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There is a surge in Linux gamers with the release of Windows 11

Don has been writing professionally for over 10 years now, but his passion for the written word started back in his elementary school days. His work has been published on Livebitcoinnews.com, Learnbonds.com, eHow, AskMen.com,... Read more. The release of Windows 11 has seen a recent surge in Linux adoption over...
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Steam for Chromebooks might finally be coming soon

Chromebooks are great for working and are typically affordable, lightweight, and have good battery life. Chrome OS has just enough functionality for most people but when it comes to gaming, they falter. Steam is one of the most popular gaming platforms on Windows, Mac, and Linux, and even if you have one of the best Chromebooks, you still won’t really be able to play any games. There are certainly workarounds to run Steam on your Chromebook right now if you really want to, but it’s not as good as native support. That might finally be set to change.
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Tech companies are forcing users into ‘ultimatum’ on privacy, ProtonMail says as poll shows disregard for data

An astonishing one out of every five people in Britain take no steps to protect their personal data, despite it being one of their highest concerns.Misleading marketing campaigns, unreadable terms and conditions contracts, and similar issues have led to customers being unaware about exactly what personal digital information about them is being collected, according to YouGov polling conducted by Proton, shared exclusively with The Independent.Consumers’ concerns include email scanning, with 90 per cent of people saying they do not want companies to engage in the behaviour, contact scanning (87 per cent), and location tracking (79 per cent).Financial statements being left...
TECHNOLOGY

Forget the Steam Deck – gaming Chromebooks with Steam support could be coming soon

You may not think of the humble Chromebook as a gaming device, but that could change, as it looks like official support for Steam in Chrome OS is coming soon. According to a report by Android Police, official Steam support in Chrome OS, the operating system Chromebooks use, could be coming soon. Codenamed ‘Borealis’, it seems a beta version could be included in Chrome OS 98.0.4736.0, which will be made available as an early ‘Canary’ version for testing imminently.
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lvhspiratepress.org

Linux Gamers Increase Steam Growth, Windows 11 Popularity Surges

According to Valve’s most recent hardware survey in November, the number of Linux gamers active on Steam has increased by 1.16 percent, and there has also been a large increase for Windows 11 adoption (more about that later). The number of Linux gamers on Steam has been steadily increasing since...
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paultan.org

Geely Group turns 35 – A journey through its years

As the Geely Group approaches its 35th birthday, it is now a global group of automotive companies that has generated US$47.191 billion (RM200.1 billion) in revenue last year. In 2020, brands under the Geely automotive group sold more than 1.32 million units, and has come a long way from founder and chairman Eric Li Shufu’s early years of sourcing and selling refrigerator components, itself having arisen from the search for chemicals for developing film for his prior photography venture.
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Official Steam for Chromebooks support could launch this month

Steam support for Chrome OS devices has been in development for a few years now. Code-named “Borealis," the system is intended to bring a fast, easy, and integrated gaming experience to Chromebooks. We've already looked into work on enabling the Vulkan graphics library in Crostini, unlocking gaming capabilities that will be required for Borealis. Now we've uncovered another important piece of the puzzle, as the first system flags arrive for the Borealis beta.
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GamingOnLinux

Heroic Games Launcher for Epic Games appears popular with over 100K downloads

Despite the Epic Games Store not offering Linux support at all, it still seems to be somewhat popular with Linux users as the unofficial Heroic Games Launcher hit a big downloads milestone. Taking into account that the project does now also support Windows and macOS, it was originally Linux-only up until July 2021 where it gained initial support for the others.
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The Mind-Blowing Way Ghostbuster's Stay Puft Scene Was Actually Filmed

The newly released "Ghostbusters: Afterlife" is as much a continuation of the "Ghostbusters" franchise as it is a love letter to the series as a whole – and with all the Easter eggs and callbacks that director Jason Reitman included in "Afterlife," it's worth taking a look back at the movie that started it all.
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tellusdaily.com

steam: Chromebooks could quickly turn into extra gaming-friendly, right here’s how – Occasions of India

On the subject of gaming by way of Steam, the Chromebooks fall wanting direct and straightforward strategies like going to the Steam web site and downloading the video games, as there isn’t any help for the Steam consumer. However that might change within the coming months as native Steam help might launch for the Chromebooks, as per a report by Android Police.
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vnexplorer.net

Chromebooks may soon become more gaming-friendly, here's how

When it comes to gaming via Steam, the Chromebooks fall short of direct and easy methods like going to the Steam website and downloading the games, as there is no support for the Steam client. But that could change in the coming months as native Steam support could launch for the Chromebooks, as per a report by Android Police.
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projecttopics.org

Proton therapy lowers risk of side effects in cancer compared to traditional radiation

PHILADELPHIA – Proton therapy leads to significantly lower risk of side effects severe enough to lead to unplanned hospitalizations for cancer patients when compared with traditional radiation, while cure rates between the two groups are almost identical. The findings come from an expanded analysis of the largest review of its kind, performed by researchers in the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania, to evaluate whether or not patients undergoing radiation therapy at the same time as chemotherapy experienced serious adverse events within 90 days. Researchers found proton therapy reduces the relative risk of these side effects by two-thirds. JAMA Oncology published the findings today.
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