The US recorded its first coronavirus case on January 20, 2020. Taiwan recorded its first case the next day. Now, more than eight months later,
Month: October 2021
Their work filled living rooms, and their soundtracks collided against one another in crowded arcades, urging on the cheers of quarter-pumping gamers backgrounded by the
Unlike an iPhone, a new PlayStation doesn’t arrive every year. The current-generation PlayStation 4 launched in 2013, and its half-step upgrade, the PS4 Pro, came
Apple also announced something called the iPhone 12 Mini, essentially a smaller version of the aforementioned iPhone 12, with a 5.4-inch OLED display and the
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Donald Trump and Joe Biden will meet for their final presidential debate on Thursday evening. This was originally scheduled to be the candidates’ third debate
Ransomware attacks have surged around the world in recent months, targeting big corporations and critical organizations like hospitals. But digital extortion comes in many forms.
As I plan my family’s holiday road trip in a few weeks’ time, my mind keeps turning to The Oregon Trail. Just like in the
From technical constraints to designer flights of fancy, video game consoles have had a wild history, often mirroring—or establishing—the aesthetic sensibilities of the American gamer.
An experimental Covid-19 vaccine from Pfizer and German drug developer BioNTech (BNT) seems to be working very well, according to early trial data. The announcement,