Here are your free PlayStation Plus games for August 2021

Summer is flying by and we’re quickly approaching August. That means it’s time for another set of free games for PlayStation Plus subscribers.

This month includes three free games for all PlayStation Plus subscribers. From a popular, wacky first-person shooter, to a brand new title launching for both PS4 and PS5, this month’s list of free games is a good one.

As a reminder, you are required to have an active PlayStation Plus account to get these games for free this month.

This month, PlayStation is also switching it up a little bit. All of this month’s PlayStation Plus games will be available for PS4 and PS5 users (through backward compatibility). So let’s get into the games!

Free PlayStation Plus games for August

First up in this month’s list of free PlayStation Plus games is the incredibly popular Plants vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighborville. This latest installment of the

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Discord’s new Threads feature looks to clean up your chat rooms

Discord has evolved over the years, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic, into a platform for all kinds of communities to gather and discuss common interests. The platform initially started as a gaming chat hub for PC gamers, but it has since evolved into much more. Now, the program has introduced Threads to help clean up chat rooms and organize them into specific topics.

Discord’s new Threads feature launched this week for all available platforms, including Windows, macOS, Linux, iOS, Android, and the web app. It gives users a new tool to better organize discussion topics within their Discord channel.

In addition to the reply feature that was launched last year, users will now find a ‘#’ option when they hover over a specific message.

Clicking this option will open an entirely new chat thread, where users can continue the conversation without clogging up one of the main chat feeds. Those

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How to clear your Discord cache so your device runs better

If you spend a good amount of time on the internet, you are probably familiar with Discord. The app was initially adopted by PC gamers as a means to communicate while playing cooperative or multiplayer games together. Since its launch in 2015, Discord has evolved into a platform where groups of people can gather together over any kind of mutual interest.

At the end of the day, Discord is a great app that lets people gather in a community and discuss common interests in voice chats or through text channels. Because of the community aspect of the app, a lot of data is shared, and the app uses its cache to store some of this data to help with load times and efficiency on the app.

With Discord, you can be in multiple channels, and your cached data can get pretty bulky over time. While the purpose of the cache

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GM’s Super Cruise is getting an upgrade with hands-free lane changes

General Motors has established itself as one of the major players in the push for automated driving systems in vehicles. The company’s Super Cruise technology is one of the best hands-free systems in vehicles today, and the system is getting a pretty significant upgrade.

An upgraded version of Super Cruise with towing support and automatic lane changes will be coming to seven new vehicles in 2022.

GM’s Super Cruise was initially launched in 2017 for the Cadillac CT6 sedan. Since then, the feature has evolved to offer a hands-free driving experience on more than 200,000 miles of North American roads. The vehicle uses a combination of GPS and onboard cameras to determine its location and provide a hands-free experience.

The newest version of Super Cruise will have three main upgraded features, according to a new report from The Verge. First, there’s the automatic hands-free lane change. While your vehicle is

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Here’s what happens if you mail an AirTag to Tim Cook

Okay, so we know that AirTags are good at tracking anything you can attach to them, but does that tracking also work internationally? Would they still transmit? How long before they died? These are all important questions, and German YouTuber MegaLag decided to put them to the test.

Back in June, he bought a three-pack of AirTags and decided on his intended destinations. Now, he knew that sending them to any old random place wouldn’t do. It had to be places of note.

One went to the German embassy in North Korea, one was sent to SpaceX HQ addressed to Elon Musk, and the third went to the only place that made sense – Tim Cook at Apple Park in San Francisco, California.

Not to say that all three actually got to their destination, but two did, and one even got mailed back to him with a nice note! That’s

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