Category: Tech-Net-Game News

WiFi security has been KRACKed says researchers

In our increasingly networked world, many of our IoT devices rely on WIFI security for safe communication. Now a group of security researchers are set to reveal that the most popular WIFI security protocol currently in use, WPA2, has an inherent flaw. Called KRACK, short for …

A Spotify UWP app may be on the way

Microsoft in 2017 has been much more about cooperating than competing, meaning when it decided to end its music service it also made an effort to hand over its Groove Music subscribers to earlier rival Spotify. Microsoft already had a pre-existing relationship with the Swedish company, …

Twitter is implementing new rules to fix abuse of the platform

Twitter’s enforcement of its own rules around behaviour and harassment have become a hotbed of controversy in the past few months. Between the platform’s seemingly cavalier attitude towards the proliferation of bots to serve government propaganda, wide-spread harassment of minorities and women, and validation of neo-nazi …

Rogue Trooper Redux review

War is hell. But sometimes the view is spectacular. One of the most memorable things about Rogue Trooper first time round, on PS2 and Xbox in 2006, was its beautifully realised prog-rock skybox, a gorgeous, pulsing black hole haloed by sparkling particles that lazily waltzed in …

Antec launches P110 Luce chassis

Antec has today released its new P110 Luce, a mid-tower chassis first shown off at Computex 2017 and sporting a tempered glass side panel and RGB lighting. Dominated by steel, the P110 Luce also features a 0.8mm brushed aluminium front fascia and a full tempered glass …

The best free-to-play Steam games 2017

Gaming on a PC is a wonderful thing. Should you both have the money and the time to spend, you can play the very best games on the very best tech and sit back while you face, heart and soul gently weep. However, investing in all …