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Really, if one of the Stranger Things kids was more likely than the others to play tricks on his friends, it would have to be Dustin, right?So it's fitting that Gaten Matarazzo, who plays Dustin, will be hosting a hidden-camera prank show on Netflix later this year.The show is called Prank Encounters, Deadline reports, and Matarazzo, 16, will host and executive produce the show.Netflix has ordered eight episodes, Deadline says.The show sounds like Candid Camera meets Punk'd meets Undercover Boss, as it's set in the workplace.Each episode focuses on two strangers who each think they're starting their first day at a new job, and then the pranking starts.
No, you haven’t clicked on an article previewing the latest episode of Netflix’s Black Mirror.This unlikely drone-with-hands creation is the work of Federico Ciccarese, the brains behind YouBionic, a bionic hand project that has evolved far beyond its original remit of offering a pair of 3D-printable robot hands.Since we first covered it in 2014, Ciccarese has developed the project to not only make the bionic hands more complicated, but also to create numerous strange variations of the project.These have included a robot third arm and, most recently, a centaur robot which put bionic hands and an upper body on Boston Dynamics’ Spot quadruped robot.A flying quadcopter with hands may seem pretty outlandish, but Ciccarese thinks it really could be a glimpse at the future of drones.“Companies like Amazon [will soon use] flying or ground drones to deliver packages,” he told Digital Trends.
And it was super cool.The building I'd been directed to had been remade to look like an old video game shop, filled with now-antique game consoles like '90s favorites the Nintendo 64 and the Sega Genesis, and racks of game cartridges to go with them.The "clerk" signed me in on a tablet, which seemed out of place in this historical re-creation.Settling down in front of a TV, I started playing Doom Eternal, id Software's upcoming sequel to the '90s-era blood-and-guts smash hit that has players running around exterminating demons.But I wasn't playing on a Microsoft Xbox, a Sony PlayStation or a Nintendo Switch.I was playing over the internet, courtesy of Google's upcoming Stadia service, which promises to let you stream games just like millions of people stream Netflix and HBO shows every day.
They say good things come in threes.Well, at the moment, good things come in threes from Three.It has just unleashed some incredible new deals on Samsung's trio of 2019 handsets, taking an instant first place in the ongoing search for the very best Samsung Galaxy S10 deals.The discounts come on the network's 100GB tariff across each of the flagship Galaxy S10, bigger brother S10 Plus, and budget-friendly S10e.So you immediately know that you're not going to be found wanting when it comes to Netflix binging and Spotify streaming away from the Wi-Fi.But the prices that Three is offering aren't just good value for so much data, they're actually the outright best contract prices for these phones full stop.
Eko, the Walmart-backed studio behind last year’s WarGames, is teaming up with Refinery29 to produce a series of interactive experiences, reports Variety.The first of these, a scripted show based on the Money Diaries column, has already entered development, and is scheduled to be released later this year.It will be available on Refinery29, and will task viewers with making spending choices on behalf of the characters.Choose Your Own Adventure-style shows have been catapulted back into popularity by Netflix’s recent Bandersnatch, a feature-length Black Mirror film about the development of a video game with a similarly branching narrative.Netflix has used the format for a number of its shows, including a Bear Grylls show where you pick the best survival techniques for the show’s presenter.Money Diaries will likely have a more practical focus for the everyday lives of its viewers.
There were big reveals, flashy press conferences, cool trailers, and even a glimpse of how the future of gaming could change in the years to come.And whether you were out on the show floor or watching from home, there was a ton of news to try to follow.Starting with Google’s pre-E3 Stadia reveal, Microsoft’s slightly confused xCloud service, Ubisoft’s new UPlay Plus subscription, Bethesda optimizing its games for cloud streaming, and rumors of a Square Enix service, the race to become the new “Netflix for games” is clearly on.With the first of these services set to launch later this year, we’ll get to see for ourselves how these promises actually hold up in the real world, but the idea of being able to play any game anywhere does sound appealing.Breath of the Wild is getting a sequel for the SwitchZelda fans went into Nintendo’s press conference confident that we’d be getting more information on the upcoming Link’s Awakening remake and the Zelda-themed Crypt of the NecroDancer spinoff, but no one could have expected this: the announcement of a full-fledged sequel to Breath of the Wild.
Last fall, Walmart announced a joint venture with Eko to create interactive storytelling — think Netflix’s Black Mirror: Bandersnatch — for both entertainment and retail.Since then, Eko has been working with BuzzFeed on a range of interactive videos, as well as on projects for Walmart’s Vudu and others for its own video site.Today, Eko’s latest partner has been unveiled: millennial-focused digital media company, Refinery29.According to Variety, which first reported the news, Eko will produce several series based on Refinery29’s content, starting with an interactive scripted project for the site’s “Money Diaries” personal finance column, podcast, and book.The online series saw 7 million uniques in 2018 and is one of Refinery29’s top properties, the report noted.In the Eko videos, viewers will be able to make choices about how to manage and spend the character’s money.
Netflix is one of the more expensive video streaming services available, costing as much as $16 per month.You could do a lot with that money including saving it for a rainy day or buying a new smartphone like the Nokia 4.2, Moto G7 Power, or Samsung Galaxy A30, just to name a few.With a little bit of time, effort, and creativity, you don’t have to spend a dime to watch the latest Netflix shows and movies.The first one when I signed up for the service for the first time and the second one a few months later, thanks to a promo email sent to me by Netflix.To get Netflix for free for a longer period of time without having to sign up for a free trial every month, you’ll have to be super nice to friends and family who are already paying for the service.You can also make separate profiles that let you create your own list of movies and TV shows you want to watch, set a language preference, and get personalized recommendations.
Miley Cyrus has a new song out, and it's not from May's EP SHE IS COMING.It's called On a Roll, is an adaptation of a Nine Inch Nails song, and it features in an episode of the latest season of Black Mirror.It's cheesy, Britney Spears-y and tailored to teenagers.That changed with the release of the music video on Thursday, when Netflix answered a question of curiosity: is the song as good as the snippets sound?Granted, one of the lyrics, "hey ya whoah-ho" actually sounds like "hey I'm a hoe" and it makes you question whether your music taste really is the same as the young obsessed teenage girl of the episode, but hey.Series creator Charlie Brooker had to secure clearance from NIN's Trent Reznor before adjusting the lyrics.
Nowadays, just about every network under the sun is serving up piping hot bowls of 4K content week in, week out.As such, there’s never been a better time to upgrade to a 4K TV — even more so now that Walmart has slashed $170 off one of Samsung’s leading 58-inch models, dropping the price down to a much more alluring $480.We’ve also found solid deals on 65-inch and 55-inch Samsung TVs if you’re looking for options.Thankfully, though, you don’t need to; Walmart is offering you the option to split the cost of the TV over twelve months, which will come to $47 per month.And best of all, it’s 4K, which means that it’s capable of showcasing content at four times the resolution of Full HD.Granted, that’s useful for new shows, but what happens to older content that was shot in HD?
Ever wondered how much data you need to stream a show (or movie) on Netflix?The rough answer is from 1GB per hour to 7GB per hour depending on the video quality you choose.In actuality, the content you’re streaming could use a lot less data.It takes around the same amount of bandwidth to retrieve all the resources required to save the video locally, plus you’ll need to have the space to store it.(Note: If you want to know more about resolution adjustment across other devices, our guide to Netflix resolution quality can help with that too.)Instead, it presents you with four basic options: Automatic, Maximum Data, Save Data, and Wi-Fi Only.
A Morgan Stanley analyst predicted Thursday that Disney Plus could have 13 million subscribers by the end of next year, and he projected the company could surpass 130 million total subscribers across all its online video services -- Disney Plus, Hulu and ESPN Plus -- worldwide by 2024.Much of the premium original programming planned for Disney Plus leans into the company's big-budget franchises like Marvel and Star Wars.Still, Disney's biggest reveal yet about its streaming service was its price: Disney Plus will cost $7 a month, half the price of HBO Now and a big discount to Netflix.The Disney Plus streaming service will be a competitor to video streaming services such as Netflix, HBO Now and -- later this year -- Apple TV Plus.Disney wants its other streaming services -- Hulu and sports-focused ESPN Plus -- to run on the same tech platform so you can subscribe to them with the same password and credit card info.Hulu was jointly owned by four parent companies as recently as March, but this week Disney announced it will buy the rest of Hulu it didn't already own.
Sitting in your Tesla and not actually moving might seem like an odd way to pass the time, but the addition of Fallout Shelter along with a host of other time-wasting dashboard distractions could end up more fun than even Ludicrous Mode.Tesla CEO Elon Musk made an E3 2019 appearance this week to talk about new games and apps coming to the touchscreens of the EV-maker’s cars.Of the games, it’s likely to be Bethesda’s Fallout Shelter which is the most exciting.Launched back in 2015, it’ll be playable on the dashboard of the Model S, Model X, and Model 3 through each car’s sizable center display.Back in August 2018, the automaker added a selection of Atari classic games to its cars, though earlier this year was forced to remove Pole Position over a licensing issue.Cuphead, meanwhile, joined the party earlier in the month.
One of the best lines in Armistead Maupin's original Tales of the City book comes when naive San Francisco newcomer Mary Ann Singleton wonders if she should ditch her new life to go home to Cleveland.Trying to shake her out of her funk, hippie neighbor Mona Ramsey tells her, "Mary Ann … you can't sit around expecting life to be one big Hallmark card.Because no one cares enough to send their very best."But after a few years, Mary Ann does leave -- not for Ohio, but for New York to pursue a career as a television talk show star.And in Netflix's new Tales of the City series, which premiered June 7, she comes back to her old West Coast home to reconnect with those she left behind -- ex-husband Brian (Paul Gross returning to the role); resentful daughter Shawna (Ellen Page); old friends; and gracious landlady Anna Madrigal, who gave her that apartment at 28 Barbary Lane.She's bringing plenty of baggage, too, after a failed marriage and a TV dream that devolved into hosting infomercials for a snuggie copycat.
Last year Cyberpunk 2077 dominated E3 with a debut trailer (featuring an absolute bop of a song) that perfectly encapsulated the entire aesthetic CD Projekt Red was trying to project with its upcoming dystopian video game nightmare.And of course the crowd went wild.He played himself in a perfect, Twitter-friendly performance in a new Netflix movie and got memed hard as a result.Then he came onstage at E3 and screamed "you're breathtaking" to an enraptured audience in perhaps the only truly wholesome celebrity appearance in E3 history.In the case of Kiefer Sutherland and Metal Gear Solid 5, his limited performance meant that the main character, Snake, barely spoke .After sitting through an extended gameplay demo at E3 2019 it's become incredibly clear that Reeves' role in Cyberpunk 2077 (as Johnny Silverhand) is no mere cameo.
Google has quietly retired the Google Play Movies and TV app for its Daydream VR platform, fueling speculation that the company plans to shift away from virtual reality in favor of augmented reality.The company confirmed the app’s removal in a statement on Thursday, saying that other Google apps already available on Daydream will remain.Device owners can still watch their purchased content.The Google Play Movies and TV app is Google’s standalone app for directly accessing the video content available through the Play Store.With this app, users could purchase or rent video content, fire it up, and then put on a Daydream VR headset and watch the shows in immersive privacy.Going forward, the company confirmed to Variety, customers will need to access that content through the YouTube VR app if they want to watch it via Daydream, also stating that it doesn’t have any plans to remove other Google apps from the virtual reality platform.
For example, this arrow seems to always be pointing right, no matter which way it's spun.While the objects look like circles, they are reflected in a mirror as rectangles, and vice versa.Netflix often sees little value in long-running TV shows.Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.Netflix often doesn't see the value in shows that exceed 30 total episodes (usually two to three seasons) because they become too expensive and too difficult for new viewers to jump into, Deadline reported earlier this year.We excluded shows that are concluding with movies, such as "Sense8" and "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt."
Harry Potter actor Daniel Radcliffe will co-star in the Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt interactive special, Netflix said Thursday.The special will air in 2020 and mark the end of the series.Starring Ellie Kemper, the Netflix original comedy Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt features a woman who moves to New York City after being rescued from a cult where she spent 15 years in an underground bunker.Netflix announced the interactive special -- which will also feature series regulars Tituss Burgess, Jane Krakowski and Carol Kane -- in May."We're thrilled to announce that we're about to start production on an all-new Interactive Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt special, set to debut on Netflix in 2020," creator and executive producer Tina Fey said at the time.Fey added that it'll be the first interactive comedy special on Netflix, allowing viewers to make choices on behalf of the characters.
If you share a Netflix account with your family or friends, there might be times when you don’t want them to see the movies and TV shows you’ve been watching.Maybe because the films were on the naughty side, or maybe it’s because you have a secret love for romantic comedies and don’t want the world to know it.Whatever your reason, deleting your Netflix history is the way to go.The process only takes a minute or two to complete and is so simple even your grandma could do it.The process is more or less the same on your computer, with a few small changes we’ll discuss as well.Then tap the “More” tab in the bottom-right corner of the screen and select the “Account” option, after which you’ll be redirected to Netflix’s website.