Motorola Z (What’s New?)

While rumor mill was churning at its full new Motorola flagship phone made its way out in developers and previewers hands. Buzz is going on for its new and weird features. There are two versions of it. So called, Motorola Z and Motorola Z Force. Let’s see what’s new in this guy.

1. NO headphone jack

Ladies and gentlemen, future is here. Moto made shocking move by not including 3.5 mm audio jack. They have replaced it completely with nothing. Instead of 3.5 mm jack Moto z comes with USB-C headphone adapter.


Made of glass Moto Z is only 5.2 mm thick. maybe slimmest phone currently available in the market.Moto Z force is slightly thicker than other one.


The Moto Z Force Droid. It’s the successor to last year’s Droid Turbo 2 and Moto X Force, the one where you can drop the phone from ridiculous heights and it won’t break or shatter.


This might become one of the most beautiful phones ever designed.



Tesla Model 3

Tesla model 3 is finally here. Most awaited car my masses. This is not just a car, this is revolution. It will not only change the future of company, but will also transform the electric car industry. It is sleek, quick  and meant for the masses. After ten years of waiting, Tesla has revealed the Model 3, the car that will take electric car to masses. The Model 3 is the car Tesla Motors has promised since the company’s founding. Model 3 combines real world range, performance, safety and spaciousness into a premium sedan that only Tesla can build.


Tesla model 3 is real stunner. Five seats with four doors, and mid size design and whole comfort interior makes it handsome sedan.  It’s packed with tech, stylish, and a bargain. and it wont cost you fortune to get this beast.

Here’s What You Need To Know About Model 3:

  • Range: Older Tesla’s had range of about 220 to 300 miles depending on weather, driving conditions, charge and battery condition. A story in Electrek, citing unnamed sources, claims the Model 3 will have a range of up to 300 miles on the 80 kWh battery pack. This is not confirmed yet. But that’s really not a problem at all when you consider that most people don’t drive more than 300 miles every single day.Its has supercharge feature thus charging wont take more that 30 mins or so.
  • Price: The Tesla Model 3 is officially priced about $35000. but yet, it wont cost that much which is so affordable. But, fully loaded top model my cost you up to $40000.

Quick Configuration:

1.215 miles range on full charge.

2.0-60 under six seconds.

3.5 star safety rating.

4.Autopilot feature.


Model 3 will easily compete with BMW,Lexus,Mercedes and Audi A4. Model 3 probably don,t have competitors because its electric. That same Electrek story claims a 0-60 time of under four seconds, putting whichever version of Model 3 that is on par with high-performance luxury cars like the BMW M3. Again, that information is unconfirmed.

If you are looking forward to get one of these, then you must know that, first pre-orders, with deposits of $1000, are planned to be taken there as well.. And can expect to get in till first quarter of 2017(Till April 2017 but it might take little longer.

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Best multiplayer Wifi game for android/iOS


Tired of boring lectures?? Just take out your cell phone and start bombing with your classmates.




BombSquad is like a photo album full of colorful episodes, but instead of pictures, it offers mini-games for single player, of Co-op for 1-4 players, Teams for 2-8 players and Free-For-All for 2-8 players.

Co-op (1-4 players) consists of levels, where you have to complete one to unlock the next level. Teams consists of mini-games playlists – just Capture the flag games, Just Sports games and default, which is a mix of both. Sports games include soccer and ice hockey.



Even though BombSquad shines best when you play with controllers and, most importantly, friends, I wanted to see how it plays in a single campaign, and it’s also great. The game throws you into an arena, where you can perform four actions – walk and run, kick and box, pick up and let go of objects and throw bombs.

The next thing you know the arena starts getting filled with colorful boxes, and it almost feels like Christmas. You can run around collecting the boxes containing power-ups – boxing gloves, shields, health, sticky bombs and plenty of other goodness that makes the gameplay enjoyable.

In no time, though, appear your opponents and from there, you have no time to indulge in loot grinding. They start throwing bombs at you, and thankfully they don’t always aim well, but that’s the challenge you have to face, too. Aiming when throwing bombs at your foes is physics-based, and you don’t just launch the bomb and tap to let go. You have to calculate distance and direction, as well as your opponent’s speed. Sometimes, you would both run at one another throwing bombs that meet halfway in between you and explode killing you both.

Then, there is kicking and boxing action, which I enjoy most. Your hero, customizable by the way, feels like a puppet with particularly heavy fists, and when you move him, the fists go first, and then the body. This is especially helpful when you need to kick some ass – boxing is realistic and hilarious, with jumps and falls. Sometimes, you would push your enemies off the arena, and they die with a distant cry; sometimes they would push you off.

In group gaming, you can connect to the same WiFi network and play in teams of up to 4 people each. You can also download a BombSquad Remote app and use your Android device as a controller for BombSquad you play with your friends on OYUA or Mac.



As you would imagine, BombSquad comes with a great variety here, supporting external hardware controllers and several ways to control your hero without them, namely swipe or joystick controls. I found the latter to be handy, but that totally depends on your individual play style. The controls are neat and responsive, and all you have to do is measure your passion and aim carefully. Otherwise, bombs will fly and explode in all possible places except for the one you need them.

The game supports network play, 8 player local WiFi play, and single player levels, and it is optimized for NVIDIA Tegra K1, NVIDIA Shield Portable, SHIELD tablet and Android TV.

As I mentioned, there is another BombSquad Remote app, which turns your Android device into a controller when you play on a Mac or Android TV.



A special treat is in the characters department, where you can customize your character, create multiple characters to choose from for each game, name them and select their colors. There are pirates, barbarians, ninjas, chefs and overall, the character gallery is a fun place to visit here.

Bombs come in great variety – regular ones, sticky ones, toxic ones, land mines, TNT and many more. The power-ups come in generous batches, and you never feel like the game has been made to make you pay.

Video – BombSquad automatically saves your last gameplay, which is awesome – you can recap the most hilarious moments, and save the file.

Performance – Overall, this is the perfect Android party game for the adults and kids alike. It runs smooth on devices with Android 4.0 and newer, and does not seem to require any special high-end hardware to perform without stuttering.

It performed great in network game, as well as over the WiFi play, but is best played with a gamepad, so if you have a bunch of friends with Android devices, by all means, this will be your next party treat – it is hilarious, fun and silly, and you can freely take your anger out on your friends in a harmless manner, kicking some barbarian butt on the arena. Besides its great graphics and numerous mini-games,controllers and ways to play solo and in groups, BombSquad is thoroughly fun and hopelessly addictive.

Some users did report WiFi Direct bugs, kicking players out, but my guess is developer will be quick to address those, since the game is very popular and now is the right time to address some minor quibbles.


Size – 54 mb

platforms – Andriod/iOS

Installs – 5,000,000 – 10,000,000

Languages – English, Danish, Dutch, Esperanto, French, German, Italian, Korean,                                            Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Swedish

Requires  – 4.0.3 and up for android / OS X 10.9.0 or later for iOS

Content rating – rated 12+ (Moderate violence)

Current ratings – 4.2/5



  • Hilarious gameplay – dramatic sound tracks, epic slo-mo elimination, and my favorite – the sticky bombs that when thrown properly can stick to your enemies’ heads. I know it sounds creepy, but it’s actually very funny, and kids can play, too.
  • Did I mention there is a kid mode, with less violence? There is!
  • Plenty of fun for a single player
  • Even more perks in multiplayer mode – local WiFi Direct, over the network, on your Android TV, Fire TV or Mac, and even using your Android device as a controller
  • The game is free to play, and even through you will need to pay $5 is you have more than three friends willing to play together, anything below that cap can be enjoyed for hours on end
  • Excellent ragdoll physics
  • Great 3D visuals
  • A great variety of ways to kick your opponents – throw them off the cliff, punch them, kick them around, toss and turn them until they dissolve.
  • Smooth performance, great execution, fantastic for parties
  • Great variety of controllers to choose from
  • An option to set your own sound tracks


  • I haven’t found any bugs in my time with the game, although some users report minor WiFi Direct bugs, but these reports are few.


It is silly, fun and addictive, offering tons of ways to play alone and in groups, over the local WiFi, or in the network. The game is a visual delight, and it throws power-ups at you more than it throws enemies to fight, in the single player mode. Its most shining gem, though, is the controllers support and up to 8-players multiplayer options. It is free to play for up to three players, and there are no limitations on the time you can spend playing – no health bars that need 20 minutes to refill, nor cupcakes, if you know what I mean (Angry Birds GO!). It is a brilliantly crafted game, which is A+ as it is, but its shell allows for more mini-games to be added in the future. BombSquad is an absolute hit; you can’t go wrong with it.

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The Catalyst:Android N (Preview)


Well, Marshmallow update is around the corner and though it is not available for all android devices yet, Google has already preparing for Its next Android version. So called N update. Google has already shocked the world by releasing Beta version of Android N for Nexus Devices. Google has always named its Updates on sweet treats like Cupcake, Donut and Éclair etc. Next update might be called Nutella(Rumor). Google is growing so fast and Android N is proof of it.

Though N will be available for Nexus devices it is untested Alpha and Beta Android version. So we don’t recommend you to install it on your daily used device (This may damage your device).  To get your hands on N you have to go to website and have to download files or you can wait until Google releases N on air (Recommended).


What’s new in Android N?

  • Multitasking: Now you can perform more than one task at a time. Means you can work on two different tasks at a same time on a same screen. You can use it on both Landscape and Portrait Mode. You’ll enjoy it.
  • Notification Center: Notification center is changed. Notifications look different and hold more information now. You have to tap and drag down notification to see more information about it. Now you can reply directly to messages from notification center. Quick settings is changed also with lot more customization options. Its cool. Tap and press on the quick setting icon and it will open complete setting page for you.
  • Settings: Main settings section is changed. Every icon shows more information than it to before(Better use of bigger screen). New data saver feature which allows to restrict certain apps from using too much internet data. Settings has new side menu. You have to swipe to right to open it. Side menu holds many submenus you can access easily.
  • Profiles: Now different volumes can be set for various profiles. Priority settings are improved also.

Many things have changed and all are good. Much needed changes has been made by Google.

Note: Only the Nexus line of devices can receive the preview build of Android N. Below you can see what the Nexus models support the OS:

How to download Android N

If you are a developer or just want to test the preview version of Android N, you can download images of the new OS directly from Google. Remember that this version is unstable and contains many bugs. The update can be downloaded via this link.





1. Settings menu



2. Notification centre



3. Multitasking

What would you like to see in Android N? What do you think the Android N name will be? Let us know in the comments.

Best Music App On Windows Store


Musicus Review:

Love music?  Still searching for perfect music downloader and music player?

Your wandering days are over. Some Music Lover has finally developed decent music app for windows platform. Musicus is custom built music downloader and player. It means you can download unlimited songs without putting too much efforts. Musicus has its own custom built easy to use music player.

What makes Musicus different from other music players is its built in lyrics player. Once you play a song it will start scrolling lyrics for your favourite song.

What makes it different…

  • Free downloading and streaming.
  • Easy search and Download.
  • Built in music player.
  • Lyric player.
  • Custom themes available.

App details


Publisher Scop Inc
Category Music
Approximate size 3.61 MB – 19.27 MB (varies with device)
Age rating For ages 7 and up
Accessibility The app developer believes that this app meets accessibility requirements, making it easier for everyone to use.
Supported operating systems Windows 10

Windows Phone 10

Windows Phone 8.1

Supported processors neutral, x86, x64
Supported languages English (United States)



  • Access your Internet connection and act as a server.
  • Use your music library
  • Use data stored on an external storage device
  • Access your Internet connection

Musicus is developed and published by Scop Inc.

The app developer believes that this app meets accessibility requirements, making it easier for everyone to use. It consumes only about 3-20Mb of data memory.

Here, plug in the headphones, turn up the volume and enjoy your freshly downloaded free music.


Current ratings – 4.6/5 ∗


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Why feel troubled when you have Musicus now. Plug in the headphones and enjoy your music.

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