Struggle for kids to tear off consoles and phones for dinner, homework and good, real life, a thought for Chinese youth. Announcing a tougher campaign on how children can play online games, the new limit has been set at just three hours per week. Platforms like Tencent can only offer kids gaming on Fridays, weekends and public holidays between midnight and midnight.
There was Tencent earlier this month Forced to cut Time minors can play his hit mobile games Respect for kings Only one hour on weekends and two hours on weekends.
Strengthening the rules would not come as a surprise. Earlier last month, the state-owned media released an editorial calling video game “Spiritual Opium”, outlining all the negative ways gaming can affect China’s youth.
I can already imagine what parents are saying about their children Tough gaming rules in China, And how their blessings should be counted. I can imagine that most of the kids are ignoring them.
– Matt Smith
From next month, you will be able to choose between Verizon and T-Mobile.
Volkswagen has unveiled a new feature for its car-net connected vehicle service that lets you get 4G data from two major US telecoms. Whether it offers Verizon or T-Mobile, it makes it relatively easy to add your vehicle to an existing mobile plan.
From September, VW owners in the United States will be able to access the subscription plan on VW’s dedicated website or through its mobile app. From there, they can add an account to their existing mobile wireless provider (think it is Verizon or T-Mobile) and link it to their existing Volkswagen Car-Net subscription.
New episodes of ‘The Problem with John Stuart’ will come out every week.
John Stewart will soon be back on a screen near you so that some of the big issues of the day are resolved again. His Apple TV + series, Problems with John Stuart, Will premiere September 30. Rather like broadcasting on a night basis The Daily Show, Or even weekly, new episodes will come out every week. Stewart will deal with one issue per episode (much to be missed) Patriotic law with Hasan Minhaj), With a companion podcast – of course – set to run alongside it.
Classical service only will be closed on September 7th.
Apple is expanding its music streaming options after purchasing the classical service Primfonic. Apple Music aims to release a dedicated classical music app next year, which will integrate Primefonic’s user interface with some of Apple’s own features.
“To achieve our mission, we need to partner with a leading streaming service that includes all music genres and also shares our love for classical music,” Primfonic wrote in a letter to users on its website. Primophonic has closed its doors to new users. , And it will close on September 7th.
Welcome news for those who missed the Fancy Ultimate Edition.
You’ll get occupied soon Neon Genesis Evangelion Blu-ray set in the United States, without paying through the nose. Even though an expensive $ 275 Ultimate version has already sold out, you’ll still have the opportunity to purchase a copy of Saga on Blu-ray as there are two more options on the way to distributor GKids.
Like the Ultimate Edition, the Collector’s Edition package will be released in December. Lock in a pre-order and it will return you 17 175, but as a release date it will cost 2 220. The standard version came out a month ago, lacking classic dubs or subtitles. It costs 60 or $ 46 if you pre-order.
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