BMW has announced the all-new 4 Series Coupe will arrive in Australian showrooms in October, priced from $70,900 plus on road costs..
As reported when unveiled earlier this year, the 4 Series takes a bold styling approach to stand out from its 3 Series sibling, most noticeably with a massive iteration of the brands signature double kidney grille.
The entry level 420i and mid-spec 430i will each have a 2.0-litre four-cylinder turbo petrol engine of differing tune, generating 135kW/300Nm and 190…
‘FarmVille’ will discontinue its operations on December 31 – Micky News
Legendary social farming sim FarmVille will shut down at the end of the year. The announcement comes after 11 years of the game’s existence online. Zynga, th
Zynga, the mobile dev company and creators of FarmVille, announced they would shut all game operations. Microtransactions will stop on November 17, while the game is playable until December 31.
FV to discontinue due to Adobe
The decision to close off Zyngas legacy title comes from Adobes decisions. By end of the year, Adobe will discontinue the distribution and update of Adobe Flash Player. Due to this security issue, Facebook is also stopping the support for Flash and, by extension, FV.
Galaxy S20 FE is the iPhone competitor Android fans need in 2020 – CNET
The Galaxy S20 Fan Edition has a solid lineup of specs at a much lower price than its flashy siblings.
Samsung’s Galaxy Note 20 Ultra and S20 Ultra might be packed to the hilt with the latest, greatest tech, but they also come with sky-high prices to match. That makes them a tricky sell at a time when purse strings are tightening and rivals like OnePlus are making great phones at more affordable prices. The Galaxy S20 FE (which stands for “fan edition”) aims to offer much of what you’ll find in the company’s top-end phones but with a few tweaks here and there in order to keep the price d…
20 best apps to get you organised – The Guardian
From improving work productivity to managing shopping lists and family commitments, these apps will help you stay in control
During the Covid-19 lockdown, students and homeworkers alike have been discovering how apps from the likes of Zoom, Slack and Google have made collaboration and remote working possible.
When it comes to work and personal productivity, every little improvement can make a difference, which is why productivity is one of the busiest categories on Google and Apples app stores.
Some of those apps tackle the same tasks as the ones preloaded on your smartphone: calendar, contacts or notes, for example…
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