Screen time limits – set limits for each day of the week, for example, you have the ability to allow for more time on the weekends or reduce time during the school week Content filters – set filters based on the age of each child; an 8-year old can only access games rated E, and will be blocked from accessing titles that are too mature Play and communication settings – block all access to play and communication with other players, limit access to “friends only” or grant permission for older children to play and chat with “everyone” Activity reports – view daily and weekly activity reports for each child to understand how they are spending their time on Xbox … [Read more...] about New Xbox app for parents lets you log kids off and set time limits from anywhere
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“They will all see significantly less money coming from downloads and CDs over that time though. It’s going to be a painful year or two for the average musician. And it may be harder for the people in the music world before this change to adapt than it is for artists born into this world,” he says. … [Read more...] about Streaming music: what next for Apple, YouTube, Spotify… and musicians?
AR is developed into apps to bring digital components into the real worldFor example, in the Pokemon Go app, the characters seem to appear in real world scenarios … [Read more...] about Google unveils new Sodar augmented reality tool that creates a six-foot ring around you on your phone screen to help you follow social distancing rules
Eleven years ago, Xenoblade Chronicles revitalised one of the staler video game genres, the Japanese role-playing game. Die during one of the game’s clockwork battles and you’ll simply respawn, without penalty, nearby. You can save anywhere, fast-travel between points in an instant, and the game is filled with extracurricular activities: twinkling collectibles to fill in your sticker book (with equipment rewards for collecting sets), and almost limitless number of loitering characters ready to inveigle you into their dramas and errands, if only you’ll hear their pleas. The novelty of Xenoblade’s ideas, and general improvements to the template were subsequently widely adopted and, as such, have less impact today. Still, for a game in which you and your growing band of fighters are struggling to save the world, it remains joyfully easy-going and well-oiled. … [Read more...] about Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition review – we’re all Homs now