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SoftBank Launches HTC U11 Life as HTC X2

SoftBank Launches HTC U11 Life as HTC X2

HTC U11 Life customers are next with the Oreo OS update. The T-Mobile version has not received the update yet and there is no news as to when it will do so. We're happy to report that Android 8.0 Oreo is now rolling out to Unlocked #HTCU11life handsets. The chipset is teamed with 3GB/4GB of RAM and 32GB/64GB of internal storage depending on the region.


PUBG to run at 60 FPS on the Xbox One X

PUBG to run at 60 FPS on the Xbox One X

According to an interview with Games TM , speaking to Mr PlayerUnknown himself Brendan Greene, PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds is aiming to hit a locked 60 FPS on Xbox One systems. "The amount of detail that has to go into 4K textures is enormous, and it's going to take us some time to get them, but we do have a plan". The story is a little different for the standard Xbox One where Greene says the development team "may have to limit it at 30FPS [.]" He adds, "We're still constantly ...


Google Home can now take on two voice commands at once

Google Home can now take on two voice commands at once

However, one U.S. retailer might have jumped the gun and listed the Google Home Max on its online store. However, when the speaker was first announced, Google did say that it would officially go on sale sometime in December . The device in question is priced at $399 which is rather steep compared to the Google Home and Home Mini, but if you're looking for larger and louder speakers with some smarts built into it, then this could be worth keeping an eye out for.


Researcher claim prehistoric women were stronger than today's rowers

Researcher claim prehistoric women were stronger than today's rowers

Researchers say the findings suggest a " hidden history " of grueling manual labor performed by women that stretched across millennia. CT scans were taken of the living women's humerus and tibia bones . 850. Researchers from the University of Cambridge in England came to this conclusion after analyzing the bones of modern athletes and women who lived and farmed in prehistoric times.


Google Bans Android Apps That Show Lockscreen Ads

Google Bans Android Apps That Show Lockscreen Ads

Datally is an initiative of Google's Next Billion Users division that aims to make Internet services more accessible even in countries with limited technology infrastructure. As the new policy clearly states, only apps whose sole objective is to interact and improve the lockscreen are allowed to show ads. So Google's new app will hopefully help many people out.