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  4. "CARDRIVER" Our trip through the week's stories, including a 401-hp Audi sedan, Mercedes-Benz's promise to go all-electric, and an update on the never-ending chip shortage. The 2020 Olympics (yes, they're still calling them that) kicked off with an opening ceremony in Tokyo on Friday, but the games aren't shaping up to be quite the end-of-pandemic celebration organizers had in mind when they decided last summer to push the start date back a year. Toyota announced Monday that it would not air Olympics-related commercials in Japan — where there is significant public opposition to the games — and CEO Akio Toyoda chose not to attend the opening ceremonies. Toyota isn't totally divesting from the Olympics: Some robots it developed to serve as mascots will still be part of the games. This Week in Sheetmetal Mercedes said this week that it plans to be an all-electric company by 2030, and that it is planning to invest $ 47 billion towards that goal between 2022 and 2030. To get us excited about this electric future, the company has built the EQXX concept , which promises 620 miles of range and a sleek, futuristic design. GMC has confirmed that it will build a second full-size EV pickup (the first being the pickup version of the Hummer EV, which we expect to arrive in 2024). GMC is keeping most details of this truck secret, but we expect it to be closely related to the Silverado EV that's headed to market in 2023 or 2024. We've heard our first official recording of the 2023 Corvette Z06, scheduled to debut this fall, thanks to a teaser video from Chevrolet. The news features the wail of a flat-plane-crank engine that we expect to make more than 600 hp and top out at 9000 rpm. We're counting the days until we can hear it with our own ears. Audi revealed the U.S.-bound RS3 sedan, which will be powered by Audi's distinctive 2.5-liter inline-five engine making 401 hp in this application. Audi says it will hit 60 mph in 3.8 seconds, but we think it'll go even quicker. Autonomous driving company Mobileye is testing self-driving cars in New York City, according to the company's CEO Amnon Shashua, who referred to the city's driving environment as "very challenging" and said testing there was a "huge headache." The company is running the tests despite the inconvenience in an effort to prove that its camera-only autonomous driving setup (as opposed to setups that use both camera- and laser-based object detection systems) is up to the task of operating in a chaotic cityscape. Ford is also forging onward with its self-driving car plans, and announced this week that it, in partnership with Argo AI and Lyft, will offer Lyft customers in Miami and Austin rides in semi-autonomous Ford Escapes starting later this year. The semi in semi-autonomous seems to refer simply to the fact that the cars will have a human driver behind the wheel in case of emergency. Argo says the cars will operate autonomously between pick-up and drop-off. If you'd prefer your Lyft driven in the usual manner, by someone who is simultaneously talking on the phone and texting, fear not. Riders will have the choice to opt out of rides in a computer-driven Escape. Chip crunch Look, we're tired of talking about the chip shortage, too. But rosy reports from earlier this year that predicted a summer end to the shortage are being replaced with predictions of a multi-year chip shortage, and automakers continue to slash production plans. This week, GM said it was cutting production of its fast-selling, high-profit-margin Silverado and Sierra pickups as a result of the shortage. Stellantis CEO Carlos Tavares says the chip shortage will likely continue into 2022. Others predict a future in which chip supply improves in the auto industry but tightens in the tech world, which could lead to shortages of the chips used for smartphones. Further Reading An update on our favorite capsized cargo ship, the Golden Ray, part of which is still in the water off the coast of Georgia, and the mooring cables of which have been vandalized, perhaps by frustrated pleasure cruisers. Companies may be as enthusiastic as ever about autonomous cars, but Consumer Reports has a scathing review of the most recent iteration of Tesla's "Full Self-Driving" software, which it says is lacking crucial safeguards and may be putting the public at risk. And like it or not, it looks like EVs are here to stay. The Wall Street Journal says EV sales have more than doubled in the first half of 2021 compared to the same period last year, while sales of other types of vehicles are up 29 percent.
  5. "BBC" Like a beacon of hope in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games were inaugurated this Friday. The honor of lighting the Olympic cauldron went to the Japanese tennis player Naomi Osaka at the climax of a ceremony that, as expected, was limited by preventive measures to avoid contagion. There was no audience. Only a few athletes, authorities and journalists - wearing masks at all times - were present in an Olympic stadium with a capacity for 68,000 spectators. "Today is a moment of hope," declared the President of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), Thomas Bach. "Yes, it is very different from what we had all imagined. But let's cherish this moment because we are finally all here together," he said. These are 5 highlights from the ceremony of a game that will be very different. The lighting of the cauldron The culminating moment of the ceremony was the lighting of the Olympic cauldron. Naomi Osaka, one of the stars of the moment in Japanese sports, was in charge of carrying the torch on its last stretch. The 23-year-old tennis player climbed a staircase that represented Mount Fuji and was crowned by a sun that was opening like a flower, which signified "vitality and hope." Soberly, Osaka presented the flame to the public, turned around and brought the flame towards the cauldron, which in a few seconds reached its maximum intensity. Although there was no applause for the lack of public, the fireworks over the Olympic stadium created a spectacle at the level of any past edition of the Olympic Games. Latin American joy The ceremony itself was modest, a reminder of everything the world has gone through in the past year because of the coronavirus pandemic. However, athletes from Latin American countries were noted in the parade. With dances, traditional clothes and colorful uniforms, they brought joy to the stadium. The Argentine delegation made their entrance jumping and raising their hands, chanting "Oé, oé, oé". The Colombian costume was very striking, with the traditional Caribbean hats, but with blue kimonos with golden highlights in honor of the host country. There were flashy moments from other countries as well, such as a pirouette the French flag bearer did as he entered, as well as the muscular Pita Taufatofua, the Tonga flag bearer. The planet of drones After the parade of the more than 200 delegations, came the traditional oath of athletes who promised to respect the rules and the Olympic spirit of competition. Then came another of the most striking moments: a show of 1,800 drones. In the sky they made a representation of the Tokyo 2020 logo, which means "unity in diversity". They then rose to recreate the planet with its continents beyond the stadium roof, dramatically lighting up the night in Tokyo. The tribute for those who are no longer Another emotional moment was the tribute to the victims of the coronavirus pandemic. There was a minute of silence for the more than four million people who died in the world from covid-19. But tribute was also paid to the Israeli athletes who died in the 1972 Munich Olympics bombing. Empty bleachers inside, protests outside Holding the Olympic Games in Tokyo has been difficult for the organizers, who had to postpone them for a year and face the rejection of many Japanese to hold them. Tokyo is under a state of emergency, so the public is not allowed in the stands of the sports venues, including ceremonies like those of this Friday. In the Olympic stadium, the thousands of empty seats were covered in colors. But there were people outside. Before the ceremony, some protesters made their voices heard against holding the Games. Dozens of police tried to maintain the protest around the stadium. Months before the start of the Games, 80% of Japanese expressed their rejection of the event for fear that it would contribute to the expansion of the coronavirus, although that rejection dropped to 30% in recent days.
  6. "BBC" After a year of delay, the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games finally started. And they came with sports news. The International Olympic Committee added five sports to the Tokyo program in an attempt to attract a younger audience and reflect "the urbanization trend of sport." Two very similar sports also returned. What are these new sports? And which ones returned? Karate Karate, which originated on the Japanese island of Okinawa, will feature two disciplines at Tokyo 2020: kata and kumite. Kata, which means "form" or "model", is an individual discipline, in which the competitors, or karatecas, are judged according to a series of choreographed offensive and defensive movements that are previously approved. Kumite is a combat discipline that pits karate men face to face in a three-minute fight. There are three weight categories and points are awarded for the techniques used. Surf The surfing competitions will take place on Tsurigasaki Beach, about 100 km from the Tokyo Olympic Stadium. During the 30 minute sets, athletes will try to catch as many waves as they can, usually around 10-12. Only their two highest scoring waves are counted. If they fail to catch two waves, a panel of five judges will evaluate their performance using a five-point system based on criteria including degree of difficulty, innovation, speed, power, and fluidity. The competition is a knockout format, although no one will be left out in the first round, and the lower ranked surfers will enter a repechage-style round. The first series will feature four or five athletes at a time. Skateboarding There are two disciplines of table skating: street and park. Competitors perform individually and are ranked according to the overall level of difficulty and originality of their routines. Street skateboarding has athletes tackle obstacles such as stairs, edges, benches, walls, and slopes, using each section to demonstrate their skills and tricks for a set time limit. Skateboarding in the park is on a track with complicated curves. Competitors speed up corners to perform tricks in the air, to the accompaniment of music. Climbing There are three sports climbing disciplines in the Olympic Games: speed, bouldering (climbing walls without a rope) and difficulty. In the speed discipline, two athletes climb side by side a 15-meter high wall on identical routes. It's simple: the first to reach the top wins. In bouldering, climbers complete a series of routes, known as problems, in as few attempts as possible on 4.5-meter-high structures with steep reliefs. In difficult climbing athletes will climb as high as they can in six minutes on a 15-meter wall with obstacles. Then their rankings are multiplied to give a score and the top eight advance to the final, where they repeat the activity. 3x3 Basketball 3x3 basketball developed from street basketball and is considered the number one among urban team sports. It is played in the middle of a normal basketball court and each team must shoot to the same basket. The teams are made up of four players: three on the court and a substitute. The three-point line in conventional basketball serves as the two-point line in 3x3 basketball. Baskets scored from outside the line add up to two goals, while those from inside add up to one point (free throws also score one point, if the foul is committed inside the semicircle). The winner is the team with the highest score at the end of the 10-minute period, or the first to reach 21 points. Those who return to the Olympics. Baseball and softball are once again present at the Olympic Games in Tokyo. The last time was in Beijing 2008. The basics of both sports are straightforward. Run after hitting the ball with the bat, go all the bases and score a run. The key difference between baseball and softball is that in the former the pitcher throws the ball over the arm, while in the latter, he throws the ball under the arm or hip. Both sports will start in a free-for-all competition. Baseball will continue with knockout games and softball will go straight to medal games.
  7. Teams users will soon be able to open Office files in a browser or standalone apps Using Microsoft Teams to open and edit files such as Word documents or PowerPoint presentations could finally get a lot easier thanks to a new update. The video conferencing service has enjoyed a huge surge in po[CENSORED]rity during the pandemic, with many workers forced to stay at home and embrace remote working. But when it comes to playing nice with its Microsoft Office siblings, Teams often caused irritation by failing to open files from the likes of Word, Excel or PowerPoint properly, leaving users struggling to find or edit their work. These are the best online collaboration software picks around Here's our list of the best productivity software out there We've built a list of the best business webcams on the market Office files in Microsoft Teams Currently, opening Microsoft Office files such as a document, spreadsheet or presentation in Teams is done via the software's own built-in Office viewer or web version of Office. However a new update to Microsoft Teams will let users open Office files in their corresponding app, in a browser or the Teams desktop app. The feature, which allows users to select and set a default option for opening files in Teams, will initially be available for Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint files, and should begin rolling out to users soon. Users will have the choice of three options; Teams - where the Office viewer will open the file automatically within Teams client, Desktop app - which opens the Office client on Windows or macOS, and Browser - where Teams will open documents in Office web, but users cannot make changes to the file. Microsoft says that opening files within the Microsoft Teams ’Office viewer will mean that changes to the original file are automatically saved, but these changes may not fully display if you then try and open the edited files in older Office desktop apps. The news comes shortly after a similar update that should greatly improve the usefulness of search within Microsoft Teams. Microsoft says the upgrade will introduce a completely redesigned search page that uses AI tools to track down exactly the results you need for your business or family work.
  8. We first heard about Intel's Xe Graphics ages ago, and even got a preview of the Xe DG1 "Test Vehicle" at CES 2020. As time continues ticking by, what once might have looked like something with the potential to show up as a budget option on our list of the best graphics cards feels increasingly like a part with no real market. Intel looks to be using this as more of a proof of concept than a full-fledged release - a chance to work out the kinks, as it were, before the real deal DG2 launch sometime, presumably later this year or in early 2022. Technically , the DG1 is available, but it can only be purchased with select pre-built PCs. That's because it lacks certain features and requires special BIOS and firmware support from the motherboard to function. But if you could buy it, or if you think one of these pre-built systems might be worthwhile, how does it perform? That's what we set out to determine. Best Buy currently sells precisely one PC that has an Xe DG1 card. The system comes from CyberPowerPC with a passively cooled DG1 model from Asus, and it might be the only pre-built and DG1 model considering what you get. Besides the graphics card, the PC otherwise has reasonable-looking specs, including a Core i5-11400F, a 512GB M.2 SSD, 8GB DDR4-3000 memory, and even a keyboard and mouse. One problem, however, is the use of a single 8GB DIMM from XPG. Another concern is the limited storage space - 512GB is enough for typical SOHO use, perhaps, but it can only hold a few of the larger games in our test suite. We fixed both problems by upgrading the memory and adding a secondary storage device. The system costs $ 750, and given the specs, we'd normally be able to build our own similar system for around $ 575, not including the graphics card. Unfortunately, that means we have about $ 175 to work with on the GPU. If these were normal times, we'd be looking at GTX 1650 or even GTX 1650 Super cards for that price. Sadly, these are still not normal times, as seen in our GPU price index, which means you'd be lucky to find even a GTX 1050 for that price. And that's part of what makes the Xe DG1 potentially interesting: Can it compete with some of the modest AMD and Nvidia GPUs, like the RX 560 and GTX 1050? Spoiler: Not at all, at least not in gaming performance. We also encountered quite a few issues along the way, too. Intel Xe DG1 Specifications and Peculiarities The Xe DG1 straddles the line between dedicated graphics and integrated graphics. Take Intel's mobile Tiger Lake CPU, rip off the Xe Graphics, turn that into a standalone product, and you sort of end up with the DG1. Of course, Intel had to add dedicated VRAM for the card, since it no longer relies on shared system memory. As noted above, it also requires a special motherboard BIOS that supports Intel Iris Xe, which generally limits it to certain B560, B460, H410, B365, or H310C chipset-based motherboards. The reasons for the motherboard requirement are a bit convoluted. In short, Xe LP, the GPU at the heart of the DG1, was designed first as an integrated graphics solution for Tiger Lake. As such, the VBIOS and firmware get stored in the laptop's BIOS. The DG1 cards don't have an EEPROM to store the VBIOS, which necessitates putting that into the motherboard BIOS. Which of course raises the question of why Intel didn't just put an EEPROM on the DG1, since that should have been possible. Regardless, you can't buy a standalone DG1 card, and even if you buy a system with the card like we did, you can't put the card into a different PC and have it work. Here's the full rundown of the Xe DG1 specs, with the Nvidia GT 1030 and AMD Vega 8 (AMD's top integrated graphics) that we'll be using as our main points of comparison. So, there are two different GT 1030 models, and let's be clear that you don't want the DDR4 version. It's terrible, as we'll see shortly. The GDDR5 model has more than twice the memory bandwidth and shouldn't cost too much more, but some people might be thinking, "Yeah, we can save $ 20 and forego the GDDR5." They're wrong. Less than half the bandwidth makes a slow card even slower, and Intel can easily surpass at least that level of performance, though it will be a closer match between DG1 and the GT 1030 GDDR5. At the other end of the Nvidia spectrum, we'll also include a GTX 1050 to show what a faster card can do. That was nominally a $ 110 card at launch, though the current GPU shortages mean it now goes for around $ 175 on eBay (that's the average price of sold listings for the past couple of months). But that card has 2GB VRAM while the Intel DG1 has 4GB, so we also tossed in the GTX 1050 Ti (originally $ 139) and GTX 1650 ($ 149 MSRP) for comparison in our charts. Those have average eBay pricing of $ 208 and $ 295, respectively, even though the MSRPs are much lower - and neither one can effectively mine Ethereum these days. It might feel like we're maybe going too far, as those cards end up in an entirely different league of performance compared to Intel's DG1, but that was the market when the DG1 was in development. We don't just want to look at Nvidia and Intel, though, so we've also got AMD's Vega 8 integrated GPU via two different processors as another comparison point. One comes thanks to the Asus MiniPC with a 15W TDP AMD Ryzen 7 4800U, to which we've also added 2x16GB HyperX DDR4-3200 memory and a Kingston KC2500 2TB SSD. The other Vega 8 comes via the desktop Ryzen 7 5700G with a much higher 65W TDP, and we've also equipped that system with 32GB of DDR4-3200 memory (CL14, though). The 5700G uses a Zen 3 CPU with eight cores and 16 threads while the mobile chip is a Zen 2 architecture, still with eight cores and 16 threads. We've also included an RX 560 4GB card, which has as much VRAM as the DG1 and GTX 1050 Ti. In the current market where even slow GPUs are sold at premium prices - the GT 1030 is supposed to be a $ 70 card, but currently sells for $ 110– $ 200 - the DG1's price to performance ratio could be its main selling point. Actually, Intel put some effort into the video encoding and decoding capabilities of the DG1 and seems to be pitching that as another potential use case, but we're mostly interested in the graphics performance right now. On a related note, the DG1 felt quite laggy at 4K just running the Windows desktop at times (when resizing windows, for example), which isn't perhaps the primary intended use, but the 4K decoding and encoding prowess might be overshadowed by other factors.
  9. Former Dead Space executive producer & co-creator Glen Schofield has seemingly given his blessing to EA Motive’s just-announced upcoming remake. Glen Schofield is eager to see what EA Motive does with the famed sci-fi horror game. Before he co-founded Sledgehammer Games and became known as a Call of Duty guy, Glen Schofield spent his days at EA Redwood Shores, later known as Visceral Games, where he headed up development on the groundbreaking horror game Dead Space. He wasn't involved in the development of either of the sequels, but following the announcement of the Dead Space remake at yesterday's EA Play, he said on Twitter that the series is still important to him, and he's looking forward to what comes next. "Directing the original Dead Space was one of the highlights of my career," Schofield tweeted. "Excited to see what the EA MotiveStudio team does with it!" Motive, the studio working on the project, replied in kind, crediting Schofield (and, one must assume, Redwood Shores) for paving the way. The Callisto Protocol, in case you missed it, is a survival horror game in development at Schofield's Striking Distance Studios that looks a lot like Dead Space. It's even got neck-worn neon monitor-type things, although horizontal instead of vertical. It's also set in the PUBG universe for some reason. Details haven't been revealed yet but Schofield said he wants it to be "the most terrifying game of all time." In a tweet following the announcement, the former Visceral Studios head said: “Directing the original Dead Space was one of the highlights of my career. Excited to see what the EA (Motive) team does with it! " In a lovely show of gratitude, the EA Motive account responded “You paved the way for us, Glen. Looking forward to the Callisto Protocol as well. " The Dead Space remake will see the 2008 horror rebuilt “from the ground up” in EA’s Frostbite engine. An improved story, characters and gameplay ”are on the cards, and it's set to release in 2022 exclusively for the newer consoles Xbox Series X | S and PlayStation 5 as well as the PC. Schofield meanwhile is heading up The Callisto Protocol, a similarly sci-fi horror themed game at Striking Distance Studios. That game will also launch on PC and consoles in 2022.
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