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Oculus launches subscriptions to Oculus Quest VR headsets

Join GamesBeat Summit 2021 April 28-29. Sign up for a free or VIP pass today. Facebook’s Oculus division has launched subscriptions to Oculus Quest and Oculus Quest 2 virtual reality headsets. Subscriptions are rage, with success for services like Xbox Game Pass, Netflix and Disney +. The subscription model has had mixed success in games, with services such as Apple …

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Bontrager announces next generation Aeolus RSL superwide aero wheels

Bontrager has today released its latest range of Aeolus carbon fiber aero wheels. Offering in depths of 51, 62 and 75 mm, most requirements and features are about what you expect. They are more aerodynamically efficient, more stable in crosswinds, and they are wider than what came before. However, all three new reels are not only for record, but also …

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Google Earth adds time-lapse video to depict climate change

SAN RAMON, California (AP) – The Google Earth app adds a new video feature that draws nearly four decades of satellite imagery to clearly illustrate how climate change has affected glaciers, beaches, forests and other places around the world. The tool unveiled Thursday rolls out in what is billed as the biggest update to Google Earth in five years. Google …

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A Resident Evil 4 VR remake is launched on Oculus Quest 2

Resident Evil 4 will be released in virtual reality on the Oculus Quest 2 headset. Resident Evil 4s VR new recording will be a collaboration between the series publisher Capcom, Oculus’ parent company Facebook and the independent studio Armature. While Capcom did not provide much detail, some early footage shows a first-person adaptation of the classic third-person shooter. Capcom announced …

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‘Skate City’ goes to Switch, PlayStation, Xbox and PC on May 6th

Another excellent Apple Arcade-exclusive road turns into multiple platforms. Come May 6, Skate City from Altos Odyssey develops Snowman and the Scandinavian design company Agens will take over the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation, Xbox and PC via Steam and Epic Games Stores. When available, it costs $ 15. But if you pre-order it on the eShop or Epic Games Store, you’ll …

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PS5 firmware update fixes game deletion remnants

One of the biggest issues this author has had with PlayStation 5 firmware since its launch is how virtually every game deleted from the console would leave a small gray box before PS Store icon. There were ways to fix this: you could start reinstalling the game and then abort it quickly, or you could rebuild the console database each …

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