With cloud gaming, Esports will only continue to grow
Get ready Esports fans, your community is only going to get bigger.
NORAD asked Canada to review cybersecurity around civilian infrastructure and army bases
The Americans were looking to spot vulnerabilities in critical infrastructure that could be used in a potential cyber attack.
EXCLUSIVE: Zoe Quinn’s allegations are falling apart
Recently unearthed tweets provided to The Post Millennial reveal inconsistencies in Zoe Quinn’s allegations against Alec Holowka.
Cloud gaming and 5G could finally make high-end gaming affordable
Get ready gamers, you may no longer have to spend thousands of dollars on expensive hardware which requires semi-regular updates in order to game.
In the age of surveillance, don’t give up your autonomy for security
Is it worth it to be sure little Johnny is the one who swiped your drone-delivered packages off your front steps? Wise up, people.
BREAKING: Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey’s account hacked—racist and anti-Semitic messages tweeted
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey has had his account hacked. The perpetrator tweeted several cryptic, anti-Semitic, and racist tweets from the @jack account
Twitter removes over 936 fake Chinese accounts out of 200,000 strong bot network aimed at undermining Hong Kong freedom movement
On August 19, Twitter disclosed a “significant state-backed information operation” focused on spreading misinformation and undermining the freedom movement currently happening in Hong Kong.
Concern over Twitter bots grows as election day nears
Concern over the use of Twitter and, more specifically, Twitter bots (accounts set up to post and share automatically) to sway political discourse is becoming a more pertinent issue as we near election season.
CNN thinks people are racist against robots of colour
Robot celebrities like Sophia, who has appeared on a variety of talk shows and given millions of people the heeby-jeebies, depict white faces. According to the New Zealand-based study, this is a problem, as robots should be as diverse as humanity.
Anti-human technology is spreading to North America
Facial recognition tech is insidious and invasive. Users of the software claim it enhances safety, secures streets, targets criminals, but in practice, it targets everyone and is anathema to liberty and individual rights.