Lord of the Rings rights bought by Embracer Group, 35 malicious programs to uninstall, all about Amazon Prime, this is the roundup of the week.

Future projects dedicated to the heroes of the Lord of the Rings, 35 menacing applications for your smartphone, a brief update on the Amazon Prime offer, this is the summary of the week.

While the Embracer group buys the rights to The Lord of the Rings and plans to create more projects around the heroes of the saga, the James Webb telescope camera is still proving its worth with an impressive video of the ESO 350-40 galaxy. This week, we tell you everything there is to know about Amazon Prime, we warn you about 35 applications to uninstall as soon as possible, and we tell you why Ewan McGregor refuses to join the MCU.

35 applications to uninstall as soon as possible!

If you have an Android, this news might interest you. In fact, Bitdefender has just revealed that 35 malicious applications have recently infiltrated the Play Store. Once installed, the developers will flood you with advertisements for monetization purposes. Go to our dedicated news to find the complete list of affected applications and to uninstall as soon as possible.

Read > These 35 Malicious Programs Have Infected Millions of People, Uninstall Them Fast!

Play Store is not impervious to malware – Credit: Unsplash

We tell you all about Amazon Prime

Amazon’s Prime program is richer than you think! In addition to free delivery, subscribers to the service actually have access to movies, books, TV channels, music and sports. How much does the subscription cost, what catalog you can expect, how free delivery works, we tell you everything about Amazon’s offer.

Read > Amazon Prime: prices, video, music, account sharing, we tell you everything

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Lord of the Rings rights change hands

On Thursday 18 August, Embracer Group AB officially announced in a press release the purchase of the rights to The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit. The Swedish video game distribution group has revealed that it intends to work on future projects “ inspired by iconic characters such as Gandalf, Aragorn, Gollum, Galadriel, Éowyn and other characters from JRR Tolkien’s writings. »

Read > The Lord of the Rings: Aragorn, Gandalf and Gollum returning to the cinema soon?

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Aragorn Crowned by Gandalf – Credit: New Line Cinema

A great new video from James Webb

The European Space Agency (ESA) has just shared a new immersive one-minute video as well as a zoom of the Chariot Wheel galaxy. Webb’s NIRCam camera and MIRI spectro-imager have again proven themselves with breathtaking images. Do not hesitate to discover the video in our dedicated news.

Read > James Webb: Zooming in on this galaxy will make you feel very small (video)

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Cartwheel galaxy looms in the distance – Credit: YouTube HubbleWebbESA

The MCU doesn’t want Ewan McGregor

If the MCU dreams of seeing Ewan McGregor integrate the Marvel universe, the actor doesn’t seem interested at all. ” I don’t think I want to. I love to diversify my work and I don’t want to be a prisoner of a single universe. the comedian said, much to the chagrin of many fans. However, the latter will be able to continue to see the actor in the Star Wars universe, where he still lends his features to the character Obi-Wan Kenobi.

Read > Marvel: Why doesn’t Ewan McGregor want to join the MCU?

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Marvel and McGregor: The Impossible Union – Credit: Disney

Our tests and files of the week

SoundCore Sport X10: average sports headphones, but at an attractive price

The Sport X10 from Soundcore are comfortable, waterproof, lightweight and resistant to submersion. That said, we regret the artificial reduction of wind noise, the impractical buttons and the absence of active pause. However, these sports headphones offer balanced sound and very good battery life and have the advantage of being available for less than 100 euros.

Read > SoundCore Sport X10 test: waterproof sports headphones for less than €100

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SoundCore Sport X10 ©Tom’s tutorial

The streaming series is not to be missed this month

Series lovers, this file is made for you. We take stock of all the series in the month of August, which you must not miss. To help you choose based on your preferred streaming platform, Tom’s Guide has compiled a ranking of the best productions of the month. Netflix, Prime Video, Apple TV+, Disney+, Apple TV+, myCanal or even OCS, the programs are loaded and there is something for everyone.

Read > Which series are the best to watch on streaming in August 2022?

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Credit: Netflix

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