Over the past decade, we have seen several updates on mobile technology. The Android phones, however, have been the pick of the crowd. Google always tries to bring something new to their latest versions of Android OS. One thing is sure; Google always enhances speed and security with its new release.
A short time ago, Google launched its Android 10 Go Edition. The purpose of this “Go” edition was to be more efficient and use less memory and resources. The Go Edition of Android OS is lighter than all other versions. Now Google is bringing the latest Android 10 version of the Android Go edition.
Tailored for lesser memory usage.
is a platform that is suitable for smartphones that have 1.5 GB RAM or
less. It is the Android OS that is for entry-level devices. Not many devices
with 1.5 GB RAM can run quicker. The latest Apps and software require more
memory and OS usage. Google intends to allow those smaller-scale devices to run
as quick as the heavy-duty devices.
The Android 10 Go Edition will come with preinstalled Go edition Apps. You will get the versions of Google Maps Go, YouTube Go, Gmail Go, and much more. The Go versions take less space and also use less memory.
Speed and Security not compromised.
intends to do this by their latest Android 10 Go edition. The update
will not only bring speed to the devices with low memory but also major
security improvements. The Go Edition will have similar security updates as
regular android OS. It means that people who have low budget can now
enjoy the latest games and high-end apps.
With this edition, they can now record the 4K video cameras without any lag. With this OS the apps will take 10% less time to launch. App switching will be faster than ever before. The OS will take less space, which means that the users will enjoy more storage space on their phones. It makes the upcoming android Go devices fastest on the market. According to Google, the new Android 10 Go will include Adiantum encryption. Google specially designs encryption for entry–level devices. This encryption is five times faster than AES encryption. This encryption will encrypt data without affecting the device’s performance. As a result it makes the devices speedy and also securer than previous versions.
Call of Duty is one of the most successful game franchises of all time. Players love it for its realism, humor, movie-quality clips, and thriving multiplayer community. But since its first release in 2003, the game has become increasingly violent. Though Common Sense Media recommends the game only for adults or very mature teens, we know lots of younger teens — and even tweens — play it
There are many titles, as well as apps, in the Call of Duty collection. If your kid is interested in the game, find out which version, and read the full Common Sense review.
Call of Duty: Black Ops III
Platforms: PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Windows, Xbox 360, Xbox One.
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare
Platforms: PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Windows, Xbox 360, Xbox One.
Call of Duty: Ghosts
Platforms: Nintendo Wii U, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Windows, Xbox 360, Xbox One.
Call of Duty: Black Ops II
Platforms: Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Nintendo Wii U, Windows (2012)
Black Ops II has players engaging in graphic combat that involves constant killing using realistic weapons, with blood and gore pouring across the screen during more intense scenes. Players are cast in the role of good guys during most of the campaign, but they also take on the role of the game’s villain in a couple of pivotal scenes, giving them opportunity to do evil.
Call of Duty 3
Platforms: PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, Xbox, Xbox 360 (2006)
It takes a lot to create the extraordinary displays we enjoy on the different Occasions. Sometimes, the staging alone can take hours of planning for a few minutes worth of display—it takes even longer when a show is set to music. And fireworks aren’t cheap.
The July Fourth Boston Pops Fireworks Spectacular costs in excess of $2.5 million. Shorter, simpler shows like what you’d find in a small town can run between $2,000 and $7,000. The use of larger shells bursting in synchronization with music can cost around $2,000 a minute, putting a 20-minute display at $40,000.
Inside a Shell
Here is a 6-inch cylindrical shell. The time delay fuse is at the far left; square stars are in the left compartments; and the bursting charge extends through from the fuse to the black lift powder at right.
What Gives Them Color?
If fireworks were strictly gunpowder, there’d be no excitement, really. They’d all just be balls of fire in the air.
Salts and other metal compounds allow a firework to detonate in bursts of bright blue or rich red. To make red, fireworks contain strontium salts and/or lithium salts, with the strontium producing a brighter red reaction. Calcium salts make orange, while sodium salts (as in table salt) explode in yellow. Green comes from the compound barium chloride, blue from copper chloride.
Silver or white colors are made of aluminum or magnesium. If you want purple, you have to work a little harder: Combine strontium salts for red and copper chloride for blue to create a purple explosion.
Because sparklers are governed under the same laws as fireworks, we’ll include them even though they’re technically considered novelties.
Sparklers consist of several compounds that when mixed, create a slurry into which the body of the sparkler is dipped. This coating is what burns and produces the bright light that sparklers emit. The fuel and oxidizer are added in specific proportions so that the sparkler doesn’t explode like a traditional firework, but instead burns much more slowly (and safely).
The guts of this firework must be carefully placed into a cylindrical shell about the size of a Quaker Oats canister, Souza says. In the center of the shell are tiny round green stars that burst as a teal peony at the firework’s nucleus.
Larger gold comet stars border the teal pellets and flare out when ignited, eventually peeling off into sharp scarlet quills. The animation can be changed by inserting scarlet stars into special compartments at the outskirts of cylinder.
Apple’s keynote address came from the San Jose Convention Center this year to share new updates to existing tech and products at their annual World Wide Developer’s Conference, or WWDC.
“We moved all of our software platforms forward,” said Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, before announcing that all platforms are available in beta versions today.
Here’s what you need to know.
A New Mac Pro
A new, long-awaited Mac Pro is available for those who can afford the hefty $6,000 price tag. It features an interesting looking tower (read: it looks like a giant cheese grater) and a 32-inch LCD display with 1.5 terabytes of memory (that’s a lot).
Alongside this new chromed-out tower is a display that’s equally impressive. Called the Pro Display XDR, this display comes with 1000 nits of brightness and comes with 6K HDR resolution. It’s more display than any one really needs, which means a lot of people will probably buy one at the eye-popping price of $5,000.
What’s New in iOS 13?
Apple also says that apps will be available for download at faster speeds and smaller sizes to optimize space on your phone and save you time. Face ID has been updated to unlock your phone up to 30 percent faster, too.
iOS 13 is available on the 7th gen iPod touch, iPhone SE, and all versions of the iPhone from the 6s Plus, which came out in 2015, and up.
The end of E3 2019 is finally upon us, and though the end is bittersweet, it’s also the perfect time to look back and reflect on every excellent game that was available to explore on the show floor. From RPGs to first-person shooters and everything in between, this year’s show proved that there’s a ridiculous amount of new games on the horizon for just about every type of gamer.
Though the naysayers may wish it, E3 as a show is far from dead—you need only look at the massive crowds of eager gaming fans lining up as the show begins each day. With another iteration of the annual show in the books, it’s time to run down my top 10 games of the show. While many of them are familiar names, you may find you’ve discovered a new adventure you have to pursue.
Final Fantasy VII Remake
The holy grail of E3 2019 was Final Fantasy VII Remake. I had a feeling it would end up being my choice for Best of Show far before I ever descended upon the Square Enix booth, but my expectations were absolutely blown away as soon as I picked up the controller. Final Fantasy VII Remake is an exciting amalgam of updated mechanics, gorgeous graphics, a remixed soundtrack, and an expanded story that both veterans and newcomers will undoubtedly fall in love with nearly immediately.
This quick slice of gameplay proved that Square has one thing in mind when it comes to bringing back Final Fantasy to the forefront of everyone’s minds, and that’s quality. It’s going to be a long wait for March 3, 2020.
My time with the third core entry in the Borderlands series was short, but totally sweet. It’s a rush of adrenaline to jump in and start zipping through, guns blazing, as you fight off Psychos and other bloodthirsty enemies. After a brief presentation I got a chance to play as Moze, the Gunner, whose explosive firepower took my breath away. Her seemingly unlimited weapons and arms cut through the Psychos’ defenses like a knife through butter, and made short work of every enemy who dared run toward me, screaming and waving around their weapons. Luckily, Moze’s abilities were able to ensure I was only ever down for the count briefly, then got right back up on the horse and mowed down the bad guys.
It was buttery smooth, rife with plenty of opportunities to tear through my enemies, and well worth the wait for when it debuts later this year. This is Borderlands at its best in every single way, and it’s only going to get better from here.
Empire of Sin
Empire of Sin, the procedure game from Romero Games and Paradox Interactive, puts you at the core of the merciless criminal black market of 1920s Prohibition-time Chicago.
It’s dependent upon you to hustle, engage and scare your way to the highest point of the heap and take the necessary steps to remain there. This character-driven, noir-roused game puts players right in the fabulous and marvelous of the thundering 20s, all while working off camera in the abrasive underbelly of sorted out wrongdoing.
Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2
Sired in a demonstration of vampire psychological warfare, your reality lights the war for Seattle’s blood exchange. Enter uneasy partnerships with the animals who control the city and reveal the rambling connivance which dove Seattle into a ridiculous common war between incredible vampire groups.
Become A definitive Vampire
Inundate yourself in the Realm of Haziness and experience your vampire dream in a city loaded up with interesting characters that respond to your decisions. You and your interesting controls are a weapon in our forward-driving, quick moving, scuffle focussed battle framework. Your capacity will develop as you advance, however make sure to maintain the Masquerade and gatekeeper your mankind… or on the other hand face the outcomes.
Plummet into Seattle’s Dim Heart and Endure the Vampire Tip top
Seattle has consistently been controlled by vampires. Chase your prey crosswise over Seattle areas dependably reconsidered in the Realm of Obscurity. Meet the old blood originators present since the city’s introduction to the world and the fresh recruits directing the tech cash rethinking the city. Everybody has concealed plans – so pick your partners astutely.
Go into Uneasy Partnerships
Pick a side among contending groups, each with their very own one of a kind attributes and stories, in the war for Seattle’s blood exchange. The world will pass judgment on you by the organization you keep, however recall nobody’s hands remain clean until the end of time.
Experience the Story
Composed by the innovative personality behind the first Bloodlines, Vampire: The Masquerade® – Bloodlines™ 2 brings the desire of the primary game to life and sees the arrival of a couple of fan most loved characters
It is an online multiplayer battle royale game developed and published by PUBG Corporation, a subsidiary of South Korean video game company Bluehole.
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Mobile game is published by Tencent Games and is available for Android and iOS (i.e., iPhone). It is a persistent online game, so you’ll need a connection to the internet to play – be that via mobile network or Wi-Fi – but the lower the ping the better.
The basics of gameplay
Battle royale basically means all against all, a bit like The Hunger Games where you start with nothing and have to scavenge and collect weapons and equipment. The game is ultimately a battle to the last player standing, with 100 players on an 8 x 8 km island.
There are three modes of play: solo, duo and squad, with the latter letting you team up with three other players for a team of four. Each is a little different with various pros and cons, the big pro of team play being that have people to support you, revive you and bring an element of co-operative tactics to the game.
The game starts with you parachuting onto the game island. On landing your mission is to gather everything you can to help you win, from clothes to medical supplies to weapons, with a wide range of weapons and modifications for those weapons. The best thing about this game is you can talk with your teammates Online.
Controls and Layouts of PUBG
The Mobile game provides the same gameplay elements as the PC and Xbox game, but uses on-screen controls. These can be customised for a number of different layouts and elements to suit the size of your device or preferences.
You can also change the controls for driving vehicles in the game, of which there are a number of options.
he gameplay is surprisingly good and smooth, although there’s an advantage for those with bigger displays and more powerful phones. There are three graphics settings you can use and the game will automatically select one. It’s advisable to close down everything else, turn up the brightness and volume for the best experience.
Seasons and Rewards
After every two month there is a new seasons awaits you with new awards. For rewards you have to complete different In-game missions. Every mission has different Royal Pass Points. The missions Changes every Weeks with new RP points. There are total of 8 weeks. There are total 100 level of RP and each level contains a different reward you are promoted to next RP level after completing a 100 RP point mission.Season 8 is ON going season of PUBG.
Ludus latrunculorum was a two-player strategy board game played throughout the Roman Empire. … The board is called the “city” and each piece is called a “dog”. The pieces are of two colors, and the art of the game consists in taking a piece of one color by enclosing it between two of the other color.
Oldest Board Game
Some of the oldest games found include backgammon, Go and Liubo – two traditional Chinese games. But the oldest board game known to man is a game called ‘Senet.’ Senet was played in Predynastic Egypt, dating it to around 3100 BC.
Latest Board Games
Sure, the classic board games like Monopoly, Risk, and Battleship are still great fun. But the number of new games has exploded in the last several years as designers dream up space adventures, deck-building sagas, and zombie survival games. So order a pizza, invite over one to three friends, and try out the best board games in recent years.
Nemesis is the most cinematic, immersive game I’ve ever played on my table top. Like a cardboard reincarnation of the sci-fi horror classic Aliens, you and up to 4 other Sigourney Weavers are jolted awake from cryosleep on a starship, and quickly discover that, oh god, something horrible is happening. As you move from room to room, rediscovering the sections of your ship in a haze of delirium, you start to realize… there are creatures aboard. Then they attack.
Prospective players should be aware that Nemesis is both very complicated, and brutally difficult to win. There are countless built-in elements of chance that pepper the game, and you’re never quite sure where and when the next alien will attack. Nevertheless I found Nemesis to be incredibly immersive. You have so many options and choices each turn, and an aching, unrelenting mistrust and fear (heightened by my group’s decision to play the Alien Isolation soundtrack on repeat) follows you from start to finish.
Wingspan is a breathtaking “engine” building game where you and up to five friends compete to coax flocks of birds into nature reserves. You’ll spend turns luring unique bird cards into one of 3 biomes, or playing each of the biome’s special ability—get food, lay eggs, or gather more birds. Each time you play a biome, your birds have a chance to use special abilities, often times creating long, clever chains of well-laid actions.
This game has more birds in than a Hitchcockian horror. We’re talking barn swallows, California condors, loggerhead shrikes, turkey vultures, and literally over 160 more—each with their own special abilities. You can play three separate games of Wingspan, and never see the same bird cards twice.
But despite all the variety, this game is one of the most well-balanced games I’ve ever played. Along with brilliant artwork and extremely high-quality components, the best part about Wingspan is discovering strange new avian engines to soar into victory.
Claustrophobia 1643 is an asymmetric, two-player strategy game of survival, hellfire, and demonic combat. The game consists of 20 different unique, playable scenarios—each of which lasts between an hour to an hour and a half. One player takes the reins of the infernal forces of hell, the other roleplays a rag-tag group of humans, and you both face off in a battlefield of twisting, tunneling catacombs.
Both players get their own detailed miniatures and rules to play. The humans start with a set number of warriors (four at most) while the demons are constantly spawning new friends into the game.
I was astonished at just how much fun is packed into these short adventures. My favorite scenario so far was one tale of desperate flight, where my opponent’s sole goal was to flee through a dozen sections of the catacombs into the daylight, and I had to send wave after wave of demons to stop him. Even though he only needed 2 of his 4 crusaders to survive to win the game…none saw the daylight.
We use the word “Robot” today to mean any man-made machine that can perform work or other actions normally performed by humans, either automatically or by remote control.
Most robots today are used to do repetitive actions or jobs considered too dangerous for humans. A robot is ideal for going into a building that has a possible bomb. Robots are also used in factories to build things like cars, candy bars, and electronics. Robots are now used in medicine, for military tactics, for finding objects underwater and to explore other planets.
Why NASA needs Robots?
Mountains and cliffs are among the most tantalizing spaces on Mars or any other rocky planet. The problem? Martian rovers like Curiosity and the upcoming Mars 2020 rover are limited by how much terrain they can cover with wheels.
To get to the highest peaks, NASA needs to climb. And for that, the Agency is developing technology gleaned from its experiments with a four-limbed robot named Limbed Excursion Mechanical Utility Robot, or LEMUR for short
These newer climbing robots are being built for specific ecosystems. The RoboSimian, for example, is designed to explore the silty, icy world of Saturn’s moon Enceladus, where geysers could burst through the frozen surface at any time.
To match the challenges, RoboSimian builds on LEMUR’s climbing abilities with versatility; it can “walk on four legs, crawl, move like an inchworm and slide on its belly like a penguin,” NASA says in a press statement.
Some planets and moons might require a lighter touch than the large RoboSimian, which was recently able to drive a car. For icy mountains, the IceWorm might be a better fit.
Standing approximately 4.5 tall, the Ice-worm can handle difficult terrain with a USDC that helps it imitate inchworms. The Ice-worm could be a good fit on Europa, where icy spikes upward of 50 feet tall can be found.
Did you know your iPad comes with a personal assistant? Siri is quite capable of scheduling events, setting reminders, counting down a timer and even booking reservations at your favorite restaurants.
.The assistant first appeared on the iPhone 4S and it was described by Apple as the best thing on the iPhone during the launch presentation. As well as on iPhone, Siri is also available on iPad, iPod touch, Apple Watch, HomePod and the Mac (macOS Sierra and later).
To activate Siri on an iPhone, press and hold the home button for two or three seconds, then release. Siri will activate and accept voice commands
. For some iPads, “Hey Siri” will only work when the iPad is connected to a power source, and some older models do not have access to “Hey Siri” at all.
What Should I Ask Siri?
Siri is designed as a human language personal assistant.You can experiment by asking her almost anything.
Siri can find nearby restaurants and events. Just ask, “Find nearby pizza” or “What movies are playing?”
Siri can set a reminder. Just say, “Remind me to take the dog for a walk at 9 PM.”
Siri can set a timer. Just say, “Timer 30 seconds.” This one is great for cooking.
Siri can also answer complex questions and search the web. “Who wrote Harry Potter?”
Siri can open apps and play music.
On Apple Watch, hold down the Digital Crown or say “Hey Siri” within a few seconds of raising your wrist. From here, you can command Siri to do various tasks and it depends on what you are asking as to how Siri on the Apple Watch responds.
How does Siri work?
Siri is based on the based on the fields of Artificial Intelligence and Natural Language Processing, and it is comprised of three components – a conversational interface, personal context awareness and service delegation.The conversational interface is about how Siri understands you in the first place
The general workings of the straight word-for-word voice recognition have to be good in order to hear what you’re saying but deciphering the meaning is all down to statistics and machine learning, which is where the personal context awareness system comes in.
Does Siri speak my language?
Siri can speak and understand English (Australia, Canada, India, New Zealand, Singapore, UK, US), Spanish, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Mandarin, Norwegian, Cantonese, Swedish, Danish, Dutch, Russian, Turkish, Thai and Portuguese.
How do I change Siri’s gender and accent?
If you want to change Siri to a man or a woman, you’ll need to head into Settings > Siri & Search on iOS or Apple Menu > System Preferences > Siri on macOS Sierra or later.
You can change Siri settings on HomePod within the Home app and Apple Watch within the Watch app.
Is Siri Better Than Google’s Personal Assistant, Microsoft’s Cortana or Amazon’s Alexa?
Apple is known for setting trends and Siri is no different. Google, Amazon, and Microsoft have all developed their own voice recognition assistant.
There’s no easy way to judge which is better, and for the most part, there’s no real reason to pit them against each other.
Trading is the backbone of economy of any country , through trading a country can be more and more developed. Countries trade with each other when, on their own, they do not have the resources, or capacity to satisfy their own needs and wants. By developing and exploiting their domestic scarce resources, countries can produce a surplus, and trade this for the resources they need. Trading by Ships was a very common way in old days and still exist but in an advanced way the ships are advanced today and the equipment used in these ships is also advanced which facilitates human beings. Humans find an easiest way to do his works and through a cheaper source. Therefore trading ships without sailors is also an advanced form of trading that can be cheaper and more satisfying.
World’s first unmanned commercial shipping operation!
The mollusks had been caught in Essex and transported to Belgium on a 12m (39ft) aluminium-hulled vessel, which traversed the English Channel with no humans on board. The crew-less boat was carefully watched by four people in a control center in Trolleybus, Essex, headquarters of Hush-craft, the company behind the design and development of the craft.
Self-navigating cargo ships ‘by 2025’
Ben Simpson says “You could actually listen to the waves hitting the boat”. It boasts a hybrid diesel engine, electrical generators, satellite links, CCTV and thermal cameras, an automatic identification system to warn approaching vessels of its position and more.
Mr. Simpson says “You can send them around the world to do different jobs at a significantly reduced cost. Then you don’t have to have a galley, you don’t have to have toilets, You can utilize space.”
Advantage of Unmanned ships!
They are better for the environment as they can be electrically propelled, and since they can use smaller ports they can replace road transport and cut even more fumes, he says. Ships with no sailors mean no risk to human life from fires or other hazards at sea. No-one needs to recruit staff, pay them, keep them trained or guard against unlicensed crew. The boats can go anywhere. But Unmanned ships may be stopped by pirates by disabling shots or damaging the ship’s propeller and rudder.