Video By Mark Linsangan Wednesday, September 04, 2019, 11:51 am PT (02:51 pm ET) With Apple Arcade coming soon, we're checking out two controllers to see whether you should pick up the wireless SteelSeries Nimbus controller or if you should opt for the RotorRiot wired controller.Apple Arcade is coming soon!Apple's gaming service is almost hereApple Arcade, if you're not aware is Apple's upcoming game subscription service that will introduce over 100 groundbreaking new games that are exclusive to Apple Arcade. The subscription also means there will be no ads or in-app purchases like some of the freemium games that are available on the App Store currently. Apple Arcade will also work across Apple's devices, whether it's on your iPhone, iPad, Mac or Apple TV. So with all of that being said, should you opt for a wired controller or a wireless controller? Today we're checking out two controllers we've been using the past several months, and that's the SteelSeries Nimbus, and Rotor Riot … [Read more...] about Should you get a wired or wireless controller for Apple Arcade?
caption Roku devices stream content to your television through the internet. source Roku All Roku devices require the internet to stream video content to your television. Roku devices are streaming devices that connect to your television via an HDMI cable and allow it to behave like a “Smart TV,” streaming services like Netflix, Hulu, and thousands of other channels without the need for cable or over-the-air broadcast television. Most Roku devices rely on WiFi, but the Roku Ultra also features an ethernet port, so you can connect it directly to a router by cable. Roku needs the internet to stream video, but it’s also possible to download content to other devices to play back without WiFi. Visit BusinessInsider.com for more stories. Do you need the internet to use a Roku device? In a word, yes – a wired or wireless internet connection is required to power any Roku product. Roku … [Read more...] about How to connect your Roku device to the internet via a wired connection or WiFi
On Tuesday’s broadcast of CNN’s “AC360,” former Acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe stated that he did not believe Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein’s offer to wear a wire while meeting with President Trump was a good idea.Host Anderson Cooper asked, “[A]t the time that — in the book that Rosenstein offered to wear a wire to a meeting with the president…did you think that was a good idea?” McCabe answered, “Absolutely not.” McCabe added, “I felt like it was an incredibly invasive and potentially precedent-setting thing to do. I didn’t think it was necessary at that point. I mean, if you think about it, the reason you would send someone in with a concealed recording device to tape the utterances and the statements of a subject is to capture evidence of intent. We didn’t need to do that in this case. We knew what the president intended. He made — through his own public statements, … [Read more...] about McCabe: I Didn’t Think Rosenstein Offering to Wear a Wire Was a Good Idea
Bryan Logan, provided by Published 7:31 pm PST, Sunday, February 17, 2019 CBS News/60 Minutes Former deputy FBI director Andrew McCabe described the conversation during which he said deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein first offered to secretly record President Donald Trump in the White House. In a Sunday night airing of "60 Minutes," McCabe described what he said was an "incredibly turbulent, incredibly stressful" period after Trump fired FBI Director James Comey in May 2017. "I can't describe to you accurately enough the pressure and the chaos that Rod and I were trying to operate under at that time," McCabe said of himself and Rosenstein. It was during that time, according to McCabe, that Rosenstein suggested secretly recording Trump, ostensibly to collect evidence that could reveal the president's motivations for firing Comey, who had been leading the FBI's Russia investigation at the time. Former deputy FBI director Andrew McCabe described the conversation … [Read more...] about Former FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe reveals what he says prompted Rod Rosenstein to suggest wearing a wire to record Trump
Best answer: Wired headsets are better for people who want the best possible sound quality and dislike having to charge batteries, while wireless headsets are better for players that like to move around a lot and want to cut down on wires. Wired vs. wireless: Here's the scoop While wired and wireless headsets are great for gamers, there are several advantages and disadvantages to each. Wired headsets sound slightly better, cost less, and require a physical connection to your Xbox One controller in order to function. Wireless headsets free you from having to deal with the annoying cord, but they're more expensive, have a battery life you need to manage, and sacrifice a small amount of sound quality. At the end of the day, people who don't care about wires and don't move around a lot while playing will want to use a wired headset since the downsides of one will barely bother them. However, if you're someone who jerks around during gameplay and hates the risk of accidentally ripping out … [Read more...] about Should you buy a wired or wireless Xbox gaming headset?