Divinity: Original Sin 2 Hits Kickstarter Goal in 12 Hours

Divinity: Original Sin was a runaway success for developers Larian Studios. The game was successfully funded through Kickstarter, and since then, has gone on to great sales and critical acclaim. In fact, the game was nominated and won numerous awards last year, which included a nomination for Role Playing Game of the Year at the first annual Game Awards.

The success of Divinity: Original Sin has prompted Larian Studios to keep pushing on with the re-energized franchise. This comes in the form of a console port of Original Sin, as well as the announcement of Divinity: Original Sin 2. Like its predecessor, Divinity: Original Sin 2 is seeking crowdfunding resources through Kickstarter, and also like its predecessor, Divinity: Original Sin 2 was a quick success.

Within its first 12 hours, the Kickstarter campaign for Divinity: Original Sin 2 has surpassed its funding goal. At the time of this writing, nearly …

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Captain America: Civil War’s Rival Superhero Teams Revealed

Shooting recently wrapped on the next Captain America movie, and now some promo art has emerged, revealing new information about the film.

Captain America: Civil War will tell the story of the conflict between Captain America and Iron Man, following government registration of superhero activity. These new images show exactly how the various heroes in the Marvel Cinematic Universe will side when the two factions go to war. Check out the images below:

Iron Man, who favours registration, has War Machine, Black Panther, The Vision, and Black Widow to fight on his side. On the other, Captain America is backed by Hawkeye, Ant-Man, Winter Soldier, Falcon, and SHIELD agent Sharon Carter. The big omission here is Spider-Man, who will be making his Marvel Universe debut in Civil War.

The film is directed by Joe and Anthony Russo, who helped turn the second Captain America movie, 2014’s The Winter Soldier, into a $700 million smash. It stars Chris Evans, Robert Downey, Jr., Scarlett Johansson, Jeremy Renner, Elizabeth Olsen, and Paul Rudd and hits cinemas on May 6, 2016.

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Cops in North Dakota can now arm Drones with tasers and tear gas

Weaponized Drones

The idea of weaponized drones might sound like something you’d see in a sci-fi movie, but you might end up seeing it in the real world before you know it. Following the passage of a new bill in North Dakota, police in that state now have the green light to launch and use drones armed with a variety of non-lethal weapons, including rubber bullets, tear gas, pepper spray, and tasers.

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The 8 Greatest Blizzard Games


Blizzard Entertainment has been making video games since 1991, when it was founded by 3 UCLA graduates under the name Silicon & Synapse. But it wasn’t until 1993 that the studio began truly making a mark on the world, when it began working on its own titles rather than ports for other developers. One year later, Blizzard released Warcraft: Orcs & Humans, and nearly every game since has been an instant classic.

In fact, Blizzard has produced some of the most memorable, successful, and influential video games in the history of the medium. It wasn’t easy, but below we have compiled our picks for the top 8 Blizzard games ever made:

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Techy Is An On-Demand Repair Service For Laptops


While companies like iCracked have extensive repair networks allowing you to get a phone or tablet repaired in just hours, getting a laptop repaired normally requires making an appointment, dropping your device off, and eventually picking it up days later. Techy (a recent winner of our TC Radio pitch-off) solves this problem by providing an on-demand platform for laptop repairs.… Read More —> Read More

Google On EU’s Anti-Competitive Claims: “Concerns Are Unfounded”


We’re a little over five years into the EU’s antitrust investigation of Google and today’s back and forth is about Google Shopping results. Back in April, Europe’s antitrust chief, Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager said: Our preliminary view in the SO is that in its general Internet search results Google artificially favors its own comparison shopping service… Read More —> Read More

Scary iPhone malware can spy on you even after you close infected apps

iPhone iOS 8 Ins0mnia Malware

A rather scary piece of iPhone malware would let an attacker spy on a target using an approved App Store app without the person’s knowledge. In fact, the malware app could continue to gather data for the hackers — or for a spy agency — even after the infected app is closed by the user. Apple apparently fixed this huge vulnerability beginning with iOS 8.4.1, but earlier iOS builds are still affected.

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