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  1. For what it’s worth, Battlegrounds Mobile India is expected to be an India-exclusive battle royale game that is expected to launch soon. However, it seems like the Indian version of the game may not have been built from the ground up and might be taking gameplay mechanics from the Chinese version of PUBG Mobile called Peacekeeper Elite. Krafton has not explicitly pointed out that the game has been made from scratch for the Indian market. © Unsplash/onur-binay In a separate 91Mobiles report, the game is expected to come with India-specific features such as a mobile number requirement from an adult, gaming time limit for 3 hours and a limit on the daily micro-transaction amount for users under the age of 18 years. These seem rather similar to features one can find on Peacekeeper Elite, apart from other changes the game is expected to make. IGN India reports that Battleground Mobile India’s gameplay might be made in China, especially, considering the toned-down version of the game. Speaking to IGN India, Daniel Ahmad, who is a senior analyst at Niko Partners, said: “Tencent, which develops and publishes Peacekeeper Elite in China, has also added an anti-addiction system to the game as per regulations. This requires players to register with their real name and ID before they can start playing the game. If the player is under the age of 18 they will be subject to time and spend restrictions within the game. China’s game regulator has mandated this since the end of 2019 in an effort to curb gaming addiction among the youth.” © Tencent Games It seems like features have been directly lifted from the Chinese build of PUBG Mobile when taking Ahmad’s quote into perspective. Battlegrounds Mobile India is expected to launch with green blood, full-dressed characters and other adjustments that Ahmad believes might make their way to Battlegrounds Mobile India as well. “Given the concern around the game in the country, we would expect the new version announced this week to incorporate similar elements, in addition to storing user data locally,” he told IGN India. “However, it is still unclear whether these changes and a name change would please regulators in India as the main concern revolves around whether Tencent, a Chinese company, would still be involved in the development of the title.” © Unsplash/screen-post Krafton has been particularly gated about Battlegrounds Mobile India and its current status with India’s Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology. MensXP has reached out to Krafton asking about its permission status with the Indian Government. We’ve also reached out asking whether the game is using the same source code and engine as Tencent’s PUBG Mobile India. We have not received a response from the Korean developer, as of now. Source: IGN India, 91Mobiles View the full article
  2. Indian cricket bosses are hoping to resume the league in late September, but that appears to be a tough challenge
  3. A Chinese rocket the Long March 5B rocket is falling into Earth out of control and will re-enter Earth’s atmosphere this weekend. The Chinese Rocket is currently being tracked by the US Space Command. The rocket launched the Tianhe module last week which will become the living quarter of a future Chinese Space Station. However, the rocket is now to make an unguided re-entry which means it could crash anywhere, including highly populated areas. © CCTV It is currently circling the world every 90 minutes. Since the rocket is out of control, there are fears that it could land on populated areas. Due to the speed of the rocket, scientists are unable to determine where it will likely fall but they do know it is expected to crash before 10th May 2021. Most space debris tends to go up in flames when re-entering the earth’s atmosphere, however due to the sheer size of the rocket, it will not disintegrate well enough and end up with big chunks of debris. Jonathan McDowell, Astrophysicist at the Astrophysics Center at Harvard University noted in his story for Space News “It’s potentially not good. Last time they launched a Long March 5B rocket they ended up with big long rods of metal flying through the sky and damaging several buildings in the Ivory Coast.” “Most of it burned up, but there were these enormous pieces of metal that hit the ground. We are very lucky no one was hurt. What’s worse is that it’s really negligent on China’s part. Things more than ten tonnes we don’t let them fall out of the sky uncontrolled deliberately” he added. © CCTV As of now, the current orbit of the rocket has taken it as far as New York, Madrid and Beijing. The rocket also went as far south as Wellington, New Zealand and Southern Chile. As to determine where exactly the rocket will fall, McDowell added, "We expect it to reenter sometime between the 8th and 10th of May. And in that two day period, it goes around the world 30 times. The thing is travelling at like 18,000 miles an hour. And so if you're an hour out at guessing when it comes down, you're 18,000 miles out in saying where.” "And so you should not believe anyone who tells you, 'Oh yeah, I've heard it's coming down in this particular place,' " McDowell added. "Don't believe them at least a few hours before the reentry because we're just not going to know in advance.” The safest bet for where the debris will land remains to be the oceans. "If you want to bet on where on Earth something's going to land, you bet on the Pacific, because Pacific is most of the Earth. It's that simple," McDowell said. Source: Space News View the full article
  4. Rumours of new Samsung foldable phones have persisted all year long and it’s probably the first time we might be getting a good look at this year’s models. The company has not announced any plans of new foldable devices officially, however new leaks show the upcoming devices in all their glory. Having said that, we have not verified the source of these leaked images yet but it looks like it might be from a promotional video by Samsung. © Twitter_sondesix It has been long rumoured that Samsung is expected to shut the Galaxy Note series this year and instead offer S Pen support on its foldable smartphones. This could be the answer we’ve been looking for as the screenshot shows how the S Pen could be used. In the image, we see a person attending a video conferencing call while working on a Microsoft Sheet file at the same time. The person is using the second display to work on a document while also attending a work call by keeping the device in a half-folded state. View the full article
  5. They say while they are flagging mutations, there was no reason currently to believe they were expanding or could be dangerous
  6. Imagine being a parent, taking your kids to watch a superhero movie with no interest in the comics they are based on. Angry men and women fighting each other in the most impractical costumes that have been built for combat, with cheesy dialogues taken straight out of decades-old storybooks. Well thankfully, Marvel Studios figured out this problem very early in their venture to establish an entire cinematic universe out of it and decided to slide in some very cheeky, adult humour here and there to keep the parents giggling as their kids “marvelled” at all the action. Here are five times the MCU added jokes in their movies that only adults could understand: 1. Hiding The Zucchini - Avengers: Age of Ultron © Marvel Studios In the second Avengers film, Dr. Bruce Banner aka the Hulk, and Natasha Romanov aka Black Widow were dating. In the middle of the opening fight, the two suddenly disappear (Romanov was trying to calm Hulk down with a really weird technique) and Tony Stark says “Romanov, Banner please tell me you guys aren’t playing ‘hide the zucchini’.” This is a zucchini. It’s green and it’s big: © Twitter/HEB 2. Peter Quill’s ‘Filthy Ship’ - Guardians of the Galaxy When Gamora tells Peter Quill how filthy his ship is, he says “She has no idea. If I had a black light, this ship would look like a Jackson Pollock painting.” Jackson Pollock was an artist famous for making abstract paintings by pouring or splashing liquid on surfaces. If you knew anything about Star-Lord, you’d be careful with the only kind of liquid he splashed. 3. Clint Barton ‘Can’t Get It Up’ - Avengers: Age of Ultron The entire team is chilling at Stark’s house and Thor presents them with the challenge to pick up his hammer. The first volunteer to try it out is Clint Barton. As he makes his way to the Mjölnir, Stark sneaks a sly joke: “Clint, you have had a tough week. We won’t hold it against you if you can’t get it up,” as everyone starts giggling. 4. Measuring Sizes - Ant-Man And The Wasp When Scott Lang, Hope, and Hank Pym go to meet Dr. Bill Foster and started talking about the events of Captain America: Civil War, Foster told him that he became as large as 21 feet back when he was working on project Goliath. He then asked Scott how big he got and the latter, almost braggingly said “65 feet” to Foster’s utter amazement. The awkward conversation came to an end only when Hope jumped in to make them stop “comparing sizes” and get to work. 5. A Spread On Tony - Iron Man 2 When Tony and Pepper meet Justin Hammer in Monaco he is accompanied by Christine Everhart, a reporter, who according to Hammer, was “doing a big spread” on him. A ‘spread’ in magazine terms is a two-page side-to-side coverage or an interview. Pepper replies by saying: “She (Christine) did quite a spread on Tony last year,” and Tony said, “and she did a story, as well.” What does he mean? Well, this: How many of these jokes did you honestly catch when watching the first time? Let us know in the comments section. View the full article
  7. Prince Harry, Meghan Markle could get ?ditched? by Charles who is looking to ?slim down? the monarchy
  8. A brand new iPhone leak suggests that the next iPhone might get a camera upgrade users have been asking for years. According to renowned leaker Ming Chi-Kuo, the 2022 iPhone will likely get a 48MP camera that will be able to capture media in 8K resolution. For Android users, this may not be news as some smartphones already boast cameras with higher megapixels and the ability to capture 8K video. However, for Apple users, this will be the first time we could see an iPhone with a camera that has a higher resolution than 12MP. © theregisti--unsplash In a note, Kuo also states that the iPhone 13 mini will be the last small smartphone by Apple as well: “We predict that the new 2022 iPhone will have 4 models, namely the high-end 6.7-inch and 6.1-inch models, and the lower-end 6.7-inch and 6.1-inch models.” The note also went on to add that iPhones in 2022 will be getting a 48MP camera that will be able to capture 8K video. Kuo said the upgrade will come to two “high-end” models, presumably the “Pro” variants of the series. The story doesn’t end there though since the 2022 iPhone is also expected to get other camera upgrades in the near future. Kuo says that in 2021, Apple is expected to use a periscope telephoto lens as well as an under-screen Face ID feature. © mark-chan-unsplash Kuo has a tremendous record when it comes to Apple-related leaks and has accurately predicted iPhone launches with utmost accuracy in the past few years. Having said that, this information is still based on supply chain leaks and could change at any time. We do advise taking this information with a pinch of salt as Apple is known for throwing a wrench at the last moment. Apple is expected to launch the iPhone 13 later this year and it is likely to follow the same model line up as the iPhone 12 Series. There have been rumours that Apple might use a smaller notch but that remains to be seen. If Kuo’s prediction comes to fruition, it could be the biggest upgrade we’ve seen on the iPhone yet. View the full article
  9. With the gigantic second wave of the Coronavirus pandemic finally making its presence felt in almost every nation across the world, there is an even bigger need for detecting the virus at the earliest in order to break its chain of spread. According to estimates carried out by the World Health Organization (WHO), as of Tuesday (April 13), there were around 136,291,755 confirmed cases of COVID-19, including 2,941,128 deaths. While the global vaccination drive is on across the world to help tackle the virus with around 732,981,684 vaccine doses already administered, there is surely a need for better detection methods to curb the spread from the get-go. © John Hopkins Medicine One such means has reportedly been established in Germany, with a Munich-based company called Semic RF, designing a unique eye scan test, which has the ability to identify the carriers of the disease within just three minutes. This is a major technological advancement to battle the Coronavirus, which has mutated and developed into multiple strains since it was first detected in Wuhan back at the end of 2019. According to a Reuters report, the Corona eye scan test has an accuracy rate of around 95 percent. "Semic RF has developed its scanning app with colleagues in the United States and, pending regulatory approval, hopes to start rolling it out there by the end of next month," says its managing director, Wolfgang Gruber. The process of testing involves taking the photo of the person's eye with the help of a smartphone, with the eye scan then identifying the virus by means of a symptomatic inflammation called “pink eye.” “We managed to isolate COVID-19 from over two million different shades of pink,” Gruber told Reuters. According to Gruber, the app has already tested more than 70,000 individuals and boasts the ability to process up to a million scans per second. He said the eye scan could be utilized to restore a level of normalcy amongst human civilization, as it could potentially be used to allow crowds of people to attend mass-attendance events like live music concerts and sports events like football matches. “You take your app, take a picture of both eyes, send it for evaluation, and then you can have the evaluated result stored as a QR code on the tested person’s smartphone,” said Gruber. Let's hope for everyone's sake that the new virus detection technology is available to every nation, as we really could do with some normalcy back among us. View the full article
  10. Royal experts believe that Prince Charles will get Prince Philip's Duke of Edinburgh title over Prince Edward
  11. All of us, or well, at least the remaining 50 percent of the entire population who had escaped the "Thanos Snap", had loved and relished the moment when Iron Man, Captain America, Thor, Black Panther (love you Chadwick), and co kicked the purple-colored genocidal warlord's a** in Avengers: End Game. Now, having grown up watching superheroes like Batman, Superman, Spiderman, and the rest through movies or TV shows, we have always gotten up from our seats at the sight of them demolishing supervillains back to their very layers to restore peace in the world. © Twitter However, since most superhero movies star actors from the United States, the United Kingdom, or Australia (our very own God of Thunder, Chris Hemsworth), Indians unfortunately, have not had a chance to see any of their countrymen don the glittering, spandex-made superhero costumes. Unless, of course, you are counting Krrish from the Koi Mil Gaya Franchise. Well, while we all love Hrithik for his abundance of talent, the franchise, unfortunately, does not have a lot of suitors within India, let alone, overseas. Luckily, for Indian superhero fans, we could finally be seeing one of ours jumping skyscrapers or flying alongside Thor and the rest of the Avengers in the next MCU Phase IV. Yes, according to recent reports, our very own talented actor/director/musician/screenwriter Farhan Akhtar has bagged a Marvel film, which is currently under production in Bangkok. Well, while the project is said to be top secret and his role is kept under the wraps along with everything else, we decided to make a list of superheroes the Kartik Calling Kartik actor could end up playing. Well, here it is: 1. BANSHEEWhen Walt Disney's acquired the 20th Century Fox back in 2019, the Marvel Cinematic Universe or MCU gained access to a plethora of characters and storylines from the X-Men universe, which had earlier been kept separate. © Comicbook This means the likes of Wolverine, Cyclops, Fantastic Four, and Deadpool can now join hands with the Avengers. Well, while it looks unlikely that Farhan would be lining up to replace Hugh Jackman any time soon, one character that he could end up playing might be the Banshee. A mutant, who possesses the capability of unleashing a "sonic scream" that can harm the auditory systems of enemies, the Banshee could be a perfect character for the Indian actor. It was last played by Caleb Landry Jones in 2011's X-Men: First Class, however, Farhan could spring a new life into the character by channeling the inner rockstar of his old Rock On! days. 2. QUICKSILVER © Screenrant Quicksilver or Pietro Maximoff is said to be one of the fastest mutants in the Marvel universe and we couldn't find a better candidate to play the role than India's on-screen Milkha Singh, Farhan Akhtar. Not only is Farhan familiar with competing at the highest level in sprinting, but he also has the acting talent to bring the best out of the superhuman speedster. However, with Evan Peters already showing up on the WandaVision tv series as Quicksilver, it looks like Farhan might not have the chance to have a go at it. He'd have been a good choice though. 3. THE HUMAN TORCHThe Human Torch is one of the four members of the team of Fantastic Four along with Mr. Fantastic, Invisible Girl, and The Thing. With the last Fantastic Four movie bombing at the box office, there is a big chance that there will be a new casting for it altogether. © Comicbook The Human Torch has the ability to engulf his entire body in flames, fly, absorb fire harmlessly into his own body, and control any nearby fire by sheer force of will. Well, it is safe to say that Farhan would literally light up the screen if he plays this character. 4. Marvel Boy © Comicbook Marvel Boy is one comic book character that has never been adapted to the movie screens till now, but with MCU now bringing in newer superhumans into the fold to expand the multiverse, he might just get his chance. Also known as Noh-Varr, Marvel Boy belongs to the militaristic alien race of Kree and has powers of superhuman strength, reflexes, and mind-controlling saliva. With the Kree already being introduced for the first time in Captain Marvel, we might just get to see Farhan Akhtar becoming Marvel Boy. 5. CHAKRA: THE INVINCIBLEThe best is usually saved for the last, and it happens to be no different in this particular list. © Comicbook While all the other characters had different origins, some from other parts of the world, or well, galaxies, this superhero actually happens to be the first Indian superhero created by the late Stan Lee. If things materialize, Farhan could end up playing Raju Rai, a resident of Mumbai who possesses a technological suit that weaponizes all the Chakras in his body and makes him a superhero. Well, we cannot wait to imagine Spiderman and others carrying out an "Avengers Assemble" cry near Gateway of India. View the full article
  12. Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's divorce appears to be getting dragged on more than anyone had anticipated
  13. Prince Harry relationship has been strained after his, Meghan Markle's interview with Oprah Winfrey
  14. Passenger planes haven’t really changed much or look quite similar to jets people used to travel on in the late 1960s. Sure, there are some exceptions like the Concorde but then again that aeroplane was discontinued from service on April 10th 2003. The plane was a marvel when it came to supersonic travel speeds but it really wasn’t cost-effective for airlines to operate. Today, the best selling planes happen to be the narrow-body aircraft used for point-to-point travel. However, the future looks very different if we are to go by what aircraft manufacturers are working on. Air Travel is bound to change 30-50 years from now and here are some examples of aircraft that we might use for travel in the future: 1. Airbus Maveric © Airbus If you look from afar, this plane looks like a flying wedge and that’s because it uses a “Blended Wing Body” design. The design is still a concept at the moment and Airbus have tested a small scale remote-controlled drone to test the design’s viability. Airbus says the design has "great potential” since it does not have a traditional fuselage and the weight that comes with it. The blended wing body design is quite common to see in military aircraft and sooner or later it will trickle down to passenger aircraft as well. The radical design also might reduce emissions from air travel to half by 2050. 2. Flying-V © Delft Technology University The Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands have also designed a radical-looking aircraft that could be the future of air travel. The “Flying V’ is a new concept of long-haul passenger aircraft where passengers and cargo can be carried within the wings themselves. The entire plane is shaped like an arrowhead and will be cheaper to manufacture than a blended wing aircraft. The aircraft’s flight capabilities have been tested on a battery-powered drone that has a wingspan of 9ft. The test was a massive success and who knows we might even see Flying-V’s design become a reality soon. 3. Boom © BOOM As we mentioned before, Supersonic air travel has gone backwards ever since Concorde went out of service. Concorde was able to cross the Atlantic in about three hours from London, however it used up a lot of fuel and in turn, had tickets that used to cost more than most people’s full-year's wages. However, a Silicon Valley startup and Japan Airlines is looking to change that with Boom Supersonic. The commercial aircraft that is currently under development is expected to fly at speeds of Mach 2.2 with lower costs than the Concorde. 4. Spaceliner © DLR A concept project by DLR and the German Aerospace Research Institute, this spacecraft is expected to run somewhat similar to the Virgin Galactic. The craft will travel at the edge of the atmosphere so that it can go 25 times faster than the speed of sound. This speed will enable passengers to travel from London to Australia in about 90 minutes. View the full article
  15. It has been long rumoured that Apple has been working on a foldable iPhone behind closed doors but we won’t be seeing a new device before they are ready to launch. Apple usually takes its time to perfect new technology before implementing it on a mass-market product. That’s a problem that has been plaguing the foldable smartphone right now as we saw with the first iteration of the Galaxy Fold. © EverythingApplePro Believe it or not, the main concern about foldable smartphones is still the fragile nature of screens. It is the only component that has a higher chance of failing than any other hardware component. The first foldable phone had two defects which forced Samsung to work on the problem and fix the issues and relaunch the device six months later. However, it seems like Apple may have found a solution to better protect the foldable display thanks to a new patent discovered by Patently Apple. Apple is reportedly working on a new screen tech that would offer better protection to devices against cracks. The patent application by Apple has been titled Hybrid coverlay/window structure for flexible display applications which you can see for yourself here. The patent is a continuation of previous patents filed by the Cupertino giant that could prevent damage to foldable screens: “Embodiments describe display modules and protective cover layer structures. In particular, embodiments describe protective cover layer structures that may be implemented in curved, flexible, conformable and foldable display modules, and in particular with curved, flexible, conformable and foldable display panels. Various embodiments are described in which a hardcoat layer is applied to a transparent support substrate to form a protective cover layer structure. The hardcoat layer may be characterized as possessing a lower elastic modulus, higher elongation-to-break and optionally a lower hardness than the transparent support substrate. In one aspect, such a hybrid structure may prevent cracks from forming in the transparent support substrate. In another aspect, such a hybrid structure may move the neutral plane of protective cover layer so that the surfaces of the transparent support substrate see a lower strain upon bending.” © USPTO The patent also showed off images of a device that folds both inwards and outwards. Apple is still unsure about which style of folding it would use for the foldable iPhone as the company is reportedly testing both types of foldable designs. We could see an iPhone similar to the Galaxy Fold or the Galaxy Z Flip. © USPTO The patent shows that the foldable screen would have a cover layer that would sit atop the display. This layer would protect the display against cracks as seen in existing foldable smartphones already. The protective layer might be made of ceramic particles on top of a hard display cover made of sapphire and glass. The particle filler would be dispersed in a polymer matrix according to the patent. There are other details in the patent that we recommend reading if you want to know what Apple is up to. Having said that, since the information is based on a patent, there is no way to determine when we would actually see Apple implement this in the future. There is no indication whether Apple would ever implement this innovation in a commercial product either. However, it does paint a clearer picture of Apple’s plan to develop the tech required to mass-produce a sturdy foldable iPhone. View the full article
  16. Law signed by Putin limits any future president of Russia to two terms in office, but resets his term count
  17. PUBG Mobile was banned last year due to its ties with the Chinese company Tencent Games. However, all of that might change soon as the battle Royale game is set to make a return to the country with a different build that caters to the Indian audience. PUBG Corp has been struggling to get the game approved by the Indian Government ever since it announced its intention to relaunch in the country. The company took steps to cut ties with Tencent games and partnered with Microsoft Azure to host the game locally. © Retuers One of the main reasons why the game was banned in India was over concerns that game data was not being stored and hosted in the country. This caused the game to be banned in the country on the grounds of national security reasons. PUBG Corp then announced a special Indian version of the game in November 2020 that is yet to get approval from the Indian Government and MeitY (Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology). However, that might seem to change very soon as various PUBG Mobile content creators have been dropping hints about the relaunch in their videos. GodNixon, aka Luv Sharma, claimed in a recent video, "According to sources, the government has given the green signal for the comeback of PUBG Mobile. However, the exact release date nor the month haven't been finalized, but the game will indeed be returning. Some of the popular content creators, including Ghatak, had posted stories, dropping hints regarding the return.” © MensXP_Akshay Bhalla A similar claim was made by professional esports player Ghatak (Abhijeet Andhare), who said via tweet, “Nahi batane wala tha par apne londo ka pyaar rok nahi paya next two months are very good for pubg lovers and so many interesting news coming soon for TSM lovers please don’t ask for date.” There is a good chance that a newer version of PUBG Mobile might launch within the next two months. Having said that, since these rumours are based on statements made by content creators and esports players, we advise taking the information with a pinch of salt. As of now, PUBG Mobile India representatives have not announced any plans and we should know more once things become official. View the full article
  18. Piers Morgan had earlier blasted Prince Harry and Meghan Markle as well following their interview with Oprah
  19. The 400-metre long Ever Given became wedged diagonally across southern section of canal amid high winds earlier on Tuesday
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