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Monday August 29th, 2022 day edition

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Watch on YouTube Marvel's Spider-Man Remastered on PC - here's the original Digital Foundry tech review.

Digital Foundry: The game is shipping on DX12: were the tools on PC DX11?

On PC, that feels like it is always the primary concern, right - to make sure that we can leverage all the memory appropriately.

Digital Foundry: Marvel's Spider-Man Remastered launched with ray traced reflections on PS5, using the proprietary Sony ray tracing API there and all that entails.

Watch on YouTube How does Marvel's Spider-Man Remastered run on Steam Deck and what are the preferred settings?

Digital Foundry: Beyond making it functional on PC, you also brought in enhancements over the PS5 version in terms of ray tracing.

PS5 delivers excellent ray tracing support - but pushed to the max, geometry and texture quality is radically improved on PC. »

Family May Take Form Of Unmarried Partners, Queer Relationships: Court

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"Familial relationships may take the form of domestic, unmarried partnerships or queer relationships", the Supreme Court has observed, while noting that an ''atypical" manifestation of a family unit is as real as its traditional counterpart and deserves protection under the law.

Familial relationships may take the form of domestic, unmarried partnerships or queer relationships," a bench of Justices DY Chandrachud and AS Bopanna said in an order uploaded on Sunday.

(Except for the headline, this story has not been edited by NDTV staff and is published from a syndicated feed. »

National Anger Over the Removal of Abortion Rights Is Catching Up to the GOP

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With about 10 weeks until Election Day, Republicans are still in a position to claim a majority, but their lead in the polls has been shrinking.

The issue of abortion rights has enraged and energized the Democratic base, especially women, after the Supreme Court struck down Roe v. Wade in June.

According to the CBS poll, twice as many likely voters said they would vote for members of Congress who supported abortion rights rather than for those who opposed them. »