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Netflix Adding Spatial Audio Support For iPhones And iPads

Netflix is rolling out spatial audio support for iPhones and iPads. The spatial audio feature has been rolled out to music streaming services such as Apple Music recently and its appeal is that it enhances the separation (or ‘space’) between sounds or instruments in the audio you are playing. This makes watching movies with headphones…

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YouTube Premium Members Can Get Stadia Pro Free For 3 Months

Google has been promoting the YouTube Premium service as an alternative to the free version of YouTube, which is plagued by frequent advertisements and the inability to play songs in the background. Google Stadia Pro is another upcoming cloud service from Google that allows people to play resource-intensive video games from any device, even if…

How To Do Limit Orders On QuickSwap

Decentralized exchanges (DEXes) have revolutionized trading by facilitating currency trades via non-custodial wallets, and eliminating the complex registration process that traditional centralized exchanges entail. However, getting your desired buying/selling price is not easy on decentralized exchanges. This makes it more difficult to turn a profit on your trades. Limit orders have made centralized exchanges more…

GM Truck Production Stunted By Semiconductor Shortage

General Motors has announced that they will cut the production of trucks due to the global semiconductor shortage. The production cuts will occur at North American plants. The Flint, Michigan plant will operate on one production shift on the week of July 26, and the Fort Wayne assembly plant in Indiana that manufactures the Chevy…

NVidia Brings Ray Tracing And DLSS To ARM, Linux

NVidia, one of the largest manufacturers of graphics processing units (GPUs) for video cards has brought features offering by their high performance GPU product lines to Linux devices with ARM processors. The features are Ray Tracing and DLSS. Windows PCs using the x86 instruction set architecture as well as the Xbox and PlayStation consoles have…