Computing

Everyone uses the Steam Deck to play games that are perfect for the Switch

Photo: Valve Valve’s Steam Deck promises the same portable freedom as the Nintendo Switch, but with much more powerful tech under the hood, capable of running the most lavishly produced AAA games. A few months later, according to a blog post from Valve, it turns out everyone just uses the thing to play a bunch …

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Take-Two CEO ‘skeptical’ of wasteland-filled metaverses supposedly worth millions

Photo: Jonathan Leibson (Getty Images) The Metaverse has quickly become a popular topic of speculation for tech companies and wealthy CEOs as they scramble to not be left behind as people search for ways to escape our digital hellish landscape today. today. But the Metaverse is (probably) one giant bust, and Strauss Zelnick, CEO of …

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Error-Free Quantum Computing Gets Real

Fundamental Breakthrough: Errorless Quantum Computing Becomes Reality

Artist’s impression of gate operations on logic quantum bits, which are protected against defects by means of quantum error correction. Credits: Johannes Knünz Demonstration of the fundamentals of fault-tolerant quantum computing Due to the high-quality workmanship, errors when processing and storing information have become rare in modern computers. However, for critical applications, where even simple …

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Logitech’s Lift vertical mouse saved my wrists but didn’t escape my grimy grip

The Logitech Lift is a solid vertical mouse, but it’s a little too sensitive to finger grease. Photo: Florence Ion / Gizmodo My wrists are killing me. It’s probably because I’m getting older, but I also have carpal tunnel from years of poor posture and ergonomics. Ever since I started working from home — long …

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