Monthly Archives: March 2021

  • China's answer to YouTube slumps on market debut

    Shares of Bilibili opened 2.2% below their issue price before slipping further in early trade Go to Source
  • Dad Life OG Gamers Assemble! Lawn Mowing Simulator Is Coming To Steam And It's The Real Deal

    It seems there are simulator games for just about anything you can think of, such as Granny Simulator, Thief Simulator, and even a PC building simulator. Now, teams from Dovetail Games, Curve Digital, and Skyhook Games are bringing what could be the hottest simulator game this summer: Lawn Mowing Simulator...
  • Preparing for enterprise-class containerisation

    Despite the option to move essentially ephemeral computing resources and data between public, private and hybrid clouds, there is still an all-encompassing push to deploy unmodified monolithic applications in virtual machines (VMs) running on public cloud infrastructure. However, it is more efficient to break down an application into functional blocks...
  • AI: Ghost workers demand to be seen and heard

    Workers who label content and help computers understand language want their own voices to be heard. Go to Source
  • Body-editing apps on TikTok ‘trigger eating disorders’

    “The apps make me thinner and curvier than my body, even if I trained all the time, could ever be. They eliminate my pores in a way that’s not even possible in nature. They create a ‘me’ that is, quite simply, unachievable - and they do it all with a...
  • How To Get A Mustang In Rocket League’s NASCAR And F1 April 7th Update

    Rev your engines and get ready for what Rocket League developer Psyonix calls the most “high-octane season yet.” April 7th is when Season 3 kicks off, but players will get their hands on NASCAR and Formula 1 cars for Rocket League’s tribute to auto racing starting in May. Shown off...
  • Intel Docs Confirm 13th Gen Raptor Lake-S CPUs Closely Aligned With Alder Lake

    Just over two weeks ago, we got our first look at what was assumed to be Intel's future 13th generation Raptor Lake-S processor family. An alleged roadmap leaked, showing Raptor Lake arriving in 2022 after Intel's 12th generation Alder Lake-S family. Today, we're getting official confirmation from Intel courtesy of its support website...
  • U.S. Wireless Carriers Finally Plug This Rampant SMS Hijacking Security Exploit

    Cell phones are a necessity in day-to-day life, allowing communications and access to numerous websites and accounts. Thus, losing access to a phone or text messages could be as bad, if not worse, than losing a credit card. Even more concerning would be if a hacker could intercept texts without...
  • Alleged GeForce RTX 3050 Mobile GPU Could Bring Ray-Traced Gaming To Budget Laptops

    Armed with unlimited funds, we would all opt for the fastest hardware available, cost be damned. Money does not actually grow on trees (not directly), however, hence the need for cheaper options. NVIDIA's upcoming GeForce RTX 3050 mobile GPU will help fill that need, and if recently leaked specifications are...
  • Can't Answer Calls? Google's Android Phone Dialer May Be Broken But Here's A Possible Fix

    If you're using Google's official phone calling app -- and that probably means most of you Android users out there -- there's a rather alarming and potentially dangerous bug that users are reporting. The Phone app is an essential piece of software on your Android smartphone, as it handles incoming/outgoing calls, gives...

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