Beware of the Phishing Scam Targeting Steam Login
Malwarebytes researchers have uncovered a phishing scam that targets Steam Logins where users are tricked into giving up their SSFN files to scammers. The scam has evolved to become an automated process.
Summer Sale Games Are Everywhere!
So you think your wallet is safe?
Steam’s Summer Sale is still ongoing, and now two other services have joined the sale bandwagon. Sony is also hosting a Summer Sale on its PlayStation Store with huge discounts on games and movies, and GoG’s Adrenaline Rush sale features DRM-free games are selling at 50 percent off or more, plus 30 flash sales at once and a 4 secret flash giveaways each day.
Scientific American Podcast: Cool Kids, Short Shelf Life
Were you a cool kid back in high school? If not, then you may be luckier than you thought.
In this episode of Scientific American’s 60-Second Science Podcast, host Erika Beras shares with us her findings on how cool kids in adolescence have a greater chance of adopting risky behavior as they grow older.
The Four Bros Experience Podcast #2: Cooks, Deuces, and Scotes
What superpower will make you the biggest ladies’ man? So you are asked in this week’s episode of The Four Bros Experience Podcast,as hosted by Matt, Alex, Jon, and now the fourth bro, Joel (I hope I got that right).
‘Metro 2033′ & ‘Metro: Last Light’ Remastered Will Debut on August 26
Deep Silver has announced that Metro Reduxwill be available at $50 for Xbox One, Playstation 4, and PC on August 26 and will be available on Europe in August 29.
Point of Inquiry Podcast: Marlene Zuk on Paleofantasies
It may have begun with the Paleo diet craze, where modern-day humans are strongly urged to return to our supposed evolutionary roots to lead a healthier lifestyle well away from our highly processed food diets. But is it really sound health advice to dish out to humans, to retrace our steps millions of years back? Biologist and behavioral ecologist Dr. Marlene Zuk discusses the possible myths and delusions surrounding this on this week’s episode of Point of Inquiry Podcast.
‘Mirror’s Edge 2′ Will Focus More on First-Person Combat
According to DICE Karl Magnus Troedsson, the new Mirror’s Edge 2will focus more on its first-person combat feature. The original game was released in 2008 and it pioneered the first-person melee battle with optional gun-based combat.