Monster Hunter is continuing down its content roadmap with the addition of new Okami crossover content.
Peter Kay has announced he is returning to the stage for two special charity shows.The comedian has been largely absent from the public eye since cancelling his 100-date stand-up tour in December 2017, but will host two live Q&As next month.The shows at Manchester’s O2 Apollo are to help raise funds for 20-year-old Laura Nuttall who has an aggressive type of brain cancer called glioblastoma multiforme.The news was announced on Peter’s Twitter account, alongside a link to a fundraising page for Ms Nuttall, entitled Doing It For Laura.The 48-year-old star has been largely out of the limelight since December 2017, when his tour was cancelled due to “unforeseen family circumstances”.He made a surprise appearance at a charity screening of his series Car Share in 2018.Peter Kay will be performing two very special live Q&A’s in aid of Laura Nuttall at Manchester O2 Apollo on 7th Aug 21.⁰Tickets go on sale on this Friday (30th July) at 9am⁰⁰https://t.co/9A02EJGaP1https://t.co/IQUr1OiXMppic.twitter.com/2dubN3AMzE— Peter Kay (@peterkay_co_uk) July 27, 2021In January, he appeared on BBC Radio 2 to chat to Cat Deeley about his love of music, mixtapes and the musical Mamma Mia.During his interview with the former SM:TV Live presenter, Peter shared a hilarious story about the time he went to see the Mamma Mia! stage show in London’s West End. Peter’s shows will take place at the O2 Apollo Manchester on August 7 and tickets go on sale on July 30 at 9am.READ MORE:Peter Kay Shares Hilarious Mamma Mia! Tale During Rare Radio AppearanceSimon Cowell 'Sent Peter Kay A Stinking Email' Over Parody Show, X Factor Voiceover Star ClaimsBBC Receives Almost 200 Complaints Over Breastfeeding Joke In Peter Kay's Car Share
Samsung’s big curved gaming displays are getting an upgrade, with the new 2021 Odyssey Neo G9 finally having a price tag attached. Announced back in March, the new gaming screen certainly isn’t scaled for diminutive desktops, with a 49-inch ultra-wide panel that’s the first to offer curved Quantum Mini LED. It’s the successor to 2020’s Odyssey G9, and that was … Continue reading
IE11 will no longer be supported in Microsoft 365 apps and services beginning on August 17.
Driver-assist technologies have turned windshields into way more than a piece of glass.
Final Fantasy, Dragon Quest, Sonic the Hedgehog and heaps of other classic game tunes kicked off the sporting extravaganza in Japan.
Brabus lifted the curtains off its 800 SUV Coupe. And as expected from Brabus, the 800 SUV Coupe is brimming with tons of aggression with its black paint, modified fascia, and carbon fiber-rich exterior. German tuning house Brabus should really come up with more unique names for its hot-rod creations. A couple of months ago, Brabus unveiled the 800, an … Continue reading
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I counted: 31 tweets. That’s how many I could see in my traditional TweetDeck window the other day. But at that same moment, TweetDeck’s new preview only showed me 21 tweets — 38 percent less, and that’s with the narrowest columns and the smallest font available, just to be clear.
For over a decade, people have sworn by TweetDeck as the power user alternative to the original Twitter app, but what most people really mean is one specific thing: it lets you see more tweets. TweetDeck lets you see more tweets without needing to scroll. It gives you an entire dashboard of tweets you can throw up on a monitor, unattended. The power of TweetDeck is that it’s glanceable, a way to passively tap into a firehose of personal interests. That’s why...
These eyes in the sky fly above drones and below satellites
Everyone knows that the Earth only has one moon orbiting the planet. We all get to see it most nights, no matter where we are on the globe. While Earth has only one moon, other planets have significantly more. Jupiter for instance, has 79 known moons and may have one more. Last year, an amateur astronomer recovered four lost Jovian … Continue reading
"Neumann was eager to rush these companies, and steal their tenants, before any presented a threat," a new book said about WeWork's early efforts.
It’s fair to say that soundbars upended the home theater market. While their early iterations may have struggled to match the audio performance of a room full of individual speakers, advances in hardware and processing algorithms have made it possible to have effective surround sound from a single source in the room. Suddenly, you didn’t need a big amp and … Continue reading
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The United States and key allies have accused the Chinese government for the first time of hiring gangs of hackers to carry out cyberattacks in the West. Attacks attributed to China include the recent Microsoft Exchange hack, a significant and widespread breach that gave attackers access to the email servers of an estimated 30,000 organizations in the US alone.
The Microsoft Exchange attack was initially blamed on Hafnium, a hacking group sponsored by the Chinese state. A senior official in the White House told reporters in a briefing at the weekend that the US government had “high confidence” that the Exchange hackers were being paid by the Chinese government.
China is accused of hiring gangs of hackers to carry out cyberattacks
Josy Amann and Taji Zaminasli built Media Matters Worldwide from nothing to a thriving San Francisco-based media agency that touts $200 million in business.
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Tesla's website says customers can cancel their $199 monthly subscription for "Full Self-Driving" whenever they want.
Hello and welcome back to Equity, TechCrunch’s venture capital-focused podcast, where we unpack the numbers behind the headlines. The whole crew was here this week, with Danny and Natasha and Alex together with Grace and Chris to sort through a very, very busy week. Yep, somehow it is Friday again, which means it’s time for our weekly news […]
Elon Musk shared a picture of his son X AE A-XII that shows the toddler leaning over a magazine page that features an article on Lockheed A-12 . Along with the picture, Musk writes 'Some light reading with lil X'
OPEC stuck to its forecast for a strong recovery in world oil demand in the rest of 2021 and predicted oil use would rise further in 2022 similar to pre-pandemic rates, led by growth in China and India
For the first time in the US, the new SL will be available with four seats.
Earlier in the day, Flipkart announced raising $3.6 billion (about ₹26,805.6 crore) in funding from a clutch of investors that valued the e-commerce major at $37.6 billion (about ₹2.79 lakh crore)