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Netflix teases its take on ‘The Witcher’

We’ve known for a while that Henry Cavill will be taking on the role of Geralt in Netflix’s live-action adaptation of The Witcher. Now, we get to see him in action. The trailer shows us that The Witcher is ready to fill take up the space fantasy series Game of Thrones has left behind with black magic, monsters, evil forces, and political turmoil. It looks to be just as graphic as GoT. Cavill plays Geralt of Rivia, the series’ central character and he stars alongside Freya Allan, who plays Ciri, Anya Chalotra as Yennefer, and Anna Shaffer as Triss.

The show is based on Andrzej Sapkowski’s novels, which has also produced the popular role-playing games from CD Projekt Red. The Witcher series is being overseen by Lauren Schmidt Hissrich, who is best known for her work on The Umbrella Academy and The Defenders. We don’t know much about what the first season will be like, but she has told Entertainment Weekly that it won’t be an adaptation of the video games.

Source: The Verge


Instagram’s new policy could have trolls losing their accounts

A change in Instagram’s policy might deter trolls from engaging in harmful behaviour online—unless they want their accounts deleted. As it stands, Instagram’s policy when it comes to disabling accounts is after a certain percentage of posted content violates its terms. Now, the company will remove accounts with a certain number of violations within a particular time frame. So, if someone goes on a racist, violent, or homophobic Instagram rant, they will be at risk of losing their accounts. This policy is similar to what’s being enforced on Facebook.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ will reportedly be the only version to support faster charging

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It isn’t news that Samsung is planning to bring faster wired charging to the Galaxy Note line. But some new details that might make you think about whether you’d want to pick up the base Galaxy Note 10 model or the Note 10+. Leaker Ice Universe recently tweeted that the former won’t support 45-watt fast wired charging. This will reportedly only be available with the Note 10+. But the supplied charger will still be the 25-watt charger. Samsung will supposedly sell the charger separately for a hefty €50 (approx. CA$75). If fast charging really matters to you, this difference might be enough for you to purchase one over the other.

Source: Forbes


Tinder removes Google Play payments for its Android app

Tinder users on Android who want to subscribe to its premium services will no longer have their payments processed through the Play Store. Tinder users will now need to enter their credit card information directly into the app. And according to rumours, this is because Tinder’s owner Match Group isn’t happy with the high percentage Google is taking from its revenue. Google takes as much as 30 percent of the revenue if you use its payment system. Tinder is almost always in the top ten of the money-making apps on the Play Store that aren’t in the gaming category.

And while Tinder pulling out might not affect Google’s overall revenue, it could set a bad precedent and entice other high-earning apps to do the same. One company who’s pulled this move is Epic Games. The company behind smash-hit game Fortnite made headlines when it decided to side-step the Google Play Store entirely for the Android version of the game.