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  2. Woodcutting. Teaks and Mahoganies were/are infrequent jungle trees. Unless they add many exceptional tools to RS gold every single map area, what do you suggest they do? Most resources need to be implemented very carefully to be useful: Mahogany had the construction skill, some hunter regions needed summoning, and so on. I really do believe the map needs to be a bit larger (personally I want to see more small villages etc with lots of farmland, could be useful for quests). With more property, Jagex has to use. If it were up to me I would make the game bigger, make the towns larger and cause them to feel much more alive. Falador does not feel very city-like to me personally. Nor does Burthorpe. Quisque est barbarus alio. Interesting to see an entirely opposite point of view, Jethraw. While I feel inclined to agree with you, I do not agree that everything needs to have a use and all space has to be productive. To me, that ends up having an area like Burthorpe: it is lively, it's crowded, and it is horrible to maintain because there are too many NPCs, skills, and thoughts included (often where you may easily combine several NPCs and regions to a single ) and you lose the ambience that made the area interesting beforehand. In a sense, Taverley was nice because it was calm, which made it feel as the sort of place where druids could hang out. It gave Burthorpe a reason, as it were, since they struggled to protect that place. The woods between them nicely illustrated a real difference between the two towns, and a fair shift in momentum. Although I wasn't attempting to describe agility shortcuts, I can see why it sounded like it. What I intended was that the particularly artificial blockades appeared ridiculous. The lengthy fences stretching around the desert are all that divides sand from cheap RuneScape gold bud. If agility menus were to be redefined so that they weren't linked to specific places but instead were specific activities (e.g. level 50, learn how to climb all cliffs, level 80, learn to climb ice with a couple of pickaxes) then those boundaries would be logical.
  3. Karamja generally could use an upgrade. South of Brimhaven it resembles a major square, not very realistic looking. I never did Legends' Quest before losing membership, but the Kharazi jungle seems like it may be traveled from north to south in ten seconds. To get from town to RS gold town, the figures had to walk for days. Most of the time was spent walking through lawless woods, in which there was constant danger of attacks from bandits, outlaws, and so on. The novel is fictitious, but I believe it's mostly accurate with regard to land involving major towns. Both are big, comparatively dangerous (especially to an unexperienced traveler), and not packed to the gills with content. To start with, I believe the lodestone system should be removed. It kills any sense of adventure even for new players who only have to walk to a specific place once. Secondly, clan camp ought to be shrunk to maybe a quarter of its current size. It removed a significant (in size) woods and caused the Falador-Rimmington-Port Sarim area to become unrealistically joined together. Lastly, I think there should be some added risks to this"wilderness" between towns. This might be outlaws coming out to attack youpersonally, natural events, and so forth. Jagex strove to create it by introducing level 5 highwaymen, but they are insignificant to players over level 10 and don't pose any dangers to individuals who are smart enough to operate. These dangers would correspond to your skill level and are common at higher levels. They'd come from nowhere and struggle only you, similar to old arbitrary events. This would probably help stop botting too. I would recommend the expanding of this map too, but that could be pretty difficult. Eastern lands are interesting, and I think they've got lots of possibility, but before we go searching for them I believe I'd rather visit Menaphos and Prifidinas. Additionally, keeping them ridiculously mysterious is actually extremely helpful when they would like to buy RuneScape gold retcon stuff in. They're cool, but unecessary right now, unless Jagex wants to draw within an asian playerbase. Were they're released, I would love some tie ins with Player possessed Ports, Majharrat, and perhaps even another race entirely. . .but not Pandas enjoy in WOW.
  4. So just how much time does it take to get maxed battle stats from Runescape? Let's discount Prayer and Summoning, since those require enormous inputs of OSRS gold cash from elsewhere, but keep magic since maxing another skills should pay for the cost of the. Let us also discount Constitution, since that's trained automatically. At a very rough estimate, let us give a generous 150k xp/hr across the board for all the skills. Each ability is 13500k xp, that is 13,500,000. That's 90 hours to get a single battle skill to 99.I just wish to mention that for men and women who also have trouble doing this event, kill the brothers in ordinary rs. And once you can enter the tunnels, then logout and login into the beta and then do the rest there (I was able to loot the chest and get the last bit without killing the last brother for some reason). On the bright side, there's gonna be events with more opportunities for individuals to acquire the outfit. To be honest this was not all that difficult for me personally, but that could have been a very good idea that you have bolded. Died one time at Dharok, which is when I discovered that you can go and restock in the center of it. But yeah, if you restart before looting the torso, then you loot the chest, you don't need to do some of those brothers in Beta. I'm searching for a small discussion about the controversial squeal of fortune. I am not looking for very short answers, I am expecting to find some reasoned posts along with also a bit of an idea of precisely why you feel that way. Please see this post before putting down an answer, and if you put something such as"SoF showed Jagex was capitalist and I don't like players being able to purchase xp", keep in mind that I'd like to know (a) why you think a capitalist jagex is poor and (b) why you don't like players purchasing xp. However, the query will not be instantly straightforward. I'm going to set a premise for the dialogue. Assuming this bullet pointed list is/were accurate, do you believe the SoF should be shut down or substituted? Jagex is almost bankrupt, with canned 3-4 successive moneymaking attempts recently, each leading multi-million dollar declines, and is working on a fourth that will cost just as much and hasn't yet seen any recurrence. Less than 1 percent of players are going to be able to cheap RS gold succesfully finance xp gains, and less than 10 percent could ever buy more than 500k xp within their whole character's lifetime. However, this makes Jagex the equivalent of thousands of memberships in money.
  5. The Grand Palais in Paris is collaborating with Perrotin Gallery to create an art treasure hunt with 20 pieces of artwork by 20 artists. A piece by Takashi Murakami is included in the giveaway for the Wanted! Art is Yours initiative. Andrew H. Walker / Getty Images Instructions for the treasure hunt read, “Throughout the course of 48 hours (24-25 October), visitors are invited to search for 20 works by 20 artists [represented by Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin] which are concealed in the empty nave of the Grand Palais. The rules are simple: If you find a work in the Grand Palais, you will leave with the work.” Each session will last a maximum of 50 minutes and COVID-19 safety precautions will be followed. There is a 500 person per time slot limit and facial coverings will be required. "Do keep in mind that we only had 13 days to organize this. I am hugely grateful to my artists for their commitment and belief in this wild project," Emmanuel Perrotin told The Art Newspaper. "This is a rare moment. I love the idea of doing this as a gift to the city of Paris, as a moment of solidarity and joy.” The scavenger hunt is scheduled for October 24th and admission is free with an advance reservation. [Via] View the full article
  6. During his rally in Carson City, Nevada, Sunday, President Donald Trump said the United States would be in a “massive depression” if he listened to scientific experts with regard to coronavirus. Stephen Lam / Getty Images “He’s gonna lockdown. This guy wants to lockdown,” Trump said of his opposing presidential candidate Joe Biden. “He’ll listen to the scientists. If I listened totally to the scientists, we would right now have a country that would be in a massive depression.” “We’re like a rocketship. Take a look at the numbers,” Trump continued to tell the crowd. “This election is a choice between a Trump super recovery, which we’re in right now, or a Biden depression. “Depression — just remember the word,” he said. Almost 220,000 deaths have been reported in the United States, more than any other country. Trump, himself, tested positive for COVID-19 on October 2nd. He was hospitalized for 72 hours at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. Biden campaign spokesperson Andrew Bates responded with a statement saying Trump tanked the economy already: “Donald Trump tanked the strong economy he inherited from the Obama-Biden Administration by continually discounting and attacking warnings from the scientific and medical experts working around the clock to save lives.” [Via] View the full article
  7. Dr. Anthony Fauci says he is "absolutely not" surprised President Donald Trump tested positive for COVID-19, after seeing him not follow safety guidelines. Fauci discussed Trump contracting the coronavirus in a new interview with 60 Minutes, Sunday Pool / Getty Images "I was worried that he was going to get sick when I saw him in a completely precarious situation of crowded -- no separation between people, and almost nobody wearing a mask." "When I saw that on TV, I said, 'Oh my goodness. Nothing good can come out of that, that's got to be a problem,'" he continued. "And then sure enough, it turned out to be a superspreader event." Trump announced that he tested positive for COVID-19 on October 2, 2020. This was just days after the event where he announced Judge Amy Coney Barrett was his pick to replace Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the Supreme Court. 12 people present tested positive for the coronavirus afterward. "The data speak for themselves," Fauci added. The president was hospitalized for 72 hours at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. "Don't be afraid of Covid. Don't let it dominate your life," he said afterward. Fauci went on to criticize Trump for equating "wearing a mask with weakness." [Via] View the full article
  8. The Royal Meteorological Society has announced 2020's Weather Photographer of the Year, providing a ton of gorgeous options for new desktop backgrounds. If we can't go outside due to a deadly global pandemic, at least the outside can kind of come to us. The top prize this year went to Rudolf Sulgan for "Blizzard," a chilly image of New York's Brooklyn Bridge during a severe snow storm. He was awarded $646 for his photograph, as well as a HERO8 Go Pro and one year of membership to the Royal Meteorological Society. "I made this image in 2018, during a strong blizzard as El Niño’s periodic warming of water often disrupts normal weather patterns," said Sulgan. "My main concern and inspiration are that my images hopefully do a small part in combating climate change." Read more... More about Photography, Weather, Weather Photography, Accuweather, and Weather PhotosView the full article
  9. George Clooney says he almost starred in The Notebook, but ultimately turned down the role. The role was eventually given to Ryan Gosling. Vivien Killilea / Getty Images "I was going to do a movie years ago called The Notebook, that Ryan Gosling actually did, and I was going to do it with Paul Newman. I was playing the flashback and Paul Newman was the old guy,” Clooney told EW while promoting his upcoming film The Midnight Sky. Both Clooney and Newman ended up turning down their respective roles. While Gosling took over Clooney’s role, James Garner was cast in the role that would have gone to Newman. "Paul and I talked about doing it, and we were sitting there one day and I was looking at him and I go, 'I can't do this movie, Paul,'" Clooney remembered. "He was like. 'Why?' I was like, 'Because everybody knows what you look like at 30 years old. You got blue eyes, I got brown eyes. You're too famous at 30 for me to be playing you at 30, it's never gonna work.' And he's like, 'I guess you're right.' "We bailed out and I think 10 years later they made it." The Midnight Sky is scheduled to be released on Netflix in December 2020. [Via] View the full article
  10. Dolphins 2020 first-round draft pick Tua Tagovailoa was subbed in for his first NFL snaps during the team’s 24-0 blowout win over the New York Jets. Michael Reaves / Getty Images Tagovailoa’s entrance was met with an uproar of cheers from the audience, including veteran quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick. "That was just a cool moment for him, just the reception from the crowd that was here and us on the sideline,” Fitzpatrick said after the game. The Dolphins’ rookie took over under-center with just over two minutes left in the fourth quarter. "Yeah, I definitely could hear it. There's nothing else playing in the stadium, so I could hear that," Tagovailoa said. "And that was awesome. But to just be out there with my teammates being my first time and getting the support and love from them, I think that was super awesome. And then you have a 16-year vet like Fitz, who has animosity toward it as well, who's just been supportive that entire time. Good drive, bad drive, he comes to the sideline and just talks through his process with why he did some things. I'm very fortunate to have a mentor like him who is just very encouraging on the field and then this guy is like he's just very personable off the field as well." The Dolphins next game is against the Rams on November 1st. Fitzpatrick will remain the starter. [Via] View the full article
  11. Cardi B deleted her Twitter, Saturday, in response to fans who criticized her decision to get back together with Offset. Theo Wargo / Getty Images "I'm so tired of people saying I've got to continuously explain myself. I didn't put my divorce out there, a f*cking court clerk put it out there," she said during an Instagram Live session, according to E! News. "And because people are making rumors up, 'Oh, this guy has a girl pregnant,' I have to address it." Cardi seemed to be addressing the non-stop online speculation about her on-again-off-again relationship with Offset, who she claimed is being harassed by her fans. "Then you guys want to be harassing this n*gga Bro, if I work things out, why are you going to this n*gga's Twitter to harass him? That don't make no f*cking sense,” she continued. Cardi announced, earlier this week, that she got back with Offset. The rapper had previously filed divorced last month. "A whole bunch of 15-year-olds telling me how to live my life like I'm mother f--king Ariana Grande or something,” Cardi added. “Like I came from Disney or something. “Y'all want to call yourself fans, I don't give a f*ck. I'm tired of it," she said. "I do whatever the f*ck I want to do. I love my fans and I'm grateful and thankful for what you do but some of y'all really be acting like I be sleeping with y'all." Check out some of what Cardi had to say below. [Via] View the full article
  12. Popular scientist Neil deGrasse Tyson says a small asteroid could collide with the Earth one day before election day in November. It is too small to bring any danger with its impact. Craig Barritt / Getty Images "Asteroid 2018VP1, a refrigerator-sized space-rock, is hurtling towards us at more than 25,000 mi/hr. It may buzz-cut Earth on Nov. 2, the day before the Presidential Election," Tyson warned on Instagram, Saturday. "But it’s not big enough to cause harm. So if the World ends in 2020, it won’t be the fault of the Universe." NASA has already identified the asteroid and says it has less than a one-percent chance to crack the Earth's atmosphere. "Asteroid 2018VP1 is very small, approx. 6.5 feet, and poses no threat to Earth! It currently has a 0.41% chance of entering our planet’s atmosphere, but if it did, it would disintegrate due to its extremely small size," the organization said. Regardless of whether the asteroid breaks the Earth's atmosphere, Americans will still be able to safely vote the following day. Tyson is hosting a new show on Fox titled Cosmos: Possible Worlds. The show is a follow-up to the 2014 television series Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey, which Tyson also hosted. The show premiered on March 9, 2020. [Via] View the full article
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  14. Game of Thrones showrunner David Benioff revealed how the series cast Pedro Pascal to play Oberyn Martell, a role that would launch him into stardom. The Mandalorian star apparently recorded his audition vertically on his iPhone. Chelsea Guglielmino / Getty Images "First of all, it was an iPhone selfie audition, which was unusual," Benioff told Variety. "And this wasn’t one of the new-fangled iPhones with the fancy cameras. It looked like shit; it was shot vertical; the whole thing was very amateurish. Except for the performance, which was intense and believable and just right." Benioff says Pascal's future stardom was clear as soon as the season was finished: "Once we saw the entire season there was no doubt Pedro was going to be a star. I thought he deserved more recognition, frankly. Was he nominated for any awards? He should have been. But Dan and I were thrilled that we gave Pedro a job that helped his ascent, because he’s an absolute gem of an actor and a man." Despite his talent, the showrunner had no intention of keeping him around any longer. "Nope. I mean, we love Pedro. And we loved that character. But his death at the hands of the Mountain was one of our favorite brutal killings from George’s books," he said. [Via] View the full article
  15. Beach Boys' Brian Wilson and Al Jardine have disavowed the current touring group, led by Mike Love, which is performing at President Donald Trump's fundraiser in Newport Beach, Sunday. Kevin Winter / Getty Images “We have absolutely nothing to do with the Trump benefit today in Newport Beach. Zero,” Wilson and Jardine said to Variety through a spokesperson. “We didn’t even know about it and were very surprised to read about it in the Los Angeles Times.” Tickets for the event range from $2,800 per donor to $150,000 per couple for co-chair status. The final time that the Beach Boys performed together with all original members was in 2012. In the time since, Love, who holds the license for the group, has led another version without the remaining founding artists. Love has been a vocal supporter of Trump throughout his presidency. “I don’t have anything negative to say about the president of the USA,” Love said in a 2017 interview. “We did attend the inauguration. That was a moving experience. I understand there are so many factions and fractious things going on – the chips will fall where they may. But Donald Trump has never been anything but kind to us. We have known him for many a year. We’ve performed at some of his venues at fundraisers and so on.” [Via] View the full article
  16. For the first time ever, the Beastie Boys have allowed one of their songs to be used in an ad. And it's a Joe Biden ad. The Beastie Boys' 1994 hit, “Sabotage,” made its “commercial” debut during televised NFL games on Sunday. It's a fitting accompaniment for an ad aimed at shining a light on the devastating impact the pandemic has had on live performance and the venues that's support them. Called “The Blind Pig,” the Biden spot features Joe Malcoun, co-owner of the Ann Arbor, Mich.-based music venue that the ad is named for, talking about his experience in 2020 so far. “For 50 years, the Blind Pig has been open and crowded, but right now, it’s an empty room,” Malcoun explains. “This is the reality of Trump’s Covid response. We don’t know how much longer we can survive without any revenue. A lot of restaurants and bars that have been mainstays for years will not make it through this.” Read more... More about Joe Biden, Live Music, Beastie Boys, Live Entertainment, and CoronavirusView the full article
  17. New York Giants wide receiver C.J. Board suffered a scary hit during Sunday's victory over the Washington Football Team that left the receiver immobilized. After the game, the team revealed that Board suffered a concussion and a sprained neck. Mike Stobe / Getty Images "The one thing I can say, good-news-wise, is that even on the field, he was moving, he was conscious, he was responding," head coach Joe Judge said. "He had movement in all his extremities. They obviously had to have some precautions with what they were doing." The hit came early in the third quarter when he was hit by Deshazor Everett after attempting to catch a pass from Daniel Jones. He was carted off the field and ruled out for the rest of the game. "I heard the collision. I knew it was a good hit. I looked over there and saw him," Giants' Darius Slayton said. "Obviously, first thing I did was I prayed for him. I will continue to pray for him. They said nothing was wrong with his neck. Nothing wrong with his spine. Just concussed. Obviously, I wouldn't even want that to be wrong with him, but I'm fortunate that he's alert, he's OK." Slayton says he expects Board to be released from the hospital Sunday night. [Via] View the full article
  18. UPDATE 3:42 PM PST | Ekali has added another tweet to address “what I did do wrong,” admitting to one case of infidelity, despite more women coming forward to Sam Black in her DMs. He admits he lied about his drug addiction, but maintains that he never hit her. Others who have responded to Ekali call him out for gaslighting and not apologizing anywhere in his statement, shifting the blame on Sam instead of responding to her accusations. It’s not clear exactly when the police documentation Black is referencing will surface, but it’s sure that we haven’t seen the end of this story yet. Photo Credit: Bryan Van Wyk This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Ekali Responds To Ex-Fiancée, Sam Black, Over Accusations of Abuse View the full article
  19. Wilson and Al Jardine: “We have absolutely nothing to do with the Trump Benefit today in Newport Beach. Zero.” View the full article
  20. With the U.S. presidential election just weeks away, voter suppression efforts are in full-swing on social media. Among the prime targets for voter suppression attempts: The world’s largest social network, Facebook, and its sister platform, Instagram. In an interview published on Sunday, Facebook’s VP of Global Affairs and Communications Nick Clegg said that the company had rejected 2.2 million ads across its platforms for attempting to “obstruct voting” in the U.S. presidential election on Nov. 3. The company also took down a total of 120,000 Facebook and Instagram posts for the same reason. Read more... More about Facebook, Election, Misinformation, 2020 Presidential Election, and Voter Supression View the full article
  21. Google just introduced its “Hum to Search” feature, allowing users to hum, whistle or sing melodies stuck in their head. We’ve all been there and have experienced the frustration of having a song on repeat in our heads. The platform gives straightforward instructions for getting that ear worm out: On your mobile device, open the latest version of the Google app or find your Google Search widget, tap the mic icon and say “what’s this song?” or click the “Search a song” button. Then start humming for 10-15 seconds. On Google Assistant, it’s just as simple. Say “Hey Google, what’s this song?” and then hum the tune. This feature is currently available in English on iOS, and in more than 20 languages on Android. And we hope to expand this to more languages in the future. The new Google Search feature is powered the platform’s AI Research team’s music recognition technology. Google also reassures users, “you don’t need perfect pitch to use this feature.” Between this and Spotify’s search by lyrics feature, no matter what song you can’t remember, technology has you covered. Watch below. Hum to Search on the Google App Image via 9to5Mac This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Google Introduces “Hum to Search” Feature for Songs Stuck In Your Head View the full article
  22. With hundreds of thousands of registered users and millions of regular visitors, the pirate TV-streaming community S.to is a force to be reckoned with. The site targets a German-language audience and currently lists more than 750,000 streaming links to well over 5,000 TV-series. This public display of piracy is a thorn in the side of major copyright holders. This includes the anti-piracy coalition ACE, which counts Netflix, Amazon, and several Hollywood studios among its members. ACE wants Domain Registry to Identify S.to operator In recent weeks, ACE has obtained several subpoenas to compel Cloudflare to hand over all information it has on dozens of pirate sites. This effort continued recently, but this time it’s directed at Tonic, the official registry of the .to domain name, with S.to as the single target. Through the subpoena, the anti-piracy coalition asks Tonic to disclose information including names, physical addresses, IP addresses, telephone numbers, email addresses, payment information, account updates, and account history associated with the domain registrant. While .to is the top-level domain of the island kingdom of Tonga, the Tonic registry operates through Tonic Domains Corp., which clearly has a U.S. presence with a California address. As such, it will generally fall under the jurisdiction of US courts. As is usually the case with DMCA subpoenas, this request was approved by a court clerk without oversight from a judge. That will require the registry to hand over the requested information. How valuable that will be, has yet to be seen. Part of the Anti-Piracy Toolbox An anti-piracy source familiar with the matter informs TorrentFreak that some information obtained through these subpoenas is fake or unusable. However, it can result in actionable intelligence as well, and even false information can have its value. Generally speaking, our source says that DMCA subpoenas are just another part of a larger anti-piracy toolbox, one that ACE now uses to its full potential. In the long term, copyright holders are hoping subpoenas will become even more effective. This can be achieved by making sure that information kept by online services is more accurate. This is a topic that’s high on the anti-piracy agenda at the moment. KYBC Push Last month, a coalition of more than 50 groups sent a letter sent to the European Commission asking it to consider broader “Know Your Business Customer” (KYBC) requirements as part of the Digital Services Act. The groups wrote that they would like third-party intermediaries, including hosting providers and domain registrars, to carry out more checks to properly confirm the identities of customers. At the moment, this information is often missing. This means that, even if ACE’s current subpoena efforts prove to be fruitless, they can still use that failure as ammunition to show that stricter regulations are needed. In other words, it’s pretty much a win-win situation. — A copy of the declaration from MPA/ACE in support of their subpoena request is available here (pdf) From: TF, for the latest news on copyright battles, piracy and more. View the full article
  23. After four years of Donald Trump, it's easy for a U.S. resident to believe that TV news reporters aren't permitted to ask tough questions or push back when given inadequate answers. So it can be quite jarring in 2020 to see such things happen in a live interview. That's why this clip from a New Zealand news broadcast is getting so much attention. Newshub's Tova O'Brien sat down for a chat with Jami-Lee Ross, a controversial New Zealand politician with some decidedly Trump-y qualities who lost his seat in Parliament following the country's just-concluded 2020 election. The four-minute clip highlights an exchange that's marked primarily by O'Brien's incisive questioning and unwillingness to let Ross dodge. She steers the conversation in a way that's meant to hold the ousted politician to account for his more questionable behavior. Read more... More about Interview, New Zealand, Culture, Web Culture, and PoliticsView the full article
  24. Shaming people on TikTok carries a special flavor of vicious righteousness. Angry at the apparent lack of mask-wearing and social distancing amid rising COVID cases in the United States, irate TikTok users are flaming a Los Angeles salon through snarky videos and negative Yelp reviews. But intense public shaming, regardless of whether it's deserved, may actually reinforce the target's wrongful behavior instead of pushing them to actually change. Habit Salon, which recently expanded from its Arizona origins and opened a location in West Hollywood, is immensely popular with influencers for the salon's summery balayage and hair extension techniques. The salons' owner, Chrissy Rasmussen, posts videos of her clients' "transformations" on Instagram and TikTok under the handle hairby_chrissy. She has been posting content from her salons for months. Read more... More about Tiktok, Covid 19, Social Distancing, Culture, and Web Culture View the full article
  25. British singer and number one breakup songwriter of the century Adele will return to the Saturday Night Live stage on Oct. 24. Not as a musical guest, but as the episode's host. A tweet from her Twitter account confirmed her hosting duties and announced that the musical guest for the episode will be R&B singer H.E.R. pic.twitter.com/hjhNsOTA75 — Adele (@Adele) October 18, 2020 Adele was a musical guest on SNL for the first time in 2008, when she was promoting her debut album 19. She was also a musical guest in 2015, one day after the release of her second album, 25. This will be her first time appearing on the show without being invited as a musical guest. Read more... More about Snl, Adele, Entertainment, and Movies Tv ShowsView the full article
  26. Apple’s new iPhone 12 lineup begins dropping Oct. 23. The company’s latest mobile phone model is a bit different than its previous iterations. For example, this will be the first iPhone to come with 5G. Another thing different about this Apple release: it’s the first flagship iPhone to launch in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. Due to COVID-19, this iPhone launch will look a little different, especially if you plan to pick up your device at the Apple Store. Here’s what you could expect on iPhone 12 launch day. If you’re planning to buy a new iPhone, it would probably be a safe bet to preorder it now. The big iPhone 12 announcement was already delayed this year due to coronavirus-related production issues. The event was pushed back a month from its usual date in September. Now, just two days after iPhone 12 preorders opened, there are reports that the device is already selling out. Read more... More about Apple, Iphone, Apple Store, Coronavirus, and Iphone 12 View the full article
  27. H.E.R. will act as musical guest on the upcoming episode of SNL View the full article
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