Topic / World of Warcraft

Blizzard sued over Battle.net breach, plaintiff claims inadequate security measures

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Blizzard, the maker of popular game franchises such as World of Warcraft, Starcraft and Diablo, has been hit with a lawsuit claiming that Battle.net “failed to maintain adequate levels of security for its customers”. This comes after Blizzard acknowledged in August that it had a security breach and that email addresses for those outside of China, and passwords for North American users were accessed. According to NeoGamr, Blizzard uses Secure […]

Razer’s new mobile PC gaming laptop concept – the Switchblade

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Razer has partnered up with Intel to bring a brand new concept – something we love to see at CES. Called the Switchblade, it is an Atom-powered laptop that not only redefines the keyboard for laptops, but also redefines gaming on laptops. The laptop concept’s changes how gameplay is done on laptops – with a multitouch display and a keyboard that changes every single time when you play a certain […]

Morning Briefing: Wednesday 29 December 2010

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Welcome to the Morning Briefing for Wednesday 29 December 2010, where we highlight the tech stories from across the web and what we are watching here at techgeek.com.au. Here’s what we are watching: A new iPod nano hack has been found, allowing the potential to support movies, TV shows, games, address book and even a calendar on the small device. According to Silicon Ally Insider, Yahoo’s CEO Carol Bartz has […]

World of Warcraft: Cataclysm [Gift Idea]

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Have you got that World of Warcraft fan in your family or your friend is? Well for christmas you can pre-order the newest expansion pack for this world wide game. However, BEWARE, WoW is addictive and you could potentially expose your friend into a world of nothingness (WoW fans, please don’t hurt me) It’s release is tomorrow (7th December) at 7PM. You can preorder it right now for $38. You […]

WOW more valuable than credit card…

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After the recent flaw against the cursor, and another when the patch for it cause serious problems for Realtek drivers… Now… the cursor is now a problem for theft for the popular online game ‘World of Warcraft.’ This flaw can be used to steal an World of Warcraft account. According to Symantec, a credit card can be sold up to $6 and a WOW account at least $10. That price […]