from Annie Siebert
The freemium marketing approach has become commonplace among B2C and B2B software providers alike. Considering that most see fewer than 5% of free users move to paid plans, even a slight improvement in conversion can translate to [...]
from ExtremeTech Staff
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User-expandable, customizable laptops have been a holy grail of computing for a long time, but they've remained more fiction than reality. Intel's NUC laptop line offers some limited customization, but concepts like I/O flexibility have remained just that — concepts. A new startup named Framework argues it can change the entire playing field for mobile computing and launch an entirely new port ecosystem with its new Framework Laptop.
Earlier this week, news broke that saddened the hearts of at least a few dozen people: The moderately-awaited overhaul to BioWare's Anthem, dubbed Anthem Next, will not be released. Now, we've got fresh BioWare news that manages to be both positive and somewhat alarming. EA will “allow” the Dragon Age 4 development team to remove multiplayer from the game.
If you're scratching your head trying to remember all those delightful online adventures you had in Dragon Age: Origins, Dragon Age 2, and Dragon Age Inquisition, it's not just you. Dragon Age has historically been a single-player series, though Inquisition did feature [...]
CDPR has already announced that its upcoming major February patch for Cyberpunk 2077 would be pushed back some weeks as a result of the ransomware attack the company has suffered, but it didn't give a firm reason why. Cynics might have wondered if this delay had anything to do with the actual hack itself. Gabe Newell once delayed Half-Life 2 by a year after a hacker stole source code, only to later admit he'd used the hack as an excuse for the delay he was going to have to announce no matter what.
The good news is, CD Projekt Red doesn't [...]