Google’s cloud game streaming service has been hailed as the future of gaming. Stadia is tipped to be the catalyst of change that will bring about a new ear in gaming, one that doesn’t rely on expensive hardware to stay up to date with video game technology. However, the platform’s new lineup of games available at launch leaves a lot to be desired.Google Stadia’s official Twitter handle recently put out a tweet about the 12 games that will be available when the service launches on November 19.Wondering what games will be available to play on launch day for Stadia? Here’s our day one lineup for November 19 with more titles coming by the end of 2019.For the full list and additional details, check out our blog → https://t.co/CWyqjMegYzpic.twitter.com/YzhEX1d3ou— Stadia (@GoogleStadia) November 11, 2019Of the twelve titles available at launch, only a couple of them are head turners. Some of the games are over a year old. Take, for example, … [Read more...] about Google Stadia’s launch lineup of 12 games leaves a lot to be desired
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A baby born this year—such as Penelope Page, born in a hotel in California last month after her parents fled a wildfire—will live a life “profoundly affected by climate change.” If greenhouse gas emissions continue on their current path, the world will be four degrees hotter by the time a child born today is 71 years old. That’s a version of the planet that no human has ever experienced. Food and water shortages are likely. Extreme heat may make some cities unlivable. Flooding and wildfires will destroy homes and critical infrastructure. advertisement advertisement Even now, with one degree of warming, climate change is already impacting human health, and children born now will continue to experience health impacts throughout their lives, says a major new report—the Lancet Countdown on Health and Climate Change—from 120 experts at 35 institutions including the World Bank, which appeared in the medical journal the Lancet. … [Read more...] about Climate change will fundamentally shape the lives of children born in 2019
Sony’s mobile division has been underperforming in recent years, with 2019 being no exception. The Japanese tech giant had a weak third quarter in 2019 with sales down 32 percent. Sony’s 2019 lineup introduced a new form factor for smartphones with the 21:9 aspect ratio, but that didn’t help it match competitors like Apple, Samsung, and OnePlus.Despite the slowdown in sales, Sony isn’t ready to throw in the towel just yet. The company is reportedly working on its flagship smartphone, which could be called the Xperia 3. The device was recently spotted in renders, revealing the front and right side of the handset. The phone is already expected to pack the upcoming Snapdragon 865 SoC and will feature a CinemaWide OLED panel with a 21:9 aspect ratio.Close The leaked images indicate thicker top and bottom bezels with no notch or pop-up selfie camera — Sony’s current Xperia flagship sports a 4K resolution and a 60Hz refresh rate. The rumoured Xperia 3 … [Read more...] about Sony Xperia 3 images leak online; may sport Snapdragon 865 SoC, CinemaWide OLED panel
When Nitish Kumar abandoned the Grand Alliance with RJD and Congress to join the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) in August last year, opinions regarding his decision were divided. Some called it a political masterstroke, others called it a mistake; most were cynical. They felt this was perhaps another one of Kumar’s U-turns in his quest to use realpolitik to maintain power, and it could go either way.Maintaining power, as it is turning out, would be difficult. Once considered to be the Opposition’s pitch for Prime Ministerial candidature, Nitish Kumar now seems to be struggling for seats in a state he has ruled for the past 13 years. Kumar had broken his alliance with the NDA before the 2014 general elections, citing differences with PM Narendra Modi.In the elections that followed, Janata Dal (United), Kumar's party, was trounced by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and its allies in Bihar, reducing the party to two seats while the BJP garnered 22. This was a change from … [Read more...] about Grand Alliance, NDA or go-it-alone: Options galore, but what is Bihar CM Nitish Kumar thinking?
The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) might ally with the Jananayak Janata Party (JJP), a breakaway faction of the Indian National Lok Dal (INLD), for Haryana assembly polls, expected to be held later this year, AAP sources told Moneycontrol.AAP had extended its support to JJP leader Digivijay Singh Chautala for the bypoll in Jind, where the BJP won by over 12,000 votes on January 31. Chautala came in second in what is being considered as a crucial bypoll before the upcoming Lok Sabha polls.Digvijay's father Ajay Chautala and brother Dushyant Chautala were expelled from INLD following a family squabble. Dushyant is a Member of Parliament (MP) from Hisar.Close "With the Chautala split, a number of mid-level leaders from INLD joined the JJP. That will work to our advantage," an AAP source privy to the developments said. related news Engineering exports decline 6% in September: EEPC India Chiron Behring relaunches rabies vaccine under ChiroRab brand Venice floods: Mayor to declare disaster … [Read more...] about AAP eyes alliance with JJP for Haryana state elections, to prepare for early polls