Friday, October 28, 2016

Your Name to Debut in US Theaters as an Academy Awards Hopeful

Funimation announced back in July that they had acquired the U.S. rights to Your Name (Kimi no Na wa), and have now just revealed that they will be launching a theatrical release for the […] Read more

Playing Final Fantasy XV With Friends Requires Buying The DLC

Final Fantasy XV group
Final Fantasy XV features lead protagonist Noctis and his pals driving around their world fighting off monsters, robots, and generally getting into all sorts of trouble. Square-Enix is capitalizing on the co-op potential […] Read more

Check Out Final Forms of Sun and Moon’s Starters (plus more Pokemon news)

Pokémon Sun and Moon is just around the corner, and Nintendo’s kept up with almost weekly updates on what we can expect with the new games. Earlier today on the Official Pokémon YouTube […] Read more

Ontario Police Are Using SMS Spam To Locate Murder Witnesses

What do you do when you’ve been trying to solve a murder for nearly a year and you’re out of leads? Sending 7,500 text messages to potential witnesses is one option. That’s what […] Read more

It’s the Beginning of a Dark Era for Cyber Security

It may be old news to most of us, but researchers and experts are still sifting through the data on last week’s staggering distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack. For those few who […] Read more

Geek deals: Get an Xbox One S with two games and a controller for $390

Xbox One S
If you’re excited about the plethora of new games coming out this season, it’s a great time to invest in a new console. Right now, Dell is offering up a sweet deal on […] Read more

Titanfall 2’s Campaign Gives the Franchise a Fresh Start

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Back when the first Titanfall was announced I was intrigued simply because it had mechs in it. I’ve been a fan of robots and mechs my entire life so a game like Titanfall […] Read more

Google’s Alice AI Is Sending Secret Messages To Another AI

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Encryption is something we all rely on regularly to keep our information safe online, but many of us have experienced it since childhood, and in fact probably used it in school. If you […] Read more