Monthly Archives: March 2022

Neon White Preview: Hands-On With a High-Speed FPS

At a glance, Neon White might look like a first-person shooter, but it’s not really — or not entirely. It plays like a shooter, but the focus is more on speedrunning through levels. It also pulls elements from the visual novel genre to tell a rather in-depth story. During a recent demo, director Ben Esposito… Read More »

Researchers used a decommissioned satellite to broadcast hacker TV

Getty Images | 3DSculptor reader comments 77 with 51 posters participating Share this story Independent researchers and the United States military have become increasingly focused on orbiting satellites’ potential security vulnerabilities in recent years. These devices, which are built primarily with durability, reliability, and longevity in mind, were largely never intended to be ultra-secure. But… Read More »

Xbox Backtracks on Removing ‘Share to Twitter’ Option

Microsoft has backtracked on changes to Xbox that would have removed the option to share captures directly to Twitter. Earlier this month, reports hinted that an Insider build on Xbox consoles had removed the feature, meaning users would have had to upload screens to the Xbox app before sharing to Twitter from there. Fortunately, Microsoft… Read More »

Xbox Series X Is in Stock

It has finally happened. We’ve reached a point where you can usually find a new Xbox Series X|S console in stock. The Xbox Series S is pretty much always available at most retailers, and the Series X has become pretty easy to find as well in recent weeks. Stock of it still comes and goes,… Read More »