Requiem Adds NVIDIA DLSS Technology and Ray Tracing

Asobo Studio and Focus Entertainment have partnered with NVIDIA to add NVIDIA RTX features to the game, a sequel to the critically acclaimed A Plague Tale: Innocence. On YouTube today at 9:00 AM, PT Focus Entertainment will unveil a brand new trailer for expanded gameplay, the game’s release date and more. Ultimate A Plague Tale: … Read more

Chris Bowen blames Morrison government for Snowy 2.0 delays

Federal Energy Secretary Chris Bowen has revealed that the Snowy 2.0 project is experiencing major delays – a blowout of nearly two years – and has criticized the former Morrison government for hiding the news from an energy market already in crisis. . In a post-election revelation to the new federal energy minister, Snowy Hydro’s … Read more

EU agreement requires USB-C to be standard device charging port now

In a move that could potentially affect Apple’s own Lightning port, European Union lawmakers have agreed to require all smartphone makers in Europe to make USB-C the default charging port for devices sold in the region. sold, according to reports. Reports say that after a decade of debating and pushing for a law that would … Read more

European Union rules: from 2024 all smartphones will need the same charger | ABC News – ABC News (Australia)

European Union rules: from 2024 all smartphones will need the same charger | ABC newsABC News (Australia) The Most Annoying End of Apple’s Featurenews.com.au One plug for all: Apple may be forced to use USB-C to charge phones and devicesSydney Morning Herald Apple forced to make changes to chargers as EU requires one common way … Read more

Human road building mania threatens apex predators

Tigers and leopards are among the ten apex predators most threatened by the world’s obsession with road building, Jeffrey Dunnink writes. DESIGNED FOR SPEED and Efficiency, around the world are effectively weighing the killing of wildlife whose futures are intrinsically linked to the future of the planet: apex predators, those species including big cats like … Read more

Sony to boost PlayStation 5 production, add more games

Sony Group Corp said at an investor briefing that the company plans to ramp up production of the PS5 (Playstation 5) console to boost sales. Pressure on supply chains and low parts availability meant that PS5 undersold its predecessor PS4. PS5 hit the market in November 2020. The console is expected to close the gap … Read more

How visionary scientist Bernie Fanaroff put African astronomy on the map

Astronomy on the African continent has experienced remarkable growth in recent decades. Africa enjoys pristine dark skies and vast radio-silent zones, making it the ideal home for many advanced telescopes trained across our galaxy and beyond. For example, Namibia is home to the High Energy Spectroscopic System (HESS), an impressive gamma-ray telescope. The Southern African … Read more

Researchers reveal large infrared breakthroughs could lead to solar energy at night

Parkville [Australia]May 18 (ANI): Researchers have developed a device based on a technique similar to night vision goggles that can generate electricity from thermal radiation. The research findings have been published in the journal “ACS Photonics” of ARC Center of Excellence in Exciton Science. The sun’s vast energy could soon be harnessed in the dark … Read more

4 Reasons The Morrison Government’s Forestry Consumption Is Bad Policy

This federal election campaign has entailed very few discussions of environmental or natural resource policies other than mining. An exception is an A$220 million commitment from the Morrison government to the forestry industry. The money will be invested in new wood processing technology and forest product research, and used to expand 11 so-called “regional forestry … Read more

4 Reasons The Morrison Government’s Forestry Consumption Is Bad Policy

This federal election campaign has entailed very few discussions of environmental or natural resource policies other than mining. An exception is an A$220 million commitment from the Morrison government to the forestry industry. The money will be invested in new wood processing technology and forest product research, and used to expand 11 so-called “regional forestry … Read more