PumaPay Cryptocurrency Is Now Accepted Across Pornhub Services

PumaPay

While Pornhub may dabble in a lot of unhealthy forms of subversion, they are one of the few major meeting points of mass product consumption and technological advancements in payment processing. Recently it was announced that all of Pornhub’s major services are now accepting cryptocurrency processing thanks to PumaPay. Continue reading “PumaPay Cryptocurrency Is Now Accepted Across Pornhub Services”

Korean Researchers Claim Video Game Addiction Is Genetic, Can Be Detected Via Blood Tests

Black Desert Online

An article was recently published on February 12th, 2020 over on the South Korean news site Inven. The article details how researchers using funding through the Ministry Of Culture and the Ministry of Gender Equality – which came from the Ministry of Science, ICT and Future Planning to study neurological science and resource technology from back in 2014 – have been running with a recent claim that they found that video game addiction can be discovered via blood tests and that the “disease” may be genetic. Continue reading “Korean Researchers Claim Video Game Addiction Is Genetic, Can Be Detected Via Blood Tests”

Tencent Wants To Invest In Video Games And Payment Services Overseas

It looks like Tencent will still invest in video games by buying stakes in various companies, but it looks like the Chinese mega-giant is looking to go to the West and other places outside of China to invest in payment platforms. After the company saw an increase in revenue thanks to WeChat’s mini-app ecosystem, the company wants to focus on payment services and smart retail overseas. Continue reading “Tencent Wants To Invest In Video Games And Payment Services Overseas”

Westernized Version Of Gatebox Replaces Anime Waifu With Ugly Female

Gatebox

Western tech companies have imbibed so much on Soylent that they’re too far removed from the pathway of sobriety that is common sense. In fact, there’s practically no recourse for them at this point other than to follow through with their Soyism and leap right off the financial cliff into bankruptcy, because no matter how often their ideas net them an entry on the Get Woke, Go Broke Master List, they just keep trying. Gatebox’s Westernized version is a perfect example of this phenomenon. Continue reading “Westernized Version Of Gatebox Replaces Anime Waifu With Ugly Female”

Kape Technologies Acquires VPN Private Internet Access, But Privacy Concerns Remain

Kape Technologies

Playing six degrees of separation isn’t required to see the writing on the wall with Kape Technologies’ $95.4 million acquisition of long-time private security business and VPN provider, Private Internet Access, better known as PIA. Continue reading “Kape Technologies Acquires VPN Private Internet Access, But Privacy Concerns Remain”

Utherverse’s Red Light Center VR Sex World Now Accepts PumaPay Cryptocurrency

Red Light District

Paying for porn just got a heck of a lot more cryptic. The Cyprus-based PumaPay announced that they’ve teamed up with Utherverse to allow users of Red Light Center to make use of the cryptocurrency for payments. Continue reading “Utherverse’s Red Light Center VR Sex World Now Accepts PumaPay Cryptocurrency”

Pokémon Go Devs To Team Up With Qualcomm To Make AR Glasses

It looks like Niantic and Qualcomm are partnering to bring the games industry something “new” in the space of augmented reality (AR). This partnership will bring about “AR glasses” so that gamers around the world can experience “accelerated” AR tech. Continue reading “Pokémon Go Devs To Team Up With Qualcomm To Make AR Glasses”

Michael Arzt Talks Atari VCS UI, Applications, And Retail Launch In 2020

The last time we reported on the Atari VCS was back in March of this year and how it’s using the 14nm AMD processor featuring high-performance Radeon Vega graphics architecture and two “Zen” CPU cores. As of now, a new blog post by Atari on Medium details the UI on the Atari VCS, its applications, and its retail launch in 2020.
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Uber To Allow Audio Recordings Of Rides

Uber Privacy

American company Uber will be rolling out audio recordings of their rides soon. The roll-out will take place first in Mexico and Brazil, where they will test the new feature to improve “safety” and its image. If all goes well in Central and South America, then Uber has plans on implementing the audio-recording requirement in the U.S. Continue reading “Uber To Allow Audio Recordings Of Rides”

Mclassic Promises Console Resolution Improvements Via Plug-n-Play Solution

mClassic

The mClassic is promising to do exactly what the headline states: Improve overall visual clarity and resolution output via a plug-n-play solution that includes HDMI and USB connectivity. Continue reading “Mclassic Promises Console Resolution Improvements Via Plug-n-Play Solution”

Google Stadia Will Insulate “Toxic” Gamers From The Rest Of The Platform

Google Stadia

Google’s Phil Harrison, the general manager over Stadia, revealed in a recent interview that the Stadia team will be addressing “toxic” gamer behavior by “insulating” it away from the rest of the platform. What does that mean exactly? I’m not entirely sure but they will be tackling it just like Blizzard and Twitch have set about tackling “toxicity” in their communities, and we all know how that turned out. Continue reading “Google Stadia Will Insulate “Toxic” Gamers From The Rest Of The Platform”

Atari VCS Delayed Again, Will Use AMD Ryzen For More “Power”

You’ve read it right. The Atari VCS has faced yet another delay. According to a new blog post by Atari, the company announced the upcoming console’s delay is due to “added power,” which includes the 14nm AMD processor featuring high-performance Radeon Vega graphics architecture and two “Zen” CPU cores. Continue reading “Atari VCS Delayed Again, Will Use AMD Ryzen For More “Power””

Google’s Stadia Aims To Remove Consumer Control Over Their Gaming Habits

Google Stadia

Google announced the Stadia at a press conference. They revealed that Jade Raymond, an alumni from Ubisoft and Electronic Arts, will be heading up the company’s Stadia first party game studio. The company is also making connections with third-party publishers for game streaming, identical to what Onlive, Gaikai, PlayStation Now and other game streaming services have tried and failed to make popular in the past. Continue reading “Google’s Stadia Aims To Remove Consumer Control Over Their Gaming Habits”

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