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Intel interview covers Arc GPU fab various, XeSS backwards compatibility, and extra [Update: Rescheduled]
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In context: Japanese website ASCII.jp posted an interview with Intel today, covering various topics about its upcoming graphics hardware. This includes some new details about the company's Arc Alchemist graphics cards, like why it chose TSMC's foundry over its own. They also shed some new light on the compatibility range for Intel's new upscaling tech…
Madden NFL 21: The quest to originate a perpetual play
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TL;DR: The fine folks over at SB Nation’s Secret Base recently set out to see if they could create a perpetual play in Madden NFL 21 – that is, a single play that can be run indefinitely. I’ll go ahead and Tarantino this one for you – they weren’t successful, but the journey and what…
Interview finds Some distance Boom 6 ray tracing is PC-most productive, assorted PC and next-gen choices highlighted
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In brief: In a new interview, Ubisoft revealed that the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X versions of Far Cry 6 wouldn't feature ray tracing—it will be PC-only. Ubisoft also covered some other details about how the versions of the game will differ. Wccftech interviewed Ubisoft's 3D team lead programmer about the tech going into…
Fb says it has invested $13 billion on security and security over the previous five years
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In brief: Facebook for years has faced intense criticism about the way it moderates content on its social platforms. After a series of reports earlier this month about worrying internal research results that Facebook allegedly ignored for years, the company is trying to protect its image by providing some missing context. Earlier this month, a…
Apple reportedly researching ways for iPhone to visual show unit current psychological successfully being conditions alongside with despair
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In context: Apple has invested a lot into how it can use its technology for medical purposes. It already has a native sleep tracker for iOS that works in conjunction with sensors on the Apple Watch. It also partnered with AliveCor to manufacture a watch band that allows the watch to capture medical-grade EKGs, which…
Project Onda v2
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Home Tech Modding Gaming Forum Store Login Register All News Reviews Features Previews Guides Blogs Competitions Press Releases All Case Mod Mod of the month Project log Watercooling Written by bit-tech news September 21, 2021 | 14:00 Tags: #modding #pcmods #scratch-build Not happy with the first time around, Alessandro improves on his initial first 'prototype'…
Steam Next Fest scheduled for 1st to Seventh October
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September 21, 2021 | 11:00 Companies: #valve Valve's Steam has scheduled its latest multi-day celebration of upcoming games. The event, appropriately dubbed Steam Next Fest (previously known as 'The Steam Game Festival'), kicks off a week on Friday (1st October) and runs for a whole week.As we hurtle towards the holiday season it is a…
Psychonauts 2 Overview
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Price: £49.99 Developer: Double Fine Publisher: Microsoft Platforms: PC, PS5, Xbox Series X, PS4, Xbox One Version Reviewed: PC The original Psychonauts is one of the most charming and imaginative 3D platformers ever made, but it's also a game that rode said charm over some significant problems. For every level like the Milkman Conspiracy, a…
US unfairly focusing on Chinese language over industrial spying, says sage
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For years, civil rights groups have accused the US Department of Justice of racial profiling against scientists of Chinese descent. Today, a new report provides data that may quantify some of their claims.  The study, published by the Committee of 100, an association of prominent Chinese-American civic leaders, found that individuals of Chinese heritage were…
How these US colleges reopened without sparking a covid outbreak
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A version of this story was originally published at the COVID-19 Data Dispatch. It’s impossible to overstate how controversial school reopening has become in the US this past year. After a spring of universal Zoom school, opinions diverged: some administrators, parents, and scientists pushed to get kids back in classrooms, while others lobbied for covid…
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