Paramount Plus is the subscription streaming-video service set to replace CBS All Access , costing $10 a month ad-free when it launches Thursday in the US and 18 Latin American countries. Paramount Plus will include live news and sports as well as on-demand shows and movies, including originals -- all of which leaning into parent company ViacomCBS ' brands like CBS , MTV , BET , Comedy Central , Nickelodeon and Paramount Network, plus movies from the Paramount Pictures studio. But Paramount Plus won't have the one show most associated with the Paramount name: Yellowstone . The first three seasons of the cowboy drama are streaming exclusively on rival service Peacock . Down the line, Paramount Plus will have exclusive Yellowstone spinoffs, like the prequel Y:1883 expected later this year. Paramount Plus will have a library of more than 30,000 episodes and 2,500 movies, plus 36 original series debuts this year. Among those originals will be a revival of … [Read more...] about Paramount Plus: Everything to know about CBS All Access’ streaming revamp
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1Password See at 1Password LastPass See at LastPass It wasn't long ago that I raised an editorial toast to the reigning champion of password managers , LastPass, recommending it not only for its broad suite of premium features but -- most crucially -- for its refusal to let down its veteran fanbase of free users, even as it faced sweeping scrutiny over an ownership change. A moment of silence, then, for our beloved fallen freeware: As of March 16, LastPass free-tier users will only be able to use the service on just one device type -- either desktop or mobile, but not both. Goodnight, sweet prince. Read more: Best password manager to use for 2021 The move tragically undermines a key security principle that's made LastPass's free version so effective at core security -- its seamless multiplatform integration. Using a password manager to boost security, perhaps more so than many other privacy products, pivots on a fulcrum of … [Read more...] about LastPass vs. 1Password: Which password manager should you use?
We've rounded up the best iPhone games you can download today, whatever genre you're interested in. Jump to section - Strategy games - Adventure games - Arcade games - Endless runner games - Platform games - Puzzle games - Racing games - Shooting games - Sports games - Word games If you've got a new or upgraded iPhone, or are simply just bored with what you've already got, then you'll be exhilarated to hear that you can revolutionize it, turning it into one of the greatest consoles of all time. That's because the iPhone arguably kicked off the mobile gaming revolution, becoming home to exciting multitouch innovation through to ports of famous arcade titles. Today, most phones are capable, powerful handheld consoles – if you know the right games to buy. This round-up covers the best iPhone games available right now. It’s split into categories, so you can jump right to the top racers, puzzle games, adventures, platformers, and more. … [Read more...] about The best iPhone games 2021
We may earn a commission for purchases using our links. Learn more . Nerd Party What to expect from the biggest Google conference ever. Alex Dobie 13 May 2016 43 [ ]/google-io-2016) It's Google I/O time! The 2016 installment of Google's annual developer conference kicks off Wednesday, May 18 in Mountain View, California with a two-hour opening keynote. With a new venue and the promise of announcements on the future of Android N , VR, Chrome OS and much more, it's sure to be one of the highlights of the year in mobile tech. With just a few days to go until developers descend on Shoreline Amphitheater, we've rounded up details of what we're expecting from Google I/O 2016. A new venue Shoreline Amphitheater. Photo credit: Coolcaesar on Wikipedia. Aside from what's actually announced and shown at Google I/O 2016, attendees will experience this year's conference in a new way, at the Shoreline Amphitheater in Google's hometown of … [Read more...] about Google I/O 2016 preview: Android N, Android VR, Project Chirp, Play Store on Chromebooks and more!
In brief: If you’ve ever looked at a foldable phone and thought, “well, it seems pretty good, but I don’t want to risk paying a fortune for something I don’t like,” then Samsung has the perfect solution. The company is now giving people 100 days to try one of its new foldables before deciding whether to keep it. While most retailers and Samsung’s website give customers two weeks to return a Galaxy device if they’re not happy with the purchase, the company is extending this period to 100 days for its $1,999 Galaxy Z Fold 2 and $1,099 Galaxy Z Flip 5G. The promotion runs until April 1, so as long as you buy one of the devices from Samsung.com before that date, you’ll have 14 weeks and two days to return it for a full, no-questions-asked refund. The Galaxy Z Fold 2 5G is the better reviewed of the two devices and boasts an average Amazon user score of 8.8. Two grand is a massive price for a phone, but the foldable boasts numerous improvements over its predecessor, including a … [Read more...] about Samsung is letting you try a Galaxy foldable for 100 days