Bringing Samsung’s Infinity Display screens (first seen in the S8 lineup) to the budget models A-series can only be a good thing, but look past the stellar display and the A6+ will likely appeal only to Samsung loyalists.
Dragon Ball Z has been a part of our childhood. We were all mesmerised when the series came to children's TV channel Cartoon Network and a good part of our childhood was spent rooting for Goku and his friends. Now, it's here on mobile.
It is a 3D side-scrolling massive multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG). Players progress through alternate worlds via individual dungeons where you meet a variety of enemy types. You have access to primary and secondary attacks, which can be strung together to create unique combos. You can also block and counter-attack as well as use special abilities unlocked via each character's skill tree.
Kait Diaz is the central character here and the gameplay shows off some new enemies and new weapons. The trailer begins with her getting ready to participate in a rescue mission but she’s “suddenly faced with a traumatic death that sends her on an emotional rollercoaster”. She’s recently been having nightmares, which she believes to be messages. The mission begins.
You're a fish in the ocean. It's 2023 and humans have begun deploying swarms of sentinel robot fish along the reef where you live that will monitor your environment, track pollution and collect intelligence on your behaviour. Welcome to the future, my finned fishy friends.
When Manu Jain speaks, people listen. The vice-president of Xiaomi Global and managing director of Xiaomi India has taken his company’s set-up in India from “a six-seater room” four years ago to a “180,000sqft building with 750 seats” in Bangalore. The IIT Delhi and IIM Calcutta alumnus has been the force that made the Beijing-headquartered company’s smartphone business number one in India. According to recent figures from International Data Corporation (IDC), Xiaomi continues to maintain its lead in India with 30.3 per cent market share, while Samsung is in second place with 25.1 per cent share.