The TT Show is back for another big week of news and happenings in the tech, gaming, and science space with Jak and Kosta. This week on TweakTown's official podcast, the duo talks about the Activision Blizzard acquisition by Xbox finally being over. No more legal talk (for now), just fun game speculation.
From there, the discussion leads to an interesting new patent and physical design for what could be the Nintendo Switch 2. However, they're not convinced. This week, we also saw AMD's low-latency tech Anti-Lag+ go from cool new tech to a complete disaster, Netflix expanding its gaming reach, and new 14th-gen CPUs from Intel with the Intel Core i9-14900K leading the pack.
Plus, scientists discover a 'missing law of nature' that blew Jak's mind, and we finally find out what was in those asteroid samples collected by NASA. Life will always find a way - so be sure to tune in!
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All the topics discussed in this week's episode of The TT Show
- Read more: Microsoft closes Activision merger, incorporates 8x billion-dollar franchises into Xbox brand
- Read more: Activision games coming to 'Game Pass and other platforms,' Xbox's Phil Spencer says
- Read more: Nintendo patent reveals what may be a crazy new design for the Switch 2
- Read more: Valve: so, yeah.. enabling AMD Anti-Lag tech on Radeon GPUs = VAC banned on CS2
- Read more: AMD disables Anti-Lag+ tech in ALL games with new driver, after CS2 issues and VAC banning
- Read more: Netflix subscribers will be getting a bunch more games based on hit TV shows
- Read more: Intel Core i9-14900K "Raptor Lake Refresh" CPU Review
- Read more: Sony's first modular PlayStation console to replace all existing PS5s
- Read more: iPhone 15 Pro Max users are reporting Apple's worst problem yet, screen burn-in
- Read more: AVerMedia's impressive new Live Gamer ULTRA 2.1 capture card with 4K 144 Hz passthrough is here
- Read more: New Lord of the Rings game opening cinematic is voiced by Gimli from the movies
- Read more: Scientists discover 'missing law of nature' in the natural world's workings
- Read more: NASA confirms asteroid sample contains the building blocks of life