Alzheimer’s disease is where the memories of the person is slowly destroyed over time along with other important mental functions, and while a cure for the disease is still being worked on, Samsung hopes to do its part by trying to slow its side effects down by as much as possible through a smartphone app. Read full post →Samsung Helps Develop App That Slows Down Alzheimer’s Side Effects
Last week Valve announced that modders will be able to start selling their mods on Steam and price it any way they see fit. It seemed like a good idea as it helps to consolidate the mods into a single location and help make developers some money for their efforts as well. However there was a copyright issue that was raised that resulted in one mod being voluntarily removed, which led to the question of how will Valve deal with such instances in the future.
In fact some gamers weren’t too happy with the idea of such mods in the first place and believed that gamers who are appreciative should just donate money instead of being forced to pay for it. So as it stands, the community does seem a bit divided on the whole issue. That being said Valve’s Gabe Newell recently took to Reddit where he addressed some of the concerns gamers had about the idea of paid-for mods. Read full post →Valve Will Pull Paid-For Mods If They’re Bad For The Community