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Reclaim Your Privacy From Your Smartphone: 3 Simple Tips

Your smartphone is a complex device capable of performing a multitude of functions previously limited to separate devices. It’s a phone, a camera, a computer, a GPS, a game console, a flashlight, a compass, and so much more. Along with the possibilities provided by smartphones come several serious privacy concerns. …

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Cuphead’s ‘simple mode’ cuts content

Cuphead released last week after a lengthy development, with players surprised at the sheer difficulty of the platformer given its charming and deceiving art style. In a bid to make the game more accessible, developers StudioMDHR offer a ‘simple mode’ that controversially locks the last 10 percent of the game. …

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PUBG suffers from 10,000-strong review bombing

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds has been hit with a storm of negative reviews on Steam, as Chinese players protest forced in-game advertisements that have begun to appear in the game’s menu. The ads are of a third-party gaming VPN, which is quite the sore spot for players in the region after many …

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Hawken is shutting down on PC

Long before Titanfall hit the scene, Hawken was the go-to mech shooter on PC. The game originally launched back in 2012 in beta form before rolling out as a free to play game on Valve’s Steam service in 2014. Since then, the game has transitioned to consoles and the PC …

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Internet Explorer bugs pose security risks

Anyone still defaulting their browser to Internet Explorer might want to be careful as a serious bug that leaks information has been found. The bug can result in your search habits being exposed, as whatever you type into the address bar is revealed to the host of the current website …

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