Winter may be cold, but only the hottest tech news is part of Digital Cut Live, DT's morning live show. In Episode 32, host Greg Nibler and guest Jeremy Kaplan surfaced directly into the news of the day.
The trendiest news was the aftermath of "The Game Awards," the annual award-winning video game by Geoff Keighley, where video game luminaries take part. Meet for the best (or at least biggest) games of the year celebrate. Red Dead Redemption 2 had shown a strong performance and claimed a variety of prizes, including Best Narrative and Best Score / Music, but God of War received the main awards, "Game of the Year" and Best Game Direction.
The Game Awards are not just a place where the industry welcomes itself. Announcements can also be made here and trailers can be shown for upcoming games. Among the revelations were Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order (the latest in the Marvel-themed dungeon crawler series, this time based on the Avengers movie plot), Mortal Kombat 1
December 7 was a day like any other: the sun was rising, the world was spinning and Elon Musk was on the news. The controversial entrepreneur announced that he intends to showcase the new tunnel system of his Boring Company with elevators that carry people with lifts between surface and tunnel. The showcase will include what Musk calls "fully autonomous transport cars for road traffic". The start is scheduled for the 18th of December.
In a disturbing news, a man named Andy Gregg from Phoenix claims that a hacker has talked to him through his nest with him surveillance camera. The hacker warned Gregg that his private information was vulnerable by reading some of his passwords and breaking the connection. As smart home gadgets become more popular, a story like Greggs is a scary reminder that online gambling carries risks.
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