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  1. Windows, in its current state, is not ideal for running Android apps. You often deal with a lot of tinkering to get them working. Well, if you're fed up with doing that, we suggest you just hang in there because things are about to change. Sources for Windows Central claim Windows 10X may have native Android support next year. This could be a huge change and we're super excited about it even though nothing is confirmed yet. It'll be a game-changing move. Right now, the only way you can use Android apps on Windows is through emulators and some other workarounds. Microsoft certainly knows that it's not ideal and it could make things a lot easier for people trying to do that. As mentioned in the article, I've also heard whispers that MS is once again looking into bringing Android apps to Windows next year. I'll share more when I can, but I find it interesting that this is still something they want to do. — Zac Bowden (@zacbowden) November 24, 2020 Microsoft's folding phone also supports all the Android apps and even the Samsung Galaxy phones have had access to a Windows-to-Android bridge called Your Phone. So it's very obvious that Microsoft is trying to iron out the kinks. If Microsoft wants to step up its game and compete with Apple then they'll have to figure out soon. Just recently, Apple made it a whole lot easier to use iOS apps on macOS with its new in-house M1 chip-powered devices. So things are already looking quite promising inside Apple's walled garden and now we're just waiting for Microsoft to do some meaningful work. © Reuters As of now, we don't know how Microsoft is planning on taking this forward but we're hopeful for an easier way to make Android apps work on Windows next year. View the full article
  2. Over the last couple of years, the only constant on the Indian roads (except traffic, of course!) has been the NEXA Baleno. This perfect premium hatchback has clawed its way to the top over the years and has emerged as a clear winner. One look at the Indian roads and you’ll notice that the premium and bold Baleno is almost everywhere. After all, NEXA just recorded a whopping 8 Lakhs of Baleno which is fastest in the industry & just in time for its 5th anniversary celebration. In fact, the brand has decided to ring in its successful 5th year with a bold celebration. Landmark Anniversary Marking this landmark moment in Baleno’s run on the Indian roads NEXA is celebrating the 5-year success-story in a bold new way. NEXA is calling out Baleno lovers to join in on the celebrations by sharing their bold and unique wishes for the 5th anniversary. Here’s the best part – the best entries will stand a chance to win some exciting prizes. All they have to do is drop in their wishes with a comment, picture, or video and use the #TheBoldWish. The only way you can win this one is by channeling your creative mode with a bold and unique wish. While you decide the best possible way to join in on these bold celebrations, here’s brief look at why we think the Baleno has had a successful run as the top-selling premium hatchback. Smart-Hybrid Technology Maruti Suzuki was one of the first brands to introduce the Smart Hybrid technology in the hatchback segment with NEXA Baleno. In fact, the 1.2 VVT and 1.2 Dual Jet BSVI compliant engines in Baleno were also a first in the hatchback segment. Smart technology and forward thinking shaped Baleno’s role as the market leader in the premium hatchback segment. Striking And Bold Design The Baleno has a striking exterior with, stylish Grille and Two-Tone Precision Cut Alloy Wheels. The interiors are crafted for a fine and luxurious look with exceptional materials and premium Black and Navy Blue SeatFabric. From its Liquid Flow Design and LED Projector Headlamps adding to the impressive exteriors to the state-of-the-art Smartplay Studio and TFT multi-information display and telescopic steering in the interiors – NEXA Baleno has always been a step ahead when it comes to comfort and premiumness. Always Safety First Driven by their focus on safety, NEXA added their Safety Shield which includes dual front airbags, ISOFIX child seat anchorages, ABS with EBD and pedestrian protection compliance. With its foray into the premium segment, Maruti Suzuki’s NEXA Baleno revamped the Indian roads and made them a tad safer. Today, the car is almost synonymous as a successful power player. Its bold steps in innovation and design, striking exteriors, premium interiors, and advanced technologies made the car a show stopper on the Indian roads. No wonder then that along with many prestigious accolades, the NEXA Baleno has successfully managed to garner a mammoth brand loyalty among its users. Who doesn’t love a virtual celebration! NEXA Baleno is sure to make the most of this landmark success. Participate in the contest and share your bold wishes with #TheBoldWish and win exciting prizes. Join the contest today! View the full article
  3. There have been rumours for a while that Apple is looking to make iPhones go completely portless and get rid of the lightning port. While this may come as a surprise, Apple has already been making a subtle move to go the portless route with future iPhones. © Twitter/Cnet Renowned Apple leaker Jon Prosser has suggested that Apple will launch an iPhone 13 model that will be completely portless and eventually all subsequent models will follow suit. The information comes from Prosser’s YouTube channel where he states in his latest video that Apple will do away with actual connectors for at least one model. Prosser did not clarify whether it will be the Pro model or the regular iPhone 13. Rumours like this are worth taking with a pinch of salt as it is too early for accurate predictions regarding the iPhone 13. ️ yep. One portless iPhone coming next year. Never USB-C. Eventually, they’ll all be portless. — Jon Prosser (@jon_prosser) May 13, 2020 Having said that, this is not the first time we’ve heard about a portless iPhone as previous rumours have suggested the same in the past year. Prosser also took this opportunity to put to bed any chance of an iPhone getting a USB-C port in the near future. Users have long anticipated for Apple to switch to a more universal and widespread connector, however it seems like Apple wants to get rid of the port altogether. © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla If you are wondering how Apple is gearing up for a portless iPhone, the Cupertino giant teased the idea of a portless iPhone when the company announced the MagSafe wireless charger. The wireless charger can magnetically attach to the back of the iPhone even through MagSafe accessories such as cases. While the wireless charging technique is no different from a regular Qi wireless charger, the ability for it to get attached to the phone is a game-changer. The new MagSafe chargers can also fast-charge the iPhone 12 series provided you are using a 20W adapter along with it. Apple is also bringing a wireless charger to charge the iPhone and accessories like the Apple Watch. While the new MagSafe charging ecosystem is great and seamless, it really isn’t as convenient as a wireless charger. For starters, all recent iPhones support 18W PD charging which is faster than any form of wireless charging and is more reliable. Sure, an attaching wireless charger is a game-changer in the wireless charging space, but it is still comparatively slow and at times awkward. View the full article
  4. Over the past week, we’ve been hearing of rumours that Samsung is going to discontinue the Galaxy Note series from next year and the reason is quite logical. Smartphones are getting bigger each year and with bigger screens, the differences between the Galaxy S and Note Series wasn’t that big apart from the stylus of S Pen. New leaks suggest that upcoming phones by Samsung i.e. the Galaxy S21 Ultra and the Galaxy Fold 3 will be getting the S-Pen and in return, Samsung will cancel the Note series. © unsplash The news comes from Korean business daily Aju News along with reports that Samsung intends to add support for the S-Pen to the aforementioned smartphones and will even come with their own slot. Since the S-Pen would be added to these phones, there really won’t be any need for another flagship by Samsung within the same year. It will be the end of an era for Note fans and Samsung as well since the phone first launched in 2011. It was the first device that popularised larger screens which have now become a common feature in smartphones across all OEMs. Even in our review of the Galaxy Fold 2, our main criticism was the lack of support for the S-Pen. Since the phone opens up and works very much like a small tablet, adding S-Pen support is not only relevant but crucial for operating the large screen. It seems like Samsung is looking to ditch the Note series in favour of foldable phones in the near future. There’s no word whether future foldable phones by the South Korean giant would carry the ‘Note’ nomenclature or the ‘Fold’ branding. © unsplash Regardless of the claims, Samsung adding S-Pen support to other smartphones will be a welcome move for the community as fans have been requesting this feature for other Samsung phones apart from the Note series for years. Samsung has reportedly developed a new generation of ‘Ultra-Thin Glass’ that will allow phones like the Fold 3 to recognise input from the S-Pen and also provide good scratch resistance. The under-display camera is also planned for the device for a more seamless experience. However, it will only be implemented if it doesn’t affect the display and camera quality. Samsung is rumoured to launch the Galaxy S21 series earlier than usual and we will have to wait till January 2021 to see how it pans out. Having said that, due to multiple reports suggesting the cancellation of the Note series, don’t hold your breath for a new Galaxy Note phone in 2021. View the full article
  5. The OnePlus 9 Pro is expected to launch earlier than its usual time next year which means we’re already starting to see leaks of the phone surface online. A new leak via @OnLeaks shows off what the upcoming phone can look like based on CAD renders. Along with the design of the phone, details about its camera and other specifications have also leaked which are both good and bad news. © Twitter_OnLeaks This time around, the OnePlus 9 Pro is expected to have a camera module similar to the OnePlus 8T. Instead of being centered, the camera module will be mounted on the left side. The camera module is expected to have four lenses according to leaks and will have metal rings around the two primary lenses. According to @OneLeaks, the phone is expected to have a 6.7-inch curved display panel and the back of the phone will be made of glass on top of a metal frame. The phone will have the OnePlus staple design ethos i.e. a power button, volume rocker and an alert slider. © Twitter_OnLeaks It’s worth pointing out that the design is based on a CAD render and could change before launch as the design has not been finalised yet. Having said that, OnLeaks added that while the vast majority of the design is set in stone,“ there’s still a good chance small changes could be made before the launch of the phone. 91Mobiles also detailed what the phone’s camera module might entail. OnePlus is expected to use a 48MP primary camera that will have a focal length of 6mm. The second primary lens is expected to be a 48MP ultra-wide sensor and a third sensor that has not been identified yet. © Twitter_OnLeaks Previous leaks from Geekbench’s website also hinted that the OnePlus 9 series will be powered by Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 875 chipset. The results were quite impressive from what we’ve seen so far, however it could be different at launch provided all the optimisations OnePlus might do before and after the launch of the phone. We will know more about the OnePlus 9 series closer to the launch when updated leaks will start to appear. Having said that, we advise taking this piece of information with a pinch of salt as it has not been confirmed by OnePlus yet. Source: @OnLeaks, 91Mobiles View the full article
  6. This year, BTS notched their first ever Number One hit single on the Billboard charts in the United States with ?Dynamite?, which is also among the eight tracks on the new album.
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  8. Not everyone can afford to party like Mr Jay Gatsby but every first-time host aims for the best. You see, Gatsby’s gala featured a whole town and everybody knew how to have fun without much interference from the man himself. But your experience can be very different, depending on how your gang adjusts to your house, food and booze. Your guest list should be like a winter cocktail: not too long, sweet and spicy with a touch of drama. You must focus on blending the funk of evergreen Meri Umar Ke Naujawanon with the madness of Chaar Bottle Vodka, effortlessly. What more can you do to throw a house party that’s as lit for you as it is for your friends? A lot. We’ll share the details. __ECOMLOOKS__2001__ __ECOMLOOKS__2002__ __ECOMLOOKS__2003__ __ECOMLOOKS__2004__ __ECOMLOOKS__2005__ __ECOMLOOKS__2006__ __ECOMLOOKS__2007__ __ECOMLOOKS__2008__ __ECOMLOOKS__2009__ __ECOMLOOKS__2010__ __ECOMLOOKS__2011__ __ECOMLOOKS__2012__ The BottomlineYour guests will remember the first and last 5 minutes of the party more clearly than the rest of the hours. So make them memorable. Drink in moderation until midnight and after that, you can go bonkers. But stay conscious enough to give a proper send off to all your guests. Don’t worry, you’ve got this. Explore More View the full article
  9. US President Donald Trump is having a hard time right now. While America and the rest of the world are in disbelief that Trump has actually managed to receive millions of votes, Trump is finding something else way too harder to believe. After months of demonizing mail-in ballots to his supporters, he's acting surprised that the mailed-in votes are not for him, but for Joe Biden. He's a slow cookie, we know that, but it's hilarious to see. © Reuters So, in order to try and stop more votes for Biden, he has been demanding that the remaining votes should not be counted. His meltdown over this is basically a car crash no one can look away from and it's really amusing to see him grasping at straws to claim the victory somehow. Because of the rage he's showing on Twitter currently, Greta Thunberg decided to ask him to chill out in the best possible way. © Reuters Back in December 2019, Donald Trump tweeted at the teenager, asking her to work on her 'anger management'. © Twitter Greta waited a year, but she found the perfect opportunity to troll Trump with his own words and it was a beautiful sight. So ridiculous. Donald must work on his Anger Management problem, then go to a good old fashioned movie with a friend! Chill Donald, Chill! https://t.co/4RNVBqRYBA — Greta Thunberg (@GretaThunberg) November 5, 2020 The hilarious reference was not lost on anyone and people love the young activist even more because of this. HOW IT STARTED / HOW ITS GOING #TrumpMeltdown pic.twitter.com/J8jpmCc2zo — Zain (@souvenirsexile) November 6, 2020 She really pulled an Uno reverse card. Revenge is a dish best served cold!#ElectionResults2020 #TrumpMeltdown @realDonaldTrump pic.twitter.com/Dn4ftGCP1v — Julia M (@fire_goddess) November 6, 2020 Queen of great timing! Greta is ice, she waited a full year to troll Trump, and her timing was epic! pic.twitter.com/SaOIV7O1rY — Jenni Lang (@lang_towers) November 5, 2020 Drag him! NOT GRETA DRAGGING DONALD TRUMP LIKE THAT #elections pic.twitter.com/nfI3OFvkeV — 𝔰 // fan acc (@taylucifer95) November 5, 2020 We love to see it. Trump even lost to Greta tonight. pic.twitter.com/KTIfCtPoKY — Brent Toderian (@BrentToderian) November 6, 2020 Yep. Tell them Greta remembers, tell them winter came for house Trump. #JOEBIDEN2020 #bunktheschool pic.twitter.com/KA9yHOs4sB — Goofy (@Thecheerbeer) November 6, 2020 It must be an honour. Greta Thunberg. One of the great banes of Donald Trump’s existence. pic.twitter.com/AjK6yYDW64 — Dr.C #VoteYourPumpkinsOff! #WearAMask! (@QuizzicalGirl) November 5, 2020 As it should be. Greta Thunberg 1 Donald Trump 0#Elecciones2020 #Election2020 pic.twitter.com/hq69tPLp0c — Mr. Nobuddy (@MrNobudd1e) November 6, 2020 Well, someone has to act like an adult. I didn't know I desperately needed to see Greta Thunberg acting the adult to Trump's childish temper tantrum today but here we are — 𝐿𝒶𝓃𝒶 (@Lana_Dragonfly) November 5, 2020 The truth. I have said it before and I will say it again: Never mess with a teenager. They will eviscerate you with delight. https://t.co/TXd8yvizUD — Curtis W. Fraŋks (@lai_krtisfranks) November 6, 2020 Definitely. Greta Thunberg is 100x funnier than any of the people who've tried to make fun of her for having no sense of humor pic.twitter.com/CZWskWnlnt — Arthur Chu (@arthur_affect) November 6, 2020 She can do it. If Trump refuses to leave the White House I reckon we send Greta Thunberg in the remove him. #GretaThunberg #TrumpIsALaughingStock — Shauny #SoftLad (@happyjack1981) November 6, 2020 View the full article
  10. When it comes to Diwali, we often get so taken away by the good food and the taash parties that we forget that it is also the festival of lights. As per tradition, we all celebrate Diwali by lighting up our homes with beautiful diyas and bright colourful decor. However, doing it every single year means that the decorations do get a little monotonous. This is why today, we have some super unique and modern diwali decorations for you! From slick candle holders to quirky serveware, it's time to give your home a modern festive upgrade this Diwali! __ECOMLOOKS__1986__ __ECOMLOOKS__1987__ __ECOMLOOKS__1988__ __ECOMLOOKS__1989__ __ECOMLOOKS__1990__ The Bottomline From the intense deep cleaning to the fun taash parties, we hope this festive season brings you lots of joy! Needless to say, make sure you don’t forget to light up some diyas too. It’s tradition after all! Explore More View the full article
  11. Samsung has probably created our phone of the year with the Galaxy S20 FE because it's everything you want from a capable smartphone. Good camera, great price, jam-packed with features and flagship-level components. It seems like someone at Samsung's office created the Galaxy S20 FE just to mess with the likes of OnePlus, Xiaomi and other budget flagship players. Having said that, Samsung is messing with these brands with one of the most amazing phones of the year that nobody expected. I won't lie, when I heard rumours about the Galaxy S20 FE, I did ignore it until I got to use it myself. After using it for a few weeks, I can firmly say this is one of the best smartphones launched in 2020. When you consider price to performance value, there's no other smartphone that does it as well as the Galaxy S20 FE. Even though Samsung did cut some corners to keep the price competitive, it doesn't change our opinion on the phone. Here's MensXP's review of the Samsung Galaxy S20 FE. Design and Display © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla If you want a lot of choices when it comes to your smartphone's colours, the S20 FE comes in six options to choose from. You can get the phone in Navy, Lavender, Mint, Red, White and Orange. We've been using the Mint colour variant which looks striking. The colour itself stands apart from everything else you've used this year and it's probably our favourite feature of the body. Being a cheaper offering, the Samsung Galaxy S20 FE uses a plastic body (polycarbonate) but has a matte finish at the back. There is a slight curve around its sides which makes the phone easy to hold in the palm of your hand and I prefer it over the Galaxy S20 ultra and other phones by Samsung this year. © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla The S20 FE also has thicker bezels than its flagship counterparts, however it gives the same full-screen experience that you expect from Samsung phones. Even the punch-hole camera size is smaller than the regular S20 FE. In other design aspects, even though it is a more affordable version of the regular S20 smartphones, Samsung didn't cut corners with the S20 FE. The smartphone its IP68 rated which means it has phenomenal water resistance that you cannot find in other phones in the same price range. I'd expected Samsung to cut corners in this category, however this is not the case. The fingerprint reader is embedded in the display, but it uses the older optical sensor rather than the newer ultrasonic sensor by Samsung. This results in more inaccurate fingerprint reads and the phone takes longer to unlock the smartphone. You may have to press down a bit more to get your fingerprint scanned by the sensor. Let's talk about the display for a bit since Samsung is known for using the best screens for smartphones. The Galaxy S20 FE features a 120Hz OLED display with a resolution of 2400 x 1800 pixels. The 120Hz refresh rate works exactly as it does on its flagship phones where the phone will only push to higher frame rates if needed. Scrolling websites seems smoother, playing games that support 120FPS also feels better. © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla Similarly, watching video content on the S20 FE is as good if not better than the regular S20 phones. Watching shows on Netflix and Amazon Prime reflected the colours with great accuracy and fidelity. Colours tend to pop instead of looking saturated or dull. The brightness level of the display is on point as it hit a peak brightness level of 650 nits for us. If you are avid video content consumer, you will not be disappointed with the S20 FE's display, however if you want the best, then we highly recommend the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. Cameras The Galaxy S20 FE is probably the only phone in this price category that delivers versatility and quality in one package. The Galaxy S20 FE comes with a triple-camera setup at the back and a 32MP front-facing camera for selfies. At the back, you will find a 12MP Ultra-wide shooter with a 123-degree field of view. The main camera is also a 12MP sensor and the third sensor is an 8MP telephoto lens with 3x optical zoom and 30x Space Zoom. © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla The camera app is also the same as the S20 Series which means it comes with unique features such as 'Single Take' where you can capture nine different types of videos and photos. Other modes such as night, food, panorama, live focus (video and still), slow-mo, super slow-mo and other features can also be used in the phone. The camera is where the S20 FE has a massive advantage over its competitors such as OnePlus. The overall picture quality and colour accuracy look great where it's tuned just a tad bit. The phone can focus on subjects quite clearly and fast, enabling you to take crystal clear images in daylight. In low-light, you will notice some noise, however it is still better than the OnePlus 8 Pro and other phones of similar calibre. The telephoto lens is also a dream to use where you can zoom into objects up to three times optically and 30x using the camera software. While the phone does a great job of zooming into objects, you will start to notice pixelation and noise when you go above 10x. In terms of video, you can capture 4K at 60 frames per second and the quality is at par with other Galaxy devices. It may not be the best phone for capturing videos as the iPhone still leads in this department, but for an Android user it doesn't get better than this. Performance The Galaxy S20 FE that sells in India is powered by the Exynos 990 chipset and is parked with 6GB of RAM. While there is some drama surrounding the chipset that is being used, in real-world usage, the S20 FE fairs quite well. Sure it doesn't beat the Snapdragon 865 powered devices in India. However, in our usage, the S20 FE was quite responsive where you could use over 10 apps at the same time and they would switch without any lag. © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla In terms of Benchmark scores, the Galaxy S20 FE had a Geekbench 5 score of 897 (single-core) and 2677 (multi-core). It is lower than the S20 series and the Note 20 Ultra, however in our usage, we did not feel the phone was held back by the processor. Games ran well with little to no frame rate drops and we could play games like Genshin Impact with ease. Having said that, there were slight frame rate drops when we faced multiple enemies on the screen which is also the case for devices powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 865. The Galaxy S20FE has a 4,500mAh battery that can be fast-charged using a power delivery PPE charger. Having said that, the phone only comes with a 15W charger even though it supports 25W fast-charging. If you require fast charging, we would recommend getting a 25W or above Power Delivery charger that supports PPE protocol as well. Alternatively, the S20 FE also supports wireless charging which was a huge surprise to use since this is Samsung's “affordable” version of the Galaxy S20. It puts a lot of smartphones in this price category on notice simply because we expect most phones to skip this feature except for the OnePlus 8 Pro and the Xiaomi Mi 10. The Final Say After having used the Galaxy S20 FE for a few weeks, we can confidently say it is one of our favourite phones that has launched this year. It's got a better camera than the competition and it has everything you need from a flagship smartphone. Sure, the polycarbonate body can be a bit disappointing for some people but the phone also offers a lot of features for Rs 44,999. View the full article
  12. Pokemon Go, the highly popular pocket monster-catching game that uses real-world surroundings has earned $1 billion in player spendings in 2020 so far. This has been the best year for Pokemon Go yet even though more than half the world is in lockdown. Sensor Tower reports, Pokemon Go earned $832 million in player spendings the year it launched in 2016. While spendings did decline in 2017, it has continued to grow for the past ten months of 2020. © Unsplash/mika-baumeister Pokemon Go heavily depends on using augmented reality where the game projects pocket monsters for players to catch that appear in the real-world. However, once the COVID-19 pandemic was in full swing, players were reduced to staying indoors which directly affected the game. Temporary changes were made to help players play the game staying at home. The new change was probably the reason behind Pokemon Go’s newfound success especially for players who don’t reside in metropolitan cities. The new remote raiding feature was introduced as soon as the pandemic hit which lets people battle bosses together with friends at a local “gym”. It also lets users invite friends who are further away from each other and is now the primary way to battle bosses and play the game with friends. © Sensor Tower Sensor Tower also reports that Pokemon Go is the "No. 3 mobile game by global player spendings outside of third-party stores, such as those in China.” The game sits on the third position right behind PUBG mobile and Honor of Kings. © unsplash/mika-baumeister Pokemon Go has earned about $4.2 billion in player spendings globally to date and it seems like the game will reach new highs by the end of 2020. Google Play accounts for the majority of Pokemon Go’s revenue by generating $2.2 billion in revenue. Pokemon Go has 600 million downloads globally and is amongst the highest-grossing apps/games of all time. Source: Sensor Tower Niantic, the developer behind Pokemon Go is now adding in-game events, cosmetic items, optional Community Day research tickets, and other items to further increase user spendings in-game. View the full article
  13. Apple is already done with two events this year and we got new iPads and new iPhones for the year. But it looks like the company is not done yet and we have 'One More Thing', as Apple likes to say. In fact, that's what the event is called too. So this new event will take place on November 10 and we're expecting to see the company's first ARM-based Macs that run on Apple Silicon chips instead of the Intel processors. This is a big step for Apple because they've been issuing laptops running Intel chips since 2005. Yet another #AppleEvent coming up. #OneMoreThing pic.twitter.com/HWzFs8YdWy — Akshay Bhalla (@Bhallanator) November 2, 2020 The event invite itself doesn't say anything about the launch. The last time Apple used this phrase was back in 2017 during the launch of the iPhone X. Apple first announced its plan to switch over from Intel processors to its own Silicon CPUs back in June at WWDC. They did promise the first laptop running these new CPUs will be out this year, and here we are. Apple says it can get better performance with lower power consumption with the help of its own chip. © Reuters At first, we're only expecting to see a MacBook or two. But eventually, we're expecting Apple to switch the entirety of its line up to its ARM-based chips. As for the event itself, we think we'll also see the launch of macOS 11 Big Sur. It'll be interesting to see what Apple brings to the table, so let's hope for the best. View the full article
  14. The COVID-19 outbreak majorly impacted a lot of businesses, so naturally, game production also took a hit. Game developers are being forced to work from home, which isn't ideal due to some obvious limitations. Due to this, a number of games have been delayed due to slow development. Here are 5 games that got delayed this year due to the COVID-19 outbreak - DeathloopArkane Studios showcased their time-bending shooter and it got a lot of hype. Sadly, the studio had to delay the release because the devs had to adjust to the work-from-home model. It's now delayed into 2021. To the community, an update on DEATHLOOP: pic.twitter.com/XveoG6AgoT — DEATHLOOP (@deathloop) August 18, 2020Halo InfiniteHalo Infinite was originally supposed to come out with the new Xbox consoles but they got a lot of criticism after they showcased the gameplay a couple of months ago. After what we think was mostly negative feedback, 343 Industries decided to delay the game's release to 2021. Halo Infinite Development Update pic.twitter.com/TFZvXhRN9f — Halo (@Halo) August 11, 2020 Tales of AriseThe JRPG Tales of Arise got delayed indefinitely. Although the devs didn't specifically cite COVID-19 as the reason for the delay, they did speak about how the workflow changes had affected the development. We are looking forward to playing this game whenever it comes out. Cyberpunk 2077We have important news to share with you pic.twitter.com/qZUaD6IwmM — Cyberpunk 2077 (@CyberpunkGame) October 27, 2020 After a really long development period, Cyberpunk 2077 was finally slated to come out in September this year. But CD Projekt Red later announced that the game is getting delayed to November 19. Although they also didn't explicitly cite COVID-19 as the reason for the delay, it's worth noting that they're also undergoing work-from-home changes like many others. The game recently got delayed again and it's now slated to come out on December 10. View the full article
  15. A pair of good kolhapuris can last you for centuries. We mean it literally. Kolhapuri chappals have been in fashion ever since they were first spotted in the 13th century. This traditional style of Indian footwear originated in a town called Kolhapur in Maharashtra and took over the entire country eventually. Even now, the town is known for creating the most authentic leather kolhapuris in India. This year, apart from the unexpected and the unwelcomed atrocities of the virus, was the year of “atma-nirbharta” and local businesses too. We need to continue the same support for our local handicrafts and artisans now that the festive season is around. Not only this, here are many more reasons for you to be investing in kolhapuri chappals this festive season. __ECOMLOOKS__1944__ __ECOMLOOKS__1945__ __ECOMLOOKS__1946__ The Bottomline We hope all these brilliant features convince you to embrace the traditional handicraft with open arms. Style, comfort and functionality, what more could you need? Moreover, the prices of these footwear are pretty affordable too, all thanks to the festive season! Explore More View the full article
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  18. Ellen Pompeo reveals 'Grey's Anatomy' might be ending this year, 'The truth is, this year could be it'
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