When Nintendo set a launch date for its Switch Online service, there was an overriding question for many gamers: would you have to pay to play every game online, especially free-to-play hits like Fortnite? The answer is a resounding “yes.” The company has posted a Switch Online FAQ that mentions “some games,” including Fortnite, won’t require the subscription plan when it goes live on September 18th. There’s no mention of the criteria that will decide exceptions to the rule, although it wouldn’t be surprising if other free-to-play games, like Warframe, make the cut.
The team accomplished this by creating a lung scaffold from the organ of another animal using both detergent and sugar to wipe out all the cells and blood — only the proteins were left. After that, they immersed the scaffold in a tank filled with nutrients, and added the pigs’ own lung tissue cells using […]
News apps are rapidly emerging in the digital era, where Google News still stands at the forefront. While some e-portals are fading on the sidelines of the internet, Microsoft launched a new version of MSN news app called ‘Microsoft News’ for both Android and iOS, confirmed in a blog post on June 20th. “Microsoft News is the […]
Take that, iOS.Google’s Measure app comes to all ARCore-compatible Android phones Google Measure, the digital substitute app for anyone who doesn’t own a physical tape measure, has just received a much needed update. In contrast to the earlier version — which was limited to Google’s augmented reality (AR) platform Tango — the new and improved […]