Steam dishes out digital trading cards on its platform, and if you’re not trying looking to collect ’em all, they’re a great way to get a little credit toward new games. Here’s how to sell your Steam cards on the Community Market.
Numbers using Facebook have dropped significantly since 2015, with YouTube, Instagram and Snapchat more popular
Teenagers have abandoned Facebook in favour of other social media platforms such as Snapchat and Instagram, according to a study from the Pew Research Center.
Just 51% of US individuals aged 13 to 17 say they use Facebook – a dramatic plunge from the 71% who said they used the social network in Pew’s previous study in 2015, when it was the dominant online platform.
On June 5, Bungie will announce Destiny 2’s second-year content plans in a Twitch stream. With E3 right around the corner, it’s possible Bungie will use this time to tease the game’s fall expansion.
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Smart home appliances send data to manufacturers and third parties, Which? warns
British homes are vulnerable to “a staggering level of a corporate surveillance” through common internet-enabled devices, an investigation has found.
Researchers found that a range of connected appliances – increasingly popular features of the so-called smart home – send data to their manufacturers and third-party companies, in some cases failing to keep the information secure. One Samsung smart TV connected to more than 700 distinct internet addresses in 15 minutes.
There are now hundreds of Xbox 360 games that work on Xbox One, some of which have visual enhancements. We’ve compiled 20 of the best 360 games to play on Xbox One when you’re feeling a bit nostalgic.
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