Month: May 2018

HTC U12+ Won’t Ship With a 3.5mm Headphone Jack to USB Type-C Adapter

HTC U12+ won’t include a headphone adapter to let you use traditional 3.5mm jack headphones with the given USB Type-C port. Thankfully, the flagship does include USB Type-C powered HTC USonic earbuds in the box, complete with active noise cancellation. The decision to exclude the headphone adapter makes HTC a distinct player against companies such

Redmi S2 India Variant, Redmi Y2, Spotted on Geekbench Ahead of June 7 Launch

While Xiaomi Redmi Y2 is expected to launch in India on June 7, the new handset has already reached the Geekbench website to reveal its benchmark performance ahead of the formal debut. The Geekbench listing also highlights some of the key specifications of the model that is likely to be the India version of the Redmi

Pixel 3, Pixel 3 XL Alleged Screen Protectors Show Notch, Front Facing Speakers

Pixel 3 was recently confirmed to be the name of Google’s next flagship smartphone, courtesy an AOSP(Android Open Source Project) commit. Now, a new leak with alleged screen protectors has surfaced online that apparently gives us a look at the front panel of the upcoming Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL. Interestingly enough, according to

Microsoft Launches Free-to-Play Windows 10 Racing Game, Miami Street

Microsoft Studios has released a new free-to-play single-player racing game called Miami Street for Windows 10. It’s been developed by Brighton-based Electric Square, which is the sister studio to Studio Gobo, in-charge of delivering new content for For Honor, and the now-defunct Disney Infinity. Unlike traditional racing titles, Miami Street is played in

Xbox 360 Gets Its First System Update in Two Years

Two years since Microsoft announced that the Xbox 360 had been discontinued, it delivered a minor system update on Tuesday last week, which is surprising news to say the least. The official update notes say the new version, numbered 2.0.17526.0, brings “minor bug fixes and improvements”. That’s it, nothing more. It’s interesting to see Microsoft