Tech & Science Red Dead Redemption 2 offers plenty of ways to get sweet goods with and without money. That being said, in this guide offers some glitch-free tips to get rich quick. If you want to buy that top-notch gun or cool outfit, here are a few steps on the road to getting there. 1) Play the Campaign: This may seem like a frustrating tip, but it’s probably the best one. Campaign missions take you on quests that include robberies, claiming bandit camps and other worthwhile activities that direct you toward serious loot. Simply put, Red Dead Redemption 2 is designed in such a way that its developers don’t really want players engaging in tedious grinds for cash. Just by playing through, you’ll earn most of the game’s best weapons and other goodies without spending a dime. Eventually you’ll find that you have such a good loadout that money stops becoming an issue. 2) Three Gold Bars In the Money Cave: Go to this spot east of Adana Falls, and … [Read more...] about ‘Red Dead 2’ Fast Money Guide
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Sep 17, 5:34 AM EDT Newsletter Signup BusinessTechnologyWorldNationalMedia & CultureOpinionSportsLuxury Business By Ranjitha Shastry 09/17/18 AT 5:01 AM The Commodity Futures Trading Commission Chairman J. Christopher Giancarlo said he favored a limited regulatory approach to cryptocurrencies to let them develop. The CFTC chief spoke to CNBC at the Singapore Summit on Sept. 14 and discussed his views on a framework for cryptocurrency regulations. Giancarlo compared cryptocurrency to the internet, which he said flourished because regulators didn't step in rigidly but rather applied a careful, "do no harm" approach."I’m advocating the same approach to cryptocurrencies and all things having to do with this new digital revolution of markets, and of currencies, and of asset classes," he said.At the same time, Giancarlo also pointed out that some regulation was required because fraud and manipulation often seen in foreign exchanges and precious … [Read more...] about CFTC Chairman Says Cryptocurrency Needs ‘Do No Harm’ Approach
There has been an ongoing employee "poaching" from electric car-maker Tesla to Apple for a few years now, and the trend has recently accelerated, it seems. Back in 2015, Tesla's CEO Elon Musk said that Apple serves as the " Tesla graveyard " for staff that left or was no longer needed. Fast forward a few years, however, and Apple seems to have nested no less than 46 people that used to work for Tesla since the beginning of 2018. What is Apple doing with all these engineers, supply chain or procurement specialists, and even interns that ended their sting with Tesla? Well, they are reportedly working not only on Apple's car ambitions, but also on "display, optics, and battery-tech" for the myriad of mobile devices that Apple makes. The company from Cupertino can afford to pay 150% of the salaries that Tesla doles out, and that might be one of the reasons that high-profile talent like Tesla's VP of engineering Doug Field is now back at Apple, after a few years at the electric … [Read more...] about Apple keeps poaching Tesla people for work on cars and batteries: ‘We have 100 times less money than Apple’
OLED is the future of television. Or, at least one of the many possible futures televisions could take down the road. It's a technology that becomes infinitely more interesting the more you know about it and, even for those of us who know quite a bit, still finds a way to improve upon itself year over year. OLED (which stands for Organic Light Emitting Diode) describes a type of panel that TVs use - like LED-LCD, plasma or CRT. It's different from the other types of panels that have come before it, but the overarching idea is exactly the same: OLED panels help bring images and video to life in front of your eyes. In short: OLED truly is the next big thing in home entertainment and it's finally at a price where the average consumer can buy one their own. It offers better image quality (think blacker blacks and brighter whites), reduced power consumption and fast response times over traditional LED TVs.So why doesn't everyone own one? Because it's prohibitively expensive and … [Read more...] about OLED TV: what you need to know
Last year's release of the Ryzen processors, built around AMD's new Zen core, was a major event for the chip company: after years in the doldrums, AMD finally had processors that were credible alternatives to Intel's chips. However, AMD still didn't offer Intel much competition, because its chips lacked an important feature: integrated GPUs. In both the laptop and the mainstream and corporate desktop markets, most processors sold combine a CPU with a GPU, while discrete GPUs are reserved for high-performance, gaming, and other specialized systems. The first wave of Ryzen chips all needed to be paired with video cards. That made them appealing to enthusiasts and certain high-performance markets but irrelevant to Intel's bread-and-butter market. We knew that situation was temporary. A few mobile processors that combined Zen with a GPU hit the market late last year, and desktop parts were promised for February at CES. The first two chips to use the "AMD Ryzen Desktop Processors with … [Read more...] about Desktop Ryzens with Vega graphics: Is fastest-ever integrated GPU fast enough?