:::The tech market is warming up for the release of Nothing Ear (1) DropX.
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The sale of Nothing Ear (1) DropX will see the release of the first hundred units on StockX. The sale would be in the form of an exclusive auction. With, Nothing Ear (1) DropX will become the first tech product to launch on StockX.
The sale goes live on July 19, 2021, at 6:30 pm (IST), and it will remain live till 6:29 pm (IST) on July 21, 2021. Customers who succeed in getting their hands on the limited edition of Nothing Ear (1) DropX will be the first ones to get it before it has been fully revealed to other customers.
The limited edition of Nothing Ear (1) DropX will reportedly be engraved with the number starting from 1 to 100, signifying which one has been bought by the customer. Once launched, the earbuds with active noise cancellation feature will be available on Flipkart at ₹5,999/-.
:::The gamers, especially the fans of Call Of Duty, are on another level with the launch of the Call Of Duty Season 6 mobile beta.
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The mobile beta of Call Of Duty Season 6 has been rolled out for Android and iOS. The announcement was reportedly made on Reddit. The mobile beta has limited slots available and hence, may be unable to allow various excited players to try Call Of Duty Season 6 Mobile Beta. The developers have warned that there is a chance that the beta version may contain bugs, affecting the performance of the game on mobile devices.
The features to debut in Call Of Duty Season 6 Mobile Beta include two new multiplayer maps namely Slums & Stacks, new operator skills, score streaks, perks, and different types of grenade. All the features in mobile may or may not make it to the final launch. There is also a probability that some features may skip the sixth season to be a part of any future season.
:::YouTube is bringing three new features to its platform.
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The three new features that will be introduced by YouTube are as follows:
- Limiting Chats
Streamers will now be able to decide who participates in their live chats by limiting the feature only to their subscribers. Anyone who has not subscribed to their YouTube channel will be unable to participate in the live chat. The move is expected to encourage viewers to subscribe to a YouTube channel.
- Create Polls
Streamers will have an option to seek the opinion of their followers regarding the kind of content that they should come up with. This feature could also be used to seek feedback from the viewers. The option to create a poll will feature in live chats.
- Create Clips
The option will be open to both - streamers and viewers. The feature will help both to share the highlights from videos with a longer duration.
All the three features mentioned above will be available only to YouTube Content Creates who live-stream their gaming sessions. They, however, would need at least one thousand subscribers to be eligible for this feature.
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