Games featured previously in the programSherlock Holmes: The Devil’s Daughter: Available November 1 to 30 on Xbox One (usually $54.99 / £44.99 / AU$99.95)The Final Station: Available November 16 to December 15 on Xbox One (usually $14.99 / £12.49 / AU$22.45)Star Wars: Jedi Starfighter: Available November 1 to 15 on Xbox One & Xbox 360 (usually $4.99 / £4.49 / AU$7.47)Joy Ride Turbo: Available November 16 to 30 on Xbox One & Xbox 360 (usually $9.99 / £6.75 / AU$9.95)Tembo the Badass Elephant: Available October 1 to 31 on Xbox One (usually $14.99 / £9.99 / AU$19.95)Friday the 13th: The Game: Available October 16 to November 15 on Xbox One (usually $19.99 / £15.99 / AU$26.95)Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor’s Edge: Available October 16 to October 31 on Xbox One and Xbox 360 (usually $29.99 / £24.99 / AU$59.95)Castlevania: Symphony of the Night - available July 1 to 15, 2019 on Xbox One and Xbox 360 (usually $9.99 / £6.75 / AU$9.95)Meet the … [Read more...] about Xbox Games with Gold July 2020: these are the free Xbox One games this month
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Lastly, Play Points can be put toward charities. On the bottom of the “Earn” tab is a list of causes to support. When you put Play Points towards these causes, you’re returning the points to Google and it will then give the dollar amount to the organization. … [Read more...] about What Are Google Play Points, and How Do You Use Them?
For cloud vendors like AWS, Google, or Microsoft, there is a very clear incentive: The more people use their ML frameworks, the more compute and storage resources will eventually gravitate toward their respective clouds. But what stakes does Facebook have in this game? Why dedicate the resources -- human and otherwise -- needed to develop and maintain not one, but two ML frameworks, and where is this going? … [Read more...] about Opinionated and open machine learning: The nuances of using Facebook’s PyTorch
Despite Chou's grand promises, the prototype headset was similar to other units I've tried. While XRSpace aimed to make the goggles smaller and sleeker than rival products, the orange plastic headset still was bulky. My eyes watered like crazy after using it for about 10 minutes, and I couldn't imagine wearing it for hours -- let alone all day. XRSpace says it has improved the headset since I used it last fall, including adding better padding and creating a white version. Still, no one could describe the look as "cool." … [Read more...] about This VR startup wants to use 5G to blow up social distancing
As we understand it, ReDigi's proprietary software allows a user to select a sound recording he or she possesses and to designate that recording for "sale." The software then duplicates the user's copy of the track, places a watermark on that copy, stores it on ReDigi's servers and purportedly deletes the original file from the user's hard drive or mobile device. Then ReDigi offers for sale the copy it has made to other users of its service. … [Read more...] about RIAA wants ReDigi out of the business of selling “used” iTunes tracks