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Gaming platforms keep casual gamers in India hooked with prizes that run into  lakhs of rupees

May 10, 2019

Bengaluru-based teacher Ibakodor K. Lysner has won close to₹2 lakh on Mobile Premier League (MPL), a gaming platform that hosts 30 online games. “Ever since I stumbled upon MPL in 2018, I have been gaming regularly on the app. So far, I have played close to 770 tournaments. It is only when I started winning […]

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EA’s Gaming Subscription Comes To PS4 In July

May 8, 2019

EA Access, a monthly subscription service for a bunch of Electronic Arts games, will finally come to PS4 nearly five years after it started on Xbox One. The service will be $5 a month or $30 for a full year. In addition to providing unlimited access to EA games like Madden 19, Battlefield V, and Star Wars: Battlefront II, the […]

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Nokia 4.2 Set to Launch in India Today: Expected Price, Specifications

May 7, 2019

Nokia 4.2 is all set to launch in India today, and the company has been rolling out multiple teasers in the run up to the launch. The phone was introduced at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2019 exhibition in Barcelona, and it is finally ready to hit the shelves in the country. The phone’s key […]

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Hackers get Fuchsia to run in Google’s Android Studio Emulator

May 3, 2019

Google has been working on an open source operating system called Fuchsia for years. It’s not entirely clear what it’s for, but some folks have speculated that it could one day replace Android and/or ChromeOS for smartphones, laptops, and tablets. Since it uses a custom kernel called Magenta instead of Linux, it would give Google even more control over its […]

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Kubernetes Now Supports Windows Containers In Production

March 26, 2019

Kubernetes took Windows container into production Monday with the latest release of the open source container orchestration platform that has become something close to a standardized infrastructure layer. After three years of concerted efforts to elevate Microsoft’s operating system to a first-class citizen in containerized environments, Kubernetes 1.14 made generally available support of Windows containers […]

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Chinese tech giant Huawei has developed its own operating system as a ‘plan B’ in case it’s barred by the US government from using Google and Microsoft products

March 24, 2019

The Chinese tech giant Huawei confirmed it has developed its own operating system that could replace Google’s Android and Microsoft’s Windows should it be barred from using American-made products, according to a recent report by the German newspaper Die Welt. The prospect of being banned from such products has intensified for Huawei in the wake of […]

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