We’re one week away from the launch of the PS4 Pro, and Sony has finally unveiled which games will support the additional horsepower in its new hardware. Over 30 games, new and old, will be Pro-optimized on day one, and at least 46 games in total will take advantage of Sony’s half-step by the end of 2016. As of right now, this is what we’re looking at: Battlefield 1 Battlezone Bound Call Of Duty: Black Ops 3 Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered Deus Ex: Mankind Divided Dishonored 2 Driveclub VR EA Sports FIFA 17 Firewatch Helldivers Hitman Hustle Kings Infamous: First Light Infamous: Second Son Knack Mafia III Mantis Burn Racing Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor NBA 2K17 Neon Chrome Paragon PlayStation VR Worlds Ratchet & Clank Rez Infinite RIGS Mechan
Kids take fitness into their own hands with wearables like the UNICEF Kid Power Bands. Kids are jumping on the fitness band-wagon. Many parents are seeing their little ones taking a sudden interest in wearable activity trackers — like the Apple Watch that Jennifer Owens’ 12-year-old daughter, Gwendolyn, borrowed this weekend. “She was stepping in place to see how much she could get the tracker to move, and she was really getting into it,” says the Carroll Gardens mom, whose tween bookworm is a bit of a couch potato. “So now she’s saving up to get a Fitbit or another wearable for herself.” Manhattan mom Lyss Stern, founder of the Divalysscious Moms lifestyle site, says her 8 and 11-year-old sons are wild about their Nike Fuelbands, which track activity and sync with social networks to share
The Royal Family Channel via YouTube Prince Philip grew angry and cursed at a photographer during a pre-lunch reception at the RAF Club to commemorate the 75th Anniversary of the Battle of Britain. The Royal Family Channel via YouTube The 94-year-old royal got frustrated with how long a photographer took to snap the shot. WPA Pool/Getty Images This is the end result of the Friday photo shoot. Previous Next Enlarge He is well-known for speaking his mind. And Prince Philip certainly did not hold back when he thought a photographer was taking too long to take his picture, reports the Independent. "Just take the f---ing picture," the 94-year-old snapped while at an official event in London on Friday. The husband of Britain's Queen Elizabeth II was at a photocall to commemorate the 75th anni...
HANDOUT/REUTERS The West Nile Virus was found in mosquitoes this year in Rockland and Suffolk counties. ALBANY — Public health officials in New York State are reminding residents of the dangers posed by mosquitoes after West Nile Virus was found in two counties. People can protect themselves by eliminating standing water in their yards, the state Department of Health said Sunday. West Nile Virus has been found in mosquitoes trapped this year in Rockland and Suffolk counties. It’s the first time this year the disease has been identified in the state. This entry passed through the Full-Text RSS service - if this is your content and you're reading it on someone else's site, please read the FAQ at fivefilters.org/content-only/faq.php#publishers. Health - NY Daily News
Share This article A few days ago, Steam announced that it would begin offering refunds to anyone who wanted them, provided they fulfilled a few minimal requirements. Specifically, if you spend no more than two hours with a title and haven’t owned it for more than two weeks, you can have a refund, no questions asked. The policy has garnered praise for being pro-consumer. But there are some clear negatives for developers who are faced with a surge in refunds with absolutely no answers as to why people are suddenly returning their title. Kotaku has rounded up these reports, which show refund rates climbing by 30-70%. One of the problems with Steam’s policy, from a game developer’s perspective, is that there are dozens of titles on Steam that can be beaten (or mostly beaten) within the t
Share This article As Windows 10’s release date rolls steadily onward, Microsoft has been clarifying some of the concerns and issues that users have been asking. We now know that the free upgrade offer that arrives with the operating system will allow for clean OS installs, that it won’t be locked to a previous version of Windows 7 or 8.1, and that users won’t have to keep an image of an old OS handy in case they ever want to reinstall. There are still questions about other aspects of the license, but this major point has been resolved. We also know that the OS is going to pioneer a Windows-as-a-service model, offer some interesting Xbox Live cross-play opportunities, and, of course, features like DirectX 12. The one thing we don’t know — and by “we”, I mean both tech journalists, use