Microsoft has found a way to install a Windows 10 ROM on Android phones and is currently testing it out with a group of "power users" in China who are using Xiaomi Mi 4 Android devices. This announcement was made by the company during its major announcement that the latest version of their operating system will soon be available to the public.
According to a Windows blog, Terry Myerson wrote: "Through a new program with Xiaomi, one of the top smartphone distributors in the world, a select group of Xiaomi Mi 4 power users will be invited to help test Windows 10 and contribute to its future release later this year. These power users will have the opportunity to download the Windows 10 Technical Preview – installing it and providing their feedback to Microsoft."
Xiaomi in a separate statement clarified that this is not a formal partnership and that Microsoft is "working directly with select members of our Xiaomi fan community in China" in this "experimental program." According to a report in BGR, Microsoft will create a custom build of Windows 10 and have select Mi 4 users who are already familiar with installing custom ROMs use it on their devices. Xiaomi also reiterated their commitment to the Android ecosystem. more >>
2K Sports has just released its latest "NBA 2K15" locker codes, more exclusive store items, and discounts on the game this month.
Fans of the basketball simulation game, "NBA 2K15" can now get their hands on the newly released set of locker codes from video game publisher, 2K Sports, including three new store items and other store markdowns for March.
Game developer Visual Concepts, released new locker codes to give players a chance to add iconic Boston Celtics player Larry Bird into their MyTeam with code "MRQ6P-JJ6XG-AQRV7-TFMXU-3U62C." They also have the option to unlock Pink Diamond Tracy McGrady using the code "13N35SECONDS," the Gold Pack with code "FEATHERBEARD," and add Miami Heat's LeBron James with code "KINGJAMESONFIRE." more >>
The latest resurrection of The Pirate Bay has successfully thwarted global efforts at ISP-level site blocking and other threats, giving users an easier downloading process from the site.
After its most recent resurgence following its December 2014 raid and shutdown by Swedish police, BitTorrent site, The Pirate Bay has come back stronger than ever, resisting site blocks from ISPs and circumventing DDos attacks and other shut down measures.
After the raid last year that put the site effectively offline and resulted in the arrest of a crew member, TPB rose from the ashes with a phoenix logo on its domain in Jan. 31 this year. The new site has effectively skirted threats to its current existence on the web by recruiting a middleman company to sift through the enormous amounts of traffic to thepiratebay.se. more >>
Following the footsteps of their big sister, Kim Kardashian, Kylie and Kendall Jenner are planning to cash in on their popularity through their own mobile game app. The youngest members of Jenner-Kardashian brood recently announced their new venture through Instagram.
The sisters will be working with Glu Mobile, the same game developers who released their sister Kim's game called "Kim Kardashian: Hollywood." The game reportedly earned a whopping $74 million last year and is projected to earn around $200 million this year, according to a report in ET Online.
Their announcement featured a preview of how their characters will look like in the game. Glu Mobile on the other hand, gave out some details about the game in a press release: "Featuring the voices, likenesses, and creative influences of Kendall and Kylie, the game will allow players to interact with the sisters as friends and mentors as they work to realize their creative and career aspirations." more >>
Everyone knew it would be a great year for the mobile industry when LG and Xiaomi announced two powerful devices in January. Xiaomi unleashed its brand new Mi Note Pro and Mi Note to the delight of its Chienese fans. LG also had its fair share of the spotlight as it unveiled the next-generation of its curved LG G Flex.
More than two months later and the Korean manufacturer will reportedly release the Android-powered phone in India. According to a report by GSM Arena, the LG G Flex 2 will hit Indian stores, and probably some India-based carriers by the end of the month.
The device has already received huge attention in its home market in Korea, and it is now on its way to dominate the international scene as well. Interested buyers of the new LG device will need to save up Rs. 55,000 or around $878. more >>
Windows 10 is finally hitting the market a couple of months from now, and most PC fans are already excited about what this new OS can offer them. However, as early as now, there are some reports claiming that the Win10 is already DOA or dead or arrival mainly because the market has waited too long for Microsoft.
Now, according to a report by GSM Arena, it looks like the Redmond, Wash.-based technology giant has partnered with one of China's biggest companies in order to bring the new Windows 10 to the world's biggest market.
In the report, Lenovo will allegedly offer Windows 10 upgrade services all throughout the Asian nation. In addition, the electronics company will also develop new smartphones running Win10. more >>