Many Halo 5 players have long been waiting for the new Warzone Firefight mode that was confirmed several weeks ago. 343 Industries has detailed the new mode on more than one occasion so it’s not like people don’t already know about it. 343 Industries has finally confirmed when the Warzone Firefight Halo 5 mode is going to be released. This is going to be the eighth free content release for this popular game.
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If a new report is to be believed, Tesla is shifting a portion of its production overseas as it ramps up facilities in order to meet greater demand. Delays are quite common with the company’s new vehicles and as it looks to start production on the Model 3, Tesla is taking steps to ensure that those problems don’t resurface with its mass-market electric car. A new report suggests that for this purpose, Tesla is building a $9 billion factory in China.
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In February this year an Indian company claimed to have created the world’s cheapest smartphone. Ringing Bells, the company, introduced the Freedom 251 earlier this year and said that this smartphone would cost just $4. Such tall claims sparked investigations into the company and while some controversial details were revealed, Ringing Bells is on its way to release this handset. It has finally provided a confirmed release date for its claimed world’s cheapest smartphone.
Read full post →Freedom 251 $4 Smartphone Finally Gets A Release Date

Maserati is known for making high-performance cars that gulp down fuel by the gallon but it appears that the Italian manufacturer could be looking to cleaner and cheaper options. Parent company Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has said that it’s considering the merits of coming out with a Maserati electric car, it would be the first such car from the Italian luxury car maker.
Read full post →Maserati Electric Car Could Become A Reality

The Windows 10 Mobile update started rolling out a couple of months ago for supported handsets, some users have had to wait longer for the update due to carrier controls, and now AT&T users with the Lumia 1520 are finally getting the much-awaited update. The AT&T Lumia 1520 Windows 10 Mobile update is finally being released, ending the long wait for users who have been keeping their fingers crossed for it.
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A couple of years ago, BlackBerry announced that it was outsourcing manufacturing of mid-range smartphones to contract manufacturers in a bid to save its ailing smartphone business. Rumor has it that the company is working with TCL Corporation for the mid-range Hamburg smartphone and now a TCL-made BlackBerry Hamburg has surfaced online, suggesting that this partnership is indeed real.
Read full post →BlackBerry Hamburg Manufacted By TCL Shows Up Online

Uber has long implemented surge pricing in areas where demand is high, surge pricing is reflected in the app through a multiplier which gives users an idea of how many times over the normal fare that particular ride is going to cost. Uber has been criticised for this many times and it has been working to simplify surge pricing, it’s now replacing the surge multiplier with “upfront pricing.”
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Quite a few companies are working on self-driving or autonomous cars so it’s not surprising to find out that Chinese electric car maker Faraday Future has said that it’s also creating a self-driving car of its own. Faraday Future unveiled its first electric concept car – the FFZERO1 – at the International Consumer Electronics Show earlier this year, but it’s unclear as yet when it’s going to actually put a production car on the road.
Read full post →Faraday Future Also Working On A Self-Driving Car

Google is working on a new feature for its cloud-based Chrome OS. The company is testing a storage manager for Chrome OS, the feature has been added to the latest developer release of the OS. Google added a major feature to Chrome OS just last week, it finally got the ability to access Android apps and games, opening up a world of new content to people who use devices powered by this OS.
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New reports suggest that Volkswagen might pay between $1,000 and $7,000, and in some cases up to $10,000 to owners of cars that are part of the diesel emissions scandal. The payouts are going to depend on a number of factors but the reports seem convinced that in some cases this number will go as high a $10,000. June 28th has been selected as the deadline for the settlement decision.
Read full post →VW Might Pay Up To $10,000 To Owners In Diesel Emissions Case