updated - August 17, 2019 Saturday EDT
By this time, you probably heard of the cybercrime that was done to none other than Sony Pictures Entertainment. If you haven't, then you should know that Monday last week, a group of hackers calling themselves the "Guardians of Peace" and also goes by just simply "GOP" has launched an attack on the studio.
Do you often rely on Amazon for most of your online shopping tasks? If such is the case, then you probably have heard about one of its relatively new services known as the "Amazon Prime." Basically, this is similar to a "Premium" service wherein account holders are able to enjoy quite a few promos and deals that are exclusive to them and are not available to regular shoppers.
Travelling, despite being supposedly fun and enjoyable, is almost always associated with high levels of stress. This is especially true when we're talking about the Holiday season. Regardless of how prepared you think you may be, there is always the possibility of problems arising, such as flight and hotel reservations, security concerns, or car rental issues.
Sony, after suffering from a huge and devastating security breach a week ago, continues to be the target of cybercriminals. The studio's problems did not stop at just one attack which many believe was the work of North Koreans. Following last week's crime, another Sony service was hacked, this time, it was the PlayStation Network.
Listen up fans of the hit action adventure game! Konami and Hideo Kojima recently unveiled "Metal Gear Solid 5" trailer and the first look announced "The Phantom Pain" online multiplayer mode called "Metal Gear Online."
Acknowledging the huge threat posed by Alzheimer’s disease especially for the elderly, a new research by German scientists suggests that an approved psoriasis drug can help cure the most common form of dementia.
USB drives are now perceived to be some of the most integral tech accessories for anyone who makes use of computers and laptops. Much thanks to these compact devices, storing and transferring can be done on the go. You don't have to spend hundreds of dollars to get good USB drives, especially if you get any of the following.
With all the gadgets and techy accessories to choose from, you may find it hard to pick one that your tech-loving kid, niece, or nephew will really enjoy. So if you are at loss for what to get them this coming Christmas, here are some great ideas that you may want to consider.
Are you lucky enough to spend as much money as you want this coming Christmas? If so, and you plan on getting a loved one or a friend something really nice (and expensive), then you may as well get them something that they will be able to use and enjoy at the same time. There are plenty to choose from, but the Apple Mac Pro, the Beyerdynamic T-70, and the Cross Black Leather Watch and Coventry Pen Gift Set are three of the top picks.
Have you allotted around a hundred dollars for some special gifts to loved ones or friends this Christmas? If so, and you are still short on ideas on what to get them, you may want to consider techy items. You read that right: there are actually plenty of gadgets and accessories that you can buy for $100 or less. Here are three of them.
In time with the upcoming Christmas holiday when people opt for movie marathons, Google announced an irresistible offer for future users of its streaming stick. Consumers who will buy Chromecast until Dec. 21 will get $20-worth of credits on Google Play Store.
Consider this an early Christmas treat for Resofans as Sony Playstation formally announced the release date of the rumored "Resogun" PS3 version. As a bonus, the voxel-based game will also be coming for PS Vita on Dec. 23.
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