The coronavirus spread all over the world and made thousands of people to stay home with minimal contact with other humans.
In order to spend some time, probably most people will to turn to their favorite streaming service.
But there are many people who aren’t willing to pay for films and tv series. We all know that person who wants to share an account with you, and you will have to give them your password – NO MORE!
Joshua Browder, the founder of DoNotPay, developed a new add-on for people who don’t want to share their password. All you need to do is to download the extension to your Chrome browser, log in to your streaming service and select the content you would like to share.
This extension has two clear advantages –
Security – You will share a session without the need to send your password online – they will be able to watch anything they want, but won’t get access to your account info and credit card.
You can gain too – you will be able to share your Netflix account and in exchange, your friend can share his streaming service account with you!
You can share other types of accounts such as Amazon Prime and more!
The NCAA’s worst nightmare is happening… We all know March is the time of the year every NCAA fans are waiting for – March Madness is in less than 2 weeks, but with the coronavirus outbreak threatening players and fans, it’s not sure what will happen.
Brian Hainline, the NCAA’s chief medical officer said on Friday – “I think a worst-case scenario is that it’s played behind closed doors, it would be very, very difficult to cancel a championship and have it at any other time.”
The NBA is also gets ready for taking steps in order to ensure the safety of its players and fans. LeBron James, one of the best players in the league commented on the possibility to play in empty arenas –
“You mean play games without the fans? No. It’s impossible. I ain’t playing. Not without the fans in the crowd, that’s who I play for. … If I show up to an arena, and there ain’t no fans there, I ain’t playing. So they can do what they want to do”.
LeBron James is not a fan of the idea of potentially playing in a game without fans
The next generation PlayStation will arrive in late 2020, around the holiday, after a long wait.
Sony released multiple PS4 models – the original PS4, PS4 Slim and PS4 Pro which supports 4K.
In 2019 rumors about a new console started to flow in but no official statement has been made then. Now Sony created an official site for the upcoming console but it doesn’t mean we will have any more details any time soon.
These are few things we do know about the PS5 –
As expected Sony will design the PS5 to improve loading times and graphics.
The PS5 will have 8-core, 16-thread CPU based on AMD’s Zen 2 microarchitecture.
The interface of the console will be upgraded as well by adding new features – You will be able to see what happens in the game without open it – See what multiple player missions are available or on which level you are at.
Some new details of the PlayStation 5 from GameStop.
After a long time without any new releases, the Taiwan company is back with a budget phone – HTC Wildfire R70.
Due to the fact that this phone is not regarded as a top notch candidate for the “Best phone” title, the most impressive parts about it is the camera and the design.
The Wildfire R70 equipped with 6.53-inch HD+ display. The 2GB
RAM of the phone isn’t something to be proud of when most smartphone comes with
6GB/8GB as standard. The 32GB storage isn’t that bad due to the fact that it
has a microSD card slot.
Even the battery is charged by a MicroUSB charger while all the new models are now with Type-C chargers.
HBO Max’s chief content officer, Kevin Reilly said – “catch on with viewers generation after generation. It taps into an era when friends – and audiences – gathered together in real time and we think this reunion special will capture that spirit, uniting original and new fans.”
What a great weekend it was for all basketball fans all over the world!
The traditional all star weekend involves many events over the 3 days which includes –
Rising Stars Game
The All-Star Game
Let’s break it down –
In the Rookie game we once again watched team USA vs team World, but this time, team USA beat team World by a nice margine.
This game had many highlights by the promising young stars of the league – Zion Williamson, Ja Morant, Luka Doncic and Trae Young were amazing in the game but Miles Bridges took home the MVP of this game.
In the skill challenge it was Bam Adebayo from the Miami Heat who won, and was ready for the All-Star game.
The 3 Point Contest was pretty close this year with Devin Booker, who got into the contest as a replacement for Damian Lillard, lost by 1 point in the final round to Buddy Hield from the Sacramento Kings.
The Dunk Contest was something else this year! When Derrick Jones Jr won by 1 point the AMAZING Aaron Gordon!
And in the final event, the All-Star game was one of the best in the past few years. Team LeBron won 157 – 155 in the game that was dedicated to Kobe Bryant and Gigi Bryant.
Devin Booker said – “It was always a goal of mine, but it just re-proves the point that the NBA is different than the game that I fell in love with at the beginning of all the best players in the All-Star game growing up, And now it’s an entertainment, drama, political-filled league. But we’re a part of it now. It pays well, so I guess we should be quiet about it.”
We need some consistency in what’s rewarded in the selection process. D book should be a perennial all star, but he isn’t based on winning. But the guys that’s winning not getting in either lol. So is it numbers, or winning, or name recognition?