The Morning After: Wordle found a new home
Wordle, the once-a-day word game with no ads, subscriptions, or even a mobile app, has bought by New York Times. If you haven’t played it yet, you have six chances to guess a five-letter word, with clues provided to guess the correct letter. In an interview with Time Earlier this month, creator Josh Wardle admitted the project was partly inspired by Spelling Bee, one of the newspaper subscription games, with which Wordle will likely appear with it shortly.
Time did not disclose the exact terms of Wordle’s acquisition, although the press release said it paid “in the low seven figures.” Play it while you can – or find another solution Discovered Evil behavior.
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. To address some of those shortcomings, DICE and EA officially from the game’s first to early summer season and will use the extra time to work out the core experience. Next BF2042 the update will bring an improved, easier to understand scoreboard, while better player profiles and function will arrive “as soon as possible.”
But only for beta users.
Follow 9to5Google. Publication first spotted this experimental feature in a deep dive into the Google Messages beta app last year. It’s unclear if the feature will roll out to the stable version most of us use, but if you’re using a beta app, you’ll soon receive an update that allows it to work.
It costs a little more.
Peloton once again with new heart rate monitor. Its $90 Heart Rate Band can be more comfortable and easy to use than a chest strap, which often needs to be placed in a specific position and often requires damped contacts to function. normal movement. The heart rate monitor works with Peloton apps and devices, including all Bicycle and Bicycle models, as well as the Guide camera. The wristband should work with other products that recognize regular Bluetooth heart rate monitors, but don’t have ANT+ support – a standard in many gyms and gyms.
Creators say Spotify’s support of Joe Rogan is ‘like a slap in the face.’
Host and editor of Science vs, a podcast owned by Spotify, no longer makes episodes of the show – let’s save it for those “to fight the misinformation being spread on Spotify.” In a letter to Spotify CEOs, Daniel Ek, Wendy Zukerman and Blythe Terrell said their policies will remain in place until “Spotify implements stronger methods to prevent the spread of misinformation on the platform.”
Express Wi-Fi launched 5 years ago and is available in 30 countries.
Meta is ending its Wi-Fi Express program designed to provide low-cost Internet in developing countries through partnerships with local communities, mobile operators and businesses. Designed to be inexpensive, starting at around 15 cents for 100MB or $5 for 20GB, Facebook works with satellite companies, ISPs and others in places like India, South Africa and Philippines.
Recently, The Wall Street Journal Meta Free Internet Services has reported an issue that has generated unexpected charges for users in Pakistan. According to the report, Meta also favors its own content on the free data Discover service to the detriment of other sites. Meta says it plans to focus on other projects around internet access.
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