British champ Leigh Wood has a chance to demonstrate he can compete at the top tier of boxing tonight as he takes on China's Xu Can for the WBA Featherweight (Regular) title. The first of three consecutive Fight Camp cards over the coming weeks, tonight's event marks something of a new era for British boxing with it being the first card for Eddie Hearn's Matchroom promotions following their newly-penned exclusive deal with streaming service DAZN after moving from Sky Sports. Read on to discover the fight time, full card and your best Can vs Wood live stream options to watch, with DAZN the main broadcaster around the world . Can vs Wood live stream Date: Saturday, July 30 Venue: Matchroom HQ (Brentwood, Essex) Can vs Wood ring walk time (approx): 6pm ET / 3pm PT / 11pm BST / 8am AEST (Sun) / 10am NZST (Sun) Global live stream: get DAZN in 200+ countries (exclusding Australia and New Zealand) from just £1.99 p/m Can I get a free trial? Yes - but … [Read more...] about How to watch Can vs Wood: live stream boxing WBA Featherweight title fight
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Midnight Special wastes no time getting to the point. From the very first scene, we're in the middle of the action, as two men and a little boy race their car down a quiet road somewhere in the American South. Immediately, small details give away that this is no ordinary getaway. In the driver's seat, Lucas (Joel Edgerton) is wearing night goggles so he can drive with the lights off. Roy (a crazy-eyed Michael Shannon) has a look of tight-lipped insanity as he listens to police chatter on their radio. And in the back seat, a little boy wearing swim goggles and giant headphones is calmly reading a comic book. What the hell is going on here? That question propels the film with growing urgency as we learn more about Roy's son Alton (Jaeden Lieberher), who is wearing those goggles for very good reason. We follow Roy and Lucas as they dodge the police—their faces are popping up on every news show as dangerous kidnappers—and try to shelter with friends who make oblique references … [Read more...] about is an intense fantasy about faith and surveillance
Shortly before the Epic v. Apple trial, Epic Games made an interesting announcement: it would offer the indie game storefront Itch.io as an app on its own Epic Games Store. The Fortnite publisher was going to trial with the aim of making Apple offer competing app stores on its iPhone and iPad, so the move showed that Epic was willing to open up its own store in the same way. On the fifth day of court, however, Apple tried to turn Itch.io into a liability — by telling Epic Games Store general manager Steven Allison about “so-called adult games” that were “so offensive we cannot speak about them here.” Itch.io is one of relatively few non-game apps on the Epic Games Store, along with software like the Brave browser. It’s also, as we’ve previously described it at The Verge , “small and weird.” (Granted, it’s not quite as small as Epic seems to think; CEO Tim Sweeney said it had “at least hundreds” of games, while the real number is upwards of 200,000 .) Epic hasn’t … [Read more...] about Apple is using Itch.io’s ‘offensive and sexualized’ games as a cudgel against Epic
If you were listening to New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo's press briefing Tuesday (Oct. 30) as New York City began to tally the damage from Hurricane Sandy, you may have been surprised by what you heard. "There has been a series of extreme weather incidents . That is not a political statement. That is a factual statement," Cuomo said. " Anyone who says there's not a dramatic change in weather patterns, I think, is denying reality." Yesterday he added, "I think part of learning from this is realizing that climate change is a reality." Former President Bill Clinton told a crowd Tuesday: "All up and down the East Coast, there are mayors ... being told, 'You've got to move these houses back away from the ocean. You've got to lift them up. Climate change is going to raise the water levels on a permanent basis. If you want your town insured, you have to do this.'" Add to the mix Mayor Michael Bloomberg, who endorsed Barack Obama for president on Thursday (Nov. 1), saying Obama is … [Read more...] about Will Sandy Change the Climate Change Conversation?
Home / Opinions / Smartphones old dog, new tricks Running a ten-year-old phone with a modern version of Android may be a lousy idea for day-to-day operations, but it's an impressive technical showcase. Alex Dobie 30 Jul 2021 3 It's been a good few years since I last dabbled with custom ROMs on my Android phones. Back in the glory days of the Nexus One and early Samsung Galaxy phones, Android was simple enough and open enough that many enthusiasts would think nothing of picking up new nightly builds from their favorite developers and flashing them on the main devices. These days, though, the best Android phones are vastly more complex and locked-down than in the early 2010s. NFC payments, secure banking apps, and emerging tech like mobile driving licenses and even passports mean running a rooted device is out of the question for many. Even running unrooted firmware without Google's "SafetyNet" seal of approval can cause … [Read more...] about I installed Android 11 on a Samsung Galaxy S2, and it was better than I expected