A theme park simulator set in the Jurassic World reboot, with all the dinosaur breeding, maintenance and damage control you could hope for. It's not the deepest example of the business sim, but the variety of dinosaur species – and the thrill of watching them escape and wreak havoc – makes this a notable inclusion in this month's list. … [Read more...] about Xbox Games with Gold July 2020: these are the free Xbox One games this month
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Also, the levels are not permanent. For example, if you earn 600 points in a year and get bumped up to “Silver,” you will be at that level for one year. At the end of the year, your new points balance will determine the level for the next year. You’ll need 600+ points again to stay in “Silver.” … [Read more...] about What Are Google Play Points, and How Do You Use Them?
Still great, with a caveat: Western Digital Red WD's Red series is designed for NAS use, and all of the drives come with noise and vibration protection. Right now, WD is mired in a controversy for using SMR instead of CMR tech in select 4TB, 6TB, and 8TB Red drives. SMR is slower and generally not as reliable as CMR, so if you are interested in a Red drive, make sure you're getting a drive that's labeled CMR. You can get a 2TB, 3TB, or 4TB Red drive that uses CMR right now, and as long as you're buying a CMR Red drive, you won't have any issues. … [Read more...] about Best Long-lasting Hard Drives for NAS 2020: Synology, QNAP
PlayStation Now has a long way to go before it can catch up to the sheer value that Xbox Game Pass offers, but a new console generation seems like it'll be the push that Sony needs to make it happen. Imagine paying $10/month and being able to play every PS5 exclusive the day it launches. Now imagine bundling that service with PS Plus, which grants online multiplayer access and two free games per month for subscribers. … [Read more...] about PS5 needs its own ‘Xbox All Access’ program if it wants to beat Microsoft
Critics have called the timeline unrealistic, noting it’s unlikely that vaccine developers would have sufficient data from the phase 3 trials by that time, let alone the necessary vaccine manufacturing and distribution infrastructure ready. They also pointed out that the pre-election target for a vaccine release appears solely based on politics, not public health. … [Read more...] about COVID vaccine makers vow science—not Trump—will dictate release timing