As if bringing Splinter Cell to VR wasn't enough, it looks like Ubisoft is committing to working on multiplayer options for the upcoming game. Road to VR spotted the job posting for the Ubisoft Düsseldorf, Germany office, and it paints a pretty clear picture of what to expect from the Oculus VR-exclusive return to the Splinter Cell universe, which was announced back in September alongside the Oculus Quest 2. … [Read more...] about It looks like Splinter Cell VR is going to have a multiplayer mode
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What we know so farApart from the new leaks, it's safe to assume that the Note 20 series will likely consist of multiple versions. Based on Samsung's approach with the Galaxy S20 series, we can expect a regular Note 20, a slightly larger Note 20 Plus and a Note 20 Ultra. … [Read more...] about Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra leak shows hands-on images that look like the real deal
That isn’t to say it’s impossible. Lego has a page listing some of the Ideas that you can buy today. The list includes the truly awesome 1969-piece Saturn V rocket, and we’ve written about a Doctor Who set that started out as an Idea. Space ideas really seem to speak to Lego, as nearly a quarter of the sets produced (if you count WALL-E and Doctor Who) have been space-themed. This includes a Women of NASA kit and a recreation of the International Space Station. Maybe that’s a good sign, since Metroid is set in space? … [Read more...] about Metroid looks amazing in Lego — and could become real if you vote
Jio, as a telecom infrastructure player, has both the heft and heave to become a major international name. It is building up its telecom infrastructure slowly but surely. It has practically conquered the Indian market. Some of the marquee investment funds have put their money in it. It just needs a nudge or two to get global momentum. … [Read more...] about Can Jio grow to global dominance like Chinese companies did?
Take the all-too-familiar promotional message informing you that the product you are browsing has limited availability – an easy process that can be performed by an algorithm that calculates the required metric. According the CMA, this can create a sense of urgency in consumers, leading them to buying more and spending less time to search. While there is nothing harmful in informing customers about stock, reports have shown that these messages can be misleading or false; in some cases, the number of people also viewing that pair of shoes is effectively random. … [Read more...] about Are you being overcharged by clever AI? Watchdog looks at whether algorithms hurt competition