Is Kingdom Hearts an unlikely success, or is it actually the biggest sure thing in this generation of videogames? To be sure, this is a game that succeeds in spite of its flaws. It succeeds in spite... More > of some of the biggest flaws that a game has ever succeeded in spite of.
It has a 3D camera that has to be seen to be believed, and a difficulty level tilted well beyond what players are probably expecting from what has been pegged as a "kid's game." There are times when even dedicated gamers and RPG fans will grow quite painfully frustrated, and that's even before getting to the really nasty bits.
But what a wealth of character this game has! Designs new and are brought to life by brilliant 3D modeling and animation, creating perhaps the most effective rendition of a cartoon world on a console, and while there's plenty of lighthearted humor in evidence, the subject matter is often pitched at quite a serious level.< Less
"On Cyberwarfare" attempts to fill a gap of knowledge in literature which tends to lean towards either inaccessible, highly technical writing or overly broad, generally unhelpful... More > theoretical writing.
This book focuses on melding together over a decade of military experience and innovative ideas to trailblaze the future of cyberwarfare. Topics include applications of technology ranging from conventional (such as Psychological Operations and upgrading conventional units) to unconventional operations (Special Warfare and Anti-Guerrilla) along with advocating a new Cyber Command and a forecast of future concerns.< Less
NEW YORK (Reuters) - A New York businessman must face criminal fraud charges for trying to claim a billion-dollar stake in social media company Facebook Inc, a federal judge ruled on Friday.
Paul... More > Ceglia, 40, is accused of forging a 2003 contract with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg that supposedly entitled him to part ownership of the company.
After an hour-long hearing in New York, U.S. District Judge Andrew Carter rejected Ceglia's request to throw out the charges, finding he had failed to meet the "high standard" needed to dismiss a grand jury indictment.< Less