Generals Call

[youtube id="jqTlqbPy-yg" autoplay="yes"] Chaos in Three Kingdoms, warlords disputes. An unknown master began to recruit famous generals, different types of soldiers, and conquering the world with battle tactic and wisdom. Master can recruit Generals from Wei, Shu, Wu, Qun, train different types of soldier, lead troops to conquer the world, encounter various events, challenge warlord around, b...[Read More]

When it comes to communication on social media platforms, animated GIF images are perhaps as important as emojis. These two have in a way managed to carve a language for its own and are at times the preferred form of expression than having to type long sentences. GIF images are already popular on Facebook, which just recently added a GIF option in the comments section. Now, the social networking g...[Read More]

While Google Maps already told users about the best possible path to reach as soon as possible to their destination, the search giant has now added a new feature that tells users the best time of the day to travel. Usually the new features take long before they show up for users but this particular feature seems to be widely available already, but only for Android users of Google Maps. When you se...[Read More]

Facebook’s Silicon Valley Campus to Be Turned Into a Village

Facebook on Friday unveiled plans to transform its Silicon Valley headquarters campus into a "mixed-use village" complete with housing and retail shops. Impetus for the "Willow Campus" includes inadequate housing and public transit, making it tough for Facebook workers to live and commute where the leading social network has its headquarters, according to vice president of glob...[Read More]

Alphabet’s Waymo Must Disclose Details of Lyft Car Deal to Uber, Rules US Judge

A US judge on Friday ruled that Alphabet Inc’s self-driving car unit Waymo must disclose documents to attorneys representing Uber about Waymo’s partnership with Lyft, saying the information could be important in Waymo’s lawsuit accusing Uber of stealing some of its trade secrets. Waymo claimed in a lawsuit earlier this year that former engineer Anthony Levandowski downloaded more...[Read More]

Snapchat Gets Website Linking, On-Demand Geofilters, Voice Filters, and More

Popular photo-sharing app Snapchat has introduced a major update to its Android and iOS apps that brings features such as new Geofilters, Backdrops, new voice filters, and ability to send website links in the snaps. The most notable is the addition of the website linking feature that will let any Snapchat user send website links using the Paperclip tool. Another feature is the Voice filter that wi...[Read More]

Hydrogen One Is Camera Maker Red’s First Smartphone

Camera maker Red is making its foray into the smartphone space. On Wednesday, the company announced a phone called the Hydrogen One, which, the company claims, will be “the world’s first holographic media machine.” In a jargon-laden blog post, the company boasts of the Red Hydrogen’s display, camera capabilities, sound system, and support for modularity, a familiar feature that several...[Read More]

Instagram Implements AI-Based Moderation System to Block Offensive Comments

Instagram on Thursday said it is using artificial intelligence to filter nasty comments and spam at the popular Facebook-owned photo-sharing service. The move comes as Facebook and other Internet companies work to curb trolls, hate speech and the spread of violent ideology on their platforms. "Many of you have told us that toxic comments discourage you from enjoying Instagram and expressing y...[Read More]

NASA Sounding Rocket Creates Coloured Clouds

After several unsuccessful attempts, NASA has finally launched a sounding rocket that created artificial colorful clouds that were visible from New York to North Carolina. The NASA Terrier-Improved Malemute sounding rocket was successfully launched on Thursday from the agency’s Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia. During the eight-minute flight, 10 canisters about the size of a soft drink ca...[Read More]

The e-commerce giant, already one of the biggest apparel sellers in the United States, on Tuesday unveiled a test programme called Prime Wardrobe. Part of the Amazon Prime shopping club, the new feature will allow members to order three or more items without paying for them up front. Customers will have a week after receiving their shipment to decide which items they want to buy and which they wan...[Read More]

iPhone 8 Bezel-Less Display Tipped by Leaked Dummy Unit, Cases, and Screen Protector

iPhone 8 rumours refuse to die down even though the device is still months away. The smartphone is expected to have gone into mass production, and therefore leaks have started to come out in full force. Today’s bout of leaks bring a dummy unit which is then compared to the iPhone 7; Olixar cases for the iPhone 8 which are already up for pre-order, as well as a screen protector that flaunts the bez...[Read More]

Microsoft Modern Keyboard With ‘Hidden’ Fingerprint Scanner Launched

Microsoft on Thursday silently unveiled a new keyboard, called the Microsoft Modern Keyboard. Priced at Rs. $129.99 (roughly Rs. 8,500), the new Modern Keyboard is listed as “coming soon” on the company’s US website with no word when the accessory will go on sale. The highlight of the keyboard is that it comes with a fingerprint scanner that just looks like any other key on the k...[Read More]

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