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‘Alto’s Odyssey’ is coming to Android for free starting next week

After a bit of a wait, game developer Snowman is finally bringing Apple Design Award winner Alto’s Odyssey to the Android platform. It took a while but the game will be launching for free on Android starting July 26th. Its iOS counterpart will still cost $6.99 on iOS even after the Android app goes live. But this is because Snowman has to adjust how it markets the game on Google’s mobile platform. Snowman has heard from other indie developers how hard it is to get App Store-level sales on Google Play if they release a paid game out of the gate instead of employing a free model with ad support.

This method has worked for Snowman’s previous game Alto’s Adventure, which has been downloaded 36.5 million times on Android and has 647 billion play sessions. Even now that the game is over two years old, it still logs an average of 13 million sessions per day across 1.5 million devices.

Source: Engadget


This might be what the Galaxy Note 9 looks like

Renowned and reliable leaker Evan Blass just shared what could be the official press render of the upcoming Galaxy Note 9. While countless other renders have showed up before, this is the first one that shows off the blue and yellow colorway or the navy blue phablet with the yellow S Pen. This dual-tone stylus looks like it combines a matte finish with a glossy/shiny top and its backend sporting the same navy blue color that matches the smartphone (perhaps to make it easier to meld with the rest of the phone). We can’t confirm from this image how the S Pen will be charged within the phone (it’s said to have Bluetooth connectivity).

What this leaked render also confirms is that the fingerprint sensor gets moved below the dual-camera setup and the bottom bezel gets shaved off a bit. The power, volume, and Bixby buttons seem to have been raised when compared to its predecessor. But we just have to wait a bit until the phone is launched.

Source: Android Authority


How to improve your business's efficiency

Every entrepreneur wants to learn how to make more money in less time, but the secret to efficiency in business has often seemed elusive. Thanks to constantly evolving technology, however, it’s now easier than ever to be productive at work. Automation is replacing manual tasks, we can work from all over the world with cloud-based management systems and wireless Internet, and there are, in fact, entire factories now run by machines.

So, what does all this mean for your business? It means there are more opportunities for economic efficiency (thus more opportunities for sales and growth) than ever before. If you’re not sure where to start when it comes to boosting your productivity at work, here are three key ways to improve your business’s efficiency starting now.

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2018 Hyundai Ioniq Electric Plus PHEV Driver Review

 By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

At first glance, the Hyundai Ioniq Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicle looks like a cohesive and balanced four-door sedan that’s both practical and incredibly roomy.

I’m happy to report that after a week with the Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid as my main ride, I never had to head to a gas station. I did have to charge the car’s EV battery twice in a public charging station, a total of five hours, yet managed to return the car to Hyundai with a full gas tank (or a 850 km range) as well as the battery on reserve. HIt jump to learn more about this innovative hybrid.

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