The Daily Populous

Thursday March 28th, 2024 evening edition

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Speaking on a recent podcast, Dring reckons that “PS5 fans” will upgrade to Sony’s mid-cycle refresh, but “Developers don’t really seem to feel they need it, at least the ones I spoke to.

Many feel they’re not really making the most out of the PS5 in the first place.”.

A couple of companies said this isn’t going to grow the market – it’s not going to move the needle.

This generation doesn’t even seem to have got started really, let alone feel the need for a mid-generation update.

How about we just get some original, next-generation software up and spinning?.

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Canada's First Nations are building the densest neighborhood in the country by reclaiming their ancestral land and defying NIMBYs

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The Squamish people were forced off of this land in the early 20th century and finally won back their ancestral territory about 20 years ago. »

A Nigerian woman reviewed some tomato puree online. Now she faces jail

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A Nigerian woman who wrote an online review of a can of tomato puree is facing imprisonment after its manufacturer accused her of making a “malicious allegation” that damaged its business.

If (you) don’t like it, use another one than bring it to social media or call the customer service.”.

If found guilty, she could face up to three years in jail or a fine of 7 million naira (around $5,000), or both. »

Russia will not attack NATO but F-16s will be shot down in Ukraine, Putin says

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Russian President Vladimir Putin sits in the cockpit of a helicopter simulator at an aviation facility in Torzhok on Wednesday.

Speaking to Russian air force pilots, Putin said the U.S.-led military alliance had expanded eastward towards Russia since the 1991 fall of the Soviet Union but that Moscow had no plans to attack a NATO state.

“We have no aggressive intentions towards these states,” Putin said, according to a Kremlin transcript released on Thursday. »