Gaming's Climate Dread in a 4K Streaming Ecosystem
Still preoccupied with whether they could, games and technology companies are still not stopping to think if they should.
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Xbox Is Building the Netflix of Games. Is That a Good Thing?
Waypoint Radio breaks down all of the news from Microsoft and Bethesda's press conferences.
Everything We Learned About the Next Gen Xbox at Microsoft's Press Conference
The new Xbox, 'Project Scarlett,' will launch holiday 2020 with a new ‘Halo’ game.
Microsoft Deleted a Massive Facial Recognition Database, But It's Not Dead
The database contained 10 million photos of 100,000 individuals including activists and journalists.
Xbox Has New Guidelines on How to Talk Trash Without Getting Banned
Microsoft's new community standards say Xbox gamers should trash talk by saying, "That was some serious potato aim. Get wrecked."
Microsoft Outlook Email Breach Targeted Cryptocurrency Users
Earlier this month, Motherboard revealed that contents of Microsoft's email services were compromised. Multiple victims now say that hackers stole their cryptocurrency.
Microsoft Employees Support Chinese Developers Fighting for Fair Labor Practices
Thirty employees at Microsoft and GitHub stood in solidarity with the Chinese tech labor protest 996.ICU.
It's 2012 All Over Again: We've Got 'Dragon's Dogma' Fever
There's also that PlayStation 5 stuff?
Sony Reveals First Details on PlayStation 5
The company is promising lightning-fast loading times, thanks to a built-in SSD, the ability to output 8K graphics, and more. As for games? We'll have to wait.
Hackers Could Read Your Hotmail, MSN, and Outlook Emails by Abusing Microsoft Support
Hackers abused a Microsoft customer support portal that allowed them to read the emails of any non-corporate account.
This Fake Boyfriend App Bails You Out of Awkward Moments
Microsoft developer advocate Chloe Condon created an app to fake a call, to get her off the hook in unwanted social situations.
Venezuela’s Government Appears To Be Trying to Hack Activists With Phishing Pages
Security researchers and activists exposed a brazen attempt to steal Venezuelan usernames and passwords for popular email and social media websites such as Gmail, Facebook, Microsoft Live, and Twitter.