Exciting thing when Google announced Chrome OS was that the OS booted right in the browser, making it apt for heavy net surfers. But since then, there’s very little (or nothing) they’ve shown to convince anyone. Now, Techcrunch has heard from a reliable source that Google is about let loose the OS. It will be available for download “within a week” that expectedly, won’t be in a pristine condition and will mostly face hardware driver issues.
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EA has announced a long-term deal with Marvel Entertainment that will see the gaming company release “at least” three new action-adventure games designed for consoles and PC. The first game to be developed under this collaboration is a single-player, third-person, action-adventure Iron Man. EA says the game is under early development at Montreal-based Motive Studio […]
A general rule of thumb with respect to pricing for any tech product is that it goes down as the time passes. But for Sony’s PlayStation 5, it’s the other way around. Already struggling with supply issues, Sony today announced that the price of both the PS5 SKUs – digital and disc – will increase […]
Customers have seen a rise in the choice of Android-based tablets and a new one that wants to compete in this intensive market is Moto tab g62. It’s a mid-range tablet that won’t blow the socks off with its mid-range hardware but aims to give a decent all-round performance. The 10.6-inch tablet sports a 2K […]
Ubisoft has confirmed its Tom Clancy’s The Division franchise is reaching smartphones soon. The Tom Clancy’s The Division Resurgence will expand on the post-apocalyptic lore of the first and second Division games and introduce “new characters with deep backstories and powerful enemies with challenging abilities”. The first mobile game of the franchise will remain true to […]
Smart wearables that track your data are aplenty but they are not as non-intrusive as Ultrahuman’s latest wearable. Dubbed the Ultrahuman Ring, users will just have to wear it to track their body’s reaction to a variety of biomarkers. Ultrahuman says the ring can be used as a standalone device or can be used in […]
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