Rockstar Source Code Leaked and Other News

Rockstar Source Code Leaked

On December 24th, local time, during the Christmas holiday, a large amount of source code for Rockstar games was leaked to a Discord channel. According to YouTuber SKizzle, who discovered and publicized the news, the leak includes all of the source code for GTA 5, the RAGE engine, parts of the sequel to Bully, and parts of the sequel to the GTA series codenamed Project Americas. There are speculations that this leak is concurrent with last year’s Rockstar live gameplay leak, which has only now been made public.


By |2024-05-12T01:12:06+00:00December 25, 2023|News|0 Comments

Anthropic Releases Claude 2.1 and Other News

Anthropic Releases Claude 2.1

On November 22nd, the Anthropic team announced the release of version 2.1 of Claude. In this new version, Claude can handle 200,000 tokens of long content, which is equivalent to about 150,000 English words. In addition, Claude 2.1 reduces errors or misrepresentations by half and increases the ability to handle complex requests.


By |2024-05-12T08:23:54+00:00December 24, 2023|News|0 Comments

Apple Vision Pro, Next-gen CarPlay and Other News

First Cars with Next-gen CarPlay Announced

On December 21st, Cool Hunting and Car and Driver reported that Porsche and Aston Martin will be the first automotive brands to carry the next generation of CarPlay. The next generation of CarPlay will extend to all screens in all cars, including the center console and dashboard; radio and temperature control will also be added to the list of features. In addition, the new version of CarPlay offers themed interfaces for different car manufacturers. For example, the background image of Porsche models with the new CarPlay simulates Porsche’s unique Pepita material texture, while the CarPlay design for Aston Martin models is slightly different, with the brand’s distinctive green color outlining the dashboard. Acura, Audi, Ford, Honda, Jaguar, Land Rover, Mercedes-Benz, Nissan, Porsche, Volvo, and many other automakers have signed on to support the new CarPlay.

By |2024-05-11T12:14:59+00:00December 23, 2023|News|0 Comments

Threads Goes Live in Europe and Other News

Threads Goes Live in Europe

On December 14, Zuckerberg posted on the Threads platform to announce that it is now live in Europe. When accessed from EU countries, Threads can be viewed without registering and logging in, but an Instagram account is still required to actually post or interact with content.Threads has not been supported for use in EU countries since it went live in July in more than 100 countries and territories, and has even proactively used technology to block European users. This is largely in response to compliance requirements in the EU’s Digital Marketplace Act, which comes into force next year; Meta is subject to specific obligations as it is defined as a ‘gatekeeper’ under the Act.

By |2024-05-11T13:04:37+00:00December 18, 2023|News|0 Comments

Osx Uninstaller 2024 Releases & Other Interesting New Apps

Osx Uninstaller 2024: Our editor’s choice for the best Mac app uninstaller with better app removal capability and a new interface

Are you searching for the solutions to completely get rid of Mac apps and clean up the leftovers on your shiny Macintosh machine? Osx Uninstaller is our editor’s choice for the best app uninstaller on Mac, and this newer version Osx Uninstaller 2024 includes a refresh user interface and optimized app removal workflow. All users can upgrade to this new version for free. You can visit the official site for detailed upgrade instructions.


By |2024-05-15T08:32:36+00:00December 18, 2023|News|0 Comments

Mozilla Solo, Intel Core Ultra and Other News

Mozilla Launches Solo, an AI Website Generation Tool

Mozilla has launched a new project called Solo, which aims to help users with no programming experience to build websites through AI. According to the official demonstration, users only need to enter text, images and natural descriptions related to the layout, and the AI will process it into the desired website.Mozilla mentioned in an official statement that the project utilizes AI to generate website content and images, which can then be adjusted by individual entrepreneurs according to the actual situation and their preferred style.

By |2024-05-12T01:58:08+00:00December 15, 2023|News|0 Comments

Total Uninstaller 2024 Review

You may have tried to solve the problems of incomplete uninstall in Windows, which prevents you from updating your applications. There are a lot of applications that you don’t know why and when they are on your Windows PC and you want to get rid of them completely, including the leftovers of these applications. Total Uninstaller can do it all completely, safely and without any hassle. In this review, we’ll show you how effective Total Uninstaller is and we’ll use the latest version Total Uninstaller 2024, which is highly recommended to get the affordable lifetime license while it is available.


By |2024-05-12T01:56:18+00:00December 10, 2023|Review|0 Comments

Google Announced Play Store Best of 2023 and Other News

Google announced the Play Store Best of 2023 list

On November 30th, Google announced the 2023 Google Play Store Best Apps, Best Games and other lists. The best app is Imprint from Polywise, an app that introduces laypeople to all kinds of knowledge in a visual way. The Google Play editorial team awarded Best Game to Wipeout: Star Dome Railroad by China’s Miha Tour team. The Best App award, chosen by Android users, went to ChatGPT, and the Best Game award went to MONOPOLY GO!


By |2024-05-12T08:11:24+00:00December 1, 2023|News|0 Comments
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