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The free Battle Royale Call of Duty: Warzone has been a true phenomenon among fans of the Activision saga: in its first month of release, it managed to break the 50 million player barrier. Although this title can be...
It had been known for a few months: Crash Bandicoot would have a mobile game developed by King, but no release date or plans for the short-term release of Crash Bandicoot Mobile had been specified. By surprise, the game...
The mobile phone market remains extremely competitive even in times of pandemic and this week two of the season's star phones were released. On the one hand, Google insists on its range of Pixel phones and presents the Google Pixel...
In another time, the confinement due to the health crisis caused by the coronavirus would have been much more boring. In the era of communications, you can have face-to-face conversations through video calls, broadcast online concerts in front of...
Drones use GPS to find their way without a pilot. But when GPS signals get blocked, drones can get lost. A new method that uses an antenna on the ground offers a backup. “…Without , tiny drones all the...
Researchers have developed a way to prove the authenticity of a 3D-printed part by employing QR codes for unique device identification. The worldwide market for 3D-printed parts is a $5 billion business with a global supply chain involving the internet,...
An algorithm-based system that identifies telltale linguistic cues in fake news stories could provide news aggregator and social media sites like Google News with a new weapon in the fight against misinformation, according to new research. The researchers who developed...
It’s possible to use ordinary WiFi to detect weapons, bombs, and explosive chemicals in bags at places like stadiums, theme parks, schools, and other public venues, research shows. The researchers’ suspicious object detection system is easy to set up, reduces...
A heat shield you can scorch with a blowtorch until it glows red on one side and still comfortably touch on the other will protect a NASA probe flying to within 4 million miles of the sun’s surface. The...
A newly discovered processor vulnerability could potentially put secure information at risk in any Intel-based PC manufactured since 2008. It could affect users who rely on a digital lockbox feature known as Intel Software Guard Extensions, or SGX,...