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  1. Arguably one of the most successful off-spinners India has ever produced, Harbhajan Singh appears to be ageing like fine wine. At the age of 40, Bhajji might no longer be in fray for Team India selection, but there is little doubt over his importance in the Chennai Super Kings (CSK) camp in the Indian Premier League (IPL) over the years. But, at a time when his Chennai teammates are busy sweating it out in training sessions ahead of the thirteenth edition of the IPL in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), the right-arm spinner is back home with his family, killing his time on social media. Following in the footsteps of Suresh Raina, the Indian cricketer had recently withdrawn from the IPL 2020 season due to personal reasons. Modern thali with space for phone orders urs pic.twitter.com/jRfW7REH9M — Harbhajan Turbanator (@harbhajan_singh) September 10, 2020 Though he didn't join the Chennai camp in Dubai, Bhajji continues to keep the fans entertained through his social media activity. More recently, the star bowler shared a hilarious post on Twitter where he introduced the concept of a 'modern thali'. Sharing a hilarious photo on Twitter, Harbhajan wrote: "Modern thali with space for phone, order urs". A typical 'thali' is a meal, full of a variety of dishes, that is served in Indian households and restaurants. But, its meaning is derived from the utensil, a thali also known as a plate, that is used to serve the meal. There are different spaces made available on the 'thali' to serve several food items. But, as Harbhajan pointed out in the tweet, its evolved version might come equipped with a space for keeping mobile phones. This is the best innovative solution for a real problem of current world. — Dr.Deepa Sharma (@deepadoc) September 10, 2020Hahahahahahaahahahah hahahahahahahahahhahahahahahahahshhahshahaha🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 bc kya tweeet hai🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 epic legendary — अनन्या (@Ananyaa__18) September 10, 2020Bhajji sir the meme is very funny sir. I can't stop laughing sir. When you retire, please become a meme creator sir — Thani Oruvan (@thani_oruvan_) September 10, 2020This is funny as well as saddening... Respect your food and have it with dedication — SHAYAN GHOSH (@imShayanGhosh15) September 10, 2020Bhajji Bhai! Aisa hi raha to phone IP68 ke saath India Masala, sambhar, dal resistance bhi ayenge — Thoughtfull (@82Vikram) September 10, 2020Space for phone, but the dahl is in another bowl lol — Ghost Singh (@GhostSingh7) September 10, 2020Chawal replaced with phone, daal bhi dal hi lo paaji — Ravi Varujana (@RaviVarujana) September 10, 2020Charger kidhar rakhne ka re baba !!! — Gaurav Patil (@gauravpatil2000) September 10, 2020While there was a laugh riot on social media, things got pretty serious for Harbhajan recently as he filed a police complaint against a Chennai-based businessman. According to a TOI report, the off-spinner has been duped of Rs 4 crore by a businessman named G Mahesh. Despite his efforts to reclaim the funds, Bhajji couldn't get the money back from Mahesh which, in turn, has forced him to take legal action against him. View the full article
  2. If you’ve ever wondered how far we’ve come when it comes to mobile phones, we would like to take you back to 1973. It was the time when Motorola showcased the first mobile phone of the world that weighed 2 Kilograms and was bigger than any phone we’ve used in recent memory. While this phone was still a prototype, it was used to demonstrate cellular technology almost 47 years ago. © Wikipedia Commons Due to the development of large-scale integration (LSI) technology and metal-oxide semiconductors; it led to the development of the world’s first affordable mobile communications device. While the first commercially available mobile phone didn’t arrive before 1984; the first-ever mobile device was shown by Martin Cooper of Motorola almost eleven years before. The company later released the world’s first commercially available handled cellular phone called the Motorola DynaTac 8000x. It was a more refined version of the prototype that weighed considerably less and was a bit smaller as well. The refined version weighed around 790 g which is still quite heavy and unwieldy by today’s standard. © Wikipedia Commons To put things into perspective, the Motorola DynaTAC 8000x is still considerably large when compared to phones today. The phone was also quite expensive as it retailed for $3,995 ($9,831 in today’s money) at the time and was not considered a mass-market item in 1983. The phone was powered by a lithium-ion battery, something we still use today in our smartphones. The phone was also used to place the first commercial wireless call as David D. Meilahn called Bob Barnett, former president of Ameritech Mobile Communications from his 1983 Mercedes-Benz 380SL. © Motorola Legacy Archives While we may consider the phone to be extremely bulky today and quite unwieldy; the phone was considered to be revolutionary at the time. Mobile telephones were limited to cars or heavy briefcases at the time and the Motorola DynaTAC 8000x was the first true wireless handheld mobile phone. The phone also did not need any assistance from a mobile operator and users could directly call people if they knew the number. The phone was extremely popular as well and Motorola couldn’t make them fast enough to meet the demand. The phone wasn’t really made for teenagers and somewhat became a necessity for business owners that led to this phone’s success. © Motorola Legacy Archives The DynaTAC series phones are all but obsolete today as it used analogue networks or AMPS which are not used by network providers. The phone has now become more of a collector’s item for enthusiasts. What do you think about the Motorola DynaTAC 8000x and would you be able to use it today? Let us know in the comment what you think about the godfather of every mobile phone that followed. View the full article
  3. My favourite console this generation is the Nintendo Switch simply because I can use it anywhere I want with the physical controller that gets attached to its side. Razer launched a new gamepad for mobiles that is heavily influenced by the Nintendo Switch's Joy-Cons and is essentially the perfect accessory for mobile gamers. © Razer The Razer Kishi follows a periscope and joy-con inspired design that works with almost every Android phone. The controller plugs into the USB-C port of the phone which means one does not have to deal with input lag over Bluetooth. It eliminates every frustration we have come to associate with lacklustre Bluetooth controllers and just works like a gamepad is supposed to. Smartphone gaming is still very much popular in India with millions of gamers playing all kinds of titles. From battle Royale to casual games; India has been at the forefront of mobile gaming for the past few years. The Razer Kishi can be used for different types of gaming -- for example, cloud gaming is going to be the next big revolution in the industry that will make games accessible to an audience in India that don’t necessarily play on traditional gaming consoles. Reliance Jio is already talking about game streaming on their LTE and 5G networks and sooner or later game streaming will play a major role in India’s smartphone gaming industry. © Razer While services like xCloud, Stadia and GeForce Now are yet to launch in the country, the controller can be used for playing normal Android games and even emulate older games from previous generations. The Razer Kishi is probably the only smartphone gamepad that actually makes sense using since the design already works well for the Nintendo Switch. The Razer Kishi essentially turns any smartphone into a portable Xbox or a handheld gaming device. There have been other accessories out there that do something similar, but none of them are as refined as the Razer Kishi. © Xbox Razer The Razer Kishi comes with two analog sticks, four face buttons, a directional pad, and the shoulder buttons i.e. L1/L2, R1/R2. It basically replicates the Xbox and PlayStation controller in the most practical design we’ve ever seen. While the Kishi is only compatible with Android phones at the moment, support for iOS devices is on its way. The Razer Kishi retails for about $70 (Rs 5,240) and this accessory really needs to make its way to India sooner before knock-offs take over the market. We’ve already talked about how important game streaming could be for India and Razer Kishi needs to be a part of that journey. View the full article
  4. Govt orders PTA and IT ministry to come up with relevant SOPs and procedures to do so under specific circumstances
  5. Whether you are trying to kill time playing casual games or even role-playing games, sometimes you need a game that challenges your mind. Strategy games are a perfect way to keep you stimulated especially if you have a lot of time on your hand. They let you command your own army to take over the world and dominate your enemies with tactics they cannot anticipate. Here are some of the best strategy games you can play on your phone right now: 1. Civilization 6 (iOS) © ASPYR Exclusive to the iOS mobile platform, Civilisation 6 is the best strategy game even on PC and consoles. It follows a historical path where you have to guide your nation from the stone age all the way to the modern era. You will face against other civilisations that are eyeing your resources, city and military. 2. Rebel Inc. © Ndemic Creations If you have heard about Plague Inc, this is the spiritual successor to that game by the same developer. You have to make sure you keep your military safe from insurgency and make sure the subjects of your kingdom are happy. You have to devote resources for building both the military and your kingdom with the right balance. For example, if you invest too much into your kingdom, you will face rampant inflation and corruption. If you invest in infrastructure too fast while leaving your military weak, your kingdom will be more prone to attacks from enemies. 3. Pocket City © Pocket City If you have ever played Sim City in your life, you'll see that Pocket City is a smaller version of the simulator we all love from our childhood. You are the mayor of your city and need to build buildings, public parks, lay down roads and always moderate tax income. The game also has a progression system where you will be able to unlock more infrastructure, buildings and upgrades. Your main goal here is to keep the city growing and keeping it manageable at the same time. 4. Rome: Total War © Youtube/Total War The Total War series is already popular on PC, however, the mobile-friendly version of the game is also worth your time. You need to guide the city of Rome from its founding days to the time when it was once a great Empire. You will have to juggle with politics, development, war, economics and diplomacy. You can potentially spend hours in the game and never get bored as the game is capable of throwing a wrench at you out of nowhere. 5. Final Fantasy Tactics: War of the Lions © Square-Enix If you are into turn-based strategy games that also as a good story, you should check out Final Fantasy Tactics: War of the Lions. It is available on all platforms that brings RPG elements to strategy games. As the name suggests, you will need to use many tactics to defeat your enemies in the same and has a very similar plot as Game of Thrones. View the full article
  6. Coming in hot with the latest âVarenga in Springâ update, PUBG MOBILE Lite has seen an upsurge in players roaming across the newly redesigned Varenga map, complete with bonuses to score and all kinds of features to unlock. But before that, we need to figure out how to dominate the competition. Like any Battle Royale, it all starts with where you drop. Laced with thick foliage, the mapâs grass terrain is perfect for close combat and assault ambush gameplay. With 60 players battling it out in a rapidly shrinking safe zone, it's safe to assume that your matches are going to be high-risk-high-reward. Youâll need to play fast and play smart to earn a Chicken Dinner here. For starters, itâs of critical importance to load up on the right type of weapons as soon as you parachute. So where are you most likely to find high value loot in Varenga? Read on to find out. Stadium © Tencent Games One of the most popular loot spots in Veranga, this massive, square-shaped building attracts a lot of hot-droppers since it is located right in the middle of the map. It offers a good range of guns, health kits and consumables. One usually finds this place full of ARs, SMGs, and sniper rifles such as the deadly Kar98. You can also expect to stumble upon enhancements such as suppressors and high-grade scopes such as the 6x at the Stadium. The central positioning of the stadium almost always puts it within landing distance of an airdrop. No wonder this place turns into a mini-war zone with rogue players turning up to take down looters. Just make sure that youâre not too exposed while scouring this area for goodies. Pilot Plaza © Tencent Games The pilot plaza is one of the largest areas in Varenga. With three huge buildings on its premises, it is probably the most popular spot on this map after the Stadium. The fastest way to load up here is to grab a gun by landing on the rooftop and then swiftly move from building to building to avoid detection. The risk factor in this location is very high since it offers the most consistent amount of high quality, military-grade equipment. With the dense amount of available loot, one can quickly load up with level 3 gear and body armour, plentiful scopes and attachments, medical items and assault rifles. Factory © Tencent Games Located on the West side of the map, the factory is a singular, unusual power plant structure with some outhouses around it. The very top floor often has sniper equipment and level 3 gear too, making it a top choice for all you marksmen out there. While the loot available here is great, it may normally suffice for one or two players only. One usually finds this place strewn with popular ARs such as the M416, AKM, or the M762 too. A rooftop landing is most recommended for this spot as it gives you a good chance to spot an enemy. You may grab the first-mover's advantage to take down an opponent who may be busy hunting for the perfect loot at any of the lower levels of the building. Warehouse © Tencent Games Located on the eastern side of the map, this is another excellent spot to loot. Comprising of a single large warehouse peppered with three big sheds on the side, this place is usually rich in quantity as well as the quality of guns. From shotguns and SMGs, to ARs and marksman/sniper rifles, one can pick up a powerful combination of weapons at the warehouse. It also offers a lot of attachments, accessories and enhancements. Dotted around with houses nearby, it is a great option to start a match from. However, one needs to be wary of enemies swooping in from any corner, so watch your back. View the full article
  7. The mobile fair is one of the biggest events worldwide to be cancelled so far owing to the virus that has killed more than 1,100 people to date
  8. The report rejects fears that radio waves from mobile phones pose health risks for human beings
  9. Last year, EA (Electronic Arts) announced that it'll bring its popular battle royale Apex Legends title to mobile phones to compete with the likes of PUBG Mobile, Fortnite, and others. We were super excited to play it on our mobile phones, but sadly EA decided to remain tight-lipped about it. Well, almost a year after the announcement, EA continues to say that the mobile port is still in the works. During its latest conference call, EA confirmed that it has found a partner in China to help them with the game. There was a lot of hype surrounding the game's arrival on mobile phones. Now the latest reports have sparked a new interest as EA appears to be taking things forward rapidly. We still don't have a release date, though. So, take it for what it's worth. A lot of you might be wondering if it's too late for the game to grace the mobile world now. After all, games like PUBG Mobile and Call Of Duty Mobile have done their part to saturate the industry. Well, not really. © Respawn If anything, we think it's probably the best time for the game to arrive on mobile phones. Although a lot of people are still busy killing time on PUBG Mobile and Call Of Duty Mobile, we think a new game like Apex Legends can bring the much-needed change. It's always good to see new games making their way to mobile phones, especially now when we have some great gaming phones out there to handle them. Also, the hype around online multiplayer titles like Apex Legends, PUBG Mobile, and Fortnite never fades away. There's always something new to look forward to like new seasons, new cosmetic upgrades, new map and more. And in the case of Apex Legends, it's the new Legends that keep this game fresh. Revenant was once the greatest hitman the Syndicate ever had. But when his programming failed, he saw what Hammond Robotics had turned him into. Hammond Robotics' return to the Outlands has renewed his thirst for vengeance, and he wonât stop until theyâre all dead. pic.twitter.com/bYnudFf5C4 â Apex Legends (@PlayApex) January 30, 2020 The folks over at Respawn are releasing a new season of the game on February 4 which will add a new Legend called Revenant. Revenant arguably looks like one of the most interesting in-game characters we've seen in a while, so we think it's going to breath a new life into the game. We'll obviously be playing the new season of Apex Legends and tell you more about this new Legends. But let's just hope the game comes to mobile phones too, so that more players get to enjoy it. Source: PC Gamer View the full article
  10. Razer is known for bringing some of the best products at CES (Consumer Electronics Show) every year. Some of their prototype devices like crazy triple-screen laptops have stolen the show previously. So, we were super excited to see what the company brings to the table this year. Since mobile gaming has become so popular in 2019 and it's only expected to grow even more in 2020, it looks like Razer decided to do something for the mobile gaming community. They showcased something called the Razer Kishi gamepad, which is one of the best gamepad we've ever seen for mobile phones. Here, check it out - One of the best things about the controller is that it connects to the phone directly via the charging ports instead of a Bluetooth connection. It's perfect for low-latency gaming, something which is very crucial for competitive gaming. And since the gamepad uses the port, Razer has included a passthrough charging at the bottom right side. That way, you won't have to worry about running out of battery while hitting your targets. This is unique to this gamepad and not a lot of controllers offer that. © Razer Kishi also comes with a "universal fit", thanks to its gamevice belt on the back. With the help of that, it can fit in both small and XL-sized phones very easily. So, let's just say that any new phone with a USB-Type C or a lightning port will work with the Kishi controller. As for the buttons, the controller has the standard shoulder buttons, one D-Pad and four regular buttons basic controls. It's perfect for both current mobile games as well as cloud gaming. Cloud gaming, for those of you who don't know, is said to be on the rise and it looks like we'll soon be able to play our standard console games on our mobile phones. © YouTube/ Engadget So, imagine racing in Forza Horizon 4 or taking down enemies in Gears 5. Yes, it's going to be awesome. We didn't get a chance to play with the controller just yet, but we just can't wait to get our hands on it and play the games. Unlike Razer's laptops and phones, most peripherals make their way to India, so we think the new Kishi controller will also be available soon in the country. We're not sure about the pricing yet, but it should be priced at around $100, which is roughly around Rs. 7,000. View the full article
  11. The Huawei P30 Lite 2020 is coming soon in Pakistan. Huawei P30 Lite 2020 expected retail price in Pakistan will be approximately Rs. 62,999. Below you will find the special features and specifications associated with the Huawei P30 Lite 2020. Huawei P30 Lite 2020 FeaturesHuawei P30 Lite 2020 SpecificationsOperating SystemAndroid v9.0 (Pie)Display6.5 inches (16.51 cm) bezel-less display with waterdrop notchPerformanceHiSilicon Kirin 810 Octa core Processor6 GB RAM128 GB internal storage, expandable upto 256 GBCamera48 + 8 + 2 + 2 MP Quad Rear Cameras32 MP Front CameraConnectivityDual SIM: Nano + Nano (Hybrid) with VoLTE supportSIM1: Supports 4G, 3GSIM2: Supports 4G, 3GSpecial FeaturesRear Fingerprint SensorFace Unlock3.5 mm headphone jack presentThe Huawei P30 Lite 2020 price mentioned above may be different from actual rates in the market. Please visit your nearest mobile shops to verify the price of the Huawei P30 Lite 2020 in Pakistan.
  12. The Vivo V19 Pro is coming soon in Pakistan. Vivo V19 Pro expected retail price in Pakistan will be approximately Rs. 78,999. Below you will find the special features and specifications associated with the Vivo V19 Pro. Vivo V19 Pro FeaturesVivo V19 Pro SpecificationsOperating SystemAndroid v9.0 (Pie)Display6.5 inches (16.51 cm) bezel-less displayCorning Gorilla Glass ProtectionPerformanceQualcomm Snapdragon 730G Octa core Processor8 GB RAM128 GB internal storage, Non-Expandable MemoryCamera64 + 8 + 2 + 2 MP Quad Rear Cameras32 + 8 MP Dual Front CamerasBattery4500 mAh battery with Fast ChargingConnectivityDual SIM: Nano + Nano with VoLTE supportSIM1: Supports 4G, 3GSIM2: Supports 4G, 3GSpecial FeaturesOn-screen Fingerprint Sensor3.5 mm headphone jack presentThe Vivo V19 Pro price mentioned above may be different from actual rates in the market. Please visit your nearest mobile shops to verify the price of the Vivo V19 Pro in Pakistan.
  13. The Samsung Galaxy S11 Plus is coming soon in Pakistan. Samsung Galaxy S11 Plus expected retail price in Pakistan will be approximately Rs. 184,999. Below you will find the special features and specifications associated with the Samsung Galaxy S11 Plus. Samsung Galaxy S11 Plus FeaturesSamsung Galaxy S11 Plus SpecificationsOperating SystemAndroid v10 (Q)Display6.9 inches (17.53 cm) bezel-less display with punch-hole displayCorning Gorilla Glass ProtectionPerformanceSamsung Exynos 9 Octa 990 Octa core Processor8 GB RAM128 GB internal storage, Non-Expandable MemoryCamera108 + 13 + 8 + 2 MP Quad Rear Cameras10 MP Front CameraBattery5000 mAh battery with Fast ChargingWireless ChargingConnectivityDual SIM: Nano + Nano (Hybrid) with VoLTE supportSIM1: Supports 4G, 3GSIM2: Supports 4G, 3GSpecial FeaturesOn-screen Fingerprint SensorFace Unlock3.5 mm headphone jack presentThe Samsung Galaxy S11 Plus price mentioned above may be different from actual rates in the market. Please visit your nearest mobile shops to verify the price of the Samsung Galaxy S11 Plus in Pakistan.
  14. India offers some of the lowest tariff plans for data in the world and there's no doubt that mobile internet has taken off, thanks to these low prices. In fact, Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has also said that the consumption of data has increased in the country since 2018. © Reuters To put things into perspective, according to TRAI, Indian mobile users consumed around 46,404 million GB data last year. Data consumption by Indian mobile internet users was expected to increase in 2019 and as of September; the total data consumption stood at 54,917 million gigabytes - a growth rate of 36.36 percent since last year. "The volume of total wireless data usage increased from 828 million GB during the year 2014 to 46,404 million GB during the year 2018-19. The wireless data usage in the year 2019 is expected to surpass the previous year's usage by a significant margin as reflected by usage of 54,917 million GB till September 2019," TRAI said in a press release. © Reuters TRAI said that the increase in data consumption was possible because of a new TSP using Long Term Evolution (LTE)/4G technology and is expected to grow even more next year. The growth was also possible because of upgrading mobile networks from 2G to 4G in many parts of the country and access to affordable smartphones for consumers. TRAI also disclosed that the total number of mobile internet users which stands at 664.80 million as of the end of September 2019. View the full article
  15. When it comes to PUBG Mobile's eSports scene in India, "Team SouL" is probably the only name that comes to your mind. But recently, some of the old and popular names in the team left the group and joined a new eSports name. Three of Team SouL's old members Scout, Ronak and Owais left the old group to join one of the most popular names in the esports scene, Team Fnatic. Team Fnatic just entered the PUBG Mobile scene after the growing popularity of the title. Team Fnatic, for those of you who don't know, is an esports giant who already has some world renowned players across different games. Their PUBG Mobile Indian team includes five players - Tanmay "Scout" Singh, Paritosh Sharma, Harpreeth Singh "Ronak" Janjuha, and Mohammed Owais "Owais" Lakhani. View this post on InstagramWE DID IT! Our first championship in PUBG, in India, and we couldnt be prouder of the team. We are you Indian PUBG Mobile All Star Champions 2020. Incredible work by @ig_ronakop @paritosh_plays @scout_pubg @owais_op @ash__pubg @pratik_mehra28 @sangwan_pubg 2020 is our year, so much more to come from Fnatic in india! #ALWAYSFNATICA post shared by (@fnatic) The Indian Fnatic team recently took part in its first tournament in Hyderabad for a cash prize of Rs 20 Lakh. Called the PUBG Mobile All Stars 2019, the tournament witnessed 16 PUBG Mobile teams battle against each other. Team Fnatic had the top spot from the beginning, so it's safe to say that we're not surprised by the result. Overall, they managed to get two "Chicken Dinners" out of the 9 matches they played. They managed to get 46 kills in total and put up a score of 138 on the board. In the end, they walked home with Rs 20 lakh cash prize. The two runner up teams also won Rs 8 lakh and 5 lakh respectively. © Fnatic Instagram Team SouL's main man Naman Mathur aka MortaL isn't actively participating in esports games anymore. He announced that he's staying away from the esports scene to focus on streaming on YouTube and simply enjoying the game for what it is. We wish the new members of Fnatic all the best for all the future games coming their way. View the full article
  16. This 31st December not only marks the end of 2019, but also this decade. And what better time to look back and remember some of the ways in which mobile devices have changed our lives in the last 10 years. Mobile apps played a vital role in changing our lives in a way we couldn't have possibly imagined. If we talk about mobile games, you can say we were lucky enough to witness a revolution. Yes, I said revolution because mobile gaming didn't really pick up until this decade, when some powerful smartphones showed up. Mobile gaming is still very underrated, but there's no denying that this decade marked a major turning point. So yes, it's indeed the right time to look back at the games that truly redefined gaming and set a pace for what's to come in the future that'll put mobile devices at the forefront of gaming. Offline Games Online gaming on phones didn't really pick up until early 2018. Before that, we were all glued to our phones playing titles like Candy Crush Saga, Temple Run, and Subway Surfers. Yes, remember Subway Surfers? © App Annie Here's a fun fact about Subway Surfers - It's the most downloaded game of this decade. Yes, the folks at App Annie just confirmed it, and it's not all that surprising, to be honest. I remember playing Subway Surfers on my phone all the time and having a friendly banter with my friends about the high score. It was huge at one point and the same goes with Temple Run too. We're talking about games that made people step away from handheld consoles of the time and switch to smartphones to fill that gaming void. Gaming on-the-go was only a thing among people who could afford handheld consoles at that time. © Kiloo If devices like GameBoy and Nintendo 3DS defined mobile gaming last decade, then it's safe to say that they were replaced by smartphones. Candy Crush Saga released in 2012 and sent huge waves around the industry. It's still one of the most popular mobile games, even after eight years. That's definitely something for the makers to be proud of. It's also hard to not mention classic titles like Hill Climb Racing, My Talking Tom, and Fruit Ninja. If your phone was able to run these games without any issues, then you were the real MVP. Online Games © Supercell When you think about online gaming on mobile phones, the first few titles that come to mind include PUBG Mobile, Fortnite, etc. But that's not what truly defined online gaming on phones. It's games like Clash of Clans, Clash Royale and 8 Ball Pool that sparked the fire. Can you think of someone who's not played these games? Probably not. Then Pokemon Go entered the scene mid-way through the decade and disrupted the whole industry. I've said this in the past and I'll say it again, but Pokemon Go wasn't the first in just the AR space, but also the first one to make people obsess over a game in a way only a handful of titles in the past have been able to do. © Niantic Pokemon Go literally made people step out of their homes, meet new people in real life and have a healthy competition. The community was so strong and committed that it was simply hard to ignore it. I am very positive that you'll still find people who're very committed to catching new Pokemons every day. Battle Royale Yes, PUBG Mobile is the first name that comes to mind when you hear the word Battle Royale. Well, that's because it was the first to popularize the genre on not just mobile phones, but also on PC. The popularity just happened to skyrocket on phones because it was a free-to-play game. © Tencent PUBG Mobile is probably the only game of the decade that raised gaming addiction concerns. There were numerous reports of people losing lives because of the game, which is quite insane if you think about it. But at the same time, the game also made people aware about gaming addiction, which is a glaring issue today. PUBG Mobile is also one of the first mobile games that made Indians take esports seriously, in a way which not many games have managed to do. One of the world's most popular PUBG Mobile players/streamers spoke to us in detail about his journey and you can read all about it right here Well, those are the games that we think truly defined mobile gaming this decade. As far as the future is concerned, we're super excited to see where cloud gaming takes us because we believe it'll truly propel mobile phones to the forefront. Cloud gaming is particularly exciting because you'll be able to play even the most demanding AAA titles on your phone, which is simply mind blowing. View the full article
  17. Anand Mahindra took to his Twitter and shared a picture of a shayari (couplet) to explain the importance of mobile phones in everyone's life today. However, he committed one mistake thinking that the couplet was actually written by Gulzar. Turns out, Gulzar didn't write it and the internet pointed it out soon after Anand Mahindra shared it. He shared an image that said, "Khud se zyada sambhal kar rakhta hoon mobile apna, kyunki rishtey saare ab isi mein kaid hain (I care more about my phone than myself because all my relationships are trapped in it).” Thank you Gulzarji, for giving me the logic for remaining wedded to my device! ððð½. (Even if this was a tongue-in-cheek comment, it's true that mobiles help us stay connected!) pic.twitter.com/P3NTrQ0Z16 — anand mahindra (@anandmahindra) December 9, 2019 He also wrote a caption saying, "Thank you Gulzarji, for giving me the logic for remaining wedded to my device!” Now, this isn't a line by Gulzar and netizens have flooded Mahindra's post soon after it was shared online. Here's what they have to say: This one is already listed in #NotByGulzar database #NBG @ThePuccaCritic https://t.co/7LxSrAkCg8 pic.twitter.com/XE4IluUCeY — Pavan Jha (@p1j) December 9, 2019 @anandmahindra -Incorrect credit and interpretation too . The quote is a sarcasm and not endorsement of the utility of mobile phones. — Rahul Ekbote (@rahul_ekbote) December 9, 2019 It's so true [not sure if he actually said it though :) ] — Rohit (@RohitMishraa) December 9, 2019 Are you sure that these lines are from Gulzar saab?? Seems has his name on credits only. — Vjdorby (@Aazaad_Hind1857) December 9, 2019 A very beautiful quote @anandmahindra sir. But just want to point out that I couldn't find any reference of Gulzar sahab making this shayari, so unsure of its verification. Sometimes people make a quote with popular figure's name and their picture and people tend to believe it. — the_millennial (@kunal_kaklij) December 9, 2019 Gulzar may not have written these lines. #WhatsappUniversity — Prithvi (@The_BeardMan_) December 9, 2019 Gulzar has penned the lyrics for a lot of Bollywood films such as Parichay, Mausam, Aandhi, Masoom, Maachis, Slumdog Millionaire, Omkara, Jab Tak Hai Jaan and Raazi. He is one of the most celebrated writers and lyricists of our nation. While Anand Mahindra committed a mistake by sharing the couplet but whoever wrote it, did write the truth. What do you think? Let us know in the comments below. View the full article
  18. PUBG Mobile has been a phenomenon ever since it launched for free for smartphones. In a rather major development, PUBG Corp. revealed today that the game has now hit 600 million downloads across the globe, making it one of biggest mobile games on the planet. 600 million players from all over the world have downloaded PUBG MOBILR! A special thank you to all our players for your ongoing love & support â¤ï¸we could not have done it without you! pic.twitter.com/uILCHekBN1 — PUBG MOBILE (@PUBGMOBILE) December 2, 2019 The game gained major popularity in India and other Asian countries due to the free-to-play model. As of last July 2018, the game had 400 million downloads and grown by 200 million downloads since then. PUBG mobile may not be the top downloaded game right now as that title is still being held by Pokemon Go with over 1 billion downloads. To put things into perspective, the PC version of the popular Battle Royale game had around 50 million players as of July 2018. © MensXP The game is likely to grow in download counts and player base as the game expands to more regions in the coming year. As of now, it is the third most downloaded smartphone game and it looks like it won't be slowing down anytime soon. PUBG Mobile has also announced its plans for 2020 by announcing an esports tournament that will have a total prize pool of $5 million. View the full article
  19. Photo: Reuters SHANGHAI: China on Sunday put into effect new regulations that require Chinese telecom carriers to scan the faces of users registering new mobile phone services, a move the government says is aimed at cracking down on fraud.The...
  20. India has billions of mobile phone users and all of us will be paying up to 40-percent more to make calls and use data from this month. And the price is not limited to one or two carriers but includes all the major players including Reliance Jio, Airtel and Vodafone. This particular price hike will increase the tariff prices for the first time since 2016. Vodafone and Airtel have been incurring losses for a long time now and they have a January end deadline to pay up thousands of crores in additional statutory dues. Jio, however, is stepping in, to help sustain the industry and has hence confirmed that it'll be increasing the prices too. The telecom industry in India is burdened with over Rs 7 lakh crore of debt and the world's lowest average revenue per user, as noted by the Economic Times. © Reuters Analysts have predicted that this would be the biggest price hike in India's telecom industry and we'll even have to start paying for voice calls which is now being given to us for free. Both Vodafone and Airtel will increase the rates for only prepaid customers starting December 3. There's no word about the prices and it remains to be seen as to what'll happen with the postpaid subscribers. Jio will increase its prices starting December 6. Vodafone Idea says the charges will be in line with our commitment to provide simple, convenient and affordable products. Airtel said the tariff increase will range from 50 paise a day to up to Rs 2.85 per day. Jio also noted that its new prices will be up to 40-percent higher, although it has promised to provide up to 300-percent more benefits. © Reuters We'll soon be curating a list of all the new tariff plans and the best ones to choose from. We doubt if the new prices will significantly the data usage for its subscribers, although you'll certainly be paying more than the current rates. Source: Economic Times View the full article
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  23. One of the biggest, unanswered question for years has been 'Whattis mobile number?' but looks like we finally have the answer, well actually, an answer. First, I'm just going to leave this here, just because - So, Ranveer Singh asked a simple question with a not so simple picture and it has even the police interested in it. "Whattis mobile number? Whattis your smile number? Whattis your style number? à¤à¤°à¥à¤ à¤à¥à¤¯à¤¾ dial number?" Whattis mobile number? Whattis your smile number? Whattis your style number? à¤à¤°à¥à¤ à¤à¥à¤¯à¤¾ dial number? pic.twitter.com/REfiqSTS95 — Ranveer Singh (@RanveerOfficial) November 6, 2019 Perfectly goes with the picture, for sure. We all know how quirky Ranveer actually is, his tweets won't be boring, of course, but just wait, it gets funnier. People had some hilarious replies to his question, like this - pic.twitter.com/qOZQKnE7bP — Vishal (@Aadha_CA) November 6, 2019 And, this - ð pic.twitter.com/9neXm7zDjF — Naina (@nainakehndi) November 6, 2019 I don't even know what this is - Dial anyone get cashbackð Dear Ranveer,#BSNL_dega_5pe6 â¤ï¸enjoy longer conversations with your dear ones and earn rewards of upto Rs 50 p/m â¤ï¸6 Paise for every call made of more than 5 Minute duration.Offer valid from 1st Nov 2019 to 31st Dec#SWITCH_TO_BSNL @deepikapadukone pic.twitter.com/8rTBZRIy5d — Naman (@Naman_BKN) November 7, 2019 But, the one that takes the cake came from a police department. Nagpur City Police has the perfect answer for Ranveer, and it's so funny, I think even the actor would be impressed. 100 â https://t.co/CENlaH0F6n — Nagpur City Police (@NagpurPolice) November 6, 2019 This picture probably sums up Ranveer's reaction to this tweet - © Twitter For the last few years, police departments of various cities have invested in something extremely important - a social media presence. Every now and then we get some of the best tweets we've seen from official Twitter accounts of police departments from all over India. I think, there's been like an unspoken competition among the cities, but I'm pretty sure Nagpur Police just defeated them with these three digits. I'm not the only one who's impressed. Nagpur police in full speedððð — Shailesh Malpande (@svmalpande) November 6, 2019 Give that person a raise! Nagpur city police rocks Atleast on Twitter Kudos to the man handling this — Akhandanand Tripathi / Kaleen Bhaiya (@godoftrolls1) November 6, 2019 What is this picture, but yep. Ranveer : pic.twitter.com/63ZF6cxAZr — Srikanth (@srikanthbjp_) November 6, 2019 Century. . 100 out of 100 marks for this! LOL! . . — One Of Four (@charlogdude) November 6, 2019 Get on it, bro. @RanveerOfficial डायल à¤à¤¿à¤¯à¤¾ à¤à¥à¤¯à¤¾?ð — Praveen Ghule (@GhulePraveen) November 6, 2019 Uhh. Nagpur police be like: pic.twitter.com/gnoPi6GfuK — Alok Hota (@AlokN_Hota) November 7, 2019 Oh, for sure. Nagpur police is lit 𥠗 Karansingh Rathour ð®ð³ (@alpha_ksr) November 6, 2019 View the full article
  24. Everybody wants to be good at mobile photography and Adobe is making it easier for everyone to take impressive pictures. The software company announced a mobile camera app that will be coming to iOS and Android devices soon. The final version of the app will launch in 2020, however, it is currently available as a preview. © Twitter Adobe has been bringing mobile versions of its popular desktop applications to mobile phones as the company already has a camera pp called Lightroom CC. However, the Photoshop Camera will work in a different way as Lightroom will use Adobe's artificial intelligence engine, Sensei. With the application, mobile photographers will be able to take and create stunning images and use Photoshop features powered by AI. The app will let users take an image, edit and export images from the app itself. There will also be preset filters and different editing options that will adapt according to the style of the image. The Photoshop Camera app will be able to automatically detect portraits, food, landscapes and other subjects. For example, users will be able to change a photo taken in the day as if it was taken at night. Similarly, in Landscape images, users will be able to change the lighting, colour and even replace entire skies. © Adobe To be fair, we've seen some of these features on smartphones where users can replace entire skies or recognise subjects using AI. What Photoshop Camera does is integrate all of these features into one single application. The standout feature is that the application will have creative “lenses” that adds animated and 3D objects to an image. We will be using the app soon to find out if it is any good or exceptional as a photography app. It could be a game-changer for many smartphone users or could just be a gimmick like any other third-party camera app. View the full article
  25. “Aaj khush toh bahut hoge tum, haiiin?” Sorry, we couldn't help but throw that dialogue at you (all with Big B's iconic intonations and voice modulations for that added feel), for all the happy details we have to share! As per the latest developments and a report by HT, it is being said that the Yogi Aditya government hasn't banned mobile phones in colleges and universities across Uttar Pradesh after all. Last evening, following an update from IANS, we had reported that the Directorate of Higher Education in Uttar Pradesh had issued a circular which stated that no student or teacher will be allowed to carry or use mobile phones inside college and university premises. © Twitter/Samachar However, another recent report from HT claims that the Deputy CM of Uttar Pradesh Dinesh Sharma has denied any such developments, and stated that no such order of ban has been issued by UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath or his government. “Yes, the students are expected to keep their phones on silent or switch off mode during classes so that teaching is not disturbed. That order already exists,” Sharma said. © Facebook Even the Director of Higher Education in UP Dr Vandana Sharma has denied that any such order has been passed by her office. “No order has been issued by my office till date to ban cellphones in universities and degree colleges,” she told HT. Whew! We are very happy for our UPwallah students because they will no longer have to suffer from any withdrawal symptoms now that it has been confirmed that no mobile phone ban exists in the first place.
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