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‘How To with John Wilson’ helped me cope with the pandemic anniversary

03.12.2021 · Posted in Technology Articles

I've gotten pretty tired of How To guides for coping with the pandemic and its various fallouts. I know they come from good intentions, and hey, I've written plenty myself. But a year in, I'm done pretending there's much of anything the individual ca... ...

Apple TV+ arrives on Google TV devices, starting with Chromecast

Google announced today the Apple TV+ streaming service has now arrived on the Google TV platform, starting with Chromecast with Google TV. It will also become available on Google TVs from both Sony and TCL, with expansions to other Android TV-powered devices in the months to come, Google says. Google TV was first introduced last September ...

All the best VPNs for watching the NBA from anywhere in the world

02.17.2021 · Posted in Technology Articles

All the best VPNs for watching the NBA from anywhere in the world

There is no better way to spend your free time than sitting back and watching your favourite sport, preferably surrounded by mountains of snacks and refreshments. 

You simply can't escape sport these days, as every news channel, social media platform, and panel ...

Check out ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ on HBO Max before it’s gone — and get a great deal in the process

01.21.2021 · Posted in Technology Articles

SAVE 20%: Prepay for six months of HBO Max — which includes Wonder Woman 1984 (in addition to many other movies and TV shows) — and save over 20% as of Jan. 21. BONUS DEAL: Get six months of STARZ for just $5 per month. HBO Max is the st... ...

Netflix’s ‘Shuffle Play’ feature will roll out to all users worldwide this year

Netflix is always in search of a better way to instantly connect users to something to watch, instead of having them waste time unsuccessfully scrolling through all the available programming options. Now, the company says a recent test focused on solving this problem, Shuffle Play, has proven popular enough to roll out to all users ...

Original Content podcast: Martin Scorsese and Fran Lebowitz have a good time in ‘Pretend It’s A City’

The concept behind the new Netflix documentary series “Pretend It’s A City” is pretty straightforward: Author Fran Lebowitz talks, while Martin Scorsese (who’s both director and an on-camera presence) listens and laughs. Lebowitz’s musings across seven episodes are organized by loose themes, such as “Metropolitan Transit” and “Library Services,” with the more recent footage interspersed ...