New Technology News: Video Games to Watch for

He wrapped up making the clone in a 16 hour

Out of every day labor for a whole month, and also an entire seven day stretch of fever in light of the all-encompassing work hours. Albeit the game is still yet to be finished with every one of the bugs and glitches, Shankar is getting the assistance that he needs from individual players who gave the game a shot their own PCs.

On a Facebook answer chain, one eager enthusiast of C&C has made a perfect rundown of various bugs and glitches that should be chipped away at for Shankar. In any case, in spite of these glitches, the brilliant advancement of this person has gotten the interest of numerous individuals particularly to old and devoted devotees of Command and Conquer.

Twitter Buys Snappy TV

Who might have felt that TV review could at any point be more friendly? Twitter is hoping to do exactly that by consenting to buy Snappy TV, which is a San Francisco based video sharing startup. The move is by all accounts the second step towards Twitter’s aspirations of advancing in to what it calls “Social TV”, the first being it’s revealing of the Vine application a year ago.

A portion of the customers of Snappy TV incorporates Fox Sports, Universal Sports and ABC News just to give some examples. Smart TV is as of now being utilized by different media organizations to post games refreshes and different recordings on Twitter. This arrangement will permit Twitter to make recordings a major piece of its administration, which is something it’s been needing to accomplish for quite a while.

Google and Microsoft Phones to Provide a ‘Off button’

Since technology is spreading, few would differ that Smartphone robbery actually stays a pitiful reality, and the new numbers have just shown that there are bound to increment. Remembering that, two titans of the tech world, Tech News Google and Microsoft as of late reported that their future Smartphone models will include an off button, which will empower the client to incapacitate their Smartphone, making it futile to the criminal.