Blizzard Announces New Hearthstone Expansion – Mean Streets of Gadgetzan

Blizzard Announces New Hearthstone Expansion - Mean Streets of GadgetzanBlizzard Announces New Hearthstone Expansion – Mean Streets of Gadgetzan
At BlizzCon 2016, Blizzard made tons of announcements that included a new Overwatch character and a content patch for Diablo 3. Among the announcements, Blizzard also announced a fourth expansion for free-to-play collectible card game. ‘Mean Streets of Gadgetzan’ is the latest major content addition that will bring 132 new cards to the game.

As the title suggests, Gadgetzan is a lawless land and a haven for criminals of Azeroth. Three crime families rule the streets here, each with a powerful figurehead. Each one of the families are associated with three of Hearthstone’s classes which comes with its unique benefits that rival families lack. Players will need to choose their family wisely while building their decks.
The Mean Streets of Gadgetzan card packs can be won in Hearthstone’s Arena mode. The card packs is also purchasable with in-game gold or real money.
The new expansion will be available across Windows, PC, iOS and Android from early December according to Blizzard’s website. Players can also pre-order Mean Streets of Gadgetzan card packs in a special 50-pack bundle for $49.99 (approx. Rs. 3,300).

Apart from announcing the new expansion, Blizzard also revealed 21 of the the 132 new cards. One of the many interesting cards here is Kazakus, who happens to be one of the bosses of the three families and has the ability to create a custom spell if your deck has no duplicates. You can head to Blizzard’s official site to know more about the expansion and its cards.

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Apple’s iOS 10 Beta Hints at Lots of Change – Not All of It Welcome

Apple's iOS 10 Beta Hints at Lots of Change - Not All of It Welcome

Apple is releasing a new version of its mobile operating system this fall, bringing the company up to a nice round number: iOS 10.

Ahead of launch, Apple is allowing anyone to test the software and give their feedback. First, I would not recommend that most people download this beta. Bugs are par for the course with all early software and could try the patience of those who don’t test imperfect things for fun. Many apps behave strangely with the beta since it hasn’t gotten its final polish yet.

That’s particularly true with this system. After a week with the beta, I’m confused about where Apple is heading with this update. It’s true that this build is, by definition, not ready for primetime and it would be unfair to fully review it. But it is still basically the same software that will hit millions of devices in just a few months and is just not as good as I’ve come to expect from Apple.

(Also see: How to Download and Install iOS 10 Beta on iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch)
There are many things I like. Apple has enhanced the Health functions to track sleep, among other new data. This system also lets you erase icons for some of the pre-installed apps (Tips, Watch, etc.) that many relegate to a permanently unused folder on their phones anyway.

Apple has also done some work on Messages, that makes it easier to send music, sketches, .gifs and photos. You can also send very large emoji. It’s sort of silly, but definitely fun.

The features are welcome changes. That can’t be said of other tweaks to the system overall, which seem to move away from the logical, simple design that make Apple stand out in the first place.

Many menus and navigation screens have gained extra panels in iOS 10, which have the effect of making each individual pane more simple, but complicate navigation overall. For example, the control center that appears when you swipe up from the bottom of the screen now has two sections — one with the Bluetooth, brightness and other familiar panel controls, plus a second just for music and volume.

These controls used to be on one screen, and there was no real reason to add a second. In fact, it took me a couple days to even realize the volume control was there at all.

These menus look a lot like the bubbly, almost empty layout you see on notifications for the Apple Watch. But sparse design makes sense on that small of a screen. While it’s understandable – even admirable – for Apple to want to unify the look of its systems across devices, it hasn’t been done in a user-focused way. That’s unusual for Apple.

(Also see: iOS 10 Features: 10 Big Ones Unveiled at WWDC 2016)

Apple has also changed the lock screen so that richer notifications can be accessed on their own screen with a simple swipe to the right, in addition to being accessible by dragging down from the top. You can also search for apps from this new section on the lock screen. That’s a win for convenience, but not for privacy. I changed the widgets that I put in my notifications screen because they felt more exposed in the new layout.

Others may want to turn off the ability to get the notification center on their lock screen altogether, through settings in the Touch ID and Passcode menu.

Many of these complaints may sound like small cosmetic gripes, and admittedly some of them are. Others, though, are more serious. And all illustrate my genuine puzzlement about why Apple is changing the feel of a system that has helped propel it to such great heights.

There’s still time for the company to squash the bugs and refine the software — something that will definitely happen. But if the rough sketch of the beta is anything to go by, users will have to prepare for changes that may confuse them once the fall comes.

© 2016 The Washington Post

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Pokemon Go Now Available to Download in UK, Germany – When is India?

Pokemon Go Now Available to Download in UK, Germany - When is India?

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Pokemon Go is now available in Germany
  • This should result in an international release soon
  • Some speculate a Thursday release for the game worldwide

Earlier in the week we reported that Pokemon Go was slated for a worldwide release soon. It seems that Niantic and The Pokemon Company are sticking to this. Reason being, the game is finally available in the UK and Germany. This is in addition to Australia, New Zealand, and the US which got it last week. This means we should see a roll out to other regions like India, China, and Japan soon enough.

(Also see: How to Download, Install, and Play Pokemon Go Right Now)

“UK Trainers, the wait is over. #PokemonGO is now officially available to be installed from Google Play or iTunes,” tweeted the official Pokemon Go account. The version available is the name out in other markets such as Germany, Australia, New Zealand, and the US, version 1.02 on iOS and version 0.29.2 on Android.

According to the Pokemon Go subreddit, users in Germany are able to access the game officially.

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“You can now download Pokemon Go in Germany from the App Store. First you have to uninstall your current Version then reinstall it from the AppStore and use the same Login as before to continue with everything that you already got,” the post reads before explaining how eager fans can bypass potential issues if they obtained the game earlier.

“You can either just use the version you already have and just update it from the App Store without reinstalling OR you have to uninstall it because the App Store will tell you that it is still “not available in your country” after you uninstalled it you can refresh the Store and it should be available.”

(Also see: Pokemon Go APK Could Hijack Your Phone: How to Check If It’s Genuine)

Some speculate a Thursday launch the world over is in the offing given Apple’s App Store policies.

“The App Store usually refreshes with new releases and big updates on Thursday to enable users the entire weekend to browse and purchase,” a developer tells Gadgets 360.

(Also see: Pokemon Go Tips and Tricks)

As per The Wall Street Journal, you can expect it in your country soon. It claims that “people familiar with plans for the game said it would likely be available in other regions, including Europe, Japan, and other Asian nations within a few days.”

This bodes well for an official Indian release. Even more so when you consider that previous Nintendo efforts such as Miitomo have ignored the country altogether.

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Pokemon Go International Release Delayed – Here’s Why

Pokemon Go International Release Delayed - Here's Why

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Pokemon Go has been down for a number of users
  • This is due to overcapacity of its servers
  • Until this is fixed, Pokemon Go will not release in other regions

While Pokemon Go is officially available in Australia, New Zealand, and the US, it’s yet to make its way to other nations such as India and Japan. This has resulted in a slew of fans the world over to sideload the game. Well, at least on Android.

(Also see: Pokemon Go International Release Date Soon: Report)

The impact of these players, in addition to those in countries where Pokemon Go is available, is that the game has been uplayable for a vast number of people due to its servers unable to deal with the load. So much so that developer Niantic who made Pokemon Go along with Nintendo and The Pokemon Company is delaying its release in other markets till this is fixed.

“We thought the game would be popular, but it obviously struck a nerve,” Niantic CEO John Hanke saidto Business Insider, stating that the launch in other countries has been “paused until we’re comfortable”. Despite the rabid interest the franchise has generated over the years, something Niantic is aware of, it has been caught by surprise.

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(Also see: Playing Pokemon Go in India? Here’s Everything You Need to Know)

Earlier this week, the game was discovered on Australia and New Zealand app stores. Usually, most developers use these markets to test out certain aspects of the game such as microtransaction prices and certain design elements. We’ve seen that with titles from other big name publishers like Rovio and EA. Chances are, the same applies here. The US launch seems like a knee-jerk reaction and server overloads seem like a result of this. The fact that the game is easily accessible on Android for those not in the aforementioned markets simply compounds matters.

Nonetheless, we’ve got the game working just fine. You can check out our impressions here.

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The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt – Game of the Year Edition for PC, PS4, and Xbox One Confirmed

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt - Game of the Year Edition for PC, PS4, and Xbox One Confirmed

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Popular and critically acclaimed RPG The Witcher 3 will be re-released
  • This has been confirmed by developer CD Projekt RED
  • It should include all DLC, post-game content, and sport the same price

After a listing on the German age-ratings board USK revealed the existence of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt- Game of the Year Edition for PC, PS4, and Xbox One, developer CD Projekt RED has confirmed it is indeed in the works.

“The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt was a gigantic effort for the entire studio, and both the team and me were amazed by the good reception of Geralt’s adventures. Since launch, we’ve released two expansions, Hearts of Stone and Blood and Wine, which added a lot of new adventures to the already potent mix,”said Game director Konrad Tomaszkiewicz to Eurogamer.

(Also see: The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Review – Game of Thrones Meets Skyrim)

“With all the free DLC and updates the game received so far, including significant changes to the game’s interface and mechanics, many gamers have asked us if we’re working on some sort of a Game of the Year Edition. I’m happy to confirm – yes, plans are in motion to release such an edition. We’ll release more details, including the release date, in the future. In the meantime, I’d like to thank every fan of the game for their support – you’re really amazing!”

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(Also see: The Witcher 3 on PC and PS4 – Everything You Need To Know)

This should come as no surprise considering that the last two games in the trilogy received enhanced editions a year or so after release. While no price has been mentioned, we won’t be surprised to see it maintain the same Rs. 3,499 price on the PS4 and Xbox One and Rs. 1,499 on the PC – akin to what the base game launched at last year.

No release date has been either, although sources speaking to Eurogamer claim it will be out in August. Makes sense considering the September to November release window is filled to the brim with new games such as Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, FIFA 17, Gears of War 4, and Titfanfall 2.

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2 Inquiries Now Reading The Lines – And Between Them – Of Zakir Naik

2 Inquiries Now Reading The Lines - And Between Them - Of Zakir Naik

The Bangladesh government has alleged that Dr Zakir Naik’s speeches inspired two of the attackers.

MUMBAI: 

HIGHLIGHTS

  1. Dr Zakir Naik, 50, is controversial Mumbai televangelist
  2. Cited as inspiration for weekend’s cafe attack in Dhaka
  3. Centre and state now reviewing his speeches, he denies allegations

The speeches of Dr Zakir Naik, described as incendiary by critics and an inspiration for the weekend’s deadly killing of patrons of a cafe in Bangladesh, are being reviewed on CDs by top investigative officers, Home Minister Rajnath Singh said today.

“We will not compromise on terrorism at any cost,” said Mr Singh.

The Maharashtra government has separately announced its own review of Dr Naik’s speeches and writing, as well as the operations of his organization, which describes itself as a charitable agency.

Dr Naik, 50, a televangelist based in Mumbai, has been in Medina on a religious trip since seven young gunmen opened fire a week ago in a Dhaka restaurant. The Bangladesh government has alleged that Dr Naik’s speeches inspired two of the attackers, and that the preacher had been named by them in recent posts on social media.

In WhatsApp videos sent from Mecca and distributed through his Islamic Research Foundation in Mumbai, Dr Naik has said that though he is wildly popular in Bangladesh – “more than 90 per cent Bangladeshis know me, more than 50 per cent are my fans,” he said  – he cannot be blamed for the attack. “I disagree that I inspired this act of killing innocent people,” he said.

By training a medical doctor, Dr Naik, who is lean, delivers sermons on Peace TV and online. Though the TV channel is banned in India, it is illegally made available by some cable TV operators.

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The UK and Canada have banned his entry because of his speeches, which have blamed revealing clothes for rapes, and a defense of Osama bin Laden.

Amid the new focus on Dr Naik, a video from 2012 that shows him with Congress leader Digvijaya Singh has gone viral. The politician is seen hugging and praising the cleric.

BJP has attacked Congress leader Digvijaya Singh praising Zakir Naik at an event in 2012. (File Photo)

Mumbai-based Zakir Naik has come under the scanner after it was reported that his speeches have inspired some of the Dhaka cafe attackers. Maharashtra government on Thursday ordered a probe into the speeches by the Muslim televangelist.

“I have asked the Mumbai Police Commissioner to conduct a probe (into Naik’s speeches) and submit a report,” Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis had told PTI.

Dr Naik’s speeches, his social media accounts and sources of funding of a foundation run by him in Mumbai will be scrutinised, said Mr Fadnavis, who also holds the Home portfolio.

Dr Naik, however, had released a statement, saying he “totally disagreed” that he inspired the act of killing innocent people in Dhaka.

“There is not a single talk of mine where I encouraged one to kill another, whether Muslim or non-Muslim,” he said.

The new Information and Broadcasting Minister, M Venkaiah Naidu, had called Naik’s speeches, as being reported in the media, as highly objectionable.

“The Home Ministry will study (his speeches). It will take appropriate action after studying them,” he had told reporters.

Naik’s speeches are believed to have inspired some of the Bangladeshi militants, who killed 22 people, mostly foreigners, at an upscale restaurant in Dhaka last Friday.

BJP has demanded action against Naik, saying he was a “threat” to national security as it was clear from his speeches that he “incited” people.

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‘Mann Ki Baat’ Gets Competition – From Arvind Kejriwal, Also On Sundays

'Mann Ki Baat' Gets Competition - From Arvind Kejriwal, Also On Sundays

Arvind Kejriwal, Chief Minister of Delhi, will speak to the public through TalkToAK.com, sources in his party said.

NEW DELHI: 

HIGHLIGHTS

  1. PM addresses public through regular radio speeches
  2. Delhi Chief Minister to launch his version on July 17
  3. Chief Minister’s speeches to be streamed online

By any measure, Arvind Kejriwal is not a fan of  Prime Minister Narendra Modi.  But he has delivered a back-handed compliment to the PM by deciding to launch regular fireside chats on the internet, for which the inspiration in clearly PM Modi’s “mann ki baat” radio addresses.

The Chief Minister of Delhi, sources in his party said, will, next weekend, speak to the public throughTalkToAK.com, a site that is nearly ready for launch. It now features a countdown to 11 am on Sunday, July 17, for the debut episode.

In an attempt to ward off allegations of imitation amounting to flattery, sources in the Chief Minister’s Aam Aadmi Party said his addresses will be “interactive and not a monologue like Modi ji’s.”

Since his mega victory in the national election, the PM uses the radio to win support for his agenda and policies largely in rural areas which have no access to television.  His speeches, made on Sundays, often mention those who’ve sent feedback to government sites, or offered suggestions for what the government should focus on.

The default mode for Mr Kejriwal and the central government is dislike. The Chief Minister says the PM regularly invades his turf through unsubtle back-door power play -like having fake cases levelled against legislators from his Aam Aadmi Party, or refusing to clear the legislation that the Delhi Assembly has passed.

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In February last year, Mr Kejriwal stunned with a record victory in the Delhi election, winning 67 of Delhi’s 70 seats. He is now leading his party’s effort to wrest Punjab, which votes next year, from the BJP-Akali coalition. The Chief Minister has also begun campaigning in Goa, which is governed by the BJP, and will vote next year.

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2 Inquiries Now Reading The Lines – And Between Them – Of Zakir Naik

2 Inquiries Now Reading The Lines - And Between Them - Of Zakir Naik

The Bangladesh government has alleged that Dr Zakir Naik’s speeches inspired two of the attackers.

MUMBAI: 

HIGHLIGHTS

  1. Dr Zakir Naik, 50, is controversial Mumbai televangelist
  2. Cited as inspiration for weekend’s cafe attack in Dhaka
  3. Centre and state now reviewing his speeches, he denies allegations

The speeches of Dr Zakir Naik, described as incendiary by critics and an inspiration for the weekend’s deadly killing of patrons of a cafe in Bangladesh, are being reviewed on CDs by top investigative officers, Home Minister Rajnath Singh said today.

“We will not compromise on terrorism at any cost,” said Mr Singh.

The Maharashtra government has separately announced its own review of Dr Naik’s speeches and writing, as well as the operations of his organization, which describes itself as a charitable agency.

Dr Naik, 50, a televangelist based in Mumbai, has been in Medina on a religious trip since seven young gunmen opened fire a week ago in a Dhaka restaurant. The Bangladesh government has alleged that Dr Naik’s speeches inspired two of the attackers, and that the preacher had been named by them in recent posts on social media.

In WhatsApp videos sent from Mecca and distributed through his Islamic Research Foundation in Mumbai, Dr Naik has said that though he is wildly popular in Bangladesh – “more than 90 per cent Bangladeshis know me, more than 50 per cent are my fans,” he said  – he cannot be blamed for the attack. “I disagree that I inspired this act of killing innocent people,” he said.

By training a medical doctor, Dr Naik, who is lean, delivers sermons on Peace TV and online. Though the TV channel is banned in India, it is illegally made available by some cable TV operators.

The UK and Canada have banned his entry because of his speeches, which have blamed revealing clothes for rapes, and a defense of Osama bin Laden.

Amid the new focus on Dr Naik, a video from 2012 that shows him with Congress leader Digvijaya Singh has gone viral. The politician is seen hugging and praising the cleric.

BJP has attacked Congress leader Digvijaya Singh praising Zakir Naik at an event in 2012. (File Photo)

Mumbai-based Zakir Naik has come under the scanner after it was reported that his speeches have inspired some of the Dhaka cafe attackers. Maharashtra government on Thursday ordered a probe into the speeches by the Muslim televangelist.

“I have asked the Mumbai Police Commissioner to conduct a probe (into Naik’s speeches) and submit a report,” Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis had told PTI.

Dr Naik’s speeches, his social media accounts and sources of funding of a foundation run by him in Mumbai will be scrutinised, said Mr Fadnavis, who also holds the Home portfolio.

Dr Naik, however, had released a statement, saying he “totally disagreed” that he inspired the act of killing innocent people in Dhaka.

“There is not a single talk of mine where I encouraged one to kill another, whether Muslim or non-Muslim,” he said.

The new Information and Broadcasting Minister, M Venkaiah Naidu, had called Naik’s speeches, as being reported in the media, as highly objectionable.

“The Home Ministry will study (his speeches). It will take appropriate action after studying them,” he had told reporters.

Naik’s speeches are believed to have inspired some of the Bangladeshi militants, who killed 22 people, mostly foreigners, at an upscale restaurant in Dhaka last Friday.

BJP has demanded action against Naik, saying he was a “threat” to national security as it was clear from his speeches that he “incited” people.

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‘Mann Ki Baat’ Gets Competition – From Arvind Kejriwal, Also On Sundays

'Mann Ki Baat' Gets Competition - From Arvind Kejriwal, Also On Sundays

HIGHLIGHTS

  1. PM addresses public through regular radio speeches
  2. Delhi Chief Minister to launch his version on July 17
  3. Chief Minister’s speeches to be streamed online

By any measure, Arvind Kejriwal is not a fan of  Prime Minister Narendra Modi.  But he has delivered a back-handed compliment to the PM by deciding to launch regular fireside chats on the internet, for which the inspiration in clearly PM Modi’s “mann ki baat” radio addresses.

The Chief Minister of Delhi, sources in his party said, will, next weekend, speak to the public throughTalkToAK.com, a site that is nearly ready for launch. It now features a countdown to 11 am on Sunday, July 17, for the debut episode.

In an attempt to ward off allegations of imitation amounting to flattery, sources in the Chief Minister’s Aam Aadmi Party said his addresses will be “interactive and not a monologue like Modi ji’s.”

Since his mega victory in the national election, the PM uses the radio to win support for his agenda and policies largely in rural areas which have no access to television.  His speeches, made on Sundays, often mention those who’ve sent feedback to government sites, or offered suggestions for what the government should focus on.

The default mode for Mr Kejriwal and the central government is dislike. The Chief Minister says the PM regularly invades his turf through unsubtle back-door power play -like having fake cases levelled against legislators from his Aam Aadmi Party, or refusing to clear the legislation that the Delhi Assembly has passed.

In February last year, Mr Kejriwal stunned with a record victory in the Delhi election, winning 67 of Delhi’s 70 seats. He is now leading his party’s effort to wrest Punjab, which votes next year, from the BJP-Akali coalition. The Chief Minister has also begun campaigning in Goa, which is governed by the BJP, and will vote next year.
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The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt – Blood and Wine Release Date Leaked?

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt - Blood and Wine Release Date Leaked?

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt was by far one of the best games of last year. So much so that it was the only game we awarded a perfect score to until this year’s fantastic Firewatch.

Prior to the release of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, developer CD Projekt Red stated that there would be two expansion packs to the game in months to come. Since it’s initial release we’ve seen one expansion pack in the form of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt – Hearts of Stone. It contained a host of content that went above and beyond what usually passes of as downloadable content (DLC) these days. If a slip up on Amazon’s US site is to be believed, we won’t have to wait too long for the second expansion, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt – Blood and Wine.

amazon_blood_and_wine.jpgAccording to a listing on Amazon that’s now removed (but reproduced above), you can expect Blood and Wine on May 27 for $20 on PC, PS4, and Xbox One. In the past Amazon’s track record on release dates has been iffy. Most of the time the dates mentioned prior to an official announcement were almost always for the last day of the month or at the end of the year- placeholders if you will. In comparison, availability on May 27 appears accurate. For India you can expect to pay Rs. 369 for it on Steam (as that was what the previous expansion, Hearts of Stone was priced at) or $9.99 (approximately Rs. 666) on GOG.com for a DRM-free version.

Assuming CD Projekt RED stick to the same pricing of Hearts of Stone on the PS4 and Xbox One, expect to pay Rs. 832 and Rs. 760 respectively. But if you’re the sort who prefers the entire game on disc, we won’t be surprised to see a game of the year or enhanced edition of The Witcher 3 announced with all the expansion packs bundled along with the main game fully patched. It’s something that we saw with the first Witcher game and The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings as well.

The description hints at this being series protagonist Geralt’s “last great contract”. No surprise considering that the studio claimed The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt and its expansions wrap up Geralt’s tale, it might revisit the Witcher universe at a later time. This might be sooner rather than later considering how well The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt sold.

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