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Step-down PUBG Mobile Lite as addictive as the original
The game has been designed for entry-level Android phones, running on 2GB or lower memory
The game takes up around 600 MB of space after installation and is free to download and play
New Delhi: The highly-awaited Mobile Lite version of PlayerUnknown’s Battleground, better known as PUBG, is finally available on Google Play Store. Designed for entry level Android phones, running on 2GB or lower memory, the game takes up around 600 MB of space after installation, unlike the original that requires more than three times that.
The game is free to download and play. The app has a store where users can get designer outfits and random gift boxes. These micro transactions start at ₹75 and can cost up to ₹4,000.
The Lite game is built on the same Unreal Engine 4 and doesn’t differ much from the original. Everything from landing on the island of your choosing to scavenging for weapons and shooting off others works on similar lines, so anyone who has played the original will be familiar with the rules of engagement and controls. For instance, you can chat with team members, choose crosshair colour, and map the controls according to your convenience. The handy control options peek and fire which adds sniper like capabilities to any weapon are available in the new game too.
This Robotic Contact Lens Lets You Zoom In And Out By Just Blinking Eyes!
Scientists have been making some pretty amazing breakthroughs in science ranging from outer space, nutrition, artificial intelligence, robots, et al. Speaking of robots, scientists have created a robotic lens that allows users to zoom in by blinking eyes.
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Study has been conducted by the researchers at the University of California, San Diego who developed the robotic lens system. Researchers state that the previously developed soft robots were either controlled manually or by pre-written programs, however, this human-machine interface (HMI) makes use of electrooculographic signals generated by eye movements which further helped control the motion and focal length change in a “biomimetic soft lens”. The HMI was developed between human eyes and a soft biomimetic lens that’s mainly made up of electroactive polymer films.
“The motion and deformation of the soft lens are achieved by the (electrical potential induced) actuation of different areas of dielectric elastomer ﬁlms, mimicking the working mecha-nisms of the eyes of humans and most mammals,” reads the study published in Wiley.
WordPress Contributors Explore the Possibility of a Global Accessibility Event
WordPress’ accessibility team is evaluating the possibility of organizing a virtual Global Accessibility Day, similar to the Polyglots’ Global Translation Day. This marathon-style contributor event has proven to be valuable for the Polyglots in terms of recruiting, onboarding, and fueling progress on translation projects.
Accessibility contributors proposed the idea at a meeting two weeks ago after discussing the team’s desire to have more representation at WordCamp contributor days. WordCamp Europe 2019 had a strong contingency of accessibility contributors, but being present on the ground in Berlin was not an option for the vast majority of the team.
“I heard different people saying that this Contributor Day was extremely useful, because they had the opportunity to talk in person and exchange ideas with a lot of other people,” Stefano Minoia said. “This is really good: if we want to push forward a project like WordPress, it’s extremely important to have the opportunity of working together at least once a year in person.”
Due to the relatively small size of the team and the expense associated with traveling to larger WordCamps, accessibility contributors do not often have the opportunity for in-person collaboration. A remote contributor day focused on accessibility was proposed as an alternative.
“We’re a small group with very little sponsorship,” Joe Dolson said during the initial discussion. “I don’t go to most WordCamps anymore, because the time and expense is just too great for me. I’ll probably go to my local WordCamp only, this year, if I have the time.”
Due to the nature of the work, Dolson anticipates the team may face some challenges in working around some of the constraints of collaborating through a virtual event.
Microsoft Windows 10 October 2018 Update Now Available: How to Download and Install
Microsoft has announced that its Windows 10 October 2018 is now available for all users. The Redmond, Washington-headquartered company, at a launch event in New York, released the newest feature update for Windows 10 operating system alongside a plethora of hardware products. Following five previous major updates such as November Update, Anniversary Update, Creators Update, Fall Creators Update, and the April 2018 Update, the October 2018 update was announced by Microsoft at IFA in August. While the latest Windows 10 update does not bring a revamped interface, it does offer a number of new features.
One of the most interesting new features introduced by Microsoft in the Windows 10 October 2018 Update is the Your Phone app that lets users get instant access to their Android smartphone’s photos and texts on their computer. The app is essentially designed as a companion app to more closely align Android and iOS to Windows 10. Apart from that, the Windows 10 October 2018 Update includes a new Cloud Clipboard feature that will allow Windows 10 users to copy content across devices. Windows 10 users can also store a history of copied content in the cloud.
Microsoft has introduced a Timeline on phone feature. You will now be able to pick up what you were doing, even if it was on your Android or iOS phone, on your Windows 10 PC. The company says that now your PC’s timeline will be available on your phone, so you can scroll back in time to find the files and websites you were using on your phone, computer, and tablet. It is currently available in preview on Android phone via Microsoft Launcher app, and it will be “coming soon” to preview for iPhone.
Meanwhile, the Windows 10 October 2018 Update brings inking features and 3D updates in PowerPoint and Word. It has added a Microsoft To-Do app that helps you manage and prioritise tasks. Using your digital pen and a touch-enabled Windows device, you can now add a task to your list using ink, and then strike out when complete. Microsoft has also introduced a Snip & Sketch app, a more versatile screengrab function that lets you set a timer, draw on your images or crop to different shapes.
For its Edge browser, Microsoft in the Windows 10 update has added an offline dictionary, grammar tools, and learning tools in its reading view, and Line Focus. Besides that, the company has introduced a Windows Mixed Reality flashlight feature too, alongside revamped AI inking and 3D features for Microsoft Office. Additionally, SwiftKey is now available on the touch keyboard.
The Windows 10 October 2018 update includes plenty of other tweaks in terms of functionality and design. However, the Sets feature did not make it into the latest release. You can check out the full list of features in the company’s latest blog post.
Meanwhile, Microsoft has also provided details on how to get the Windows 10 October 2018 Update in another blog post. Notably, the update will be rolled out in a phased and controlled manner. The company says that the global will be rolled out via Windows Update in the coming weeks.
If you are on an actively serviced version of Windows 10 and want to install the Windows 10 October 2018 Update now, you will have to manually check for updates. You will have to go to the Search box in the taskbar and type ‘Check for updates’. Here, you will have to click on Check for updates to begin the download and installation process. You can see this video shared by Microsoft to get some tips for the Windows 10 October 2018 Update.
Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ Q&A
The audio quality from the 3.5mm jack is pretty clear and satisfying. However, the phone doesn’t have much oomph to power high-impedance headphones. We tested it out with a pair of oldschool Fostex T40 over-ears (50 ohms). With Dolby Atmos on, the sound was full, crystal-clear, and detailed, with a max volume that is soft on the ears, but wouldn’t muffle out the noises of a busy street. Moving down to a 32 ohm pair, we got a bit of extra oomph.