FAA fights use of spectrum that's already deployed safely in dozens of countries.
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One of the most striking facets of the metaverse is that it doesn’t exist and nobody can agree on how to define it, but there
What a perfect description of the metaverse. This is basically how I feel about most modern tech; it could work so much better for everyone if it wasn't steered and constrained by corporate overlords.
TV dock, Game Gear adapter, clear case, cables, and more.
After testing hundreds of games over three weeks, the results are (mostly) fantastic.
Xbox maker dangled possibility of "exclusive AAA titles" streaming on iOS.
On July 15, 1983, Nintendo sold its first Famicom. Gaming hasn't been the same since.
The status quo will stay in place until an appeal has been resolved.
The road to Unix as we know it today is a long and winding one. Turbulent times meant that the core of UNIX was split between two factions that went to war. In this article, we tell the story of these UNIX wars and their outcomes.
NASA selects a mix of large and small US companies, and old and new players.
Unspooled C code could eventually lead to PC ports, new mods, and more.
This is really cool and serves as an interesting historical record. The code of games of that generation is usually pretty clever. And this could lead to ports of the game, which is hugely important for games preservation. Companies don't do enough to provide access to games past their lifetime, so preservation projects are a big deal. Shoutout to the ZRET team for this work!
Photoluminescent substances could be applied to sidewalks, streets, and buildings.