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Red Dead Redemption 2 - news and release date rumours

Fans have been eagerly awaiting a sequel to 2010’s western-focused Red Dead Redemption, but we may be due a sequel sooner than you might think. It’s worth mentioning, naravno, that Red Dead Redemption is, in itself, a sequel to Red Dead Revolver, which was released

On encryption, AT&T backs Apple versus the feds

The nation's two largest telecom companies, AT&T and Verizon, have both taken strong positions supporting encryption, while AT&T took the added step today of filing an amicus brief supporting Apple in a pending federal case. The two carriers are directly affected by any outcome affecting encryption

Can you use Oculus Rift with Mac?

The Oculus Rift is one of the most popular virtual reality headsets in the world at the moment, with the company, nedvojbeno, being responsible for the virtual reality boom that we’re witnessing at the moment. Oculus founder Palmer Luckey created the prototype Oculus Rift in his

Uncharted 4 has been delayed again (again)

I'll tell you what's not "uncharted" - writing stories about Uncharted 4 getting delayed. Am I right? Sony has announced that the fourth major instalment in the Nathan Drake franchise has been pushed back once again, but only by two weeks this time. That gives Naughty

Xbox One’s The Division is breaking sales records

  The Division only launched a few days ago and it’s already begun to break sales records, having sold more copies in its first 24 hours than any other Ubisoft game in history. Ubisoft’s co-founder and CEO, Yves Guillemot, said of the game’s success that, “The

Why does Oculus Rift not support Macs?

To be on the cutting edge of technology you sometimes need to make some hard decisions. If you are a Mac user who is interested in Oculus Rift, you will have to choose between your love of Apple's computers and enjoying the virtual reality headset. That

Blu-ray cracking software makers are giving up

It’s been a rough week for Blu-ray cracking software makers and their users. On Wednesday, Slysoft, makers of AnyDVD and AnyDVD HD ripping programs, replaced their entire website with a single message: “Due to recent regulatory requirements we have had to cease all activities relating to