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DUBLIN, Nov. 9, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The “Reliance Jio – Disrupting India Internet” company profile has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.
This perspective on Reliance Jio’s potential to make an impact in the India internet space, along with detailed view on the expected disruption from the entry/presence of Jio platforms in specific internet sectors.
Reliance Jio has truly disrupted the mobile internet space in India, acquiring a base of 400 Mn internet users and has become the leading mobile internet provider in the country, in a span of ~3-3.5 years.
Jio now plans to ride on this promising opportunity through its online platforms across internet verticals like e-tailing (Grocery, Fashion), eB2B retail, digital content, digital payments, eHealth, Ed-tech and others. Post announcement of JioMart, Jio platforms has seen remarkable backing from global investors. Moreover, Jio enjoys strong brand trust among the Jio mobile internet users, which is significantly
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Digital Extremes’ popular free-to-play shooter Warframe is headed to PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X. The game will be playable on the new consoles, and Digital Extremes has now outlined some of the benefits that players will receive when playing on the new machines.
The game will run at up to 4K/60FPS on both consoles. Additionally, there will be “drastically” improved load times, while the game will look better too with dynamic lighting. “The light from the sun now casts long shadows through the trees, foliage creates dynamic shadows as you stalk through it, and the reflections of the dense Cetus market can be seen across your Warframe as you stroll through,” the developer said in a statement.
The studio also built a “game-wide texture remaster” that helps Warframe look more detailed and rich, while this has also created a reduction in download size.
Digital Extremes also confirmed that Warframe
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The launch of the PlayStation 5 is just a week away, and Sony is still detailing some of the tune-ups it’s giving its first-party PS4 library in preparation for the next generation. The apocalyptic game Days Gone is getting a couple of performance enhancements, as detailed by Sony Bend.
In a tweet, the studio announced that Days Gone on PS5 will sport up to 60FPS with dynamic 4K resolution, and your saves will transfer from the PS4 to PS5 version. That way you can keep your progress or start a New Game+ on your shiny new hardware. The tweet isn’t clear if these enhancements are coming from the PS5 hardware boost or the most recent update.
Days Gone is bound to find a new audience, too, as it’s part of the PS Plus Collection on PS5. This list of 20 curated games will be available to play on PS5 at
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Fortnite is one of the thousands of existing games that will be playable on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X, and Xbox Series S when those systems are released next week. Developer Epic Games has now shared some additional insight on its next-gen plans, and they are more extensive than some might have thought.
Starting off, Epic stressed that Fortnite’s PS5 and Xbox Series X editions are not “simply tweaked last-gen builds.” Instead, they are “new native ones to harness the power of the new consoles.”
Epic also confirmed that all progress made on PS4 or Xbox One will carry forward to the next-gen editions, because this progress is tied to your specific game account.
Fortnite On Xbox Series X/S
Getting into the specifics, the Series X/S version of Fortnite will support 40/60FPS on Series X, along with a better-looking world thanks to the power of the machine.
“Experience a more
New Army computer tool will give commanders detailed risk assessments of their soldiers
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WASHINGTON – A new digital tool that the Army is providing its commanders this month will give them a one-stop dashboard with their soldiers’ detailed military and personal histories so they can better gauge issues that impact their unit’s combat readiness.
Army officials said this week that the Commanders Risk Reduction Toolkit, or CRRT, will help company and battalion commanders better understand their individual soldiers, which could help them mitigate potential risky behaviors or other issues that could hurt their combat readiness. CRRT is the latest in a six-year project meant to help commanders reduce risk in their units, said Randy Lane, the chief of analytical assessments for the Army, who unveiled the new platform Wednesday during the virtual version of the Association of the U.S. Army’s annual meeting and exposition.
“It provides a