google Workspace Now Open to Everyone

From PC Mag: Starting today, all of Google Workspace is available to anyone with a Google account.

Launched in October as a rebranded G Suite, Workspace offers "everything you need to get anything done, now in one place." Apps like Gmail, Chat, Calendar, Drive, Docs, Sheets, and Meet are...

Thermaltake TOUGHRAM XG RGB DDR4-4000 2x8GB Review (Page 1 of 10)

I find one of the most interesting aspects of following popular media is when artists go outside of their comfort zone and try something new. To list some examples, Adam Driver and Scarlett Johansson did an amazing job playing a married couple in the drama Marriage Story, even though they are known mostly for their roles in big blockbuster action films. Jordan Peele proved to be an excellent horror movie director despite having been a comedian...

1MORE ComfoBuds Pro True Wireless Review (Page 1 of 4)

I was perusing Instagram when one ad about a local telecommunications company sponsoring a gaming tournament popped up in my feed. According to their advertisement, this was for Rocket League, a video game that collides racing with football, or soccer for my American friends, in a three-on-three match. The interesting thing to me was the fact they were holding this tournament for both casual and professional gamers. I did not read too much...

Google Decides to Stop Hiding Full Web Addresses in Chrome

From PC Mag: In August 2020, Google decided to hide all parts of a web address in Chrome except for the domain name. However, less than a year on, the so-called "simplified domain experiment" is coming to an end.

As Android Police reports, the experiment was implemented in spite of protest from...

Hackers hit EA, steal source code for FIFA 21 and more

From CNET: Hackers tapped into servers at Electronic Arts on Thursday, making off with key game files for popular titles, including FIFA 21. The data is now reportedly up for sale on the dark web.

The hackers claim to have made off with 780GB of data from EA servers, including the source code for...

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