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Red Sox reportedly cheated with a Fitbit, not an Apple Watch

Reports that the Boston Red Sox cheated in games with an Apple Watch may have been slightly off the mark. A source speaking to Boston Globe baseball writer Nick Cafardo claims that the team used a Fitbit device, not Apple's smartwatch. It's not cer…

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‘PUBG’ has banned over 150,000 cheaters since March

PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds has become incredibly popular in the few months it has been available on Steam Early Access. In August, it overtook Dota 2 as the game with the most simultaneous players and by the start of this month it had sold over 10…


One woman’s epic twitter thread has it all: A cheating boyfriend, stone cold revenge, and gifs aplenty


It all began with a single, intriguing tweet. 

On Sunday, Twitter user @AyanaTheDIVA posted something about figuring out her boyfriend had been cheating on her after a coworker showed her his Instagram page on her phone. She paired it with a very apt Beyonce gif.

When a girl wants to show you a picture of her fine nigga in her phone and she starts pullin up YOUR mans IG page 🙃

— IG: AYANATHEDIVA (@AyanaTheDIVA) September 10, 2017

What followed next was an epic thread, filled with betrayal and suspense. 

Ayana begins by explaining that she’d just started a new job at a restaurant and right away had clicked with a fellow server. In talking about some of their customers, it becomes clear the two women have similar taste in guys. But little did they know just how similar…. Read more…

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Red Sox reportedly used Apple Watch to steal Yankees’ signals

The Cardinals aren't the only Major League Baseball team accused of using technological cheats. According to the New York Times, the league has determined that the Boston Red Sox cheated in numerous games against the New York Yankees (who filed a com…


The Red Sox used an Apple Watch to steal signs from the Yankees

 Here’s another innovative use case Apple can mention when they  announce the next Apple Watch: The device has reportedly played a key role in a baseball sign stealing scheme run by the Boston Red Sox. According to The New York Times, the MLB has determined that the first-place Red Sox stole hand signals from opponent’s catchers during a recent Yankees series and possibly during… Read More

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VW engineer sentenced to 40 months in prison for emissions cheating

Former Volkswagen engineer James Liang is taking the fall for his employers sins. Liang has been sentenced to 40 months in federal prison, and has been ordered to pay a $200,000 fine for his part in the German automaker's deception about diesel emiss…


‘Stashing’ is the newest way to get screwed over in love


Feel like your new romance features a little bit too much alone time? You might have been stashed.

What now? Meet “stashing,” the newest relationship term to strike fear into our hearts. We’ve already been victims of “kittenfishing,” “breadcrumbing,” “gatsybying,” “haunting,” and, of course, the ubiquitous “ghosting.” And now we’ve got this to worry about.

Stashing, as the Metro reports, is that thing where you’re in a new relationship and everything seems great, except for one thing — you’ve never met any of your new love’s friends or family.  Read more…

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Blizzard is increasing ‘Overwatch’ penalties for bad behavior

Blizzard is doubling down on its punishments for nefarious Overwatch players. Aside from the permabans in place for cheaters, the developer will also penalize anyone who abuses, harasses, spams, or griefs others. Players in violation of the rules wil…

This new anti-cheat measure comes less than a month after players discovered that Niantic was preventing rarer Pokémon from showing up for players using third-party software. Niantic didn't announce that specific anti-cheat measure, though it did confirm that cheaters could see their games impacted in negative ways.

The latest anti-cheat measure comes just a couple days after Niantic announced a large update to the game, including new cooperative raid bosses and a revamped gym system. It seems that Niantic wants to make the game as fair as possible ahead of its new content. Read more...

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