New ‘Halo Infinite’ Insider Information Is Good News For Fans


  • “Halo Infinite” was rumored to be released in 2022
  • 343 Industries denied the rumor
  • New information claims that “Halo Infinite” would be out in 2021

“Halo Infinite” is in its later stages of development, with 343 Industries more likely to focus on the technical aspects of the upcoming first-person shooter title’s development, according to a reliable industry insider.

While many fans were concerned that the “Halo Infinite” release could be delayed again, new information from industry insider Klobrille seemingly suggests that it won’t be the case. On Twitter, the tipster was asked about the game’s 2021 release window following the leadership reshuffle. The game is “more or less complete” and could be released in 2021, the insider responded.

Sadly, no other details about “Halo Infinite” was shared by the insider. Interestingly, the tipster’s comments seemingly suggest that the game’s delayed release was due to technical problems. If

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Tech Halo Is Fading as Traders Pull Most ETF Cash in 17 Months

(Bloomberg) — Whether it’s election jitters, virus concerns or old-fashioned bubble fears, the invincible halo surrounding American tech stocks this year is finally fading.

Investors are on course to pull the most money out of technology-focused exchange-traded funds since May last year, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. More than $1.5 billion has exited so far in October.

Tech names were among the hardest hit on Wednesday as the S&P 500 dropped the most since June amid growing fears the resurgent coronavirus will derail an economic rebound. The Nasdaq 100 Index rebounded 1.2% at 10:25 a.m. on Thursday in New York, though it remains heavily down for the week.

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“They’ve been seen as this sector set apart from the rest of the economy because the profits have kept coming in,” said Tim Courtney, chief investment officer of Exencial Wealth Advisors. “That will start to be tested

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Friday Fry Up: NZ’s halo effect on software, SamKnows due for an upgrade, Parenting online

NZ’s halo effect on software

Being from New Zealand is a good thing. Especially if you develop software. That’s according to the organisation Buy NZ Made, which have launched the NZ Code trademark. Normally, you would expect the stylised kiwi symbol to appear on real-world items like Merino wool jumpers. But it has now made the leap to the virtual world.

Buy NZ Made executive director Ryan Jennings says that New Zealand has “shown what’s possible with a science-and-technology-first approach to COVID-19, and the world has taken notice. Now is the time to follow that up and prove we code software that solves business problems globally and have it received credibly.” (Fingers crossed that Greenhithe situation doesn’t amount to anything.)

Seeing an NZ Code logo displayed by a software service company could improve consumers’ confidence in using local software service, improve clarity on what consumer data protection applies, and be

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Halo: The Master Chief Collection will be fully optimized for the Xbox Series X and S

The Xbox Series X and Series S consoles are less than a month away from release, and ahead of launch, Microsoft is announcing that Halo: The Master Chief Collection will be fully optimized for its next-gen hardware.

Halo: The Master Chief Collection on the Series X / S will run at 120 frames per second in both campaign and multiplayer modes, Microsoft confirmed. Split-screen will also receive some improvements, and the game will get 4K support for the Series X.

The upgrade will be available starting on November 17th, one week after the Xbox Series X / S release. Those who currently own the game will receive a free copy. The game is also available on Microsoft’s gaming subscription service, Xbox Game Pass.

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