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Comment Doom Alpha (Score 1) 351

I remember getting a copy of a DOOM Alpha.

None of the monsters moved, you could jump and crouch (it crashed if you were walking crouched backwards up stairs). It had an option in the menu to hi-color support (which didn't work - crash). But we were in awe of what it looked like, compared to say Wolf3D.

Submission + - Backwards Compatibility for Xbox One Launches Today but only 28% of Titles Boxed

SlappingOysters writes: What is old is new again today as backwards compatibility arrives on the Xbox One as part of a dashboard update. Finder has the full list of 104 launch games for the service, and has analysed the origins of these titles. The site has determined that of the 104 games, only 28% ever released in boxed form, and of the remaining downloadable Xbox Live games, 36% are remakes of titles from previous generations. The site has also identified 60 games that were on the marketing material for Xbox One backwards compatibility, but were not on the launch line-up.

Submission + - Supreme Court rejects appeal by Google over Street View data collection

An anonymous reader writes: The U.S. Supreme Court declined to throw out a class-action lawsuit against Google for sniffing Wi-Fi networks with its Street View cars. The justices left intact a federal appeals court ruling that the U.S. Wiretap Act protects the privacy of information on unencrypted in-home Wi-Fi networks. Several class-action lawsuits were filed against Google shortly after the company acknowledged that its Street View cars were accessing email, Web-surfing history and other data on unencrypted Wi-Fi networks. A Google spokesman said the company was disappointed that the Supreme Court had declined to hear the case.

Submission + - NOISE NOT WELCOME 1

David Muir Sharnoff writes: I reloaded /. today and it started playing an ad at me. Not cool. I like /. a lot but not enough to put up with unwanted audio.

Submission + - Really? UMB Now Requires Microsoft or Apple Products for online Banking?! (umb.com)

An anonymous reader writes: Just logged into UMB and got a new updated Online Banking Agreement which included (new items in italcs):
E-sign Consent

In order to access your Account(s) through online banking, you must agree to the terms and conditions outlined in this Agreement (which includes this E-sign Consent). You consent to receive the Agreement electronically, including any update or amendment to the Agreement that we make from time to time, by clicking on the “I Agree” button below.

In order to review the Agreement in electronic form, you will need a personal computer, tablet or other electronic device and the ability to download and print. Your computer must have an operating system from Microsoft or Apple that is generally supported in the marketplace by the software developer, and a browser of your selection supported by your operating system that can successfully access and interact with normal online banking functionality, including the ability to transmit and receive financial information through encryption software typically used in the banking industry. We currently support recent versions of the following browsers: Internet Explorer®, Mozilla Firefox®, Google ChromeTM and Safari®... Failure to accept will prevent your future access to Online Banking

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