From VentureBeat: PC Gaming Weekly: One way Steam could disarm review-bombers

Some studios on Steam have no problem getting noticed. In fact, they might be getting too much attention in the form of review bombs from people who might not have even played the game they’re trashing. And Valve, the video game company that owns PC gaming’s biggest platform, didn’t help matters with its recent move […]

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From Latest Hacking News: According to FOIA, FCC got sued for not publishing the Net Neutrality Comments

While nobody has recognized who is contaminating the FCC comment system with the fake post, it should be somewhat apparent
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From Slashdot: ‘Dear Apple, The iPhone X and Face ID Are Orwellian and Creepy’

Trent Lapinski from Hacker Noon writes an informal letter to Apple, asking “who the hell actually asked for Face ID?” and calling the iPhone X and new face-scanning security measure “Orwellian” and “creepy”: For the company that famously used 1984 in i…

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From Latest Hacking News: Untraceable political ads will be stopped by Facebook says Mark Zuckerberg

Describing it “perhaps the most significant step we’re taking,� Zuckerberg aimed out that partisan ads online are not directed to

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From Tech: Apple will bring back 3D Touch app-switching in iOS 11

Those updating to iOS 11 may be surprised to realize that switching between apps isn’t quite as easy as it was in iOS 10.
While double tapping the home button still works to bring up the multitasking view, Apple removed the 3D Touch gesture that also…

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From VentureBeat: Appeals court limits where patent trolls can file suits

In a closely watched case, the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has issued an order that should see many more patent cases leaving the Eastern District of Texas. The order in In re Cray, together with the Supreme Court’s recent decision in TC Heartland v. Kraft Foods, should make it much more difficult […]

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