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BMW welcomes customers to play a mixed-reality racing sim while actually driving

WTF?! Virtual reality headset support is becoming standard in PC racing simulators, and Gran Turismo 7 is one of the most highly-regarded PlayStation VR 2 games. Still, none of them let you play while driving a real car–until now. BMW has begun allowing customers to do exactly that on a Munich training course. Reservations are […]

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Adobe will no longer pursue $20 billion Figma acquisition

In a nutshell: Figma is a recently incorporated company providing a web-based interface design platform focusing on real-time collaboration. Adobe was pursuing an acquisition of its most intriguing competitors in years, but the attempt ultimately failed due to antitrust scrutiny in the Europe. Adobe has lost interest in acquiring Figma. The company was willing to

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Sony leak reveals strong Steam sales for PlayStation exclusives ported to PC

Brutal dump: In the wee hours of Tuesday morning, a Redditor compiled all the internal documents he could find from a ransomware attack on Insomniac Games. Although there are over 32 internal documents listed, its only a drop in the bucket of the over 1 terabyte of internal files leaked. The contents range from concept

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MSI’s Spatium M570 Pro Frozr PCIe 5.0 SSD skirts high temps with towering heatsink

In a nutshell: MSI has introduced its next-gen flagship SSD, the Spatium M570 Pro Frozr PCIe 5.0.The new drive is powered by the latest Phison E26 PCIe 5.0 controller and utilized 3D NAND flash and a DRAM cache buffer. The M570 Pro Frozr is rated for sequential read speeds up to 12,400 MB/s and sequential

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Apple M3 iMac teardown shows minimal internal changes compared to older model

In context: Apple announced its M3-powered 24-inch iMac at its ‘Scary Fast’ event in late October, three years after the launch of the M1 iMac. Externally, the new device looks nearly identical to the last-gen model, but we now know more about its internal design, thanks to a teardown video from iFixit. The M3 iMac

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Mod adds AMD FSR 3 frame generation to titles that don’t officially support it

The big picture: A week after AMD published the FSR 3 source code on GPUOpen, modders have predictably started unofficially integrating the company’s frame generation technology into various games. Additionally, it is possible to combine this feature with Nvidia’s DLSS upscaling. Meanwhile, Intel plans to respond to frame generation using a fundamentally different method. A

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Tencent turns to old rival ByteDance to advertise its latest game

Strange bedfellows: Tencent and ByteDance, two of China’s top digital giants, have been legal rivals for years. However, an advertising expenditure analysis shows that the former’s gaming aspirations have taken precedence over any hard feelings as Tencent tries to take on one of 2023’s most popular mobile games. Analysts have observed that most of Tencent’s

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