Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg and Reality Labs chief scientist Michael Abrash have unveiled several prototype VR headsets. The goal, according to Zuckerberg, is to create a device that passes the “visual Turing test,” which is the point at which virtual reality becomes virtually indistinguishable from the real world. And the US chip manufacturer Intel is demanding 593 million euros in interest from the EU after the lifting of a billion-euro antitrust fine – the most important reports at a glance.
For years Meta VR and AR glasses for consumersto advance his vision of the metaverse. In a rare step, the company now equalized four prototype VR headsets before. “I don’t think it will be that long before we Create scenes with basically perfect realism can,” said Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg. He admitted that the perfect headset is still a long way off lies, but the prototypes show the progress Metas Reality Labs has made so far. Meta introduces latest VR headset prototypes
In May 2009, the EU Commission imposed the then historically high penalty of more than one billion euros against the US chip manufacturer Intel. The EU Commission accused Intel, the computer manufacturers Dell, Hewlett-Packard and Lenovo Having granted rebates to handicap rival Advanced Micro Devices. Because the Commission did not adequately examine the company’s objections, the EU court declared in January that Intel’s competitive penalty void after 12 years. Intel got back the billions in fines and is now demanding interest in the millions from the EU. Intel is demanding 593 million euros in interest from the EU
When the baby boomers reach retirement age, it could with workers and pensions in short supply will. Against this background, Siegfried Russwurm, President of the Federation of German Industries (BDI), brought the 42-hour week in the game. That was not well received by the German Trade Union Confederation (DGB). Of “Cheap sham solutions for old-age security” was the talk. 42-hour week against labor shortage: DGB opposes BDI idea
Given the Curtailment of Russian gas supplies threatens gas shortage in Germany next winter. From different sides, therefore, there is always one Extending the lifetime of nuclear power plants brought into play. Economics Minister Robert Habeck (Greens), on the other hand, relies on the Reduction in gas consumption. He wants to take extra action to Saving gas and increasing precaution. The situation is serious. To counteract this, the use of gas for power generation and industry should be reduced and it should be more coal-fired power plants come. Coal to reduce gas consumption: This is how the industry reacts to Habeck’s plan
Meet in less than a week the representatives of the G7 at Schloss Elmau near Garmisch-Partenkirchen. The castle and the surrounding grounds will be already secured by the police. now are secret police documents on the Internet appeared on the last mission at Schloss Elmau in 2015. G7 data leak: Confidential police documents on 2015 summit released
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