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  1. The most commonly requested feature by Apple users, is the ability to share music with their friends. In fact, since Apple removed the headphone jack, it has become harder to listen to music along with your friends. Wired earphones let users share music with each other by sharing each earbud. However, sharing AirPods or any wireless Bluetooth device is a big pain but it seems like Apple has already found a fix. © Apple Currently, iPhone and iPad support multiform audio via AirPlay 2 and it works on speakers that support the feature. I use the multi-room system on my Sonos setup using Apple's AirPlay feature. However, a new report by Macotakara spotted by 9to5Mac says that Apple will be adding dual Bluetooth audio support for the iPhone 11 or whatever it will be called. © MensXP_Akshay Bhalla Dual Bluetooth output has been a long requested feature which essentially means that two people can listen to the same audio content from one iPhone. For example, if you and your friend both have AirPods, you will be able to listen to the same music simultaneously from an iPhone on your own set of AirPods. Currently, the iPhone only supports connecting one audio device at a time which makes it harder to share Bluetooth devices to listen to music at the same time. © Apple The iPhone, however, does support multiple Bluetooth connections already as the iPhone can communicate with the Apple Watch and transmit music to the AirPods simultaneously. Dual Bluetooth audio output is not a new concept as some Android devices already support this feature and it would be great to see this on the iPhone as well. Having said that, using dual Bluetooth audio output has its own drawbacks as it often leads to unstable connections and synchronisation. It would be interesting to see how Apple would tackle this issue. There's a good chance that Apple may refresh its W1 chip for this feature to work. Of course, this is a rumoured feature that we may or may not see on the next iPhone and needs to be taken with a pinch of salt. Having said that, the AirPods are one of Apple's most successful products since the iPhone and are more of a social phenomenon today. It would be logical for the Cupertino giant to make this feature available on the iPhone for AirPods users to enjoy music together. Source: Macotakara
  2. Sony's upcoming next-generation console is not launching anytime soon. However, we already know a lot about it already, with more information pouring in every day. On the same lines, Sony's Vice President John Kodera has now confirmed that the new PlayStation 5, when it launches, will support backwards compatibility allowing you to play with PS4 players. According to Kodera, cross-generational play is very important to the company. He also noted that it's extremely important to keep the PlayStation community happy as it starts to migrate from PS4 to PS5. He didn't share a lot of details, but we're just happy to hear about the backwards compatibility support. It's great news for those who just bought a PS4 and were worried if Sony would just pull the plug. © Pexels Speaking of pulling the plug, it's also worth mentioning that Sony is also committed to supporting the PS4 for at least the next three years. Well, that makes a lot of sense considering the fact that there are millions of PS4 users in the world, and not all of them will be upgrading to the new console. It also goes to show how Sony isn't expecting a huge player to migrate to the new console in the first place. That being said, we already know enough about the upcoming console to tell you that it would be worth the upgrade. The next-generation PlayStation console is said to bring new things like a faster SSD, Ray-tracing support and more. The faster SSD, in particular, is what's said to make the most difference in terms of loading times, render times, etc. Obviously, there's still a lot that we don't necessarily know about Sony's next-generation console, but we do know that we have exciting times ahead. The new PlayStation 5 will definitely be worth the wait.
  3. Even though we've studied about black holes and scientists know quite a bit about the phenomenon, mankind has never really seen one. We've never witnessed one and everything we know about the phenomenon is based on inference. However, this is all about to change today. © YouTube For the first time in mankind's history, we will be able to see a proper black hole thanks to the Event Horizon Telescope project. We will be able to see it for ourselves today at 6:30 PM IST and we suggest you don't miss this monumental event. It will be our generation's “Moon Landing” moment and we may finally learn more about the mysterious phenomenon. © Paramount Pictures_Interstellar The Event Horizon Telescope will be using a network of eight radio observatories and all of them have pointed at two black holes, i.e. Sagittarius A, the supermassive black hole at the centre of the Milky Way, and an even bigger black hole 53.5 million light-years away in Galaxy M87. Black holes are the most extreme environments for gravitational activity and are the best environment to test modern theories of gravity. It can be used to test general relativity and scientists expect the black hole to have a shadow in the form of a ring. This is based on Einstein's theory of relativity and if his theory does not hold, we can expect a different kind of shadow. How Can We Watch It? The live-stream of the event and the press conference is going to start at 6:30 PM IST and will be hosted on the National Science Foundation's official YouTube Channel. You can watch the live-stream below when it goes live. *Images for representational purposes only.
  4. This year we've seen three midrange phones sport a 48-megapixel rear camera in India -- Vivo V15 Pro, OPPO F11 Pro, and Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 Pro. The on-paper number war has been going for years and we've seen phone makers play around with internal storage as well as the RAM. © MensXP With the current 48-megapixel offering, brands have tried to lure users by numbers. They take this a step further by merging four pixels into one for low-light shots, and in turn deliver sharper pictures with better details. Every brand wants to establish itself as a smartphone photography expert, but, what's the limit in this number game? © PC World Even before we can think of a number, Qualcomm has revised specifications of its processors. XDA Developers was the first one to discover this, and the updated spec sheet includes better single and dual camera capabilities, advanced slo-mo recording, and a new feature called Hybrid Autofocus. But, what stands out the most is the support of sensors up to 192-megapixel. The list of chipsets to now support 192-megapixel picture captures are Snapdragon 670, Snapdragon 675, Snapdragon 710, Snapdragon 845 and Snapdragon 855. Before you get all amped up, please note that this is just a theoretical value. Don't expect a 192-megapixel phone soon since there are a host of challenges to overcome. © XDA Developers / Snapdragon 855 Updated Sheet Firstly, you'd have to get your hands on a 192-megapixel lens and there are none available right now. Sensors that support this resolution cannot be suddenly squeezed down to fit in an ultra-portable smartphone. Secondly, the chipsets can support a single 192-megapixel lens only, and cannot be accompanied by a secondary lens or even a front camera. To facilitate this large resolution, Qualcomm is incorporating zero shutter lag and eliminating multi-frame noise reduction. One major take away from this update is that modern chipsets or the ISP (image signal processor) have come a long way and Qualcomm is constantly improvising. © Nokia On the other end of the spectrum, Nokia is trying a new approach of adding different lenses onto a single phone. The Nokia 9 houses five rear cameras with Zeiss certified lenses, that are joined by three 12-megapixel monochrome sensors and two 12-megapixel RGB sensors.
  5. Tencent Games recently pushed an update for PUBG Mobile, which introduced zombies in the game as a part of their limited time event. It's a result of a collaboration between 'Resident Evil 2' and Tencent, and it's quite intense. You might want to check out some tips and tricks to survive the zombie attack. If the YouTube creator MrGhost Gaming is to be believed, then it looks like we'll be getting a new zombie mode where the players themselves might get to become zombies. © PUBG Corporation Yes, you read that right. PUBG Mobile could soon be getting an update following which you'll be able to play as a zombie and hunt down other normal players. There's no official word from PUBG Corp. or Tencent as of now, but the mode is being speculated to arrive with the next update. © PUBG Corporation In one of his recent video, MrGhost Gaming claims that PUBG Mobile published a Facebook post last month collecting feedback and new ideas for the zombie mode. The post seems to have been deleted now as we couldn't find it on PUBG Mobile's official page, but the video does suggest that the developers were onto something similar. © PUBG mobile/MrGhostGaming As a zombie, you won't be able to pick up any weapons or other items, and you'll be dealing with the human opponents using only melee attacks. It's also being speculated that this new mode might be made available in custom rooms, so you can play with your friends. It is said to arrive with the version 0.13 or the 0.14 of the game, so keep your eyes peeled for the same.
  6. Do you get confused hearing Oxfords and Derbies, and trainers and sneakers? Are you still at that stage where every kind of footwear gets clubbed under the group named 'shoes'? Let's be a teensy bit more fashionably aware, and address particular footwear by their respective names. It makes your life easier and it also adds to your vocabulary, which is never a bad thing. For that, you need to be able to differentiate shoes just by looking at them, and this is where we come in to help. Here are 10 types of shoes every fashionable man should be able to recognize and differentiate between: 1. Sneakers © Converse Sneakers are shoes with rubber soles that are usually worn as casual footwear. It's perhaps the most popular type of footwear at the moment, and is an indispensable element of street-style. 2. Trainers Adidas Trainers and sneakers are often hard to differentiate, but trainers are usually worn while working out and in the gym. People often wear them instead of sneakers and just go about their business. 3. Oxfords © Gentlemen's Gazette An Oxford shoe, usually, is a plain leather shoe with shoelaces. Now, however, Oxfords are made in a lot of materials. 4. Moccasins © Alcubierre Moccasins are soft, flexible shoes usually made up of one piece of leather (variations are being made now though) for the sole as well as the sides. Moccasins are often adorned with embroidery or beading. 5. Monkstraps © Tiethis Usually known as Monk shoes, Monkstraps are dress shoes that are devoid of any lacing and contain buckles and straps. 6. Brogues © Hespokestyle Brogues are shoes or low heeled boots that usually are composed of multiple leather pieces and have decorative perforations on top. 7. Chelsea Boots © Aldo Chelsea boots are snug-fitting, ankle-high boots with elastic side panels. 8. Espadrilles © Brostick Espadrilles are casual, flat shoes that usually have a canvas or cotton fabric upper and a flexible sole made of Esparto rope. 9. Loafers © Departures Loafers are laceless, buckle-less shoes that are comfortable, and are also sometimes known as slip-on shoes. 10. Boat Shoes © DHgate Boat shoes are usually canvas or leather shoes, with rubber soles designed for use on a boat. They are supposed to be worn without socks.
  7. Apple is gearing up to launch its rumoured streaming service as soon as early April or May and is one of the many subscription services Tim Cook has already confirmed. The streaming service will feature shows Fromm HBO and other channels, however, will not feature existing services like Netflix. © YouTube The streaming service will essentially bundle different streaming platforms into one subscription that Apple customers can buy. Apple device owners will be able to buy and watch in a dedicated TV app on iOS. Apple already boasts more than 50 million subscribers for its music service and it is possible that we could see a similar number for the video service thanks to the sheer number of Apple devices out there. Apple is believed to be investing at least US$1 billion in content and has acquired the rights to a new series starring and co-produced by American actresses Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon. © Apple Having said that, Apple's new video service will compete directly with Netflix for streaming eyeballs. When Netflix first started streaming its content, it already has a plethora of content lined up to keep everyone busy. Apple may struggle to achieve the same in the beginning as it would pack only a handful of shows at first. It would be interesting to see how Apple will populate its streaming service for users. Apple's new subscriptions service will be somewhat similar to Amazon Prime. The Cupertino giant is expected to offer a subscription plan that will include music, video and news. Whether it would be enough to sway customers towards the service; only time will tell.
  8. Seems like Samsung Galaxy S10 will keep leaking more details about its capabilities every week and we couldn't be more happy about it. In fact, a major new leaked image today shows off Samsung's new phone with a feature that will get smartphone and audio fans excited. © OnLeaks_Twitter This leaked image shows off the Galaxy S10 in a charging case which also has the new Samsung Galaxy Buds sitting on its back. Basically, the charging case of the earbuds is being charged by the smartphone as the Galaxy S10 is now almost confirmed to support reverse wireless charging. The only other smartphone that has this feature is the Huawei Mate 20 Pro and it works like a charm. It's probably the smartest incorporation of reverse wireless charging we've seen as it solves the problem of charging your earbuds when on the move. The reverse charging feature can, of course, be used to charge other smartphones. However, this is probably the most logical and obvious incorporation we've seen. © Twitter Of course, this information is based on a leaked image and can only be confirmed when Samsung makes it official at its Unpacked event later this month. A previous leak also suggests that the Samsung Galaxy S10 will have support for an in-display fingerprint sensor and you can read about its details here. We know almost everything about the Samsung Galaxy S10 and you can read our roundup about the smartphone here Main Image for representation purposes only*
  9. Nobody likes to be snooped upon, and with chatting becoming our primary medium of communication, it's always best to safeguard these apps. Up till now, you'd have to depend on third-party app lockers or ROM support to lock them using a PIN, Pattern or Fingerprint. But thanks to a new oncoming update, you won't need external help anymore. © Reuters WhatsApp is currently working on adding fingerprint authentication on Android, according to a report by WABetaInfo. In a separate report, WhatsApp was said to be working on a similar feature for iOS with support for two biometric authentication methods – Face ID and Touch ID. © Apple These in-app locking mechanisms aren't new and a plethora of apps have been locking themselves in a similar way. While a lot of IMs are trying to incorporate this, financial apps have long depended on these sources of authentication. The report notes that the feature currently has no timeline for when it will be released to users, but it is definitely in the works. The feature will allow users to unlock WhatsApp and all the chats inside it using the same fingerprint scanner that you will use to unlock the phone. WhatsApp hasn't officially announced the feature yet. But it has already been spotted in recent beta versions of the application. © Reuters It is worth pointing out here that WhatsApp does not have any in-app lock feature. Last year, Alan Kao, a Software Engineer at WhatsApp, had acknowledged that the company had received a lot of request for such a feature. Currently, the WhatsApp app supports two-step authentication with a code. Once users turn on this feature, the code is required to log in to the app, though not always. The code is asked once in a week to continue encryption of chats. © MensXP While you always have the option of using a third party locker, an inbuilt functionality is always prefered as you don't have to mess with pesky ads, and the number of background processes is reduced. The outlet notes that the functionality is still at the alpha stage of development, suggesting it'll be months before it actually launches. Additionally, the report also stated that the new WhatsApp beta version will also get a new and improved Audio picker where users will be able to preview the audio files before sending them. Source: WABetaInfo
  10. Elon Musk can do a lot of things (I don't even have to give examples, cos no one can even dispute this) but turns out growing facial hair is not one of those things. It's kind of sad that he can make the hair on his head make a comeback but he can't really grow a moustache. Cue the 'you're not ugly, just broke' cliché. © Twitter But, since technology has come so far - much to Chris Evans' dismay - there are other ways to show everyone your capability of growing hair. Yep, Elon used some really advanced technology to give himself a moustache and he was so impressed with the result that he showed it off with his profile picture on Twitter. #NewProfilePic pic.twitter.com/W4xT1ywqjA — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) January 7, 2019 Haters will say it's photoshop but we should really appreciate how seamless it is. Okay, all jokes aside, that's one hilarious picture and it garnered even more hilarious responses. From 0 to 100 (or 35) real quick? @MafiaCityAds pic.twitter.com/AhgQaZHLT9 — Piores Tirinha Mene (@PioresTM) January 7, 2019 So natural. Fixed! pic.twitter.com/Teka8naPtX — Kevin A. (@FermionicSoup) January 7, 2019 Full props for the photoshop skills. pic.twitter.com/SFpSiTGECj — GuillaumeTC (@GuillaumeTC) January 7, 2019 Desperately needs a monocle. pic.twitter.com/NRma2uX7A9 — WeAreSatÏshi (@sovereignmonkey) January 8, 2019 Uwu? @elonmusk you did it wrong. pic.twitter.com/MtILAkFqXy — Martin { God of Mars } (@martinengwicht) January 7, 2019 Much better, tbh. This seems better. Sometimes better to be kid's hero. pic.twitter.com/y9iBj8B3bh — M.ÇaÄrı EryiÄit® (@mcagrieryigit) January 7, 2019 Honestly, I'm uncomfortable looking at this. If we're talkin new profile pics, hear me out on this one Elon pic.twitter.com/n8fvMwjtY5 — Jð­ (@jj2chill_hill) January 8, 2019 But, moustaches are already great. To: #NewProfilePic BCC: #NikolaTesla #MakeAmericaGreatAgain From: #TeamElon Subject: Make Mustache Great Again :-) pic.twitter.com/XikG1WDexb — ð âðð©ððð¤ ðð¥ð¦ððð (@Reno_Web_Design) January 7, 2019 Perfect. fixed it for ya pic.twitter.com/kkcHPScsiz — FOMOâ¿Y DICK (@FOMOBYDICK) January 7, 2019 This is just weird. pic.twitter.com/RouH4P8Qlx — ®â¿â⸙ââ¡âââââ¡ (@grinder_o) January 8, 2019 One and the same. pic.twitter.com/biY6R165gx — Gagan Rai (@Gaganrai101) January 7, 2019 He sure does. That's Eloníto del Musko, he likes to drink Teslaquila a lot! pic.twitter.com/mhwmv8CRTf — Monika Wojdas® (@MoWo91) January 7, 2019 Is the Italian meme making a comeback? pic.twitter.com/cq7Thfeykv — South of Kevin (@KevPassthewater) January 8, 2019 Never! pic.twitter.com/gpIVoSxgCk — Cyber-Fox â­â­ (@CyberDuret) January 7, 2019 Wait, was this inspired by Ranveer Singh? pic.twitter.com/USz2MgEhTr — VISHNU (@Vishnu__Bala) January 7, 2019 Now he's a pirate? pic.twitter.com/x3hw5jmLSr — Chris Hughes (@WhosChrisHughes) January 7, 2019
  11. Amazon and Flipkart will suffer a big blow as the government has barred them from selling their own goods while also putting an end to deep discounts and cashback schemes offered by them. Both the companies are facing a new ban from selling products from companies in which they have an equity interest, according to Reuters. The government, in a statement, said that these companies will also be prevented from entering into exclusive agreements with sellers. The marketplaces will be barred from selling products from companies in which they have an equity interest. The new rules are set to become effective starting February 1. The government says these marketplaces purchase goods in bulk through wholesale units and in turn sell them via select sellers with whom they have an agreement. © Reuters “An entity having equity participation by e-commerce marketplace entity or its group companies, or having control on its inventory by e-commerce marketplace entity or its group companies, will not be permitted to sell its products on the platform run by such marketplace entity,” the commerce ministry said in a statement. These agreements include partnerships with phone makers like Xiaomi and OPPO, who exclusively sell their products via these marketplaces. This shall be better for the end consumer as well because you won't have to forcefully stick with one marketplace. If a phone maker wants to sell its phones, you'll have the option to select your marketplace or seller. © Bloomberg According to the new rules, "inventory of a vendor will be deemed to be controlled by e-commerce marketplace entity if more than 25 percent of purchases of such vendor is from the marketplace entity or its group companies". According to the current policy, 100 percent FDI is permitted in marketplaces and e-commerce activities. But barred from inventory-based activities. © VCCirlce This also means Amazon will have to keep a check on its close partner Cloudtail and Appario. All India Online Vendors Association (AIOVA) filed a similar petition against Flipkart in May, alleging a violation of competition rules through preferential treatment for select sellers. This is one reason why Flipkart reduced its reliance on WS Retail in the last few years. Cloudtail is a joint venture of Amazon and Infosys co-founder N R Narayana Murthy's Catamaran Ventures that is among the largest sellers on Amazon India's platform.
  12. In-flight WiFi isn't a new concept, it has been available on numerous foreign airlines for years. But, these airlines were forced to turn-off connectivity services when in Indian airspace because our local laws do not permit usage of wireless services while flying. This is about to change and you will be able to make calls as well as access the internet during air travel and ship voyage within Indian territory thanks to the introduction of Flight and Maritime Connectivity Rules, 2018. The rules to allow in-flight calling and internet surfing in the Indian airspace could come as early as January, Telecom Minister Manoj Sinha has hinted. © Virgin Australia The Telecom Ministry has asked the Law Ministry to provide its inputs on in-flight connectivity rules, thereafter the rules are expected to pass through at a rapid pace. This year, the TRAI (Telecom Regulatory Authority of India) had submitted recommendations on drafting the policy and the DoT (Department of Telecommunication) has promptly passed the proposal. The services will have to be provided by a valid telecom licence holder in India and usage of satellites will be permitted by the Department of Space. The services can be toggled on once the aircraft attains a minimum height of 3,000 metres to avoid radio interference with ground networks. © Reuters In October, SpiceJet had already announced it'll be the first Indian airline to offer in-flight WiFi since its Boeing 737 Max8 aircraft are already equipped with connectivity systems. The airline has also secured a service provider and is simply waiting for the governing policies to go live. When the DoT cleared TRAI's recommendations, premium airline Vistara and flag-bearer Air India were among the first to welcome the policy. While the latter has been struggling with debt and operational losses, it wouldn't surprise us to see Vistara offer in-flight WiFi soon considering its target customer is a business traveller. © YouTube / The dome on a SpiceJet 737 Max8 that enables connectivity Don't expect 4G LTE equivalent speeds though. In-flight connectivity is extremely tricky since these systems depend on ground-based transmitters, which means they only work overland. And, the ground-based systems have limited bandwidth and equipment onboard the aircraft have a long life-span of five to ten years. Hence, carrying out upgrades and providing speeds is outrageously expensive. Many airlines like Jet Airways, Vistara, and SpiceJet are currently offering in-flight entertainment or streaming via WiFi thanks to locally fitted networks inside the aircraft. A system locally stores the content, which is then streamed via WiFi to your device. This removes the need for individual displays for every seat while the passenger has more comfort. Source: Times of India
  13. Some people decide to be a bodybuilder and some people are destined to be one. Ronnie Coleman was a destined bodybuilder. The greatest the stage has ever seen. Arguably the greatest bodybuilder of all times, Ronnie won the Mr. Olympia a record 8 times, earning the title of the 'King' and the 'GOAT' of bodybuilding. Starting lifting at the age of 13 as a hobby with his main interest being rugby, Ronnie saw almost instant growth while training with weights. Soon, there was history being written. Ronnie rose to global fame with the sheer size and mass he brought to the stage, setting a new benchmark for Mass Monster era. Ronnie weighed 130-135 Kg on stage and 145-150 Kg during the off-season. He trained with moderate volume and high intensity. Ronnie believed in lifting heavy free weights. And by heavy, we mean really heavy! Weights That Will Make Any Grown Man Cry © YouTube In his prime, Ronnie moved an insane amount of iron which included 363 Kg Squats for 2 Reps, 1045 Kg Leg Press for 4 Reps, 365 Kg Deadlift for 2 Reps and 100 Kg dumbbell presses. He is surely the strongest Mr. Olympia ever. Ronnie contributes these heavy loads to his huge yet dense physique. How All The Heavy Lifting Came Back To Hurt King Ron © YouTube The weights, which built his body, also began to deteriorate it. Soon after retirement, Ronnie's spine and joints gave up almost entirely. This was because of through and through heavy lifting. Presently, he has gone through as many as 10 major surgeries, including spinal fusion, disc decompressions, and multiple hip replacements. Even before his first surgery in 2016, Ronnie did pay his dues to the gym by pushing 'Lite Weights' one more time. He was once asked that if he could go back in time, would he change anything about his training? He replied- “I would do 4 reps of 363 Kg Squat instead of 2.” The Final Heartbreak View this post on Instagram Two days after surgery and it's a miracle that I can walk. Normally I'm on my way to rehab so they can help me to learn to walk again. This is the best I've felt after my last 3 surgeries. God is truly blessing me this time around because he know that I definitely need the inspiration because lately I've been semi-depressed after all my surgeries. This is so amazing and I know some of you guys praying for me has a lot to do with this. I'm really in a state of shock because after the same results after the same surgery you kinda get use to being not able to walk and come to expect it. Thanks to each and everyone who prayed because it honestly and truly worked this time. God knows me way better than I know me and I'm overwhelmed with excitement and enjoyment. I am so much looking forward to seeing the day where no crutches or walkers is required. Hopefully that day comes sooner rather than later. #yeahbuddy #lightweightbaby #itstillaintnothingbutapeanut A post shared by Ronnie Coleman (@ronniecoleman8) on Sep 22, 2018 at 7:03pm PDT In a recent interview, King Ron gave a heartbreaking statement- that he might never be able to walk again. Ronnie blamed his surgeons for creating complications in his spinal operations. He added that he spent over 2 million dollars in just the last three surgeries and if the doctors wished, he would be walking long back. Ronnie Coleman's pure and raw passion for training has made him an inspirational figure, not just for bodybuilders but powerlifters, weightlifters and anyone who desires to get better at lifting. Godspeed, King Ron! Yash Sharma is a former national level Football player, now a Strength Coach, Nutritionist and Natural Bodybuilder. He also runs a YouTube Channel Yash Sharma Fitness via which he aims to educate all the fitness enthusiasts to maximize their gains by methods that are backed by science and applicable easily. Connect with him on YouTube, YashSharmaFitness@gmail.com, Facebook and Instagram.
  14. Not long ago, WhatsApp rolled out a feature that let you delete sent messages for a particular time period. This 'unsend message' feature comes in extremely handy when you send the wrong person a text, and end up apologising profusely. In this case, Facebook could soon be rolling out the "unsend" feature for Messenger, that would allow users to retract sent messages not only from their inboxes but also from the entire chat thread. Tech tipster Jan Manchun Wong tweeted screenshots of the feature running in the Android version. Jan dug through the apps update code and came across a new feature addition that indicates there's a 'time limit'- giving users only a certain amount of time after they send a message to unsend it. Facebook Messenger is finally working on "Unsend Message" in the app for everyone! Tip @Techmeme pic.twitter.com/5OtQmyID3 — Jane Manchun Wong (@wongmjane) October 12, 2018 Currently, Messenger users are only able to delete messages from their inbox, though the sender/recipient will be able to see the message in his/her inbox. This feature first came to focus when CEO Mark Zuckerberg was able to delete messages from the inbox of various recipients in April this year. When you press and hold on to the message, an 'unsend' button pops up next to 'delete'. The latter option will only remove the message from your end, while the unsend button will ensure that the message is removed from the receiver's end as well. © Reuters On other news, WhatsApp is also bound to get a new update that will alter the time period in which one has to delete sent messages. Currently, messages can be called back within 1 hour, 8 minutes and 16 seconds of being sent, WhatsApp will now be extending this time frame to 13 hours, 8 minutes, and 16 seconds. LIMITS UPDATED! WhatsApp has updated the "Recipient limit". What does it mean? If you delete a message for everyone, but the recipient won't receive the revoke request within 13h, 8m, 16s (maybe because the phone was off), the message will **not** be revoked. ..(1/2) — WABetaInfo (@WABetaInfo) October 11, 2018 According to WABetaInfo, the change is intended to be a protection against modded users that revoke messages sent weeks, months and years ago. It is unclear whether the new change has already been implemented for all WhatsApp users or it will take some time to reach the entire WhatsApp user base. The same remains the case for Messenger. A timeline on the feature roll-out isn't officially available from Facebook yet, but we expect it to hit the app stores in the coming weeks.
  15. Flying drones in India has been a painstaking task for enthusiasts as proper guidelines have never been issued up until now. This industry was mostly in the grey area and even local authorities had no clue how to deal with it. Thankfully the Ministry of Civil Aviation has finalised a new drone policy which is set to become legal in India starting December 1. The DGCA (Director General of Civil Aviation) has framed the new policy that is applicable to Remotely piloted aircraft (RPA). The policy defines an RPA as an unmanned aircraft, which is piloted from a remote pilot station - simply meaning a drone. Press Release on Drones: pic.twitter.com/6ZlPeLJpxB — Ministry of Civil Aviation (@MoCA_GoI) August 27, 2018 The policy classifies drones into multiple categories according to their weight. A 'Nano' category drone weighs lesser or equal to 250gms, a 'Micro' drone weighs between 250gms and 2kg, a 'Small' drone weights between 2kg and 25kg, a 'Medium' drone weighs more than 25kg but lesser than 150kg and lastly a 'Large' drone that weighs more than 150kg. Except for Nano drones, every other category operator needs to go through a one-time registration process. After the registration, users will have to request for permission to fly it on a mobile application. An automated process will take into consideration your flight plan and permit or deny the request instantly. © Reuters DGCA is calling this new drone management and coordination platform the Digital Sky Platform. Once the owner and operator are registered, drone pilots can simply file a flight plan, and put in a request for take-off. The policy is crystal clear in stating "No permission, no takeoff", strictly meaning that you can start your flight only after receiving permission. Drones also cannot be flown within 5kms of the perimeters of the airports in Mumbai, Delhi, Chennai, Kolkata, Bengaluru, and Hyderabad and within 3km from the perimeter of any other airport. Other prohibited areas include sensitive areas like Vijay Chowk in Delhi, military establishments, and within 25km from the international border. © CNN Also, the newly published policy specifies that flying can be done only during the day within a visual line-of-sight and the maximum altitude ceiling is 400 feet. Areas which are controlled airspaces need an Air Defence Clearance (ADC)/Flight Information Centre (FIC) number before receiving approval. Considering the Nano category in detail, even the DJI Spark weighs 300gms while the larger Mavic 2 Pro goes up till 900gms. For now, you'll have a tough time finding an ultra-light drone that can be flown for 'fun'. Also, these drones can be flown freely without permission only up to 50 feet. For educational institutes, the norms are relaxed and a permission isn't required for drones up till 2kg and an altitude allowance of 200 feet. © DigitalTrends This is just the first step our country is taking to legalise and regulate drones. We expect more changes to follow soon and the system can be rated only after it goes live. Thankfully the new policy has brought in much-needed transparency in operation of drones.
  16. Kylie Jenner, our very own 'self-made' billionaire is finally 21, but she still has a longer list of achievements than most people. So, we thought we'd list all the things she's already done at such a young age. Enjoy! 1. Be on the cover of Forbes magazine for being the youngest billionaire. wow. i can't believe I'm posting my very own @forbes cover. thank you for this article and the recognition. I'm so blessed to do what i love everyday. i couldn't have dreamt this up! #KylieCosmetics A post shared by Kylie (@kyliejenner) on Jul 11, 2018 at 7:00am PDT 2. Pose with bananas without it being weird SUMMER COLLECTION X KYLIE COSMETICS! launches this Friday the 13th! ðð A post shared by Kylie (@kyliejenner) on Jul 10, 2018 at 11:09am PDT 3. Looking like a highlighter without people making fun of you A post shared by Kylie (@kyliejenner) on Jun 21, 2018 at 11:21am PDT 4. Match your car with your clothes A post shared by Kylie (@kyliejenner) on Feb 12, 2018 at 5:38pm PST 5. Pose with flamingos for no apparent reason squad A post shared by Kylie (@kyliejenner) on Aug 11, 2017 at 11:23am PDT 6. Get paid millions of dollars for just one Instagram picture #ad I can always count on my @sugarbearhair vitamins to help keep my natural hair healthy and strong ð»ð+ they taste delicious! #sugarbearhair A post shared by Kylie (@kyliejenner) on Jul 24, 2017 at 12:02pm PDT 7. Have a kid while running a million dollar company my heart A post shared by Kylie (@kyliejenner) on Aug 9, 2018 at 1:35pm PDT 8. Throw a birthday party with just yourself PARTY TIME WITH MY GIRLS BECAUSE THE BIRTHDAY COLLECTION LAUNCHES IN 1 HOUR! ð A post shared by Kylie (@kyliejenner) on Aug 6, 2018 at 1:52pm PDT 9. Get two supercars of the same colour to match your summer vibe just for the summer A post shared by Kylie (@kyliejenner) on Jul 26, 2018 at 7:04pm PDT 10. Get a designer stroller for your kid that matches your designer dress stormi strolls ð¤ A post shared by Kylie (@kyliejenner) on Apr 12, 2018 at 5:22pm PDT 11. Have your first video on the site become one of the most watched YouTube videos of all time thank you @wttyler for putting this together. here's a little glimpse of the last 9 months. the link is in my bio ♥ï¸ A post shared by Kylie (@kyliejenner) on Feb 4, 2018 at 12:29pm PST 12. Look not so basic even with the basic white girl filter A post shared by Kylie (@kyliejenner) on Sep 7, 2017 at 2:43pm PDT 13. Have so many cars that no matter what you wear, you're always matching A post shared by Kylie (@kyliejenner) on Feb 26, 2017 at 7:05pm PST 14. Roam around in a park half-naked with your family shot this beautiful campaign for @calvinklein by @willyvanderperre just 3 weeks after i gave birth! #ad I also love that baby true joined us for the shoot. Such special pics Join Our Family. #MYCALVINS See more at www.calvinklein.com/mycalvins A post shared by Kylie (@kyliejenner) on Aug 1, 2018 at 1:14pm PDT 15. Wear PJs to work MY VISION. I can't wait for you guys to see what goes on inside my mind & what I've been working on. 100% Kylie. A post shared by Kylie (@kyliejenner) on Nov 7, 2016 at 1:19pm PST 16. Loving yourself so much, you get your own bikini picture printed on your sweatshirt KylieJennerShop.com A post shared by Kylie (@kyliejenner) on Nov 19, 2016 at 5:22pm PST 17. Becoming a meme and then embracing it like a badass This year is just the year of .. A post shared by Kylie (@kyliejenner) on Nov 22, 2016 at 2:05pm PST 18. Casually pose with a huge-ass snake missin my pink hair ð A post shared by Kylie (@kyliejenner) on Jun 3, 2017 at 9:54pm PDT 19. Get over 2 million likes with a basic mirror picture Iced Coffee alwayssss A post shared by Kylie (@kyliejenner) on Mar 10, 2017 at 6:08pm PST 20. Have Diljit Dosanjh leave comments in Punjabi on almost every picture you post 21. Being worth almost a billion dollars and still getting away with dressing like a homeless person A post shared by Kylie (@kyliejenner) on Jun 4, 2017 at 6:12pm PDT
  17. There have been numerous instances where the Apple Watch was able to save a life, however, this time the Apple Watch was able to detect something entirely different. The smartwatch was able to discover a hole in a man's heart and the man wouldn't have been able to discover it, if it weren't for the Apple Watch. © BCCL The heart rate monitor on the device was able to detect his erratic heartbeat, as it was far too fast while he was asleep. The abnormality caused him to take notice and seek medical attention immediately. "My sleeping heart rate was averaging about 130-140 beats per minute. So that was while I was resting about six hours at night,” Adam Love told the local Australian news website 9News. It was found, that one of his lungs was sending blood into the wrong part of his heart. That meant the blood was sent from the lung to the heart and was being circulated right back — not around to the rest of the body. This was a cause for concern and it was later discovered that this anomaly was happening because of a hole in the heart. © BCCL The 24-year-old man went through surgery and was discharged later but still had weeks of recovery left. Because of this incident, his faith in the Apple Watch increased exponentially and he is now a fan of the smartwatch. "I don't think I'd live without one now. I love it for the convenience but also the fact it just picked up something medically that I had no idea about and it potentially saved my life.” Just back in May, the Apple Watch saved a woman's life in India and countless others in the past few months. In fact, here's a list of people whose lives were saved thanks to the Apple Watch, in the recent past.
  18. Compelling evidence has emerged suggesting that a huge reservoir of liquid water has been found under the ice, near the South Pole on Mars. The European Space Agency's Mars Express orbiter captured radar measurements and spotted a 20 kilometer-wide stretch of water in the region, known as Planum Australe. © Nasa It's the first time in history, that scientists have identified a stable body of water on Mars and they suggest that there's a good chance microbial life may have existed thanks to this lake. The planet's climate has been called inhabitable due to its thin atmosphere, which resulted in leaving most of the water locked up in ice. Scientists have been searching for signs of present-day water on Mars, but their search has often resulted in empty or ambiguous findings. This latest discovery was possible, because researchers in Italy analysed three years of data by something called the Mars Advanced Radar for Subsurface and Ionosphere Sounding (Marsis). "It's probably not a very large lake," said Prof Roberto Orosei from the Italian National Institute for Astrophysics, who led the study. Marsis was not able to identify the thickness of the layer of water, but research suggests that it is a minimum of one meter. © Wikipedia Commons "This really qualifies this as a body of water. A lake, not some kind of meltwater filling some space between rock and ice, as happens in certain glaciers on Earth," Prof Orosei added. Marsis is a form of a radar instrument, that examines the surface and subsurface of a planet by sending out signals. The instrument then examines what is bounced back and in this case, a white line at the top of the radar suggested the beginning of the South Polar Layered Deposit. © Nasa As of now, there is no certainty whether the discovered lake is ideal for life, however, the liquid could potentially support microbes that have adapted salt water. The water is also far under the surface of Mars which presents a problem for life as of today. The surface is also exposed to intense radiation which basically is inhabitable for life. Having said that, experts have said that as long as there is an energy source or a source of nutrients or raw materials, life is possible on the red planet.
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