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Marvel 1943: Rise of Hydra story trailer unveiled

Skydance New Media and Marvel have shown off the story trailer for the new ‘Marvel 1943: Rise of Hydra’ at the State of Unreal event. The Epic Games event displays the games that have been developed and produced in Unreal … Continue reading

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Ambitious space sim Starship Simulator boldly goes to Kickstarter to get backing

Starship Simulator is breathtaking in its ambition. And that might be putting it mildly. The premise of a completely accurate galaxy to fly around in a spacecraft is not novel. Elite Dangerous was doing that a decade ago, but somehow … Continue reading

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Bitcoin Price Prediction – Is The Biggest Crash Of All Time Coming?

The Bitcoin price has risen exponentially since the fourth financial quarter of 2023, up 163% from the start of October last year. If the Bitcoin price closes the month of March over $61,157, it would be the first time in … Continue reading

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Metal Gear Solid Delta is ‘spectacular’ according to Snake actor

Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater’s infamous actor David Hayter has released a new teaser for the acclaimed Konami title. Hayter is the iconic voice of Snake that fans have grown up with, so for him to leak the news … Continue reading

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Intel set to receive $8.5bn from US Gov in semiconductor drive

Technology giant Intel is set to receive up to $8.5 billion in direct funding and $11 billion in loans from the U.S. Government to re-establish American leadership in semiconductor manufacturing. Announced today (Mar. 20) from the Biden-Harris Administration, the investment … Continue reading

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EU signals doubts over legality of Meta’s privacy fee

The European Union has given its strongest signal yet that a controversial tactic rolled out by Meta last November to extract consent to tracking from regional users of Facebook and Instagram — by forcing them to choose between paying a … Continue reading

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Astera Labs’ IPO pops 54%, showing that investor demand for tech with an AI-twist is high

Astera Labs started its life as a public company trading at $52.56 per share, up 46% when the bell rang. The company, which provides “semiconductor-based connectivity solutions transforming the future of AI,” priced its IPO last night at $36 per … Continue reading

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Here’s Proof You Can Train an AI Model Without Slurping Copyrighted Content

OpenAI claimed it’s “impossible” to build good AI models without using copyrighted data. An “ethically created” large language model and a giant AI dataset of public domain text suggest otherwise.

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Mermaid Chart, a Markdown-like tool for creating diagrams, raises $7.5M

Mermaid, the open source diagramming and charting tool, has long been popular with developers for its ability to create diagrams using a Markdown-like language. As is often the case, Mermaid founder Knut Sveidqvist created the project because he saw a … Continue reading

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GitHub’s latest AI tool can automatically fix code vulnerabilities

It’s a bad day for bugs. Earlier today, Sentry announced its AI Autofix feature for debugging production code and now, a few hours later, GitHub is launching the first beta of its code scanning autofix feature for finding and fixing … Continue reading

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