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  1. The 'Big Bang Theory? Mayim Bialik recently spilled the beans on her ?annoying? nature in front of Jim Parsons
  2. There's a lot of hype around FAU-G and it's finally coming out next week. We're still a few days away from the release date, but we now have a lot of info about FAU-G and what to expect from it when it officially comes out on January 26. The folks over at IGN India spoke to FAU-G developer Ncore Games Founder and Chairman Vishal Gondal, and Co-Founder and COO Ganesh Hande to learn more about it and here are some of the key points to note - ©Ncore Games No Battle Royale or Multiplayer Mode At Launch Ever since FAU-G was announced, everybody thought it was going to be a PUBG Mobile alternative and it'll have a battle royale mode. However, Ncore Games has confirmed that the game won't have a BR mode or even a multiplayer mode for that matter at launch. “We do want to be clear and we will also mention this in the game,” he says. “There will be battle royale mode and PvP [player versus player] modes, but they will clearly be labelled as ‘Coming Soon’," Vishal said. So when the game comes out, it'll have a story mode that stays true to the Galwan Valley setting. Ncore Games says we can expect more features and updates over the period of the next six to eight months. ©Ncore Games FAU-G Will Have Ads? Yes, FAU-G will have ads, however, they won't be of the kind that spams you all the time. Ncore Games says a player can watch an ad once or twice a day to get some currency to buy cosmetics. So yes, the game will also have cosmetics that'll eventually be tied to players' progression across different modes. The game will also have a battle pass but it won't be available at launch. Can Your Android Phones Run FAU-G? Ncore Games says that the game will come with support to set your graphics options between Ultra to low. So if a player thinks the game is lagging on his/her device, they can change the settings accordingly and try. The game will be capped at 60FPS even on devices with a higher refresh rate. You can check out the detailed write-up on IGN India to learn more about the game and be prepared to play it next week. We'll have more to talk about the game once it comes out, so be sure to stay tuned. View the full article
  3. The Samsung Galaxy Series has come a long way since its inception. It has finally culminated in an almost perfect smartphone with the S21 series this year. After years of experience in launching premium smartphones, Samsung may have finally got almost everything right with the S21 Ultra. I have been using Samsung's latest flagship for almost a week now and my experience with this smartphone has left me wanting to make this phone my primary device in 2021. From the camera to the performance to the build quality, everything seems right about the Galaxy S21. Here's what I think about Samsung's latest flagship that will be hard to beat this year. Design and Display Hands down, my favourite thing about the S21 Ultra has to do with the build quality and the tone of the 'Phantom Black' colour. It's the blackest of black you can find on a smartphone and to be fair, pictures really don't do justice for the beautiful design Samsung has opted to use this year. The Galaxy S21 Ultra makes other premium smartphones feel cheap with the exception of the iPhone 12 Pro. The Galaxy S21 Ultra makes smartphones like the OnePlus 8 Pro feel like budget offerings which is a testament to what Samsung has achieved with this phone. © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla At the back, you will find a very minimalistic look with a camera module at the top left corner. There is a more prominent bump this time around which didn't really bother me as much as I thought it would. It looks quite good and doesn't really interfere with the overall experience of the smartphone. Sure, you will have to use a case in case you want to keep the smartphone flat on a surface, however you will need to purchase that separately. Apart from the massive camera module, the design of the smartphone is fairly simple and elegant. We do have to mention that the phone feels great to hold in the hand, thanks to its aluminium frame. © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla Much like any Samsung flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S21 Ultra has IP68 water and dust resistance rating, supports wireless charging and uses the Infinity-O display design. Having said that, Samsung has removed the ability to expand storage, as the phone does not have a microSD slot in the SIM tray this time around. This might be disappointing for existing Samsung users who require extra storage space for apps, games and pictures. © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla Samsung is known for using the best display units for its flagship phones and the case remains the same with the Galaxy S21 Ultra as well. In fact, it may just be the best display we've used on a smartphone yet - even better than the iPhone 12 Pro Max. The phone has a fairly large 6.8-inch WQHD+ display with a resolution of 3,200 X 1,440. The display does have a slight curve to it but it's rather easy to use. The display also uses an adaptive refresh rate up to 120Hz where the screen can go as low as 10Hz for maximum battery output. Browsing on the S21 Ultra was a delight, thanks to the animations and scrolling speed optimised for OneUI 3.1. The combination of the vivid display and the great implementation of the adaptive refresh rate is by far the standout feature on the S21 Ultra here. © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla Needles to say, the display quality is second to none and watching movies, TV shows, Twitch and gaming is a sublime experience on the Galaxy S21 Ultra. Colour calibration on the display is extremely accurate and is not over saturated either. The display also supports HDR10+ content which makes watching content on apps like Netflix feel like a dream. In addition, users can also use the display with Samsung's stylus, the S-Pen as it now supports all the features you can use on the Galaxy Note Series. You will have to purchase the S Pen and the case separately so that you can use it more effectively. Camera The Galaxy S21 Ultra comes with a wide array of sensors such as a 12MP wide-angle camera, a 108MP main sensor with OIS, a 10MP 3x optical telephoto sensor with OIS, and a 10MP 10x optical telephoto sensor. In our experience, the S21 Ultra can capture some incredible images with great detail. We particularly like the 'Single Take' feature quite a bit which was also present in the Galaxy S20 Ultra as well. © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla The S21 Ultra's dual telephoto lens setup does help in capturing images from afar with better detail, however we do feel the images feel a bit soft. The 10X telephoto lens needs a bit of work in our opinion as the final image doesn't really feel like an image shot using optical zoom. Having said that, Samsung has improved the stability in this mode as the S22 Ultra shakes far less when zoomed as compared to its predecessor. Similarly, the S21 Ultra's night mode could also use some improvement in order to catch up with its competition i.e. the iPhone 12 Series. For an Android device, the Night Mode works fairly well and beats most of the other Android devices with ease. Portrait mode on the S21 Ultra is accurate most of the time at detecting edges of people, however we do feel that there haven't been any noticeable improvements from its predecessors. Overall, the images do look quite impressive and for once, feel more balanced instead of having the usual Samsung tuning with pictures looking a bit oversaturated. Pictures look crisper than usual, however we did notice a bit of softness in low-light images taken without the Night Mode. Some housekeeping notes about the camera app - it does feel a bit unintuitive to use as some features are buried deep into menus. It would be prudent if Samsung could streamline some of the key features and bring them to the forefront such as Night Mode, rather than have a user dig these features from the 'More' section. Samsung could also implement something similar to Apple where the cameras toggle night mode automatically if there isn't enough ambient light. If you want to get a better idea of the Galaxy S21 Ultra's picture quality, have a look at the gallery below: Performance and Battery Life © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla Now, this is a hot topic for Indian consumers since Samsung uses Exynos chipsets for its smartphones that are sold in the country. The Galaxy S21 Ultra is powered by Samsung's latest 5nm Exynos 2100 chipset and unlike past experiences, Samsung has sorted out most of its silicon problems on the Galaxy S21 Ultra. Right out of the box, we did not see any throttling of any kind or any overheating issues unlike the Galaxy Note 20 from last year. In fact, the Exynos 2100 may just be the best chipset Samsung has ever made and trust me when I say this, they have listened to fans this time around. © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla The Exynos 2100 is surpassingly well optimised in terms of performance. In some of our graphic tests, it even beat the iPhone 12 Pro this year. For example, in our 3DMark Sling Shot Extreme test, the Exynos version scored 7523 points in the test and in comparison has better performance than its predecessor, landing it a spot amongst the top five performing smartphones. Having said that, the Exynos 2100 does need better-sustained GPU performance in games like Genshin Impact or with games that have to render more assets. Stability is a slight issue for larger open-world games at the moment which may be fixed in a future update. We do have to point out that games like Genshin Impact have not been optimised for Samsung's new chipset yet which could be the reason behind the stability problems. This isn't really Samsung's fault as the developer needs to optimise the game for the chipset and not the other way around. However, you should face no problems in competitive games like Call of Duty or upcoming MOBA games like League of Legends: Wild Rift. We did not notice any frame rate drops in any of our gaming sessions which is the ideal situation you want any smartphone to be in. © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla If you are wondering about CPU performance, after a recent update, there was a huge difference in performance which left me quite surprised. In our Geekbench 5 test, the S21 Ultra (Exynos) scored 1035 (single-core) and 3136 (multi-core) points which are at par with recent flagship smartphones. In real life usage, the phone performed reliably well and did not falter in the overall experience. The Galaxy S21 Ultra is by far the most balanced smartphone yet, made with a chipset that may not be the popular choice amongst Android fanboys but it really does hold its own. I also have to give a special shoutout to the software team at Samsung mobiles for the incredible experience we got with OneUI 3.1. The software is highly optimised for the hardware and has become our favourite Android skin this year, overtaking OxygenOS 11. Samsung has made improvements to the overall software experience that in my opinion is the best you can get right now. It feels more streamlined, stable and looks absolutely phenomenal. The only issue I have is the lack of using my own icon packs natively. Features like Samsung DeX, Link to Windows, a dedicated Kids Mode are some of the thoughtful features other phones lack. Other features like connectivity with Galaxy Buds Live, Buds+ and other Samsung accessories is flawless and is the only thing that comes close to Apple's offering. When I say the phone is highly optimised for the hardware, it also reflects in the battery life of the phone. The Galaxy S21 Ultra can easily last you 1.5 days, thanks to its massive 5000mAh battery. However, if you do use the display in WQHD+ mode, you can expect it to go down a bit, especially if you have adaptive refresh rate turned on for the higher resolution. The Galaxy S21 Ultra, unfortunately, does not come with a charger in the box, however the good news is you can use any third-party Power Delivery (PD) charger with the phone. The phone supports up to 25W PD fast charging and 15W wireless charging which makes it easier for existing Samsung/Android users to use their previous chargers. The Final Say Samsung has really knocked it out of the park with the Galaxy S21 Ultra this time around with a great software experience, improved performance and a premium design that is currently unmatched. With one of the best displays we've ever used on a smartphone to offer great flexibility with its cameras, the S21 Ultra will be setting a new standard for flagship devices in 2021. 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  4. Marvel Studios' latest feature, WandaVision is given treatment like no preceding Marvel storyline. It follows the seemingly peaceful and idealised suburban lives of super-powered beings Wanda and Vision, but soon, both start to suspect and question everything around them. © Marvel The series stars Elizabeth Olsen who plays the role of Wanda Maximoff, Paul Bettany who plays the of Vision, along with Kathryn Hahn as Agnes, and Teyonah Parris who plays Monica Rambeau, Monica was introduced to everyone with Captain Marvel earlier. Here, actor Kat Dennings has reprised her role as Darcy from the films, Thor and Thor: The Dark World, and Randall Park reprises his role as Jimmy Woo from Ant-Man and The Wasp. © Marvel WandaVision's Director and Executive Producer Matt Shakman said, "It was really important to us from the get-go that we weren't parodying sitcoms. We studied tone and style from era to era. We wanted to make sure the actors were fluent in all of these different styles. So, we had a sitcom boot camp with the cast before we began." © Marvel "We watched old episodes and we tried on different styles to figure out the physicality and the sound for each era. We wanted to make sure that what we were creating was absolutely faithful to the original touchstone shows. To that end, we watched lots of episodes, read books about the making of those shows, and interviewed, whenever possible, people who had actually worked on those shows. I went to lunch with the great Dick Van Dyke and Kevin Feige before we started production on WandaVision. That was a lovely experience and a great way to hear how they approached production on his show, which was an inspiration for our first episode.” © Marvel He also further added, “We had a wonderful dialect coach who also helped with movement and helped us sort out how people spoke differently in each era, which complemented what we learned by watching episode after episode. What we think of as being funny changes from era to era." © Marvel Talking about her experience, Writer and Executive Producer Jac Shaeffer pointed out, "I had all these posters of great series through the years for the initial pitch to the writers. We watched episodes together and everybody went home with DVDs to bone up. At the heart of all of the shows, we landed on his family. That’s what we were chasing. It’s a love story and then the twins arrive—the home is the hub, the life force of the show. We are not creating a parody of sitcoms. We really want to celebrate them and do our own version of these shows." © Marvel WandaVision is releasing its new episodes every week on Friday. The show has each episode with a distinct theme that pays homage to a particular decade of television history. View the full article
  5. Bangladesh's capital city Dhaka tops the list of most polluted cities of the world followed by Vietnam's Hanoi city
  6. If you were to tell me that the Hitman series would become one of my favourite stealth games of all time, I would not take you seriously. However, that’s exactly what IO interactive has managed to achieve with the third and final instalment of the modern Hitman series. I’ve been craving a Splinter Cell-like stealth game all of the last generation and Hitman 3 fulfilled my needs this time. Previous titles in the franchise were a bit goofy and lacked a compelling narrative that makes me care about the franchise. However, with Hitman 3, IO Interactive has managed to turn all of that around and delivered a Hitman game that also has a great storyline. © IO Interactive The Hitman series’ formula has not changed much from a decade ago, however the new games offer more freedom than ever before. Hitman 3 has a total of six missions and it's up to you how you want to go about them. Each mission starts with a briefing in the style of a Mission: Impossible movie and the first level even seems inspired by Ghost Protocol. While six missions may not sound like a great deal, each mission can be replayed to death with countless variables or styles of play. You can also play different levels in different modes to amp up the difficulty or completely change how a level can be played again. © IO Interactive To spice things up, IO Interactive have also included a level set in an old family mansion where you have to solve a murder mystery. You get to check out the secret passages and disguise yourself as a detective or sleuth. It is a big departure from Hitman’s traditional mechanics and how levels play out but we liked how it shakes up the traditional style of playing Hitman is known for. Every mission is different from each other and has been designed with painstaking detail, giving you the freedom to approach it in every manner possible. You can poison your target, go in guns blazing or come up with creative ways to eliminate your target. Much like thriller movies, the game takes you to different parts of the world with each mission. The first missions take place in a glamourous Dubai skyscraper while in another you might find yourself in a nightclub in Berlin. Each level offers something new that makes you want to replay missions and approach them differently each time. Each mission offers a different level of immersion that I truly did not expect from a Hitman game. IO Interactive has managed to craft levels that will be remembered until the franchise makes a return. © IO Interactive As we mentioned before, Hitman 3 is a huge departure from previous games where it tones down the goofiness and takes itself seriously. There’s an overarching story here which takes the game back to its roots instead of being a sandbox game. The story is quite intriguing and very much in line with spy movies you may have seen in the past decade. The plot of the game is mostly enjoyable, but some of the conspiracy tropes were quite predictable. Nevertheless, it still is a great story to experience in the end as it ends Agent 47’s story on a high note. © IO Interactive When it comes to the game mechanics, Hitman 3 has not expanded much, probably because there was nothing left to fix. The “don't fix it if it ain't broke” idiom is perfectly applicable here as every mechanic from the starting of the franchise is at your disposal here. While I would have liked to see some new gadgets thrown into the mix, we only get a smart camera that aids in achieving objectives, surveying your surroundings and solving puzzles. The new gadget doesn’t reinvent the wheel in any way or form, however it is a welcome addition to your arsenal. Apart from the new gadget addition, Hitman 3 is still very much a stealth game where you have to focus on sneaking past people, change disguises if suspected and hide bodies in closets like the previous game. It’s very much a sequel to Hitman 2 in terms of gameplay but this time around there is focus on the story as well. While the formula largely remains the same, you will experience some twists and unexpected moments that show us what future Hitman games can become. The Final VerdictHitman 3 is probably the best game in the new trilogy that puts more focus on the story while keeping the gameplay mechanics true to its roots. From exhilarating levels to beautiful graphics and a compelling story, Hitman 3 is the perfect send-off any franchise could get. View the full article
  7. Bernie Sanders is one of the best politicians the United States has ever had and it's a shame he didn't get a chance to bring about a real change as the President. He's been fighting for what's right since before most of us were even born and he's continuing to do so as long as he's working. © Reuters And since he's such a beloved person by the younger generation, whatever he says and does, becomes a meme just because of how great he is and how much people admire him. We'll never forget the 'I'm once again asking you' meme, it'll go down in meme history for sure. © Twitter But now, his latest viral outing has started a photoshop battle. The day has finally come where Joe Biden has officially become the President of the United States and his inauguration day is the only thing people can seem to talk about. One particular picture of Bernie Sanders from the inauguration has become the standout moment of the day. Here's Bernie sitting with his adorable little mittens, perfectly following social distancing. © Twitter He really looks like that the inauguration was part of his to-do list of the day, not his plan for the entire day. He has, of course, become the new meme of the year as his picture has been photoshopped into anything possible. The fly was actually just Bernie! Omg. pic.twitter.com/kyf9holXKw — Cathy Yan (@CathyYan) January 21, 2021 No comments. pic.twitter.com/WSVBPVCB1d — ️ (@_theghettomonk) January 20, 2021 Even Ryan Reynolds got in on the action. View this post on Instagram And, even Mark Ruffalo. “I am, once again, asking you to maintain proper social distance protocol” pic.twitter.com/EOyhGvaMoi — Mark Ruffalo (@MarkRuffalo) January 20, 2021 Remember this part of The Shining? Is there a hashtag for these? #BernieSanders pic.twitter.com/wQGtoUWtUM — ᴇʟɪᴢᴀʙᴇᴛʜ (@manhattan_liz) January 21, 2021 Fits so perfectly. Ok I'm proud of this one 🤣#BernieSanders #berniesmittens pic.twitter.com/9wpOGNu2fm — innochantheumbreon (@Inno_and_Rachel) January 21, 2021 He's been everywhere. My favorite ones are the paintings. #BernieSanders pic.twitter.com/16BD2h5QSa — Drewid (@midwestfilmbuff) January 21, 2021 Way better than Bran. Chairman Sanders overseeing congressional budget #BernieSanders pic.twitter.com/UpjhcwWTuG — Sergio :=4🇺🇸 WS Champion Dodgers ️ #ITFDB (@sgonzalezjr7) January 21, 2021 Up up and away. Smile, things are looking up, Bernie. #BernieSanders #berniesmittens pic.twitter.com/bFrLWNuVBb — Laird Ogden (@OgdenCreative) January 21, 2021 So, chill. Internet makes me cry#BernieSanders ️ pic.twitter.com/dEzmrIBu2n — pererepaoduro (@osmardeirada) January 21, 2021 You can't change anyone's mind. Keep that meme train rolling. #BernieSanders pic.twitter.com/ulFZUqWjk6 — FrankRizzo24 (@RankFrizzo24) January 21, 2021 The cat was Bernie all along. Whoever made this one is genius. #BernieSanders pic.twitter.com/k26AKbqvkS — Berni (@ScentsbyBerni) January 21, 2021 Love these. #BernieSanders is also making history 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 pic.twitter.com/nGCMHhBQwl — Wong guy (@s0metingWong) January 21, 2021 He has a lot to do in a day. 8am: Coffee 9am: Trader Joe’s 10am: Pharmacy 11am: Joe’s thing 1pm: Post office#BernieSanders pic.twitter.com/VMrxoTNnqM — Mahan (@mahanchesterutd) January 21, 2021 So cute. These #BernieSanders memes are just making me so happy this evening pic.twitter.com/qjROSIsR8p — Mars May Have A Riot (@may_flower90) January 21, 2021 Bern Box, the sequel we all need. Bern Box#BernieSanders pic.twitter.com/cRppsNLxJX — Wirjil (@Wirjil) January 21, 2021 All of us after ordering something online. Might be my fav #BernieSanders meme pic.twitter.com/DFtEB7eWRt — Turd Ferguson (@StephPhotoGeek) January 20, 2021 The internet, basically. Last One. #BernieSanders pic.twitter.com/K4r1cf1vGy — Shae Roberts (@Shaedreams) January 20, 2021 Bernie is not impressed. "This could have been an email." #BernieSanders pic.twitter.com/NaGYQwY4bU — Lamang (@lamangayidova) January 20, 2021 True. Me after the pandemic when I'm asked to socialize again. #InagurationDay #BernieSanders #COVID pic.twitter.com/muDKQfFka3 — d t (@DanTraicoff) January 20, 2021 Oops. When you feel like a Michelle but you know you look like a Bernie #BernieSanders #InaugurationDay #MichelleObama pic.twitter.com/gbkiankPqb — Yineth (@yineth_bolanos) January 20, 2021 Oh no. Oh no! They got him! #BernieSanders P.S. I know the photoshop itself is bad but that's what I can do in half an hour. pic.twitter.com/dvbsVCpIx9 — Tölgyes Áron (@Bajron18) January 20, 2021 Bernie is a mean girl. Bernie says "you CAN sit with us."#BernieSanders #InaugurationDay #berniesmittens pic.twitter.com/asfhdJCt2R — Madeline Carl (@madeline__carl) January 20, 2021 Bernie and Keanu, just chilling. Here come the memes #berniesmittens #BernieSanders pic.twitter.com/0q6bVB9vrX — Wasee (@r_a_n_d_o_m_a_) January 20, 2021 View the full article
  8. Noah Centineo has over 18 Million followers on Instagram. He first rose to film after his film, To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before and its sequel that followed. The 23-year-old actor, in an Instagram live video, revealed that he is part Italian, part Native American. part Puerto Rican and part Dutch as well, although Noah is a Florida native who moved to Los Angeles at the age of 16 to pursue an acting career. Noah Centineo first came into the limelight for playing the roles of Jesus Adams Foster on a show that had Jennifer Lopez as the executive producer, the Freeform series was called The Fosters. © ncentineo/ Instagram For the uninformed, In 2017, he even played Camila Cabello’s love interest in the music video for her hit single Havana, this is when he was given the status of a 'heartthrob'. When he started his acting career, Noah starred in multiple shows on the Disney Channel. Noah also had minor appearances in Austin & Ally, Shake It Up, and Jessie. Noah also played the role of Jaden Stark in Disney's feature film How To Build A Better Boy. © ncentineo/ Instagram For his film trilogy, To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, he plays the role of Peter Kavinsky opposite fellow actor, Lana Condor. He even co-starred in the film, Sierra Burgess Is a Loser followed by the film, The Perfect Date. The third instalment of the trilogy, To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, will be coming out this year. The trilogy is based on Jenny Han’s book series that goes by the same name. © ncentineo/ Instagram Noah Centineo is currently working on projects which include the likes of The Diary, an upcoming World War II drama feature directed by Jackie Chan. The actor is also starring in the role of He-Man in the feature Masters of the Universe. However, the shooting has been postponed amid the coronavirus crises. But besides his thriving acting career. he also has a rather distinct sense of style that stands out easily. Here's taking a look at some of his famous OOTDS: 1. He's a fan of large prints and they clearly suit him too. View this post on Instagram 2. He does casual, effortless style extremely well. View this post on Instagram3. He prefers stripes and colour blocking which works well together in an outfit. View this post on Instagram4. He doesn't mind dipping his toes in bizarre trends. View this post on Instagram5. He's also a fan of quirky prints. View this post on Instagram View the full article
  9. At 18, Greta Thunberg is way cooler than most of us will be in our entire lives. Imagine not even being a legal adult and still having beef with the president of a country that's not even yours. © Reuters Greta Thunberg and Donald Trump have a long history of Twitter beef, with just the former president being unhinged, as always, and talking about a young girl and her just mocking him in return with his own words. © Reuters Back in November, after Joe Biden was initially announced as the President-elect, Donald Trump was basically having a meltdown on Twitter and did not believe that Joe actually won the election. Because of the rage he was showing on Twitter, Greta Thunberg decided to ask him to chill out in the best possible way. Greta is ice, she waited a full year to troll Trump, and her timing was epic! pic.twitter.com/SaOIV7O1rY — Jenni Lang (@lang_towers) November 5, 2020 What an iconic moment! Well, Greta realized that the best way to deal with Donald Trump is just using his own words against him and she repeated her trolling technique again as Joe Biden became the President of the United States and Donald Trump bid farewell, finally. He seems like a very happy old man looking forward to a bright and wonderful future. So nice to see! pic.twitter.com/G8gObLhsz9 — Greta Thunberg (@GretaThunberg) January 20, 2021 Too bad Trump is banned from almost every social media website, he won't be able to see Greta being his youngest and fiercest troll. For context - Greta Thunberg waiting in the tall grass for as long as it takes. pic.twitter.com/BFecxCAvRt — Jack Fennell (@JFennellAuthor) January 20, 2021 What a great comment, nothing can top this. I'm disappointed Greta... I thought you didn't burn fossils. (I'll see myself out) — Femi (@Femi_Sorry) January 20, 2021 She is hilarious. i love when greta thunberg pic.twitter.com/91iKdNy8Ne — polly ❦ (@djarinsoka) January 20, 2021 The winner of the drag race. Trump once said Greta Thunberg "looks like a very happy young girl looking forward to a bright and wonderful future." Today Greta posted Trump "looks like a very happy old man looking forward to a bright and wonderful future." And just like that, Greta won this season's Drag Race pic.twitter.com/RbwhIb228r — Paul Rudnick (@PaulRudnickNY) January 20, 2021 Oops. Didn't expect to see Greta Thunburg burning fossil fuel but here we are https://t.co/JwTfE5gI3D — Rami Ismail (رامي) (@tha_rami) January 21, 2021 Never going to happen. Never, ever think you can beat teenagers on social media https://t.co/86OBHL869D — Greg Jericho (@GrogsGamut) January 20, 2021 Exactly. A clear lesson to never, ever start Twitter beef with Gen Z https://t.co/XPPy9kUzqr — Steve Westly (@SteveWestly) January 20, 2021 What a world we live in. not sure i'm ever going to fully process that there was a president of the united states who got dunked on by the teenager he cyber-bullied on his way out the door https://t.co/ETqkyp0iFp — dan solomon (@dansolomon) January 20, 2021 We all do. Greta dragging Donald Trump is what I live for. — Angela Belcamino (@AngelaBelcamino) January 20, 2021 She really is. There's petty. And there's Petty. But Greta Thunberg is an Artist. https://t.co/qpIbnPwKET — brIan wisti (@brianwisti) January 20, 2021 A really long one. So besides being wicked smart, Greta Thunberg has a LONG memory. https://t.co/62mSrkZqQC — William Salyers (@wlsalyers) January 20, 2021 Well deserved. GRETA THUNBERG IS SO BRUTAL THIS IS AMAZING pic.twitter.com/Mw2sGvbv0T — arran ミ☆ (@zeglcrs) January 21, 2021 Extremely. Greta Thunberg recycling a Trump tweet is very environmentally responsible :) https://t.co/zLVZgTyeQ7 — Rituparna Chatterjee (@MasalaBai) January 20, 2021 We all do. This level of petty. I aspire to THIS level! https://t.co/IK8kOaGGlM — yvette nicole brown (@YNB) January 20, 2021 View the full article
  10. Netflix now has over 200 million subscribers worldwide. Yes, that's the numbers Netflix closed 2020 with, making it the biggest streaming service of its kind in the entire world. 200 million is indeed a huge number and the other services are nowhere close to them. By comparison, Disney Plus, which is gaining a lot of subscribers as well, managed to get 86.8 million subscribers in its first year. Even other services in the US like Hulu, HBO Max, etc. are far behind. Even the services here in India like Prime Video, Hotstar, etc. fall behind. Netflix noted that the subscribers increased by 8.51 million between October and December to hit 203.66 million total. This is not only a huge number but it's also more than what analysts and Netflix itself expected to add in that period. © Unsplash A lot of this goes to Netflix's efforts of creating new and original content. Among its popular originals during Q4 2020 was Season 4 of The Crown. The streaming service noted that more member households had opted to watch S4 than each of the prior seasons in the first 28 days after its November 15 premiere. The show is said to have over 100 million views, a number that's only going to grow over time. The COVID 19 pandemic also must have helped Netflix add more users. As more countries around the world started initiating lockdowns, people were flocking to Netflix for entertainment inside the closed walls. The number of subscribers is obviously not going to remain the same throughout the year. It'll depend on whether or Netflix manages to keep its content library fresh. The streaming service apparently has more than 500 titles currently in post-production. So we're expecting a lot of really good movies and shows coming our way in 2021 and beyond. It's going to be awesome! © Unsplash Netflix co-CEO Reed Hastings believes that there's a lot more headroom for growth. “We’ve got a lot of subscribers here in the U.S. But we still have a lot more viewing time that we would like to earn with incredible service and incredible content," he said. Source: Variety View the full article
  11. The presidential oath was administered by the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court John Roberts
  12. Cole Sprouse is not in favour of reboots in general and believes that it is "tricky" to do so
  13. The stock exchange would not show a positive trend if NAB was creating problems, retired Justice Javed Iqbal says
  14. If you're someone who prefers a cleanshaven look over the fully-grown beard, then we reckon that shaving takes the most amount of time during your morning grooming routine. But for a process that takes so long, it's always annoying to see red marks over your face in the aftermath. © iStock If you want to avoid aftershave rashes and ingrown hair, you need a few tweaks in your grooming routine. But What Are Ingrown Hair?Ingrown hair can pop-up anywhere on your body but are prevalent in areas where you shave regularly. An ingrown hair is defined by a hair follicle that grows into the skin instead of upwards. It occurs when you shave, which can irritate the skin. © iStock Why Do We Spot Ingrown Hair?Ingrown hairs usually occur when you shave against the direction the hair grows towards. Other reasons include skin prone to acne and abnormal release from the sebaceous glands. Whilst shaving, if the blade slices the hair at a wrong angle, it pokes through the skin and grows backward. How To Prevent Ingrown Hairs1. Try an electric shaver that has a foil cover over the blades. This keeps the blades from cutting the hair unevenly preventing ingrown hair. © iStock 2. Shave after a shower to get a close shave sans ingrown hair. The hot water and the subsequent steam will make your hair follicles softer and easier to cut. 3. Wash your face and use a scrub weekly which helps fix the existing ingrown hair and helps even out the skin. © iStock 4. Use an applicator foam or gel-based shaving supplement. This product acts as a skin barrier to help protect against sharp blades' impact on the skin. Ingrown hairs are particularly prevalent in the neck region where the uneven surface makes it difficult to shave smoothly. An easy solution is to whip the shaving cream and applying it in a circular motion to lift the hair up. 5. Replace the blades regularly as soon as you feel they're losing their grip or start to get old. As a rule of thumb, change your blades every five to seven shaves. View the full article
  15. 2020, so far, has been the weirdest year that we've lived in terms of everything. And it looks like 2021 is living up to the challenge in terms of the bizarreness, in a good way, of course. In terms of varying fashion and grooming trends, now that we've all started stepping out more often, people want to clearly experiment more with their personal style than ever before. © Twitter/Monkey Tail Beard FC In this weeks' bizarre trends, we have the eye-brow raising, the viral trend of the monkey tail beard. We've noticed that men across different social media platforms are using their accounts to share the new style that they've mastered. They're proudly posting selfies of their face with the unconventional beard style. View this post on Instagram As the name suggests, the monkey tail beard momics the tail of a monkey when the beard is styled. It is shaped in a way that beard growth looks like a big swirly eddy. Besides the monkey tail beard, this beards is also known as the cat tail beard, it's definitely unconventional and weird-looking, but who knew it would gain a sizeable following on social media. The trend first started back in September 2019 when MLB star baseball player Mike Fiers, the pitcher of the Oakland Athletics, pulled off the bizarre beard, although he was mocked at by his fellow teammates. Here's what it looked like: View this post on Instagram If you wanted to try this bizarre beard style at home, it can be best described as beard growth that starts at one of the sideburns on the face, then it swiftly runs down the jawline, the beard growth then loops around the mouth in an angular fashion, and lastly, rests above the lip where the beard finally ends. It is as weird as beard trends can come. In fact, many people are now taking inspiration, and showing their version of the monkey tail beard on social media. View this post on Instagram When it comes to bizarre beard and moustache styles, in general, there are varying ones to choose from, in fact, some of them have recently made rounds on the internet. These include the Hungarian moustache, the pornstache, the chin strap, circular beard, or maybe even a pair of so-called mutton chops if you’re feeling adventurous. © Twitter/Monkey Tail Beard FC But, this year, this is definitely the collect trend around. View this post on Instagram While usually, people might say that don't try this at home, tell us if this article convinced you to try this style out. View the full article
  16. Rizwan Ahmed popularly known as Riz MC, is a 38-year-old British Pakistani actor, rapper, and activist. He's been the recipient of the Primetime Emmy Award and has also been nominated for a Golden Globe and three British Independent Film Awards. Initially, he did films like The Road to Guantanamo, Shifty, Four Lions, Trishna, Ill Manors, and The Reluctant Fundamentalist, and moreover, he's also known for shows like Britz, and Dead Set. © Instagram/Riz Ahmed His breakout role in the film Sound of Metal, follows the life of a heavy-metal drummer's life that is thrown for a toss when he begins to lose his hearing. Riz had to learn both sign language and drumming at the same time to prep for the role which he pulled off brilliantly in the film. © Instagram/Riz Ahmed When it comes to his prolific career as a rapper, as a member of the Swet Shop Boys, he has earned critical acclaim with his albums Microscope and Cashmere, and also is more popularly known for his entry in the Billboard 200 chart with his Hamilton Mixtape, the song that got featured was Immigrants (We Get the Job Done). This hit single went on to win at the MTV Video Music Awards. Through his verse, he also talks about the ongoing socio-political context. As an activist, he has raised funds for Rohingya and Syrian refugee children, and advocated representation at the House of Commons. © Instagram/Riz Ahmed With his recent projects like the film Mogul Mowgli, he co-wrote and co-produced the script. In the film, Ahmed plays a rapper who is suffering from an autoimmune disease. Next, his album The Long Goodbye expounds on a metaphor and a situation where he has broken up with by a racist, xenophobic Britain. Currently, he’s in the midst of shooting for his next project, Invasion, a sci-fi thriller that co-stars Octavia Spencer. Besides, his thriving career in the music and film industry, he's also known for his impeccable style. Case in point: 1. He cleans up well at award shows, clearly. View this post on Instagram 2. He knows how to layer-up a bomber jacket. View this post on Instagram3. He can even make solid colours look great. View this post on Instagram 4. He's also a low-key sneakerhead. View this post on Instagram 5. Here's how to make a classic Winter ensemble look rad. View this post on Instagram View the full article
  17. A Lahore textile trader managed to convince NAB's General Amjad that he could help Pakistan bring back ?looted wealth? from overseas
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