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Red Hat sets out roadmap for CoreOS integration

Red Hat sets out roadmap for CoreOS integration

The extended partnership will allow customers of both the companies to build and deploy containerized applications on a single integrated container platform. The company also provides an expert consulting service to companies seeking to introduce the service free of charge. This sentiment resonated with some customers who said they hoped Red Hat's interest in working with multiple providers might offer an approach to help alleviate cloud lock-in problems.


God of War Photo Mode Launches Today

God of War Photo Mode Launches Today

God of War received some minor flak for its in-game menus being too hard to read from a distance thanks to small text. Jeet Shroff, the Engineering Lead at Santa Monica, explains that Photo Mode gives players the freedom to engage creatively with the game, "with player choice being such a central theme to numerous decisions we made on God of War , we sought to deliver a Photo Mode with lots of options".


EA Insists Its Loot Boxes Are Not Gambling As Regulators Clamp Down

EA Insists Its Loot Boxes Are Not Gambling As Regulators Clamp Down

EA knows this all too well, and the launch of Star Wars Battlefront II turned into a trainwreck after the game launched with a confusing progression system propped up by microtransactions (which was eventually scrapped, we might add). And some people, policymakers, and regulators - including the gaming authorities in Belgium and Netherlands - that those card packs have are gambling.



Aerospace Valves Market Outlook 2024, Global Opportunity & Growth Analysis

Furthermore, the research study is segmented by Application such as , & Other with historical and projected market share and compounded annual growth rate. The Porter's Five Forces model and the SWOT analysis are also a fraction of this study so as to assist businessmen in recognizing the spirited background of the Industrial Cartridge Valves market .


ZTE says main business operations cease due to USA ban

ZTE says main business operations cease due to USA ban

Analysts say that tech firms such as Intel, Qualcomm, Google, among others, would also be impacted by the ban of ZTE, China's second biggest telecom equipment maker. It blamed a decision from the Commerce Department banning US businesses from selling to the Chinese firm, after it pleaded guilty to conspiring to sell technology to Iran in violation of USA sanctions.