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The Wheel of Time series is one step closer to your...

Sony has snapped up the rights and brought on an executive producer.

PSVR: Don’t worry, some good games are coming

Six months after launch, Sony PlayStation VR finally gets more games—good ones, too.

The Xbox One loses another exclusive third-party developer

As Remedy goes multi-platform, Microsoft's exclusive slate looks worse and worse.

Analysis: What Xbox One Scorpio means for the future of the...

Get ready for semi-regular hardware upgrades in a more solid ecosystem.

Matching Wits with a North Korea-Linked Hacking Group

Skilled 'Bluenoroff' arm of infamous Lazarus hacking team behind Bangladesh Bank heist and Sony attacks actively resists investigators on its trail, Kaspersky Lab says.

Yooka-Laylee review: Better than a 90s platformer

Yooka-Laylee changes just enough to support its compelling platforming.

It’s official: Destiny 2 is coming to the PC

Sequel players will have to abandon progress from the first MMO.

Would you consider a disc-free console option?

Some gamers may be ready to ditch the disc drive to save on hardware.

Dealmaster: Get $10 when you buy a $100 Newegg gift card

Plus savings on the new PSVR Aim, dash cams, TVs, and more.

Sony will soon let console haters get their PS4 fix on...

Starting with "private test"; we have good guess for PlayStation Now's upgrade date.

6 security essentials the CIA forgot

Wikileaks’ CIA dump is the biggest secret cache released so far.
It’s embarrassing to the CIA.
It undermines our intelligence efforts.

And it didn’t need to happen. The sad fact is that the world’s computers are not configured securely enough to match the confidentiality of the data they are protecting.

As a society we allow our computers to languish in a state that almost invites attackers to access them—even at the CIA, apparently.[ Watch out for 11 signs you’ve been hacked—and learn how to fight back, in InfoWorld’s PDF special report. | Discover how to secure your systems with InfoWorld’s Security Report newsletter. ] That may finally be changing, though remediation has been slow to roll out.
In my view, the tipping point was the Sony hack, which was so embarrassing and costly that it scared execs in a way that the Target, Home Depot, and Office of Management and Budget hacks did not.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

Hacker George Hotz cancels Model S order after Tesla reminds him...

Was set to receive a car last week, then came a last-minute call from Tesla legal.