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Plex could be the new king of streaming television

Live TV has arrived for Plex and it’s actually very awesome. Completely free for Plex users, there are now over 80 channels that can be streamed absolutely free, including lots of great content like dedicated channels for AFV, Wipeout, Deal or No Deal, as well as standard channels like Yahoo Finance, Toon Goggles, Reuters, IGN and many other. This live …

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20 Xbox Series X games revealed (trailer): each game shown

The summer of Recorded E3 events continue! Sony told us all about PS5 games a few weeks ago, and now Microsoft’s Xbox Showcase is ready, bringing a handful of new games and some exclusive Xbox Series X games, some of which are coming out this year. In addition, every game on this list is available through the Xbox Game Pass. …

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Corning introduces new scratch-resistant ‘Gorilla Glass Victus’ that could be used in future iPhones

Apple partner Corning today announced its latest product, which it calls Gorilla Glass Victus. Gorilla Glass Victus is more scratch-resistant than previous versions of Gorilla Glass, and Corning says manufacturers using it for their devices will notice significant improvements in drop and scratch performance. Corning has shared a video showing Gorilla Glass Victus surviving a series of tests, including drops …

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Samsung Money from SoFi Now live in the USA

Samsung money is now live in the US for Samsung Pay users. If you have no idea what I’m talking about, it’s probably because a lot has happened since the first announcement in May. This is 2020 for you guys. Samsung Money is a digital first money management platform to which a physical debit card is connected if required. However, …

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Android 11 is Red Velvet Cake

Google discarded the official dessert names with Android Q last year. Since Android 11 rolled out its beta preview, we haven’t thought about what a dessert name might look like for it. It is sad that we gave up like this at our age, but rest assured that not everyone has it, and there are those in this industry who …

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Twitter plans to test subscription models this year

After a drop in advertising revenue, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey told analysts today that the social media company is looking for additional ways to make money, including some kind of subscription service. According to CNNAccording to Dorsey, Twitter is likely planning some tests with different approaches this year, but there is a “really high bar” when Twitter asks customers to …

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A billion tons more plastic could cover the earth by 2040

Unfortunately, often the environment. The modeling showed that currently 30 million tons of plastic are dumped on land each year. Almost 50 million tons are burned out outdoors. Another 11 million tons flow into the sea. According to the model, these numbers could be all the more astonishing by 2040: 77 million tons were dumped on land, 133 million burned …

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The earth stood still during the closures

Like the corona virus The pandemic has unfolded, and planet earth has got an idea of ​​what the world could look like without people. Firstly, greenhouse gas emissions have decreased. Usually shy wild animals have taken to the streets. And the earth itself is not trembling so much. Write in the magazine today scienceDozens of researchers from around the world …

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