BILLIONAIRE Sir James Dyson is one of Britain’s most successful inventors. After revolutionising the vacuum cleaning industry, the Brit businessman has invested £2billion into an electric car project. Who is James Dyson and what is his net worth? Born in Norfolk in 1947, Sir James Dyson is worth a whopping $5.2billion, according to Forbes. After studying at art school, Dyson developed his best known product - the bagless cleaner. The inventor had grown frustrated at the loss of suction of his household vacuum when it sucked up dirt. He developed the “G-Force” cleaner in 1983 using cyclonic separation technology already used in saw mills. But the product was not an instant success in the UK as major manufacturers would not buy it because they were worried it would be kill the lucrative cleaner bag market. The disposable bag market was worth £100million a year in Britain at the time. As a result, Dyson took his product to Japan – then the … [Read more...] about Who is James Dyson, when will the Dyson electric car be available and what’s the inventor’s net worth?
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Bethesda has garnered itself a reputation over the years as a company that works hard to maintain its reputation, sometimes doing so in extreme ways. In a new and decidedly controversial effort to maintain control over its intellectual property, the company has put legal pressure on an individual trying to re-sell his copy of The Evil Within 2. Originally reported by Polygon, the story begins with Ryan Hupp trying to sell his unopened PS4 copy of Capcom’s survival horror game on Amazon. According to Polygon, “He’d been expecting to purchase a PlayStation 4, but instead spent his money upgrading a gaming PC.” However, once he put up his copy of the game, he was contacted by Bethesda’s legal firm Vorys to pull down the listing, as well as any other Bethesda products he had on his Amazon Marketplace page. Hupp complied with the request but argued that under the US law of First Sales Doctrine, he should be able to sell … [Read more...] about Bethesda Tried To Stop Someone Reselling A Game
During EA’s recent earnings call, the company revealed its sales predictions for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One and according to EA, Xbox One sales are shy of 30 million which is the closest we get to Xbox One sales numbers since Microsoft has stopped revealing the sales figures. However, Microsoft has refuted the Xbox One sales projections by EA. Microsoft said in a statement to Variety, that the Xbox One sales “projections are inaccurate” and while the company refrained itself from revealing the actual sales figures but reiterated that “engagement is its measure of progress” and also revealed some stats for its live service. The projections are inaccurate. Regardless, we are focused on delivering amazing gaming experiences to players on all devices and engagement is our measure of progress. We just announced a record start to the year with Xbox Live monthly active users up 13% to 59 million. Speaking of the Xbox, Microsoft has revealed that it is looking to … [Read more...] about EA’s Xbox One Sales “Projections Are Inaccurate”, Microsoft Clarifies
By Sherif Saed, Wednesday, 28 February 2018 17:27 GMT There’s a new sale on the American PlayStation Store, and it discounts many of last year’s biggest games. Sony’s Critics’ Choice Sale has kicked off on the US PlayStation Store, slashing the prices of many PS4 and PS3 games. The sale is actually not limited to critically acclaimed titles, but it has a bunch of great deals nonetheless. If you’re only looking for PS4 exclusives, you’ll find the Horizon: Zero Dawn complete edition for $35, Uncharted: The Lost Legacy for $24, Gran Turismo Sport for $40, Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice (console exclusive) for $24 and a few others. Third-party heavy-hitters like Battlefield 1, GTA 5, Call of Duty: WW2, Ghost Recon: Wildlands, Inside, Tekken 7, Assassin’s Creed: Origins, and plenty more are also included. The sale is available until Tuesday, March 6 at 8am PT, 11am ET. PlayStation Plus subscribers get to save extra, too. We’ve included … [Read more...] about Save big on hits like Horizon: Zero Dawn, Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, Gran Turismo Sport and more in PS Store sale
By Sherif Saed, Tuesday, 23 January 2018 14:03 GMT Car rides in PUBG are more often than not very exciting. If you’re not getting shot at every ten seconds, you’re having trouble with vehicle suspension, PUBG road bumps impossible to see, or just plain old unintended mistakes. In that way, driving (or being in) a car in PUBG feels a bit like an adventure not unlike what you’d find in Crazy Taxi. With the right camera cuts, menu mockups, and some editing ingenuity, you can turn PUBG car footage into something out of Crazy Taxi. Talented YouTube user Kiro-GX has created the perfect PUBG Crazy Taxi mashup. They even added scoring to the UI, and kept the aspect ration to 4:3. Just perfect. … [Read more...] about Someone made a PUBG Crazy Taxi mashup and we can’t stop watching it