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Watch Kisara Fight in Her Tales of Arise Trailer

It’s a new one Tales of Arise trailer, and this time it focuses on Kisara. The video focuses on introducing the captain of the Elde Menancia Guard. In addition to showing what it’s like when she fights, it introduces details about her background and personality. As Alphen pointed out, Kisara is one of Dahnans in Tales of Arise. Although she …

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Twitter launches bug bounty contest to detect algorithmic bias

has made plans for a competition with a difference. This time, instead of paying researchers to uncover, Twitter will reward those who find as yet undiscovered examples of bias in the image cropping algorithm. Back in April, Twitter said it would study the creation of its algorithms, starting with image cropping. It started in an attempt to focus on the …

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Pokémon Unite’s “pay to win” mechanics upset some players

Pokémon Unite, The Pokémon Company’s popular free-to-play MOBA on the Nintendo Switch, has a system that many players criticize as “pay to win” and unfair to the competitive integrity of the recently released game. Early on, players can earn Aeos coins (limited to 2100 per week) and tickets. Both of these currencies can be used to buy goods in Aeos …

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14 year old GTA: San Andreas Mod Pulled Fears Take-Two legal action

A group of creators working with the 14-year-old against GTA United, mainly built inside Grand Theft Auto San Andreas, have decided to stop the development for fear of a DMCA removal from Rockstar Games’ parent company Take-Two Interactive. The modders said in an update post that the flood of DMCA removals that the publisher has distributed in recent weeks has …

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M1 MacBook owners complain about slightly cracked screens

A small number of users report a potentially serious issue where the LCD screens of Apple’s latest M1 MacBook Air and M1 MacBook Pro are easily cracked or damaged. The owners outlined the alleged problem in an Apple Support Communities forum thread that posted several claims about cracked screens on recently purchased M1 MacBook Air or 13-inch M1 MacBook Pro …

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Your old Android Gingerbread phone is becoming even more useless

When was the last time you thought about your old gingerbread phone? Google launched Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich to the public almost ten years ago, and started the days of it Tron-inspired Holo UI, but some legendary Android devices -including the Moto Droid X, HTC Evo 4G and Samsung’s original Galaxy S -never jumped. If you’re still holding on …

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