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Trine 4- Trailer, Release Date and More!


Trine is a side-scrolling, action platform-puzzle video game developed by Frozenbyte and published by Nobilis. The game takes place in a medieval fantasy setting and allows players to take control of separate characters who can battle enemies and solve environmental puzzles. There is also a cooperative play feature, whereby multiple players can join in at any time to control different characters simultaneously. Each character has their own health and energy meter. Energy is used for certain weapons and abilities, and is replenished.

A sequel, titled Trine 2, was released in 2011. A remake of Trine, titled Trine: Enchanted Edition, was released in 2014. The enchanted edition uses Trine 2’s updated engine, and includes online multiplayer. The third instalment in the series, Trine 3: The Artifacts of Power, was released on August 20, 2015.

And now, the Trine series returns to the magic of 2.5D with its latest instalment- Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince!

The new trailer announces the release date of Trine 4 as October 8, 2019.

The game will be available to Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox One and PC. On the same day, Trine: Ultimate Collection will also be released, physically bundling all four games in the series. Trine 4 will retail for $29.99, and the Ultimate Collection will cost $49.99 across all systems.

The Ultimate Edition will include:

  • Trine Series Original Soundtrack (download code)
  • Trine 4 Digital Art Book (download code)
  • Collector’s Reversible Cover Sheet
  • Physical Trine 4 World Map

The trailer reveals numerous additions to the 4th part of the series, including new combat options, new skills to use, and the new four player mode. Previous Trine games had the option to play only three players, and this is the first look at how the game will handle a fourth.

The plot revolves around the three heroes of the best-selling adventure series- Amadeus the Wizard, Pontius the Knight, and Zoya the Thief. They are back, sent on a quest to retrieve the troubled young Prince Selius. They are joined together once again on a thrilling quest through fantastical fairytale landscapes teeming with danger. 

Prince Selius suffers from intensely dark dreams and, due to his magical talents, monstrous nightmares are able to slip into reality and wreak havoc on the waking world. Amadeus, Pontius, and Zoya must find the afflicted prince and resolve the desperate situation before the world is engulfed by the Nightmare Prince’s shadows.

Other key features of the game include-

  • Gorgeous, 2.5D landscapes
  • Local and online multiplayer
  • Captivating storytelling
  • Dynamic puzzle-solving
  • Abundant skill trees
  • Completely revamped combat system
  • Enchanting soundtrack

Players will be able to get their hands on the fourth instalment, Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince in just under two months, this October 8th.

Huawei’s First Operating System: HarmonyOS


In light of recent events, where the Trump administration banned agencies from directly purchasing telecom, video surveillance equipment or services from Huawei, it comes as no surprise that Huawei soon came up with their own battle strategy.

The purchase prohibition was mandated by Congress as part of a broader defense bill signed into law last year. And it applies not only to Huawei, but also a list of other telecom companies that have sparked security concerns, such as ZTE and Hikvision. In addition, the law set a deadline of August 2020 for a broader ban on federal contractors doing business with Huawei or the covered firms. Contractors would be able to seek waivers from individual federal agencies if they do not believe that their interaction with those companies poses a security threat.

With its Android phone industry being threatened, Huawei announced that it doesn’t need Android and is starting its own Operating System. On August 10th, they kept true to their word and announced the development of their very own operating system: HarmonyOS, at the Huawei Developer Conference 2019 which was held in Dongguan City, China. Also, this is the first time when the company held an official developer conference at the company’s headquarters, showing its importance.

HarmonyOS is first going to be launched in Honor Smart Screen and Huawei TVs. They are not yet ready to launch for smartphones for at least the next three years, but are more focused on Androids.

Huawei described HarmonyOS as-

“A microkernel-based OS, distributed OS for all scenarios.”

The OS will run across a range of form factors, with a faster and more responsive UI. Huawei also clarified that though the OS is not compatible with Android apps, it is quite easy to turn any Android app into a HarmonyOS app, using a yet-to-be-released Huawei-made IDE that supports C/C++, Java, and Kotlin.

Huawei plans to invest $1 billion to support developers, and 80% of that would be spent overseas. To attract developers, Huawei will cut its fee intake from app developers working for Harmony to as low as 10%-15%. On the other hand, Apple and Google take a 30% cut for revenue generated through their app stores.

The Harmony OS is powered by a multi-device IDE, multi-language unified compilation, and a distributed architecture kit, so it can automatically adapt to different screen layout controls and interactions, and support both drag-and-drop control and preview-oriented visual programming.

With a multi-device IDE, developers can code their apps once and deploy them across multiple devices, creating a tightly integrated ecosystem across all user devices. Thus, the HarmonyOS is built to work across different devices synchronously in the theory of smart connectivity and support Tablets, Smartphones, PC, TVs, Wearables and more. Yu Chengdong, CEO of Huawei Consumer Business Group said HarmonyOS will be open source, which will help to build its ecosystem faster and more and more people can contribute to its development. So hopefully, there will soon be some third-party code reviews once the repo is posted.

Apple iPhone XR Could be the Last Apple Phone without an OLED Display


Apple is making some big changes in the company right now because they faced one issue after the other in the form of bent iPads and lesser than expected iPhone XS, XR sales. The company is aiming at 2020 to be the future when things are going to change drastically.

The year 2019 will not witness any significant upgrades but you have to wait another year for Apple to actually think of foldable displays and curved displays with hover touch technology. In order to make this all possible, they should finally get rid of LCD displays permanently as they consume more power and are not designed to be adopted for screens with varying shapes.

A recent update and lots of rumors from the past already claim that Apple is trying to come up with foldable displays. Samsung has already unveiled theirs and it is no wonder their big time competitor will follow suit. The iPhone XR could possibly be the cheap phone with a LCD display and it could be the last as well for obvious reasons.

The complete shift to OLED displays will bring down production costs, boost innovation and it is something the company has already intimated to their manufacturing partners. They will be ready to deliver all the displays Apple needs for their future phones and possibly a foldable display as well when it gets launched, most probably in September, 2020 which is still more than a year to go from now.

Samsung has retained the headphone jack so far and Google is rumored to launch a Pixel 3 Lite with the 3.5mm headphone jack in 2019. Such rumors further affect the future path Apple would take because headphone manufacturers haven’t changed much to USB Type C even at CES 2019 and they are highly unlikely to adopt it en masse as many smartphone manufacturers expected. It affects how Apple will react to the industry if the 3.5mm audio jack is to return with their competitors once again.

Mortal Kombat 11 PC Edition Will Be Better Optimized than Mortal Kombat X


A lot of games are being ported from Xbox One and PS4 consoles to the PC. Even though game developers originally make these games on PC, they are first made to run on consoles properly before being once again ported. The same happened for Mortal Kombat X and now it continues with Mortal Kombat 11 PC edition.

However, the job is being carried out by QLOC, the team which already worked on Injustice 2 in the past and they did a fair job. The game did had some minor issues on different PC configurations but as a whole it was a well-done port that didn’t disappoint those who were using thousand dollar gaming machines to experience the best graphics in its higher resolution.

Speaking about the upcoming launch with Mortal Kombat 11, Paulo Garcia, lead developer of the game confirmed that QLOC has already been working on the same engine for over three years now. “They have done an excellent job in porting the game to PC and it should run much better, smoother with great optimization for all kinds of PC hardware specifications,” he said.

A beta for Mortal Kombat 11 will arrive on PlayStation 4, PS4 Pro, Xbox One S and Xbox One X but there will be no beta for the game on PC. It is slated for release on April 23rd, 2019.

Western Digital Brings in WD Black 2TB NVMe SSDs for Avid Gamers


Western Digital is a well-established brand in the world of storage devices right next to Seagate and they are out to push the boundaries with WD Black, a NVMe SSD aimed at gamers with storage capacities up to 2TB.
Solid State Drives are more reliable, faster and easier to store files but they are very expensive for many years now. People are still forced to rely on platter based hard drives for huge files whereas SSDs have found their way only as primary storage devices for the operating system.

Things are slowly changing and the new launched from Western Digital is bound to push the adoption further. The Black SN750 NVMe SSD is available in a range of storage capacities that start 250GB and goes to 500GB, 1TB and 2TB being the largest of the lot.

Almost every other AAA title released on PC these days go up to 100GB with 4K textures and super high quality audio. WD believes it is only justified for the storage industry to adopt and also help bring down prices while delivering speed. The WD Black features a gaming dashboard where gamers could easily tweak the speed and performance of the SSD if they are getting into competitive, multiplayer titles.

The overall performance can be switched to power saving mode when you are playing single player titles. The top of the line 2TB model has read speeds up to 3,400MB per second and 2,900MB per second write speed. In terms of pricing, the entry level 250GB model is cheap at $79.99 whereas the 2TB version costs $499.99 which is rather expensive unless you have already finished setting up your mammoth gaming PC that just needs more storage.

New Apple MacBook Air 2018 Costs $2,599 with Specs Maxed Out


The long wait has finally come to an end as Apple refreshed the lineup and announced the new MacBook 2018. It is one of the most popular products out there because they were affordable, light, offered long battery life and a reliable MacOS for daily computing without a fuss.

Not everything remains the same in the Apple MacBook Air new edition, especially the affordable part. The lineup is pretty complicated right now with lots of different products at varied price points. Apple also announced the new iPad Pro 12.9 inch model, a 11 inch model and the new Mac Mini.

The MacBook Air is powered by the 8th generation Intel i5 processor which the company claims are dual core and there is some debate going on regarding the availability of such a processor. It has 8GB of RAM which you can upgrade to 16GB, 128GB storage in the base model that goes all the way up to 1.5TB SSD space.

It’s 13.3-inch display gets a brilliant bump up in resolution with 2560×1600 pixels and connectivity includes 802.11ac WiFi and Bluetooth 4.2. The battery life is expected to last about 12 hours, it now supports Siri, has Touch ID and the new butterfly keyboard. It does look gorgeous and slim but the pricing will determine its popularity in the near future.

Hold your breath! If you are planning to get the most expensive version of the MacBook Air 2018 available, be ready to pay a whopping sum of $2,599 according to the listings found on the Apple Website. Credit – Cnet

Samsung Showcases an Unbreakable OLED Panel That’s Also Foldable


Samsung is officially entering the world of foldable smartphones. Earlier, it was rumored that the company is going to launch foldable phones with the Galaxy S10 in 2019 and their newest announcement seems to be on par with this claim.

In an impressive video, the company showcased their new OLED panel which is literally unbreakable. The test was done by hitting the glass with a hammer and it managed to withstand it. If that kind of force couldn’t break it, then a simple drop or even if your phone is under the wheel of a car shouldn’t break it.

They further added that this unbreakable glass panel is also flexible and is expected to be widely used in smartphones, portable gaming consoles, mobile military devices and maybe even televisions in the future to make them extremely durable.

Samsung also dropped the OLED panel 26 times in a row from a height of 4 feet and it didn’t shatter. The display worked great without any issues. The upcoming Galaxy S10 is expected to be a fully foldable phone and it won’t have any annoying hinges in between. With OLED technology being their forte, Samsung should be able to achieve it.

Overwatch Free Weekend has Officially Started, Blizzard Opens Up All Heroes and Maps


The insanely popular competitive FPS Overwatch from Blizzard is getting a free weekend again this week and you will be able to play the games for a couple of days after which you can purchase it for a discounted price.

The level up, lootboxes collected and hero statistics will be retained if you buy the full game, Blizzard confirmed. They have ensured that all the heroes are open for new players to give it a shot and is also offering 18 different maps for competitive gaming against friends or other seasoned Overwatch players.

“During the free weekend, players will gain access to all game modes including Quick Play, Custom Games, Arcade and can carry forward all the customization options they create during the period. Just make sure to use the same Blizzard id when you purchase the game later on,” reads a statement from the company.

The free weekend begins on,

  • July 26th, Thursday at 11 AM Pacific Time
  • Ends on July 31st, Tuesday

Overwatch is approximately 15 GB in size and it shouldn’t be difficult for most players to download the game quickly so as to have a full weekend of shooting, spamming powers and making sure they win each round along with friends who still haven’t purchased the game yet.

You can download the game through the official game client from the Blizzard website.

Xiaomi Mi 8 is Now Official with iPhone-esque Top Notch and Sony Lens


The Xiaomi Mi 8 was the center of unstoppable rumors in the past few weeks and not so surprisingly, the manufacturer has confirmed most rumors to be true. The phone got launched today in a grant event and it’s impressive design combined with the iPhone inspired top notch could definitely make it a fan favorite yet again.

The Mi 8 is powered by the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor and has 3D Face Unlock as well as the top notch. Both these features are borrowed from Apple iPhone X but everyone is doing the top notch these days. So, it shouldn’t be a huge thing to notice.

The Xiaomi Mi 8 sports a dual camera and a dual GPS setup. The phone houses a 12mp rear camera with 1.8 aperture and another 12mp telephoto lens with 2.4 aperture. The primary camera uses Sony’s IMX363 sensor and the phone’s camera has acquired a massive 99 points from DxOMark for its camera quality. That’s quite high and even higher than the Google Pixel 2 XL and the iPhone X.


A large 6.21-inch Samsung AMOLED display should favor media lovers. It sports a 2248×1080 panel but the only disturbing part is that this amazing phone doesn’t have an audio jack. Based on the announcement and conversion rates, the Xiaomi Mi 8 with 6GB RAM and 64GB storage will cost around $420.

The Mi 8 Explorer Edition with a transparent design and on-screen fingerprint scanner will be more expensive at $500. The phone is expected to eventually be rolled out to other markets outside China in June.

HTC Vive Focus Will Launch Internationally in 2018, Dev Kits Shipped


Virtual Reality could make a big boom in the market in 2018 as two of the most popular standalone VR headsets are heading to stores. HTC Vive Focus will be the first VR headset to get launched internationally, confirmed the developer and HTC is now rolling out developer kits to add new content to their upcoming device.

When the HTC Vive Focus was announced along with the Xiaomi VR headset, it was obvious that it could change virtual reality forever. Users no longer need a powerful gaming PC to run like the Oculus Rift or the HTC Vive. The newly launched Focus however is standalone as it houses a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chipset and is capable of running on its own without being wired to a computer.

HTC is ushering in a new range of technology like spatial tracking and 3D surround sound to make it as immersive as virtual reality could get. The headset can track your movement in six degrees and provide audio based on the surrounding you are in.


The company made the announcement at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco where they confirmed that the HTC Vive Focus will get launched globally before the end of this year. The developer kits will be sent to all users who signed up previously so that they can start building apps and games for the Focus.

It will be available in two different color variants, Electric Blue and Almond White. Based on the Chinese pricing, the device is expected to be priced at $650 approximately making it more affordable than owning a HTC Vive or the Oculus Rift which may require a $2,000 gaming PC to run seamlessly.

Apple is Finally Getting Rid of the Annoying Top Notch in iPhone X, in 2019


Apple iPhone X is a groundbreaking and impressive launch in many ways. But, many were not happy with the top notch and the insanely expensive $999 price tag.

The company was courageous enough to remove the fingerprint sensor and bring in the Face ID. They even removed the 3.5mm audio jack for no solid reason and kind of convinced some other manufacturers to remove the headphone jack as well.

Latest rumors claim that Apple is now developing the technology which should enable them to incorporate the front camera without a visible black top notch. The camera will possibly be embedded into the display just like how it is seen in the Essential Phone.

From a technology perspective, it’s difficult to have a front camera hidden behind the display but it is up to Apple to prove everyone wrong by innovating in this area. Vivo Apex phone has already introduced in-display fingerprint scanner which is definitely coming to Apple iPhone X 2019 edition as well as new Samsung, Google phones.

Using a pop-up camera doesn’t sound like a great idea either and it is not ergonomically possible to push the camera to the bottom of an iPhone. It is purely a rumor at this point and we still got a whole year to see how Apple handles this practical issue.

Seagate Launches New HDD Inspired by Xbox One’s Exclusive Title Sea of Thieves


Microsoft is leaving no stones unturned for their Xbox One exclusive Sea of Thieves. The company previously announced the exclusive controller which simply looks awesome and is a must-have for all gamers.

While Sony’s PlayStation 4 may have more interesting exclusive titles according to some fans, Xbox One wins the round with the best accessories and things that you could show off in style. Sear of Thieves is an amazing open world adventure which has been in beta for a long time and is about to get launched in the month of March.

The game will be available on launch date for Xbox Game Pass subscribers and it costs just $10 a month, instead of paying $60 to own it on launch date. Seagate in association with Xbox One team has launched a 2TB game drive for the console. It features the infamous skull logo on top and a very attractive purple colored finish.


Xbox gamers also get two different Sea of Thieves controller stands which are designed to sync with the controller that is already available in stores. The Seagate game drive costs $89.99 which seems reasonable for 2TB of storage and will get launched on March 20th in select locations including US, UK, Canada, France and Germany.

The controller stand costs just $14.99 while the Xbox Pro charging stand with charging capabilities costs $49.99. It will be available from February 19th onwards. The Sea of Thieves inspired special edition controller costs $74.99 and is already available with major retailers.

Google May Soon Unveil a Game Streaming Service Named Yeti


New reports confirm that Google is secretly working on building their own game streaming service named Yeti. Microsoft has indirectly confirmed that streaming services is the future for gaming by adding all their exclusives to the Xbox Game Pass.

Sony’s PlayStation 4 is not going to accept any of these in the near future but everyone else is joining the fray already. Even, PlayStation got its PS Now streaming services, Nvidia Gerforce Now is one other and Google may join it with Yeti.

For a game streaming subscription service, Yeti doesn’t make any sense but it is obviously a codename which will later be changed into something more relevant. Players will pay a monthly subscription fee for which they will have access more games than they could ever play.

Instead of focusing on Xbox One, PS4 or PC, Google is going to provide the service exclusively to their Chromecast devices and the Android TV box. As Chromecast is a very cheap HDMI dongle, all you need to do is buy a compatible controller and enjoy games on the big screen. The games may not be on par with console titles but will be an Android platform with some AAA titles like Modern Combat among others.

Google is in discussion with multiple game developers at this point to get them onboard and develop exclusive titles. The pricing for the monthly subscription and the type of games that players could expect is not known at the moment. The company may also add support for Microsoft’s Xbox One controller which is the most popular model available in the market right now. As it supports Bluetooth connectivity, any television or Android TV box that supports the same will lead to a more streamlined experience.

The game streaming service from Google may not affect PS Now or Xbox Game Pass as it looks like they are going to be more Android friendly.

Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S Will Beat Samsung Galaxy S9 to Adopt Snapdragon 845 First


The Mobile World Congress 2018 is very close and Samsung is all out to launch their big Galaxy S9, Galaxy S9 Plus smartphones. However, Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S could be the smartphone to beat the company and adopt the latest Snapdragon 845 processor first.

Previously, it was believed that the company would launch the Mi 7 at the big MWC 2018 event but they backed off and will instead launch the successor to the hugely successful phone, the Mi Mix 2. The new model will have better hardware specifications as ever, better camera and most importantly much more powerful running on the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon processor.

The Mi Mix 2S will adopt Snapdragon 845 much earlier to the Mi 7 and even before the Galaxy S9 which is Samsung’s touted flagship phone in 2018. Xiaomi will make their presence felt during the to showcase their products.

Leaked photographs suggest the new 2S may look a lot like the iPhone with a top black notch and bezel less display. But, it’s all pure speculations which can confirm only when the official launch takes place. The specifications of the Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S remains wrapped up for now but it is expected to be good enough at an affordable price tag for most buyers.

Shell Launched a Smartwatch that Transforms into a Phone


The new Shell Smartwatch aims to change the technology industry forever by being a smart watch as well as a smart phone, all at once providing people the convenience of being able to make calls on the go effortlessly.

While smartwatches are yet to find a mainstream audience, they are being widely used in the medical industry and for fitness purposes. The Shell wearable aims to provide the best of both worlds in a compact package.

A detailed video has been posted by the manufacturer giving us a brief of how the speakers and mic on the watch can be moved into position to make a call. The best part is that this piece of craft seamlessly works with all major smartwatches in the market including the Moto 360, Samsung Gear, LG G Watch and Huawei Watch.

When the battery goes off, you can actually pump the two ends of the device so as to charge it up with the help of kinetic energy. The build is priced at $250 and a Commando Edition with radio communication and military grade finish is expected to sell for $400.

LG Unveils 88-inch 8K OLED TV, World’s First and Most Expensive Television


The biggest and most visually stunning television has been announced by none other than LG. The 88-inch 8K OLED TV is the biggest in the world which sports a OLED screen for the first time and it has not been priced.

Even if LG chooses to price this particular television, it is going to be so exorbitant that most buyers will shy away from even dreaming to own it. With this announcement, the company has paved way for 8K displays and much bigger screen sizes without having to switch to projects to get that massive theater-like experience at home.

In the next couple of years, 4K is the standard resolution for which blurays are being released, Xbox One plays it seamlessly and there are many affordable televisions which has this improved resolution that is much better than 8K resolution.

LG is pioneering the idea and the new 88-inch OLED TV has a 7680×4320 resolution which is 16 times higher than a full HD model. The components used in the device are less energy consuming, doesn’t require any backlights and also promotes improved resolution much earlier in time.

LG will showcase the television at CES 2018 which happens every year in January and is the place for all latest gadgets of the year to find their way into the consumer market. Some of them are more ambitious than practical like this one.



ADATA Launched New INFAREX Gaming Mouse and Mousepad Combo


After making enough hard drives, SSDs and storage devices, ADATA is stepping big time into the gaming peripherals market and the company has officially launched the new INFAREX gaming mouse which comes bundled with a suitable mousepad to complete the set.

Going on par with all modern day gaming accessories, the mouse and even the mousepad supports RGB lighting. The INFAREX M10 mouse has a decent 3200 DPI which is more than enough for every day gaming in all genres. It also supports on the fly DPI switching with the help of the handy button near the scroll wheel.

From a design and ergonomics perspective, the mouse resembles the popular design pioneered by models like the Logitech Proteus Core, Razer Death Adder and the Asus ROG Gladius. The design has become the norm for all multi-purpose gaming mouse which usually focuses more towards FPS and RTS with limited buttons.

The Infarex M10 mouse has three different lighting options including mono-color, cycling lights and pulsing lights which is fully customizable. The Infarex R10 mousepad is an innovative product in some ways as it allows gamers to simply tap on the pad surface so as to change its lighting mode.

It is made using PVC material, is scratch resistant and looks stylish which makes it an ideal choice for gamers who prefer style with substance. The ADATA Infarex gaming mouse and mousepad is expected to be launched shortly. Pricing is not announced at this moment.

Apple Lisa, the $25,000 OS is Going to Go Free in 2018


Apple Lisa is the most successful computer apart from Apple II in the company’s history and it was the machine that made Steve Jobs so popular leading to his track record of launching the iPhone and the iPad.

When the Apple Lisa computer was sold to the general public in 1983 it was insanely expensive and when directly converted into today’s worth, it would cost about $25,000 to own. But, people still purchased the machine so as to stay ahead of the technology curve and show themselves as early adopters.

Computer History Museum which is in charge of Lisa has managed to unearth the source code of the machine and has sent it to Apple for review. Once the company confirms all details, it will be released for free for all users in 2018. You don’t have to buy the old computer for $10,000 in an auction to see how the first ever GUI actually worked.

Steve Jobs and Bill Gates raced to buy the Xerox team who invented the GUI back then. However, Microsoft own majority of the shares by the time Jobs got there and it led to the team of Lisa working on a machine based on everything they learned by working through the glance they got when they visited the office.

Local Integrated System Architecture is the term Jobs associates with Lisa but most claims it was named after his daughter. The pricing also led to its big failure pushing him to the Mac team. Many weird commercials were made to sell this machine way back in the 80s and here’s one of them.

OnePlus 6 is Confident About Adding Fingerprint Scanner on the Display


OnePlus 5T just came out and is already making great sales in the market. Apart from bezel less display and 18:9 aspect ratio, the company wants the OnePlus 6 to usher in a new technology.

Apple iPhone X is considered one of the best phones that removed a lot of things including the front fingerprint scanner. However, it made it difficult to unlock the phone as you have to look into it every time to activate Face ID.

The manufacturers are working to introduce a brand new technology which will enable them to integrate the fingerprint scanner at the back of the display. When you tap on the screen, it will automatically unlock the phone and is expected to be capable of doing everything the home button does.

OnePlus 6 is still a couple of months to go until it gets launched but rumors strongly claim that they will bring in the technology which will also be adopted in all modern day smartphones including the ones from Samsung and Apple. Galaxy S9 will definitely adopt this so that they phone stays ahead of competition but OnePlus 6 which gets launched in the month of March is expected to be much cheaper, making it affordable for most buyers.

The flagship model is also expected to sport Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor and may support wireless charging which is something fans have been requesting for a long time now.

Mozilla Firefox Browser Officially Lands on Amazon Fire TV


The most popular browser, Mozilla Firefox has officially landed on the Amazon Fire TV much to the delight of the those who missed having access to the browser on a popular device as this one.

The advantage it gives is that you will be able to browse all your favorite websites, find content and easily enjoy a full web experience without leaving the comfort of your living room. Some of the things the new app can do is allowing you to watch Youtube videos on the Fire TV which is otherwise a tough job unless you have a Chromecast ready to sling videos into.

It has been optimized to seamlessly work using the included remote and makes it easier to search the web, browser websites without having to move to a computer or a smartphone display.

Amazon and Google are slowly establishing a deal so that they don’t alienate their customers. However, Mozilla Firefox has made the best use of the situation by allowing users to easily watch Youtube videos and other content on their Amazon Fire TV. It also allows them to increase their user base around the globe.



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