PlayStation is laying off 900 staff across Naughty Dog, Insomniac and other studios

It's another dark day for the gaming industry as there is more news from . This time it is it destroys his studios. Sony Interactive Entertainment (SIE) it is laying off around 900 employees from its PlayStation division, or around 8% of that department's workforce. Insomniac (Spider-Man and Ratchet and Clank), Naughty Dog (The Last … Read more

NVIDIA GeForce Now gets pre-roll ads for free users

From March 5 GeForce now users benefiting from the service for free will find themselves confronted with advertisements while waiting for their turn to play. NVIDIA has sent an email to free users, telling them they will receive “up to two minutes of video referral messages before each gaming session while they are in queue.” … Read more

The Pentagon used Project Maven-developed AI to identify air strike targets

The US military stepped up its use of artificial intelligence tools after Hamas attacks on Israel on October 7, based on a new report from Bloomberg. Schuyler Moore, chief technology officer of US Central Command, told the news agency that machine learning algorithms have helped the Pentagon identify targets for more than 85 airstrikes in … Read more

Netflix removes grandfathered accounts’ access to Apple iTunes billing

Those who have paid for Netflix through iTunes over the past few years will soon have to say goodbye to their discounted, lower rates. The company confirmed The edge that it began removing users' access to their iTunes billing plan for the streaming service. “Basic plan members who were using an iTunes payment method” will … Read more

Until Dawn and The Quarry developer Supermassive is reportedly laying off around 90 workers

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Another notable game studio is laying off a significant portion of its workforce. Supermassive Games, the developer behind interactive horror titles And cuts around 90 jobs, according to . That's almost a third of the studio's more than 300 employees. Supermassive confirmed that the studio will reorganize itself. “As a result, we are entering a … Read more

Can your robot lawnmower run Doom? This one can

Did you think you'd seen the last of Loss work with random stuff? Think again. Husqvarna landscaping technology company on some of its robot lawn mowers. So you can mow the hells right before mowing the stray blades of grass. Here's the deal. It will only be available on the company's Automower Nera robotic lawn … Read more

NVIDIA’s RTX 500 and 1000 Ada GPUs bring more AI smarts to thin and light workstations

Just before , has revealed its latest GPUs for laptops and, what a surprise, they are designed in large part to facilitate AI processing. The RTX 500 and 1000 Ada Generation graphics cards are primarily intended for thin and light laptops. While they don't offer as much TOPS AI performance as current high-end mobile GPUs, … Read more

Our favorite budget wireless earbuds are down to $53 right now

High-end wireless headphones like the AirPods Pro And SonyWF-1000XM5 are great, but getting the absolute best performance is not cheap. If you want a more affordable and actually decent pair, the Anker Soundcore Space A40 is the first choice of our Budget Wireless Headphones Buying Guide, and a new deal brought it down to $53 … Read more

Amazon takes up to $1,800 off LG’s 2023 C3 OLED TVs

With the writers' and actors' strikes in the rearview mirror, there are many big shows and films on the horizon. If you're looking for a solid TV to watch everything on, you're in luck: LG C3 Series 2023 OLED TVs are having a big sale on Amazon. Take the 77-inch C3 Series, which went from … Read more

AMD’s budget version of the 7900 XT GPU is coming to the US for $549

AMD will begin selling the Radeon RX 7900 GRE (Golden Rabbit Edition) graphics card in the United States, offering users a detuned version of its flagship 7900 XT for $549. For a saving of around $350 over the latter, its performance is comparable to that of NVIDIA RTX 4070 Super for certain games with certain … Read more