Microsoft wants to make Steam buggy and broken, says Tim Sweeney

Epic Games co-founder Tim Sweeney launched a scathing attack on Microsoft and its Universal Windows Platform (UWP) back in March. Sweeney argued that Microsoft is turning the PC into a walled garden and that game developers must fight against it. In a new interview with Edge magazine, Sweeney goes into …

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Dolly's sheep clones are doing just fine

Twenty years after Dolly the Sheep was born out of a test tube, four sheep cloned from her DNA are healthy and aging normally, according to a study published this week. The findings, published in the journal Nature Communications, may dispel long-held concerns that cloned animals age prematurely. Many of those …

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Twitter is adding users, but its biggest problems still remain

From a financial perspective, Twitter’s narrative has been relatively straightforward since it went public in 2013. The company has always struggled with user growth. It couldn’t — and never likely will — grow at the pace or to the magnitude of Facebook, Snapchat, or WhatsApp. But Twitter has in the …

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Adobe is working on realistic 3D digital paint

Artists have been using tablets to make 2D art for years now, and recently, the proliferation of VR headsets and software like Google’s Tilt Brush have also allowed them to paint in 3D space. But while both approaches can produce some beautiful art, neither offers the kind of tactile feedback …

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