The first trailer of "Star Wars: Episode 9" is available
A trailer for Star Wars: Episode 9 has arrived, with some additional details on the latest installment of the Skywalker saga, presented by a panel at the Celebration of Star Wars in Chicago. Director JJ Abrams said The rise of Skywalker begins sometime after the events of The Last Jedi. He described it as "an adventure that the group continues together".
Netflix should definitely feel threatened by Disney +
Disney + will be the biggest competition Netflix has seen since Amazon Prime. Beyond the name of the name, Disney has a number of characters loved, from Mickey Mouse to Anna and Elsa, through third-party studios, from Marvel to Lucasfilm, who have their own dedicated global fanbases. For most households, the $ 7 a month will be enough for the budget, but what does it mean for Netflix?
In addition, consider that Disney told investors this week that he had committed to losing money on Disney + until 2024. Now, Netflix is profitable and has won 133 , $ 9 million in the last quarter, but it does not have the financial power to fight Disney in a war of attrition.
SpaceX to help NASA's first ever mission to redirect an asteroid
NASA chose SpaceX to participate in its very first attempt to hijack an asteroid. The Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART) will be launched on a Falcon 9 rocket in June 2021 from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. His mission: break a satellite in the small moon of the asteroid Didymos in order to make it fall from its orbit.
Broadcast Coachella performances live on YouTube this weekend
As in the past, Coachella will broadcast some live performances on YouTube throughout the weekend. The first night is already over (and if you've missed Childish Gambino, you've already heard Childish Gambino), but artists like Tame Impala, Billie Eilish, Lizzo, YG, Kaytranada, Chvrches, Ariana Grande and many more are still on the bridge Saturday Sunday evening. If you miss out, this year, YouTube will also broadcast second weekend performances of the event, but it seems like this may cover a smaller selection of artists.
Oculus puts mocking jokes on privacy inside touch controllers
Oculus co-founder, Nate Mitchell, said that tens of thousands of Touch controllers had jokes mocking the privacy printed on an internal component. "Easter eggs" include "This space for rent" and "Big brother looks at us", although Mitchell said it and a joke saying "Hi, iFixit! We see you!" Were reserved for non-consumer developers. .
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