Destiny 2 players are trying to solve a new mystery in the Corridors of Time

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Destiny 2 players are trying to solve a new mystery in the Corridors of Time

Something is happening in Destiny 2's "Corridors of Time," the monochromatic maze-like mashup of time and space that's occasionally accessible through Osiris's Sundial. It's not clear exactly what's going on, but as detailed in this Reddit threadover at r/raidsecrets, players can now acquire a quest to explore the area, through which you can gain access to a secret room and a "mysterious thing." There's also new lore cards to unlock and a bunch of symbols on the floor in a hexagonal pattern on the floor.

The Coma 2: Vicious Sisters is a Korean horror adventure about high school and demons

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The Coma 2: Vicious Sisters is a Korean horror adventure about high school and demons

The Coma: Recut is a remastered version of a Korean indie horror adventure about a student at Sehwa High who's being pursued by a relentless psycho killer. Running, hiding, and piecing together the mystery of this horrific high school are at the core of the experience, as are "poisonous tentacles and clawing shadows," because that's just the kind of game it is. It holds a "very positive" overall user rating on Steam, where it was released in 2017; you may have had the chance to try it through a key giveaway we did early last year.

Hundreds of millions of PCs still run Windows 7 as support comes to an end

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Hundreds of millions of PCs still run Windows 7 as support comes to an end

The day has finally come, Windows 7 users, to either bite the bullet and choose another operating system or roll the dice with an OS that, for the most part, will no longer receive security updates from Microsoft. After today, Windows 7 officially becomes a legacy OS, leaving hundreds of millions of users with a decision to make.

DRAM breakthrough puts us one step closer to instant-on PCs

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DRAM breakthrough puts us one step closer to instant-on PCs

After all these years, we are still not at the point where our PCs turn on instantaneously, or restore an active session in Windows. Waking from sleep or hibernation can take anywhere from a short while to what feels like an eternity, depending on the system. Part of the reason for is because of the PC's reliance on DRAM, and how it works. Good news though—researchers at the University of Lancaster in the UK have created a type of non-volatile memory that could one day make instant-on PCs a reality.

Doom Eternal has a new trailer, and it's very Doom

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Doom Eternal has a new trailer, and it's very Doom

Doom Eternal finally launches on March 20, and to ring in the new year Bethesda has issued a new trailer for the demon stomping shooter. As you'll see in the video embedded above, the modern sequel isn't tampering with the tried-and-true formula: there's a bit of narrative exposition, but the focus is very much on shooting at, and tearing through, hellish demons.

Western Digital shows off world’s first 8 TB 20 Gbps portable SSD at CES 2020

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Western Digital shows off world’s first 8 TB 20 Gbps portable SSD at CES 2020

Western Digital brought a ton of goodies to Vegas this year, including an incredibly fast portable SSD. This pocket-sized SanDisk prototype delivers 20 Gbps transfer speeds and 8 TB of storage. This is pretty intense considering some of the best portable SSDs out there are just breaking 500 Mbps. The prototype’s speed is made possible through a USB SuperSpeed interface, better known as USB 3.2. No word on when (or if) we’ll see this particular unit go up for sale, but an interesting look at what’s possible.