Black Ops 4 servers have been improved after update – but there's a catch

  1. Black Ops 4 servers have been improved after update – but there’s a catch  Dexerto.com
  2. Treyarch Bans DICE’s Battlefield V Core Gameplay Designer from Call of Duty: Black Ops 4  Wccftech
  3. The soul-destroying Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Black Market grind just got a lot faster  Eurogamer.net
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Apple and Amazon explicitly deny claims that servers were compromised by Chinese chips

  1. Apple and Amazon explicitly deny claims that servers were compromised by Chinese chips  The Verge
  2. Apple strongly denies Bloomberg’s Chinese hacking report  Macworld
  3. Amazon, Apple Servers Completely Compromised by Chinese Hardware Backdoors  ExtremeTech
  4. The Big Hack: How China Used a Tiny Chip to Infiltrate US Companies  Bloomberg
  5. Apple and Amazon deny report that Chinese ‘spy’ chips were used to infiltrate their networks  Telegraph.co.uk
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China inserted surveillance microchip in servers used by Amazon, Apple, according to report

  1. China inserted surveillance microchip in servers used by Amazon, Apple, according to report  Washington Post
  2. China reportedly infiltrated Apple and other US companies using ‘spy’ chips on servers  TechCrunch
  3. The Big Hack: How China Used a Tiny Chip to Infiltrate US Companies  Bloomberg
  4. Apple and Amazon deny report that Chinese ‘spy’ chips were used to infiltrate their networks  Telegraph.co.uk
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Chinese spies reportedly inserted microchips into servers used by Apple, Amazon, and others

  1. Chinese spies reportedly inserted microchips into servers used by Apple, Amazon, and others  The Verge
  2. China’s Military Reportedly Snuck Spy Chips Onto Hardware Used by US Warships, Drones and Apple  Fortune
  3. Chinese spy chips are found in hardware used by Apple, Amazon, Bloomberg says; Apple, AWS say no way  CNBC
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Xbox Live status: Servers DOWN – Xbox not working on BIG day for Destiny 2, Battlefield 5

  1. Xbox Live status: Servers DOWN – Xbox not working on BIG day for Destiny 2, Battlefield 5  Daily Star
  2. Xbox Game Pass games list: Every Xbox One, 360 and Xbox Live game currently available  Eurogamer.net
  3. Microsoft unveils Xbox subscription service to ward off competition  CNBCTV18
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'Fortnite' Servers Going Down For Maintenance Tomorrow, August 7

  1. ‘Fortnite’ Servers Going Down For Maintenance Tomorrow, August 7  Forbes
  2. Fortnite Servers Going Offline Ahead Of 5.20 Update  GameSpot
  3. Forcing gamers to download ‘Fortnite’ from outside the Google Play store is greedy and wrong  BGR
  4. The rumours are true – Fortnite on Android doesn’t use Google Play  Eurogamer.net
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Fortnite Servers Going Offline Ahead Of 5.20 Update

  1. Fortnite Servers Going Offline Ahead Of 5.20 Update  GameSpot
  2. ‘Fortnite’ Is Getting An Epic Double-Barreled Shotgun With v5.20  Forbes
  3. Forcing gamers to download ‘Fortnite’ from outside the Google Play store is greedy and wrong  BGR
  4. The rumours are true – Fortnite on Android doesn’t use Google Play  Eurogamer.net
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Google launches “Shielded VMs” to protect cloud servers from rootkits, data theft

  1. Google launches “Shielded VMs” to protect cloud servers from rootkits, data theft  Ars Technica
  2. Google offers its own ‘Titan’ USB security key for password-free logins  Digital Trends
  3. Google announces its own security key for stronger logins  The Verge
  4. Security Key Enforcement to Help Deter Phishing | Google Cloud  Google Cloud
  5. Google made the Titan Key to toughen up your online security  CNET
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Apple's iCloud partner in China will store user data on servers of state-run telecom

  1. Apple’s iCloud partner in China will store user data on servers of state-run telecom  The Verge
  2. Apple’s Chinese iCloud Data Moved to Servers Managed by State-Owned Mobile Operator  Mac Rumors
  3. Report of iCloud data on servers belonging to state-owned China Telecom causes concern [U]  9to5Mac
  4. Apple’s iCloud user data in China is now handled by a state-owned mobile operator  TechCrunch
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