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Netflix’s big gaming plans aren’t really about creating video games, according to a Netflix job listing

Netflix reportedly has major plans to add video games to its wildly popular streaming service. Those games could arrive on Netflix as soon as next year, according to Bloomberg. But what kind of games should users expect? A Netflix job listing draws a pretty clear picture. LoadingSomething is loading. ...
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The best director of Black Mirror takes Star Wars series | Digital Trends Spanish

One of the most celebrated chapters of the Black Mirror series for many fans is USS Callister, where Robert Daly is the head of a technology company, but, at night, he becomes the commander of an interstellar ship that explores the universe in the style of Star Trek. The director of this episode is Toby Haynes, who from now on will take the lead in the new series of Star wars Disney Plus based on the character of Cassian Andor. Deadline reports that due to travel issues related to COVID-19, the writer of Rogue one and showrunner of the series, Tony Gilroy, will not direct the first episodes of the show. He remains the executive producer and executive producer, and will give the roles to Haynes. Toby Haynes in addition to his participation in the acclaimed Black mirror ...
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The best tech series you should watch right now | Digital Trends Spanish

From the IT department to completely unimaginable worlds, the best technology series keep stories of all kinds, capable of capturing any audience. This list - which we will update in the coming weeks - gives you a tour of the environments of Black mirror, the enigmas of Orphan Black and the humor of Silicon Valley. From the mind of Charlie Brooker, this series uses technology as a pretext - from virtual assistants to video games - to show dystopian societies, but at the same time so close to reality. Each of the chapters that make up the five seasons works independently, that is, it is possible to start in the order you prefer. In addition, there is also the interactive movie Black Mirror: Bandersnatch, in which "decisions" of the viewer change the course of the st...