Opera had confirmed earlier this year that it would build a cryptocurrency wallet inside its Android browser. The company has followed through on that promise and confirmed today that the latest version of its browser does indeed come with a cryptocurrency wallet. The announcement was made at a blockchain event in London today.
The latest version of Opera for Android comes with a built-in crypto wallet. It will enable users to make transactions online and also securely store their digital tokens within the browser itself.
Back in the day, Command & Conquer was one of the more popular RTS games available, although in recent times we haven’t really heard much about the franchise, at least until earlier this year when EA announced Command & Conquer: Rivals which would be a game released for mobile.
The game was set for a release on the 4th of December and if you’ve been thinking about getting your hands on the game, you’ll be pleased to learn that it is now available for both iOS and Android devices. The game will be free-to-play, but given the popularity of the free-to-play model, there will be in-app purchases/
Kobukuro's songs are now available on music subscription services such as Apple Music, Spotify, and LINE MUSIC.
The songs that are available include all of their singles from their major debut single "YELL / Bell" as well as songs from nine of their original albums. Others include their collaboration song with Ayaka, "WINDING ROAD," and songs from their cover album "ALL COVERS BEST."
Sony today announced that it’s considerably expanding the lineup of games available on its PlayStation Now game streaming service ahead of the holidays. It has added 50 new titles to PlayStation Now which subscribers will be able to access starting today. The game streaming service’s library now has over 275 PS4 games to stream or download.
The service doesn’t just offer PlayStation 4 titles to subscribers. They can play some PlayStation 2 and PlayStation 3 games as well. It has a total of more than 700 games spanning all three generations.
For companies such as Google and Facebook, the more we use their products, the better it is for them as it means more time spent on their platform, which means more exposure to ads. However spending too much time with our devices can be bad for our health, which is also why companies such as Google and Facebook have introduced digital wellbeing initiatives.
Google’s digital wellbeing initiative was initially announced at I/O earlier this year, and was available as a beta back in August. The good news is that if such management features are of interest to you, then you might be pleased to learn that the app is now out of beta and is available to users of Pixel and Android One devices that are running on Android 9.0 Pie.
If you’ve enjoyed Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed franchise and would not mind playing it on your phones, then you’ll be pleased to learn that Assassin’s Creed Rebellion is now available for download on both iOS and Android devices. The game was initially pegged for a release on the 21st of November, but it seems to have gone live a day earlier than expected.
According to Ubisoft’s description of the mobile game, “Taking the series back to 15th century Spain, at the height of the Inquisition, Rebellion lets players found their own Brotherhood by building a base and recruiting up to 40 characters. These Assassins include a mix of new faces and familiar ones, including Ezio, Aguilar, Maria, Shao Jun, Machiavelli, and Claudia Auditore; once recruited, they can be assembled in three-person squads and sent to infiltrate Templar strongholds in tactical missions.”
Earlier this year Nikon announced two new cameras in the form of the Nikon Z6 and Z7. The Nikon Z7 was launched a few months ago and if you recall, earlier this month it was reported that the Nikon Z6 would be launching this month. For those who are interested, you’ll be pleased to learn that the camera is now in stock.
The camera will be available from the likes of Adorama, B&H, and Amazon where it will be priced at roughly around $2,600 for the model with the kit-lens. For those who don’t need the kit lens and want the body-only, it will retail for around $2,000, making it cheaper than the Nikon Z7 which is the higher-end of the two.
Back in September, Nintendo unveiled official NES controllers designed for the Nintendo Switch. For those who are interested in the controllers, an announcement on Nintendo’s Twitter page has revealed that the controllers are now available for pre-order where they are expected to begin shipping out to customers mid-December.
For those learning about these controllers for the first time, these are controllers designed to be similar to those used with the NES console back in the day. According to Nintendo, they have been designed so that gamers have a more “authentic” way of playing NES games on the Switch. However they are exclusive to Switch Online subscribers, so if you’re not subscribed, you won’t be able to buy them direct from Nintendo.
A lot of times to simplify the overall process and to help users, companies usually include automatic backup tools that backs up your data once a day. However being able to choose when is also a good option to have, and for Android users, the good news is that it looks like manual backup is now rolling out for your devices.
Last month there was a report that Android users would soon get the option to manually backup their devices to Google Drive, and now a report from 9to5Google has revealed that the feature is now rolling out to users. Prior to this, the automatic backup feature was limited to a device that was charging and connected to WiFi.