Have a look at some cut Bloodborne content

Have a look at some cut Bloodborne content

So, it became possible to hack into Bloodborne recently. Too much work to do it yourself? Let Lance save you the trouble.
By Tim Henderson Jan 16 2018, 3:23PM
Experts: Fixing Spectre and Meltdown has required 'new computer science'

Experts: Fixing Spectre and Meltdown has required 'new computer science'

A Google official on Thursday referred to the Spectre and Meltdown computer chip bugs as "the most challenging and hardest to fix in a decade," requiring unprecedented levels of cooperation.
By Bradley Barth Jan 16 2018, 10:47AM
Adult VR app SinVR exposes names and emails of thousands of users

Adult VR app SinVR exposes names and emails of thousands of users

Security researchers have uncovered a serious vulnerability in the pornographic VR game
By Thomas McMullan Jan 16 2018, 9:53AM
Intel promises more transparency about Meltdown debacle

Intel promises more transparency about Meltdown debacle

CEO vows to communicate better about upcoming patches, amid slowdown anger
By Lee Bell Jan 16 2018, 9:30AM
How a poor user interface design caused the Hawaii missile scare

How a poor user interface design caused the Hawaii missile scare

Experts slam emergency alert system's lack of safeguards, after worker selects wrong drop-down option
By Adam Shepherd Jan 16 2018, 9:30AM
REVIEW: Nvidia GTX 1070 Ti

REVIEW: Nvidia GTX 1070 Ti

Superb performance that almost matches the GTX 1080
By Chris Szewczyk Jan 15 2018, 2:53PM
The sad state of not-so-smart TVs

The sad state of not-so-smart TVs

Think Android is fragmented? Try Smart TVs on for size.
By James Pinnell Jan 15 2018, 10:27AM
Sennheiser’s first soundbar packs in a mere 13 speakers

Sennheiser’s first soundbar packs in a mere 13 speakers

Bring the noise
By Matt Tate Jan 15 2018, 10:00AM
Nuclear weapons vulnerable to cyber-attack due to outdated legacy systems

Nuclear weapons vulnerable to cyber-attack due to outdated legacy systems

UK and US nuclear weapons systems - along with the rest of our critical infrastructure - suffer from dependency on legacy systems, leaving them at risk of cyber-attack according to a new report.
By Tony Morbin Jan 15 2018, 8:45AM
Developments in machine learning: we've come a long way, but have far to go

Developments in machine learning: we've come a long way, but have far to go

AI driven applications rely on machine learning to make decisions but they cannot yet think for themselves though that is coming. Neural networks and expert systems may be inspired by the human brain, but there is little comparison.
By Brian Kingham Jan 15 2018, 8:45AM
Researchers: Security of messaging apps breaks down during group chats

Researchers: Security of messaging apps breaks down during group chats

Vulnerabilities in the group communication protocols of three encrypted messaging apps - WhatsApp, Signal, and Threema - could allow attackers to willfully subvert their integrity and confidentiality.
By Bradley Barth Jan 15 2018, 8:45AM
Razer wants to turn your smartphone into a gaming laptop with the crazy Project Linda

Razer wants to turn your smartphone into a gaming laptop with the crazy Project Linda

Razer's Project Linda prototype wants to revolutionise how you use your smartphone
By Vaughn Highfield Jan 15 2018, 8:20AM
Monday Morning Tunes - bandagevania

Monday Morning Tunes - bandagevania

An unexpectedly great soundtrack from an unexpectedly great game this fine morning.
By Tim Henderson Jan 15 2018, 6:00AM
Home runs: The 11 best smart home gadgets of CES 2018

Home runs: The 11 best smart home gadgets of CES 2018

Robo-butlers, dishwashers and snore trackers: our top connected home picks from the show floor
By Sam Kieldsen Jan 12 2018, 1:00PM
HTC Vive Pro hands-on review

HTC Vive Pro hands-on review

More than a simple resolution bump - the Pro makes the Vive feel new again
By Tom Morgan Jan 12 2018, 12:00PM
The 5 biggest Nintendo Switch games announced in today's Nintendo Direct

The 5 biggest Nintendo Switch games announced in today's Nintendo Direct

Dark Souls and Mario Tennis lead the early year's offerings
By Andrew Hayward Jan 12 2018, 11:00AM
Human memory may be the result of a 400-million-year-old viral infection

Human memory may be the result of a 400-million-year-old viral infection

Scientists have observed a crucial protein for long-term memory acting like a HIV virus
By Thomas McMullan Jan 12 2018, 10:00AM
Intel has hit a “major breakthrough” in quantum computing

Intel has hit a “major breakthrough” in quantum computing

The CES 2018 keynote covered quantum computers, self-driving cars and a self-learning AI chip
By Alan Martin Jan 12 2018, 8:45AM