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The "Fortnite" dance processes are on the verge of falling apart

Alfonso Ribeiro, star of the sitcom of the early 90s The Prince of Bel-Air was one of the plaintiffs who spoke out for a piece of Epic's cash. Ribeiro claimed to be the creator of "Carlton Dance," a stupid routine that sold Epic as Fortnite Emote – unmistakably "Fresh" – within the game. The Hollywood Reporter unfortunately revealed that Ribeiro's …

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Website uses AI to create infinite false faces

The results are imperfect (look at the area under the woman's eyes for a proof), but if everything goes together, it's confusingly realistic. It also does not require much processing power. Wang said motherboard that he used a NVIDIA GPU on a rented server to create a random face every two seconds. This is not so much a technological breakthrough …

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What you can expect from Samsung's Galaxy S10 event

A few months ago, Samsung unveiled the next evolution of its Android skin, called One UI. The key benefit is making it easier to use larger phones by grouping buttons and menus into specific areas of interactivity so you can not reach the right place, anywhere, to make things happen. A user interface is currently planned for release, so the …

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'Pokémon Go' promises action on nuisance pokéstops

Pokémon Go Players have wandered into their yard in pursuit of a virtual pocket monster. Residents will need 40 meters of their property if necessary. Niantic wants to maintain an awareness of people's rights in the same area. As a part of the agreement, Niantic wants to pay for an independent audit to make sure it is complying with all …

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Settlement "Pokémon Go" promises action against annoying pokéstops

As part of the settlement, Niantic will agree to complaints from homeowners claiming that players Pokémon Go claim that they have gone to their garden to pursue a virtual pocket monster. Residents have the right to submit, if necessary, a removal order within 40 meters of their property. Niantic is required to run a complaints database and will issue an …

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Twitter may let us "clarify" (but not edit) our old tweets

"One thing we're seeing now," Dorsey said, "is that people are" canceled out "because of past things they said on Twitter, which is probably an allusion to Kevin Hart's appearance as Hosts of the 2019 Academy Awards lost after homophobic tweets from 2011 surfaced. "There is no credible way to return and clarify or have a conversation to show the …

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The Overwatch League premium pass was not ready for its debut

Audio and video were sometimes broken in individual player streams. The commentators (or casters in the eSports language) occasionally sounded like robots, and the gameplay in certain places looked like an incomprehensible, trippy kaleidoscope of color. There were also framerate issues, especially with multiviewer streams, which combine a player's perspective with the main broadcast feed, an overhead card, and too …

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CBS had reached its streaming subscription target two years earlier

CBS is now increasing its forecast to 25 million domestic streaming subscribers by 2022. By comparison, Netflix reached 60.55 million domestic subscribers in the fourth quarter of last year, though it's been much longer, with a larger library and the largest streaming Content has budget. But CBS should not have problems to increase its content. Looking to the future, the …

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