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Everything we know about Paramount’s new product Yellowstone Prequel Series 1932

On the spur heels of this week’s Yellowstone news—that the fifth season of the series has begun filming in Montana, and that it will be the biggest yet—Paramount+ made another announcement about the Dutton Universe: a new series is coming to the streaming network this winter.The series, a continuation of the Yellowstone prequel 1883, has…

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All we know about Sasha Banks’ and Naomi’s exit from WWE Raw

WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions Sasha Banks and Naomi walked out on WWE Monday Night Raw on May 16. Here is everything we know. On the May 16 episode of WWE Monday Night Raw, a six-pack challenge was announced that would determine the No. 1 contender to the Raw Women’s Championship…

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Everything We Know About Outlander Season 7

In March 2021—a full year before season 6 of Outlander began airing—Starz announced that it had picked up season 7 from executive producer Ronald D. Moore and Sony Pictures Television. Since then we’ve returned to Fraser’s Ridge, and a lot happened: Claire struggled with the aftermath of sexual assault, Bree and Roger embarked on a…

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Everything to Eat, Drink, and See in Tulsa, Oklahoma

This is our guide for how to spend the best possible day eating, drinking, and adventuring through a new-to-you city. Here, Bradley James Dry—special events chef and longtime Tulsan—shares his tips for where to eat and what to do if you happen to find yourself on Tulsa Time.Tulsa is a just-big-enough town. It’s bike-friendly and…

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Are NFTs Collapsing? Yes, But So Is Everything Else

NFTs are in strife. Sunday saw the lowest volume of NFT sales on OpenSea, the biggest marketplace for such goods, since December. Just $52 million worth of the stuff was sold, according to Dune Analytics. Compare that with April, where volume dipped below $100 million on only a handful of occassions. Reluctant buyers have led to precipitous…

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All You Can Expect from Google I/O 2022

GoogleAfter canceling in 2020 and having an intimate show for 2021, Google’s annual developer event, Google I/O 2022, is back and should be bigger than ever. And while these events are highly software-focused, we’re expecting some big hardware announcements later this week. This year’s event kicks off on Wednesday, May 11th, at 1 PM ET. Several…

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Everything New in Firefox 100 on Desktop and Mobile

Photo: Primakov (Shutterstock)Mozilla just dropped Firefox version 100, and there are several new features to mark the browser’s milestone update including new accessibility options, easier payments, stronger browsing security, and more. The features are split between Firefox’s desktop and mobile versions, so we’ll cover them in their own separate sections.New Firefox 100 features on desktopOn…

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MOAR NFT by Joan Cornella: Everything You Need To Know

The MOAR NFT collection features 5,555 creatures on the Ethereum blockchain. Together with FWENCLUB, Spanish artist Joan Cornellà’s 200 hand-drawn attributes make up this unique group of humans, cyborgs, and zombies. They now live together peacefully in an unusual metaverse mansion. Let’s take a peek in this mansion, shall we?Can you handle any MOAR? Credit:…

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What is Wi-Fi 6 and how does it work? This is everything you need to know about Wi-Fi 6.

Like the inevitable march of time, Wi-Fi gets faster and faster to keep up with our ever-expanding bandwidth demands for streaming, gaming, video calls, and all of our connected activities. Wi-Fi 6 is here, and it’s the latest and greatest new wireless networking standard. The distinctions between the different versions of Wi-Fi have always been…

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The M1 chip, and more: All you need to know about Apple’s homegrown Mac chips

Macs have undergone a big change since last June. Announced at WWDC 2020, Apple is switching its internal architecture from one that uses Intel CPUs, third-party graphics processors, and other parts, to the company’s own “system on a chip.” The first Apple silicon SoC for Macs is called the M1. That chip was followed up by…