Apple To Patent A Vaporizer

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Apple is reportedly working on its own vaporizer that uses high temperatures to ‘cause the substance to sublimate or vaporize’ and could be used for both solid and liquid chemicals, hinting the use of the unit for marijuana. The patent application doesn’t mention whether it’s a standalone product intended for recreational use.  Read More

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Tiny Game Dev For iOS, Play Your Way From Rags To Riches

TinyGameDev_logoTiny Game Dev, developed by The Anshar Studios is the cutest game developer application you will ever come across. With this game, you can actually experience the feel of being a real game developer where you can invest to develop you own games and hire your own employees.

Anshar Studios have have worked on 23 commercial games released on 7 different platforms with the use of 5 different technologies.

The game released on the 26th of January and is compatible with the iOS platform. Read More

11th Annual Google I/O To Be Held From 17th-19th May 2017

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The annual Google Developers conference will be held on the 17th of May to the 19th of May at the Shoreline Amphitheater in Mountain View, California, as officially announced by Google on twitter. Google had put its new I/O website online today but is yet to add any sort of information for on it. This year marks as the 11th year of the Google’s conference and third year of it being held at Shoreline Amphitheater.  Read More

Apple’s iOS 10.2.1 Update Now Available

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The new update by Apple i.e. the 10.2.1 has been rolled out to all the compatible iOS devices, providing major bug fixes and crucial security updates. It weighs 72MB in size and includes 11 focused fixes around WebKit, the browser engine behind Safari, the App Store, and lots of iOS apps. There have been no significant user changes elsewhere. It is recommended to install this update as soon as possible to avoid malware and other such issues.

Apple has listed the issues in detail, fixed by the update on its support page. Read More

Google Introduces ‘Instant Tethering’ In Play Services 10.2 Update

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Google has recently introduced Instant Tethering  for Nexus and Pixel devices running Android 7.1.1 Nougat as a part of the Google Play Services 10.2. When you have multiple devices logged into the same account and one loses a connection, it will automatically offer to share another device’s internet connection. This is an effort so as to automate the process and simplify the setting up of a mobile hotspot. Read More

Apple Sues Qualcomm Over Royalties For Over $1 Billion

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Apple has filed suit against the world’s biggest chip maker and supplier company, Qualcomm, and suing it for over $ 1 billion, for “charging royalties for technologies they have nothing to do with”.  The suit follows the U.S. Federal Trade Commission’s lawsuit against Qualcomm earlier this week over unfair patent licensing practices.

The company said in its suit that Qualcomm should be paid royalties based on the value of its particular contribution, not for contributions from other patent holders. Currently, Qualcomm’s royalties are based off the selling price of a phone, rather than what portion Qualcomm’s technology enabled.

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‘Super Mario Run’ To Finally Debut On Android

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Super Mario Run is finally set to make its debut on the Android platform, possibly by the end of March, after being exclusively available on just iOS devices for a really long period of time. The release of this announcement by Nintendo, brings with itself a wave of happiness for the Android users who were frantically waiting for the launch. Read More

Google Soon To Launch ‘Android One’ In The US

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Android fans in the US were left surprised with the rumor that leaked the launch of  the budget phone, Android One, that has already been deemed successful in the Asian market. Google wishes to expand its Android One phone program in the US by mid 2017 and would promote this launch by funding a big ad campaign for this first US-based phone.

Android One is a low cost line of consumer electronics devices that run the Android operating system. It is a hardware and software standard created by Google for Android systems, and customers in the developing world. Google manages the design, development, marketing, and support of these devices while all manufacturing are carried out by partnering original equipment manufacturers (OEMs).  Read More

Deadroad Assault – Shoot And Crush Them All, For iOS And Android

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Deadroad Assault, developed and published by The Radiobush, is a challenging game involving zombies, who have to be shot and crushed before they reach you and consume you.

Your truck has crashed on eerie Exit 51, and the plague infested zombies are after you! Kill them all.

The game is supported on both, iOS and Android platforms. Read More

Apple’s Team To Fly Down To India For Discussing Production & Factory Plans

 

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The Apple team is all set to meet the Indian Government officials next week to discuss and plan the setting up of the proposed production unit in Bangalore. They are flying down from the US to present the company’s case and to seek tax and revenue benefits from the government. Officials from various departments such as industry, revenue and information technology are expected to be present in the meeting that is to be held in New Delhi.

Apple is bound and determined to begin the assembly operations and hence full manufacture is set to begin by the end of next year. Read More