VERONA Un uomo è morto venerdì sera sulle montagne al confine tra Verona e Trento precipitando mentre attraversava un baratro su una fune sospesa nel vuoto. L'incidente è avvenuto sui Lessini, tra Passo delle Fittanze e Sega di Ala, a 1.399 metri di … by Livio Acerbo #greengroundit #thisisnews
Amazon Prime Day deals are coming your way in July and we want to help you find the best deals in what is usually the sales event of the summer.
Thanks to a leak we exclusively uncovered last week, it looks like Amazon PrimeDay is probably going to start at midday on July 16th and carry on until midnight the following day on the 17th. That’s one hell of a long ‘day’ Amazon. The date has not been confirmed officially yet but we’ve got all our money firmly placed on those days.
We love a good deal here at TechRadar and we’ve been bringing you highlights of the best prices for years now around Prime Day, Black Friday, Cyber Monday, Boxing Day, Memorial Day, bank holiday sales and every day in between too. And yes, we’ve got you covered for this weekend’s 4th of July sales too. So if you want to see the best deals rounded up by seasoned pros instead of seasonal enthusiasts, we’d very much like to see you right here on July 16th.
Netflix has given yet another original the go-ahead to shoot 10 episodes: this time, it’s a martial arts sci-fi crime drama called Wu Assassins, and it will star Indonesian actor Iko Uwais. The name will most likely sound familiar to fans of the genre. Uwais played the lead character and did the fight choreography for Indonesian martial arts flick The Raid (and its sequel), which is possibly one of the greatest action movies ever made. According to Deadline, he’ll serve as the lead fight choreographer and stunt coordinator for the series, too. Hopefully, that means we can expect some heart-pumping, beautifully choreographed fight scenes.
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Maybe you’re going to throw a giant barbecue for the 4th of July, and if you are, be sure to read our Grillin’ Gear picks. But backyard parties aren’t for everyone. If you’re planning to stay indoors and do a little gaming (or need other new tech), check out these deals. There is a great sale on WIRED’s favorite gaming headsets, and some other kickass discounts happening this weekend. As always, thanks to our friends at TechBargains for helping us find some of these deals.
Our Favorite Gaming Headsets are On Sale
The SteelSeries Arctis series currently tops our list of best gaming headsets, and a number of models are currently discounted on Amazon. Every Arctis Pro we’ve tested so far has impressed us.
Love reigns down in Venice and visitors need more than a one or two-day trip to fully explore it's many charms. And while it is easy to hover near the … social experiment by Livio Acerbo #greengroundit #travel #tours
There’s a not-so-secret reason as to why Drake is performing so well, though: both Apple and Spotify bent over backwards to promote Scorpion. Apple Music featured him prominently, added Siri responses to Drake-related questions (such as “what’s Drake’s nickname?”) and created a make-your-own-cover-art website. Spotify, meanwhile, went even further by inserting into numerous playlists, including unexpected ones like Afternoon Acoustic and Ambient Chill. If you used Spotify on the weekend of June 29th, you almost certainly saw some reference to Toronto’s best-known rap export.