Report: Microsoft to bring support for Android apps in Windows 10 next year, x86 emulation for ARM processors

L Love the Community Fv4 7 minutes ago I’d happily accept ARM as my architecture for Desktop PCs if they emulate old x86/x64 games flawlessly like Unreal Tournament 1999 or recently like Crysis. If ARM can make 3D movies create a good looking movie like Jurassic Park in the 90’s (learnt it from ColdFusion’s video) then it should run Crysis 1080p 144hz in “Can it run Crysis?” graphics settings. Here’s to hoping AMD to make a Ryzen successor and Radeon GPU in 2022 using ARM. A We know Microsoft trying something and most of the times abandon them Windows RT Windows Arm Windows mobile and so on Lets hope this report is a real thing and something polished like Apple did What apple has is a gem…to run Maya under rosetta2 and still better than… Source link

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Nazeer leads Blairmont Blazers to victory over Cold Fusion

A pugnacious half century from Zameer Nazeer steered Blairmont Blazers to a six-wicket win over Cold Fusion yesterday at Tuchen, East Bank Essequibo. The friendly encounter saw Cold Fusion winning the toss and electing to bat. The hosts brought the heat and piled on 142 for seven from their allotted 12 overs but that was not enough for the West Berbice side which raced to 146 for three with five balls to spare. Leading the chase was Nazeer, who clubbed eight sixes and three fours on his way to a top score of 64. Nazeer entered the crease with Blazers already one down and on 24 after Marvan Prashad was dismissed for 10 and went on to add 83 for the second wicket with  Kevon Jawahir. Jawahir played the supporting role with an unbeaten 23, highlighted by two fours and one six. Source link

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Musician eager to strike up band | Living

Quincy Sanders is not alone in wanting the pandemic to go away. The Fort Wayne saxophonist-songwriter-music teacher-studio musician-live performer has seen the number of gigs he performs dwindle to a few wedding receptions and private parties. He’s even had to look for jobs outside the Fort Wayne area. “I know that COVID-19 has affected a lot of people. In fact, a friend of mine normally plays at venues across the country and in Europe. But with the travel restrictions, she now has no work at all,” Sanders says. “I toured the Midwest the last three summers with her, but not this year. I guess I’m fortunate to be able to stay somewhat active and be able to make ends meet … so far. A lot of the gigs have been outside where it’s easier to social distance.” The… Source link

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Pseudoscience moving into the mainstream | Opinion

The death of magician and debunker of frauds James Randi was a reminder that even pseudoscience and charlatanry used to come from a kinder world. Randi’s arch-antagonist was the ‘psychic’ Uri Geller, who always seemed to be on 1970s chat shows bending spoons with the power of his mind. I came across Randi (and witnessed a demonstration of his stage magic) while working for Nature after the journal had just published the notorious ‘memory of water’ paper by French immunologist Jacques Benveniste. The editor enlisted the magician to join the team that travelled to the French labs to witness a (failed) attempt to replicate the studies in which a biological molecule was said to retain its activity after being diluted to the point of total absence. That is now seen as one of… Source link

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Breaking: Walker, Meyer get the band back together to buy AK-LNG project from state AGDC agency

They’re true believers in the gasline. Former Gov. Bill Walker and former Alaska Gasline Development Corporation President Keith Meyer are leading an effort to take over the Alaska Gasline project from Alaska Gasline Development Corporation. They announced the launch of Alaska Gasline & LNG LLC, at AGLNG.com today, along with Laborers Local 341 President Joey Merrick, and Bernie Karl, who serves on the board of the Alaska Industrial Development and Export Authority. The group have established the new private entity with the purpose of “requesting and accepting the leadership of the integrated Alaska gasline and LNG project, and moving the project forward to completion. The project has recently completed most of its big federal permits and the Alaska Gasline Development Corporation… Source link

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The US Desperately Needs New Election Tech. Here’s One Option

I know you don’t want to hear about how blockchain technology can fix elections, solve cold fusion, restore trust to America, bring global peace, and invent a new way to slice bread. I’m pretty tired of the blockchain hype cycle too. Many are wearing “I voted” pins to show they voted in the 2020 U.S. national election. Photo by visuals on Unsplash But if there’s one thing that proves current election technology is essentially trash, it’s the 2020 U.S. presidential election. Days later, we still don’t know for sure who won or lost, there are allegations about fraud or miscounts, and multiple legal challenges to the results already. Baseless or not, our current election process and technology invites challenge and provides fodder for… Source link

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Successful Web Design Companies, Part 1

Creating a quote for a job is a difficult task if you are a part of or manage a web design company. Putting a price on your skills can be complicated. You do not want to charge too much, but you want to make the job worth your time. You have to consider everything from how much you will need to outsource to what the job requirements are. Meanwhile, the only thing the person you are working for is concerned about is how much the project is going to cost. One of the easiest ways to handle this is to break it down into who does what job at your web design company. The first category of jobs has to do with the creative process that goes into creating a website. This might include graphic designers, copy writers, or flash developers. Many people who use website design company… Source link

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How to Create a Website

Stop whatever you’re doing and ask yourself this simple question: “Do I need a website?” If your response was anything other than “yes,” you need to think again. It doesn’t matter if you’re the head of a multinational corporation who employs thousands of people or a local mom-and-pop shop from around the way, you need a website to help potential customers find you online. If you have a business, failure to establish an online home is lost revenue. You don’t want that. Fortunately, there is a vast number of web hosting services at your disposal. Choosing one is the tricky part, as it depends both on the quality of the service and its ability to match your needs. The Best Web Hosting Services is an excellent place to start, as it highlights our 10 favorite web hosts. As far as… Source link

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