Jason David Frank, the MMA fighter best known as the Green and White Rangers from the original Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, is slated to make an appearance at a professional wrestling event. The December 9th event is titled “Christmas Chaos,” and is being promoted by WWE Hall-of-Famer Booker T’s Houston-based wrestling promotion, called Reality of Wrestling, or ROW. ROW is partnering with FITE TV to stream Christmas Chaos, which will be the promotion’s first pay-per-view event. Continue reading The Green/White Ranger To Make A Pro Wrestling Appearance For Booker T’s Promotion…
Should you discover on your Android device this morning that your favorite 3rd-party video player, ringtone app or storage manager has vanished, it’s okay; it was for your own good. This morning, Google removed a whopping 300 apps from the Play Store that allow the hijacking of your phone as part of a botnet’s distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks, while pretending to be legitimate programs. The botnet in question is called WireX, which was behind the DDoS attacks of many online content providers and delivery networks between August 2nd and 14th, while sometimes acting as ransomware (with the intention of demanding money from those inflicted).
Continue reading Google De-Lists 300 Apps (used for DDos Attacks) from the Android Play Store…
I played a bit of Brink back in the day, and I found it mixture of multiplayer gun-play with a single-player narrative very interesting and intriguing (mainly as I was selective and hesitant of what games I played online back then), along with its addition of parkour and its levels set on floating cities. If that sounds like something you’d want to try out, then I have great news for you: the Bethesda-published, Splash-Damage-developed game—originally released in 2011—is now free-to-play on Steam. The thing is, no one (outside of Bethesda and possibly Valve) knows why. Continue reading Bethesda’s Brink, Released in 2011, Is Now Free-To-Play
SUMMARY studio answered that question by unveiling its mostly-prefabricated concrete modular building system, after showing its Gomos#1 prototype and and displaying their method at the exhibition at the Venice Biennale. The project, located along a nation road in Vale de Cambra, Portugal, consists of several housing units and multi-functional service spaces, and the client’s demands were: fast, economical, and modifiable-over-time (depending on need) construction. This is based on the Gomos System, which is comprised of a series of singular reinforced prefabricated concrete modules (gomos) that simply join together, providing a fully livable living space in moments. Continue reading How Does A Design Firm Build a 1,000-Square-Meter Building in Only a Few Months?
In this video game-themed episode of PractitioNERD Documented, or “Doc’D”, host Montez McCrary will be discussing the stories behind the rise, the fall, and the lasting legacy of the Sega’s final video game console, the Sega Dreamcast.
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3) Jon’s PCWzrd13 [youtube.com/pcwzrd13] and Dreamcastic [youtube.com/DreamcasticChannel] YouTube Channels Continue reading The Sega Dreamcast – Doc’D #67
Sources with the Pro Wrestling Torch have recently and independently confirmed that former Ring of Honor World Heavywieght Champion and former Bullet Club member Adam Cole has signed with WWE and will be debuting in NXT. If you’re following this story, you’ll recall that it was PWInsider who first reported Cole’s signing, and, according to PWInsider, Cole is set to head over to the NXT’s home base, the WWE Performance Center, this week. Continue reading Adam Cole (BAY-BAY!!) Signs with WWE, Reports to NXT This Week…