On the eighth and penultimate episode of Squid Game, Google’s monthly direct debit subscription, a Tesla fan holds the world sponsorship record.
A confrontation in Squid Game does not go as planned, a leak reveals that the Pixel Pass would allow you to have a new Google Pixel each year, a Youtubeur has 3 million kilometers of free charging with his Tesla, that’s the recap ‘ of the day.
Please note that this article contains spoilers if you have not yet seen the Squid Game series on Netflix..
Squid Game : Front Man face à Hwang Jun-ho
In the eighth and penultimate episode of Squid Game, we were treated to a heartbreaking scene between Hwang Jun-ho and the Front-Man, who turns out to be his own brother, In-ho, who has been missing for years. As we have seen in the previous episodes, In-ho makes a point of honor that the games take place within the rules. With games being more important to him than his own family, In-ho didn’t hesitate to shoot his own brother. However there is still hope to find Hwang Jun-ho in season 2 since his brother shot him in the shoulder and not between the two eyes like the people killed before.
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Pixel Pass leak
Mr. Brandon Lee from the Youtube channel ” This is Tech Today »Has just announced the arrival of the Pixel Pass which will accompany the Pixel 6 when it is released. According to this unprecedented leak, Google would have planned a monthly subscription that would allow you to obtain a new smartphone each year, access to various paid Google services and a warranty extension. The Pixel Pass formula could be similar to that of the Apple One. This leak should obviously be taken with a grain of salt while awaiting the official announcement from Google.
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Tesla fan accumulates 3,219,000 kilometers of free charging
Tesla has a sponsorship program in place where the company offers sponsors miles of free charging at its charging stations. Andy Slye, a Tesla fan who has a Youtube channel in which he makes videos on branded cars, has thus accumulated 3,219,000 kilometers of free charging, that is to say more than 80 times the lap of the earth. Unfortunately Tesla’s referral program has just been stopped and the Youtuber will have to use those millions of free recharging miles before their expiration date in May 2023. Andy Slye explained to his fans in a recent video how he plans to do it. Go to our news to find out.
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