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Red Dead Online players are already banned for modding

Well, this did not take long. Just days after the release of Red Dead Redemption 2 and its multiplayer component Red Dead Online on PC, Rockstar has already begun banning players modifying the latter version – people, one could have unfair advantage over another. According to RDR2.org, those who violate the terms of Red Dead Online which include modifying this …

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Sea-Thru A.I. Automatically removes distortions from underwater photos

Light behaves differently in water than on surface – and this behavior produces blur or greenscent in underwater photos as well as haze that blocks important details. However, with the research of an oceanographer and engineer and a new artificial intelligence program called Sea-Thru, the haze and clogged colors could soon disappear. Apart from the fact that the photos of …

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Compostable cutlery could help solve the world's plastic crisis

Plastic cutlery may look pretty harmless, but it's one of the worst reasons for the current global plastic crisis. In the United States alone, around 40 billion plastic utensils are thrown away each year after just one use. That's a damn shocking statistic – and one that takes a lot of courage to get things done. One company addressing this …

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Best treadmill offers for training at home

Treadmills are by far the most popular fitness equipment for cardio workouts. Treadmills used to be very expensive, and not many people could afford to buy one for home use. Today, however, there are several affordable options that allow an average person to expand their personal gym without breaking the bank. Since the holidays are only a few weeks away, …

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Microsoft Surface Laptop 3 vs HP Specter x360 13

Mark Coppock / Digital Trends Microsoft is most responsible for the emergence of the modern 2-in-1, where clamshell laptops can turn into tablets and some Modes in between. This made the company's redesigned Surface Laptop 3 a weird bird compared to a 2-in-1 notebook like the HP Specter x360 13. Note that there is now a 15-inch Surface Laptop 3, …

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What happens to Tesla electric cars after 300,000 miles?

How reliable is a Tesla? Tesloop, a California-based shuttle service, found this out by bringing Tesla electric cars to the breaking point. The company's seven Tesla's fleet has garnered a total of 2.5 million miles, with individual cars exceeding 300,000 miles, according to Quartz. This makes these cars one of the highest mileage Teslas on the road, showing the hardships …

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Hyundai Develops the World's First Active Noise Reduction Technology

The suppression of road noise has long been a goal for car manufacturers around the world. So far, most of the technology has focused on materials that can not completely block buzzing infrasound. After six years of research and development work between Hyundai and several innovative industrial and scientific partners, they have announced their Road Noise Active Noise (RANC) system. …

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