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GameStop Corp employees across the United States were caught by surprise on Dec 12 when the video-game chain suddenly announced new shipments of the highly coveted PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X consoles, sending customers flocking to stores.
(Reuters) - CD Projekt's Cyberpunk 2077, the highly anticipated video game which debuted last week, is getting hit by negative user reviews for its console version, sending its shares tumbling and raising concerns over the game's success.
Cyberpunk 2077’s console version is receiving mostly negative user scores, confirming earlier concerns about technical glitches that may appear when running the video game on less powerful platforms.
US government agencies were ordered to scour their networks for malware and disconnect potentially compromised servers after authorities learned that the Treasury and Commerce departments were hacked in a monthslong global cyberespionage campaign discovered when a prominent cybersecurity firm learned it had been breached.
M&G INVESTMENT is just as confident about video game stocks as it was six months ago, even amid the rotation into value equities.
Prominent US cybersecurity firm FireEye said on Dec 8 that foreign government hackers with "world-class capabilities” broke into its network and stole offensive tools it uses to probe the defenses of its thousands of customers.
Alfred Molina, who portrayed Doctor Octopus in 2004's Spider-Man 2, is reprising his role for the third instalment of the Tom Holland-led Spider-Man franchise.
Many users of China's popular Twitter-like Weibo platform said they were offended by the scene in the movie.
Good luck finding a PlayStation 5: Walmart and other retailers battle ‘bots’ snatching up hot products
CHICAGO/NEW YORK (Reuters) - Seven times last month, Benjamin Karmis, a 26-year-old priest from Wheaton, Illinois, failed to get his hands on the latest Sony PlayStation 5 video game console from retail websites including Walmart Inc and Facebook Marketplace.
Global electronics companies hoping to enjoy a spike in sales during a pandemic-inflicted Christmas need to avoid the one thing that stands in the way of a bonanza: shortages.