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  1. In an effort "to make aviation more sustainable", KLM Airlines has revealed a new design for an aerodynamic 'Flying-V' plane. It's a radical new aeroplane design that puts passenger seats inside the plane's wings, and it could decrease the amount of fuel needed for flights by a substantial 20 percent. Electric planes too have been in the works with multiple prototypes making round-the-globe trips. But, the technology hasn't been very promising for aeroplanes because of multiple challenges. © KLM The V-Shaped design, on the other hand, was conceived by designer Justus Benad and is being further realised by a team of researchers at the Netherlands' Delft University of Technology. It's claimed the plane will use 20 percent less fuel than the Airbus A350-900 while carrying a similar number of passengers -- the Flying-V will seat 314, while the Airbus A350 seats between 300 and 350 depending on the configuration. One of the features the Flying-V will share with the A350 is an identical wingspan of 65 meters. © Reuters / Airbus A350 "Aviation is contributing about 2.5 percent of global CO2 emissions, and the industry is still growing, so we really need to look at more sustainable aeroplanes," Pieter Elbers, CEO and president of KLM, said in a statement to CNN. The plane's increased fuel efficiency is largely a result of its aerodynamic design, Vos explained, although its reduced weight also contributes. He also further added electric planes are too heavy and can't fly with hundreds of passengers over the Atlantic. The design and technology to operate an electric plane is rather inferior at the moment, and decades away. © KLM The plane also uses the most fuel-efficient turbofan engines that exist, according to KLM. While the current model still uses kerosene, it can be adapted to use electric turbofans in the future. Although we'll have to wait a while to see the Flying-V in its full glory, KLM announced that a "flying scale model and a full-size section of the interior of the Flying-V will be officially presented at the KLM Experience Days at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol in October.
  2. Apple's Touch Bar implementation on the MacBook Pro received a lot of flak for not exactly being the most useful hardware feature. No doubt, it comes handy at times, but it's not really the most practical piece of hardware. But what if the Touch Bar is replaced with a 14-inch 4K screen, which can essentially act as a secondary display? Well, that's exactly what ASUS has pulled off at Computex 2019 with its new ZenBook Pro Duo notebook. Before we talk about the laptop and all its features, let's take a moment to appreciate how good it looks. Yes, it looks incredibly cool, right? Well, it's ought to, because you're looking at two 4k screens there. There's a 15-inch 16:9 OLED panel, which is just like what you get on most other laptops. But in addition to that, the ZenBook Pro Duo offers a 32:9 IPS “ScreenPad Plus” screen right below it. Yes, it's just like Apple's MacBook Pro's Touch Bar, except it's bigger and appears to be much more functional. The notebook's keyboard deck looks very similar to the one seen on ASUS' Zephyrus S, which we recently reviewed. It's got a touchpad on the right side that also doubles up as the Numpad with just the press of a button. © YouTube Internally, the ASUS ZenBook Pro Duo can be configured with up to an octa-core Intel Core i9 processor and with an Nvidia RTX 2060 GPU. It's got a Thunderbolt 3 port, two USB-A ports, a headphone jack, and an HDMI port. It's a bit on the heavier side, coming in at 2.4 kgs. But if you want a smaller, slightly lighter one, then you can choose to go with the 14-inch variant. ASUS hasn't announced the pricing or the availability of the notebook, and it looks like ASUS is going to keep us waiting for a while.
  3. Yesterday, we came across Babu Muddrappa, an auto driver in Bengaluru who took an abandoned pregnant woman to hospital, paid her medical bills and even took care of the baby as his own, when her mother fled. We salute Babu for everything he did for the mother and the baby. People like Babu are rare to find, but not impossible and this brings us to another unsung hero of our society, Maqbool. In case you didn't know, there is a curfew going on in riot-hit Hailakandi, Assam. In the ongoing communal clashes, Maqbool, with prayers on his lips, drove his auto-rickshaw as fast as he could to take a pregnant Hindu woman to hospital. © Pexels If there was a face for the idiom, "A friend in need is a friend indeed", it will probably be Maqbool's, who helped his neighbour Rubon Das and his wife Nandita in the time of crisis. Rubon was desperately calling his near and dear ones to help him arrange for an ambulance to take his wife to hospital, "I was trying to calm my wife down saying someone will surely come to take us to hospital in Hailakandi town." Nandita's pain increased, but no help came for them in the curfew hit area. © Pexels At that time, Maqbool heard Rubon's story and without thinking twice he rushed to his residence with his auto-rickshaw. Maqbool was only worried about whether he will make it in time or not, while speeding through the roads. He said, "I was trying to comfort them…. telling them everything will be fine. But I myself was praying." Thanks to Maqbool, Nandita who was in an advanced stage of labour, could reach the hospital on time and give birth to a boy who they have now named, 'Shanti'. Honestly, there couldn't have been a better name than that. © Pexels "We need more such examples of Hindu-Muslim unity and amity," said Hailakandi Deputy Commissioner Keerthi Jalli, when she visited the new-born baby and the parents. She also congratulated Maqbool for helping his friend in the time of distress. Just when we think the society has become selfish and heartless, where no one wants to help one another; some people come around and make this world a better place to live in with their selfless acts of kindness.
  4. On days when the nation's bravehearts are not risking their lives to protect us, they are still saving lives with their selfless acts and heartwarming gestures. Constable Gohil Shailesh from the 53 Battalion of CRPF (Central Reserve Police Force) is one such braveheart who has now become the nation's hero too, after a photo of him donating blood to a young woman was posted on social media. Pexels (For Representation) Constable Shailesh not only saved the woman's life, but also saved the life of her newborn child. According to the post, the 25-year-old pregnant woman from Kashmir developed some severe complications (and blood loss) during her delivery and was in an urgent need of blood. Reportedly, the woman's family contacted CRPF 'Madadgaar', a helpline that addresses the medical emergencies of people living in Kashmir. The relation of blood. Constable Gohil Shailesh of #53Bn donated blood to 25 yr old lady of #Kashmir who urgently needed blood due to complications during delivery. His blood saved a mother, a child, a family and created a bond for life. pic.twitter.com/kUM92pJQAy — ð®ð³CRPFð®ð³ (@crpfindia) April 19, 2019 Constable Shailesh volunteered to donate blood to help the mother and it's because of him that both mother and her child were in a stable condition. CRPF wrote in the caption, "His blood saved a mother, a child, a family and created a bond for life." People on Twitter too were in awe of this jawan and couldn't stop praising him for his selfless gesture. Actor Anupam Kher too took to Twitter to applaud the CRPF jawan. Jai Ho.ððð https://t.co/x7riHlLST8 — Anupam Kher (@AnupamPKher) April 19, 2019 What an exemplary and exceptional human act. Many appreciations for the life saver. https://t.co/GWPATteZHs — Raghavendra Sh (@65b0479e700749b) April 20, 2019 A place & community without religion & politics! Just to serve nation & humanity. Citizens should learn from this. #DarlingofHumanity https://t.co/A44PX73Y0M — SUMTI JAIN (@sumtijain26) April 19, 2019 Thank you CRPF. Jai Hind ð®ð³ — Salman Nizami (@SalmanNizami_) April 20, 2019 Wow nice gesture salute to u people — Anant the great (@AnantKN) April 19, 2019 We are proud of our soldiers and their sacrifice for Humanity.They feel proud to DONATE each and every drop of their bodys blood for the service of the Nation and for UNIVERSAL PEACE. Their thoughts are beyond IMAGINATION. Jai hind. https://t.co/4w21yxjjZk — Rajendra Kumar Rai (@Rajendr61990322) April 19, 2019 Nice gesture sir for the efforts. Long live humanity and a warm welcome to the kid.. ðð®ð³ð — à®à®¨à¯à®¤à¯ தமிழன௠#à®à®¾à®µà®²à®©à¯ (@KumaranShan1) April 20, 2019 Salute to gohil Shailesh. You're real superhero. Jai Hind https://t.co/p9CbL3R9Zw — Adarsh Chauhan (@IamAdarshh) April 19, 2019 Thank you very much @CRPFmadadgaar you're doing a commendable job. Thank you @Co53Bn for the help. ð — Tripathi Padmakant (@Padmakant_) April 19, 2019
  5. PUBG Mobile is undoubtedly one of the most popular titles which you can play on both Android and iOS devices. Millions of players are showing up on PUBG's servers to play the game on a daily basis. Despite the staggering success, the game's developer and publisher Tencent Games is currently dealing with a lot of criticism, thanks to the reports which claim that the game is highly addictive and is affecting the mental health of the players. © Tencent Mobile Following the serious backlash, Tencent Games has now decided to impose a digital lock that will lock out players under the age of 13. Tencent Games is said to have imposed the restriction to support the Chinese government's crackdown on gaming addiction, and players below 13 years of age will need a parent or guardian's permission to play. Tencent is said to be using technologies like facial recognition and player ID checks to ascertain the age and identities of the players. They are using similar technology to ban players in 'Honour of Kings', which is yet another popular Tencent Games title. In addition to the digital lock, Tencent has already imposed limits on how long players can play the game, streaming restriction, and more. © PUBG Corporation As of now, only the Chinese version of the game seems to have the digital lock. The ban has been imposed in 12 Chinese cities including Beijing, Chengdu, and Changchun. But considering how Indian parents have been complaining about the game's addictive nature, we think it's only a matter of time until we see a similar digital lock being imposed on the Indian version of the game as well. In a statement released following the backlash, Tencent said, "To foster a healthy and balanced in-game environment, we are developing numerous new features and enhancements which enables us to provide an environment for players to enjoy PUBG Mobile in a rewarding and responsible manner. We are honoured to have a passionate community of PUBG Mobile players in India and globally and continue to welcome their feedback to make PUBG Mobile the best game ever!" Source: Xinhuanet
  6. The Marvel universe is just that, a pure marvel. It boasts of a following that's no less religious about its super teams and superheroes, than the ones who believe in the existence of a higher order placed within holy shrines. An array of captivating movies and stunning characters have taken birth on-screen under the Marvel Studios banner over the years. From the 'X-Men' to 'Fantastic Four' and 'Spiderman' to 'Deadpool', Marvel universe's oeuvre is packed with the best of the best that there are in the arena. © Marvel Studios Yet, regardless of the marvellous stories, and powerful characters that have made their way to the silver screen over the years, with over close to 35 Oscar nominations to its credit, none of them actually came close to take the gilded dude home. However, Marvel's bad luck with Oscars seems to have come to an end as 'Black Panther' won an Oscar for the Best Costume Design in a Motion Picture. 'Black Panther' had earned seven Oscar nominations in the Academy Awards 2019, of which designer Ruth Carter's costume designs for the film brought home the gold! Not just that, Carter also became the first black woman to ever win under the Costume Design category. In her acceptance speech, Carter said, “ It's been my life's honor to create costumes. Thank you to the Academy. Thank you for honouring African royalty and the empowered way women can look and lead on screen.” Apart from costume design, 'Black Panther' also won an Oscar for Best Production Design in a Motion Picture. Production designer Hannah Beachler also happens to be the first black artist to not only win under this category but also get nominated in the category in the last 90 years. Hannah Beachler to @laraspencer after becoming 1st African-American to win #Oscar in production design: "I want all the young women of color...to be able to now stand on my shoulders." Backstage #Oscars moments presented by @Cadillac. https://t.co/VY7QZnkOdq #KeepRising pic.twitter.com/tGxY3OFdUY — Good Morning America (@GMA) February 25, 2019 But if you thought that was it, you're wrong. It seems 'Black Panther' was on a mission to make up for all of Marvel's lost chances, and went on to bag an Oscar for Best Score in Motion Picture, which was accepted by composer Ludwig Goransson. It's been a good day for the cast and crew of 'Black Panther' and the rest of us Marvel fanatics. Wakanda Forever!
  7. Smartphones having an in-screen fingerprint scanner or fingerprint-on-display technology (FoD) is not a distant idea anymore. It's already made its way on smartphones like the OnePlus 6T, Huawei Mate 20 Pro, Vivo Nex and a bunch of other smartphones. Rumours suggest that even the next Samsung flagship smartphone the Galaxy S10 is expected to use the same technology. However, the one drawback everyone faces is the accuracy of this technology. Having said that, it's just the beginning of this technology that will get more advancements, or have we already? © Weibo Xiaomi's upcoming smartphone might be equipped with an in-display sensor that is not only accurate but is faster than what we've already seen until now. Current in-display fingerprint sensors are not only less accurate but are also slower. It requires the user to place the finger on a specified location for a few seconds. Even while enrolling a new fingerprint, it requires multiple annoying presses in order for it to work. However, it seems like Xiaomi has a solution to this conundrum as the company's co-founder and president Lin Bin showed off the new FoD technology in a Weibo post. In the video, we can see that enrolling a new fingerprint takes second on a single tap. The other thing we noticed was that the area where you can place your finger to unlock the phone is comparably bigger; in fact, it takes up half the screen. The sensor used in this prototype phone is said to be 50.2 mm x 25mm in size. Not only is this probably the fastest form of FoD technology, but it's also probably the most accurate as well. It seems like this technology is in development and it would be exciting to see a real commercial phone utilising the new FoD sensor by Xiaomi. Nevertheless, we are excited to see if other companies will have a similar solution anytime soon.
  8. The manifesto was unveiled at MQM?s centre in Bahadurabad, where party convener Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui shed light on it/ Geo News screen grabKARACHI: The Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan released on Saturday its Manifesto, putting forth agenda...
  9. Manny Pacquiao (L) and Argentina's Lucas Matthysse will fight in Kuala Lumpur on SundayKUALA LUMPUR: Filipino legend Manny Pacquiao challenges Lucas "The Machine" Matthysse for the World Boxing Association welterweight belt on Sunday knowing defeat...
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