The New Jersey attorney general’s office announced today that on-line video gaming company E-Sports Entertainment, LLC, has entered into a $1 million settlement that resolves allegations it infected thousands of personal computers with malicious software code enabling E-Sports to monitor what programs subscribers were running and illegally mine for bitcoins.
Just in time for the upcoming holidays and gift-giving, Sony has released PlayStation 4 last week and Microsoft is set to release Xbox One next week.
Are you interested to learn about the delicate hacks and tricks that go on behind the curtains of the scene better known as the console hacking scene?
Thousands of impatient gamers have been duped into downloading and running a bogus Grand Theft Auto V version for PCs that made them complete a number of surveys and ultimately didn't deliver the wanted game.
Modern living is defined by pop culture phenomena. In the last few months alone, 4G rollouts, the release of smart watches and launch of long-awaited video games have all generated huge publicity and attention with legions of adoring fans lining up outside stores to get a hold of the latest ‘must-have’.
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