It seems that Huawei and ZTE are soon RIP in the US because six major US intelligence agencies warning Americans about using products and services made by Huawei and ZTE.
Well, I recently made a complaint about YouTube’s new guidelines but we shouldn’t forget that there are more streaming services out there. Twitch getting more and more greedy, including more ads and external third-party connections which reminds me on several malware sites I know and now their latest change really hit me like a punch in my face. Twitch has updated their Community Guidelines because of feedback from the community. These guidelines go into effect on February 19th and they have to deal with anti-harassment, hateful conduct, and sexual conduct.
Mega.nz is a free and paid cloud provider which offers several license models, one is a free one which in the past offered their users 50 GB free space. Seems MEGA changed his mind and switched this to an “Achievements” license model which means you can only get more space if you pay for it or if you invite others.
After almost 4 months the latest Assassin’s Creed: Origins game got cracked, which means latest Denuvo version is now pointless. At this point there is no statement from Ubisoft if there planing to remove the copyright protection. The cracker group CPY released a 54GB torrent two days ago. Most new games get cracked by hacker groups within weeks or even days of release at this point. Early last year, a slew of games had workarounds for their Denuvo anti-piracy protection put out in record time, starting with Resident Evil 7. Assassin’s Creed Origins managed to keep its various layers of protection intact for much longer, however, due in part to a newer version of Denuvo than what past games were using.
Once in a long time ago PayPal wanted to make us believe that this payment method is a good and smart decision but yet again we see that there selling your data and it seems always the same again and again and again. Do you know what crayziness is? Trying to to the same thing over and over and expect different results – Well basically BitCoin and Stock Exchange in a nutshell.
DTube is a relativity young project it’s a decentralized blockchain-based solution against YouTube censorship and copyright madness – so the promise.
A new paper published in the Information Economics and Policy journal shows that piracy can help many artists to sell more music. Results from the peer-reviewed paper are consistent for both digital and physical sales and affect mid-tier artists. Top musicians are not so lucky, as they sell less.
8K TV’s will be mass available the end of 2018 but you not need to hurry to upgrade – because there will be no content until 2025.
The EU has slapped Qualcomm with a $1.2B fine for colluding with Apple in order to cut out chip competitors. The EU Commissioner for Competition Margrethe Vestager said that Qualcomm paid “billions of dollars” to Apple. Some of this in the form of lowered prices and some through “rebates.” She claims to have documentation showing Apple considering Intel products, but not until the end of the “rebate” Qualcomm agreement. Sadly, there is documentation shared by Bloomberg.