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Microsoft nerfs Gaming on , Anbernic launches a budget Steam Deck competitor, QR code powered Steam logins, AV1 hardware encoding on the Arc A380, and FEX-Emu learns how to .

Nondeterminism means never having to say you are wrong.

24hrs later and I noticed the AIO Pro has +24dBu analogue/digital alignment.

No more RNG gain staging when adding outboard gear to a DAW.

GNOME Web is getting extensions! Dropping X11 for GTK5, Raspberry Pi introduces a $6 Pico, and is it time to give up on Github?

M.2 mods shorten the life of Steam Decks, Crypt of the NecroDancer gets its first update in 5 years, Unity lays off 4% of their workforce, Xonotic 0.8.5 brings the pretty, and celebrating 25 years of Simutrans.

"Ubiquiti" and "enterprise equipment" don't go in the same sentence.

If the sentence is negative, then the auxiliary verb is in the affirmative.

Two years of living with a , Rust is headed to the kernel, a 7 inch mini laptop from MNT Research, and simulating retro analog TV with a .

The begins! Intel Arc A380 gaming performance disappoints, FidelityFX Super Resolution 2 is opened-sourced, adding a Portal gun to Half-Life 2, and bans players from private servers.

...and I've 100%'ed the game. Safe to say that the project is fairly playable! Only issues I noticed were some weirdly displaying particles in the volcanic crater. Can't wait until Jak 2 is ported.

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The Microsoft Store bans copycat open-source apps, Chrome OS Flex is ready for testing, Kernel 5.19 RC1 adds support for LoongArch CPUs, and transforming a Raspberry Pi into a laptop on the cheap.

Six player online mayhem and madness was everything we hoped it would be. Networking held up for the most part. The build uses and the performance was excellent.

turns 20! FINAL FANTASY VII is verified, adds experimental support, running Minecraft in the cloud, and : Shredder’s Revenge faces... the CHARIQASITION.

Update: As of version v0.1.5, the Linux version now has sound!

I think it's only a matter of time before this port becomes the best way of playing this game. A nice win for game preservation.

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Poking TMNT: Shredder’s Revenge with the stick. Online multiplayer was solid.

Live were lost, pizzas consumed, but no Shredders were harmed.

K-9 Mail joins the family, rolls out total cookie protection, System76 is working on a new keyboard, adding an audio jack to your Raspberry Pi 400, and RIP IE 11.

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