Best Netflix shows: the best shows on Netflix Best Netflix Shows: Welcome to TechRadar's guide to the best shows and TV series you can stream on Netflix in the United States. These days Netflix plays host to some of the best TV shows on the planet, bar none. From originals like Bojack Horseman, Dark, Riverdale and Orange is the New Black, to syndicated content like Archer, Black Mirror and Breaking Bad, if you need to unwind with a great TV show, there's only one place to go.That means, if you're anything like us, you spend a lot of time in front of the Netflix screen. That also means you run out of shows to watch. To help you keep that IV bag of great TV content dripping, we've scoured the video streaming service to create a guide to the best Netflix shows in the US right now. We keep this list constantly updated with the latest television shows that you should be watching, so check back soon for more highlights.September update: August wasn't the most exciting month for … [Read more...] about Best shows on Netflix (September 2018): The 50 best Netflix TV series
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Article Contents1 Highlights2 Apps2.1 Books2.2 Communication2.3 Education2.4 Health & Fitness2.5 Media2.6 Personalization2.7 Productivity2.8 Social2.9 Tools2.10 Transportation3 Games Whether Easter to you involves bunnies, crosses, or just heralds super cheap chocolate at the store on Monday, the one thing we can all agree on is that inexpensive apps are cool. A wide array of developers share this belief and, to celebrate your preferred reason to consume candy, have offered steep discounts to their Play Store submissions. Continuing our lengthy tradition of rounding up stuff for you to buy, we've assembled a big list of things to save money on. Let's not beat around the bush, but get right to it. We'll update this list throughout the weekend as we find new sales, so check back for more. Of course, don't hesitate to drop a line in the comments if you find more sales. Note: Not all of these sales may be related to Easter, though most are.Highlights Tasker - $1.99 from ~$6.49 … [Read more...] about The Ultimate List Of Easter App And Game Sales On The Play Store [Continuously Updated]
posted on 12 Jul 2017, 06:45 1 1. buccob (Posts: 2841; Member since: 19 Jun 2012) This Bixby thing feels like "ChatOn"... A redundant service that will fail among users and then forgotten... posted on 12 Jul 2017, 07:05 0 4. VasiliS7 (Posts: 131; Member since: 10 Jan 2017) Hands free app. It's something you will need it in near future and you don't know yet. Bixby is your finger laguage. It's a very big deal. posted on 12 Jul 2017, 07:02 0 2. iushnt (Posts: 2637; Member since: 06 Feb 2013) It's going coming. posted on 12 Jul 2017, 07:03 0 3. apple-rulz (Posts: 737; Member since: 27 Dec 2016) Bixby will end up in the Tizen realm, used only for low end phones, home appliances and Gear watches. Samsung will continue to defer to Google to handle the more important tasks like major OS and AI. posted on 12 Jul 2017, 07:49 0 5. cmdacos (Posts: 1663; Member since: 01 Nov 2016) Thanks for your educated insight lol posted on 12 Jul 2017, 07:53 1 … [Read more...] about Comments for : Samsung’s Bixby crossing borders, now headed for the midrange A series
posted on 20 Oct 2010, 01:43 0 1. cj100570 (Posts: 204; Member since: 12 May 2009) At this point it really doesn't matter what Verizon does as far as certifying upgrades. Like most dedicated Storm users I've resorted to using Canadian Bell and leaked upgrades. The Bell .122 release is a thing of beauty and brings the Storm up to the same level as my 3G iPhone. It took Apple a few releases to get it right and Rim seems to following a similar path. Verizon needs to get their act together. If the other carriers think it's good enough for their customers surely it's good enough for Verizon customers too. Anything is better than the current Verizon firmware!! posted on 12 May 2009, 06:11 0 2. BigRed83 (Posts: 144; Member since: 19 May 2008) I have to agree with the above poster. I too, am using a 'leaked' OS on my phone. I am happy with .141, but can see why VZW wants to be cautiious. The support nightmare that would result from a less than stellar OS would be worse than … [Read more...] about Comments for : Verizon rejects BlackBerry Storm OS build 184.108.40.206 after testing it?
Climate change is a ubiquitous hydra, a many-headed beast that affects everyone and everything in some form. Solutions to climate change range from the effective and the practical to the potentially catastrophically dangerous—but, in this somewhat heated debate, a potent weapon in our arsenal is falling by the wayside: the empowerment of women. Last year a coalition of scientists, economists, policymakers, researchers, and business people published Project Drawdown, a compendium of ways to prevent carbon dioxide from escaping skywards. Drawing from a plethora of peer-reviewed research, the document ranks 80 practical, mitigating measures—along with 20 near-future concepts—that could push back the oncoming storm. Ranked in order of carbon emissions locked down by 2050, the usual suspects made the list. A moderate expansion of solar farms (number 8), onshore wind turbines (number 2), and nuclear power (number 20) would all save tens of billions of tons of equivalent … [Read more...] about Want to Stop Climate Change? Educate Girls and Give Them Birth Control