The TT Show is back, and Episode 13 covers a big week of news and fun happenings in the tech, gaming, and science space. This week, Jak and Kosta dive into the YouTube channel JerryRigEverything's lawsuit against a billion-dollar company, how the final batch of GeForce RTX 4090 GPUs in China are being repurposed for AI, and how a new rigorous study into OLED panels is ultimately good news even if the results show that all OLED displays eventually show signs of burn-in.
Oh, and then there's the curious case of Ubisoft's 'technical error' where players saw in-game full-screen pop-up ads while playing Assassin's Creed! The duo also looks at the state of cloud gaming and services like GeForce NOW, which NVIDIA is increasingly pushing to gain a foothold. And with the shift to the cloud and all things digital, there's also a lengthy tangent all about the importance of physical media in an age where content can disappear.
On the fun side, you definitely want to listen or watch the full episode as the final story involves a Meta Quest 3 and "magical pooping." And, as always, a little bit of GrandTheft auto 6 talk. The latest episode of TweakTown's official podcast can be viewed above or listened to on your favorite podcast service around the globe.
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All the topics discussed in this week's episode of The TT Show
- Read more: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 40 series GPUs now include 3 months free PC Game Pass, GeForce NOW Priority
- Read more: New GeForce RTX 4090 'AI' cards with blower-style coolers pop up in China
- Read more: AMD's next-gen RDNA 4 'Navi 44' and 'Navi 48' from Radeon RX 8000 series GPUs appear in Linux
- Read more: Ubisoft calls full-screen pop-up ads while playing Assassin's Creed a 'technical error'
- Read more: Redditor takes Meta Quest 3 to the bathroom, and says 'Pooping with the Quest 3 is Magical'
- Read more: All OLED panels show signs of burn-in after 10 months of extreme testing, study finds
- Read more: Leak reveals when Grand Theft Auto 6 preorders could go live
- Read more: Celebrities are sliding into the DMs of this fake influencer that's raking in $11,000 per month
- Read more: Students are using AI to make 'terrifyingly' realistic nude images of other students
- Read more: YouTuber exposes a billion-dollar company for right-clicking and saving his ideas
- Read more: Guillermo Del Toro praises physical media owners after Nolan's comments on streaming services