Author: Richard

The Steam Deck is the Ultimate Emulation Machine

Handheld gaming has always charmed me in ways that console gaming never has. The concept of having a gaming experience on the go, wherever you go, is quite novel to me. It’s like carrying a playground anywhere you travel. This is why the Steam Deck was my number one priority this year. However, not only can Valve’s powerful new handheld take on the latest and greatest games easily, but it can also emulate classics from the past in the best ways possible.

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How to Get a Job in Cybersecurity 

Remembering that you can always pivot and change your career path, and that anything you’ve learned so far is only a model, not the truth (along with anything you will learn in the future) gives you a vital ability to adapt and change as you go.

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Apple’s Online Store and Information Systems chiefs are reportedly leaving the company

A few days ago, it was reported that Jony Ive’s successor Evans Hankey, who leads Apple’s design team, will soon be leaving the company. Now it seems that Apple is about to lose two more top executives: Anna Matthiasson, vice president of the company’s online store, and Mary Demby, head of Apple’s Information Systems.


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You’ll Love Tatiana Maslany Even More After Seeing What She Had to Put Up With on the She-Hulk Set

Even those who don’t work in Hollywood understand the challenges of being in a visual effects-heavy movie or series, like reacting to characters or scenery that aren’t actually seen on set. But Marvel Entertainment recently shared a behind the scenes look at the making of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, and what Tatiana…

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Finally: Countries Start To Rebel Against Corporate Sovereignty, But Ten Years Too Late

Back in 2013, Techdirt wrote about “the monster lurking inside free trade agreements”. Formally, the monster is known as Investor-State Dispute Settlement (ISDS), but here on Techdirt we call it “corporate sovereignty“, because that is what it is: a system of secret courts that effectively places companies above a government, by allowing them to sue

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