Cisco Pulls Back From Its “Smart City” Plans

Smart City

Cisco halted its plans to help create “smart” cities. This is just the latest example of a big tech company struggling to enter a new, profitable area of business. The event comes as the pandemic disrupted the company’s efforts of providing networking hardware and has limited the ability of local authorities to finance them.

Top 30 Rarest Clash Royale Emotes

Clash Royale Emotes

Top 30 rarest clash royale emotes: There are several entertaining and humorous emotes in Clash Royale that are worth collecting and using in between battles. Since the game’s debut, Clash Royale Emotes have been available and are an excellent way to connect with your opponent. Emotes are a matter of taste, therefore the player can … Read more

E3 Will Return As An Online Event This 2021

E3

Due to the pandemic, E3 got canceled last year along with every in-person video game event. And while other digital showcases attempted to fill the void, a hoped-for online version of E3 never happened. Instead, the Entertainment Software Association (ESA) decided to a 2021 event. Indeed, even though vaccines are getting out already, with the … Read more

Is Monetization Killing Social Media?

Monetization

So, is monetization killing social media platforms? We used to operate our individual accounts in Facebook privately and personally without much ads invading it. The people value online privacy and a virtual personal space as well, while also communicating with other people in locations far away. With the onset of paid promotions and ads that insert in social media, how can we know where we have drawn and crossed the line?

WhatsApp Privacy Policy Forces Users To Share Their Private Data With Facebook

WhatsApp Privacy

WhatsApp will force its users to agree to their latest privacy policy update, or else lose access to the app itself. It would mean that even your phone number will be shared with Facebook – the owner of WhatsApp.

Why Is Cybersecurity Essential To COVID-19 Vaccines Distribution?

COVID-19 Vaccines and cybersecurity

The number of coronavirus cases has already gone to 73 million worldwide, but the COVID-19 vaccines bring potential relief. As more organizations are getting involved to distribute vaccines on every corner of the globe, it catches the dreadful eye of cyber thieves as well. This is a major concern that must be addressed before it’s too late

Lucasfilm Games Teamed Up With Ubisoft And Bethesda To Allow More Gaming Diversity

Lucasfilm Games

Lucasfilm Games recently announced that it entered a partnership with game giant Ubisoft to create the upcoming, open-world Star Wars game. Massive Entertainment will lead development, marking the first time a company other than Electronic Arts has produced a Star Wars game since the 2012 Disney acquisition. Also, a new Indiana Jones is said to be in the works, adding Bethesda Game Studios to Disney’s and Lucasfilm’s properties.

More PlayStation 5 Consoles Will Be Made In The Future, But With An Unusual Sacrifice

More PlayStation 5

Finding a PlayStation 5 is all but impossible last year. So, Japan has decided to halt all but one PS4 variant to make way for more PlayStation 5s. According to Sony, they are going to end the production of PS4 Pro consoles in Japan except for a specific PS4 model. As per reports, it is not yet clear whether this will apply to other markets as well. But the good news is that PlayStation 5 will come back again sooner than you think.

World Of Warcraft Pioneer Designer Finally Quits Blizzard Due To Current Game State

Pioneer Designer Finally Quits Blizzard

Chris Kaleiki has been around as a game designer for 13 years in World of Warcraft. He’s already been there for so long that two characters were named after him. But this year pioneer designer finally quits Blizzard for good, and in a video posted in Youtube he explains why.