CD Projekt apologises for misleading Cyberpunk 2077 console players

Polish developer CD Projekt RED has apologised for the unsatisfactory state of Cyberpunk 2077 on consoles. With the game’s performance across all last-gen machines being in a largely unplayable state, CD Projekt RED has received a massive amount of fan backlash, especially after the developer refused to show footage of the game running on those systems bstore launch. With Cyberpunk’s console state described as running “surprisingly well” on base systems, many have felt that they were misled into buying an unfinished version of the game. In a statement on Twitter, CD Projekt RED apologised for the state of the game, vowing to improve the game’s performance in the next few […]
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  • Dec 16, 2020

Apple apologises for security flaw in MacOS High Sierra, issues bug fixing update

Yesterday, we reported on Apple’s latest MacOS security blunder. In brief, Apple had left an exploit open in the Operating System whereby individuals who gained physical access to any MacOS High Sierra device could bypass the security password by triggering the root account. This led to Apple’s PCs being criticised for such an egregious vulnerability. That isn’t where the story ends, however. Today, the Cupertino based firm issued the following statement to 9to5 Mac, saying: Security is a top priority for every Apple product, and regrettably we stumbled with this release of macOS. When our security engineers became aware of the issue Tuesday afternoon, we immediately began working on an […]
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  • Aug 05, 2020