NASA Set to Launch Free, Ad-Free Streaming Service, NASA+

NASA, the United States federal space agency, has announced plans to launch an exclusive streaming service called NASA+. This venture is aimed at creating a more accessible platform for viewers to engage with non-fictional space content on demand, free of cost, and advertisements. The service will be available on all common streaming devices and via … Read more

Netflix Reportedly Developing Dark Souls Anime Series

According to recent leaks and insider sources, Netflix, the major streaming platform, is reportedly developing an anime series based on FromSoftware’s acclaimed video game trilogy, Dark Souls. This marks a potentially transformative era for Netflix, as the Dark Souls anime could stand as one of the company’s premier original anime series. About Dark Souls Dark … Read more

AI’s Increasing Role in Journalism: A Look at OpenAI and Google’s Initiatives

The journalism landscape is being reshaped by artificial intelligence (AI) tools. With major technology firms like OpenAI and Google rolling out advanced AI solutions for journalists, the future of news production seems poised for significant change. These AI initiatives aim to augment journalistic efforts, enabling news organizations to scale production and combat misinformation effectively. OpenAI … Read more

FromSoftware’s Armored Core 6: Fires of Rubicon – The Gaming Revolution of 2023

After their runaway success with Elden Ring, lauded as one of the best games of 2022, FromSoftware is shifting gears and returning to its Armored Core franchise with a groundbreaking new installment – Armored Core 6: Fires of Rubicon. Unlike previous Dark Souls-type games, Armored Core 6 offers a refreshingly fast-paced and highly challenging gameplay, … Read more

Apple Introduces Developer Support for Vision Pro and Announces ‘Meet with App Store Experts’ Events

Apple has recently announced that developers can now apply for the Vision Pro headset development kit via the company’s website. The kit includes the Vision Pro headset, assistance with device setup, code-level support, and regular “check-ins” with Apple experts regarding the design and development of an app for visionOS. Application Process and Device Security To … Read more

Instagram’s Threads App Launches Chronological ‘Following’ Tab

Instagram’s Threads, a subsidiary of Meta Platforms Inc., has introduced a ‘Following’ tab, a highly-requested feature that allows users to view posts from individuals they follow in chronological order. The announcement came from CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Tuesday, responding to the feature request with, “Ask and you shall receive”. This update, which contrasts the algorithmically-curated … Read more

Ubisoft Clarifies Position on Deletion of Inactive Accounts

In recent times, panic swept across the gaming community as rumors spread that Ubisoft might delete inactive accounts and the associated digital game libraries. However, Ubisoft has now cleared the air and confirmed that users’ digital game libraries are safe, even if the accounts are inactive for extended periods. The company emphasized that accounts that … Read more

OpenAI Set to Launch Android Version of ChatGPT Following iOS Success

On July 21, OpenAI unveiled plans to launch an Android version of its popular AI chatbot, ChatGPT. This follows the release of the application to iOS users in May, marking a significant stride in the company’s outreach to a broader user base. Android Launch Announcement OpenAI recently shared some great news about the availability of … Read more

Unexpected Cancellations for Starfield Constellation Edition Pre-Orders Create Panic Among Fans

Fans of Bethesda’s highly anticipated deep-space exploration game, Starfield, are feeling a deep sense of anxiety and frustration as Walmart has started canceling pre-orders for the exclusive Constellation Edition of the game. Several fans shared their experiences on the Starfield Reddit thread and other social media platforms, revealing abrupt cancellations, lack of explanations, and a … Read more

Google Fully Launches Nearby Share for Windows Following Successful Beta Testing

Google is set to launch its Nearby Share feature for Windows today, following a successful beta test in March this year. Designed to improve the ease and efficiency of file transfers between Android devices and Windows PCs, the feature has seen several improvements in its trial period, including boosted speed and reliability. Addressing Transfer Issues … Read more