OnePlus has collaborated with refurbishing website ReGlobe to introduce an exchange and buyback offer on old smartphones. It will offer invites for the new OnePlus 2, OnePlus X under the scheme.
The offer is valid only till December 31, 2015 and customers need to register on the Reglobe site or on the OnePlus website here.
Visit the above link for further process.
Under this scheme a person who wish to exchange the device needs to provide the details including the device they wish to exchange. After that ReGlobe will send a quote for the device and if it is accepted, then the customer can go ahead with the exchange offer.
1) One Plus One
2) One Plus Two
3) One Plus X
are eligible under this scheme. OnePlus invites to buy these phones will come with an expiration date, so a customer needs to buy them within the time-period provided by the company.
Company is offering 2 different scheme. Checkout the scheme below.
Moreover connections on WhatsApp will now bolster rich sneak peak. A rich sneak peak demonstrates the feature and a thumbnail picture when you send the connection, like how connections show up when you share them on Facebook. Clients will have the choice of excluding a rich review when sending a connection.
Here as shown in picture the link is previewed with an featured image.
Android M clients will likewise get support for Android Direct share, which gives them a chance to rapidly pick a particular visit when sharing substance from different applications. For India clients, the application now bolsters Bengali and Urdu scripts also.
The Hughes Flying Boat—the largest aircraft ever built—is piloted by designer Howard Hughes on its first and only flight. Built with laminated birch and spruce, the massive wooden aircraft had a wingspan longer than a football field and was designed to carry more than 700 men to battle.
Howard Hughes was a successful Hollywood movie producer when he founded the Hughes Aircraft Company in 1932. He personally tested cutting-edge aircraft of his own design and in 1937 broke the transcontinental flight-time record. In 1938, he flew around the world in a record three days, 19 hours, and 14 minutes.
Are you looking for the custom ringtones for your iPhone? Do you want your iPhone sounds like other phones? Do you want to have custom ringtones like other phones, then checkout the way to have such ringtones.
Option 1: iTunes
You know you can buy apps, music and movies from the iTunes Store, but did you know it sells ringtones as well? It’s not immediately obvious if you don’t know where to look.
Open the iTunes app on your phone, tap More (bottom right corner) and then tap Tones. Voilà! A whole section devoted to ringtones.
Many of these are songs, but if you tap the Genres button and scroll down to the bottom of the list, you’ll see categories including Dialogue and Sound Effects. That’s where you can score ‘tones like R2-D2 beeping and booping, a T-Rex roar from “Jurassic Park,” and spoken-word clips from all manner of movies and TV shows. You can tap the thumbnail for any ringtone to hear a sample.
iTunes’ ringtones sell for 99 cents or $1.29. When you tap to buy one, you’ll see options including Set as Default Ringtone, Set as Default Text Tone (for text messages, naturally) and Assign to a Contact. You can, of course, modify any of these options later on, as well as tap Done to complete the setup later.
This is the major advantage to spending money on ringtones: They’re automatically added to your phone, right on your phone, no conversion or hoop-jumping required.
Option 2: DIY ringtones
If you’d rather not spend any cash, however, or you want music or sounds not available through iTunes, consider the DIY approach.
Gaming culture stands on the brink of the dawn of the virtual reality age. In various stages of development right now is something we like to call the VR Triad. Oculus Rift will cater to the high-end PC gamers, Gear VR will target the mobile crowd, and PlayStation VR will be the consumer model between the previous two in terms of features and price point. Over the coming years we’ll no doubt see many games and software developed specifically for the VR platforms, but there are some games of today that could very well fit into the VR future with a quick port job. Here are some of those games.
A third-person game in VR could be possible because there are already a couple coming to the Rift, including Insomniac’s Edge of Nowhere. I chose Bloodborne because Yarnham is a grotesque city that has had a lot of polish go into it and the atmosphere surrounding it. Hence, PlayStation VR should look to porting Bloodborne because the city needs to be seen in all its malformed splendour. Also, some of the boss fights absolutely need to be seen in VR. Bloodborne fans know which ones I’m talking about.
There’s an upgrade coming soon for the Google Play store, if pictures posted by one Google software engineer are to be accepted. Kirill Grouchnikov, who has taken a shot at the application for right around six years and is proceeding onward to another group in the organization, transferred the photos above and beneath to his Google+ account. It doesn’t resemble an aggregate redesign of the Play store’s outline, yet it’s surely fresher, with smooth livelinesss and another format.
The store seems as though it will be partitioned into two fundamental segments: Apps and Games and Entertainment. (This would supplant the six classifications of the present Play store: Apps, Games, Movies and TV, Music, Books, and Newsstand.)
New animations sliding from section to section.
We’re not sure when Android users can expect to get their hands on the new design, but they probably won’t have to wait long judging by Grouchnikov’s use of the #soon hashtag. (But then again, he also uses the #uhhnggngyeh hashtag repeatedly, and who knows what that means when it comes to update schedules.)
With the PC business sector waning and Microsoft itself now giving a best’s percentage Windows 10 models (like the capable Surface Book convertible), outsider OEMs need to accomplish something to emerge. That is maybe why Acer has chosen to put an inside battery in its 17.3-inch Aspire Z3-700 holding nothing back one (AIO) to make it more roadworthy. It’s not the first AIO to do this trap – Dell’s mixture XPS 18 did it a few years back, and Lenovo’s 27-inch Horizon 2 takes the thought to the amazing. The Z3-700 is one of the lightest and longest enduring we’ve seen at 2-kilograms (4.4 pounds), however. That proposes it’s more a major tablet than an AIO, however Acer says the double kickstand and 1080p, 10-point multi-touch screen additionally make it a commendable desktop PC. Continue reading “Acer Makes Its New All-In-One Portable”→
Hike Messenger was launched a few years back on 12 December 2012 located in Delhi & Bangalore. Hike is a cross-platform instant messaging service for smartphones that uses the internet for communication. In addition to text messaging, users can send each other graphical stickers, emoticons, images, videos, audios, files, voice messages, contacts and user location.
Recently Hike introduced new features in app update like :