Biden promises vaccines for all by May, Microsoft unveils Mesh
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President Joe Biden has announced the US is on track to have enough vaccine supply for every adult in America by the end of May.
Speaking at the White House, Biden said his administration had stepped up the vaccination process.
In a further tweet, Biden directed states to prioritize educators for the vaccine rollout Last, saying school staff and childcare workers should receive at least one shot by the end of this month, Microsoft has unveiled a new cloud based VR platform known as mesh that lets users meet in virtual spaces announced at the company's ignite Developers Conference.
mesh is designed for telepresence in VR and AR across devices.
Like the HoloLens, VR headsets, iOS and Android devices and smart glasses, while users will appear as digital avatars, Microsoft says the technology will allow people to scan themselves with cameras and appear in a VR space as a hollow portation of themselves.
And Epic Games the creator of hit games like fortnight, Rocket League and Gears of War has acquired tonic games group, the developer behind four guys ultimate knockout.
In a blog post on Tuesday.
Epic CEO Tim Sweeney said the move was about investing in creative talent to build the games of the future.
The players shouldn't expect any changes to gameplay as a result of the acquisition.
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