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  1. The much-anticipated 'The Long Night' episode of 'Game of Thrones' aired earlier this week. Die-hard fans, who watched the episode, were left rather disappointed when multiple scenes were too dark for them make out what's actually happening in the Battle of Winterfell. Well, after receiving a lot of criticism for the poorly-lit episode, the show's cinematographer Fabian Wagner decided to give some clarity. But instead of apologizing, he defended his artistic choices. © HBO Wagner said he filmed the episode in such a fashion on purpose. He said the show was directed and shot like a cinematic experience that could be viewed in a movie theatre. He went on to blame the viewers' TV settings and the quality of the screens. “A lot of the problem is that a lot of people don't know how to tune their TVs properly,” Wagner said while speaking to Wired UK and TMZ. “I know it wasn't too dark because I shot it”, said Wagner. While we appreciate Wagner and his team's intentions and effort to deliver a cinematic experience, it doesn't really make any sense. Like, why would you try to deliver a theatrical experience and make it fit for big screens when the show is not going to be shown in any theatres in the first place? © HBO Millions of people watch it on their TVs or stream it at a compressed quality on OTT platforms like Hotstar on small screens like smartphones, tablet, etc. In fact, Wagner himself noted that HBO's compression of the episode to help smooth over the streaming process, majorly ruined the experience. Then why not shoot the show with proper lighting, so it looks good on all screens? His excuse falls apart right there? Also, it's not the first episode of the show, where the scenes were supposed to be dark. We've seen a lot of 'dark' episodes of the show in the past which were quite enjoyable and, most importantly, easy to watch. So, we can't help but raise questions here when he says “the showrunners decided that this had to be a dark episode”. Yes, the idea was to show an impactful battle, but what good are the efforts when people can't even see what's happening in the battle?
  2. Vicky Kaushal has been catapulted to major glory right now thanks to his wonderful innings at the box office with 'Uri'. The actor impressed everyone with his strong performance in the movie, which has gone up to the 200 crore mark already. It's only natural now that movie makers and producers are making a beeline to sign him up and allow Vicky to be spoilt for choices. However, it looks like he has already set his sights on meaty roles which benefit the actor within him. As per latest reports, Vicky has already signed his next movie with none other than ace director Shoojit Sircar. It is a biopic on Udham Singh and Vicky will play the titular role. In a recent interview, Shoojit Sircar spoke about his choice of getting Vicky on board. “If you look at Vicky's track record, he is taking brave steps and making some really fabulous choices. I wanted an actor who is ready to give his heart and soul to the film. Plus, he is a Punjabi boy and my film is a story of a Punjabi man. So, in many ways, he turned to be the obvious choice.” Vicky, who was grateful indeed, said, “It's a surreal feeling because it's like a dream come true as I am finally getting to work with him. I have always been a big admirer of how Shoojit sir looks at his stories. The way he is looking at the character (Udham Singh) and the world, is extraordinary as well as beautiful. Plus, it's also a big honour for me that finally, I am going to be directed by him. Honestly, that's something that will take time to sink in.” The movie was initially meant for Irrfan Khan to play the lead but since the actor has been on a break owing to his medical condition, Vicky has stepped in his shoes. Udham Singh went down in history as one of the biggest freedom fighters our country ever saw. He was responsible for assassinating General O'Dwyer to avenge the 1919 massacre. The movie is slated for a 2020 release. Well, our excitement and our 'josh' are certainly higher.
  3. Ever since Apple announced the iPhone X with a notch, smartphone companies have rushed to copy the design and even use the same tactic to hide its presence. Apple cleverly uses dark wallpapers by default which basically hides the notch when viewed from far. Samsung also uses similar wallpapers to hide the punch-hole gamer at the front of the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+. © Twitter_Matt B However, not everyone needs to hide the cameras, especially when other wallpapers can embrace Samsung's design choice. Twitter users Matt B (@mattcabb) posted a series of wallpapers that basically flaunt the front-facing cameras with unique characters from Futurama and even Jonny 5 from 'Short Circuit'. Other wallpapers include the NASA Mars Rover and a very cute R2-D2 for the Galaxy S10. © Twitter_Matt B You can have a look at the entire thread of Tweets that feature different wallpapers for the Galaxy S10/S10+. Not so sure about #bender from #futurama. Too much emotions in his original eyes. pic.twitter.com/I5F4kqLlQ3 — Matt B (@Mattcabb) February 27, 2019 The wallpapers are not currently available to download since the Galaxy S10 is not available to the general public yet. However, we do expect these wallpapers to pop up on social media very soon once the smartphone is in the hand of customers. For now, we're just hoping Matt B makes a 'Wall-E' version as well. The wallpapers are not currently available to download since the Galaxy S10 is not available to the general public yet. However, we do expect these wallpapers to pop up on social media very soon once the smartphone is in the hand of customers. For now, we're just hoping Matt B makes a 'Wall-E' version as well.
  4. Innovation doesn't come easy and Samsung managed to pull off a working foldable smartphone and calls its the “Galaxy Fold.” It's a phone that can fold and can be bought for a lot of money. There's no doubt that the Galaxy Fold is an engineering marvel; however, it has one very obvious caveat. The Galaxy Fold may look different from anything you've ever seen, but it's too damn thick when folded. © Samsung The device itself has a screen size of 4.6-inches when folded and turns into a 7.3-inch display when unfolded and becomes a tablet. It's probably the most refined foldable smartphone we've seen yet. The one feature that sets the Galaxy Fold apart from others is its app continuity feature. Currently, it works with YouTube, WhatsApp, Google Maps, YouTube, Netflix and Facebook. © Samsung On one hand, the Galaxy Fold is a device that lets you fit something in your pocket that is as big as a tablet. On the other hand, the Galaxy Fold is way too thick for it to sit comfortably in your pocket. Reports suggest that the Galaxy Fold is 17mm thick when folded and 6.9mm thick when unfolded. To put things into perspective, the Galaxy Fold is as thick as the Nintendo Switch and it is certainly not practical to fit something that thick in your pocket. On the brighter side, the Galaxy Fold does come with impressive specifications that makes it one of the most powerful and expensive smartphones yet. The Galaxy Fold comes with 12 GB of RAM and batteries on each side of the foldable phone. It has six cameras, i.e. three on the back, one on the front and two inside. © Samsung The rear cameras are a 12-megapixel wide-angle camera, a 16-megapixel ultra-wide camera and a 12-megapixel telephoto camera. On the inside, the two cameras are a 10-megapixel selfie camera and an 8-megapixel depth camera. As for the front-facing camera, the Galaxy Fold has a single 10-megapixel selfie camera. Even though the Galaxy Fold is probably the most exciting thing made by Samsung yet, it's sheer thickness can be problematic for users who want a practical device. The Galaxy Fold also costs $ 1980 (Approx Rs 1,40,670) which is a fair price for something that's innovative. Whether folding phones will be a thing of the future remains to be seen. Maybe, future iterations will be thinner and more affordable.
  5. If you are an iron head, you know who Ronnie Coleman is. Heck, even people who live in the cardio section know who the King of bodybuilding is. Eight times Mr. Olympia and arguably the biggest and the most conditioned bodybuilder to ever grace the stage, Ronnie was a freak of nature put on steroids. I recently watched his latest documentary called 'The King'. Rightly named, the movie chronicles Big Ron's life and times even before he started professional bodybuilding. Mind you, it's not a spectacle of any kind to watch. If anything, it's a journey through the mindset and most importantly, the pain of being the best in the world. It's just as painful as it's inspiring. Ronnie Was A Freak Of Nature © YouTube Whichever sport Ronnie took part in during his school and college days, he came up as a champion. His naturally athletic demeanor made him stand out in American football, track and field and what not. He was built for sports. At 18, he first stepped on the stage and won his very first amateur bodybuilding competition. This win changed the course of this entire life and the Ronnie Coleman that the world now knows, was born. Hustle And Flow © YouTube Ronnie never came from a 'provided-for' background. He hustled his way through daily life. Despite of being brilliant at accounting, circumstances led him to serve pizzas at Dominos. Soon after he joined the police force as rookie and it was here where a fellow officer of his, introduced him to Brian Dobson. Impressed by the size Ronnie was already carrying and knowing the fact that Ronnie can't pay the gym fee, Dobson offered him a free lifetime membership. From here on- Ronnie started aiming for the Olympia. The world of bodybuilding was about to witness something that it had never seen before. Ronnie Trained Hard. But Did He Train Smart? – Jay Cutler © YouTube 800 pound squat, 2,300 pound leg press, 200 pound dumbbell chest press. Ronnie, despite being a bodybuilder, trained a lot like power-lifters. The weight he lifted on a regular basis astounded all his peers and raised eyebrows about his health. A brief look at his training videos and you will realize how he guzzled weight. All this heavy lifting had to have consequences and it did. Injuries And An Absolutely Ruined Old Age © YouTube At 46 years old, Ronnie's spine is in a complete mess. So much so, that he can't even stand for minutes in a row, let alone standing with a straight spine. He walks with crutches and around the time of his surgeries resorts to a wheel chair. His low back disks were fitted with screws so as to avoid them from compressing on top of each other. He somehow broke those screws and along with the screws broke his disks where the screws were drilled. At this point, he literally has a broken back. Both of his hips too are preplaced. He recently came about the internet and told his fans that he might never be able to walk again. If all this isn't saddening, I don't know what it is. The Pain Of Seeing A Champ Go Down In Misery Ronnie has the money (10 million + net worth). He has kids and a loving wife. He can pay off for his treatment but all this isn't enough. It's pretty sure that he will never be able to stand up straight again, ever. Soon, he won't be walking too. Once the strongest bodybuilder is now is extreme physical misery simply because of how he trained for years. Through the 1.5 hours of the documentary, I felt the pain. Ronnie never thought this would happen and it's only getting worse.
  6. Samsung smartphones are known to get leaked well before its official launch and sometimes the leak comes accidentally from the South-Korean company. The next flagship to launch for Samsung is the 10th anniversary Galaxy S10 and some details about the smartphone has surfaced online. © Twitter The upcoming device is expected to have an all-new design, an unconventional triple camera setup and a new 'ultrasonic' in-display reader. It's also rumoured that Samsung is working on a proper Face ID alternative and will probably incorporate it on the Galaxy S10. The leak was spotted by reliable leaker Ice Universe, where he came across a benchmarking test for the Galaxy S10 and it seems like the leak comes straight from Samsung. The test revealed details that give us a clearer picture about the new smartphone. According to the test, the Galaxy S10 has a new 19:9 aspect ratio with a resolution of 3,040 x 1,440 pixels. To put things into perspective, the Galaxy S9 has an 18.5:9 aspect ratio. Reports suggest that Samsung will not be making the phone any bigger than its predecessor but rather make the screen taller by removing top and bottom bezels. © MensXP We know that Samsung tries to hide their Galaxy S model by using different code names. For example, Samsung uses names such as 'SM-G4x5' to hide smartphones from the general public before launch. This particular Galaxy S10 leak had a similar code name and was referenced as 'SM-G405F' in the benchmark tests. There's a good chance that this leak comes directly from Samsung, albeit accidentally. © Twitter Of course, since this is just a leak based on a benchmark test, it should be treated with a grain of salt. Leaks generally turn out to be true especially when they are based on a benchmark test. However, one never knows that this might be a prototype device by Samsung that may never see day of light. We'll know more about the Samsung Galaxy S10 near its official launch and that seems a bit far away as of now. Source: Forbes
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