Five to Try: Titanfall: Assault lands on Android, and Kevin Hart launches Laugh Out Loud

If you’re in need of new and interesting Android apps and games to check out this weekend, then look no further: We have five of the week’s biggest Play Store debuts and updates collected here in our latest Five to Try column. Titanfall: Assault transforms the exhilarating mech shooter franchise into an intriguing card-based battle for control, while Kevin Hart’s new Laugh Out Loud streaming app serves up original comedy shows in both free and paid varieties. And if you want further options, then Motorsport Manager Mobile 2, Samsung’s no-longer-exclusive Internet Browser,…

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Flashy lifestyle lands delhiites in traffic trouble

NEW DELHI: You don’t have to jump a signal to be fined. In 2016, more than 50,000 Delhiites were handed over challans by the police for jazzing up their cars with flashy lights, shiny gadgets, tinted glass and playing loud music. According to police, smoking while driving, playing loud music, using striking number plates, blinding top lights and modifying the car could land you in trouble. Besides penalty, your driving license could also be impounded. A total of 1,000 people were penalised for playing loud music in their cars last…

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Zilingo lands $8M for its marketplace for fashion sellers in Southeast Asia

Zilingo may not be a name known to many prior to today, but the under-the-radar e-commerce company has closed an impressive $8 million Series A round to scale its fashion-focused operations in Southeast Asia. The round was led by Sequoia India, Indonesia-based Venturra Capital and Susquehanna International Group, with Wavemaker Partners, Beenext, Beenos and Digital Garage also chipping in. Zilingo previously raised $2 million, so this takes its total to $10 million. Not bad for a company that has deliberately kept a low profile. The days of capital intensive business dominating e-commerce in Southeast…

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Air Algerie Plane Lands Safely After Technical Fault

ALGIERS:  An Air Algeria plane en route to Marseille has been forced to return to Algiers due to an unspecified technical failure. The airline said the plane landed safely in the Algerian capital today around 30 minutes after takeoff and no one was injured. It said passengers are expected to board another plane for Marseille in southern France later in the day. It didn’t immediately provide any more details about what caused the emergency.   [Source  NDTV]

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