The biggest story of the week is still the Perseverance Wanderer. NASA’s latest space robot has brought another Linux device to Mars and has sent some impressive pictures. We will have to wait longer to watch HD videos and the first drone, and beware of fake videos circulating on social media, but things will be better next week.
Until then, you can always catch up Wanda Vision A breath-sized plot, and make sure you stay there until the end of the film begins to roll.
And “Diablo II”
Blizzard’s online conference will be held this weekend, and the opening keynote provides a wealth of information about upcoming games. We didn’t get any big surprises, but there are detailed information about two different “Diablo” games.Developers talk Diablo IV New Rogue category and will be revealed later this year Diablo II is resurrected The game will be brought to PCs and game consoles with remastered HD graphics.
The company also allows players to see some Overwatch 2 Level, launched with Lost Viking, Rock and Roll, with BlackthorneAnd uncovered Hearthstone The classic format can bring the game back to the state of 2014.
The 4th generation smart lock in August can enjoy a $55 discount.
Those who insist on buying OLED TVs can buy LG CX models at discounted prices, while Apple’s Mac mini M1 hit a record low of $600. Most of Amazon’s Fire tablets are also on sale, reducing the Fire 7 to $40 and its Kids to $60.
Here are all the best offers of the week that you can still enjoy this week, please remember to follow @EngadgetDeals on Twitter for more updates.
Why did the Texas grid fail?
This week, Devindra and Cherlynn chatted with local Texan and technologist Alex Cranz about what happened and why Texas is so unique in terms of American power infrastructure. In addition, they have a deep understanding of Facebook’s decision to stop new sharing in Australia and why Lastpass decided to make its free password management more complicated.
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After driving Ford’s new electric crossover, Andrew Tarantola said he would pick one up within a second. Unfortunately, this does not mean that he believes the Mustang name and badge are valid.
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