Yes, Nintendo isn’t the only one preparing new console hardware for 2024. Indoor games reports that the PS5 Pro details come from documentation Sony recently sent to third-party developers.

Hold your skepticism. Based on reports, the PS5 Pro will offer a more consistent frame rate (fps) at 4K and a performance mode for 8K resolution. It’s also expected to render games up to 45 percent faster and have ray tracing capabilities two to three times faster than current PS5 consoles.

The report says that Sony could be targeting a holiday release for the PS5 Pro to target those increased sales. Can he do Baldur’s Gate 3 does it look pretty much like a computer? Please?

— Matt Smith

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FCC Just Quadrupled Minimum ‘Broadband’ Download Speeds

ISPs must now offer 100 Mbps down and 20 Mbps up to put the desired label on their services.

Late last week, the FCC raised the speeds required to describe Internet service as “broadband” for the first time since 2015. The agency’s annual assessment of high-speed Internet concluded that 100 Mbps downloads and 20 Mbps uploads will be the new standard. The FCC report also breaks down several areas where the country’s online infrastructure is lacking, with broadband not being rolled out fast enough, especially for those in rural areas and those living on tribal lands.

The FCC can’t force ISPs to increase their speeds, but it can prevent them from advertising their services as “broadband” Internet if they don’t meet these new thresholds.

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LinkedIn makes in-app games for a reason

Is this a test?

LinkedIn may soon offer puzzle-based games to give its users something to do besides networking. Application Explorer Is it Ouji? posted a series of X screenshots this weekend showing off some gameplay. Employees’ scores will reportedly affect how the companies they work for rank in the games, which suddenly sounds stressful.

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Starbucks stops wasting money on its coffee NFTs

The Web3 Rewards Program ends on March 31st.


Starbucks is pulling the plug on Odyssey, its Web3 rewards program that gives members access to collectible NFTs. The company updated its FAQ on Friday to let members know that the beta program ends on March 31, and they have just over a week to complete all remaining activities (called trips). They will be closed on March 25.

Don’t worry, Nifty Gateway will continue to host the priceless tokens (Starbucks NFT). And they will remain priceless. I mean… useless.

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