Gaming

There’s an alternative Minecraft server without any rules

It’s one of the world’s most popular video games, parent approved and even used in schools, but dissatisfied with its rules and regulations one user decided to set up an alternative version of the fictional universe where anarchy could rule. Now users are queuing for four hours to play

Why Pokémon Go isn't the dream come true you think it is

Pokémon Go requires the user to give permission to several privacy intrusions: location services, camera usage and data, time zone, and so on. It’s not surprising people are already questioning what Pokémon creator Nintendo will do with this data

10 best PS4 games

At the halfway point of 2016, we pick the new releases that have kept us glued to our consoles

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