They include a redesigned Guide and a Community section that allows players to see their friend's activities and the most popular Xbox One games. Listings will now appear instantly and in full-screen and a new picture-in-picture mode of TV has been added so you'll be able to browse for other things without missing what is happening on the current show.
Despite its beastly internals and eye-popping display, the iPad Pro still runs iOS 9. It is still unclear to which sector iPad Pro is going to target, but apparently with the release of iPad Pro-exclusive Pencil and keyboard, we have artists and business people at its spotlight.
According to reports, Sony has been too behind the rat race in Android updates as Samsung has already been pushing forward while HTC and LG promise a jump-off to Android 6.0 Marshmallow. It's merely placed underwater... and gently at that. Compared to the monster phones being released at the moment, the size and weight of the Xperia Z5 Compact may cause you to be nostalgic for the good old days when your phone could actually fit in your pocket.
That's all part of the new Xbox experience that Microsoft is bringing, as they aim to make the console quicker and more responsive. You can start a party, change your settings, check your friends list and more. You can track your friends activity or the latest events in your favorite games. "At Xbox, we put games and gamers at the center of everything we do".
The news comes as Microsoft's share in the Indian handset market dropped from 9.8 percent to 8.1 percent between the first and second quarter of 2015 . This new version of WhatsApp is only available for private testers, but everyone should be getting it very soon as an update in the store. Such programs are designed to track everything the user types, then relay the data over the Internet to criminals who then look for passwords, credit card numbers, and bank account information.
Apple launched the iconic iPhone way back in 2007, but for a long time chose to ignore India. Live Photos, introduced during Apple's fall event on Wednesday, is a new default feature that turns your photos into neat mini-animations by recording several additional frames alongside each shot.