Hearthstone Midweek Reveal Roundup

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There has been no slowing the rate at which we have been getting the new Hearthstone[Free] expansion, the Witchwood, card reveals and there is a lot of speculation brewing over the new possibilities these cards will be bringing to the meta game. We’ve been wondering how they will all rank with the pre-existing in-game collection. Once again we’ve hand picked a few that really have some tremendous potential and will probably be the cause of joy or despair depending on which side of the table you’ll be on when they enter play later this month.


Toxmonger

There are not many one cost Charge or Rush minions, but they exist. There are also Taunt/Divine Shield minions that will pair very well with this card. While this may not necessarily revive quest Hunter, it stands to add some punch to various viable Hunter decks.


Duskfallen Aviana

From the land of the high cost high impact cards comes a card that might very well be the strongest removal magnet in the game. Druids have some amazing high cost cards. Ultimate Infestation might be the first card on your mind, but a late game combo of Medivh into the Infestation could prove even more devastating by getting an immediate trigger from Atiesh, a 7/7 and a 5/5 all in one turn. Add one more level of ridiculous with a Kun right after the Medivh and you have a very stifling combo.


Chameleos

This isn’t necessarily a super powerful card stat-wise, but getting a peek at your opponent’s hand one card per round is a little gross. This reminds me of the steal everything gimmick Priests of old where you would just take everything your opponent had, whether if it was in hand or on the table. While this does less to directly mess with the person across the board, it sure does feel cheeky (maybe even a mite cheaty) just like the old days.


Rat Trap

A 2 mana 6/6 beast seems ridiculous and thats because it is. Even if people know to play around this card and it never gets triggered as a secret, you could argue that a 2 mana spell that limits your opponent to only playing 2 cards a round is just as if not more powerful. I cannot see this card not seeing play in most competitive Hunter decks.


Holy Water

This is another nod to the Steal Everything Priest. Is it coming back for real? This just seems like a great card in general that will actually be able to combo with things unlike Mind Control. For a game with Rogues as a primary class, the Priests sure do seem to like to borrow a lot from their opponents.


Dollmaster Dorian

If any card is responsible for the return of Zoo decks, it’s going to be this guy. Any time a card like this gets announced I feel a visceral reaction of looking for a Polymorph or a Hex because it is such a force multiplier for any deck that has minions with strong passive effects. Just imagine this in a Murloc deck. I wouldn’t mind free 1/1 Warleaders =)

Did any other cards jump out at you last week? We’re liking a lot of what the Witchwood is bringing to the table and introducing to the Hearthstone environment. While not every card is destined for greatness, the lower impact cards are really cool too and you can check them out at the main Hearthstone site or come chat about them in our discord. Thanks once again to Hearthpwn.com for being a great Hearthstone resource.

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Military documents reveal how the US Army plans to deploy AI in future wars

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Tomorrow’s wars will be fought with a lethal combination of soldiers, drones, and AI-powered systems. The Internet of Battle Things, as it’s being called, is a vast battlefield network of machines and humans — and the US Army is working to make it a reality. In what reads like a list of kill-streak perks in a Call of Duty game, the Army described what the “things” in its “Internet of Battle Things” would be in a just-released white paper: Most of such intelligent things will not be too dissimilar from the systems we see on today’s battlefield, such as unattended ground sensors,…

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Moto G6 and G6 Play pegged for mid-May US availability, FCC details reveal specs for Z3 Play

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If you’re champing at the bit to know when the Moto G6 and G6 Play will be available, it’s looking like mid-May is a good bet — at least in the US. Someone at American retailer Fry’s Electronics appeared to pull the trigger a little early by posting the G6 and G6 Play (no G6 Plus) on its website for pre-orders. Those pages have since been pulled down, but we saved them for posterity.

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[Update: New info on device] Facebook delays smart speaker reveal due to heightened privacy concerns

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Facebook has decided to delay the unveiling of a new line of smart speakers “in part because the public is currently so outraged about the social network’s data-privacy practices,” sources tell Bloomberg. The home devices were apparently planned to debut at Facebook’s developer conference in May, well ahead of their scheduled fall release date.

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Westworld’s hosts just took over HBO to reveal a new trailer is coming tomorrow

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The second season of HBO’s Westworld will premiere on April 22nd, which means it’s time for a new trailer — and this afternoon, the network announced one was coming in an unorthodox fashion. At 8PM ET / 5PM PT, the feeds for all HBO and Cinemax channels “glitched out” simultaneously, airing a brief teaser clip with footage from the upcoming episodes, while promising that the full trailer will arrive on Thursday, March 29th, at 11AM ET / 8AM PT.

The clip is short, interspersed with digital noise and lines of computer code that will undoubtedly soon be analyzed by the show’s rabid Reddit fanbase. But the footage itself is intriguing. There are glimpses of heavily armed security forces, presumably from Delos, Inc., landing on a mysterious…

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Facebook delays smart speaker reveal due to heightened privacy concerns

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Facebook has decided to delay the unveiling of a new line of smart speakers “in part because the public is currently so outraged about the social network’s data-privacy practices,” sources tell Bloomberg. The home devices were apparently planned to debut at Facebook’s developer conference in May, well ahead of their scheduled fall release date.

News of the decision to delay closely follows the breaking of the Cambridge Analytica scandal, in which it was found that that company gathered and stored the personal data of some 50 million Facebook users without their consent.

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Facebook said to postpone smart speaker reveal as data scandal continues

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As public outrage over Facebook’s data collection policies continues to swirl, the company has decided to delay the announcement of its upcoming smart speakers, according to a Bloomberg report. The devices were said to have been set for an unveiling at Facebook’s F8 developer conference in May, but as Bloomberg puts it, “now may be the wrong time” to ask people to trust the company with even more personal information by placing always-listening microphones in their homes.

Bloomberg reported details of the products last August. They’re said to include a video-focused device codenamed Aloha (and possibly called Portal) with a laptop-sized touchscreen, along with a standalone speaker that would sell for a lower price. Both reportedly use a…

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macOS High Sierra bug can reveal passwords in plaintext, but recent release unaffected

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Apple’s latest major Mac operating system, macOS High Sierra, has seen more than its fair share of bugs. These aren’t minor bugs, either. Previously, there was a bug that allowed any user root access to your Mac because the system accepted a blank password attempt.

Yet another security bug has been found in the operating system that allows users to access the passwords to encrypted APFS external drives.

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4 New Patents Reveal Secrets About Apple’s Self-Driving Car Tech

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The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has recently published a number of filings related to Apple’s self-driving car initiatives — and they reveal some interesting developments. These recently published patents (which were all filed for in September 2017) might hint at Apple’s future plans for autonomous vehicles, or even the systems that its currently testing […]
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LG may be developing microLED screens for smartphones, trademark filings reveal

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LG has filed the necessary paperwork for three new trademarks in the EU, and all of these are about marketing microLED displays. The trademarks the company wants to own are XµLED, SµLED, and XLµLED. If LG is granted these and actually plans on using them in shipping products, we’re not sure how well they will be received – it’s a bit weird to go with “µLED” instead of “microLED”, that might result in people having issues with reading the names. Anyway, according to the filings, these trademarks are primarily for “mobile phones, smart phones”. So far we’ve seen a huge microLED TV…

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