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Hassan Mujtaba - NVIDIA Powers The Iconic Vegas Sphere With 150 RTX A6000 GPUs, 1.2 Million Programmable LEDs - wccftech.com - city Las Vegas

NVIDIA Powers The Iconic Vegas Sphere With 150 RTX A6000 GPUs, 1.2 Million Programmable LEDs

NVIDIA has revealed that the iconic Vegas sphere which has been making the headlines, is powered by their RTX GPUs.

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Christopher Livingston - In this satirical city builder, your goal is to convert walkable cities into parking lots and use propaganda to convince everyone it's what they want - pcgamer.com

In this satirical city builder, your goal is to convert walkable cities into parking lots and use propaganda to convince everyone it's what they want

Traffic is a huge component of just about every city builder. Heck, even in medieval city builders you need a good road system so your citizens can quickly and efficiently get around, even if they're leading oxen instead of driving cars. But in Car Park Capital, you've got more to think about than just the living, breathing human beings who live in your city—you've also got to keep the eternally ravenous automotive industry happy. That means building parking lots. Lots and lots of lots.

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Rich Stanton - Google's dumb AI answers increased its greenhouse gas emissions by nearly 50% in the last 5 years - pcgamer.com

Google's dumb AI answers increased its greenhouse gas emissions by nearly 50% in the last 5 years

As one of the largest and most influential tech firms in the world, Google has made various commitments about how the company will operate now and in the future. We're a long way from the innocent days of "don't be evil", and into the realms of more prosaic and potentially consequential stuff: such as the goal of reaching net zero emissions by the year 2030.

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Ian Evenden - Xiaomi Mi Curved Gaming Monitor 34 review - pcgamer.com - China

Xiaomi Mi Curved Gaming Monitor 34 review

Curves, eh? Curves, curves, curves. Not only is an opening like that going to bring in traffic from the seedier corners of Google search results, but it sums up the way your brain works when you're faced with a curved monitor. Unless you've been using one for some time, it's hard to sit in front of a curved monitor, even one as gentle as this one, the Xiaomi G34WQi, and see anything but the curve. CRT monitors used to bulge toward us, but now this one is there in your peripheral vision, the wider-than-wide aspect ratio offering you a slice into games that's more immersive than ever.

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Lincoln Carpenter - To combat torrent traffic, a South Korean ISP deployed a bold strategy: Infecting 600,000 of its own customers with malware - pcgamer.com - North Korea - Usa - Britain - South Korea

To combat torrent traffic, a South Korean ISP deployed a bold strategy: Infecting 600,000 of its own customers with malware

We're certainly no strangers to the Machiavellian schemes of telecom companies in the US, where thanks to the restoration of net neutrality, we've only just recently been able to dodge the nightmare scenario of ISPs being legally empowered to throttle their competitors' traffic. That makes it all the more impressive when companies elsewhere in the world upstage our own constant advancements in corporate skulduggery—companies like KT, a South Korean ISP recently accused of inflicting malware on 600,000 of its own customers.

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Ian Evenden - TP-Link Archer GE800 review - pcgamer.com

TP-Link Archer GE800 review

Exterior, space. Stars twinkle. A serene planet hangs in the blackness. A Star Destroyer passes across the camera's view to orchestral music. The shuttle of evil Sith Lord Ray Tracingus flies by with a scream of engines, enters the destroyer's bay and lands, folding its wings up as it does so. Wi-Fi reception aboard the heavily armed warship improves considerably.

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Jonathan Bolding - More details on MS Flight Simulator 2024, including full 3D landscapes in 30 biomes - pcgamer.com

More details on MS Flight Simulator 2024, including full 3D landscapes in 30 biomes

Brand new details about Microsoft Flight Simulator 2024 are out, giving us some real detail about improvements we'd only guessed at after the trailer earlier this month. That includes the overhaul of the world modeling including the new 3D ground map, visual improvements to environments of all kinds, huge expansions to the scope of the world, and information about the new commercial aviation activities.

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Andy Chalk - Square Enix - Square Enix has a plan for dealing with Final Fantasy 14: Dawntrail's inevitable server crush, which includes saying 'we apologize for the inconvenience' 5 separate times - pcgamer.com

Square Enix has a plan for dealing with Final Fantasy 14: Dawntrail's inevitable server crush, which includes saying 'we apologize for the inconvenience' 5 separate times

We've all been there before: A big new online game launches, the servers get crushed, we can't get in, we get mad, we go out and burn down our local Pizza Hut. Or something like that, anyway—the point is that it happens every time, and it's a headache. Fortunately, Square Enix has a plan in place to help alleviate that pain for the upcoming Final Fantasy 14: Dawntrail.

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