Bungie confirmed the much-awaited Destiny 2 earlier this week and it has since been providing us with more information about the title. It even released a teaser trailer for the game yesterday. Bungie has confirmed some major news about the new game today and it has also published the first proper trailer for Destiny 2. Bungie has even confirmed when it’s going to release the title.
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Microsoft confirmed yesterday that it’s going to start rolling out the free Windows 10 Creators Update from April 11th. Since it’s going to be a phased roll out, it’s going to take a few weeks before the update is released for users across all regions. Those who just can’t wait for the over-the-air release have another option. Microsoft has said today that it will allow users to download Windows 10 Creators Update manually starting April 5th.
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To say that fans across the globe are just waiting for the next Game of Throne season to air would be an understatement. The previous season left many questions that have yet to be answered and they’re obviously looking forward to Game of Thrones season 7 to find out the answers. HBO has started the hype machine, as if it even needs to, for the series by releasing the first Game of Thrones season 7 teaser trailer.
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The 140 character limit is Twitter’s defining feature and yet it can also be frustrating for some as they have to break down whatever they want to share in multiple tweets. While Twitter removed the limit from Direct Messages a long time back it’s not going to do the same for tweets. However, the company has been working on ways to allow users to express more in 140 characters and it has now decided that users will no longer count against that limit.
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Bungie is gradually revealing more information about the next Destiny title. Having confirmed a couple of days back that it’s going to be called Destiny 2, it released a teaser trailer for the new game yesterday which suggested that the new game is going to have an element of humor about it as well. However, the developer has confirmed one of the biggest changes that it’s making with this title. It has confirmed the Destiny 2 PC release.
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Uber is one of the most widely used ride-hailing services across the globe. Millions of people rely on it every single day to get to where they need to go. However, there has always been an issue with Uber that has irked users. Once a ride has been booked, it’s impossible to change the pickup location. Uber is finally changing that today. It will now allow users to adjust their pickup location even after the ride has been booked.
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Once Samsung decided to discontinue the Galaxy Note 7 last year there was speculation about the future of its phablet. Many claimed that the company was going to end the Note lineup altogether but Samsung later confirmed that it’s going to release another Note handset in 2017. It will presumably be called the Galaxy Note 8. Word on the street is that Samsung’s much-rumored foldable smartphone might actually arrive before the Galaxy Note 8 this year.
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There are plenty of apps and services that allow you to make voice calls over the internet. Some of them offer end-to-end encryption as well. Telegram, a messaging app known for its emphasis on secrecy, today announced that it’s rolling out the voice calling feature that it has been testing for a long time. The company has further confirmed that all voice calls made in Telegram are end-to-end encrypted.
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Facebook introduced Chatbots for Facebook Messenger a long time ago. The bots can be used by users to keep themselves information about package deliveries, news, sports updates, and more. According to a new report, at its upcoming F8 developers conference, Facebook is going to introduce Chatbots for Messenger groups. What this means is that the Chatbot functionality that’s currently limited to individual Messenger users will soon be available for group chats as well.
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Are you looking to get into shape for the summer? Google has your back. The company today announced that users in the United States can now book and pay for fitness classes throughout the United States via Google Maps, Google Search, and the Reserve with Google website. The feature is meant to take the pain out of doing all of this through different websites.
Read full post →You Can Now Book Fitness Classes Via Google