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Spider-Man, Batman Coming to PlayStation Spider-Man, Batman Coming to PlayStation
The Dark Knight and Spidey are among the heroes swinging onto the PlayStation. Sony announced at its Monday presentation at the Electronic Entertainment Expo that a virtual reality rendition of Rocksteady Studios' "Batman: Arkham" series is landing on PlayStation VR, while an all-new Spider-Man adventure from Insomniac Games is crawling onto the PlayStation 4. "We've really been pushing for ...
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Hopes of a games arcade revival Hopes of a games arcade revival
Games enthusiasts of a certain age can often be found reminiscing about a legendary golden era - the age of arcade gaming. It spanned a decade or so, starting in the mid-to-late 70s, a period which launched the infamous title Space Invaders and also brought us games like Asteroids, Lunar Lander and - of course - Pacman. The necessity of games arcades was due to the sophisticated technology o...
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Microsoft unveils Xbox One S and teases Project Scorpio Microsoft unveils Xbox One S and teases Project Scorpio
Microsoft has revealed a slimmer version of its Xbox One console, the Xbox One S, which will launch in August. The firm also announced another new console, Project Scorpio, which will offer virtual reality and 4K gaming. It will be released by Christmas 2017 but no details of a price were given. The Xbox One S, however, will cost $299 (210) and include support for High Dynamic Range (HDR...
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This bendable smartphone comes with a catch This bendable smartphone comes with a catch
A small Chinese startup says it's about to unveil a smartphone that can bend all the way around your wrist. The device, produced by Moxi Group, will feature a flexible touchscreen that still works when looped and worn like a watch or a bracelet, according to the company. It also functions stretched flat, like any other smartphone. The bendy screen uses graphene, the thinnest material in the ...
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Twitter revamps 140-character tweet length rules Twitter revamps 140-character tweet length rules
Twitter is overhauling some of its rules to try to make itself simpler to use and more attractive to newcomers. Members will be able to add multimedia to tweets - including pictures and videos - without eating into the 140-characters-a-post limit. The service is also changing the way it handles conversations between users. Twitter co-founder and chief executive Jack Dorsey told the BBC hi...
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The computer that provides clean water, energy, internet access The computer that provides clean water, energy, internet access
Touted by its creators as the "world's largest solar-powered computer," it could offer a quantum leap for development across rural Africa. The Watly machine, created by an Italian-Spanish start-up of the same name, resembles a futuristic space capsule. But its mission is to provide electricity, clean water, and Internet services that could transform lives and economies across rural Africa. A...
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US Supreme Court approves expanded hacking powers US Supreme Court approves expanded hacking powers
The US Supreme Court has approved a rule change that could allow law enforcement to remotely search computers around the world. Previously, magistrate judges could order searches only within the jurisdiction of their court, often limited to a few counties. The US Department of Justice (DoJ) said the change was necessary to modernise the law for the digital age. But digital rights groups s...
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US Supreme Court approves expanded hacking powers US Supreme Court approves expanded hacking powers
The US Supreme Court has approved a rule change that could allow law enforcement to remotely search computers around the world. Previously, magistrate judges could order searches only within the jurisdiction of their court, often limited to a few counties. The US Department of Justice (DoJ) said the change was necessary to modernise the law for the digital age. But digital rights groups s...
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Millions of Mexican voter records 'were accessible online' Millions of Mexican voter records 'were accessible online'
A massive database of Mexican voter records was made publicly accessible on the internet, a US security researcher has discovered. The names, addresses, dates of birth and voter ID numbers of 87 million Mexicans appeared to be listed in the cache. It was discovered by Chris Vickery, who had been browsing unsecured databases, with a security tool called Shodan. The voter data has since bee...
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China shuts Apple's film and book services China shuts Apple's film and book services
China has shut down Apple's online book and movie services as it imposes strict rules governing what can be published on the net. Regulations were unveiled in March that outlawed foreign ownership of online publishing services. The rules also required that all content shown to Chinese people must be stored on servers based on the Chinese mainland. Apple said it hoped access to the service...
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