Apple Reverses Policy: Approves First PC Emulator for iOS

Apple Reverses Policy: Approves First PC Emulator for iOS

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Apple Backtracks and Approves the First PC Emulator for iOS Apple Backtracks and Approves the First PC Emulator for iOS Screenshots: UTM SE Apple has approved UTM SE, an app for emulating a computer to run classic software and games, weeks after the company rejected it and barred it from being notarized for third-party app stores in the European Union. The app is now available for free for iOS, iPadOS, and visionOS. After Apple rejected the app in June, the developer said it wasn’t going to keep trying because the app was “a subpar experience.” Today, UTM thanked the AltStore team for helping it and credited another developer “whose QEMU TCTI implementation was pivotal for this JIT-less build.” Screenshot: UTM SE UTM SE doesn’t include any virtual machines, but does…
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Top Trailers of the Week: Captain America, F1, and Gladiator II

Top Trailers of the Week: Captain America, F1, and Gladiator II

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Trailers of the Week: Captain America, F1, and Gladiator II Trailers of the Week: Captain America, F1, and Gladiator II There’s a bit of a theme of payoff in this week’s trailers. Anthony Mackie finally takes the lead on the big screen after 10 years in the MCU; Ridley Scott’s two-decade-plus plan for a Gladiator sequel is coming to fruition; and we finally get to find out what happens next to the macrodata refinement team in Severance. There’s a lot to go through this week, from big-budget tentpole movies to whimsical TV, so let’s get down to it, starting, naturally, with the MCU. Captain America: Brave New World In the trailer for Captain America: Brave New World, Thaddeus Ross (Harrison Ford) wants to make Sam Wilson (Anthony Mackie) part of…
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Kobo Elipsa 2E E-Reader Hits Best Price for Note-Taking Enthusiasts

Kobo Elipsa 2E E-Reader Hits Best Price for Note-Taking Enthusiasts

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Kobo Elipsa 2E Hits Its Best Price Yet Kobo’s Elipsa 2E, Our Favorite E-Reader for Taking Notes, Has Hit Its Best Price Yet The Kobo Elipsa 2E lets you actually take notes directly on pages, which is one of the reasons I recommend it over the Kindle Scribe. | Image: Kobo We’re already seeing great deals land on Amazon devices like the Kindle Scribe ahead of Prime Day next week, which makes sense as it’s an Amazon event. It’s possible we’ll see even more Kindle deals arrive soon, but it’s less certain what kind of discounts — if any — we’ll see on e-readers from rivals like Kobo. Thankfully, if you don’t want an Amazon e-reader, Rakuten Kobo has launched a new sale, dropping its top-notch Kobo Elipsa 2E down…
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Valve Employee Compensation and Staff Size Revealed

Valve Employee Compensation and Staff Size Revealed

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How Much Valve Pays Its Staff and Its Small Team Size Here’s How Much Valve Pays Its Staff — And How Few People It Employs Valve is a famously secretive company with an enormous influence on the gaming industry, particularly because it runs the massive PC gaming storefront Steam. But despite that influence, Valve isn’t a large organization on par with EA or Riot Games’ thousands of employees: according to leaked data we’ve seen, as of 2021, Valve employed just 336 staffers. The data was included as part of an otherwise heavily redacted document from Wolfire’s antitrust lawsuit against Valve. As spotted by SteamDB creator Pavel Djundik, some data in the document was viewable despite the black redaction boxes, including Valve’s headcount and gross pay across various parts of the…
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„The Making of Eno: The First Generative Feature Film“

„The Making of Eno: The First Generative Feature Film“

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The Making of Eno: The First Generative Feature Film The Making of Eno: The First Generative Feature Film Director Gary Hustwit tells us about his living documentary and the technology that changes it for every screening. Image: First Film Corp. In a groundbreaking development in the world of cinema, director Gary Hustwit has embarked on an ambitious and pioneering project: Eno, the world's first generative feature film. This living documentary employs cutting-edge technology to ensure that no two screenings are ever the same. Continue reading to find out more about the revolutionary methods Hustwit has utilized to bring this innovative concept to life, and how it promises to challenge and transform traditional storytelling in the film industry. source: https://www.theverge.com/24197153/eno-documentary-generative-film-gary-hustwit-interview
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Engwe P20 Folding E-Bike Review: Is It User-Friendly?

Engwe P20 Folding E-Bike Review: Is It User-Friendly?

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Engwe P20 Folding E-Bike Review: How Forgiving Are You? Fully equipped direct-to-consumer e-bikes still require compromises at $1,000. While the Engwe P20 offers numerous features at a tempting price point, it's essential to weigh the pros and cons before making your decision. Let's delve into the specifics of this affordable yet feature-rich folding e-bike. Design and Build Quality The Engwe P20 boasts a compact and foldable design, which is particularly advantageous for urban commuters and those with limited storage space. The matte black finish gives it a sleek look, but it’s the build quality that stands out. Despite being a budget-friendly option, the P20 feels robust and well-constructed. Motor and Performance Equipped with a 250W motor, the Engwe P20 is designed for moderate commutes. It delivers a top speed of…
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OpenAI Faces Safety Concerns: A Closer Look

OpenAI Faces Safety Concerns: A Closer Look

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OpenAI is plagued by safety concerns OpenAI is plagued by safety concerns Illustration: Alex Castro / The Verge OpenAI is a leader in the race to develop AI as intelligent as a human. Yet, employees continue to show up in the press and on podcasts to voice their grave concerns about safety at the $80 billion nonprofit research lab. The latest comes from The Washington Post, where an anonymous source claimed OpenAI rushed through safety tests and celebrated their product before ensuring its safety. “They planned the launch after-party prior to knowing if it was safe to launch,” an anonymous employee told The Washington Post. “We basically failed at the process.” Safety issues loom large at OpenAI — and seem to just keep coming. Current and former employees at OpenAI…
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How to Use the Notes App and Note Pad Feature on Your iPhone

How to Use the Notes App and Note Pad Feature on Your iPhone

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Moft's New MagSafe Accessory Adds a Notepad to Your iPhone Moft's New MagSafe Accessory Adds a Notepad to Your iPhone Now your iPhone can have a Notes app and a notepad! Introducing the latest innovation from Moft: the Snap Flow, a revolutionary MagSafe accessory that attaches a physical notepad and pen to the back of your iPhone. Moft is renowned for its slim, magnetic origami kickstands, and the Snap Flow is no exception. This accessory not only serves as a kickstand but also opens up like a book to reveal a paper pad and a truly nifty ballpoint pen that folds into a prism shape. It's hard to believe there's a product in 2024 that lets you take handwritten notes while using a revolutionary pocket computing device as a clipboard.…
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SpaceX Falcon 9 Rockets Grounded Following In-Flight Failure

SpaceX Falcon 9 Rockets Grounded Following In-Flight Failure

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SpaceX Falcon 9 Experiences In-Flight Failure SpaceX’s Falcon 9 Rockets Grounded After In-Flight Failure SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket experienced an engine failure after it launched late Thursday night from the Vandenberg Space Force Base in California. The mission, Starlink Group 9-3, was carrying Starlink satellites and failed to reignite its upper second stage after developing a leak. “Upper stage restart to raise perigee resulted in an engine RUD for reasons currently unknown,” Elon Musk said overnight, confirming that the engine experienced a “rapid unscheduled disassembly.” SpaceX reported: Falcon 9’s second stage performed its first burn nominally, however a liquid oxygen leak developed on the second stage. After a planned relight of the upper stage engine to raise perigee – or the lowest point of orbit – the Merlin Vacuum engine…
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