How to update the Xbox Series X and Series S

The new Xbox Series X finally arrived near the end of 2020. The new consoles are equipped with some pretty big hardware updates, looking to bring 4K, 120-hertz gaming into the forefront of the gaming world.

As we have come to expect, these new consoles will be evolving over their entire lifetime. This means that your Xbox Series X|S will occasionally need to download and install updates in order to keep up with the latest games as well as user needs.

So what can be expected when updating the Xbox Series X or Series S? Here, we’ll cover everything you need to know about updating your console.

Updating the new Xbox Series X|S

There are a couple of options when it comes to Xbox Series X updates. First, we’ll go over automatic updates. To set up your console for automatic updates, follow these steps:

  1. Press the center Xbox button on
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Kava taps Chainlink to deepen trust between DeFi and financial institutions

Kava, a DeFi platform based on the Cosmos SDK, is quickly growing as the most trusted DeFi platform for institutional clients around the world. Kava will take another major step toward that end by integrating with Cosmos’ recently launched Inter-Blockchain Communication Protocol (IBC). Using the IBC, Kava will then make Chainlink’s widely used and secure decentralized data feeds available to all blockchains in the Cosmos ecosystem.

The use of Chainlink data as part of the broader Kava DeFi ecosystem isn’t anything new. Kava first integrated Chainlink back in May 2020. Onboarding Chainlink Price Reference Data oracles onto the Kava blockchain has provided a valuable service to all users of its DeFi ecosystem. Financial institutions will find it increasingly beneficial to have direct on-chain access to real-time and tamper-resistant data as more institutions adopt Kava.

The Defi space has undergone a tremendous transformation over the past twelve months. Initially considered

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Here are your free PlayStation Plus games for March 2021

Waiting for that tax refund before snagging any new games but bummed because you don’t have anything to play? Have no fear, as Sony is back with its free PlayStation 4 and 5 games for gamers that have a PlayStation Plus membership.

This month there are some extremely solid titles to snag, but just remember you’ll need a PlayStation Plus membership. On top of that, if you want to continue to enjoy these games in the future, you’ll need an active membership.

Anyways, enough of that, let’s get to the games!

Free PlayStation Plus games for March 2021

This month is a real doozy, with plenty of quality games to download and enjoy. Obviously, the star of the show this month is Final Fantasy VII Remake. Experience the smash-hit RPG with new graphics, a new story, a revamped combat system, and more. Gamers can download this on both

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All of the games shown off during PlayStation’s State of Play livestream

Yesterday, Sony held its State of Play livestream. During the event, it revealed a plethora of new games as well as updates to previous PlayStation titles.

The stream was about 30 minutes long and consisted of some juicy updates, as well as some new titles to be coming to the PlayStation consoles in the next few months.

While there were some notable titles missing from the announcement, mainly a sequel to 2018’s mega-hit God of War, there were some big names shown off, as well as some surprising new entries to PlayStation gaming.

It’s always an exciting time when new consoles come out, but it can be tough to wait for the newer consoles to get a large library of games to choose from. Thankfully, that library looks to be growing steadily this year, according to this week’s presentation.

There are some really exciting titles coming to PlayStation this

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Jack Dorsey’s Square purchased 3,318 Bitcoins worth $170 million

On Tuesday, Square revealed its fiscal Q4 financial report, where it disclosed that the company bought 3,318 Bitcoins worth around $170 million. Back in October 2020, they purchased 4,709 Bitcoins. All summed up, approximately 5% of all the company’s assets are invested in the digital currency.

Jack Dorsey, the CEO of Square and Twitter, is a longtime advocate of Bitcoin, and cryptocurrencies in general. Because this is not the first time for Dorsey to invest in crypto, this move is not really a big surprise.

Dorsey, on one occasion, during an investors call noted, “We believe the internet needs a native currency, and we elieve Bitcoin is it.”

Square re-affirmed its stance on cryptocurrency in a press release by saying that it plans to assess Bitcoin investments regularly. Many people signal that the company might not be done with investments and Square may opt to further invest

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