Since you asked...
See, I interpreted that as happening in their heads. Still real in a very spiritual sense. If I remember right Abby isn’t even really in her body while under the effects of the yam.
I take it your submission was vetoed again?
Gizmodo traffic is soaring this morning because everyone’s calendar is free.
The mobile app still seems to work. At least, my Android smartphone is still showing all of my appointments, and I can add new ones.
I mean, Remote Play and PSNow are very different things—Remote Play is streaming from your own PS4 and is intended to be done locally, while PSNow is its own infrastructure that’s powered by THE CLOUD. xCloud is a response to PSNow. And today MS announced their own version of Remote Play.
I beta-tested Stadia late last year (it was called Project Stream at the time, I believe) with Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, and the image quality was pretty decent. I could see some artifacting, but nothing that ruined immersion. I got a free digital copy of AC:O in my UPlay account as a thank you, and I will say that…
For a commercial workstation it is very fairly priced. That’s all there is to it. If you think it’s overpriced, you’re not the market this is going after.
Oh cool, I found that guy!
I feel like this needs to be a note attached to every single one of these workplace harassment stories:
Everyone knows all great computers come in wooden cases.
Even before their acquisition of 20th Century Fox and full control of Hulu, Disney already had both the Marvel AND Air Bud Cinematic Universes. No one should have that much power.
Yup. They’ve got me.
Photos using a reference chart would have been nice to include, but comparing RAWs isn’t invalid in itself. With the dog photo, yeah you have to be careful to compare apples to apples in terms of where you’re looking in the photos, but it’s still a meaningful comparison in my eyes. Stick to just the areas that are…
Sony’s lack of a touch UI is frustrating but having trouble changing ISO is a bad example since it has a dedicated button literally right under your thumb. It’s the right position of the rear scroll dial. It’s also easily accessible by pressing the Fn button which gets you to a quick menu of sorts with commonly…
I can’t believe this whole thing doesn’t contain a single reference to Dicko’s favorite publication, NT News.