Saturday, September 5, 2015

Google Launches Android 6.0 as Marshmallow

Google has formally introduced the official Android 6.0 SDK along with the final preview of Android M, now being presented as Marshmallow. In his remarks about the name of the latest release, Android product manager, Jamal Eason, explained that “whether you like them straight out of the bag, roasted to a golden brown exterior with a molten centre, or in fluff form, who doesn’t like marshmallows?”

Apart from its traditionally unique name, there are a ton of new and unique features in the new update that were promised in the launch of the M Developer Preview at Google I/O. The changes include, but are not limited to, updates to the Fingerprint API for better error reporting, fingerprint enrolment and greater reliability, along with an update to the permissions user interface. In addition to that, the latest version of android will also feature Doze, which is supposed to reduce background app activity when the device is inactive in order to provide a longer battery life, and a USB-C connector that aims to charge devices three to five times faster than current chargers.

Friday, September 4, 2015

Shenandoah Studios to Launch Renewed 'Battle of the Bulge' on 17th Sept.

The premier strategy game developer that was quite for a long time since its acquisition, i.e. Shenandoah Studio, has finally made a formal announcement about its future plans. Since being acquired by Slitherine, Shenandoah Studio only made one brief statement last April. Now, the company has announced that its first and one of the best strategy games on mobile, Battle of the Bulge, will relaunch on September 17th on PC, iPhone, iPad, and Mac.

Sunday, January 18, 2015

New “Hacker’s List” Website Allows You to Hire Hackers Anonymously

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A new website providing shady services, dubbed as Hacker's List, has vowed to provide professional hackers at discretion of internet users. The site aims to sell the sinister services like breaking in to an ex's email address to taking out an enemy's website. It allows users to anonymously hire “professional” hackers in order to perform hacks ranging from hacking into Facebook and e-mail accounts to changing academic grades.

Saturday, January 17, 2015

Google Eyeing Mobile Payment Company, Softcard, Takeover

Several sources have claimed that Google is interested, and is most likely, to buy the mobile payment company, SoftCard. The mobile payment service is currently in collaboration with majority of the top mobile service providers in the United Sates, including AT&T Inc., Verizon Communications Inc. and T-Mobile US Inc.

Softcard has Windows and Android compatibility and also allows its users to make payments via various payment terminals. The company initially entered the market with the name of ISIS but for obvious reasons it had to change its name and went with SoftCard.

Facebook Hires All Partners of Teehan+Lax, Company to Shut Down

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Facebook Inc. has dissolved an entire Toronto -based design company, Teehan+Lax's, by hiring all the firm’s partners. According to a company statement issued on Friday, it will be closing its doors for all customers and clients. The Teehan+Lax's partners’ move to Facebook’s San Francisco offices will leave behind almost around 40 staff members unaccounted.