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Entertainment The Best Entertainment Photos of 2019

21:50  22 november  2019
21:50  22 november  2019 Source:   imagn.com

"Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse" is getting a sequel

  "Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse" announced the sequel Friday, to the pure delight of fans everywhere. The new movie is set to be released on April 8, 2022. No other details have been provided. Still, the announcement is welcoming. In a saturated comic book and superhero movie era, "Spider-Verse" stood out for its stunning animation and energy. In a crowded 2019 Oscar field, the movie beat out hits like "Incredibles 2," "Isle of Dogs" and "Ralph Breaks the Internet" to win for best animated feature.

In 2016, Walmart bought the e-commerce retailer Jet.com for $3 billion. Many saw the move as an attempt to compete with Amazon, and around this time last year, Walmart began offering grocery deliveries through Jet.com to customers in NYC. It planned to expand the service into Boston, Philadelphia and Washington, DC. But just one year later, it's pulling the plug.

a man standing in front of a store

Jet.com will no longer deliver fresh groceries in New York. It will focus, instead, on dry goods and merchandise. As part of the change, Walmart will reportedly close the fulfillment center it was using in the Bronx, eliminating between 200 and 300 jobs, a person familiar with the situation told Bloomberg.

Twitter now lets you follow topics, not just accounts

  Twitter now lets you follow topics, not just accounts After months of testing, Twitter is (nearly) ready to let you follow entire subjects rather than individual users. The social media giant has announced that its Topics feature is rolling out now and will be available worldwide on November 13th. Choose from over 300 topics (such as sports, the entertainment world and gaming) and you'll see tweets on the subject from authoritative accounts that you don't otherwise follow. This could help if you'reFuture updates will add more topics, Twitter's Rob Bishop told The Verge. The company has also teased the possibility of "narrow cast[ing]" your tweets to people who follow a particular subject, although we suspect that might take some work.

In a statement emailed to Engadget, a Walmart spokesperson said the company "learned a lot by testing Jet fresh grocery delivery in New York City" and will "continue to test bold concepts that can offer convenience to customers." Though, from the outside, it looks like Walmart tried to mimic an Amazon service and failed.

Walmart's full statement is available below:

"We learned a lot by testing Jet fresh grocery delivery in New York City, and we recognized the important role our stores play in providing an efficient way to offer groceries to customers through pickup and delivery. We will focus our grocery pickup and delivery in markets where we have this incredible opportunity. Jet will continue to offer millions of dry grocery and general merchandise items to customers in major metros like New York City. And, we'll continue to test bold concepts that can offer convenience to customers."

Facebook’s new tool lets you transfer pictures to Google Photos .
Available worldwide in first half of 2020The tool is being released initially in Ireland, and will be available worldwide in the first half of 2020.

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