Apex Legends ' Nintendo Switch release date might have been accidentally revealed ahead of schedule, if a video description from the game’s latest trailer is to be believed. As discovered by Twitter user Dexerto, a Japanese trailer for Apex Legends’ new character Fuse included a video description that said: “And on February 2nd, it will be possible to play on Switch at the same time as the start of Season 8”. The message was also spotted in the Russian version of the game’s YouTube trailer. The Nintendo Switch release date was not found in the English versions of the trailer, and has since been removed from all other language versions on YouTube. BREAKING: The Japanese version on YouTube states Apex Legends is coming to Switch on February 2."And on February 2nd, it will be possible to play on Switch at the same time as the start of Season 8!" pic.twitter.com/63TpUn27Mx January 18, 2021 See more The free-to-play battle royale game ’s release date was pushed … [Read more...] about Apex Legends Nintendo Switch release date may have been revealed
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Whether you work from a traditional office, home office, your iPhone, or on the road, a VPN is one of the best ways to protect yourself from data breaches on the internet, especially when using public wi-fi networks. But how effective are VPNs, and what's the best one for you? What are the downsides to using a VPN? Our executive guide will answer all your VPN-related questions -- including a few you probably haven't thought to ask. What is a VPN? VPN is an acronym for Virtual Private Network. The purpose of a VPN is to provide you with security and privacy as you communicate over the internet. Here's the problem with the internet: It's inherently insecure. When the internet was first designed, the priority was to be able to send packets (chunks of data) as reliably as possible. Networking across the country and the world was relatively new, and nodes often went down. Most of the internet's core protocols (communication methods) were designed to route around failure rather … [Read more...] about What is a VPN and why do you need one? Everything you need to know
Everyone knows health care costs are busting us, as individuals and as a nation. Reform is needed, but the question is whether it will come and whether it will do the job. Here's how bad it has gotten: Medical bills were behind nearly two-thirds of all U.S. bankruptcies in 2007, researchers said in June. And most of those folks were middle class; most were homeowners ; most went to college; most had health insurance. And that data came from before the economic downturn. Our health care system should really be called a " disease care system," says Mohammad Torabi of Indiana University Bloomington's School of Health, Physical Education and Recreation. As we've heard, the system is busy trying to stamp out diseases without focusing on the prevention of them, which would've cost a lot less. And with nearly 75 million Americans uninsured or underinsured, according to Dr. Mutaz B. Habal of the Tampa Bay Craniofacial Center, more and more of these folks end up at the emergency … [Read more...] about The Real Cost of Our ‘Disease Care’ System
TeamViewer may be best known for its remote desktop software but the company also has its own video conferencing solution which can be used to stay in touch with co-workers while working from home . Up until now, TeamViewer Meeting (previously known as Blizz) was a standalone application that could be used to make unlimited end-to-end encrypted video calls across mobile and desktop. In order to make its video conferencing software more accessible though, the company has integrated TeamViewer Meeting directly into TeamViewer so that users can now start one-click meetings without having to install additional software. We've picked out the best video conferencing software around These are the best online collaboration tools on the market Also check out our roundup of the best remote desktop software Director of product management at TeamViewer Christoph Schneider provided further insight in a press release on the company's decision to bring video … [Read more...] about TeamViewer jumps on video conferencing bandwagon
In 2021, there is a real buzz building in the world of sports car racing. After many years of running incompatible technical regulations, the three organizations that are in charge of endurance racing in the US, France, and the rest of the world have managed to find common ground. Soon, a car that's able to compete for the overall win at Le Mans will also be eligible to do the same at Sebring or Daytona, and vice-versa. This convergence was meant to stimulate interest and draw in new entries, and it's doing just that: Acura, Audi, BMW, Ferrari, Glickenhaus, Peugeot, and Toyota have all confirmed programs. Entries are also expected from Cadillac, Hyundai, and Lamborghini. That level of manufacturer involvement hasn't been seen since the glory days of Group C, and it's fair to say the increasing field of competitors has fans excited at the prospect. But sports car racing—which often involves multiple classes of cars racing at the same time—is nothing if not overly complicated. The … [Read more...] about What is LMDh and why are we so excited about sports car racing in 2023?
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Country music legend Willie Nelson led more than a thousand spectators in singing “vote them out” Saturday from the steps of the Texas Capitol during a rally wrapping up a four-day march in support of Democratic state legislators who bolted for Washington two weeks ago to block GOP-backed voting restrictions. Families with lawn chairs spread out across the sprawling Capitol greens in Austin. Clergy, politicians, constituents and musicians all spoke out about the proposals to impose voter ID requirements, limit ballot drop boxes and mail voting, and strip local officials of their election authority. The special session that the exodus by Texas Democrats halted is set to expire next week, but Republican Gov. Greg Abbott has pledged to schedule a new one as soon as the lawmakers return to the state. “If you don’t like who’s in there, vote them out,” Nelson sang, inviting the crowd to join him in singing lyrics he’d previously written about taking a stand at … [Read more...] about Willie Nelson Performs at Protest in Support of Texas Democrat Fleebaggers