Tue, Dec 01, 2020

  • Microsoft will not love this news but developers have emulated old Sony PlayStation games onto the new Microsoft Xbox Series X and S gaming consoles.
    Play old Sony PlayStation games on new Microsoft Xbox series
    Using a technology called RetroArch emulator, developers worked on the Developer Mode in Xbox Series X/S gaming consoles which can help add the emulation software as a Universal Windows Application (UWA).It allows users to download a retail version of the emulation software directly to their gaming console, reports The Verge.Microsoft doesn't officially support this kind of emulation and PCSX2 support is still in progress.To add RetroArch to Xbox using Developer Mod, one needs to pay a $19 registration fee to be part of Microsoft's Developer programme.They can then download the Dev mode activation app from the Xbox store.Once the app is downloaded, one can connect to your Xbox from a web browser using your local network and add the RetroArch UWA files.However, the newly-launched Sony PlayStation 5 does not offer this functionality....
  • Spotify testing Instagram-like Stories feature Spotify testing Instagram-like Stories feature

    The Stories feature was seen on Spotify's Christmas Hits playlist on both iOS and Android apps.

  • GM veteran Jose Pinheiro to head Ola's electric biz operations GM veteran Jose Pinheiro to head Ola's electric biz operations

    Ride-hailing major Ola on Monday said it has appointed former General Motors executive Jose Pinheiro as Head of Global Manufacturing and Operations for its electric business.

  • Kaspersky partners Indian CERT-In to create secure cyberspace Kaspersky partners Indian CERT-In to create secure cyberspace

    In a bid to create a safe and secure cyber space in India, cybersecurity firm Kaspersky on Monday singed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-In) at the...

  • 5G connection to reach 3.5 billion globally, 350 mn in India by 2026: Report 5G connection to reach 3.5 billion globally, 350 mn in India by 2026: Report

    5G connections across the globe are estimated to be 3.5 billion and India will account for 350 million subscriptions by 2026, according to a report by telecom company Ericsson.

  • Here are top games you must play on Sony PS5, Xbox Series Here are top games you must play on Sony PS5, Xbox Series

    The next generation of Microsoft Xbox Series X/S and the Sony PlayStation 5 consoles are fast disappearing from the shelves and those who are the lucky ones can play these games to elevate their...

  • Launch of Soyuz rocket rescheduled due to bad weather Launch of Soyuz rocket rescheduled due to bad weather

    The launch of a Russian Soyuz-ST-A rocket with Falcon Eye 2 satellite for the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has ben postponed until December 1 due to bad weather, Director General of Roscosmos Dmitry...

  • Jabra launches true wireless earbuds in India for Rs 18,999 Jabra launches true wireless earbuds in India for Rs 18,999

    Denmark-based wearable brand Jabra on Monday launched a true wireless earbuds Jabra Elite 85t for Rs 18,999 in the India market.

  • Xiaomi Mi 11 to be launched in Jan 2021: Report Xiaomi Mi 11 to be launched in Jan 2021: Report

    Xiaomi Mi 10, Mi 10 Pro flagship phones went official in February this year. A new report claims that the smartphone maker may announce the Xiaomi Mi 11 as well as Mi 11 Pro in January 2021.

  • Global smartphone sales down 5.7 pc in Q3: Gartner Global smartphone sales down 5.7 pc in Q3: Gartner

    Global smartphone sales to end users totaled 366 million units in the third quarter of 2020, down 5.7 per cent from the same period last year, a Gartner report said on Monday.