Disaster struck in the 17th, though, when Saso came up with a double-bogey, with Day 3 leader Liu Wenbo taking a firm grip of the top spot with a 2-shot lead. … [Read more...] about Asian Games: Pinay golfer Yuka Saso wins gold in dramatic finish
While we don’t know which other game developers and publishers Sony and Oculus are working with, we do know that two of the largest game companies are interested. At its press conference, Electronic Arts, the large publisher behind huge sellers like Madden football and The Sims, announced it was exploring the possibility of making VR Games. Ubisoft, a big game publisher based in Europe and behind popular series like Assassin’s Creed and Just Dance, gave more than lip service to virtual reality. They had four demos available, including little experiments using its Raving Rabbids and Far Cry franchises. … [Read more...] about Virtual Reality Is Finally Growing Up
This list is subjective and incomplete. Still, if you're not a designer, you now have a long, rich list to dive into to keep up to speed about design and the other things that inspire us. And if you are a designer, hope there are some new finds here for you too. … [Read more...] about 21 Websites Designers Love That Can Spark Ideas for Non-Designers
Metal from tariff-exempt countries like Canada and Australia is already flowing to the United States where premiums – the cost on top of futures prices to obtain physical metal – have soared, and material from the Middle East and India is taking its place, traders said. … [Read more...] about Can China fill aluminium shortage after Rusal sanctioned?
Rusal customer Glencore <GLEN.L> and Rusal partner Rio Tinto <RIO.AX> <RIO.L> declared a partial force majeure last week, saying that due to circumstances beyond their control, they would not be able to fulfil some contracted deliveries to customers. … [Read more...] about Japan traders ask Rusal to stop shipping aluminium after U.S. sanctions