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25th November – 1952 Mousetrap Opens In London

“The Mousetrap,” a murder-mystery written by the novelist and playwright Agatha Christie, opens at the Ambassadors Theatre in London. The crowd-pleasing whodunit would go on to become the longest continuously running play in history, with more than 10 million people to date attending its more than 20,000 performances in London’s West End.

Queen Mary, wife of the late King George V. Initially called “Three Blind Mice,” it debuted as a 30-minute radio play on the queen’s 80th birthday in 1947. Christie later extended the play and renamed it “The Mousetrap”—a reference to the play-within-a-play performed in William Shakespeare’s “Hamlet.”

On November 25, 1952, 453 people took their seats in the Ambassadors Theatre for the London premiere of Christie’s “Mousetrap.” The drama is played out at “Monkswell Manor,” whose hosts and guests are snowed in among radio reports of a murderer on the loose. Soon a detective shows up on skis with the terrifying news that the murderer, and probably the next victim, are likely both among their number. Continue reading “25th November – 1952 Mousetrap Opens In London”

SALE – One Plus Two Devices Are Available Without Invite (25th Nov To 27th Nov)

One Plus is the Chinese tech start-up. However, the company provides devices through invite system. The One Plus devices are popular among the users. One Plus devices are like a complete package.

The company’s invite system, which requires prospective buyers to have an invite before being able to order the phone, has come under fire, despite being a necessity for the startup. With the launch of the OnePlus 2, the company had promised widespread availability of invites and open sales, and buyers in India now have their chance to buy the phone invite-free for the next three days.

Many times users find difficulties in buying the phones just because of invite system. Due to this the phone stays available for few minutes or hours only. But now if are planning to buy One Plus and searching for invites then no need to do that.

OnePlus 2’s open sale will start at 12 AM on November 25 and ends on November 27 11.59 pm. Usually customers need an invite to buy the OnePlus 2, but on these two days you should be able to buy the phone without one. The 64GB version of the OnePlus 2 costs Rs 24,999 on Amazon India.

Buy One Plus 2 Now – No Invite Required

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Call of Duty : Black Ops III – Back in Black

Back in Black

Call of Duty: Black Ops III is far from the best game in the franchise, but there is still plenty to keep you hooked

With annualised franchises, especially ones like Call of Duty, it’s tough to inject creative elements into these games year after year. Different studios may tackle Call of Duty on an alternating yearly basis, but of course, the core gameplay always remains the same. If you’re one of those gamers who has already been burnt out by the games over the past ten odd years, Black Ops III probably won’t bring you back. If, on the other hand, you’re new to the series, or are a veteran who needs his/her yearly dose of Call of Duty, this year’s Black Ops III has plenty to offer.

Like last year’s Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, the theme for this year’s game is once again the future. This means you gain access to futuristic exoskeleton suits that allow for some free-form movement just like in Respawn’s Titanfall. You can wall run, climb ledges with ease, punch harder, jump higher and further than before, and it really does feel fluid.

Besides new movement abilities, you now have access to a bunch of new skills that actually add certain sandbox elements to your run of the mill Call of Duty gameplay. Normally, Call of Duty games funnel players from point A to point B while you shoot everything in sight.

This time around, you still do that, but at the same time, due to your varied skill set, you can choose how you do so. Do you hack an enemy’s turret and turn it against them? Do you temporarily seize up their armour while you assault them with a hail of gunfire? Or do you run straight through a bunch of soldiers and robots as if they were made of paper? Every level presents a myriad of such options, and when you add in the ability to play the campaign with three other players co-operatively, you’re looking at a game with a lot of choices, and a whole lot of replay value. Continue reading “Call of Duty : Black Ops III – Back in Black”

November 20 1985 – Windows 1.0

Today is a big day for Microsoft’s Windows operating system. For those who do not remember, November 10th, 1983, was the day that a young Bill Gates introduced Windows 1.0 to the world as an operating system that would help start the PC revolution and change the way we use computers to this day. Today, we celebrate the 30th birthday of Windows.

On this day in 1983, Microsoft’s Bill Gates first unveiled the Windows operating system for PCs. It wasn’t actually until November 20th 1985, however, until the first version was officially released to manufacturing. The screenshot above is what the graphical interface of Windows 1.01 looked like. Colorful, flat, lots of white space. It kind of sounds like how you’d describe some popular mobile interfaces today.

When it was presented at a swanky New York event, the first version of Windows required two floppy disk drives and 192KB of RAM. That sounds downright ancient compared to the specs we see in phones and tablets. Windows 1.0 offered dropdown menus, tiled windows, mouse support, device-independent graphics, and the ability to run multiple applications at the same time. That’s essentially the same approach of today’s desktop and mobile operating systems.

Gates actually promised the very first version of Windows would be out by early 1984, but setbacks delayed the launch until more than a year later. By this time Apple had already released Lisa, with other competition coming from VisiOn and IBM’s TopView, the latter of which was announced in 1984.

Once Windows 1.0 was made available, it was met with mixed reviews, with one New York Times article in particular bashing the sluggish performance of Windows on a system with 512KB of RAM. The reviewer at the time compared Windows’s performance to “pouring molasses in the Arctic.” Today you can upgrade to 32GB of RAM and higher in desktop computers, showing the extreme progress of technology over the years.

Related : How to make your existing os look like windows 10

History

WINDOWS 1.0 (1985)

Windows 1.0 (1985)

  • Where it all began: Windows 1.0 introduced a GUI, mouse support, and important apps.

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Be nice to people on your way up because you’ll meet them on your way down.

– Wilson Mizner

Facebook’s New App “Work Chat” – App That You Can Use At Work Place

Facebook has just released a new app to go along with it called Work Chat. The app is basically the same as Facebook Messenger only just for co-workers.

You can do things like send photographs and recordings, message individuals exclusively or in gatherings, incorporates free voice calls, and even gives you a chance to send stickers.

facebook work chat app

• Send a message to one of your collaborators or make a gathering talk with a couple of them. With visit heads, you can stay aware of the discussion while utilizing different applications.

• See a catalog of different workers and begin new discussions effortlessly.

• Turn off notices when you’re out of town or simply would prefer not to be irritated.

Download Work Chat By Facebook

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Hangouts Guest Mode – Now Get Access To Hangouts without Any Account

As you know Google’s Hangouts service enables you to keep in touch. Message friends, start free video or voice calls, and hop on a conversation with one person or a group.

After GIF support and video call up to 10 friends and many more.

Hangout is brining a new feature that will allow the user to do video call with out having an Hangouts account or I can say Google account.

How to Use

All users will have to do now is click on a link to the Hangout, type in their name in a pop-up box, and then “Request to Join.”

Meeting organizers will receive a prompt to accept or deny entry to users who are trying to join a Hangout. They will also have access to tools to mute or remove participants if necessary. That’s it !!

Joining a meeting should be as easy as walking into a room. That should be the case whether you’re meeting in person, or face-to-face over video. This week we’re rolling out an update to Google Hangouts that makes joining a video call as simple as clicking a link in an invitation. No filling in forms, no need for a Google account, just simple, easy access to meetings.

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Receive Facebook Notifications Without Facebook App

Adicted to facebook ? Searching for the best possible solution for receiving notification on your device without having Facebook app.

Yes, it is possible to receive notification from facebook without having facebook app. Facebook application has a few issues that you may know about. Without a doubt, it has been “enhanced”, however can in any case demonstration like a bloated and information hungry thing. In any case, not utilizing the Facebook application to spare battery and information implies no Facebook warnings, isn’t that so? Off-base. I’ll demonstrate you three simple approaches to still get Facebook warnings without the Facebook application.

1. Get Chrome notifications

This is a relatively new addition to the Facebook tips list. As of mid-September, Chrome now allows you to use the web version of Facebook and still get push notifications. This is basically the best thing to ever happen to non-fans of the Facebook app.

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Chrome browser can now deliver your Facebook notifications.

You can now enjoy all the data and battery-saving features of Facebook web view without missing out on notifications. Just log into Facebook in Chrome on your phone and when the pop-up request to send notifications appears, tap Allow. Continue reading “Receive Facebook Notifications Without Facebook App”

November 18 – 1928 – Mickey Mouse’s Birthday

Mickey Mouse turns 87 this Wednesday. Mickey Mouse is Walt Disney’s beloved and iconic character.

To quote Walt Disney himself, ” I only hope that we never lose sight of one thing – that it was all started by a mouse.”

Today we celebrate Mickey Mouse’s Birthday.  According to Wikipedia, Mickey made his official debut in the short film “Steamboat Willie” on November 18, 1928.

In honor of today’s milestone, here are some fun facts about Mickey Mouse you may not know:

Walt Disney initially named Mickey Mouse “Mortimer,” until his wife, Lily, suggested “Mickey” was a better choice.Ub Iwerks was the sole animator for Mickey Mouse in “Plane Crazy,” and produced an estimated 700 drawings per day for the film, some  in Walt’s garage.The short film “Steamboat Willie” was the first short starring Mickey Mouse released, but was actually the third created. The first two, “Plane Crazy” and “The Gallopin’ Gaucho,” initially failed to find distributors, but were picked up and released later. Continue reading “November 18 – 1928 – Mickey Mouse’s Birthday”

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