Galaxy S6 to be Sold on Discounts & Possible Debris from Flight MH370 Found
- Windows 10 will place an Xbox Live app
- Samsung fails to hit its sales goals
- Smartphone sales are costing Sony money
- Possible debris from MH370 found
- Sri Lanka to test Project Loon
To cut it short
- Microsoft’s Xbox Live app on Windows 10 will allow users to access the Xbox One dashboard enabling them to keep an eye on friends lists, achievements, messages and activity feed.
- Samsung is missing its sales goal for the Galaxy S6 and S6 edge, and the reason for that is because the South Korean didn’t anticipate the Galaxy S6 Edge’s popularity and wasn’t able to cater to the huge demand for it.
- While sales figures of PS4 and imaging sensors generate a healthy profit for Sony, the mobile division is dampening the quarterly reports by performing below expectations. As a counter measure, Sony will refocus around a smaller set of more profitable devices.
- A plane’s debris has been washed up on the French island of Réunion. The wing part has been sent for further investigation. Reports are linking the part to MH370, which disappeared almost 17 months ago and is the only unaccounted-for 777 in the world.
- Project Loon, a plan to provide cheap internet access to the underdeveloped world by Google, will set out its first real testing in Sri Lanka. By March 2016, Sri Lanka will be the first country to be universally connected to the World Wide Web by the project.
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