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  • Psychonauts 2 – Official Release Date Trailer | E3 2021  IGNPsychonauts 2 Release Date Set for August, Day One on Game Pass  The EscapistStarfield Full Presentation | Xbox + Bethesda E3 2021  GameSpotBethesda Shows Off Starfield, Coming November 11th, 2022 To Xbox And Windows  MMORPG.comStarfield: Official Teaser Trailer  XboxView Full Coverage on Google News
  • Microsoft Flight Simulator – Official Xbox Series X|S Gameplay Trailer | E3 2021  IGNTop Gun Maverick DLC Planned for Microsoft Flight Simulator  FSEliteXbox Mini Fridge – World Premiere  XboxThe Xbox Series X mini fridge will be available this holiday season  The VergeXbox Announces New Series X Mini-Fridges – Just in Time for the 2021 Holiday Season  PEOPLEView Full Coverage on […]
  • PC Gaming Show & Future Games Show E3 2021 Showcase  The EscapistPC Gaming Show 2021 live blog  Laptop MagGloomwood E3 2021 Demo Gameplay | PC Gaming Show E3 2021  PC GamerHow To Watch The PC Gaming Show  GamesradarCome watch the E3 2021 PC Gaming Show live stream with us, I sure hope Devbot returns  DestructoidView Full Coverage on Google News
  • The first six 'Final Fantasy' games are getting 'pixel perfect' remakes  EngadgetStranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin Revealed, PS5 Demo Out Today – E3 2021 [Update: Demo is Corrupted]  IGNThe best Final Fantasy game is getting a remaster (no, not that one again)  TechRadarSquare Enix reveals Stranger of Paradise Final Fantasy Origin, a new Team Ninja action game  PolygonFinal […]
  • Babylon's Fall – Official Story Trailer | E3 2021  IGNBabylon’s Fall from PlatinumGames is now a live-service game  PolygonBabylon's Fall Trailer | Square Enix Presents E3 2021  GameSpotBabylon's Fall, Platinum's Multiplayer Action Game, Has Nier Vibes  KotakuBabylon's Fall – Official Gameplay Overview | E3 2021  IGNView Full Coverage on Google News

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  • 14,993 young students created 9408 programs designed to run on Raspberry Pis in space. Each program ran for at least 30 seconds and accomplished a variety of tasks like taking pictures of the Earth, measuring the air in the ISS, and unintentionally keeping one poor astronaut from his beauty rest.Read This Article on Review Geek […]
  • Researchers at the University of Queensland have developed the first quantum microscope, a major leap from existing technology that will allow us to observe previously unseen biological structures. Scientists say it could pave the way for improvements in machines, medicine, and just about every other industry.Read This Article on Review Geek ›
  • Finding dinosaur bones in the flat plaints of Australia is a difficult task. But paleontologists have just confirmed the existence of a previously unknown dinosaur called the Australotitan cooperensis. Nicknamed Cooper, it is the largest known species to have lived on the Australian continent.Read This Article on Review Geek ›
  • Humans have spent millennia in awe of the beautiful aurora borealis in the night sky. And while we remained uncertain of what causes them for some time now, physicists have finally figured out exactly how the phenomenon works.Read This Article on Review Geek ›
  • There was a time long ago when 3G was the high mark in mobile data. There was even an iPhone named after it! Nowadays, 5G is the big deal, and 3G is being turned off. When exactly will that happen?Read This Article on How-To Geek ›

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  • As more people are getting vaccinated and COVID-19 rates are declining, those who have been avoiding social situations for either pandemic or personal reasons (or both) may find themselves in situation where they’re supposed to socialize. This includes both starting and having a conversation. Read more…
  • As temperatures across the country continue to rise—along with the humidity and our electricity bills—our air conditioners are getting a workout. But if your home has central air, there are a few things you can do to get the most out of your unit, according to Dave Radziej from the Plumbing, Heating and Cooling…Read more…
  • At first glance, grilling might seem simple: Cooking food over fire? Humans have been doing that for ages. But as anyone who has ever eaten extremely dry grilled chicken or an overcooked steak knows, it also takes some skill. If that’s not a skill you currently have, you may be interested in a summer job […]
  • When shopping for electronics, outerwear, watches, or building materials, you’ve probably noticed that some products are labeled “waterproof” while others are “water resistant.” While both offer better protection from water than other items, the two terms don’t mean the same thing. Read more…
  • People who live somewhere with ample outdoor space may have the room to spread out and make an in-ground garden—instead of being limited to planters like city-dwellers—but gardening in containers comes with some benefits of its own. In fact, if you pick the right ones (and the right plants) it can make your garden and…Read […]

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  • Bloomberg Businessweek reports on "renewed interest in cables that can power consumers in one country with electricity generated hundreds, even thousands, of miles away in another" and possibly even transcontinental, submarine electricity superhighways: Coal, gas and even nuclear plants can be built close to the markets they serve, but the utility-scale solar and wind farms […]
  • Slashdot reader AmiMoJo shares a report from Reuters: Scientific advances from deep brain stimulation to wearable scanners are making manipulation of the human mind increasingly possible, creating a need for laws and protections to regulate use of the new tools, top neurologists said on Thursday. A set of "neuro-rights" should be added to the Universal […]
  • The government in Pakistan's largest province, Punjab, has decided to block SIM cards of unvaccinated citizens, reports the Hindustan Times (one of the largest newspapers in India), citing reports from news agency ANI. Dr. Rashid, the provincial health minister in Pakistan's Punjab, said that there has been a "considerable decrease" in Covid-19 cases in the […]
  • Long-time Slashdot reader thegreatbob writes: The old RAD/content authoring system, ToolBook, appears to be entering the final phase of its EOL process. Sumtotal/Skillsoft (the current owner, under which meaningful development effectively ceased) 'may' refuse software activations after the end of 2021, and does not provide a format-compatible replacement. Similarly, they are halting their support services, […]
  • Freenode's Linux support channel has an official web page at freenode.linux.community, which now bears this announcement: 22+ year old ##linux on freenode has been seized by freenode staff The community's (multi-platform) site reminds visitors of the alternative channels #linux on Libera and Linux.Chat on Discord. But they're not the only ones making changes. "[T]he FSF […]

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