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Mace & Crown | July 25, 2017

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Technology Archives * Page 3 of 17 * Mace & Crown

Cybersecurity Firm Leaks Hacking Tools, as Apple Warned

February 22, 2017 |

Audra Reigle Assistant Technology Editor

When experts say “no, this could be a bad idea,” it may be a good idea to listen to them. This is especially true when not listening could result in something bad happening, or in this … Read More

‘Rainbow Six: Siege’ Serves up Major Changes Following Year 2

February 22, 2017 |

Deck: How continued support can make-up for a rough start

Brooke Nicholson Contributing Writer

“Rainbow Six”, the highly tactical, modern video game franchise following the fictional international counter-terrorist unit, Rainbow, has successfully pumped out 18 games after the initial release of Tom … Read More

YouTube to Kill Unskippable Ads in 2018

February 17, 2017 |

Ross Reelachart Technology Editor

In a move that will surely make internet video viewers happy, Google announced that it will end non-skippable 30-second ads in 2018. This was announcement was first made to UK publication Campaign and later confirmed by The … Read More

Valve to Replace ‘Steam Greenlight’ with ‘Steam Direct’

February 16, 2017 |

Nathan Laplante Contributing Writer

Valve Corporation, the company behind the popular online game marketplace “Steam,” has recently revealed that they fully intend to replace their controversial Greenlight program with a new service called “Steam Direct.” The Steam Greenlight Program was launched … Read More

‘Nioh’ Review: A New Take on the Souls Games

February 16, 2017 |

Daija Marrow Contributing Writer

Team Ninja, the creators of the “Ninja Gaiden” series, have developed their own take on the “Souls-like” RPG with “Nioh.” Set in the warring states period of Japan, the story revolves around a stone called the Amrita … Read More

Social Media Cracks Down on Fake News

February 10, 2017 |

Audra Reigle Assistant Technology Editor

News and social media outlets are cracking down on “fake news” after wide distribution during last year’s presidential election cycle made its dangers apparent. While the U.S. presidential election has passed and President Trump has officially … Read More

Automation and the Future of Jobs

February 10, 2017 |

Audra Reigle Assistant Technology Editor

Robots are seemingly taking over the world. Specifically, it can feel like they’re taking over your jobs and job opportunities. Slowly but surely, more companies are bringing on robots to replace humans as employees. Between the … Read More

‘For Honor’ For Sure

February 9, 2017 | 1

Ross Reelachart Technology Editor

The world of Ubisoft’s upcoming medieval multiplayer hack-and-slash-em-up “For Honor” is one where knights, Vikings and samurai wage war forever in a clash swords, shields and axes. The beta for “For Honor” was opened to the public … Read More

Should You Make the ‘Switch?’

February 3, 2017 |

Daija Marrow Contributing Writer

Nintendo seems to be attempting to keep pace with competitors Sony and Microsoft as they promote their upcoming console, Nintendo Switch. While this platform is more like a modern console than its predecessor, Nintendo is taking risks … Read More

PixelFest 2017 Preview

February 2, 2017 |

Audra Reigle Assistant Technology Editor

Norfolk’s first gaming festival is returning for its second year, and if you’re a gamer, interested in gaming or interested in local game development,  PixelFest may be the place for you.

PixelFest is a three day event … Read More

E-Waste and How to Deal With It

February 2, 2017 |

Audra Reigle Assistant Technology Editor

When it comes to new gadgets and devices, once that new piece of gear comes out, we tend to throw out our old technology like regular garbage. But tossing out your old electronics can be dangerous, and not … Read More

‘Resident Evil 7: Biohazard’ Review: Back to Basics

January 27, 2017 |

Ross Reelachart Technology Editor

The Resident Evil video game series is one with a storied and troubled history. It began as one of the greats of the survival horror genre in 1996, then peaked with “Resident Evil 4” in 2005. After … Read More

Google Maps to Make Locating Parking Easier

January 27, 2017 |

Audra Reigle Assistant Technology Editor

When you’re running late for work, class or a night out with your friends, the last thing you want to be stressed about is finding a parking space. When parking is limited in an area, it … Read More

The Disability March: Employing Social Media to Get the Word Out

January 27, 2017 |

Audra Reigle Assistant Technology Editor

Over the weekend almost 500,000 people in the Women’s March shook Washington, D.C. There were also several affiliated marches in cities across the U.S. and around the world, including one in Norfolk. For those whose disabilities … Read More

What the New President Means for Technology

January 20, 2017 |

Ross Reelachart Technology Editor

The arrival of a new president frequently heralds a shift in policy to go along with a shift in administration. With President Trump taking office, the shift will be massive in all areas and the tech world … Read More

CES 2017 Round-Up

January 19, 2017 |

Audra Reigle Assistant Technology Editor

A new year brings on a whole world of new technology. The Consumer Electronics Show, which was held Jan. 3-8 in Las Vegas, brought many tech companies together to display the latest technological innovations. From kid-friendly technology … Read More