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Bungie is planning another Iron Banner event by the end of the year which addresses players' feedback. Bungie will launch another Iron Banner event in Destiny by the end of the year that addresses feedback from players, the developer has announced. Destiny's competitive multiplayer normally balances the gap between higher and lower-level Guardians so they can play together, but the Iron Banner should have been different by taking players' levels into account. However, players quickly noticed that Guardian levels didn't seem to make as much as a difference as Bungie suggested. Bungie later explained that the largest advantage a player could have is around 7 levels. "In the next Iron Banner, we will debut a much more dramatic difference between players of wide variation in Level," Lead Designer Tyson Green said in the latest Bungie Weekly Update. Green also said that Bungie will detail the changes in an article of its own as soon as it settles on some of the numbers, but added that for the next Iron Banner, a Fireteam leader will need to be Level 20 to enter. Lower Level players may join in with a Level 20 "chaperone," but they will find it very challenging. Additionally, in order to discourage players from quitting a match if they feel that they're about to lose, in the next Iron Banner players will receive a Medallion of Iron on a loss. The next time they win, those Medallions will convert into a reputation gain almost equal to a win. The next Iron Banner will also add exclusive, Level 30 reward Armor, easier, more valuable Bounties, and adjustments to the event's reputation system. For more details about changes to the Iron Banner, head over to Bungie's website. Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
Xbox One's preview program now assigns users a level based on their participation. When it's not causing issues with its unfinished features (hey, it's QA testing), Xbox One's preview program can be rewarding in and of itself--you get to try out cool new features not yet available to the general public. Apparently not satisfied with that, Microsoft is trying to turn testing system updates into a sort of game by tracking your stats and offering points. Preview program members will now find a new My Stats section in the Preview Dashboard app. From there, you can check out how many points you've earned, which in turn contribute to your level. A leaderboard tracks your progress against that of your friends (or other users, if none of your friends get preview updates), similar to the new gamerscore leaderboard released in this week's Xbox One update. Points are earned by completing quests, rating updates, and participating in surveys and polls. Fortunately for those who have been in the preview program for some time, you'll retroactively earn points for all of your past contributions. More things are coming to the My Stats page "soon," according to Microsoft, which also says you can earn rewards by participating. The preview program launched back in February, offering "select" Xbox Live users the chance to help test in-development features. We've seen these users get a variety of updates ahead of time since then; aspects of the update that went live for everyone this week have been available to testers since August. Should you want to join in, you'll unfortunately need an invite from Microsoft. Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
Taylor Swift is in a "full body sweat" after releasing her new single. The 24-year-old musician collaborated with fun. guitarist Jack Antonoff to record Out of the Woods, which they made available on iTunes today. It shot straight to number one, and it seems Jack and Taylor are as excited as their fans. The Shake It Off singer posted a text conversation between herself and Jack, in which he admitted to "literally" running into two walls while walking his dog with Lena Dunham, Lamby, because he couldn't stop looking at his phone. "I am in a full body sweat," came Taylor's reply. "Clearly, we are very nonchalant about the whole thing. #whereismyCHILL #outofthewoods (sic)," she captioned the screen grab. In a recent YouTube video, the blonde singer spoke about the lyrics to the tune. She's known for writing about love and relationships and this song is no different, with speculation it could be about her brief fling with One Direction's Harry Styles. "This was a relationship where I was kind of living day to day," she explained. "It was a relationship where you kind of never feel like you're standing on solid ground." Jack's girlfriend Lena is a close friend of Taylor's and it seems she couldn't be prouder of their success. She uploaded a snap of the first time the pair worked together on Instagram and also took to Twitter to share her delight. "Oh um excuse me @taylorswift13 & @jackantonoff put a song out like 11 minutes ago and it's already #1 on iTunes (sic)," she proudly told her followers. Out of the Woods is the second single taken from Taylor's upcoming album 1989, which is out on October 27. Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
Australian character actor Joel Edgerton has made a real name for himself in the States over these past few years, starting with his performance in the Australian crime drama/thriller Animal Kingdom. Edgerton recently wrote the story for The Rover â€“ Guy Pearceâ€™s post-apocalyptic crime/drama that released in theaters earlier this year â€“ and he penned the script for another Australian film project: Felony, the upcoming cops/crime morality tale, which also features Edgerton as the headliner. Felony, as the above trailer illustrates, revolves around Malcolm Toohey (Edgerton), a detective whoâ€™d recently been celebrated for his heroism, when he accidentally hits an under-age bicyclist with his car â€“ leaving its young rider in a coma â€“ and does not confess to the act. Malcolm thereafter finds himself being investigated by one detective, even as another one does his best to make sure the evidence cannot be traced back to the publicly-respected Malcolm. Question is, just how far will these three men go, in order to either hide or expose the truth? Edgertonâ€™s costars in Felony include Jai Courtney (A Good Day to Die Hard), Tom Wilkinson (Belle), and Melissa George (The Good Wife), while the movie was directed by Matthew Saville â€“ whose previous work includes the feature Noise as well as the TV series Please Like Me. Felony has been touring the film festival circuit over the past year, beginning with the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival. The Australian production has thus far been generally well-received - as indicated by the critical excerpts in the trailer â€“ having been praised by the likes of Varietyâ€˜s Ronnie Scheib for being a â€œstylish psychological thriller,â€ while The Australianâ€˜s Stephen Romei calls it another â€œsmart, sophisticatedâ€ addition to the recent slate of Australian crime genre films. Edgertonâ€™s next major tentpole appearance will be in director Ridley Scottâ€™s Exodus: Gods and Kings, where he plays Mosesâ€™ adopted brother, Rhamses. However, it sounds as though Felony is a strong showcase for not just Edgertonâ€™s acting prowess, but also his abilities as a storyteller behind the camera. Next up, Edgerton the feature-length film director? Felony will be available for viewing on iTunes starting September 16th, 2014, before it begins a limited U.S. theatrical release a month later on October 17th. http://screenrant.com/felony-trailer-joel-edgerton/
Researchers at Delft University of Technology have released the first public test of their anonymous BitTorrent client. With the new Tribler release users can share files more securely, without exposing their IP-address to the rest of the world. boxedThe Tribler client has been around for more nearly a decade already, and during that time itâ€™s developed into the only truly decentralized BitTorrent client out there. Even if all torrent sites were shut down today, Tribler users would still be able to find and add new content. But the researchers want more. One of the key problems with BitTorrent is the lack of anonymity. Without a VPN or proxy all downloads can easily be traced back to an individual internet connection. The Tribler team hopes to fix this problem with a built-in Tor network, routing all data through a series of peers. In essence, Tribler users then become their own Tor network helping each other to hide their IP-addresses through encrypted proxies. â€œThe Tribler anonymity feature aims to make strong encryption and authentication the Internet default,â€ Tribler leader Dr. Pouwelse tells TF. For now the researchers have settled for three proxies between the senders of the data and the recipient. This minimizes the risk of being monitored by a rogue peer and significantly improves privacy. â€œAdding three layers of proxies gives you more privacy. Three layers of protection make it difficult to trace you. Proxies no longer need to be fully trusted. A single bad proxy can not see exactly what is going on,â€ the Tribler team explains. â€œThe first proxy layer encrypts the data for you and each next proxy adds another layer of encryption. You are the only one who can decrypt these three layers correctly. Tribler uses three proxy layers to make sure bad proxies that are spying on people can do little damage.â€ Triblerâ€™s encrypted Tor routing wtvTMix Today Tribler opens up its technology to the public for the first time. The Tor network is fully functional but for now it is limited to a 50 MB test file. This will allow the developers to make some improvements before the final release goes out next month. There has been an increased interest in encryption technologies lately. The Tribler team invites interested developers to help them improve their work, which is available on Github. â€œWe hope all developers will unite inside a single project to defeat the forces that have destroyed the Internet essence. We really donâ€™t need a hundred more single-person projects on â€˜secureâ€™ chat applications that still fully expose who you talk to,â€ Pouwelse says. For users the Tor like security means an increase in bandwidth usage. After all, they themselves also become proxies who have to pass on the transfers of other users. According to the researchers this shouldnâ€™t result in any slowdowns though, as long as people are willing to share. â€œTribler has always been for social and sharing people. Like private tracker communities with plenty of bandwidth to go around we think we can offer anonymity without slow downs, if we can incentivize people to leave their computers on overnight and donate,â€ Pouwelse says. â€œPeople who share will have superior anonymous speeds,â€ he adds. Those interested in testing Triblerâ€™s anonymity feature can download the latest version. Bandwidth statistics are also available. Please bear in mind that only the test file can be transferred securely at the moment. http://torrentfreak.com/tribler-makes-bittorrent-client-anonymous-built-tor-network-140902/
The latest stable version of the popular BitTorrent client uTorrent has reinstated an advanced feature that allows users to disable a prominently displayed banner ad. The shortcut in the options menu is still absent, but those who know where to look can enjoy an ad-free experience once again. With roughly 150 million monthly users uTorrent is by far the most used BitTorrent client around. This dazzling number is a dream for most advertising agencies, but not all uTorrent users appreciate an ad-filled application. When the makers of uTorrent made the client ad-supported two years ago there was a small user revolt. As a result, parent company BitTorrent Inc. chose to make the ads optional. However, earlier this month the company appeared to have changed this position. Without public notice the banner position in the lower left corner was made permanent. The bottom left ad(s) Previously, users had the option to turn the ad off through the options dropdown menu but this option was removed. The advanced setting that allowed users to disable the banner ad disappeared as well. Fast forward a couple of weeks and the uTorrent team now appears to have reconsidered its position. The latest stable release, which came out just before the weekend, reinstated the advanced setting. â€œAdded back: Feature gui_plus_upsell in advanced settings,â€ the changelog reads. BitTorrent Inc. hasnâ€™t commented publicly on the forced advertisement issue, but it seems plausible that the company reconsidered its earlier decision after users voiced their complaints. However, since the ad can only be disabled through the advanced settings, itâ€™s expected that most users will never turn it off anyway. In addition to the toolbars and other software bundled with uTorrent, ads are an important source of revenue for BitTorrent Inc. Last year the company said that uTorrent is good for five billion ad impressions a month. Judging from these numbers the revenue potential is enormous, as long as you donâ€™t alienate the users. Banner can be disabled now http://torrentfreak.com/utorrent-makes-advertisement-optional-again-140629/
This week a new version of uTorrent was released, one that is expected to disappoint a large subset of the clients' users. The latest release no longer includes a setting to disable the ad in the left corner of the app, an option that was made available in the client after a previous user revolt. utorrent-logo-newWith roughly 150 million monthly users uTorrent has a massive user base. This means that when drastic changes are implemented, they are bound to disappoint quite a few people. One of the biggest backlashes in recent history happened two years ago when BitTorrent Inc. announced its plan to make uTorrent ad-supported. This announcement led to a small user revolt. The people complaining were mostly annoyed that there was be no option to disable the ads. Luckily for them, BitTorrent Inc. listened to the feedback and quickly decided that users would indeed get a chance to opt-out. At the time BitTorrent Inc. CEO Eric Klinker said that the backlash made it clear that users should be given the choice. â€œWeâ€™ve long contemplated an opt-out mechanism for the new offers and advertisements we will be experimenting with. Given all thatâ€™s been said here, weâ€™ve decided to release the initial version with an opt-out mechanism, and we will provide them with ways to do so,â€ said BitTorrent CEO Eric Klinker. From that moment uTorrentâ€™s ads became optional, but turned on by default. Still, the company managed to generate billions of ad impressions per month. Five billion to be precise, according to information released last year. The optional advertisements were a situation most users could live with, but right before the weekend uTorrent pushed through an unexpected and unannounced change. The latest stable beta, version 3.4.2, no longer gives users the opportunity to opt out from the banner ad in the lower left corner. uTorrent with ads, there is no option to disable the bottom left ad utorrentads As can be seen below, the option â€œshow plus informationâ€ has been removed from the context menu. In addition the advanced setting â€œgui.show_plus_upsell,â€ which had the same functionality, has disappeared as well. uTorrent stable 3.4.1 vs. 3.4.2 utorrentoptions At this point itâ€™s unclear why BitTorrent Inc. removed the opt-out. The change is not documented in the release notes, but several users were quick to pick it up and began asking questions. The uTorrent development team hasnâ€™t responded to the comments yet. Some users are nonetheless quick to draw their conclusions, much like two years ago. â€œJust like the coming of the video killing the radio star, ads will kill uTorrentâ€™s popularity,â€ one user comments in the forums. While there is no longer an option to hide the uTorrent Plus house ad, people can prevent other ads from showing up there by going into the advanced settings. Setting offers.left_rail_offer_enabled to false should restrict the ads to the uTorrent Plus upsell. There is no denying that the advertisements, in addition to the toolbars and other software thatâ€™s bundled with uTorrent, generate the majority of the revenue for BitTorrent Inc. Perhaps this latest change is an attempt to increase the revenue coming from the banner ads, which eventually goes to paying the companyâ€™s bills. Whether this will be a wise decision in the long run remains to be seen. Source:TorrentFreak.com