In the sizzle video below, Microsoft engineers boast that the next generation SSD in Project Scarlett - which is paired with GDDR6 memory - boasts a 40-times increase in performance over previous consoles and can even be used as virtual RAM.
However, both the 2GB and 3GB RAM variants of Nokia 2.2 will be available for just Rs 6,999 and Rs 7,999 under promotional pricing till June 30th. "I think smartphone users in the country should use their phones a bit longer before buying new ones because there are no new innovative features in the current [replacement] period", he said.
The FCC is asking for comments on whether it should create a safe harbour for providers that block calls that are maliciously spoofed so that caller ID can not be authenticated and that block calls that are "unsigned". We've taken strong enforcement action against illegal robocallers, imposing or proposing nearly a quarter-billion dollars in forfeitures against callers for illegal, spoofed calls.
It's also the first pick among users who are looking for a wholesome navigation experience and new features on the regular. Google Maps will automatically feature a "crisis notification card" if you are using Google Maps and happen to be near an area where a hurricane , earthquake , or flood will impact (or has caused damage already).
The American tech giant's take on the future of video games will arrive simultaneously in 14 countries, including Canada, the United States, the United Kingdom, and 11 other European nations. You won't be able to subscribe to the standard Stadia Pro subscription until next year, either. Well, there are actually going to be two different forms of Google Stadia .
The 26-year-old stars as pop star Ashley O, who has a strong desire to leave behind bubblegum pop for edgier material, in the season five episode " Rachel, Jack and Ashley Too ". "There are lots of dark concepts in the film and we just enjoy that sort of childish subversion of them". In an unexpected twist, the episode features a scene in which her character covers Nine Inch Nails' 1989 industrial-rock classic "Head Like a Hole".