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Sunburn! challenges you to gather missing crew on your way to the sun

Noodlecake Studios always have something new and exciting games to offer. That is why a lot of games from the developer are always included in several Humble Bundle promos already. A new one entitle 'Sunburn!' will challenge you to gather your crew that has been scattered after the ship went missing. To be able to do that, you need to jump into the sun and see where your shipmates have been.

Blur Privacy Protection hides your email, numbers for life [DEALS]

You've heard about VPNs, which can mask your activities online. But there will eventually come a time when you will have to hand over some personal information, like an e-mail address or a phone number, mostly just to buy that gift online. During those times, you might not want to give merchants your full credentials, especially for a one-time transaction with a not so trustworthy store. For those situations, Blur's brand of privacy protection might just be the right one for you. And now you can avail of it for the rest of your life!

OPPO Neo 5s silently launched, now readily available

Aside from the ColorOS update about to be released, OPPO is also working on new models. There was no official announcement from the company but a new unit suddenly popped up on OPPO's official website. The OPPO Neo 5s is obviously a follow up to the OPPO Neo 5 which was released last year. From Neo 5, OPPO used the 5s instead of just going for the Neo 6 title.

India gets two new Chromebooks for below $250, with more to come

Google has introduced two new sub-$250 Chromebooks into the Indian market. Manufactured locally by Nexan and Xolo and just like the other Chromebooks, the machines are powered by the web-based Chrome OS platform. Google said that they will be bringing more machines like this from other manufacturers like ASUS, Samsung, and other locally based OEMs so that the Indian market will have a lot more to choose from and solidifying the South Asian country as a market to watch out for when it comes to tech products and all.

Google intros new Literata typeface for Play Books

If you're a regular reader on Google Play Books, you'd be happy to know that there is a new font you could use. The new font called Literata is said to be ideal for longer reads on all devices so whether you're reading on your smartphone or tablet, your eyes won't get tired because the new book typeface was custom-made just for Google.