The Witcher feels like it's here to stay on NetflixThe first season of The Witcher shrugged off the idea that it was just here to replace Game of Thrones. It confidently told stories in its own way and presented a fantasy world that has already captures people's imaginations. And, while we are unlikely to see much spillover from the games - they are not really canon according to Sapkowski but rather a "free adaptation containing elements of [his] work" - we know fans will enjoy various subtle references to the series, as they did in season 1. … [Read more...] about The Witcher season 2: release date, cast, Vesemir and what we know
2019 investor meeting intel
Tesla’s board of directors recommends that shareholders vote against this proposal, saying it “would not serve the best interests of Tesla or our stockholders.” Further, Danforth “presents no evidence that Tesla has insufficient visibility with prospective customers or that paid advertising, whether at the arbitrary amount suggested by the proponent or at all, would increase such visibility in a manner favorable to the Company or its shareholders.” Tesla delivered “a record 367,656” vehicles, an increase of 50 percent from the previous year, the statement notes. … [Read more...] about What does Tesla slashing car prices really mean for the company?
The technology has been successfully trialled in Orkney by Cisco and has been rolled out commercially in London’s Canary Wharf. Members include firms from across the mobile industry, including AT&T, Boingo, Broadcom, Cisco, Deutsche Telekom, Google, Intel, Orange, Purple Wi-Fi, and Samsung. … [Read more...] about OpenRoaming offers frictionless Wi-Fi connectivity
They could be deployed in an AR experience as well, but the VR experience reflects the technology's advantages and maturity in other ways. While both simulations include fighting with weapons, the VR experience simply does a far better job of driving an emotional reaction because of its isolation. In contrast, despite AT&T enhancing the AR demo area of the second floor of its San Francisco flagship store with Westerosian scenery and even some animatronics, the Magic Leap experience doesn;t pack nearly the same emotional punch. … [Read more...] about AT&T store demos pit Magic Leap versus VR in a tech game of thrones
But the fate of these companies may come down to the decisions of people like Edwards, who has kept all his workers on the payroll despite the sharp downtown in business caused by the pandemic. He has even handed out some raises, he says, in part because some employees realized they would be making more if they had been let go and been able to access pandemic relief assistance. He credits the apps for “getting the word out for us. But sometimes, we had to fight to keep customers in spite of them.” … [Read more...] about Everyone’s ordering delivery, but apps aren’t making money