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Destiny 2's Curse of Osiris First Livestream Begins Tomorrow


Bungie is an independent, employee-owned game development studio dedicated to creating hopeful worlds that inspire passionate player communities. If the raid lair is indeed the only raid content to be added in Curse of Osiris and the second expansion, this would be a change in strategy that is likely to disappoint at least some players, even if the raid lair is a completely new experience, as Bungie is saying. Read More »

OnePlus engineering APK exposes backdoor to root access ars_ab.settitle(1204221)


According to one developer named as Elliot Alderson , OnePlus has an application called as " EngineerMode ", which is basically used to check whether the unit is working properly or not in the factory. The backdoor is provided through an application called Engineer Mode that ships pre-installed on the devices. It is actually a modified version of a testing application created by Qualcomm . Read More »

Why a Star Wars game is making Reddit really mad

However, according to Wasilczykt, "it's clear that more changes are needed". If you've been curious to know more about the game's Imperial protagonist Iden Versio, then these first two missions should give you a good idea of her demeanor and personality. Read More »

All Eyes Were On Melania's Gorgeous Outfit At Beijing Zoo Tour


Melania Trump is photographed on her visit to China's Great Wall. After causing an uproar over shoe choices during political appearances in the past, Melania Trump donned simple beige flats as she toured the Great Wall of China. As her husband flew on to an Asian summit in Vietnam, Melania stayed behind to see the country's sights (including a visit to see pandas at a Beijing zoo) before heading home through Alaska. Read More »

Apple's much rumoured Augmented Reality headset gets a name, OS


The chip, according to the publication, will be similar in concept to the SoC found in the Apple Watch . This is where the custom-built processor and operating system, internally dubbed rOS (reality operating system) will come in. Microsoft has been squarely focused on business applications for its $3000 HoloLens headset, while at the same time using some of its technology to develop cheaper virtual reality devices. Read More »

Here's How to Fix That Weird iPhone Glitch


Last weekend it emerged some iOS users are struggling with an issue so rudimentary, it made a mockery of Apple's cutting edge mobile technology. Any funds you receive are added to a new Apple Pay Cash card that lives inside the Apple Wallet app on your phone or tablet. Read More »

Houston Astros celebrate World Series win by visiting SNL


One day after celebrating the franchise's first World Series title with a parade through downtown Houston, Houston Astros stars Jose Altuve , Carlos Correa and George Springer were honored at Walt Disney World . But arguably the most thrilling moment of the parade didn't involve any of the Astros players, and didn't occur on any of the floats. All three players were instrumental in helping the Astros turn back-to-back 100-loss seasons into a World Series year. Read More »

AMD And Intel Are Teaming Up To Take On NVIDIA


Intel also mentions that this will be the first consumer product that uses the EMIB small intelligent bridge design. "Balancing power between our high-performing processor and the graphics subsystem is critical to achieve great performance across both processors as systems get thinner". Read More »

Qualcomm reportedly target of foreign takeover bid


Qualcomm declined to comment, while Broadcom did not immediately respond to a request for comment. Shares of Broadcom closed up 5.5% Friday after the report, while Qualcomm's stock surged 12.7%. Broadcom also supplies is a major supplier of parts for Apple's iPhone, and new management might be better positioned to resolve the dispute, Bloomberg noted. Read More »

Switch Sales Near 8M, Nintendo Aims For 14M in First Year

Not only is Nintendo almost doubling its operating profit forecast for the fiscal year (bringing it from 65 billion Yen to 120 billion Yen), but it also now expects to sell 14 million Switch units worldwide. Nintendo , which makes Super Mario and Pokemon games, said its Switch Splatoon 2 game was selling well both in Japan and overseas. Nintendo Switch's popularity can be owed to the fact that it offers the convenience of playing at home, as well as, on the go. Read More »

Twitter bans Russia Today and Sputnik from advertising


Twitter's decision to suspend advertising by Russia Today, or RT, and the news agency Sputnik is "effective immediately", the company announced in a statement . "Nonetheless, you know, if we have foreign countries that are seeking to interfere in our elections, I think we need to take appropriate action in response", he said. Read More »

Microsoft FY18 Q1 earnings: Surface and Windows up; phone still immaterial


Here, the company reported revenues of 6.9 billion for its Intelligent Cloud business units, which include server products and cloud services. Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ: MSFT ) FQ1 2018 earnings were released after closing bell tonight, and the company posted earnings of 84 cents per share, a 17% increase from last year, on $24.5 billion in sales, a 12% year-over-year increase. Read More »

Daredevil Season 3 Will Feature the Return of Kingpin


Kingpin . Erik Oleson will take over as showrunner from Marco Ramirez and Doug Petrie . There are some brutal scenes from the first season of Daredevil involving the Kingpin. We have yet to hear if Fisk will only be stopping by for a short time or if he is the sole villain in the season. When asked about the hiring, Loeb stated, "We're very excited how Marvel's Daredevil develops through the creative lens and guidance of our new showrunner". Read More »

Apple Pay arrives in Denmark, Finland, Sweden and UAE


Bailey also announced a partnership with Ticketmaster to bring contactless tickets to all of its locations and the roll out of Apple Pay to all Albertsons Companies' 2,300 retail locations in the US, including popular grocery store chain Safeway. Read More »

Hizb chief Syed Salahuddin's son held for receiving funds from terror suspect


Shahid was summoned by the NIA to Delhi for questioning in a fake case registered against him in Delhi in 2011. Yousuf on Tuesday appeared before the investigation agency and was subsequently arrested. The NIA has so far filed two charge sheets against six people which included G M Bhat, a close aide of pro-Pakistan separatist Syed Ali Shah Geelani, Mohammed Siddiq Ganai, Ghulam Jeelani Liloo and Farooq Ahmed Dagga. Read More »

The bank is always open for Andrew Wiggins

First, it was Carmelo Anthony giving the Thunder the late one-point lead with what everyone assumed was the dagger with 4.7 seconds to go on a handsome misdirection play and feed from Russell Westbrook . Swish. But there are five seconds left on the clock for Minnesota. Andrew Wiggins was suddenly asked if he had called glass upon releasing his shot, which he humbly admitted he didn't, only to get his Timberwolves teammate Karl-Anthony Towns add on to that in the most savage way ... Read More »

Animal Crossing Direct announced for upcoming mobile game


Nintendo has announced an Animal Crossing-themed Nintendo Direct coming on Wednesday, October 25th. However, while some of these games, such as Super Mario Run , did make it to smartphone, Animal Crossing was delayed, and then went missing altogether. Read More »

Facebook users can now PayPal in Messenger

But now it's gotten probably a major boost as PayPal has been added as a funding source for peer-to-peer or P2P payments. In India, messenger app Hike already allows the same with its peer-to-peer (P2P) payments system, launched earlier this year. Read More »

Emonster sues Apple for violating Animoji trademark


The company's CEO is a U.S. citizen living in Japan and is listed as a plaintiff in the suit. About a month ago, we were introduced to the "most advanced facial recognition technology put on a phone" - the Apple iPhone X and its Face ID camera. Read More »

Apple finds a new enterprise partner in GE


Apple began selling its iPhone 8 on 22 September for $699 (£525) for 64GB handset, whereas the iPhone 8 Plus will set buyers back by $799 (£600). Many analysts, including highly respected Apple supply chain source Ming-Chi Kuo , believe the X's release will kick off a "super cycle" of upgrades, which could encourage consumers who aren't ready to spend $999-plus to pick up an 8 instead. Read More »