• Sony Launches SuperSpeed USB 3.1 Drives Starting at Rs 850 with 128GB Max Capacity - Beebom (blog)

    All three come in a sleek metallic body with anti corrosive properties. The devices have been launched as #8216;Make in India; products and are available in 16GB, 32GB, 64GB and 128GB capacities. Pricing starts at Rs. 850 for the 16GB MX3 model, and goes up to Rs. 9,210 for the 128GB CA2 unit.


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  • Sony launches X9000F series 4K HDR TVs in India starting at Rs 2,39900 - Digit

    Sony has announced its latest nbsp;X9000F series of 4K HDR TVs in India. These TVs are equipped with the X1 Extreme processor, which is said to help render quot; nbsp;immersive experience with striking highlights, deeper darks and vibrant colours. quot; Currently, Sony #39;s 55 inch KD 55X9000F TV is available for purchase at Rs nbsp;2,39,900, and the company #39;s 56 inch nbsp;KD 65X9000F and the 85 inch nbsp;KD 85X9000F TVs will soon be available in the country. Read the complete press release below nbsp;Sony announced its new 4K HDR television designed to deliver outstanding clarity, contrast and colour. The X9000F series is the newest option to enjoy refined 4K HDR picture quality thanks to Sony rsquo;s proprietary innovations. Sony has expanded the LED screen TV line up to meet the increasing customer demands for a wider variety of large screen premium 4K HDR televisions. The new X9000F series, equipped with the X1 Extreme processor, creates an immersive experience with striking highlights, deeper darks and vibrant colours. Discover life like picture quality with 4K HDR Processor X1 nbsp;ExtremeSony rsquo;s 4K HDR Processor X1 nbsp;Extreme has been widely acclaimed for its ability to produce lifelike picture with superb texture, depth, colour, and contrast, bringing a significant leap forward in the space of HDR. It provides the ultimate 4K HDR viewing experience by incorporating technologies like Object based HDR remaster, Super Bit Mapping 4K HDR and Dual database processing. TV viewing is now much closer to reality, thanks to X1 Extreme Chip. See real world colours with TRILUMINOS nbsp;DisplayTRILUMINOS Display excels at reproducing reds, greens and blues mdash;colours that are notoriously difficult for TVs to display accurately. It reproduces the finest colour variations for the best pictures. Experience exceptional contrast with X tended Dynamic Range nbsp;PRO The X tended Dynamic Range nbsp;PRO, enhances HDR and non HDR content by boosting and dimming the backlight levels precisely for each zone of the screen with a unique backlighting technology delivering 6 times the XDR contrast nbsp;of conventional LED TV on the new X9000F series. Enjoy blur free fast moving images with X Motion ClarityAs the screen size gets larger, it becomes easier to notice motion blur especially in fast moving scenes. The X9000F series solves this issue by using a new technology, X Motion Clarity, to keep fast action images clear and smooth. The new X Motion Clarity technology utilises Sony rsquo;s proprietary direct LED local dimming and backlight boosting algorithm to control the luminance and optimize its duration. Therefore, pictures are clear and smooth with virtually no loss in brightness. More clarity and more details with 4K X Reality nbsp;ProThe TV uses 4K X Reality nbsp;PRO to produce stunning detail with Sony rsquo;s unique algorithm of reality creation database for any content, such as TV broadcasting, DVD, Blu ray Disc, Internet video and digital photos. Get endless entertainment and enjoy smarter life with Android TVThe new X9000F runs on the Android TV nbsp;version 7.0 with Sony rsquo;s exclusive user interface. Sony rsquo;s Android TV nbsp;lets one explore the world of movies, music, photos, games, search, apps and more. With Chromecast nbsp;built in, one can easily send content from the smartphone or tablet to the TV. With access to Google Play, user can enjoy the favourite movies, TV shows, and games on TV. With a future update (scheduled to be available soon) the TV will be Smart Home Ready to connect and communicate with other smart devices via Artificial Intelligence enabling customers to adopt a smarter home ecosystem. An innovation in Design: New Slice of Living Design nbsp;BRAVIA aims to deliver a light, comfortable look that would match with modern living sensibilities and harmonize TVs with living spaces; a piece of art that can be an inspiration. The Soft Minimalism concept centres on uniting the discreet and the noticeable into the look of a TV as an actual object. The BRAVIA nbsp;stand, emulating the exquisite presence of a sculpture, features a simple structure of square, metallic bars that come into contact with the underlying surface at individual points mdash;a design that creates the kind of unique sense of balance and tension that user find in art gallery displays. Thanks to its sturdy and thoughtful construction, which uses an inverted V shape to ensure stability, the stand creates the ideal space for a soundbar to call home, whilst harmonising gracefully with the aesthetics of living spaces. Direct access keys for Netflix, Google play StoreThe series comes with dedicated direct access buttons for Netflix and Google play Store. This effortless navigation provides users an opportunity to explore videos amp; apps in the fastest way. The TV will support Dolby Vision, creating an even more engaging and cinematic experience. HDR compatibility enables it to receive and process the new video standard signal with higher brightness, higher contrast and more vibrant colours via Internet video services and HDMI. Supports HDR 10, Hybrid Log Gamma and Dolby Vision. Above mentioned 4K HDR models will be available in all Sony Center and electronic stores across India.



  • Long-Term 2018 Nissan Leaf: Starting a year with the best-selling electric car in history - Autoweek

    The all new 2018 Nissan Leaf is the biggest selling electric car in history. Since its launch in 2010, consumers have purchased over 316,000 of them worldwide. Then, a couple months ago, Nissan announced an ambitious plan to sell 1 million (pinky at corner of mouth: 1 nbsp;Milllion) ldquo;electrified vehicles rdquo; by fiscal year 2022. So it ain rsquo;t messin rsquo; around.So why not take a look at the state of the state of the modern electric car and try out the new Leaf for an entire year? Thus, we introduce to you Autoweek rsquo;s latest long term test car, a 2018 Nissan Leaf SL (fanfare, applause, applause, etc.) Thank you, thank you.


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  • Moto Z Play update to Android 8.0 Oreo is starting to roll out in India - Android Police

    Lenovo owned Motorola isn't always that fast when it comes to updating the OS of its older phones. It took a critical post from us late last year to get the company to honor its promise of releasing an 8.0 Oreo update for the Moto G4, for example. The Moto Mod compatible Z Play from 2016 nbsp;received Android 7.1.1 Nougat last summer, and now it's finally getting Oreo.


    #starting #80 #Android #Z

  • New tram to link Caulfield and Rowville via Chadstone Shopping Centre: planning starting soon - Herald Sun

    There is a specific issue with the Facebook in app browser intermittently making requests to websites without cookies that had previously been set. This appears to be a defect in the browser which should be addressed soon. The simplest approach to avoid this problem is to continue to use the Facebook app but not use the in app browser. This can be done through the following steps:Enabling Cookies in Internet Explorer 7, 8 amp; 9



  • T-Mobile Galaxy Note8 will receive Android 8.0 Oreo starting April 1st (not a joke) - Android Police

    A couple weeks ago, unlocked Samsung Galaxy Note8 users in some countries began receiving the long awaited Android 8.0 Oreo update. In the US, AT amp;T was the first major carrier to roll out Oreo to its Note8 users, and Verizon and Sprint did the same a few days later. On Sunday, April 1, it will be T Mobile's turn. And no, this is not a cruel April Fools' Day joke.