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Tencent keeps investing in PUBG Mobile esports in the Americas

Tencent continues to invest in PUBG Mobile esports in the west, even though the audiences are much larger in Asia.Read More

Medical digital twins secure COVID-19 data

The widespread adoption of medical digital twins requires combining sensitive medical data to create the best models.Read More

Report: At least 25% of consumers use biometrics for online security

Consumers are concerned about their online security, and many have taken action by moving to biometrics and using authentication software.Read More

Roblox players suffer through game platform’s third day offline – CNET

Millions of young players have been unable to access their games for several days.

A call for increased visual representation and diversity in robotics

Join gaming leaders online at GamesBeat Summit Next this upcoming November 9-10. Learn more about what comes next.  Sometimes it’s the obvious things that are overlooked. Why aren’t there pictures…

How to go hybrid: The right recipe for mixing on-prem and cloud computing

If your company needs to lower infrastructure costs, you’ll want to consider how to effectively move to a hybrid cloud model. Read More

Best workbench for 2021 – Roadshow

Don’t sit on the ground while trying to get stuff done in the garage, grab one of these versatile workbenches and increase your productivity.

Freshly review: Is this popular meal delivery service one of the best in 2021? – CNET

This premade meal subscription may be one of the most well-known, but is Freshly actually good? We investigate.

Eclipse Foundation launches open source collaboration around software-defined vehicles

The benefits from open source collaboration can extend beyond vehicles into other industries, including cloud computing and manufacturing.Read More

Report: 55% of execs say that SolarWinds hack hasn’t affected software purchases

If companies don’t make plans to ensure their software is secure, everyone will be vulnerable to attacks against the software supply chain.Read More