Day Remains: Internet Explorer Is Finally Retiring
Amazon gives players a discount, Google reveals its plan for the annual I / O Developers Conference, Internet Explorer Goes to the Pasture, and more in today’s roundup.
- Amazon Prime members will now get 20% off game pre-orders and new releases . No downloads – just physical games! The first two weeks of the game’s availability! Console kits are not included! Careful, this is a nice bonus. [Polygon]
- Google’s annual developer conference, Google I / O, will take place May 18-20 in Mountain View. This was announced on Twitter by Google CEO Sundar Pichai . Oh, he posted on Google+ too . Coating of bases.
- Internet Explorer is dead . As of today, Microsoft no longer supports IE 8, 9, and 10 or Windows 8.0, so you should probably upgrade. The browser survived its younger siblings, the cool IE 11 and the cool teenager Edge .
- Diesel drama! California regulators have rejected Volkswagen’s plan to repair their fraudulent vehicles. Thus, 600,000 cars in the United States are still lying about efficiency while awaiting a fix. [Yalopnik]
- ICYMI, VLC for Apple TV is now available , so you can stream your completely legal video library in various formats to your Apple TV.
- EA Access is coming to PC in the form of Origin Access . You will be able to download various EA games for $ 5 a month. [Kotaku]
- Tonight, President Barack Obama will deliver a closing message on the state of the Union during his presidency. You can watch online or of course on any number of TV channels . I like the minimal C-SPAN channel. No talking heads, no excessive graphics – just me and Barry.