The biggest difference between the Series 5 and the previous Apple Watch iterations is its always-on display. It will always show the time and you no longer need to raise your wrist in order to wake the screen up. This might sound a tad silly and inconsequential, but having to move your hands unsubtly isn’t appropriate at all times, so we appreciate the slight upgrade. Workout stats are also immediately shown as soon as you start exercising. For example, do some pushups and the Watch will automatically display the corresponding metrics. There are plenty of watch faces to choose from, with designs that range from the elegant to the quirky. And if you’re thinking that the always-on display will take a serious toll on the battery life, don’t fret. It’s possible to get a full day and a half out of a single charge. Recharging takes about an hour. … [Read more...] about Apple Watch Series 5 and iPad 10.2 discounted (again) at Amazon
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Although Universal, Disney, and other studios have found a way to strike gold in the streaming video environment, there’s still plenty of profit potential in theatrical releases — even when social-distancing is still in effect. However, the affordability of high-resolution, large-screen TVs and cinema-quality sound systems has increasingly blurred the lines between movie theaters and home theaters, so it remains to be seen whether audiences will feel compelled to abandon the movie-watching environment they’ve grown accustomed to the last few months. … [Read more...] about After coronavirus, what happens to Hollywood and movies?
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Goldeneye (1995) 1995’s Goldeneye was Pierce Brosnan’s first run at 007 and the first James Bond film to inspire a video game. That distinction helped introduce Bond to a new generation of fans, many of whom may accordingly put Brosnan right toward the top of the list of Bond actors. Goldeneye brought Bond into the ’90s with panache, beginning with a death-defying bungee jump off of the world’s tallest dam, and progressing ferociously through the typical Bond web of bedding beautiful women, high-tech gadgetry, and betrayal. But Goldeneye is just a lone representative here for the many other Bond films available on Prime, including A View to Kill, Diamonds Are Forever, Die Another Day, Dr. No, For Your Eyes Only, From Russia with Love, Goldfinger, License to Kill, Live and Let Die, Moonraker, Never Say Never Again, Octopussy, On Her Majesty’s Secret Service, The Man with the Golden … [Read more...] about The 50 best movies on Amazon Prime right now