The Tremors TV Reboot Has Been Canned, Says Kevin Bacon

The Tremors TV Reboot Has Been Canned, Says Kevin Bacon

The Tremors reboot TV show has been canned, says Kevin Bacon, despite a “fantastic pilot.” After 25 years, the sci-fi franchise was set to return to our screens as a rebooted TV show based on the original 1990 film. Plans for the series were announced in 2015, and US network SyFy became involved last year. Continue reading…
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Red Dead Redemption 2: New Trailer Coming This Week

Red Dead Redemption 2: New Trailer Coming This Week

Rockstar has announced that a new trailer will be released for Red Dead Redemption 2 on Wednesday, May 2. The trailer will go live at 8am PT / 11am ET / 4pm UK (that’s 1am AEST on Thursday May 3), and you’ll be able to watch it here on IGN, or on our YouTube channel. Rockstar’s given no word on what to expect from the trailer, but after one trailer focused on the game world and another revealing something of the story, we’d hope for a chunk of representative gameplay to have a look at. Continue reading…
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Hellboy Board Game Raises $1 Million in 2 Days

Hellboy Board Game Raises Million in 2 Days

Hellboy: The Board Game has smashed its Kickstarter goal and raised over $1 million in just two days. The Kickstarter campaign went live last week with a goal of £100,000 (around $140,000 USD). The campaign reached its goal just 18 minutes later, and surpassed the million dollar mark just under 48 hours later. The current total is sitting at almost £860,000 at the time of writing, approximately $1,178,000, with 25 days to go. A new stretch goal was unveiled yesterday with the addition of a Ragna Rok Rasputin miniature and a new scenario, if the campaign reaches £880,000. Continue reading…
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PUBG Hackers Arrested and Fined Over $5 Million

PUBG Hackers Arrested and Fined Over Million

In an update on its latest anti-cheat efforts, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds developer Bluehole has released information on 15 hackers’ arrests made last week. PUBG has been plagued by cheaters for months now, with the studio implementing anti-cheat measures to tackle the problem. In its latest update, the studio shared that 15 suspects were arrested in China last week for developing and selling “hacking/cheating programs that affect PUBG,” and have been fined the equivalent of $5.1 million, with other suspects related to the case still under investigation. Continue reading…
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£420 off Asus ROG Strix 15.6-Inch Gaming Laptop, God of War under £44

£420 off Asus ROG Strix 15.6-Inch Gaming Laptop, God of War under £44

  Like me on Facebook and follow me on Twitter for the latest deals. Save £420 off Asus ROG Strix 15.6-Inch Gaming Laptop Searching for a good gaming laptop? Why pay a full price when you can snag more than £420 off an Asus ROG Strix HERO, MOBA edition 15.6-Inch gaming laptop at AO. The specs include Intel i5-7300HQ, 8GB RAM, 120 Hz 100 Percent sRGB display, Nvidia GTX 1060 6GB GPU, 1TB FireCuda SSHD and 128GB SSD, Full RGB keyboard. Continue reading…
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webOS Open Source Edition for Raspberry Pi

webOS Open Source Edition for Raspberry Pi

The webOS operating system – developed by Palm, acquired by HP, licensed to LG Electronics, and sold to Qualcomm – now has an official open-source version optimised for the Raspberry Pi. The new OS has been launched by LG but is an independent project, with its own website and name: webOS Open Source Edition, or webOS OSE for short. According to the webOS OSE website: webOS is a web-centric and usability-focused software platform for smart devices. The operating system has constantly evolved, passing through its journey from Palm to HP, and most recently to LG Electronics. Now, we are releasing webOS as an open source project, named webOS Open Source Edition (OSE). Open source webOS for Raspberry Pi The initial offering is fairly basic, with only a few apps built in. However, you can develop your own apps using IoTivity and iotivity-node. Despite the v1.0 release number, even getting webOS onto your Raspberry Pi is tricky. You need to be running Ubuntu 14.04 LTS 64‑bit to compile the source code, for example, as no pre-built image has been issued. This is despite the Raspberry Pi 3B being the only recommended system for webOS OSE. Helpfully, forum user Vipeax is hosting a webOS pre-built image for download. Also, visit webosose.org for details of webOS OSE, and how to contribute. The post webOS Open Source Edition for Raspberry Pi appeared first on The MagPi Magazine.
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