Half a year ago, there was a huge outrage over Microsoft’s display at E3. It showed an Xbox One that barely knew it was a game system, required an always-on Internet connection, and included a Kinect camera that no one wanted and that had to be plugged in and turned on. Sony clearly won E3 because it showed off the PlayStation 4 as a powerful game system and not an all-watching, always-online entertainment monolith.
The Xbox One isn’t just a powerful game system on the same level as the PlayStation 4, it’s an incredible home entertainment hub that actually fulfills the promises made by Microsoft. In short, the Xbox One is the better system. Period. At least, at launch with the current feature sets offered by both devices.
It looks like the line up is starting to gel for the 2014 Jamboree in the Hills.
It looks like Keith Urban will be performing on Friday night (July 18, 2014) with Little Big Town and Brantley Gilbert.
Tim McGraw will be performing on Saturday night (July 19, 2014).
Kip Moore is also scheduled, but will it be Lady Antebellum, Kip Moore and Kacey Musgraves?
Three Georgia Tech hackers have revealed how to hack iPhones and iPads with malware imitating ordinary apps in under sixty seconds using a “malicious charger.”
Today at a Black Hat USA 2013 press conference, the researchers revealed for the first time exactly how the USB charger they built can compromise iOS devices in less than a minute.
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