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Displaying items by tag: Online Games

Wednesday, 23 August 2017 09:37

New malware targets gamers on Windows systems

Slovakian security firm ESET has discovered malware called Joao which attacks gamers who are using Windows and playing online games from the company Aeria Games.

Published in Security

The federal government is piloting a new classification tool designed to streamline the process of classifying Netflix content and to make it easier for programmes to become available to Australian audiences.

Published in Government Tech Policy
Mums and Dads believed it; Canon proved it. New research shows 93% of Australian students studying for exams experience digital distractions, 52% struggling to keep away from social media.
 
Published in Education
Sydney-based online merchant solutions vendor, On Technology, is claiming a worldwide first with its implementation of PayPal’s new Permissions Application Programming Interface (API), the latest beta API unveiled today as part of the PayPal X global open payments platform.

Published in Market
Monday, 19 October 2009 16:31

'Adult' games may be captured by internet filter

The Rudd Government is investigating how its proposed internet filtering system might apply to the online games market, particularly in relation to complications that result from the lack of an R18+ ratings classification in Australia.

Published in Home Tech
This afternoon after I got home from work, I fragged my online enemies! What makes this remarkable is that I use Ubuntu Linux, and as everyone know gaming doesn't work on Linux (tongue-in-cheek comment there). What is even more amazing is that I didn't install an application to do this.

Thursday, 28 May 2009 17:55

Six Foot Orc is King of Malware

Forget Facebook and tip Twitter out with trash, when it comes to malware threats a new king has been crowned and he's a six foot tall Orc.

Published in Security
Wednesday, 15 April 2009 10:51

Massive World of Warcraft patch released

Blizzard have released a new World of Warcraft patch.  It doesn’t sound like much, boosting the games level from v3.0.9 to v3.1.0, but there is a significant number of updates to this planets biggest single game community.

Published in Entertainment
Wednesday, 11 March 2009 09:41

And the most popular console online is...

...no surprise really, but the NPD Group’s 2009 report on Online Gaming has thrown up some trends of interest when it comes to our connected entertainment options.

Published in Entertainment
Thursday, 26 February 2009 05:23

PlayStation Network hits 20 million milestone

More than 20 million accounts have been registered on Sony's PlayStation Network. The company doesn't say how many are active, but it's still a milestone.

Published in Entertainment
Tuesday, 12 August 2008 17:02

Do PC gamers need a new online defence system?

As BitDefender releases its GameSafe security product for online PC gamers into the UK market, we ask if it is actually all that new or exciting or necessary...

Published in Entertainment
There are more World of Warcraft weapons than you can throw the Twin Blades of Azzinoth at. From Alcor's Sunrazor to a Warp Slicer, with a couple of hundred others in-between. The new Blizzard Authenticator, however, might just save your virtual life from a very real world foe...

Published in Networking

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