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Play PUBG Free On PC Legally.

Download and Play PUBG Free On PC Legally. - Myster Techs

Now Day Every Battleground Game Lover Is Playing PUBG. PUBG is most played Game on mobile and PC in 2018. If you want to play PUBG on your low end PC then keep reading.  

Two Reason Why People Not playing PUBG on PC.

1. Requirement Of PC Hardware.
2. People Don't Want To buy PUBG.

If you think you can download PUBG PC Version For Free then you are completely Wrong.
Some people Upload PUBG Moded For PC Some of them is wrong and some of is virus. 
Moded Version Of PUBG Is not safe.


Only One Single Trick to Play PUBG Free On PC Legally.

  • Tencent has just released an official PC emulator for PUBG Mobile on the Tencent Gaming Buddy platform.
  • Controls and graphics are adapted to mouse and keyboard use, but still need to be optimized.
  • The emulator is still in beta, and cross play between PC and mobile players is not yet available.

In an unusual plot twist, PUBG Mobile, the main contender on Android, is now officially playable on PC. Mobile gaming behemoth Tencent has released an official PC emulator for PUBG Mobile, which is the mobile port… of the PC version of PUBG. It is still in beta, but the Tencent Gaming Buddy emulator and PUBG Mobile can be downloaded from its website free of charge.
It’s still in beta, but the PC emulator for PUBG Mobile offers the exactly the same game that has been available on mobile devices for over a month now. Controls have been remapped for mouse and keyboard, but they haven’t been completely optimized. The HUD is clearly made for touch screen devices, and still prompts users to tap on parts of the screen for certain commands.

Tencent Gaming Buddy by PUBG

Download and Play PUBG Free On PC Legally.

If you’ve enjoying PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds’ free-to-play mobile version on your phone, but want more precise control like what your mouse and keyboard offer, Tencent has got you covered.
The Chinese game publisher has launched an official Android emulator for PC, which lets you fire up the mobile version of the popular Battle Royale title on your desktop and use your mouse and keyboard as input devices.

Official Download

The new PUBG mobile emulator will let the user enjoy PUBG mobile version on their PC. As the mobile version has low system requirements, you can play even on low-end PC with this emulator. The graphics are not as good as the original PC version, but it is not bad either. The gameplay is excellent and with the controls, it offers you can get the ultimate experience of online gaming.

1. Download PUBG Mobile Emulator from the link given below.
2. Install the Tencent Gaming Buddy file on your Windows PC.
3. Open Tencent Gaming Buddy, make sure you have an active internet connection to proceed further.
4. It will download some files to complete the setup.
5. Next, it will download the game file.
6. After the game has finished downloading and installing, Choose the graphics quality that you want to play on
7. Go to the menu button on the top right corner and click on settings. Here set the parameters depending on your PC configuration.
8. All Set, Enjoy the game!

By sujeet kumar

Credit:- Pratik Ranjan

Source :- Tech With Pratik

If you have some suggestion for next post then comment down below and i am giving credit to you on post.

Create Your Own Blog For Free
If you are planning to create your own blog, This post is right place to get help for your new professional blog.

First Thing you need to know about Name & Blog user Name  Like (,

If you are choosing best and Unique Name For your blog then you are getting batter search result in google.

Topic :-
Topic is 2nd main thing for your blog, if you are choosing a Topic like very competitive (Tech, News, Bollywood, Hollywood )

5 Tips to make a best blog.

  1. Choose a blogging platform. (Blogger, WordPress)
  2. Register a domain name and hosting. (optional)
  3. Design your blog.
  4. Add posts and pages.
  5. Start growing your blog.

Choose a blogging platform

Here are the blogging platforms we’ll be comparing in this article. If you’re interested in a particular platform, you can click the link to skip ahead in the article.
  2. Blogger
  3. Wix
  5. Tumblr
  6. Medium
  7. Squarespace
  8. Joomla
  9. Ghost
  10. Weebly

Register a domain name and hosting

If you don’t have a hosting or a domain name yet – don’t worry. I’ll be showing some best domain website.
If for some odd reason you don’t want to use domain, you can always choose another free hosting provider. I can’t promise they’ll be that good, but the registration and the setup process should be somewhat similar. Some hosting companies do not have one-click install for WordPress. If that’s the case, see this guide for installing WordPress manually (not recommended for beginners, though).

1. GoDaddy
2. Hostgator
3. Bigrock
4. Go

Design your blog.

"How do I design my blog?" is one of the most frequently asked questions from new bloggers. This guide will help you answer that question.
The design of your blog is fundamental. The better looking a blog is, the more memorable it will be for the visitors. More of them will stick to it, subscribe, return and share it with their friends on social media. Let's have a look at steps you need to take to create a great looking blog design.

if you are create a blog on WordPress then you will get tons of free professional design on WordPress, but if you are create a blog on blogger, in blogger you can't find any professional design but you can get professional design by third party website like (Sora template, gooyaabitemplates)

Best free templates website for blogger
2. gooyaabi templates
3. BTemplates
4. ThemeForest

Start growing your blog

Top 4 Powerful SEO trick for website and blog 

by sujeet kumar

Make Your Virtual Personal Assistant

 Make Your Own Virtual Personal Assistant - Raspberry pi 3
Google, Apple and Amazon launched her AI Devices like: Google Home, Apple home, Alexa, but main problem is all of them are so expansive

in this post i am talking about making your own AI assistant with google assistant and amazon Alexa.

What You’ll Need

As you’d expect, you’ll need a Raspberry Pi alongside a handful of parts:
  • A Raspberry Pi 3 (recommended) or Raspberry Pi 2 (you’ll also need a USB Wi-FI adapter with the Model 2) with Raspbian installed. If you haven’t installed Raspbian before, our guide covers everything you need to know.
  • A MicroUSB power cable
  • An 8GB MicroSD card
  • A USB Microphone (I used this cheap $6 mic, but pretty much any USB mic seems to work. The $8 Playstation Eye seems to work especially well if you’re looking for a slight upgrade)
  • Speakers (any powered speaker does the job, I decided to use a UE Mini Boom because I already owned it and even when it’s plugged into the Pi, it still works as a Bluetooth speaker)
  • A Keyboard and Mouse for setup (or access to a computer with VNC)
Installing Both of assistant

Step One: Register for an Amazon Developer Account,fl_progressive,q_80,w_800/vmcmdmwkycsoxzlwnpnm.jpg
Before you do anything, you’ll need to register for a free Amazon Developer Account, then create a profile for your DIY Echo. This is pretty straightforward:
  1. Log into your Amazon Developer Account.
  2. Click on the Alexa Tab.
  3. Click Register a Product Type > Device.
  4. Name your device type and display name (We chose “Raspberry Pi” for both).
  5. Click Next.
  6. On the Security Profile screen, slick “Create new profile.”
  7. Under the General tab, next to “Security Profile Name” name your profile. Do the same for the description. Click Next.
  8. Make a note of the Product ID, Client ID, and Client Secret that the site generates for you.
  9. Click the Web Settings tab, then click the Edit button next to the profile dropdown.
  10. Next to Allowed Origins, click, “Add Another” and type in: https://localhost:3000.
  11. Next to Allowed Return URLs, click “Add Another” and type in: https://localhost:3000/authresponse Click Next when you’re done.
  12. The Device Details tab is next. It doesn’t matter much what you enter here. Pick a category, write a description, pick an expected timeline, and enter a 0 on the form next to how many devices you plan on using this on. Click Next.
  13. Finally, you can choose to add in Amazon Music here. This does not work on the Pi powered device, so leave it checked as “No.” Click Save.

Step Two: Clone and Install Alexa,fl_progressive,q_80,w_800/bkeikgvyskacqjzfuwd4.jpg
  1.   Open the Terminal application on the Raspberry Pi and type: cd Desktop and press Enter.
  2. Type in git clone and press Enter.
  3. Once that’s complete, type in: cd ~/Desktop/alexa-avs-sample-app and press Enter.
  4. Type in nano and press Enter.
  5. This pulls up your text editor. Here, you’ll need to enter your ProductID, ClientID, and ClientSecret that you notes in the step above. Use the arrow keys to navigate to each entry. Enter each detail after the = sign as noted in the image above. When you’re done, tap CTRL+X to save and exit.
  6. You’re now back at the command line. It’s time to run the install script. Type in cd ~/Desktop/alexa-avs-sample-app and press Enter.
  7. Type in . and press Enter.
  8. When prompted, press Y for the different questions, and answer as you see fit for the rest. This will configure your Pi and install some extra software. This can take up to 30 minutes, so just let it do it’s thing.

Step Three: Run the Alexa Web Service,fl_progressive,q_80,w_800/zhfptdw3jsd57vilttr3.gif
The first one you’ll start is the Alexa Web Service:
  1. Type in cd ~/Desktop/alexa-avs-sample-app/samples and press Enter.
  2. Type in cd companionService && npm start and press Enter.
This starts the companion service and opens up a port to communicate with Amazon. Leave this window open.

Step Four: Run the Sample App and Confirm Your Account,fl_progressive,q_80,w_800/oeslhgvhdof9gapwdwuy.gif
  1. In your new Terminal window type in cd ~/Desktop/alexa-avs-sample-app/samples and press Enter.
  2. Type in cd javaclient && mvn exec:exec and press Enter.
  3. A window will pop up asking you to authenticate your device. Click Yes. This opens up a browser window. A second pop-up will appear in the Java app asking you to click Ok. Do not click this yet.
  4. Log into your Amazon account in the browser.
  5. You’ll see an authentication screen for your device. Click Okay. Your browser will now display “device tokens ready.”
  6. You can now Click the Ok pop-up in the Java app.
Now, your Raspberry Pi has the necessary tokens to communicate with Amazon’s server. Leave this Terminal window open.

Step Five: Start Your Wake Word Engine,fl_progressive,q_80,w_800/vhsxt0bidgt0rtiycpqc.gif
Finally, open a third Terminal window (File > New Window). Here, you’ll start the wake word engine. This makes it so you can say “Alexa” to make your Raspberry Pi start listening to you. You have two options for wake word software, Sensory and KITT.AI. Both are free, but Sensory expires after 90 days, so let’s use KITT instead:

  1. Type in cd ~/Desktop/alexa-avs-sample-app/samples and press Enter.
  2. Type in cd wakeWordAgent/src && ./wakeWordAgent -e kitt_ai
That’s it, your DIY Echo is now running. Go ahead and try it out by saying “Alexa.” You should hear a beep indicating that it’s listening. When you hear that beep, ask a question like, “What’s the weather?” or “What’s the score in the Dodgers game?”

Step six: autostart Amazon alexa-avs-sample-app on boot

Install the alexa-avs-sample-app and first make sure that it is working fine and after that follow the guidelines given below.
  • Clone the git using:
git clone
  • Check and verify the path of the installed alexa-avs-sample-app in the, and scripts placed inside the /home/pi/headless-alexa-avs-sample-app/scripts directory.
  • Make the installer executable using:
sudo chmod +x /home/pi/headless-alexa-avs-sample-app/  
  • Execute the installer:
sudo /home/pi/headless-alexa-avs-sample-app/  

in next post i am teaching you how you can install google assistant on your rpi3
by sujeet kumar

Dual-camera smartphone systems are truly useful for three things:
  1. Portrait photo (bokeh/blur).
  2. Telephoto (zoom)
  3. Wide-angle photo

Dual Lens and Higher-Quality Photography (Sensor Fusion)

  1. Dual-lens system have too often two lower-quality (surface area, pixel size) sensors and lenses
  2. It is difficult to align the data from both sensors. This could lower sharpness
  3. Image tuning varies greatly from OEM to OEM

 best camera phone in 2018

A dual camera phone is packed with two cameras on the rear. Out of these two, one is a primary camera and the other acts as a secondary camera. This camera-combo strives to make a picture more dynamic and intense by adding minute details, which a single camera fails to add.

but not all dual camera is better than single camera phone.
best camera phone in 2018

Google Pixel 2 XL is best camera phone in 2018
Promising phone with new caveats

A bigger, sharper screen and thinner bezels make the Pixel 2 XL the more desirable Google phone, but some early units have been dogged by screen issues.

flagship phones may be turning to dual cameras for striking photo effects, but Google’s latest Pixel relies on computational smarts to aid its single 12-megapixel rear camera. Despite the lone lens, the Pixel 2 XL can still create Portrait Mode style pictures similar to the iPhone 8 Plus and Galaxy Note 8 with a stylish background blur. (So can the smaller Pixel 2 for that matter.) And because it’s computational photography powering the effect, the Pixel 2 XL’s front camera can take Portrait Mode shots, too. Throw in Google Lens — a feature that lets adds object recognition to your camera — and you’ve got one clever camera phone in the Pixel 2 XL.

Google paid white hat hackers more than $1.5 million this year to find bugs 

 Google just announced that it dished out more than $1.5 million this year to "white hat" hackers who helped the company find security vulnerabilities in its products.

The company started its Security Rewards Program in 2010 to encourage security researchers to search for and report bugs and security flaws.
That big payout went to more than 200 different researchers, Google says, with the largest single sum - $150,000 - going to a 17-year-old who found and fixed some Google Chrome security issues. He ended up joining Google as an intern in its Project Zero security division after reporting the project.
Google's bug-finding initiative recently drew fire from Microsoft after Google exposed a security bug in Windows 8 before Microsoft had a chance to patch it. Google's Project Zero has a strict 90-day "fix it or we'll disclose it," policy, but Microsoft wanted to put the fix out as part of its monthly "Patch Tuesday," which delivers fixes to enterprise customers on a predictable schedule.
Google isn't the only major tech company that rewards reported bugs. High-tech "bounty hunters" can get money from Facebook, Twitter, and Mozilla, all of which offer similar programs.
Google also announced a new initiative it's calling " Vulnerability Research Grants ."
Because bugs are getting increasingly difficult to find, the goal of the grants is to give researchers a way to spend a lot of time and effort on struggling to find problems without feeling like they wasted their time. Hackers can apply for grants of a maximum of $3,133.70 (it's a hacker joke ).


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