Digital ID creeping toward online verification systems, a ridesharing co-op launches in New York, HP buys HyperX plus more news from Computex and more.
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Big news from Google I/O today, plus a victory for gig economy workers at FWC, the death of Windows 10X, Ethereum power cuts, and more.
I’m rusted onto WoW, but watching how well Elder Scrolls Online and Final Fantasy XIV are serving fans is making me jealous as hell.
Your favourite horses, vehicles, bees and gorms will heed your call in The Maw in patch 9.1, and flying will unlock via Covenant advancement.
The final boss of the next raid will be Sylvanas, and Blizzard it “is going to change the future of the Shadowlands”.
What changes about how you feel about a game when it shifts from being something you play for the gameplay? Is that when it’s truly a hobby?
The latest Byteside podcast features COVIDSafe spying audits, YouTube trying to win the music biz, and Shay on his Warcraft love.
Any delay is disappointing, but this one is an opportunity to properly explore the big changes we’re getting in the pre-patch.