There’s Nothing Inevitable About Apps That Track Your Every Move – ACLU

The New York Times on Monday ran an extensive article on how the locations of millions of American are being tracked by apps on their cell phones, bought and sold, and used for advertising and other commercial purposes.Is your location data among them? Do you…

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The PlayStation Classic has already been hacked to run games off a USB drive – The Verge

Sony’s PlayStation Classic has a lot of issues that extend well beyond its debatably lackluster bundled game list. For one, the device is not really all that secure. In fact, some have already figured out how to load other games not originally included with t…

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Doom is 25 and co-creator John Romero is putting out a giant expansion for it – TechCrunch

25 years ago, anyone old enough to navigate DOS was likely playing Doom every spare minute, assuming their parents weren’t around. A quarter century after its release, the game’s legacy is unquestionable — but it could always use a few new levels. So co-creat…

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Eight Years Later, Ni No Kuni’s DS Version Is Now Playable In English – Kotaku

While Ni No Kuni was first released in the PS3 in 2011, it’s easy to forget that there was also an entirely different DS version of the game that was released in 2010. Mostly because that game was only ever available in Japan.

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