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A global effort to stop the "world's most dangerous" malware botnet

In a statement on Twitter, Europol said it had taken control of "one of the most significant botnets of the last decade", called Emotet. Described as "one of the most professional and ...

Gladius II Wireless - Review

Gladius II Wireless Mouse Review

Minecraft RTX - Beta from April 16th

Minecraft with Ray Tracing is coming soon!

DLSS 2.0 - AI at the service of performance

Nvidia is intent on relaunching one of its flagships: the DLSS. The acronym stands for Deep Learning Super Sampling, or Supersampling through artificial neural networks.

XBOX SERIES X VS PLAYSTATION 5

Sony has finally unveiled its cards on Playstation 5, in a somewhat boring conference for the general public, since it was intended for the GDC, but the voice of Mark ...

A VR simulation brings together a mother with her missing daughter

For many people, the thought of the loss of a relative, friend or partner is too heartbreaking to even imagine and even the idea that it is really over and there ...

[+18] PlayStation Network Vice President has been turned away from ...

George Cacioppo, until a few days ago vice president and engineer of PlayStation Network since 2013, was fired from his position after ...

Final Fantasy XIV, the MMO has doubled its active players compared ...

Although the original Final Fantasy XIV release took place a decade ago, Square Enix's MMORPG has seen its playerbase expand ...

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