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  1. Just weeks after the launch of the GeForce GTX 1660 Ti GPU, Nvidia has now introduced its smaller sibling, the GTX 1660. It's been made available in India for the price of Rs. 21,500 and it's the cheapest Turing-based Nvidia GPU that's out right now. © Nvidia Much like the Nvidia GTX 1660 Ti, the new GTX 1660 offers Turing performance, making it comparatively better than the GTX 1060. This new card is using the same TU116 Turing GPU as the 1660 Ti, however, you're looking at 6GB DDR5 memory with a bandwidth of 192GBps, instead of DDR6. The GTX 1660 comes with 1,408 CUDA cores and has a boost clock speed of 1.8GHz. Nvidia also noted that one can easily increase the clock speed with some overclocking. On average, it's 35% faster than the GTX 1060 3GB at 1080p, and compared to the Maxwell-architecture GTX 960, it's 130% faster. In layman terms, the GTX 1660 delivers enough power to play even the modern titles at 1080p with enjoyable frame rates. © Nvidia The Nvidia GTX 1660, just like the GTX 1660 Ti, belongs to the GTX family of GPUs. So you'll be loosing out on features like ray-tracing. But considering the fact that the adaptation of ray-tracing is still in its infancy, we think you can sit out on the higher-end RTX cards for a bit longer if you are strictly on a budget. Specifications aside, the GTX 1660 also brings support for Adaptive Shading technology, which further improves performance in supported titles. You also get some game enhancing techs like Ansel, Freestyle, GameStream, ShadowPlay, and more. The Nvidia GeForce GTX 1660 is now available from a lot of OEMs like Asus, Colorful, EVGA, Gainward, Galaxy, Gigabyte, Inno3D, MSI, Palit and Zotac. The pricing, as mentioned earlier, starts at Rs. 21,500, and it will vary based on partner designs and features. You can learn more about the GPU here.
  2. Google has finally launched its music streaming service in the form of YouTube Music and YouTube Premium for users who like a seamless video content experience. YouTube already has a vast catalogue of music that also includes radio channels, live performances and user-generated content. © Twitter YouTube has also introduced YouTube Premium that basically lets users consume content without any interruptions from advertisements. The Premium subscription also lets users play videos in the background even when users lock a smartphone or switch apps. YouTube Music Premium will also let users download songs in order to play when offline. YouTube Premium will be available for Rs 129 a month, will include membership to YouTube Music Premium, and access to all YouTube Originals. YouTube Music Premium is available at a monthly rental of Rs 99 and as part of the introductory offer, YouTube is offering a three-month subscription of YouTube Music Premium for free. Announcing the launch of YouTube Music in India, Lyor Cohen, Global Head of Music, YouTube said, “India is where the multi-lingual music scene thrives. It's interesting to note how Indian artists have consistently claimed top spots over the last few months in the Global YouTube Top Artists chart. With YouTube Music, we are hoping to bring the best in global and Indian music to millions of fans across India, and give them an immersive music experience, with the magic of music on YouTube.” T.Jay Fowler, Director of Product Management, Music Products, YouTube said, “We know that India loves watching music videos on YouTube -- be it the vibrancy, choreography, stars and glamour. Music from India has always been so much more than just the audio. Therefore for us, with the launch of YouTube Music, all the emphasis is on the familiar and to make every user experience richer as they start using the service. From recommended music videos, live performances, covers, to new videos -- it's all here, and only here." YouTube has been a popular platform for streaming music with access to thousands of playlists across various genres.
  3. Spotify's silent launch in India last week sent out waves around the music industry, and the streaming app has already added more than 1 million users in the country. It's a remarkable number, but there's no denying that the service already has stiff competition from the existing streaming platforms, especially Apple Music. As an Apple Music user myself, I was really excited about Spotify's India launch and I instantly pulled the trigger on Spotify. Having used Spotify as my primary music streaming app this past week, I have a few observations. So, just how good is Spotify when compared with Apple Music, one of its biggest competitors in the country? Here's a quick look at the points that matter: Pricing Pricing is honestly one of the first and most important factors while picking any service in general. In this case, I would say Spotify has an upper hand, mainly because of the varied subscription packages. Unlike other music streaming services, Spotify gives its users an option to opt for either the daily, weekly, half-yearly or yearly packages, in addition to the monthly subscription. Essentially, you can avail all the premium Spotify subscription for as low as Rs. 13/ day to see if you like the service and all the features that it offers. Apple Music, on the other hand, offers only one option, i.e. Rs. 120/ month. You'll effectively be shelling out Rs. 360 for three months, Rs.600 for six months and so on. So, Spotify is the clear winner here. You can just sign up for a single day and check out the app and all its features which we'll be discussing below. Music Selection & Beyond As soon as you start using Spotify in India, it won't be too long until you realize that a lot of your favourite music isn't there. Yes, it's really a bummer. It's like the Netflix debacle all over again, when a lot of binge-worthy shows like 'House of Cards' wasn't available at launch in India. Of course, things will get better over time (hopefully), but if you love your Iron Maiden or Led Zeppelin playlist, then Apple Music is a no brainer. © Spotify The native-language song selection, on the other hand, isn't bad on either service. Both Apple Music and Spotify will ask you for your preference in music to suggest similar kinds of tracks, artists, and more. If you are into local Indian music, however, I think you'd be better off using services like Gaana.com and JioSaavn. They have partnerships with better record companies under their belt and therefore you'll get to enjoy more comprehensive libraries. Again, Spotify may end up signing better labels, but for now, it is safe to say that they're barely scratching the surface with T-series. Both platforms also suggest curated playlist, but I found myself spending more time on Spotify's curated playlist than Apple Music. Apple has its own way of doing things, and the curated lists are based on the genres you select, as opposed to the songs you listen the most as Spotify does. It comes down to personal preference, but I found Spotify's 'Your Daily Mix 1' or 'Your Daily Mix 2' etc. to be more appealing than Apple Music's 'Friends Mix', and 'Chill Mix' playlists. Lastly, it is worth pointing out that Apple Music gives you a lot of options like podcasts, music videos, short films, etc., whereas Spotify only gives the option of listening to podcasts apart from songs. Music Sharing & Platform support Both platforms let you follow your friends and family members using the service. You can share, say, a playlist or keep a track of what others are listening to. The sharing features, however, are much better on Spotify. Besides connecting to your friends, you can also share your tracks via mediums like Instagram Stories, which is where most people are spending their time these days anyway. © Spotify Coming to platforms, both Spotify and Apple Music are available on Android, iOS, Windows and macOS. But if I was to switch back to Apple Music again, I'll definitely be missing the web player. It's effortless to pull up a web browser and switch over seamlessly from your phone, tablet, etc. Just a convenience that I am not ready to give up anytime soon. Final Thoughts Both streaming services in their current state have caveats of their own. While Spotify has better algorithms in place giving it an upper hand on the music discovery over the others, Apple Music has a strong music selection and has its own ecosystem with deep Siri integration. I personally won't be switching to Apple Music again, because I am not particularly bothered by lack of artists. I am also quite optimistic about Spotify's growth in India. If it's not a major a concern for you too, then I highly recommend checking out Spotify's premium subscribing at least for a day.
  4. A year ago, Spotify officially announced its plans of expanding to India, and the company has finally made its way here. While Netflix is the most popular video streaming platform worldwide, Spotify holds the same title in the music streaming segment. The company has the highest number of paying subscribers in the world and India is the 79th where Spotify has launched. It operates on a "freemium" model, meaning users can access all songs for free, but they're streamed at a lower quality and the app has ads to monetize the consumption. The motto is to convert free users to a paid subscription and in return offer more features like high-quality playback and no ads. © Spotify The service in India will come with more than four crore songs and 300 crore playlists offering Indian and international music, across moods and moments. The company has already partnered with T-Series and Sony for local licensing and is currently fighting in court against the Warner Music Group (WMG). The app has built-in multilingual recommendations and specially curated playlists for listeners in India and new users can avail a 30-day trial of the Premium offering. To access, you can either visit the website or download the Android. © Reuters In terms of pricing, the simple one month plan costs just Rs 119 (US$ 1.67), compared to US$ 9.99 (Rs 700) in the United States. Spotify is offering a wide array of flexible subscription options, including a yearly plan that costs Rs 1,189. If you don't want a recurring subscription, a top-up can be availed and it costs Rs 13 per day and can go up till Rs 719 for six months. The platform has also integrated local payment options like UPI and PayTM, in addition to debit and credit cards. © Reuters In comparison, Apple Music costs Rs 120 per month, JioSaavn is free for Jio users (limited period), and Google Play Music charges Rs 99 per month. Amazon Music comes bundled with Prime and costs Rs 1,000 per year (includes Prime Video). While the platform is popular for its music collection and suggestive algorithm, it'll require a ton of local content to succeed in India. And Spotify says plans to solve this in a mutual way. "India has an incredibly rich music culture, and to best serve this market, we're launching a custom-built experience. Not only will Spotify bring Indian artists to the world, we will also bring the world's music to fans across India,” said Daniel Ek, Spotify's Founder and CEO.
  5. The Samsung Galaxy S10E was announced two days ago in San Francisco and its time for the smartphone to debut in India. The South Korean giant has opened pre-bookings of the Galaxy S smartphones on its official website and if you want to know more about the smartphone, you can read all about it here. The Galaxy S10/S10+ and S10E will be available to purchase in India from 8th March 2019 on and customers can already pre-book the smartphone on the official Samsung website. The higher memory variants on Galaxy S10+ will be available in the ceramic finish. Galaxy S10+ will be available in 1 TB, 512GB and 128 GB storage variants and will be priced at INR 1,17,900, INR 91,900 and INR 73,900 respectively. The 1TB and the 512GB variant will come in the ceramic white and black colours. The 128GB will be available in prism black, white and blue colours. The 1 TB and 512 GB variants are being offered in luxurious, ceramic white and ceramic black colours respectively, while the 128 GB variant will come in premium prism black, prism white and prism blue colours. The 512GB variant of Galaxy S10 will be priced at INR 84,900 and will be available in prism white colour, whereas the 128 GB variant will be offered for INR 66,900 in prism black, prism white and prism blue colours. Further, Galaxy S10e comes with only 128 GB storage variant in prism black and prism white colours. It will be priced at INR 55,900. Consumers who pre-order the Galaxy S10 can also purchase either the Galaxy Watch For Rs 9,999 or the Galaxy Buds for Rs 2,999. Galaxy Watch currently retails at INR 29,990 and Galaxy Buds retails at INR 9,990. Just to wrap all the pricing, here are the different pricing brackets for the Galaxy S10/S10+ and S10E: Galaxy S10e (6GB RAM+128 GB Storage) - â¹55,900. Galaxy S10 (8GB RAM+128 GB Storage) Galaxy S10 â¹66,900 (8GB RAM+512GB Storage) - â¹84,900. Galaxy S10+ (8GB RAM+128 Storage) - â¹73,900, Galaxy S10+ (8GB RAM+512 Storage) - â¹91,900. Galaxy S10+ Ceramic (12GB RAM + 1TB Storage) - â¹1,17,900. Galaxy Buds - Rs 9,990
  6. Huawei has been teasing the Y9 launch for a few weeks and after a couple of delays, it has finally made it to India. The phone is among the first ones to be launched this year and with intensifying competition, Huawei wants to stay on the cutting edge. The Huawei Y9 is the latest addition to an elaborate line-up of smartphones from the Chinese giant, also the first Y-series smartphone to launch in India. The midrange Huawei phone has been official outside of India for a few months now and shall be exclusively available via Amazon in the country. © Huawei The main highlight of the phone is its design. The brand has brought down its P20 Pro's design language, and the Y9 has an eerily similar look. Even the rear camera setup is identical in position and the glass back gives it an uber-premium look. It features a 6.5-inch IPS LCD with Full HD+ resolution along with a tiny notch on the top. The display has a resolution of 2340 × 1080 pixels and an aspect ratio of 19:5:9. Powering the device is a Huawei octa-core Kirin 710 12nm processor coupled with ARM Mali-G51 MP4 GPU for graphics. © Huawei Huawei Y9 comes in two variants, the first one has 4GB RAM and 64GB storage while the second one has 6GB RAM and 128GB storage. But only the 64GB variant is coming to India. Both options are supporting expandable storage via a microSD card. The back of the phone sports a 16-megapixel primary camera with f/2.0 aperture and a 2-megapixel secondary lens with f/2.4 aperture. The front of the smartphone also has a dual camera system consisting of a 13+2-megapixel setup. For authentication, it has a fingerprint scanner on the back and also runs Face Unlock. © Huawei Like every Huawei phone, it runs on EMUI 9 on top of Android 9.0 Pie. Backing these internals is a 4000mAh battery that supports fast charging via a micro-USB port. The starting variant with 64GB internal storage is priced at Rs 15,999. The phone goes on sale starting from 15th January in Midnight Black, Blue Swarovski, and Aurora Purple colour on Amazon exclusively.
  7. Gaming is becoming a huge category in India for companies to launch peripherals that cater to gamers. With massive growth in mobile gaming in India, there's now a need for dependable headphones and earphones that cater to games like PUBG. HyperX has launched the Cloud Earbuds specifically for mobile gamers. © HyperX The earbuds offer a far better sound experience than a normal headphone/earphone you would normally use. The earbuds include a rubberized, tangle-free cable connection that features a 90-degree angled plug optimized for handheld mode. For added mobile convenience, the in-line mic can also be used for mobile calls and features convenient single button control for calls and streaming media. © HyperX The earbuds are compatible with most gadgets that have a 3.5mm jack (CTIA Standard connector). These earbuds are outfitted with Hi-Fi capable 14mm drivers that should result in clearer highs, mids and lows. If you want to know more details about the earbuds, here are the full specifications below. Specifications Headphone o Driver: Dynamic 14mm with neodymium magnets o Frequency response: 20Hz–20,000Hz o Impedance: 65 Ω o Sound pressure level: 116dBSPL/mW at 1kHz o T.H.D.: < 2% o Weight: 19g o Cable type and length: 4 pole, 1.2m In-Line Microphone o Element: Electret condenser microphone o Polar pattern: Omni-directional o Frequency response: 100Hz-6,300 Hz o Sensitivity: -42dBV (0dB=1V/Pa,1kHz) HyperX Cloud Earbuds is priced at Rs 5,990 (MRP) and is available in retail and e-tail stores with a two-year warranty.
  8. Now that PUBG Mobile has got the update for the new map, many users are impatiently waiting for the new 'Vikendi' Snow Map. The new update brought some new features such as reporting suspicious behaviour from spectator mode. However, the new map is generating a lot of excitement amongst users. © PUBG The Vikendi snow map is a 6x6km map that is smaller than Miramar and Erangel while being larger than Sanhok. Even though the update has been rolled out, the new map is not currently available to play for users. PUBG Mobile official Twitter account has now detailed information about Vikendi and its availability. © PUBG The new map will be available on PUBG Mobile from December 20 at 5:30 AM (IST); however, it will not be available for matchmaking straight away. The map will be available to users for matchmaking exactly 24 hours after its availability i.e. December 21 at 5:30 AM (IST). Cruise around in #Vikendi. Available on December 20th 00:00 UTC for download, and on 21st 00:00 UTC for matchmaking! https://t.co/0T7kURtAzz pic.twitter.com/VfNXI8Yfra — PUBG MOBILE (@PUBGMOBILE) December 18, 2018 © PUBG The new map will be available with all the classic features such as solo, squad and duo modes. There are even new vehicles such as a snowmobile that can be used to traverse Vikendi's environment. You can even see footprints/vehicle tracks of enemies on the snow for the purpose of tracking. This newly added feature of tracking is said to bring a breath of fresh air to the already popular battle royale game. Along with the map and vehicles, PUBG Mobile is also introducing a new weapon called the G36C Assault Rifle (AR). The new AR is going to replace the uber-popular weapon SCAR-L for the VIkendi map.
  9. In this fast-paced world of having cereal or just coffee for breakfast and grabbing lunch from Subway, we are missing out on a lot of goodness which good old vegetables have to offer. International dietary guidelines recommend consuming 5-6 servings of vegetables daily for good health, however, the majority is struggling to get even one. But don`t worry, we've got you covered with these easy to eat vegetables along with the benefits it provides, which will make you love eating vegetables again: 1. Tomatoes © Pixabay Scientifically a fruit and not a vegetable, tomatoes are rich in potassium and lycopene (a powerful antioxidant) which is considered good for prostate health. Lycopene absorption is enhanced even more when you cook tomatoes. Processed tomato products such as soups, ketchup have even more lycopene bioavailability than raw tomatoes. I'm not telling you to binge on ketchup and processed soups here but adding raw tomatoes in your daily diet isn`t a bad idea either. Tomatoes have 95% of water by weight which makes it a great food for the calorie conscious and helps in hydrating as well. 2. Potatoes © Pixabay I know this will raise many eyebrows but please calm down. Potatoes aren't the evil source that makes you gain fat. It`s the fries and deep fried chips you start associating them with, giving it a bad name. These products become harmful because of an excess amount of oil used for making high-fat sauces, the high amount of salt and the processing. However, having mashed/baked/roasted potatoes or making a sandwich using potatoes will only give you some good carbohydrates. Contrary to popular belief, potatoes have almost no fat or 0.1gm fat/100gm. Now, tell me how are they fattening? Potatoes are also a great source of Vitamin B6 and Potassium. In fact, they are one of the top sources of Potassium. It is recommended for an adult to take around 4000mg of Potassium a day. And 100gm of potato (1 large sized potato) provides approx 10% of it. Potassium works to balance Sodium which we consume in excess in the modern world. A potassium rich diet is also proven to lower blood pressure, hypertension and reduced risk of stroke. 3. Broccoli © Pixabay There`s a reason why broccoli is a highly valued vegetable in fitness, sports and bodybuilding circles. Broccoli or other cruciferous vegetables such as cauliflower, cabbage contain antioxidant and anticarcinogenic compounds. Glucosinolates present in broccoli are known to prevent certain types of cancers. Apart from that, broccoli contains high levels of flavonoids (beneficial for health) and indoles which also help to reduce higher level of estrogen in men. Also, the body can effectively absorb half of the calcium present in broccoli. This might interest many vegans out there. 4. Spinach © Pixabay There`s a reason why Popeye loved it. Also called as a superfood by many, spinach can be eaten raw, boiled or used in any dish. Let me give you some ideas– Palak Paneer, Mushroom Palak, Dal Palak, Palak Matar and Palak Aloo are some of the examples of dishes that can be made. Forget about taking a Vitamin A supplement ever if you consume spinach regularly in your diet. Apart from Vitamin A, spinach is also a rich source of Iron and Vitamin K1 (plant-based).Vitamin K helps in maintaining your bone health and prevents the stiffening of arteries. Adequate Vitamin K consumption also ensures that the calcium you are eating through diet or supplements (quite common) goes to the bones and not to blood vessels. Cooked spinach has 3-4 times more Vitamin K than its raw state. So, don't hesitate to try out the dishes I mentioned above. Some people propagate spinach to be a good source of calcium, however, science disagrees since only about 5% of the calcium available in spinach is absorbed by the human body. Reference:- https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4103733/ https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23175779 Daman Singh is an internationally certified sports Nutritionist and an athlete competes in Strongman and powerlifting without the aid of Anabolics .He also runs a YouTube channel named :- SIKHSPACK and you can follow him on Instagram and trains Drug free population .
  10. Last month, Samsung launched the Galaxy A7 in India and it brought in a triple rear camera setup to the midrange. Not only can it click portrait pictures, but it also sports a wide angle lens for ultrawide pictures. The phone was placed in the midrange segment, which has been extremely aggressively lately. Now, the company is back with the launch of the Galaxy A9. This phone brings in four camera sensors on the back, has a glass-metal build, and Samsung's flagship display. The phone was launched last month internationally and has finally made its way to India. © Samsung To start with, it has a 6.3-inch Full HD+ Super AMOLED Infinity display with a resolution of 1080×2220 pixels. This gives it an aspect ratio of 18.5:9 and a pixel density of about 392ppi. Powering the phone is a Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 chipset paired with Adreno 512 GPU and 6GB RAM in the base variant. The second option has 8GB RAM while the internal storage remains the same for the two at 128GB. It also has expandable memory support via a microSD card. © Samsung Coming to the optics, the four rear sensors are: a 24-megapixel lens with f/1.7 aperture, a 10-megapixel telephoto lens with f/2.4 aperture and 2X optical zoom, an 8-megapixel 120-degree ultra wide lens with f/2.4 aperture and finally a 5-megapixel depth sensor with f/2.2 aperture. Similar to the A7 design, the four lenses are housed in a vertical casing, but the fingerprint scanner is located on the back. The front has a 24-megapixel selfie shooter that supports facial recognition. Obviously, the phone ships with Bixby and Samsung Pay out of the box runs Android Oreo 8.0 with Samsung's own “Samsung Experience” UI running atop. © Samsung Backing these internals is a 3800mAh battery that charges via a USB-C port. The company has incorporated adaptive charging that charges the phone slightly faster. The phone will be competing against the recently launched OnePlus 6T that has been leading this price segment. The phone will be available exclusively online via Flipkart starting 28th November. The 6GB variant costs Rs 36,990 while the 8GB variant is priced at Rs 39,990
  11. HMD Global - the licensed partner who is responsible for selling Nokia branded phones worldwide, has launched the Nokia 6.1 Plus today in India. The phone was launched in China a few months back and was called the Nokia X6, it is also the first Nokia branded phone to sport a notch. This year we've seen companies launch new midrange devices every few months, each trying to outsmart the other in some way. The midrange segment has never been this competitive and companies are always on the lookout for something unique. © HMD Global This year, Xiaomi's Redmi Note 5 Pro and the Mi A2 have been blockbuster hits and every other maker is trying to catch up. This competitive environment means users have more choices to choose from in terms of both, price and functionality. The Nokia 6.1 Plus sports a 5.8-inch LCD display with a resolution of 1080 x 2280 pixels and an aspect ratio of 19:9. The phone runs on Qualcomm's octa-core Snapdragon 636 processor along with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage. Like almost every other midrange phone out there, it has a microSD card slot for expandable storage in a Hybrid SIM setup. © HMD Global The phone runs on stock Android, and ships out of the box with Android 8.1 Oreo. In line with all Nokia branded phones, the 6.1 Plus is also a part of Google's Android One program. The stock experience also means the phone will receive software and security updates a lot faster than competing phones. The phone houses a dual camera setup on the rear consisting of a 16 + 5-megapixel configuration along with an LED flash. The setup supports 4K video recording, portrait mode, and intelligent scene recognition. The front of the phone houses a 16-megapixel shooter that also supports portrait mode and Face Unlock. © HMD Global The phone has a fingerprint scanner on the back and the Nokia branding on the front chin. The phone runs on a 3060mAh battery that supports Quick Charge 3.0 via a USB Type-C port. The phone is priced at Rs 15,999 (64GB) and will be sold exclusively via Flipkart and Nokia Online Store starting August 30.
  12. Fortnite is a massively famous online multiplayer game that is finally making its way to Android devices. It is free to play and has attracted millions of players thanks to its competitive Battle Royale mode. Fortnite first came to iOS in April after its initial release on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, and Mac in the summer of 2017. Epic Games CEO Tim Sweeney took over the stage at the launch of Samsung's latest flagship smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy Note9 to confirm the launch of Fortnite for Android. © BCCL It was earlier rumoured that the game will launch as a Note9 exclusive in the beginning, but in fact the game has been launched for previous flagships as well, including the Galaxy S9 and S9+, the Galaxy Note 8, Galaxy S8 and S8+, Galaxy S7 and the S7 Edge and even last year's Tab S3. Using any of these devices, you can download the game via Samsung's Game Launcher app or head over to Epic Games' Fortnite installer. Interested owners of these smartphones can start playing the Beta version of the game starting today. © Epic Games All these Samsung users also get an exclusive Fortnite Galaxy skin to help them stand apart in the game. Don't Have Any Of These Samsung Flagships? There's nothing to worry about. The Beta has only come 'first' to Samsung devices, Epic Games' has confirmed that the Beta will be made available to other devices in the coming days. Unlike other Android games, Fortnite will not be available on the Google Play Store and users will have to go to the official website of Epic Games' Fortnite to download the installer. The developer has already announced the next batch of devices that will support the Beta variant, you can head over to the FAQ page to know more. © Epic Games The mobile version of the game comes with a host of advanced features like voice chat, battery saver mode, customizable HUD, and the same Fortnite experience. The game enterprise has been massively successful thanks to the free to play model. Because of Fortnite's success, SuperData estimates that games featuring a battle royale mode will earn 12% of all gaming revenue in 2018. Read Also: Top 5 Tips and Tricks to master Fortnite
  13. Punjab Caretaker Minister for Information, Culture, Forests and Fisheries Ahmed Waqas Riaz detailed on Wednesday regarding the facilities available to the former prime minister Nawaz Sharif inside the prison. Photo: filePunjab Caretaker Minister...
  14. Version 4.1.19 is now available in the client area! This release focuses on bug fixes and performance along with some new key features. Ability for members to lock and unlock their own content We've added a new group level option to allow members to lock and unlock their own content. This is disabled by default. Messenger Quota Display To help diagnose issues your members may find, we now display their personal message quota in the ACP. Default view for Activity Stream When creating a new activity stream, you can specify either expanded or condensed as the default view. This is especially handy for streams you wish to share with other members. Other key changes include: Performance and speed improvements. A new moderator setting to restrict users from ignoring moderators. A new group setting to hide a group from filters in search. When moving content moderators are now prompted for where you want to be redirected after the action. An email is now sent when an account is locked for too many bad login attempts. Check out the Release Notes for a full list of changes. View the full article
  15. Version 4.1.18 is now available in the client area! Two large changes include Two Factor Authentication: And changes to make Google less jumpy about password inputs: Some smaller changes include: Pinterest share link has been added Images embedded in the editor can now have an alternative title set for accessibility The Approval Queue page now has a "Hide" button to hide content (rather than only being able to approve / delete) Disabling Profile Photo uploads will now also disable importing from a URL The Admin CP will now indicate whether or not a member is connected to a social network The Admin CP will now display more information for a user who has been banned imgur embedded is now supported Check out the Release Notes for a full list of changes. View the full article
  16. Version 4.1.17 is now available! You can upgrade by downloading in the client area or just click upgrade in your AdminCP. View the full article
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    Ips News 4.1.16 Now Available

    Version 4.1.16 is now available to all clients. This release contains fixes, performance updates, and many new features. Check out what's new: You can also read the Release Notes for the technical details. Enjoy 4.1.16! View the full article
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    Ips News 4.1.16 Beta Available

    Our own site on invisionpower.com is now running version 4.1.16 with all the new features. Have a look around and see what you think! My personal favorite is being able to press cmd/ctrl+enter to submit a reply. It is a small change but sometimes small changes make all the difference. We have also released a beta for any clients who are interested in using the latest release before it is officially available. The alpha and beta forum has more information (clients only) if you want to learn more about using beta releases. View the full article
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