Latest Version Of Opera For Android Gives Any Webpage A Dark Mode

Latest Version Of Opera For Android Gives Any Webpage A Dark Mode

These days, we’re seeing more smartphones and apps introducing dark mode. In case the name wasn’t already familiar, dark mode basically gives an app a dark appearance where it is supposed to be easier to use in low-light situations. It also has the added benefit of being better for battery life, especially with devices that use OLED displays.

However, the downside is that dark mode is generally implemented by the developers themselves. What this means is that if a developer chooses not to support dark mode, then that’s just to bad for the user. The good news is that if you use Opera’s browser for Android, it seems that the company’s browser will be more than happy to help.

Perfume Unveil Movie Version Pv For 'saisei'

Perfume unveil movie version PV for 'Saisei'

Perfume have unveiled the movie ver. music video for their new song "Saisei." 

"Saisei" was written as the theme song for the movie 'Shijinsou no Satsujin' to open in theaters on December 13 and will be released digitally on November 29. The video features various scenes from the movie. 

Sony Xperia 5 Is A Smaller Version Of The Xperia 1

Sony Xperia 5 Is A Smaller Version Of The Xperia 1

While Sony has been kind of quiet on the smartphone front, at least compared to the likes of Samsung, Huawei, and Xiaomi, it doesn’t mean that they are no longer creating devices. In fact, if you are interested in getting your hands on a new Sony Xperia smartphone, then you might be interested to learn that the Xperia 5 has been officially announced.

This will make it the second flagship smartphone to come from Sony this year, where it seems that based on its specs, it will actually be a slightly smaller version of the Xperia 1 which was launched earlier this year. We’re not sure how Sony arrived on the Xperia 5 instead of the Xperia 2, but that’s the name that they are going with.

Oneplus Tv To Run On An 'optimized' Version Of Android Tv

OnePlus TV To Run On An 'Optimized' Version Of Android TV

However, if you do prefer the Android TV operating system, you’ll be pleased to learn that the upcoming OnePlus TV will be running on Google’s software. In an interview with Gadgets360, OnePlus CEO Pete Lau was quoted as saying, “One more key selling point that I want to highlight is that we are really optimising the Android TV system which I don’t see a lot of brands in Indian market [doing]. Because of our great partnership with Google, not only do we use their Android TV system but we also optimise it very deeply.”

He adds, “I’ve seen some premium or high-end TVs currently available in the market. Some of the TVs might have great quality but in terms of user experience they are not doing very well. And vice versa — I’ve seen some TVs may have great user experience but they are not very high-end or premium. But for us to do a great TV the definition is — great quality and great user experience. So this is what we want to achieve as the first step.”

Alpine A110s: A Hotter Version Of The Mid-engine Sports Car We All Want

Alpine A110S: a hotter version of the mid-engine sports car we all want

We're still salty about not getting the wondrous Alpine A110 mid-engine sports car in America. Count us extra jealous today, though, because Alpine just revealed a hotted-up A110S variant with more performance and new styling.

The 1.8-liter four-cylinder gets a 40-horsepower boost to 288. Torque remains the same at 236 pound-feet. Acceleration to 62 mph happens in just 4.4 seconds, which is one tenth of a second quicker than before. The extra power comes from increased boost pressure, and peak power is reached 400 rpm higher in the rev range at 6,400 rpm. Power is still sent to the rear wheels through a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission.

Lexus Is Legitimately Releasing A 60,000-hour Version Of Its 'takumi' Documentary

Lexus is legitimately releasing a 60,000-hour version of its 'Takumi' documentary

In an age when many people determine expertise and authority by a blue check next to a Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram account, the idea of a true expert at his or her craft has been somewhat washed out. It is no longer an expectation, it's a rarity, and Lexus is honoring those who show true dedication to the art and science of practice. On March 19, Lexus will release a documentary about reaching takumi status, the highest level an artisan in Japan can attain by putting in 60,000 hours of work.

Lexus first debuted this documentary, "Takumi – A 60,000-Hour Story on the Survival of Human Craft," at the DOC NYC film festival in New York. The film, which Lexus calls a character-driven study, has two forms. The feature version will debut on Amazon Prime and other streaming services, but that's technically a cut from the full-length 60,000-hour version. Yes, 60,000 hours, that's not a typo. The elongated cut will feature loops and repetitions of various skills as a way to imitate and display what it takes to become a takumi craftsman.