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A new family of Android malware adds insult to injury by making users pay for the data-stealing application. Palo Alto Networks found three variants of the malware, which it calls Gunpoder, masquerading as emulator applications used to play Nintendo games. Antivirus engines are having trouble detecting Gunpoder’s malicious code since it is packaged with an […]

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One month ahead of the game’s release, Nintendo has unleashed its latest extensive Direct focused entirely on Mario Kart 8. Alongside the game’s release on May 30th, Nintendo will release a Mario Kart 8 Wii U Bundle, containing a Wii U Deluxe Set, red Mario Wii Wheel, Mario Wii Remote Plus and the game for […]

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Nintendo made history at E3 last year by forgoing a traditional press conference in favor of a pre-recorded Nintendo Direct broadcast. Although the lack of stage presence was purported to be a one-off, it appears that Nintendo will continue to move away from the established method of dissemination at E3 2014 with the newly branded Nintendo […]

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