All posts by Max Moeller

Blockchain/cryptocurrency and gaming journalist. I've been a gamer for as long as I could hold a controller. When not playing or creating gaming content I'm always out looking for a new spot to eat.


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Google Andy Rubin

Google Allegedly Paid Off Andy Rubin To Resign After Sexual Misconduct Claim

In 2014, Andy Rubin – the “father of Android” left technology giant, Google. Rubin was sent off on seemingly good terms. Larry Page, Chief Executive at the time, made a statement: “I want to wish Andy all the best with...

/ October 26, 2018 / 0 Comments
Assassin’s Creed Odyssey

Developing Assassin’s Creed Odyssey Didn’t Require Crunch Time

Red Dead Redemption 2 is upon us. While Rockstar’s latest has received rave reviews, the game suffered from some bad press the week before its release. Some rumors resurfaced about Rockstar’s supposed employee management. The higher-ups allegedly force workers to...

/ October 26, 2018 / 0 Comments
AirBnB Artificial Intelligence

AirBnB Reveals Its Expansion Into Artificial Intelligence

The popular online housing platform, Airbnb, has expanded into services such as touring, hiking, and all sorts of traveling events. While these offerings are fantastic for customers, the company is looking to improve on them even more. To do so, Airbnb...

/ October 25, 2018 / 0 Comments
XBOX Live

Microsoft Reveals Xbox Live Numbers and Revenue Are Up

While Microsoft’s Xbox One console is behind Sony’s PlayStation 4 regarding overall sales, the console has been performing well on its own merit, as reported by VentureBeat. According to Microsoft’s Q1 2019 fiscal quarterly report, the number of monthly active...

/ October 25, 2018 / 1 Comment
Tekken 7 Master Cup

Tekken 7 Tournament Suffers From Hardware Malfunction

Having been around since 2007, Japan’s MASTERCUP has long been one of the largest professional tournaments in franchise history. This year, 224 teams went to play Tekken 7, totaling 1,120 players, according to Kotaku. Ultimate Rematch Last year, competitor Team...

/ October 24, 2018 / 0 Comments
Ford Jelly Scooter

Ford Reveals New Electric Scooter Called Jelly

Electronic-powered devices are all the rage nowadays. While we’ve always had rechargeable batteries in phones, Tesla has one-upped that with commercial electronic vehicles. Now, the power alternative is moving to scooters. Big-Time Innovation On A Small Scale Enter Jelly, the...

/ October 24, 2018 / 0 Comments
Tesla

Tesla To End “Full Self-Driving” Promotion For Vehicles

Despite the companies’ desire to fulfill the “Full Self-Driving” option in its cars, Tesla will be removing the option from its orders section on their website. Founder Elon Musk commented on the decision via Twitter, stating that the option will...

/ October 23, 2018 / 0 Comments
Crysis Trilogy Backwards Compatibility

Big-Time Performance Boosts For Crysis Trilogy Backwards Compatibility

Last week, Microsoft revealed backward compatibility support for the popular Crysis trilogy from last-gen. While there aren’t any Xbox One X enhancements, the games are receiving solid performance boosts, as reported by Digital Foundry. Old Dogs, New Tricks The first...

/ October 23, 2018 / 0 Comments
Google Pixel 3

People Are Pointing Out Odd Changes In Google’s Pixel 3 Phone

Released on Thursday, October 18th, Google’s Pixel 3 mobile phone has been incredibly well received. Reviewers have praised the device’s camera and artificial intelligence add-ons to no end. However, the tech giant’s newest mobile outing seems to have changed more...

/ October 20, 2018 / 0 Comments
Gaming Magazines

GamesTM And GameMaster Magazines Are Ending For Good

Before the internet – and even during its rise – physical gaming magazines were the place to go for exciting news, interviews, and reviews on the industry. The rush of receiving and skimming through gorgeous booklet is unmatched to this...

/ October 20, 2018 / 0 Comments