Asus Zenfone 3 Ultra is official with a 6.8-inch display

Asus Zenfone 3 Ultra is official with a 6.8-inch display
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Asus has introduced several new products today, but one looms larger than the rest. The Asus Zenfone 3 Deluxe is far larger than your typical smartphone, and the specs aren’t too shabby either.

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ARM Introduces Improved Cortex-A73 CPU Design

ARM Introduces Improved Cortex-A73 CPU Design
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ARM just revealed their latest Cortex-A73 architecture, which will bring significant improvements in terms of battery life and overall performance, especially in flagship smartphones.

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[UPDATE: Game Released] Square Enix announces their upcoming global release of Romancing SaGa 2 on Android

[UPDATE: Game Released] Square Enix announces their upcoming global release of Romancing SaGa 2 on Android

Announced by Square Enix via the game's Twitter account, that they are going to be releasing the Android version of Romancing SaGa 2 globally. Originally released for the Super Famicom back in 1993, this game is set in the Kingdom of Avalon, where players begin the game assuming the role of King Leon, along with other characters (even through subsequent generations of characters) as the focus of the game shifts.

UPDATE: Monday, May 30th - 4:48 AM, PST: If you are fans of Square Enix games or fans of classic games, you are in luck. Not too long ago we reported that Romancing Saga 2 had been released, but not worldwide. If you have been waiting on this title, it should now be available for you to play too. It appears the game released worldwide several days ago, but we didn't catch it with the large amount of releases that have been taking place. You can download this game for $17.99 in the Play Store. I know $17.99 sounds pretty steep, but at least there are no in-app purchases listed. You should be able to download the game at the links below.

The story is predicated on a legend that, long ago, there was a society that sought out ways to preserve their civilization, and ended up using magic to do so. Unbeknownst to them, this use of magic unleashed evil spirits into the realm, that eventually were finally defeated by seven heroes. As the legend goes, those 7 warriors are to return some day.

The gameplay for Romancing SaGa 2 is turn-based and allows for special formations, and contains character sprites akin to what Final Fantasy games originally made famous. As an aside, this game was the first in the franchise to utilize the glimmer function, where characters would learn new attacks in the heat of battle.

The game is slated to have new graphics for both backgrounds, as well as for battles, but will be retaining the characters sprites from the '93 look. There are also supposed to be the new classes and dungeons that were added to the 2010 re-release of the game. While they didn't announce any specific release date, their account does mention that it will "soon be released worldwide". IF you have access, you can download the Japanese version off of Google Play.

Website Referenced: Square Enix Twitter

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Tech tools aimed at making parenting easier

Tech tools aimed at making parenting easier
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For the tech-savvy and the ones that are not, there are a host of gizmos with very simple use that can make parenting easy and fun. These are toys, monitors and much more, we bring you a few interesting ones. Aloka Sleepy Light Aloka Sleepy Light is nightlight for the kids’ bedroom, which is not ...

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Sony launches Xperia X & Xperia XA Smartphones with Android 6.0 Marshmallow in India

Sony launches Xperia X & Xperia XA Smartphones with Android 6.0 Marshmallow in India

Sony had announced Xperia X and Xperia XA smartphones at MWC in 2016. Today, the company has launched both smartphones in India for Rs. 48990 and Rs. 20990 respectively. These devices will be selling exclusively through Amazon India and pre-registration already opened; it will start the shipping for Sony Xperia X smartphone from June 6th onwards and Xperia XA from 3rd week of June in 2016. It will also be available in all authorized retailer stores and Sony online retailer shops as well.

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Fabuloso Games releases Astra for Android. A richly detailed orbital runner that worth is playing.

Fabuloso Games releases Astra for Android. A richly detailed orbital runner that worth is playing.

Fabuloso Games is an independent game developer that is based in Madrid, Spain. They have created a unique orbital runner that is set in a lavish and richly detailed world. Whereas many orbital runners use similar game mechanics, Astra by Fabuloso Games throws in a twist or two that keep this game fresh. The controls are spot on and the music is engrossing. What you have in Astra is an amalgamation of different textures and themes that make this game worth playing.

We see a lot of games at DroidGamers. We are always searching for the next best game that we can tell you about. I came across Astra a few months ago, and was immediately intrigued by the artwork that was presented with the game. It always starts there for me. What kind of unique presentation can the game developer create that will draw me in? Fabuloso Games achieved that with Astra. Of course I learned that Astra would be heading to iOS first, but finding out that an Android version was in the works was good news.

The next question was what type of gameplay would be involved. When I learned that Astra was an orbital runner, my expectations were dampened a bit. However, it has been said that you should never judge a book by the cover. Unfortunately many book covers first impressions are that great, so I wonder how many great books have I missed out on. Nevertheless, Astra is more than a pretty first image. The story that accompanied Astra was a bit different, so along with the artwork that first caught my attention, there was enough to make me delve into the game a bit more.

"Hemera upholds the balance between day and night, between light and darkness. Creatures of the night steal the light in their quest for eternal darkness, and Hemera embarks on an adventure to restore the balance, this is the starting point of Astra." - Fabuloso Games

Astra is a one-touch platforming game. Whereas it would seem that this would make the game easy, it is anything but that. That is not to say that the game is not immediately accessible, because it is. The game lures you into thinking that it will be easy, based on the first few levels, but the difficulty and brilliance of the game begins to show up quickly. As I mentioned previously, the artwork in the game is beautiful. Your main character rapidly walks around the different worlds. Each level is considered a different earth. Hemera speed walks, but when necessary, you tap the screen once to cause Hemera to jump. If you tap the screen twice, Hemera begins an ascent to the nearest world. You have to calculate your jumps because there is a gravitational pull you need to account for. If you don't account for it, you will find your main character floating away to other worlds that you may not want to access. Each level you play has three goals. You should be able to grab all of the miniature suns, complete the level without losing a life, and complete the level in a certain amount of time. The time challenge is the one that will test your gaming abilities, as some of the levels expand in various directions, and have obstacles that deter you from grabbing those suns.

Each level has multiple worlds/planets to explore. Some of them have miniature suns that must be collected, and others just have fantastical beasts and unusual flora and structures within the landscape. Your only defense for taking out the beasts that rotate the worlds is jumping and bouncing off of them. Some of the beasts are huge and will take multiple hits. While it is good to be able to take the beasts out or defend yourself, you have to keep in mind that the clock continues to count down. When you throw in being pulled in unusual ways by gravity, a large number of suns to collect, platforming puzzles  and no map to tell you where the suns are, gaming dilemmas ensue... and this is not a bad thing. Astra has what some orbital runners do not, a deep sense of exploration.

 Astra Features:

  • Arcade action.
  • Unique art, music and gameplay.
  • Designed for touch screens. Simple one touch controls.
  • Auto-runner platformer with space physics.
  • Go explore, solve small puzzles, and discover secrets.
  • 30 levels to explore (more to come as free updates).

Astra has received several awards for its art, music and gameplay. The game designer is Pablo Molina who handled the programming, production and level design. Laia Arqueros was behind the conceptual art and graphics design. Rounding out the team, and what is a integral part of the games' experience, is the music which was created by Juan Molina. Astra is a game that you really should experience. Fine details from shooting stars to spaceships drifting lazily through the sky, show the creativity and the level of immersion that Fabuloso Games undertook to attempt to place the gamer firmly in Hemera's world. There are two modes of gameplay, normal and hard, which means you won't finish this one too quickly, especially if you are a completionist and feel like you have to three star every level. In a novel approach, there is even an off button on the menu screen that allows you to exit the game easily. It is a simple detail, but one that shouldn't be overlooked. Thank you Fabuloso Games. A back button is nice, but I definitely prefer your power off button to exit the game.

Astra is a free to play game, but there are no in-app purchases. You can enjoy playing this challenging game without the worries of pay walls or purchasing items to upgrade your character. Now is the perfect time to dive into Astra's engrossing world. If you enjoy platforming games, or orbital runners, then Astra shouldn't be missed. I am looking forward to see what other types of games Fabuloso Games will create. Astra is a wonderful title and it makes Fabuloso Games a game developer to look out for in the future.

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Microsoft has angered the Finns

Microsoft has angered the Finns

the-sharks-are-circlingSoftware giant Microsoft has finally got the Finns cross over how it hacked about Nokia’s mobile unit before casting it adrift.

Microsoft has recently announced a new round of job layoffs at its Mobile unit in Finland, as it moves forward with its restructuring and reorganization plan following the acquisition of Nokia’s Devices and Services unit.

The Finnish government though is unhappy about the way that Vole has carried you the restructuring saying the outfit has a huge responsibility to help those who are being let go.

Microsoft’s latest job cut round included 1,850 people, 1,350 of whom are said to be working in Finland.

Finance Minister Alexander Stubb said that he was disappointed because of the promises made by Microsoft who had promised him that a new data centre would suck up a large number of the job losses. However this does not appear to have happened.

In 2013, when Microsoft purchased Nokia’s Devices and Services business, the company promised to invest $250 million in a data centre located in Finland that was specifically meant to provide services to European customers. Construction of the data centre never started.

And yet, Finland accuses Microsoft of contributing to the economic downturn that affects the country, as the company fired thousands of people under its restructuring plan and closed facilities that were once among the most successful in Europe.

The research and development centre in Salo was shut down by Microsoft, turning the city into what many described as a “ghost town.” The local facility started operations in the mid-1980s, and its closure dramatically impacted the city, with local sources revealing that “schools are closing, restaurants are mostly empty, and youths worried that they won’t be able to find jobs.”

Employment Minister Jari Lindstrom said Vole must bear as big a responsibility as possible over what they have done by laying off people.

Microsoft has not said anything but then again that is pretty much what anyone would expect.  Vole wants to put the whole Nokia fiasco behind it.



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Google has killed open source claims Oracle

Google has killed open source claims Oracle

screaming babyOracle has had huge sulk over losing its Java court battle to Google and is saying some surprisingly strange things in the tech press about it.

Probably the daftest is a comment by Annette Hurst is an attorney at Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe who represented Oracle in the recent Oracle v. Google trial. In an op-ed she claimed that Oracle’s loss means that Open Source is dead in the water.

For those who came in late, Google successfully argued that its use of Java APIs, about 11,500 lines of code in all, was protected by “fair use.”

Hurst said that rather than developers celebrating that they will not be sued by copyright trolls for using bits of code, they should be worried that the free software movement itself now faces substantial jeopardy.

She said that Google argued that Java APIs have been open, any use of them was justified and all licensing restrictions should be disregarded. In other words, if you offer your software on an open and free basis, any use is fair use.

However if that narrative becomes the law of the land, the GPL is toast.

“No business trying to commercialise software with any element of open software can afford to ignore this verdict. Dual licensing models are very common and have long depended upon a delicate balance between free use and commercial use. Royalties from licensed commercial exploitation fuel continued development and innovation of an open and free option. The balance depends upon adherence to the license restrictions in the open and free option. This jury’s verdict suggests that such restrictions are now meaningless, since disregarding them is simply a matter of claiming “fair use,” Hurst said.

She said that it was hard to see how the GPL can survive such a result. Software businesses will have to accelerate their move to the cloud where everything can be controlled as a service rather than software. Consumers can expect to find decreasing options to own anything for themselves, decreasing options to control their data, decreasing options to protect their privacy.

“Developers beware. You may think you got a win yesterday. But it’s time to think about more than your desires to copy freely when you sit down at a keyboard. Think about the larger and longer term implications. You should have been on Oracle’s side in this fight. Free stuff from Google does not mean free in the sense Richard Stallman ever intended it,” Hurst said.

True, but what difference would have made to developers who instead of being allowed to write code which included similar APLs?  The would risk being sued into a coma by Oracle or any other copyright troll who thought they saw a couple of lines of their code in a trillion word program.

 



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Google goes all Mikado about slow updaters

Google goes all Mikado about slow updaters

mikadoGoogle has “got a little list” is going “shame” OEMs into updating their devices printing a list of “those who won’t be missed.”

The search engine has has “drawn up lists that rank top phone makers by how up-to-date their handsets are, based on security patches and operating system versions.

Google has gone all Ko-Ko and shared this list with OEMs already and has “discussed making it public” in the hopes that OEMs will do better at updating their devices as a result.

The search engine has been trying for ages to get OEMs to update their devices. In 2011, Google triumphantly announced the “Android Update Alliance,” an agreement where Google and OEMs would work to ensure that devices got 18 months of updates.

A year later everyone promptly forgot about it and people talk about it as often as they mention the Queen’s farts.

 



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It will take years to go through Google data

It will take years to go through Google data

stalin-googleIt could take year for investigators in last week’s raid of Google’s Paris headquarters to go through all the data.

Dozens of French police raided Google’s offices on last week, escalating an investigation over suspected tax evasion.

French financial prosecutor Eliane Houlette said coppers had collected a lot of computer data.

“We need to analyze (the data) … (it will take) months, I hope that it won’t be several years, but we are very limited in resources”.

Google insists that it is complying fully with French law, is under pressure across Europe from public opinion and governments angry at the way multinationals exploit their global presence to minimize tax liabilities.

Not in the UK of course. In the UK it offered David Cameron’s government a small amount of money to stop bothering it.

 

 



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One of my favorite ways to start the day is breakfast with developers. Recently, I spent the morning with Team Yuuy, Singapore’s Imagine Cup 2016 winners in the Citizenship category. They built this robot on Windows 10 to assist the elderly with understanding and responding to speech. It's invigorating to see young people using technology to empower people of all abilities. -SN

















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