36 Thousand Free Flash Games Saved From Oblivion
Bart Swiatek, 03 February 2020, 12:22
Devs at BlueMaxima have saved 36,000 flash games from being forgotten, which would stop working at the end of the year - after the Flash plug-in will finally be disabled for good. The games can be downloaded as part of a special open-source program.
Google Chrome Will Continue to be Supported on Windows 7
Paul Wozniak, 12 January 2020, 19:11
Google has assured that Chrome web browser will continue to receive updates on Windows 7. The company wants to support the application for at least 18 months after Microsoft abandons the system.
Most Popular Streamers of 2019
Laty, 20 December 2019, 14:01
At the end of the year it's time to look at the year's most popular streamers. The list includes Ninja, Tfue and Shroud, which is hardly a big surprise.
Possible Leak of Nexus Mods User Data
Laty, 20 December 2019, 12:10
The creators of Nexus Mods, a website enabling users from all over the world share their work and others to download it, published a disturbing statement yesterday. Its content suggests that the data of website's users may have ended up in the wrong hands.
Christmas Trojan - Hackers Invite to a Party
Laty, 17 December 2019, 12:07
Trojan Emotet is one of the most active Trojans on the web right now. This time it started sending emails inviting users to a Christmas party.
Google Stadia Gets 10 Additional Launch Titles (e.g. Metro Exodus)
Adrian Werner, 18 November 2019, 12:48
The list of launch titles for Google Stadia has just been expanded. On the day of the premiere we will get access to ten additional productions, including Metro Exodus, Rage 2, Final Fantasy XV and Football Manager 2020.
Google Stadia Launch Titles Revealed
Adrian Werner, 12 November 2019, 13:05
We have learned the list of twelve launch titles for Google Stadia. On the day of its release, the service will offer access to such games as Red Dead Redemption 2, Assassin's Creed Odyssey, Mortal Kombat 11 and the last three installments of the Tomb Raider series.
Russia Introduces Internet Censorship
Laty, 04 November 2019, 16:15
A new law related to Internet came into force in Russia on November 1, and it may be the beginning of mass surveillance of users on the web. The government has the ability to block content and even filter the things we can browse. The bill is designed to protect Russia from cyber attacks.
More MS-DOS Classics Available in Browsers
Bart Swiatek, 15 October 2019, 13:54
The Internet Archive has been enhanced by another 2.5 thousand games created several dozen years ago with MS-DOS in mind. All titles can be played for free in our web browser.
Facebook Begins Tests With Hiding Like Counts
Barth Faryna, 27 September 2019, 14:04
It's confirmed - today Facebook starts tests of a tool that allows you to hide like counts under Facebook posts. Initially, the option will be made available to residents of Australia. In addition, Facebook recently confirmed that politicians are a privileged group on the portal.
Closed Beta of Incognito Mode in Google Maps Has Been Launched
Paul Wozniak, 22 September 2019, 22:02
A few days ago a closed beta of incognito mode in Google Maps has begun. Currently, it is only available to owners of Android devices and members of Google Maps Preview.
Two Popular AdBlocks Used by Millions of People Accused of Fraud
Barth Faryna, 18 September 2019, 15:35
The team responsible for creating one of the AdBlocks has recently published a text that makes it clear that two popular ad-blocking plugins do some other things as well, about which the user is not informed. The worst part, however, is that they were installed by millions of people.
HackerOne - Organization That Enables Hackers Earn Millions of Dollars
Barth Faryna, 09 September 2019, 18:32
HackerOne is an organization that brings together hackers from all over the world to keep them busy. Thanks to the cooperation with the company, many of them have already earned dizzying sums, sometimes exceeding one million dollars. All is takes is will and a lot of skill.
Facebook: 419 Million User Phone numbers Leaked
Barth Faryna, 06 September 2019, 22:03
Facebook's got another big flop. A total of 419 million Facebook user phone numbers were found on a server, which could be accessed by almost anyone because it was not even password-protected.
Facebook Limits Facial Recognition and Tests Removing of Likes
Julia Dragovic, 04 September 2019, 22:14
Facebook has changed its facial recognition settings - the option will no longer be active by default. As before on Instagram, the corporation is also conducting tests to remove the like counter and reactions to posts.
FIFA 20 Ultimate Team Web App and Companion App Release Dates
Adrian Werner, 27 August 2019, 17:31
Electronic Arts revealed the release dates of FIFA 20 Ultimate Team Web App and the mobile FIFA 20 Companion App, an application that allows you to control FUT in this year's edition of the cycle.
Chinese Company Baidu Bests Google in the Smart Speaker Market
Barth Faryna, 27 August 2019, 14:20
The name Baidu may not tell you much, but in fact it is the largest search engine used in China and Japan. The company also produces smart speakers and has just outpaced Google in this sector.
Open Beta-tests of Chromium-based Microsoft Edge Have Started
Barth Faryna, 22 August 2019, 19:21
Tests of the Chromium-based Microsoft Edge began in April this year, but only now did it enter official open beta-tests, and can be downloaded from the developer's website.
YouTube Considers Robot Fights as Animal Abuse?
Barth Faryna, 22 August 2019, 13:53
YouTube has recently removed hundreds of videos depicting robot fights. However, the most interesting thing about this whole matter is the reason for the decision: the videos violated the rules on cruelty to animals.
Twitter Tests Automatic Filtering of Offensive Messages
Barth Faryna, 16 August 2019, 19:29
Twitter has just started testing a special tool to ensure that users no longer receive offensive messages - at least in theory. If everything goes according to plan, we will soon have it at our disposal.
Chrome 76 Blocks Flash and Prevents Sites From Detecting Incognito
Paul Wozniak, 31 July 2019, 22:06
The latest update to Google Chrome automatically blocks Flash Playback media and does not allow sites to detect when you are in incognito mode.
Free Browse Game Enables You to Replay Battle for Winterfell
Bart Swiatek, 31 July 2019, 15:26
An interesting browser game has appeared on the web, which allows us to replay the battle for Winterfell from the eighth season of Game of Thrones. The creator of the production is an independent Polish dev Arek Rebacz (Rarykos).
9 Million Users Spend More Than 3 Hours a Day in Candy Crush Saga
Frozen, 01 July 2019, 17:58
According to King's senior vice president, more than 9 million players spend between three and six hours a day playing free-to-play title Candy Crush Saga. However, the studio representative assures that the production does not have addictive properties.
Fans Ressurect Super Mario Bros Royale
Paul Wozniak, 01 July 2019, 00:00
The popular Battle Royale mod for Super Mario Bros has disappeared from the web due to Nintendo's intervention. However, this did not prevent the fans of this unusual gameplay from resurrecting the mod and releasing it as an open-source project.
First-Gen AMD Vega Chipsets in Google Stadia?
Conrad Hazi, 19 May 2019, 22:01
It looks like the GPUs used by Google's Stadia servers will be the first-generation AMD Vega GPU. At least that is what we know from information published by Khronos, who is responsible for the development of the Vulcan API.
Google Announces New Types of Advertising on Mobile Devices
Conrad Hazi, 16 May 2019, 15:02
Google has announced the introduction of new types of advertising on mobile devices. Advertising galleries will be found in search results and on YouTube, while Google Discover ads will appear in the form of thumbnails of articles.
Euro Truck Simulator 2: Road to the Black Sea Announced
Adrian Werner, 11 May 2019, 19:26
SCS Software team has announced Road to the Black Sea, the next DLC to Euro Truck Simulator 2. The expansion will focus on Romania, Bulgaria and the European part of Turkey.
Google Maps and Google Search Soon With Incognito Mode
Milosz Szubert, 08 May 2019, 13:02
During the I/O 2019 conference, Google announced the extension of incognito mode to other applications, which will allow more private use. This feature will soon appear in Google Maps and Google search engine.
YouTube Exceeds Two Billion Logins Per Month
Conrad Hazi, 06 May 2019, 13:10
At last week's Brandcast conference, YouTube boasted exceeding the limit of two billion logged-in users per month. Platform users are more and more willing to use TV sets to watch content.
"Future Is Private" - Facebook Will Focus On Smaller Communities
Jakub Mirowski, 01 May 2019, 20:36
During the Facebook developers' conference, Mark Zuckerberg announced a new direction of development for the platform. The popular social website will now focus on protecting the privacy of users and small communities.
Facebook accused of tricking minors into online purchases
Bart Swiatek, 28 January 2019, 12:23
A group of users brought a collective action against Facebook, accusing the company tricking minors into online purchases.
Fortnite earned 2.4 billion dollars in 2018
Adrian Werner, 18 January 2019, 00:51
SuperData Group has published a report summarizing the results of the digital gaming market for the past year. The leader was Fortnite, which generated 2.4 billion dollars of revenue.
RuneScape has got Menaphos: The Golden City, the biggest update so far
luckie, 06 June 2017, 11:52
RuneScape players can finally explore the city of Menaphos thanks to the latest update for this popular MMORPG. There is also a free weekend incoming, letting everyone experience everything that the expansion has to offer.