2:56 CNET may get a commission from retail offers. 0 Huawei P30 Huawei P20 takes terrific low-light photos The German site WinFuture shared this photo reportedly of the Huawei P30 Pro in orange. WinFutre Huawei made a splash in February with its foldable Mate X phone. It was instantly — and favorably — compared to the Galaxy Fold from Samsung. But it’s another Huawei phone that could be the real head-turner. A leaked photo published on the German site WinFuture on March 13 purportedly shows the upcoming Huawei P30 Pro in an eye-popping shade of orange.While the color could be considered red or orange, apparently it’s called Sunshine. Huawei is known for using vibrant finishes on its phones. But the color isn’t the only interesting thing we see in the photo: On the back of the phone is a camera array stacked with three cameras in the corner. There’s a separate fourth camera just below the flash.The P30 Pro is rumored to have a 7.8x optical zoom, which would be a first on a phone. Of course, we’ll know for certain about the cameras and the color at Huawei’s event in Paris on March 26.Huawei didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment on the leak.Originally published March 14 at 1:03 p.m. PT.Update, March 17: Add photo featuring the Huawei P30 Pro in Sunshine Post a comment Now playing: Watch this: How To • Huawei P30 phone announcement: How to watch, what to expect $534 Phones Review • Huawei P30 review: The P30 Pro’s fantastic photos for less 8 Photos News • Huawei P30 Pro’s pop-out cam is powerful enough to shoot the moon Tags Huawei P20 Pro shows off its three cameras with four new standout colors Share your voice See it Mentioned Above Huawei P30 (128GB, black) Huawei
https://www.ibtimes.co.in/sandeep-reddy-opens-kabir-singh-reviewers-calls-them-parasites-pseudo-critics-801137 Ram Gopal Varma and Sandeep Reddy VangaCollage of photos taken from Twitter and FacebookHours after singer Chinmayi Sripaada thrashed Sandeep Reddy Vanga for defending his concept of love, ace filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma aka RGV batted for the Kabir Singh director by comparing his film to Baahubali 2.Kabir Singh might have been a huge success at the box office, but it has faced the wrath of activists who are angry with Sandeep Reddy Vanga for glorifying violence against women. The film unit was keeping mum on the issue for the last two weeks until the director defended it in an interview to Anupama Chopra.The clip featuring Sandeep Reddy Vanga, describing what love is, went viral and created ripples on social media on Sunday. Feminists had a field day as many of them shared this video and thrashed the director. Chinmayi Sripaada was one of those activists, who condemned Sandeep for showcasing violence in the name of love. In a series of tweets, she tried to prove his concept of love is wrong.Chinmayi Sripaada: If a man is deeply connected with you – He will NEVER LAY HIS HANDS ON YOU. He will NEVER slap you. He will NEVER TOUCH YOU without your consent. Women (and young boys) have been told for aeons that being beaten up is a sign of *Love* / *Discipline*. IT IS ABUSE!I am in love. My husband loves me to bits. He didn’t have to hit me to prove that he is. Women stay in abusive marriages because men beat them up and then help them heal from the wounds that should have NEVER been there. Kids grow up in homes like this.A man who gets a woman to remove her clothes at knife point is a troubled man. Yes, such men can be in love and their stories can be told. I have known of women who are in abusive relationships/marriages with men. But *glorifying those men as Gods* is the problem.Trust me – when you are deeply connected with an individual and you’re deeply in love – You’d NEVER do anything to hurt them.Precisely the problem. When well meaning men will now normalise slapping the women they ‘love’ because they’ll claim they’re *deeply connected*. I guess the damage is done. God help us.And I say both women and men should be in harmonious relationships for a healthy society. For homes to be healthy. For kids to grow up safe. That’s all.Feminism asks for equal rights. It’s not OK for anyone to be slapped. It is not OK for any person of any gender to be in a toxic relationship. I do know that most women and men who use feminism in a negative context don’t know what it stands for and that’s OK.Barely an hour after Chinmayi Sripaada’s dig at him, Ram Gopal Varma took to his Twitter account to bat for Sandeep Reddy Vanga. RGV tweeted the link to his latest interview and praised him for his honesty and courage. He tweeted, “I think @imvangasandeep is the most perfect mix of innocent honesty and truthful courage.. This interview of his,is as pathbreaking as his #KabirSingh.”Ram Gopal Varma did not stop there. He went on to say that the success of Kabir Singh is four times bigger than SS Rajamouli’s historical blockbuster Baahubali 2. In a series of tweets, the controversial filmmaker also said that his story and characters are the exact opposite of what the film industry believes. They are exactly what the audience will love and relate to.Ram Gopal Varma: Speaking only of Hindi,In ratio of ROI(Return on investment) @imvangasandeep ‘s KABIR SINGH is 4 times bigger hit than BAHUBALI 2 and taking time into consideration it is 16 times bigger hit than BAHUBALI 2 considering KABIR SINGH was made in 6 months and BAHUBALI 2 in 2 yearsAmazing thing about @imvangasandeep is that his story and it’s characters are the exact opposite of what the film industry always believed,what the audience will love and relate to .. #KabirSingh ‘s monstrous success proves that he knows the actual reality of the audienceMe toasting @imvangasandeep at Mumbai’s Alfredo’s in celebrating #KabirSingh ‘s Godzillian success
5g network speed test: How fast is fast enough? Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series was launched recently to ease fans’ excitement and anticipation. The latest Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+ made a powerful impact in the industry with their debut, but that’s not the only thing to look forward to when it comes to Samsung. There’s one more flagship-worthy smartphone in the offing that offers a strong appeal, even share a spotlight with the Galaxy Note 10.Samsung Galaxy A series will soon add a new member to its premium family, the Galaxy A91. The company has already shared quite a few details about the Galaxy A91, making it one of the most discussed topics among gadget enthusiasts. Yes, it is the same smartphone that is going to feature a 108MP quad camera setup.But that’s not why Galaxy A91 is worth getting hyped up over. Samsung Hungary’s website has revealed another major feature about the upcoming smartphone, which makes it nothing short of a flagship. Samsung Galaxy Note 10 comes with 45W fast charging supportSamsungAccording to the listing, Samsung Galaxy A91 will support 45W fast charging – a feature currently exclusive to Galaxy Note 10+ and its 5G variant. The information comes from the listing for Samsung’s 45W Super-Fast Charging adapter, where the list of compatible models confirms support for “Galaxy Note 10+, Note 10+ 5G, A91 and higher.”Interestingly, the listing also mentions 25W fast charging support for a series of other phones in the company’s lineup, including Galaxy Note 10, Note 10 5G, S10 5G, A90 5G, A80, A70, Book S and later. If you look closely, the Galaxy A90 5G has also been listed under compatible models, which means the rumours about 5G variant of A90 are true. It could also be an affordable 5G smartphone from Samsung for those who cannot afford Galaxy S10 5G or Note 10+ 5G. Samsung Galaxy A80SamsungGoing back to the Galaxy A91, the smartphone is going to light up eyes when launched. The phone’s camera is going to be a huge selling point for the company. Samsung Galaxy A91 will feature a quad-camera setup consisting of a 108MP primary sensor, a 16MP wide-angle lens, a 12MP telephoto lens with 5x optical zoom and a ToF sensor.While the official launch of the Galaxy A91 hasn’t been confirmed yet, we can expect to learn more sooner than later. Stay tuned for updates. Close
Christian priest William Walter Rosario rescued by South Surma police on Friday. Photo: Prothom AloChristian priest William Walter Rosario, who went missing on 27 November from Natore, has been rescued in Sylhet.Sylhet police said they rescued the priest at 3:00pm on Friday from Kadamtali Bus Terminal in South Surma.”He was found sitting in the terminal. He has already been sent to Dhaka. Dhaka police will inform newsmen more about his rescue,” said South Surma police station officer-in-charge Khairul Fazal.Assistant priest of Jonail Borny Church and headmaster of St Lewis High School William Walter Rosario went missing nearly five days ago.He started from his residence by a motorcycle around 5:00pm to meet his elder brother at Jonail Dharmapalli, said his family members.He remained missing ever since, they said.Rosario’s brother Premal said they suspected that he was kidnapped.
A Prothom Alo IllustrationA suspected drug trader was killed in what the members of Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) called a gunfight with them at Fakirganj in Pirganj upazila of Thakurgaon early Thursday.The deceased is Monirul Islam Babul, 35, son of certain Maidul Islam of North Sujalpur in Birganj upazila of Dinajpur district.A team of BGB arrested Babul from the bordering area on Wednesday night along with 112 bottles of Phensidyl and one bottle of wine, said lieutenant colonel Gazi Nahid Uz Zaman, a commanding officer of BGB-42.Later, the team along with Babul conducted a drive at Fakirganj around 2:00am to recover more drugs, he said.Sensing presence of the border guards, Babul’s cohorts opened fire on them, forcing them to fire back that triggered a gunfight, Nahid said, adding that at one stage, Babul was caught in the line of fire and died while others managed to flee.The BGB members also recovered 75 bottles of Phensidyl, a firearm, Tk 22,000 in cash and a sharp weapon from the spot, he said.
Did you know? Why you should never wear leggings on airplanes Share Wednesday, March 15, 2017 NEW YORK — Say it ain’t so! An aviation expert has come forward to denounce the many benefits of leggings, which have become the must-have accessory for women while travelling.According to Cosmopolitan, aviation expert Christine Negroni told The Sun that yoga-style leggings shouldn’t be worn on planes, not because they may not be warm enough or can be regarded by some as ‘skimpy’, but because they may actually be a fire hazard.“Everyone is wearing yoga pants on aeroplanes now, but I avoid all artificial fibres because they are more likely to burn and stick to you if there is a fire,” she told The Sun during her interview.Negroni suggests clothes made of cotton and natural fibres as a safer alternative, and also advises passengers to put their shoes on prior to arrival. While many of us are guilty of shedding our footwear throughout the course of a long flight, Negroni says that the riskiest time on a flight is during landing, which is why a shoe policy should be enforced.More news: Can you guess the one and only hotel company to rank on Indeed’s Top Workplaces in Canada list?“If you escape an aircraft, the floor could be very hot or cold, it might be covered in oil or on fire, or in a cornfield – you won’t want to be barefoot,” she added.Got it. Ditch the leggings and keep our shoes on. But oh, how difficult it’ll be to leave those leggings at home. Travelweek Group Posted by Tags: Planes << Previous PostNext Post >>
Advertisement President Yoweri Museveni has told the “Transform Africa Summit 2013” taking place in the Rwandan capital of Kigali that in the application and utilization of Information Communication Technology (ICT) must not be unidirectional but multi-directional and integrate it in the whole social economic transformation process’ of our national economies.The Transform Africa Summit 2013 is being held under the theme of “The Future Delivered Now” and is attended by seven Heads of State seeking to spearhead broadband connectivity on the continent in order to overcome connectivity ICT challenges and to offer appropriate platforms for dialogue between governments and the private sector. It is hosted by President Paul Kagame and co-hosted by the Secretary General of the International Telecommunications Union, (ITU), Dr.Hamadou Toure.The Ugandan leader said that “ICT must not only be used to assist agricultural development, manufacturing, in education and the services sector but it must also be used as a sector by itself especially in out-sourcing of jobs’ abroad. It must also be optimally applied in solving challenges in automation of machines, storing and retrieving of information, identifying of persons, in democratic voting systems, sorting out the wage bill and in defence systems”.Museveni told the summit that there is no doubt that electronics and ICT is the way forward for the future in the social economic transformation of the people and countries and in this regard Uganda has already been linked to the under-sea cable and so far attained broadband backbone connectivity of 22 towns and municipalities out of 112 in the country. Six million people, constituting 20% of the population, he said, are connected to smart phones. – Advertisement – Host President Kagame said Rwanda had made modest advances and progress in the application of ICT in her national development efforts right from Primary Schools where each child has access to a laptop and ICT is part of every infrastructure the country has invested in be it in the construction industry, in health services in agriculture, etc. This has worked for them and can visibly be witnessed in every society across the country.The Summit was also addressed by the Kenyan leader, President Uhuru Kenyatta, President Salva Kiir Mayardit of South Sudan, the Presidents of Mali, Gabon, and Burkina Faso as well as the Secretary General of the ITU, Dr. M.Toure.President Museveni was accompanied by the minister of foreign affairs, Sam Kutesa, ICT state minister, Nyombi Tembo and MP Buhaguzi County Julius Bigirwa.Credit: NewVision
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