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November 1, 2017 9:00 PM Hands on: Razer Phone review

A gaming smartphone with superb speakers The Razer Phone is built for gamers thanks to its high-end specs, a silky smooth screen and powerful stereo speakers. But do gamers want a smartphone dedicated to gaming? The jury is still out for now, but the Razer Phone has the makings of a handset that could well tempt those with a passion for gaming on the go. This Android 2836

October 31, 2017 9:33 PM Mario’s big smartphone debut wasn’t really worth it for Nintendo

For years, Nintendo held off on bringing its most successful franchises to Android and iOS devices, choosing to save them for first-party consoles. Last year, in its first smartphone push, Nintendo finally relented and announced Super Mario Run for iPhone, and then Android a few months later. While the game has been a huge success in terms of downloads 192

October 31, 2017 1:46 PM Nintendo's huge bet on Mario for smartphones still hasn't paid off

The biggest phone game of 2017, "Super Mario Run," has been downloaded over 200 million times. Even with that huge number of downloads, Nintendo says it still hasn't "reached an acceptable profit point." The game is available on Apple iOS devices, like the iPhone and the iPad, as well as Android devices. It costs nothing to download, and the first few levels 171

October 27, 2017 3:00 PM Assassin's Creed Origins PC Performance Review

While our Assassin’s Creed Origins review touched on the PS4 Pro performance of the game, we’ve also spent some quality time with the retail PC release. Past Assassin’s Creed games were a mixed bag on PC, and some like Assassin’s Creed Unity were so poorly optimised that the series had to take a hiatus. Is Assassin’s Creed Origins a welcome return to form or more of the same on PC? We tell you. Assassin’s 164

October 27, 2017 2:27 PM Astronomers Race to Study a Mystery Object From Outside Our Solar System

Sync your calendar with the solar system Scientists around the world are watching its journey, hoping to glean as much information as they can before it gets too far away. “We are just scrambling right now to secure big telescope time, prepare our observations and download the data,” said Karen Meech, an astronomer at the University of Hawaii Institute 167

October 27, 2017 11:15 AM WhatsApp 'Delete for Everyone' Feature Reportedly Rolling Out: Here's How It Will Work

WhatsApp message delete/ recall feature has been in the rumour mill for nearly a year now, with the company mentioning it in the internal code. But fans will be pleased to know that the feature, which had not made an official appearance so far, has started trickling out to some WhatsApp users. WABetainfo now reports that the new feature, named 'Delete 139

October 25, 2017 10:06 AM The Bad Rabbit malware was disguised as a Flash update

The Bad Rabbit ransomware has similarities with Not Petya but hasn't spread much beyond Russia and Ukraine Adobe's 2020 deadline for the death of Flash can't arrive soon enough. A previously unseen form of ransomware has spread through eastern Europe. The new strain of ransomware, dubbed Bad Rabbit, was first spotted on October 24. To date, the systems 168

October 25, 2017 10:06 AM Bad Rabbit ransomware is a worrying new threat spreading across Europe

A new strain of ransomware is spreading across Europe at a fast enough pace to elicit worried noises from security companies – and initial comparisons with NotPetya – with at least five countries reportedly affected so far. Called Bad Rabbit, the malware initially struck computers mostly in Russia, and also Ukraine, Bulgaria, Turkey and Germany. Of course 145

October 24, 2017 1:26 AM Stephen Hawking's Thesis Was Wrong About Galaxies, Right About The Expanding Universe

The University of Cambridge released Stephen Hawking’s doctoral thesis to the public Monday —and physicists say it’s not his best work. With Hawking’s approval, the university granted access to his 1965 thesis titled "Properties of expanding universes," in celebration of Open Access Week 2017. University officials said they wanted everyone to be able to read Hawking’s 152

October 23, 2017 7:43 PM Stephen Hawking's Ph.D. Thesis Crashes Cambridge Site After It's Posted Online

Stephen Hawking, seen here with Isaac Newton's Principia, is allowing his doctoral thesis to be provided without charge online. Interest in "Properties of Expanding Universes" is at an all-time high: Stephen Hawking's doctoral thesis of that name has crashed Cambridge University's open-access repository on the first day the document was posted online 149