Crown Tundra Pokemon & Cut Pokemon List

A dataminer has shared what is believed to be the final list of returning Pokemon for the final DLC for Pokemon Sword & Shield: The Crown Tundra. The list comes courtesy of Twitter user abcboy. While this is not verified information, the Pokemon on the list includes many of the Pokemon featured in trailers for The Crown Tundra. Regardless, we will update the list if anything changes once the DLC has been released. So GF has basically confirmed the Pokémon they plan to add in The Crown Tundra with the dex entries they left out (+/- Mewtwo, Mew, Cobalion, Terrakion, and Virizion, which are already available but not with dex… Read More

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You may finally be able to watch Netflix in 4K on a Mac with Big Sur

Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge Watching 4K Netflix video on a Mac seems like it’s about to get much easier, as the forthcoming macOS Big Sur includes a Safari update that reportedly lets you watch Netflix in 4K, along with Dolby Vision HDR, according to a tweet from Ishan Agarwal (via 9to5Mac). This may mark the first time that macOS users will be able to stream Netflix in 4K. Previously, streaming 4K Netflix on a computer at all required you to be on Windows and using Microsoft’s Edge browser or the Netflix Windows 10 app. That means, in theory, you could watch Netflix in 4K on a Mac… Read More

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YouTube bans more white supremacist channels for hate speech

Alphabet’s YouTube has banned six channels known to promote white supremacist content — including those of David Duke, Stefan Molyneux and Richard Spencer — escalating the company’s efforts to root out hate speech and respond to recent criticism of the video site. The company said the channels violated its policies by claiming members of protected groups were inferior. Duke is the former grand wizard of the Klu Klux Klan, while Molyneux and Spencer consider themselves philosophers. YouTube, like many of its peers in Silicon Valley, is stepping up efforts to crack down on hate speech in response to growing outcry about such content on social media. The business, which is… Read More

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Google Photos will no longer backup social media folders by default

Photo by Vjeran Pavic / The Verge Google Photos will no longer backup images and videos saved from folders created and managed by social media apps by default (via Android Police). Previously, Google’s photo backup platform would automatically upload all images saved to your Android or iOS device, including those files stored in folders created by apps like Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp. Now, Google says that feature is turned off, and you’ll have to toggle it on for specific apps or run manual backups on specific folders. Google is citing the surge in image sharing happening since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. “People are sharing more photos and videos… Read More

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