Gaming

How To Get Your Gaming Channel Partnered On YouTube

Is starting a gaming YouTube channel part of your 2019 New Year’s Resolution? If so, perhaps this article can serve as a gentle reminder and a compass to help you take the first, or next step in the process. There are six sections to help you push through the formative stages for your would-be channel. Let’s start at the beginning, ... Read More »

Women Navigate Toxicity, Other Barriers in E-Sports

Susie Kim thinks the women gamers are out there. As general manager for a championship e-sports team, she would know. She’s not surprised none of them are on her roster. The Entertainment Software Association reported this year that 45 percent of US gamers are female, yet women make up a scant portion of the professional e-sports player pool. Executives for games ... Read More »

5 Tips for an Everyday Rummy Cards Player

Have you taken to Rummy lately? Are you winning less and losing more in the rummy games you have been playing? Do you want to get more confident before you play rummy online for cash or free? 5 Tips that can help you win your rummy patti game:   The first and the most important tip that every rummy player ... Read More »

Vine Co-Founder, 34, Found Dead In US Apartment; Drug Overdose Suspected

Colin Kroll co-founded Vine, the popular short-form video service acquired in 2012 by Twitter.   New York, United States: US tech star Colin Kroll, who co-founded Vine and popular gaming app HQ Trivia, was found dead Sunday in New York of an apparent drug overdose. Police found Kroll, 34, unconscious and unresponsive in a bedroom of his Manhattan apartment, a New ... Read More »

Sprint and T-Mobile parent companies to drop Huawei to appease regulators

The latest news on the Sprint/T-Mobile merger is here, and Huawei will not be happy about it. Sprint and T-Mobile are close to completing the merger of the two US carriers but some concerns about the two carrier’s parent companies need to be addressed. According to a report from Reuters, Japanese carrier Softbank (Sprint’s parent company) has agreed to replace ... Read More »

Report shows tribes cashing in on gaming

While some states are cashing in on tribal gaming, opponents are betting on trouble ahead. The American Gaming Association argues their latest report shows it is an industry the country should double-down on. “There is a belief that it is a very small, sort of niche industry, that the casino industry is tiny…but in retrospect it is massive,” said Sara ... Read More »

Coral One review: This 2-in-1 robot vacuum promises more complete cleaning

The Coral One robot vacuum—the first product from Coral Robots—seeks to remedy some of the shortcomings that all such devices possess: They leave dirt in corners, and they can’t navigate stairs, dust shelves, or get at those cobwebs in your ceiling. Cleaning those troublespots means hauling your stick vacuum and its attachments out of the closet. Detach the Dustbuster-style vacuum ... Read More »

Onimusha is coming to PC in early 2019

Elderly PS2 game Onimusha: Warlords is coming to PC on 15 January 2019, Capcom revealed today. You can watch a trailer above. Capcom promises high-definition graphics, a widescreen display option, support for analogue sticks (the 2001 original didn’t have this, if I recall) and a new soundtrack. You can also play on easy mode from the start, whereas the original ... Read More »

Weekend PC Game Deals: Charity bundles, freebies, and more to grab

Weekend PC Game Deals is where the hottest gaming deals from all over the internet are gathered into one place, every week, for your consumption. So kick back, relax, and hold on to your wallets. As per usual, we kick off things showcasing newest bundles of the week, and the Humble Store has put up a bundle aimed at those looking ... Read More »

‘Shadow’ PC game streaming service is headed to US coasts

Blade We were impressed by Shadow, the game streaming service from the French startup Blade, when it launched in California earlier this year. In a nutshell, it lets you play PC games on practically any device with a screen — be it a smartphone, computer or TV — by accessing the virtual equivalent of a $2,000 gaming rig. And on August ... Read More »