SUSE Linux Enterprise Server and openSUSE are now on the Windows Store

At Build 2017 in May, Microsoft announced that it’s bringing Ubuntu, SUSE Linux, and Fedora to the Windows Store for Windows 10 PCs. Today, SUSE has released the SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12 and openSUSE Leap 42 on the Windows Store for Windows 10. Users can now download both of them from the Windows Store... Continue Reading →


Sega Forever Brings Retro Games to Android and iOS

Sega is re-releasing some of its most popular retro titles on Android and iOS, under a new service banner called Sega Forever. Five Sega Genesis games are available at launch: Altered Beast, Comix Zone, Kid Chameleon, Phantasy Star II, and Sonic the Hedgehog. Each title is free of cost, though players can pay Rs. 160 ($1.99... Continue Reading →

BSNL’s 786 Pack, Redmi 4 Offline, OnePlus 5 Teardown, and More

Telecom operators are desperately trying every trick in the book to combat Reliance Jio's 4G plans.BSNL has launched two new prepaid recharge packs, its second unveil this week after it earlier launched the Chaukka 444 plan with 360GB bundled data. The new BSNL Rs. 768 combo plan offers 3GB of data for 90 days and Rs. 768 credited... Continue Reading →

WhatsApp gets support for sharing of all kinds of files

WhatsApp is now rolling out support for sharing of all kinds of files. This feature has been enabled in the backend and is rolling out in many markets across the globe. Once this feature gets enabled you would be able to share APK files, archive, media and all other kinds of files. Before this WhatsApp had support... Continue Reading →

Adobe Scan App With Text Recognition Launched for Android and iOS

Adobe on Wednesday launched its document scanning app called Adobe Scan. If you are wondering why you should opt for Adobe's app over the existing scanning apps available on Google Play store or Apple's App Store, the new scanning app comes with Adobe Document Cloud integration. While the app is free to download and use, users will... Continue Reading →

Gameloft’s Iron Blade: Medieval Legends Action RPG now generally available

Gameloft new action RPG leaked in April in some markets but is now generally available worldwide to all Windows users. In the epic medieval odyssey, you, the Iron Blade bearing Savior, have to defeat the Demon Lord Baal as he makes his second attempt to claim the world. Players have to defeat countless threats, battling possessed and... Continue Reading →

Google Allo Now Lets You Turn Selfies Into Personalised Stickers

Google Allo has not been able to become a mainstream messaging app like its rivals WhatsApp,Messenger etc. There are a lot of basic features that are still being added in the app like the chat backup feature, which got it 50 million downloads recently. In the meantime, Google decided to go in line with the... Continue Reading →

Now you can play instant games on Facebook Messenger 

Facebook is sidestepping the app stores by now allowing everyone to play no-download HTML5 “Instant Games” inside of Facebook Messenger. Launched in the US in November, Instant Games are now globally available with 50 titles to play from Pac-Man to 8 Ball Pool. Plus, Facebook is rolling out two new features it announced at its F8 conference earlier this month.... Continue Reading →

Publishers welcomes Google’s plan to introduce ad-blocker in Chrome Browser :report

Google is preparing to introduce an ad-blocker to Chrome browser despite fears that it would hit their online advertising revenues - a move that has been hailed by publishers in the US and Europe, the Financial Times reported. The move comes after Google was recently criticised for placement of ads on its video hosting platform... Continue Reading →

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