Now that the Consumer Electronics Show is in full swing, we gathered a list of the best mice at CES 2018, with products stemming from Corsair to Razer. The theme appears to be wireless power, following Logitech’s 2017 lead.
Creative Assembly unleashed the first cinematic trailer for this year’s Total War: Three Kingdoms, the next major historical installment in the long-running strategy franchise. The game takes place in China during the Han dynasty.
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Steam Spy reports that more than 7,500 games published to Steam during 2017, up from 4,207 games added during the previous year. On average, 20 new games appeared on Steam each day in 2017. Nope, the PC isn’t going anywhere.
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You can easily snap screenshots of games you’re playing on your Nintendo Switch, save them, add text to them and post them to social media.
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Corroborating comments from Microsoft Vice President Mike Ybarra last year, Xbox Achievements and Gamerscore may be getting an upgrade soon with loot boxes and RPG-like progression in a rumored Career mode.
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Firms to give evidence in Senate on combating spread of extremist propaganda, while Twitter misses Russian election interference information deadline
Twitter, Facebook and Google are to be hauled in front of the US Congress again, to give testimony to the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation for extremist content.
On 17 January, the three companies are required to give evidence on the steps they are taking to combat the spread of extremist propaganda over the internet, the committee has announced, in a hearing titled “Terrorism and Social Media: Is Big Tech Doing Enough?”.
The billionaire investor and his longtime manager Charlie Munger, two of the world’s most successful investors, say they’d never invest in cryptocurrencies
Billionaire investor Warren Buffett said Wednesday that he would never invest in Bitcoin or other cryptocurrencies and predicted the wildly popular assets are in for a fall.