OnePlus has launched its new range of TVs amidst much fanfare or at least much of it can happen in the virtual world of online launches. Prior to the launch, it was business as usual for the Chinese brand as it is before it unveils a new product. Numerous leaks, bits of information shared by the company executives among other things. The one thing almost everyone was betting on was that the brand will not have the same pricing strategy as its maiden TV launch in 2019. OnePlus seems to have realised that it’s the price that matters the most and a vast majority of consumers in India look for the value proposition. Something that Xiaomi learnt very well and perhaps that’s why didn’t face the problem. And now Realme too is following it to the T. The first OnePlus TV was launched at a starting price of Rs 69,999 and cost as much as Rs 99,999. Now, it might have had all the bells and whistles but then the company is still new in the premium segment which is ruled by … [Read more...] about OnePlus’ new TV gets the price ‘nice’
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Tencent Holdings, China's biggest social media and video game company, launched a new California-based studio this week, as it looks to further expand its presence overseas. The new studio, LightSpeed LA, will be led by former Rockstar veteran Steve Martin and will focus on the development and publishing of AAA titles, Tencent Games' LightSpeed and Quantum Studios said in a statement to Reuters. "We're ushering in a new era of game culture by combining world-class development with a stress-free work environment," Martin said in the statement. Tencent is trying to build an array of studios overseas with the goal of creating content with original intellectual property that has global appeal. The launch is also the firm's latest move in a strategy to derive half its games revenue from overseas, a category that accounted for about 23% of its fourth-quarter online game sales. The company has most recently hired Halo 4 lead designer Scott Warner to head another newly-minted new … [Read more...] about Tencent launches new US game studio for global appeal
Following Palo Alto's vulnerability disclosure today, several respected figures in the cyber-security community have echoed the US Cyber Command warning and have also urged system administrators to patch PAN-OS devices as soon as possible, also anticipating attacks from nation-state threat actors to follow in a matter of days. … [Read more...] about US Cyber Command says foreign hackers will attempt to exploit new PAN-OS security bug
Opening up science It all began with open access: the idea that published scientific results should be open to anyone. I've always been supportive of open access, but I'm now much more in favor of the practice. I think that arXiv.org should be our model: any scientist can upload drafts of papers before they go through peer review, allowing anyone to read them and others in the field to review them informally. This is in contrast to a place like PLoS, which puts a paper through formal peer review before posting it online for anyone to see. … [Read more...] about Science with open hardware: A new way to restrict participation
Enables the use of arrow keys to navigate through lists in Spotlight, Mail, and Safari Enables the use of the space bar to scroll in Mail Improves performance when using the space bar to scroll in Safari Adds the ability to bring up the software keyboard from the Shortcut Bar when a hardware keyboard is connected Fixes an issue that could prevent unlocking an iPad using the hardware keyboard Fixes an issue that caused hardware keyboards to become unresponsive in captive login pages Fixes an issue that could cause the Messages input field to disappear behind the Shortcut Bar when connected to a hardware keyboard For as long as iOS exists in its current iteration, there will be people who complain that it’s not a “real OS” and that you can’t get work done on it. Both of those complaints may well be valid if your narrow definition of a “real OS” limits you to traditional windowed OSes with an exposed filesystem and without App Store restrictions, and … [Read more...] about 9.7-inch iPad Pro review: What makes something “Pro” anyway?