The PUBG Mobile 0.15 update is set to roll out on October 16. The game will go offline 00:00:00 to 07:00:00 (UTC) on October 15 for maintenance. The company has asked users to update before October 22 to get Parachute Trail x1 and 2,000 BP.The PUBG Mobile 0.15 update features a new Payload Mode and comes with an updated Survive Till Dawn-Halloween mode. The game has now collaborated with Walking Dead for the new update.The company will take the Darkest Night offline for better optimisation. Some of the top enhancements include ability to leap in mid-air to access places that were inaccessible earlier. The update also has new vehicles including helicopters and BRDM 2 for water. Gamers can also explode fuel drums as a trap. In the weapons department, PUBG Mobile’s 0.15 update comes with optimised M16A4, Vector, UMP45 and MK47Mutant. The update also includes the popular Desert Eagle. ALSO READ: Call of Duty Mobile: Getting started with … [Read more...] about PUBG Mobile 0.15: Release date, top features, everything else to know about next big update
In brief: Intel has revealed new information about its Xe Graphics Architecture at the company's HPC Developer Conference in Denver, Colorado, ahead of the Supercomputing 2019 event. We already know a few details about intel’s gaming-focused Xe GPUs, which you can read more about in this preview. Now, Intel's SVP, Chief Architect and General Manager of Architecture, Raja Koduri has revealed the architecture roadmap for Xe and its product lines. The Xe architecture will be offered in three designs: LP, for integrated graphics on processors; HP, which covers the mid-range, enthusiast, and datacentre/AI segments; and HPC for high-performance computing. The first Xe Graphics Architecture for HPC and AI will arrive as the 7nm “Ponte Vecchio” graphics card. Intel calls the card its “first exascale graphics card,” and it will debut in the Aurora Supercomputer—the world’s first exascale computer—at the Argonne National Laboratory in 2021. Intel … [Read more...] about Intel reveals Ponte Vecchio, its Xe HPC GPU
Back in 2010, Apple’s iconic co-founder Steve Jobs was not entirely enthralled with the enterprise. In fact, Jobs is famously quoted as saying, “What I love about the consumer market, that I always hated about the enterprise market, is that we come up with a product, we try to tell everybody about it, and every person votes for themselves.” He added, “They go ‘yes’ or ‘no,’ and if enough of them say ‘yes,’ we get to come to work tomorrow. That’s how it works.” That was an accurate enough representation of the way things worked when Jobs made the statement. Back in those days, IT kept tight control over the enterprise, issuing equipment like BlackBerries and ThinkPads (and you could have any color you wanted — as long as it was black). Jobs, who passed away in 2011, didn’t live long enough to see the “Bring Your Own Device” (BYOD) and “Consumerization of IT,” two trends that were … [Read more...] about Apple’s enterprise evolution
If you've ever been in pain, you know how it can affect our relationships. Whether it's an infected tooth, a headache, or anything else, we're not our best at relating to the people around us. Source: OpenClipart-Vectors/Pixabay For those dealing with chronic pain, the toll on relationships can be severe. Both partners tend to suffer as the pain takes center stage, crowding out other parts of life. Based on a recent study, some of the common ways chronic pain affects couples include: Stress: Chronic pain often requires frequent medical visits, which can tax a partner who needs to accompany the person to the appointments. Pain-related disability may also force a person to stop working, creating financial strain and requiring a spouse to take on extra work. Distress: Marital satisfaction tends to go down when one partner experiences disability; both partners are more likely to experience depression when one partner … [Read more...] about What Happens When Partners Fight Chronic Pain Together?
Mister Yonov Frederick Agah, Deputy General Director of the World Trade Organisation, who took part in the forum shared his insights into African industries and markets and their relations with outside global players. Sputnik: Great Britain and other nations, including the USA and France, are beginning to return to African countries because this is a place where relatively cheap labour and inexpensive natural resources remain. How is the expanding influence of China, the USA, and Europe affecting industries in Africa? Yonov Frederick Agah: I think we have to understand two things. Trade is about exchange between countries, and it’s expected that all countries should benefit from that exchange. Unfortunately, countries are not equally endowed; so, maybe because of resource endowment, because of capacity, because of location, sometimes because of policy misalignment countries don’t benefit as they should from trade. If you look back at the colonial times – I … [Read more...] about Commercial Wars and Energy Wars: a Zero-Sum War?