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  1. IT’S a phenomenon renowned documentary maker David Attenborough describes as one of the world’s great natural wonders, it happens just once a year, and it’s unique to Australian waters. But, from today, anyone will be able to witness millions of red crabs take over the coast of Christmas Island online after Google flew in specialised cameras to capture it. The technology giant teamed with Parks Australia to film the annual migration and spawning of 45 million red crabs in December, and will today release virtual reality tours of event. Christmas Island, also known as “Australia’s Galapagos,” features a host of wildlife including more than 100 bird species, and unusual terrain, including blowholes. It’s is hard to reach for travellers, however, with just two commercial flights in and out each week. Using Google’s technology, virtual visitors will now be able to inspect many areas of the island, taking a look around picturesque Dolly Beach, and watching the red crabs crawling on to the island’s Ethel Beach ramp, for example. The crabs, which can only be found on Christmas Island, emerge from the forest each year to release their eggs on its shores. Such is the magnitude of their migration, the crabs have right of way on the Island’s roads, and Parks Australia have built barriers and bridges to help them reach the coast safely. Christmas Island resident Dr Alasdair Grigg, from Parks Australia, carried Google’s Street View Trekker camera to capture the event, carefully stepping around the eight-legged crustaceans. “I think it’s fantastic that people can now get a virtual experience of these places,” he said. “I hope the imagery inspires people to protect these natural wonders and fragile island ecosystems the world over.” Google’s virtual Christmas Island tour follows its efforts to capture walking tours of Uluru and Kata Tjuta National Park last year, where managing director Jason Pellegrino said the company was in talks to produce virtual tours of several Australian landmarks and tourist destinations.
  2. North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has expressed "bitter sorrow" over a bus accident that left 32 Chinese tourists and four North Koreans dead. The accident took place on Sunday night in North Hwanghae province, when the tour bus plunged off a bridge. It is rare for North Korea's tightly-controlled media to report on negative news, and for Mr Kim to acknowledge the incident itself is even more unusual. China is the North's main political ally and largest trading partner. "[Mr Kim] said that the unexpected accident brought bitter sorrow to his heart," the official KCNA news agency reported. "He couldn't control his grief at the thought of the bereaved families who lost their blood relatives." The North Korean leader was pictured visiting injured passengers in hospital. The report said he "personally learned about the treatment". He also visited the Chinese embassy in Pyongyang, where he met the Chinese ambassador to North Korea Li Jinjun and "expressed his heartfelt condolences and sympathy." China and North Korea have been long-time allies. Mr Kim's rapid visit to the injured people - and the reporting of it - is likely to be seen in part as a way of protecting his image among the Chinese population. Chinese tourists make up an estimated 80% of foreign tourists to North Korea - providing an important source of currency for Pyongyang. Mr Kim earlier this year visited Chinese President Xi Jinping in Beijing, his first known foreign trip since he took office in 2011. China is responsible for virtually all of North Korea's food and fuel aid and by many measures, can be considered its most important partner. North Korea recently announced it was halting all nuclear and missile tests, as it builds up to major summit with the leaders of South Korea and the US.
  3. **Warning: This article spoils God of War (2018)** As 2018’s God of War sends players on a whole new adventure (an awesome one – read our review!) within a new mythology and pantheon of gods, some players are discovering that there is a super secret ending after the 25 hours of main storyline. If you’ve not seen this special button sequence, here’s how to access the secret ending to God of War! As Kratos swaps his Blades of Chaos for the Leviathan Axe and a new camera perspective with the relaunch of the God of War series on PlayStation 4 – and picks up his son Atreus on the way – Sony Santa Monica’s latest chapter of the long-running saga reinvented everything fans thought they knew about the franchise. Taking on Jörmungandr and Valkyries in the expansive story campaign was enough to satisfy even the most loyal GoW gamer, however, the fun apparently doesn’t stop there. Already steeped in Norse mythology, the awesome post-ending ending was a bolt from the blue of what could come next. The official ending sets up a continuation of the Norse mythology for the next installment of franchise, revealing that Atreus’ real name is Loki and that everything Kratos and he did together in this game was prophecized. Now that the Fimbulwinter has officially started, it looks like both Loki and the events of Ragnarök are to play a big part in God of War 5. However, after the credits roll, players are given the option to head back to Kratos’ homestead where the game began. When there, players can rest by pressing the circle button and activate the game’s only cutaway from its continuous one-shot camera style. As the screen fades to black, the text “years later” reveals an even older Kratos in the midst of a huge storm. A hooded figure knocks at the door, revealed to be Thor holding a crackling version of Mjolnir. And he’s rightfully ready to do battle after Kratos dispatch of Thor’s sons Magni and Modi, and Thor’s brother Baldur. Both Thor and Odin were major presences in God of War, but some players were a little disappointed that neither got to properly throwdown with the Ghost of Sparta. However, fans need to remember that 2005’s original God of War let gamers take a chunk out of Ares while other big players like Zeus were only teased from the sidelines. Either way, Kratos wakes from his dream to grumble that he and Atreus have too much to do today to deal with the God of Thunder. Whatever plans the series has for Thor and Odin, it doesn’t look like either Kratos and Atreus will be losing too much sleep over either of them just yet. Interestingly, the tease of “years later” in the secret ending means the events might not even take place in God of War 5. The hooded Thor arrives during the storm in what appears to be a post-Fimbulwinter vengeance mission. Logically, if God of War 5 follows the events of Ragnarök, a sixth game would be the ultimate Kratos-Thor fight to the death. Creative Director Cory Barlog and his team at Sony Santa Monica clearly have plans for where to take God of War next, but bearing in mind that the first games were solely set in Greek mythology, it could be a long winter in the realms of Midgard.
  4. While the Xbox One X is still reigning supreme for sheer horsepower in next-gen consoles, Microsoft is already teasing when the next Xbox could be hitting the video game market. There has already been great debate over Sony ruling the roost with its titles like God of War, Insomniac’s Spider-Man, The Last of Us Part 2, and Death Stranding, but boss Phil Spencer still promises Microsoft has plenty up its sleeve. Many thought this was just some new exclusives for the Xbox One X, but recent leaks have suggested that everyone is already hard at work on the console’s successor. The Xbox One X was only unveiled at last year’s E3, and while no one should expect some sort of super-advanced next-next-gen console to make it to this year’s expo, sources at Thurrott suggest Microsoft is already plotting its console future. The site notes that while everyone is looking to a sci-fi world where consoles are replaced in favor of cloud gaming, the technology isn’t quite there yet. With the likes of Sony and Microsoft squeezing out at least one more console before gamers play from the ether, the system has a tentative release date: “I’ve heard that within three years is a realistic possibility; the company is not currently in a rush to replace the Xbox One X as it has a significant horsepower advantage when compared to the current offering from Sony.” Even with consoles spanning around seven years and a push towards cloud-streaming presumably coming within that period, Microsoft alludes that it will still work on its dedicated hardware for games to be played on. The timeframe of “the next three years” would put the mysterious console in line with Sony’s promise that the PlayStation 5 won’t be coming before 2020, but who will get there first? Other details from Thurrott reaffirm a step up from the Xbox One’s GDDR5 memory to hire someone with GDDR6 expertise and the fact that the console will be forward and backwards compatible. Given that Microsoft has one of the most impressive backwards compatibility schemes out there, gamers can expect the library to grow. Cloud gaming may be the way that the industry eventually heads, but for the foreseeable future, the likes of Sony, Microsoft, and Nintendo are still striving to work on what they are known best for. As the Nintendo Switch does its own thing for the family-friendly market and its amazing exclusives like Mario and Zelda, Sony and Microsoft arguably occupy a much more competitive market. The Xbox One X nudged ahead of the PS4 Pro to become the most powerful console in the history of the industry, so the big question is, can Microsoft do it again? Either way, as the world of video games looks ahead to this year’s E3 offerings, it sounds like everyone is in for a bit of a wait before Xbox and PlayStation lock horns all over again.
  5. Honor 10, one of the flagship killers that many Android fans have been waiting for, is finally here, and judging by what it has to offer, it will not disappoint. The most important thing is that the Honor 10 costs less than $500, even though it comes with powerful hardware inside. The smartphone has been officially introduced in China and will go on sale on April 27 for $415 (6GBRAM/64GB storage) and $480 (6GB RAM/128GB storage), respectively. The Honor 10 comes in four color variants: Black, Blue, Gray, and Purple. According to Honor, its new flagship killer will be launched globally on May 15, so if you don't live in China, you'll have to wait three more weeks for the Honor 10 to arrive. Also, expect the price to be slightly different. The Honor 10 ships with Android 8.1 Oreo (EMUI 8.1 included) on board and packs a top-tier Kirin 970 processor, the same that powers the Huawei P20 and P20 Pro flagships. Also, it boasts a high-quality dual-camera setup (16MP RGB+24MP monochrome), which features f/1.8 aperture, PDAF (phase detection autofocus) and intelligent image stabilization. On the front, the smartphone includes a 24-megapixel selfie camera with f/2.0 aperture and a fingerprint sensor hidden under the home button. It's got a 5.8-inch full HD+ (1080 x 2280 pixels) display with a 19:9 aspect ratio. Although it comes with a 3.5mm audio jack and dual nano SIM slots, the Honor 10 lacks microSD card slot, so you'll be limited to either 64GB or 128GB storage. Design-wise, the Honor 10 features a glass-coated back and a notch on top of the display that accommodates the earpiece, sensors and the 24-megapixel selfie camera. Finally, Honor 10 is powered by a 3,400 mAh battery with fast charging supports, as well as a wide range of connectivity options such as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.2, USB Type-C, and LTE support.
  6. The OnePlus brand store on Amazon India has listed the OnePlus 6 as coming soon with an option to sign up for updates. No real information is revealed through the listing outside the fact that Amazon India touts the 6 as its own exclusive. Though we still expect OnePlus to sell its latest flagship on its official retail store. OnePlus also added a promo video focused on The Speed You Need as a new angle for the OnePlus 6. There's no official (nor unofficial, for that matter) word on the OnePlus 6' eventual unveiling but we have strong evidence that it will carry a 6.28-inch screen with a notch, a 16MP+20MP dual camera, the top of the line Snapdragon 845 chipset and up to 8GB of RAM.
  7. Asus is going straight at Xiaomi with its new Flipkart-exclusive Zenfone Max Pro M1. Built around a 6-inch 18:9 IPS LCD and 5,000mAh battery, the Zenfone Max Pro M1 has a dual camera on the back, Snapdragon 636 chipset with either 3GB, 4GB or 6GB of RAM. The Asus Zenfone Max Pro M1 has two camera configurations - 13MP+5MP back and 8MP front combination that will be used in both 3GB and 4GB RAM models. The more premium 6GB RAM units will have 16MP+5MP main and 16MP selfie snappers. Interestingly, Asus has forsaken its ZenUI in favor of pure Android 8.1 and is promising at least two major OS updates. As for the huge 5,000mAh battery inside the Zenfone Max Pro M1 - it will come with quick charging support allowing you to fill it up in just 2 and a half hours. Buyers of the Asus Zenfone Max Pro M1 will be able to use Dual SIM and expandable storage simultaneously. The Asus Zenfone Max Pro M1 will be a Flipkart exclusive and its first flash sale will be on May 3 - you can register on Flipkart's site. Price-wise the 3GB/32GB model will go for INR 11,000 (€135), the 4GB/64GB model costs INR 13,000 (€160) and the 6GB/64GB will top out at INR 15,000 (€185).
  8. Well, well, well, that elusive Galaxy S line member with 256GB of storage memory has been somewhat of an unicorn here in the US ever since Samsung started listing such versions in its specs sheet, but they never materialized stateside. Until the Galaxy S9 and S9+, that is, as Verizon has listed both with 128GB and 256GB versions in its "new" category of devices certified in the last 30 days. Bear in mind that, officially, Verizon currently only sells the 64GB basic model, so these two are yet to be included in the store roster with pricing details. The memory-laden Galaxies are listed under Verizon's Open Development program, meaning that "once it passes the compliance testing, the device can be connected to our network," as per the carrier's description, but if and when are still very much pending questions.
  9. OnePlus’ Upcoming OnePlus 6 Will Feature 5 Layers Of Nanotech Glass Coating At The Back Well, folks, the OnePlus 6 is back. After a brief pause, the company feels gracious once again and provides us with critical external design details for the upcoming smartphone. Hype for the OnePlus 6 is at record levels, despite the smartphone’s sporadic appearances on the rumor mill. OnePlus’ dedicated fan base loves the company and sees an adequate response from the manufacturer as well. So, if you’re wondering what aesthetics will make it on the OnePlus 6, wonder no more and head on below to find out. OnePlus CEO Pete Lau Confirms That The Smartphone Will Feature A Glass Back With A High-End Feel OnePlus CEO Pete Lau is back today, with some more details for the upcoming OnePlus 6. Previously, he shared some important tidbits for the smartphone. The most important of these related to storage and RAM details. Lau has confirmed that the OnePlus 6 will also come in a 256GB internal storage variant that features 8GB of RAM. Additionally, he jumped in the middle of the notch debate by confirming an option for users to hide it by blacking out the surrounding screen area. Now, Mr. Lau is eager to share some details for the OnePlus 6’s back build and the company’s design philosophy. In a fresh blog post, he starts off by stressing the importance of minute details in gadget design. Lau then proceeds to highlight his company’s design philosophy for the OnePlus 6 and some elements that have stayed consistent over the years. These include a ‘signature horizon line’ and a precise curve at the device’s rear. However, these aren’t the important details related to today’s reveal. If you’re interested in them and want to learn more about the company’s approach, head over to the source link below. What we’re concerned with is the revelation that the OnePlus 6 will use glass as its rear material. Previous leaks suggested that the company might use a brushed metal or wood grain texture for the device, but now, Mr. Lau puts them to rest. What’s more is that he even goes ahead and gives out build details for this material. According to him, the OnePlus 6’s back will use an industry first glass with five layers of Nanotech coating. For the uninitiated, Nanotech Coating provides superior resistance against the elements and removes the need for solvents to clean the surface. Mr. Lau believes that the additional layers of Nanotech (most companies use only three, according to him), will lend the OnePlus 6 a superior feel and depth. This is aimed to satiate even the company’s most ‘demanding’ customers. A glass back also blends in with wireless charging, another feature that will make it on the OnePlus 6. So far, the device sounds impressive. Let’s hope it can kill some flagships this year. Thoughts? Let us know what you think in the comments section below and stay tuned. We’ll keep you updated on the latest.
  10. The family of Tim Bergling, the Swedish dance music star known as Avicii, who died on April 20 at age 28, have released a statement. We would like to thank you for the support and the loving words about our son and brother. We are so grateful for everyone who loved Tim’s music and have precious memories of his songs. Thank you for all the initiatives taken to honor Tim, with public gatherings, church bells ringing out his music, tributes at Coachella and moments of silence around the world. We are grateful for the privacy during this difficult time. Our wish is that it continues that way. With love, The Tim Bergling Family Bergling was found dead in his hotel room in Oman, the Middle Eastern country bordering Saudi Arabia. The cause of death is as yet unknown. One of the most popular and successful electronic dance-music artists of all time — he scored a No. 4 hit on the Billboard 200 in 2013 with “Wake Me Up” and regularly appeared in the Top 5 of Forbes’ “Highest-Paid DJs” lists — he retired from live performing in 2016 at the peak of his success, citing health reasons. He had suffered from health problems for several years, including acute pancreatitis, in part due to excessive drinking. He had his gallbladder and appendix removed in 2014. According to reports, sources within the Oman police department have said they have “no criminal suspicion” in the Friday death. Two post-mortem examinations have been conducted, with authorities ruling out foul play.
  11. The 2018 Billboard Music Awards are just one month away, and the first set of performers are officially here: Camila Cabello, Shawn Mendes and Dua Lipa are slated to take the stage on May 20. While it's unclear which song each artist will be performing at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, all three of the pop stars currently have a combined six songs on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. Mendes' recently released single, "In My Blood," sits at No. 37 (chart dated April 21); Cabello's "Never Be the Same" and Young Thug-assisted hit "Havana" are battling each other out in the top 20; and Lipa's "New Rules" is still holding strong at No. 27, while her newer hits "IDGAF" and the Calvin Harris collaboration "One Kiss" are working their way up the chart. Cabello, who is the only returning BBMAs performer (she made her solo live debut with "I Have Questions" and "Crying in the Club" at last year's show), is up for three awards this year, including top female artist. Mendes is once again facing off against BTS in the top social artist category, which the K-pop superstars won last year. More performers will be announced in the coming weeks. Be sure to catch Lipa, Mendes and Cabello on the 2018 Billboard Music Awards when the show is broadcast live on May 20 at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT on NBC.
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  13. Apple is reportedly seeking a price cut from Samsung on the price of OLED panels. Apple’s first device to sport an OLED display, the iPhone X, has so far seen much weaker demand than initially anticipated, which has forced Apple to cut orders by up to 50%. One of the main reasons behind this, unsurprisingly, is reportedly the high price of the smartphone. Now, despite recent reports that claimed Apple’s next flagship devices would be even more expensive than the company’s current iPhone X, Apple appears to be negotiating a near-10% price cut with Samsung in the hope of cutting costs which, ultimately, should allow the company to bring down prices slightly and improve demand. After all, OLED panels equate to nearly a third of the total iPhone X production costs, and, if successful with negotiations, Apple will have guaranteed itself a $10 price cut per panel down to a new $100 price tag. This new deal could also prove beneficial to Samsung due to the fact that Apple is expected to up display orders to a total of 100 million units, of which 25 million will be for the current iPhone X, and the remaining 75 million will be for the company’s 2018 devices. It’s reported that Apple had initially hoped to use other manufacturers in its negotiations with Samsung in the hope of forcing it to lowers its prices. According to recent reports, however, the likes of LG and others are not yet capacitated to reach the demand Apple requires, with the only option being Samsung, which therefore removes any guarantee that the Silicon Valley-based company will receive its price cut. Interestingly, however, it was recently mentioned that Samsung had reportedly offered Apple use of its Y-Octa panels which are currently present in the Galaxy S9 lineup and are much cheaper to produce. In any case, Apple appears to have learned from its mistakes, with the company said to be expecting much more conservative sales figures when it comes to the upcoming iPhone Xs and Xs Plus. Instead, the tech giants now expects the cheaper LCD-sporting device to be the biggest seller of the upcoming trio.
  14. Critical GPU Bug Capable of Triggering Reboots Found in Snapdragon Variants of the Samsung Galaxy S9/S9 Plus There’s no denying the fact that the Samsung Galaxy S9 is arguably one of the best Android phones on the market right now, but it isn’t without its share of problems. From black crush problems in the super AMOLED panel to dead zones on the touchscreen, the device has more than its share of problems, merely months after launch. Today’s bug is far more serious and was discovered by a U.K. based company called GraphicsFuzz, which specializes in testing GPU reliability on mobile devices. Earlier, the company discovered a security issue affecting the ARM driver for the Samsung Galaxy S6, for which Google awarded them a bug bounty. While testing the Snapdragon variant of the Samsung Galaxy S9, the team found an error in the Adreno 630’s graphics driver that triggers a whole-phone reboot via an Internet page, when browsing with the stock Samsung Internet browser. According to GraphicsFuzz, there is an error in the Adreno 630’s rendering of a shader (a program that allows the GPU to render an image) that can trigger a reboot under certain conditions Exynos-based devices worked just fine, the Adreno 630 GPU found to be at fault An in-depth investigation indicated that the root cause of the issue lies in the GPU driver for the Qualcomm Adreno 630, which is part of the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 system-on-chip. When the phone renders the complex shader, the GPU sets something called a “fence”, which is used to regulate the access to the shared memory between the CPU and GPU. Unlike a dedicated desktop GPU, a mobile GPU shares the same RAM as the CPU, so it uses a fence to access that shared memory, when under load. The problem arises from the fact that the fence is not able to complete which causes the phone to reboot. The bug only affects Samsung’s in-house browser; Samsung Internet. Other browsers merely crash after a while, as they have mechanisms in place to ends the GPU process after a set period, to prevent the device from crashing. Interestingly, the Exynos variant of the Samsung Galaxy S9, which comes with the Mali-G72 GPU can successfully render the shader, which brings us to the conclusion that the issue lies with the Adreno GPU. Theoretically, the bug should affect any device running the Snapdragon 845 SoC, but that remains to be tested. If you own a Snapdragon-based Galaxy S9 or S9+, you can use this link to access the page used for the test and see it for yourself, if you’re into that kind of stuff. Hopefully, we see a fix for this rolled out with the May security update. We’ve got our fingers crossed.
  15. A few days ago, we told you that the U.S. Justice Department is looking at possible collusion between Verizon, AT&T and the G.S.M.A. trade group. The three allegedly attempted to develop a way for a carrier to keep a phone locked to its network even with the use of eSIM technology. The latter is embedded in some devices, replacing the standard SIM card. A phone that features eSIM can be more easily switched from one carrier to another by sending a message to both the old and new provider. Since Verizon and AT&T control about 70% of the U.S. wireless industry, the two have a lot to lose if subscribers can more easily switch wireless firms. The collusion investigation might have some unintended side effects. On Friday, JP Morgan analysts said in a note to clients, "A DOJ view that carriers are colluding could mean that a potential Sprint and T-Mobile merger would face higher scrutiny, making us somewhat less optimistic about that deal." Talks between the third and fourth largest wireless operators in the states broke down in 2014 due to worries about a possible merger receiving regulatory approval. Both firms have reportedly restarted talks about joining forces, which would create the second largest stateside wireless operator surpassing AT&T. The note from JP Morgan points out that previous investigations into the major U.S. carriers have led nowhere and "we would be surprised to see a painful outcome for carriers in this one." Ironically, news about the investigation has led the G.S.M.A. to announce that it is putting work on developing a global standard for eSIM technology on hold while the investigation plays out. Yet, the New York Times says that the trade group itself is being looked at by the DOJ for its part in the alleged collusion between Verizon and AT&T. By halting work on eSIM technology, even temporarily, the G.S.M.A. gets the results it was supposedly seeking along with AT&T and Verizon. "A DOJ view that carriers are colluding could mean that a potential Sprint + T-Mobile merger would face higher scrutiny, making us somewhat less optimistic about that deal."-JP Morgan analysts The JP Morgan analysts go on to say that since "inserting a new SIM card is easy and often done by consumers or retail employees," they do not expect a DOJ probe to find much evidence of anti-competitive behavior on the part of the two aforementioned carriers.