Day: April 28, 2018

Fortnite Downtime for Version 3.6 Update Brings Clinger Sticky Grenade

Fortnite for iOS, PS4, PC, and Xbox One will be down shortly. The scheduled downtime is in preparation for a new update. Dubbed as version 3.6, it brings the Clinger sticky grenade to the game. Fortnite will be down from 1:30pm IST (4am EDT) for around an hour. The game is currently

PUBG Mobile Update Adds Arcade Mode, Training Grounds, and iOS 3D Touch Firing

PUBG Mobile has received a massive patch that brings a slew of new additions to the game. These include Arcade Mode, Training Grounds, and 3D Touch-enabled firing for iOS devices. Arcade Mode is a new 28-player mode that lets players go solo or team up with friends. Each match has one

Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus Nintendo Switch Release Date Announced

Revealed during a Nintendo Direct last year, Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus is coming to the Nintendo Switch sooner than you think. Wolfenstein 2 for the Nintendo Switch has a release date of June 29. After gracing the PS4, Xbox One, and PC in October 2017, it marks the first time a Wolfenstein game

Xbox One April Update Brings FreeSync, 1440p Support, and Low Latency Mode

The Xbox One April update is now live. It brings a host of new features to the Xbox One X and Xbox One S. These include FreeSync, support for 1440p resolution, a low latency mode, and more. The Xbox One April update download size is roughly 732MB. What’s interesting is that forward

Nintendo Switch Hacked and Nintendo May Not Be Able to Patch It Remotely

The Nintendo Switch has been hacked again. And it’s been done in such a fashion that Nintendo may not be able to patch it out with an update. Hacker Katherine Temkin and the hacking group ReSwitched have exploited the Nintendo Switch’s Tegra X1 USB recovery mode to bypass operations that would

Google Clips Camera Now Available to All as Latest Effort to Bring AI to Home Gadgets

Babies, dogs and artificial intelligence. Alphabet’s Google is betting this combination proves irresistible with the Tuesday launch of Google Clips, a pocket-sized digital camera that decides on its own whether an image is interesting enough to shoot. The $249  (roughly Rs. 16,200) device, which is designed to clip onto furniture or other

Google Home Now Works With Bluetooth Speakers; Clips Camera Can Capture High-Resolution Images

Google on Wednesday rolled out an update to the Google Home app that enables users to connect the Assistant-enabled speaker to any Bluetooth speaker. This essentially means that the Google Home, Home Mini, and Home Max will be able to play music via your Bluetooth speaker. Before this, only Google Cast-enabled speakers could

Samsung’s New Entry-Level Smartphone Gets Listed on Geekbench, Likely an Android Go Model

After the initial arrival of a handful of emerging players, including Alcatel, HMD Global, Lava, and Micromax, it appears that Samsung is now set to build its first Android Go smartphone. The smartphone, with model number SM-J260G, has surfaced on Geekbench ahead of any formal announcement. The benchmark listing shows inferior specifications but with the latest Android Oreo iteration. There

MIUI 9 Development Discontinued by Xiaomi, MIUI 10 Expected to Arrive Soon

Xiaomi on Wednesday announced the suspension of MIUI 9Beta ROM updates after April 27. The Chinese smartphone manufacturer had unveiled its custom Android ROM – MIUI 9 – in July last year. In an MIUI Forum, an admin has informed that MIUI will now release the last Development/Alpha ROM 8.4.26 to “achieve better system stability