In an industry worth over an estimated hundred billion US dollars, gaming is not just big business for developers and manufacturers, but for cybercriminals too. Steam Stealer is a constantly evolving breed of malware that is responsible for hijacking the user accounts of the popular gaming platform, Steam.
The Air Canada Centre was brimming with energy and athleticism, with thousands of sports fans cheering for their favorite NBA superstars as they entered the stadium with much grit. One of the fans is Filipino Dan Nuguid who has flown for over half a day from Manila to Toronto to see the NBA games live, up-close and personal — with all the sweat, tears, and heat from the action-packed games that only an elusive few can experience.
As many actors are doing these days, Drew Barrymore is heading to television. The actress just signed on for Netflix’s “Santa Clara Diet,” which will have her starring opposite Timothy Olyphant.
Twitter users got on board “The Passion,” which ran its two-hour spectacle on Fox Palm Sunday, March 20. The show stared Jencarlos Canela as Jesus Christ, Trisha Yearwood as Mary, Seal as Pontius Pilate and Chris Daughtry as Judas. It was shot from New Orleans with Tyler Perry serving as its narrator.
CBS has unveiled a list of shows that will make up the 2016 summer TV season slate and the network is going to offer two new TV shows along with a returning favorite.
800px-Prison_Break_Cast”Prison Break” is going to be filled with familiar faces in the reboot as the cast is nearly complete. The details have been confirmed in a press release.
Oprah Winfrey is heading to scripted drama series. The TV icon and TV host is starring on “Greenleaf,” which she also produced at her OWN network.
Carrie Preston is going to star in her own TV show on ABC when “The Good Wife” bows out this season. The actress will headline “When We Rise” a series that features the gay rights movement and Gus Van Sant is set to direct the pilot.
New York – March 15, 2016 – AMC and Sony Pictures Television announced today the renewal of critically acclaimed drama “Better Call Saul” for a third season. The prequel to the award-winning series “Breaking Bad,” “Saul” will return with a ten-episode season, helmed by showrunners Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould. The series is executive produced by Gilligan, Gould, Mark Johnson (“Breaking Bad,” Diner, Rain Man), Melissa Bernstein (“Breaking Bad,” “Rectify,” “Halt and Catch Fire”) and “Breaking Bad” alum Thomas Schnauz.