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Graphics-heavy F1 2016 now available on Android and iOS

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If you’re a fan of both racing games and great-looking graphics, you’re gonna love this.

Racing game F1 2016 can now be downloaded for both Android and Apple devices, and thanks to its official licensing, it contains 21 actual circuits from this year’s Formula One season.

You can also race against 22 of the drivers, including the likes of Fernando Alonso, Sebastian Vettel, Lewis Hamilton, and several other big names.

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And the realism doesn’t end there; as long as you have a smart device that can handle the heavy requirements, this game has some sweet visuals, from the car details to the shadows on the race tracks.

F1 2016 is quite flexible. You can choose what order to play your championship series in Season Mode; customize your steering controls; and compete in new challenges every week.

The only downside here is the file size. Consuming 2.67GB, F1 2016 might take a long time to download and will hurt phones containing 32GB of internal storage or less.

You also have to contend with the $9.99 price tag, but that’s for an app without ads or annoying in-app purchases. You’re actually getting a full game for the price!

Source: Official website

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Pokémon Go will drop old iPhones that don’t support iOS 11

You must upgrade to play!

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Bad news for Pokémon Go trainers out there with an old iPhone. If the “battery-gate” fiasco is not enough to make you upgrade, this announcement might force you if you want to keep on playing.

Niantic announced its plans to drop support for iOS devices that can’t be updated to iOS 11. Primarily, these are iPhones and even iPads released in or before 2013. They are the following:

  • iPhone 5c
  • iPhone 5
  • iPad (4th generation)
  • iPad (3rd generation)
  • iPad mini (1st generation)
  • iPad 2

The anticipated update will take effect starting February 28, 2018. After that date, Trainers using Apple devices that can’t be updated to iOS 11 will no longer be able to log in, catch Pokémon, and use their PokéCoins or other items. They must switch to a supported device to continue playing.

Niantic stated that the change is a result of improvements to Pokémon Go which push the game ahead of the capabilities of old iPhones and iPads.

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6 free VPN apps for Android and iOS

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If you’re connecting to a public Wi-Fi, it’s best to use a virtual private network or VPN to mask your IP address and avoid security risks. A VPN creates a secure, encrypted “tunnel” over the internet between your device and any website or app you are trying to access.

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Zalora pop-up store is a shopping and Instagram haven

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In 2017, shopping looks different. With a few swipes and taps on your smartphone, you can have anything delivered to your doorstep.

Zalora, a company of Global Fashion Group, is pushing the envelope and blurring the lines between online and offline shopping. (more…)

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