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In his battle against Apple and Google that made it very difficult to play Fourteen days On a mobile device, Epic Games received significant support from Microsoft this week.

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Karim Benessaieh

Karim Benessaieh
The press

Fourteen days

Fans can now open this game with a web browser on almost any platform very easily and for free, just by going to the Xbox Cloud Gaming service. All you need is a Microsoft username. We could open Fourteen days and play it on a Mac, iPhone and Google Pixel with no problems. This is the first free game to be offered on this platform and Canada is one of 26 countries already taking advantage of the beta version.



Amazon has announced the first opening in 15 years for the popular ePub format, which can be emailed to Kindle e-readers.

The main flaw of Amazon’s Kindle e-readers is their incompatibility with the most popular digital book format, ePub. A small change in the Kindle space, first noticed by the GoodEReader website, has revived hope that these readers will finally accept this format and even opened the door to the possibility of downloading protected ePub books taken from the library were borrowed. The reality is more modest: by the end of 2022 we will be able to email books in ePub format to a Kindle, but they will be converted to Amazon’s home format AZW3. However, this is the first opening for this format in 15 years, giving hope for full compatibility. Amazon did not respond to this message.


According to Cisco’s 2021 Cybersecurity Report, phishing is the method used in 90% of recorded security breaches worldwide. This is one of the simplest methods, utilizing the weak link in IT, the user, who is deprived of information by posing as a legitimate interlocutor. The Zscaler company, AtlasVPN reports, has created a composite portrait of the identities most commonly impersonated for this scam. At the top with 36.6% we find Microsoft with its products like OneDrive and Outlook and its Windows operating system, which is used by three out of four computers. Cyber ​​scammers also lure their victims with promises of illegal and therefore cheaper music or live video streaming services.

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