The Morning After: No, it didn’t shut down Google Stadia

Google responded to rumors last week that it might shut down its Stadia gaming service this year: “Stadia is not shutting down,” the official Stadia Twitter account said to a concerned fan in a tweet it spotted. computer games. “Rest assured, we’re always working on bringing more great games to the platform and Stadia Pro.”

I mentioned in my story that it was a bit quiet on the Stadia front when competing game streaming options upped their game. Hopefully Google has some exciting plans to reveal sooner rather than later.

– Matt Smith

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But it is only available on Galaxy S21 phones in Korea at the moment.

With horror stories of hackers selling personal information, sending your smartphone in for repair can be stressful. Yes, you can wipe your phone, but then you have to go through the trouble of getting it back afterwards. Now, Samsung has provided a solution with its own repair mode.

According to a Korean advertisement I spotted SamMobileUnder Battery and Device Care in Settings, you can activate the new mode. Samsung hasn’t explained the technology behind the feature, but when you activate it, it will hide your personal information, photos, messages, and linked accounts. Only pre-installed device apps will be visible to the technician.

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There is no release date for the project yet.

A group of former CD Projekt Red developers are working on a new online action game set in feudal Japan. This week, Dark Passenger co-founders Jakub Ben and Marcin Michalski announced the formation of their studio and put out a call for talent in a series of tweets. Ben and Michalski were part of the technical team Witcher 3 And they contracted to work Cyberpunk 2077 movie.

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There is a risk of a “minor change of identity”.

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A free tool developed by Tencent researchers, GFP-GAN (Generative Facial Adversarial Network) can recover damaged and low-resolution images. The technology combines information from two AI models to fill in the missing details of an image with realistic details in a matter of seconds. However, it makes an informed guess about the missing content, so you may see a “slight change of identity”. This is not a novelty. Could you .

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These images look like official press photos of the Galaxy Z Flip 4 and Fold 4.

Evan Blass

Samsung is set to unveil its next foldable phones in just a few days, but these marketing images leaked by Evan Blass give the game a bit further. It has posted images of the Galaxy Z Flip 4 and Z Fold 4 in different colors, which indicate that the hardware design is not much different from Samsung’s recent foldable devices. The company’s Unpacked event is scheduled to take place at.

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