No Man’s Sky is now under investigation for false advertising

The UK’s Advertising Standards Authority announced it’s investigating the way No Man’s Sky has been advertised on Steam. Regulators from the ASA have examined the game’s Steam page and, based on the information presented there, compiled a list of ways that No Man’s Sky gameplay deviates from what the company’s advertising copy promises. Rock Paper Shotgun has details on the investigation, as well as the initial findings by the ASA. Discrepancies between the advertised game and the actual title include: Videos: User interface design Ship flying behavior (in formation; with…

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Is Apple Working On A Tank? Bizarre New Patent

Sketches filed in a patent bearing the company’s name show an articulated vehicle which runs on tracks. The vehicle is in two parts and is joined in the middle, similar to a bendy bus. The application is specifically for the steering mechanism, but the tank design itself caused a flutter of excitement in the tech world. But since the patent was spotted the law firm that handles Apple’s patents says the patent is not Apple’s at all, and blamed a typing error. Law firm Morrison and Foerster said the patent instead…

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Alphabet Loses Google Ventures Founder Bill Maris, But ‘Everything Is Great’

Bill Maris, the founder and CEO of Alphabet’s GV (formerly known as Google Ventures), is leaving the company. GV is the venture capital investment arm of Alphabet, which was founded in 2009. GV has made investments in many companies such as ride-hailing service Uber, health food company Impossible Foods, discount online retailer Jet.com, which was recentlyacquired by Walmart for $3.3 billion, and more. During an interview with Recode, Maris revealed that he had spent about eight years in GV and he is leaving to spend time with his family. “I have…

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Analysts: Militarization of South China Sea is fraught with risk of major war

Further militarization of the South China Sea, which Vietnam has now joined in thereby following in China’s footsteps, may cause skirmishes and fire exchanges, as well as internationalization of the conflict involving the United States’ Pacific Fleet, polled experts have told TASS. OPINION Reuters quotes US intelligence sources as saying Vietnam is moving its missile complexes to Spratly Islands in the South China Sea, disputed by China and three other countries. These weapons are capable of hitting China’s facilities on neighboring reefs. The Chinese Foreign Ministry has expressed a strong…

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World’s largest privately owned yacht is headed for Australia

IT HAS a full-size tennis court, a resident sommelier and rooms going for $15 million — and now the world’s biggest privately-owned cruise ship is headed to Australia’s humble shores. Just shy of 200m long, the mammoth residential yacht, called The World, is in the midst of a non-stop journey around the globe. The ship is home to about 130 families who generally only spend between three and six months on board. Since launching in 2002, The World has taken its residents to more than 900 ports across 140 different…

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How the Title I Money Is Distributed

The federal government distributes the $14.5 billion program for poor students, known as Title I, to states and school districts based on four separate formulas. Here is how they work: Basic Formula This formula allocates Title I dollars to school districts based on the number of poor students they serve. A district qualifies for the funding if it has at least 10 poor children and 2 percent of its students live in poverty. This means that virtually all school districts, even very wealthy school districts, get at least some Title…

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KLM airlines is soon to launch on-tap draught beer on flights

PASSENGERS who have thirsted for a better beer experience on a flight are in luck — an exciting addition to the drinks menu is coming to one of Europe’s major airlines. KLM Royal Dutch Airlines is gearing up to be the first airline to serve draught beer on tap. The game-changing development will follow years of experimenting with keg designs to produce the perfect schooner at high altitude. Dutch brewing giant Heineken found the winning formula with an innovative keg design, and the prototype will be used on KLM’s European…

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Faculty Investment Is a Civil Right

In two essays (to be had on Flypaper and his own blog), Kevin Kosar argues that the Essential and Secondary Schooling Act of 1965 is an anti-poverty degree and not a civil rights regulation, as President Obama and the secretary of Schooling, John King, have said. It’s far disingenuous at first-class to say that the ESEA, which presents supplemental price range to terrible colleges, isn’t always a civil rights regulation simply as it does not confer any new rights to Training. The regulation builds off of landmark decisions like Plessy…

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Computer Technology Is Future-Proof

Right here are a number of the more outlandish predictions for the roles human beings would possibly keep within the Future: thoughts–uploading professional, customized microbiome steward or de-extinction zoologist. I, for one, am looking forward to my 2d career in 2030 as a expert “triber” and crowdfunding professional. No person can simply say for sure what the jobs of the Destiny can be. A former educator with whom I lately met argued that uncertainty approximately the Destiny job marketplace manner that giving students opportunities to examine Laptop Technology, at the…

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Why Responsive Web Design is now necessary to succeed?

Designing one’s webpage is like a first impression, something that you see when you meet someone for the first time. It is similar here as well. How intriguing and attractive your webpage is ultimately decides the number of people who’ll be viewing your website on a regular basis. It is like a perfect piece for the puzzle. Having the perfect webpage can be quite an investment, and thus, hiring a professional for this is the best decision one can take as it is, most definitely, the most important page of…

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