Posts Tagged ‘Games’

Adblock Plus Blocks Some Facebook Annoyances Now (If You Want)

Tuesday, October 22nd, 2013

Here’s one way to eliminate some of the annoying stuff that ends up on your Facebook homepage … another way to avoid annoying stuff on Facebook, is to make sure you don’t have any annoying friends.

Facebook has been the dominating social networking site on the Internet for the past years. Even Google with all its might did not manage to push its Google+ service past Facebook. While that does not mean that Facebook will still be number one in five years or so, it is fair to say that things won’t change anytime soon in regards to being the top dog in the social networking world.


PSN Security Hole Sparks Hacking Concerns

Thursday, May 19th, 2011

This sort of thing actually makes me happy that I’m so old that I don’t care about gaming anymore …

Sony forced to take down website set up to help users regain access to network after exposure of flaw in password system

When Sony said that its PlayStation Network (PSN) had been hacked in April, potentially releasing the personal details of 77 million people – such as their email address, physical address and date of birth – people understood that restoring the service might be difficult, and that to ensure security they might be asked to change their password.


PS3 Hack – What It Means

Friday, January 7th, 2011

If you’re into gaming, then you might want to check this out …

A group of coders claims the PS3 has been hacked, opening the doors to software piracy. We look into the implications


Microsoft to take on iTunes

Tuesday, September 21st, 2010

It’s kind of funny that Microsoft named their music service after their less-than-successful Zune player … are they trying to resurrect that product, or hoping that people have already forgotten about it?

Tech giant to launch store and subscription service for Xbox 360, Windows PCs and Windows Phone 7 phones within weeks

Microsoft is to launch an online music and video store and music subscription service to compete with the likes of Apple and Spotify.