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Sony nen finit plus de combler ses joueurs PS4. Après avoir proposé gratuitement trois jeux phares sur PlayStation Plus, le géant japonais distribue les remises exceptionnelles via le PlayStation Store. Vous pourrez ainsi compléter votre collection et rattrapez de grands classiques, avec -70% de réduction pour les offres les plus généreuses. Des promos valables jusquau 22 juillet prochain. Pour vous éviter de perdre plusieurs minutes à parcourir toutes les pages jeux concernées et vous permettre de les dépensez plutôt sur votre console, nous avons rassemblé les offres promotionnelles les plus intéressantes. DAssassins Creed Odyssey à Marvels Spider-Man, en passant par God of War, vous allez faire chauffer votre manette DualShock 4 ! Code Vein : 69,99€ 30,09€ sur PSNUn jeu Action-RPG q...Read More
Achetez un iPad ou un Macbook éligible pour septembre, recevez les écouteurs sans fil vendus initialement à 179 €.
Vous êtes à la recherche de très bons écouteurs sans fil True Wireless ? Les Apple AirPods de 2019 coûtent actuellement 179 avec un boîtier de charge inclus. Et bien, la firme de Cupertino a décidé de vous les offrir gratuitement. Sous certaines conditions. Cette promotion exceptionnelle est en effet réservée aux étudiants mais aussi aux enseignants inscrits sur le réseau Unidays. Ce programme de soutien éducatif est porté par Apple et accessible dès à présent dans 26 pays en plus des Etats-Unis et du Canada. Bonne nouvelle : la France fait partie des nouveaux adhérents. Pour obtenir vos AirPods, il vous suffit donc de créer un compte Unidays puis dacheter un iPad ou un MacBook éligible à lopération. AirPods 3 : tout ce que nous savons sur les prochains écouteurs Apple Les Airpods 2, grRead More
Après quelques mises a jour, Apple a rendu disponible « Apple Arcade », son nouveau service dedie au jeu video sur une majorite dappareils (iPhone, iPad, Apple TV et macOS). Et apres une année... il est assez difficile de mesurer lampleur de ce nouvel effort dApple dans le domaine du gaming, son premier depuis des decennies. En letat actuel des choses, notre ressenti est le suivant : si vous pouvez vous passer de jeux AAA, Apple Arcade sera a meme de vous proposer une interface agreable et surprenante, et cela au travers de nombreux genres vidéoludiques. Dans les mois ayant suivi son lancement, le service a ajoute 32 nouveaux jeux a son catalogue, une premiere mise a jour prometteuse pour ce service lancé en septembre 2019. Bien que linterface regroupe les jeux par categorie, il vous fau...Read More
Boris Johnson under ‘wrong impression that he can pull off negotiating at the 11th hour,’ says EU official
Germany has dropped discussions about Brexit negotiations between the UK and EU from a meeting of Brussels envoys next week because there has been no tangible progress in talks, according to EU diplomats. Angela Merkels government, which currently holds the rotating presidency of the EU Council, had intended to discuss the trade deal talks during the meeting of ambassadors from the 27 member states but scrapped it because of the apparent stalemate. An EU diplomat with knowledge of the councils agenda confirmed to Reuters that Brexit had been removed following frustration over last weeks round of talks between UK chief negotiator David Frost and his counterpart Michel Barnier, which made no headway. Since there hasnt been any tangible progress in EU-UK negotiations, the Brexit item was t...Read More
South Carolina senator has gone from a caustic Trump critic to one of the president’s most dependable allies
The Independent employs reporters around the world to bring you truly independent journalism. To support us, please consider a contribution. South Carolina senator Lindsey Graham has defended Donald Trump against charges of racism, saying that he likes people whether they are albino or black as coal provided they like him back. In an interview for Snapchats Good Luck America, Mr Graham was reminded that during the 2016 campaign, he himself labelled Mr Trump a racist a xenophobic, race-baiting, religious bigot, he himself recalled. Asked whether he considers the president a racist to this day, Mr Graham defended Mr Trump unambiguously. He won the presidency. No, I dont think hes racist. Heres what I think. You can be black as coal and if you like him, he likes you. You can be albino and ...Read More
‘One of them actually said, your symptoms are probably not to do with your heart because you’re young and you’re female. Even though my father had a heart condition,’ says woman
Women are forced to wait more than five times longer than men for a heart failure diagnosis, a new study has found. Researchers discovered women are 96 per cent more likely to get an incorrect diagnosis of heart failure than men attributing sharp disparities to such problems being wrongly viewed as a mans disease. The study, conducted by leading heart failure charity the Pumping Marvellous Foundation, found men said they waited an average of just over three and a half weeks to get a formal diagnosis after their first GP visit, but women waited just over 20 weeks instead. Download the new Independent Premium app Sharing the full story, not just the headlines Download now Researchers warned such delays were linked to poorer quality of life, financial losses, mental health issues and av...Read More
The pandemic has driven millions of us out of stores and onto the web. Some estimates say online shopping grew more than 75 percent in June 2020 compared to the previous year, and only a bit less in July--and online spending was already projected to reach $5 trillion in 2021. But while our method of shopping may have changed, we haven't stopped being careful consumers. We still want to compare prices and read reviews, and we're also asking for seamless ordering across platforms; clear, well-designed websites; and responsive customer service. To point our readers to the Best Online Shops 2021, Newsweek once again paired with respected global data-research firm Statista. Our rankings recognize 1,000 shops across 39 categories in eight groups. "Home Living" shops scored the highest on avera...Read More
An inquest hears John Edwards was the subject of complaints of violence, intimidation and stalking by five of his ex-partners and three of his children before he shot dead Jack and Jennifer in their Sydney home in 2018.
A Sydney man who shot dead his son and daughter at their home before killing himself had a 40-year history of domestic violence, an inquest has heard. Key points: John Edwards had six prior families and had fathered a total of 10 childrenFive months after the shootings, Olga Edwards took her own lifeThe inquest heard Jack and Jennifer were afraid of their father John Edwards, 68, gunned down his children Jack, 15, and Jennifer, 13, in July 2018 as they attempted to hide in a bedroom of the West Pennant Hills home they shared with their mother. Counsel Assisting Kate Richardson SC said at the time of the shootings Edwards was the subject of complaints of violence, intimidation and stalking by no fewer than five of his ex-partners and three of his children. She said the inquest would exRead More
Australia’s Alex De Minaur continues his quest to be the first Australian male to win the US Open since Lleyton Hewitt in 2001 with a smooth straight sets fourth round win over Canada’s Vasek Pospisil.
Australia's Alex De Minaur has charged into his first ever grand slam quarter-final with a straight sets victory over Canadian giant-killer Vasek Pospisil. The last time an Australian won a singles title at the US Open was Lleyton Hewitt in 2001The quarter-finals is the furthest Alex De Minaur has been in a grand slamThe men's draw is guaranteed to have a first time grand slam winner World No.94 Pospisil had claimed two big scalps in the previous two rounds, taking out fellow Canadian and tournament 25th seed Milos Raonic in four sets in the second round, before beating eighth-seeded Spaniard Roberto Bautista Agut in five sets to make the round of 16. But against the 21-year-old Australian he was not allowed to repeat the effort as he lost 7-6 (8-6) 6-3 6-2. If the scoreline seems likeRead More