Microsoft's new Xbox app lets you stream Xbox One games to your iPhone or iPad
  • Microsoft’s Xbox app update for iOS and iPadOS is now live, allowing Xbox One owners to stream games to their devices. A new Xbox app is available in the App Store that includes a remote play feature, which lets Xbox One console owners stream their games to an iPhone or iPad.
  • Remote play is different to Microsoft’s xCloud service, which streams games directly from servers instead of your own Xbox One console.
  • This Xbox remote play feature will only connect to your own Xbox console, not to xCloud. It’s similar to Sony’s own PS4 Remote Play feature that’s also available on Android and iOS.

October 15th

With nowhere to go, teens flock to Among us

When an indie game company created Among Us in 2018, it was greeted with little fanfare. The multiplayer game remained under the radar as many games do — until the summer of the pandemic.

Among Us is a multiplayer game where between four and 10 players are dropped onto an alien spaceship. Each player is designated a private role as a “crewmate” or “impostor.”

Among Us is very different than other highly social video games like Fortnite, for instance. It’s more similar to a board game like Monopoly, or a party game like Werewolf, where players need to read personalities and determine if they’re being lied to in order to win. The large… Show more

October 9th

PS5 has faster Wi-Fi and USB ports than Xbox Series X

The teardown video gave us our first look at the inside of the console, and it also gave us some more hard numbers about its Wi-Fi and USB support. As spotted by , the teardown confirms a few new hardware details about PS5.

October 2nd

Cisco acquires PortShift to raise its game in DevOps and Kubernetes security
  • Cisco is making another acquisition to expand its reach in security solutions, this time specifically targeting DevOps and the world of container management. It is acquiring PortShift, an Israeli startup that has built a Kubernetes-native security platform.
  • Terms of the deal were not disclosed but Israeli publication Globes reported later on the day of the deal that it was for $100 million.
  • PortShift had raised about $5.3 million from Team8, an incubator and backer of security startups in Israel founded by a group of cybersecurity vets. Cisco, along with Microsoft and Walmart, are among the large corporates that back Team8.
Vilma Mattila

The Israel military Innovation initiatives will become our default security infrastructure protocols over years. Amazing job #startupnation