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Spotify rolls out podcast charts to make it easier to find new shows
Jul 14 2020


Spotify is rolling out a revamped podcast discovery experience. Starting today, users will be able to browse popular shows in two new charts — Top and Trending. The Top chart will feature the 200 most popular podcasts in a region, and will also let users discover new content by category — like tech, true crime, or health. For the time being, browsing by category will be available only in “certain markets,” including Brazil, Australia, Germany, Mexico, Sweden, the UK, and the US. It’s also worth noting the Top chart will be localized to your region. The Trending chart, on the other…

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UK bans Huawei from 5G network, citing security risks triggered by US sanctions
Jul 14 2020


Britain has announced it’s banning Huawei from the country’s 5G network, mere months after agreeing to keep the firm as a supplier. Telecom company will have to strip all Huawei gear from their networks by 2027, and will be barred from buying any more of its 5G tech from the start of next year. Digital Secretary Oliver Dowden said the move would cost up to $2.5bn and delay the UK‘s 5G rollout by two-to-three years. “This has not been an easy decision, but it is the right one for the UK telecoms networks, for our national security and our economy, both…

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India reportedly blocks websites of 3 environmental organizations
Jul 14 2020


Almost a week after multiple Indian internet service providers blocked search engine DuckDuckGo for a few days, websites of three environmental organizations have become inaccessible. Websites of environmental advocacy organizations There is no Earth B, LetIndiaBreathe.in (LIB), and FridaysForFuture (FFF) have now been blocked for several days because of a government order that’s not come to the fore till now. However, there’s no clarity as to why the order was issued.  Day 10 #EIADissentDiariesWelcome to the (un)free stateYou've been living here, just unaware, for years.https://t.co/HhjdfsPhz2 (Jio actually spells death) For those of you lucky few who still can, checkout https://t.co/FYISshaybw to send/encourage…

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This annoying Call of Duty: Warzone bug is absolutely killing me
Jul 14 2020


I was never a fan of the Call of Duty franchise, but its battle royale format, Warzone, has won me over. I love its pace, the fictitious city of Verdansk where battle takes place, and all the little details like custom loadouts and infinite respawns that make the gameplay so dynamic. I also appreciate the fact it’s free-to-play (even though you’ll probably end up buying the full game if you care about leveling up your weapons). But there’s one thing about Warzone that absolutely infuriates me: it’s painfully easy to get irreversibly stuck at any random spot. Protip: Don’t go prone while using a Buy Station…

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Ghost of Tsushima is samurai Assassin’s Creed — and not much else
Jul 14 2020


It hasn’t even been a full month since The Last of Us Part 2 came out and set the console gaming community on fire with its controversial story – but Sony is already back with another first-party exclusive to cap off this console generation. Yes, it’s up to Sucker Punch’s Ghost of Tsushima to be the actual last big Sony-published PlayStation 4-exclusive, before we move on to the PlayStation 5 era later this year. And coming hot off the heels of TLOU2, that’s no minor task. Ghost of Tsushima is an open-world action adventure set in medieval Japan. You take on…

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