Doom Eternal Devs Break Down Every Gun

Published on Mar 3, 2020One of 2020’s most-anticipated games, Doom Eternal, is almost here. Ahead of its release on March 20, GameSpot caught up with id Software’s Marty Stratton and Hugo Martin to discuss one of the game’s most important and eye-catching elements–the weapons. In the video, Stratton and Martin explain the unique benefits of…

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Recycled Nuclear Waste Will Power a New Reactor

Idaho National Laboratory sprawls across nearly 900 square miles in the southeastern corner of its namesake state. Home to America’s first nuclear power plant, INL has served as the proving grounds for the future of nuclear energy technology for decades. Along the way, the lab has generated hundreds of tons of uranium waste that is…

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Please, Please, Please Don’t Mock Conspiracy Theories

The 2020 election is a hurricane season of alleged conspiracies. Theory after theory has churned from the Democratic debates, the Iowa caucuses, and the Twitter goings-on of candidates’ supporters or alleged supporters. The recent theory that a Nigerian Twitter fan account for Pete Buttigieg was actually a sock puppet run by campaign staffer Lis Smith—it…

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A Flaw in Billions of Wi-Fi Chips Let Attackers Decrypt Data

Billions of devices—many of them already patched—are affected by a Wi-Fi vulnerability that allows nearby attackers to decrypt sensitive data sent over the air, researchers said on Wednesday at the RSA security conference.ARS TECHNICAThis story originally appeared on Ars Technica, a trusted source for technology news, tech policy analysis, reviews, and more. Ars is owned…

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