SpaceX raised a Falcon 9 rocket vertical on pad 39A at the Kennedy Space Center Thursday, ready for a pre-sunrise blastoff Friday with 53 more Starlink internet satellites, using a booster stage flying for a record-tying 12th time.
Rocket Lab called off the planned launch and recovery of an Electron booster Friday, preferring to wait for better wind and cloud cover conditions a few days from now. The next opportunity to launch the mission from New Zealand is Monday.
With a mission Friday to deploy more Starlink internet satellites, SpaceX will try to shave nearly a week off the company's previous record for the shortest time between two launches of the same Falcon 9 booster. The first stage on Friday's mission is scheduled to fly just 21 days after its previous launch and landing.
The extremely promising DNF Duel has held our attention since its surprise announcement last year, and now it has a release date. The beat-'em-up, which is based on the Dungeon Fighter Online RPG, drops on the 28th June for both PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4.
Much like Arc System Works' current champion, Guilty Gear Strive, DNF Duel promises rollback netcode for smooth online matches. For what it's worth, the game seemed to run really well during its beta tests back in 2021.
Last month, the Airlines Reporting Corp (ARC) reported that its certified travel agency plane ticket sales totaled $5.4 billion. From February 2021 to February 2022, this figure has increased by an astounding 253%. It’s also a 48% increase month over […]
lntel said Monday that its first Arc GPUs will launch on March 30, introducing a third major player into the PC graphics arena.
Intel is expected to announce its first “Alchemist” chip for GPUs on March 30, as part of an 8 AM PT webcast that will formally launch the new chips. Intel has already published a bare-bones landing page that will host the webcast and provide details of the new GPUs.
“What I love about the gaming community is how it constantly pushes the computational limits of hardware and software, especially graphics,” Roger Chandler, vice president and general manager of the Intel Client Graphics Products and Solutions business, introducing the webcast.
Though Intel will officially launch its new Arc chips then, the chipmaker hasn't exactly kept its GPU aspirations a secret. What Intel originally called the Xe-HPG is now being called the Alchemist chip, and will be followed by chips known as Battlemage, and Celestial. Intel has also published performance previews of its PC GPUs in action, such as this video from six months ago.
Intel said in February that it expects to ship more than 4 million discrete Arc GPUs in 2022, which will help alleviate the demand crunch that has hit the PC GPU market, as well as the chip market in general. Intel said then that it would launch Arc Alchemist chips for the notebook market this quarter, and desktop graphics cards beginning in the second quarter of this year. March 30, of course, is the second-to-last day of the first quarter of 2022.
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