Microsoft first showcased its Xbox Elite Wireless Controller in 2015. Though the controller is pricey, it has been popular among the gamers who want a gamepad that fits well in their hand. It seems, the popularity of the controller has encouraged Microsoft to come up with an updated version of the gamepad.
The latest addition to the Google Arts & Culture app on Android and iOS enables users to match their selfies with famous portraits from international museum galleries. For now, Google has launched the feature in the U.S. only, but users from other countries are already enjoying the new feature using the VPN service. The Google Arts & Culture app comes in quite handy for those interested in viewing exhibits from international museums, institutions and galleries around the world.
Google is expanding its cloud computing infrastructure in five new regions, and plans to build its own undersea cables. Now, the search giant has a direct investment in 11 cables. According to the search giant, its Netherlands and Montreal cloud computing center will be operational in the first-quarter of 2018, followed by the centers in Finland, Hong Kong and Los Angeles. Google deploys its cloud computing resources into different regions that are further divided into zones.
@SushmaSwaraj Mam, My mother visited PSK in Asansol & she was returned because she didn't have any Xth passing docs. We did submit the alternate ITR documents required for Non-ECR, but the agent was adamant for Xth docs; she passed Xth ~35 years back and have no docs. Pls check.
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