Hemant Singh – Mumbai Uncensored, 8th April 2022
We were actually taken aback by Ubisoft’s recent Rainbow Six Siege reveal. Rainbow Six Mobile, the company’s next film endeavour, has been revealed. It is a comprehensive modification of the 5v5 multiplayer first-person greatest shooter.
The internal Siege format—the 5v5, with attackers following the defenders pattern and having such unique operators. We anticipate that the game will have 18 to 22 operators, which will also be accessible at launch. It is predicted that 18 to 22 operators would be available for launch.
Rainbow Six Mobile will follow Siege’s environmental destruction process and allow players to use the same kind of methods in the mobile edition of the game as they would disclose in the full console versions.
Ubisoft presently states that the game will be “tailored for mobile devices,” with the major features being adjustable control schemes. The demand to fit the game on iOS and Android is revealed by two important members of the development team, Oliver Albarracin and creative director Justin Swan.
Rainbow Six Mobile: Biggest Hurdle
According to Albarracin, bringing the Siege to Mobile is quite difficult. They use the controls and systems for the mobile experience, and they do not remove any PC console capabilities. They also design the game with the screen resolution and perspective ratios of numerous smartphones in mind. Is he aware of the intricacy of the main component, therefore he chose session duration as the foundation that allows for game balancing?
According to Swan, it is also a very intricate process with complex interactions, as well as the issue of getting a new user from onboarding to playing. Beginning with Siege’s characteristic realm of devastation, the developer reveals the technological challenge. If a player chooses to destroy, they will be broken into the same size pieces. If you have such destructible walls, it shows 10 separate operators, each with their own skills and animation systems, as well as maps with massive pixel densities.
Rainbow Six Mobile: Faster Matches
Albarracin certifies as the finest of the three forms at one time having the reality as people play games on their cellphones in short bursts and train to ride. They just want to expose the game as a sophisticated strategic shooter, thus they placed spawn spots closer to the structures so attackers could move swiftly.
Rainbow Six Mobile: Siege content on Mobile
Albarracin confirms about two maps Border and Bank. There is a lot of usage and also the popularity data for the operators from both sides internally and through the community.
As per Swan, they are aware of their future lineup, and the two maps will also be included in the limited beta test. The goal is to release additional maps. The developer discloses the experience will be limited to one map and will target 18-22 operations at the time of launch.
Rainbow Six Mobile: Battle Pass Expiration Date
Swan says that they are a little puzzled in this context, since they believe each one will last six weeks and they are only figuring things out their product pipeline. As a thank you to their followers, they have chosen to include some mythology in the battle pass.
Rainbow Six Mobile is introducing a new operator.
Swan adds they have a lot to talk about on this topic since there are many surprises on the way and they are working on them. They are putting forth a lot of work.
Albarracin claims that they want the acts to be simple to carry out. They’ve done things like auto sprinting and auto-vaulting. If someone is going to stroll, run, or vault over an item, the three separate inputs must be used. The motions are as simple as a flick of the thumb, and if players want to change the settings, there are other options available, including a customisable HUD.
They offer additional distinctive elements, such as a lean slider, on which you may slide your finger from left to eight, after which you can acquire a melee attack by double-tapping the screen.
Rainbow Six Mobile version
They appear to be incredibly smooth and fluid, with 60 FPS gaming, solid connections that maintain frame rate, and server authoritative PvP to deters, cheats, and hackers. Swan says that they are in a good spot as a shooting game. For example, they claim Bungie did with Halo, and prior to the advent of the Xbox, no one took console shooters seriously. They believe this is really useful and wish to break into the mobile industry.
WhatsApp has announced increased group sizes and greater file transfers
The business revealed in a recent blog post that groups will soon be able to contain 512 members and that files up to 2 GB may be exchanged using WhatsApp.
Hemant Singh – Mumbai Uncensored, 11th May 2022
WhatsApp revealed in a blog post that it has added emoji replies to the chat service, as well as file transfers that are more than 20 times greater than the present capacity. It is also developing software to accommodate larger gatherings.
Emoji responses, in which users may respond to a specific post with a series of emojis, were launched by Facebook’s parent corporation in 2015 and have since grown popular across social media platforms. The functionality is finally accessible on WhatsApp in the newest software update, according to the blog post.
This new version also allows you to significantly expand the size of files that may be exchanged in a WhatsApp chat from the existing maximum of 100 MB to 2 GB. End-to-end encryption will safeguard these file transfers. This increased restriction, according to WhatsApp, “will be beneficial for coordination among small enterprises and school groups.”
A new, widely desired function is also addressed in the blog article.
According to WhatsApp, increasing the number of individuals who may be added to a chat is “one of the top requests” they’ve constantly received. In response, the firm revealed plans to add 512 people to a single group chat. The current upper maximum is 256.
Here’s why Apple was smacked with another EU antitrust complaint.
Hemant Singh – Mumbai Uncensored, 6th May 2022
Apple faces a potential big fine and may be compelled to open its mobile payment system to competitors after EU antitrust investigators charged the iPhone maker with restricting rivals’ access to its technology used for mobile wallets.
This is Apple’s second EU allegation, after a complaint from Spotify last year, when EU authorities accused the corporation of impeding competition in the music streaming industry.
On Monday, the European Commission said that it had handed Apple a charge sheet, also known as a statement of objections, explaining how the corporation had exploited its dominant positioning in markets for e – wallets on iOS devices.
According to the Commission, Apple’s anti-competitive conduct extend back to 2015, when Apple Pay was introduced.
“We have indications that Apple restricted third-party access to key technology necessary to develop rival mobile wallet solutions on Apple’s devices,” EU antitrust chief Margrethe Vestager said in a statement.
“In our statement of objections, we preliminarily found that Apple may have restricted competition, to the benefit of its own solution Apple Pay,” she said.
Apple said it would continue to work with the Commission, which could fine it up to ten percent of its global turnover, or $36.6 billion, based on its revenue last year, though EU penalties rarely reach that level.
“Apple Pay is only one of many options available to European consumers for making payments, and has ensured equal access to NFC while setting industry-leading standards for privacy and security,” the company said in a statement.
Apple’s Frankfurt-listed shares declined 0.7 percent at 1216 GMT as a result of the announcement.
Apple Pay is used by over 2,500 banks in Europe, as well as over 250 fintechs and challenger banks. On iPhones and iPads, the NFC chip allows for tap-and-go payments.
Vestager rejected the company’s security argument.
“Our investigation to date did not reveal any evidence that would point to such a higher security risk. On the contrary, evidence on our file indicates that Apple’s conduct cannot be justified by security concerns,” she told a news conference.
Before the Commission delivers a ruling, Apple can request a closed-door hearing to defend its case and also submit a written rebuttal, which might take a year or more.
The EU is preparing to introduce new tech legislation dubbed the Digital Markets Act next year, which would push Apple to open up its closed eco-system or risk fines of up to 10% of its worldwide revenue.
The Committee’s intention to deliver its statement of complaints to Apple corroborated a Reuters report from October of last year.
Swiggy has partnered with Garuda Aerospace to deliver groceries via drone in Delhi-NCR and Bengaluru
Swiggy, an online food delivery service, will use drones to deliver groceries as part of its Instamart function.
Rochelle Fernandes – Mumbai Uncensored, 4th May 2022.
Swiggy has begun testing drones for grocery delivery in Delhi-NCR and Bengaluru. The pilot project will look into the feasibility of using drones in Swiggy’s grocery delivery service, Instamart.
For the trials, the food delivery app has partnered with Garuda Aerospace.
Drones will be used to replenish inventory between seller-run dark stores and a “common customer point” under the new plan.
Swiggy stated in a blog post that orders will be picked up from the “common point” and delivered to the customer.
Garuda Aerospace said in a statement that the development was in response to the Swiggy Proposal (RFP) that was floated a few weeks ago. “According to the food delivery platform, they receive 345 registrations in total and select four.”
Agnishwar Jayaprakash, the founder and CEO of Garuda Aerospace, called this collaboration the “dawn of a new era in drone deliveries,” adding that as cities become more crowded, startups like Swiggy have recognised how Advanced Garuda Aerospace
drones can play a role in urban mobility and logistics via air to reduce delivery downtime.
In February, Prime Minister Narendra Modi virtually inaugurated Garuda Aerospace’s drone manufacturing operations in Manesar, Gurugram, and Chennai. Furthermore, this drone manufacturer, which is currently estimated at $250 million, is one of India’s most promising drone businesses, with a goal of manufacturing a lakh drone in India by 2024 and providing drone technology services.
As previously reported, Garuda Aerospace founder and CEO Agnishwar Jayaprakash confirmed the pilot project will begin in the first week of May…
However, it is vague whether Swiggy will pay restitution caused by the drones to public or private property. It is also unclear whether the company has the required public liability insurance policy for drone operators.
Swiggy tested with ANRA last December as part of its Beyond Visual Line of Sight (BVLOS) trials, and that included over 300 drone-led food and pharmaceutical delivery trials.
BVLOS operations for drone deliveries are not yet permitted by the government. However, the Ministry of Civil Aviation is said to have granted a contractual dispensation to 20 entities, along with Swiggy.
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