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  1. Diljit Dosanjh's wax statue was just unveiled at the Madame Tussauds museum in New Delhi. While the statue was all set to be unveiled on February 28th, Diljit waited for a month as a mark of respect for the Pulwama terror attack victims. © Instagram/diljitdosanjh The statue features an ultra fashionable avatar of Diljit, Gucci-ed up top to bottom, but what we simply can't help but fixate on, is the accuracy with which they have fashioned his favourite accessory - an indispensable part of the outfit. © Instagram/diljitdosanjh We are talking about the Gucci Dapper Dan necklace, worth a whopping Rs 2.4 lakhs, that Diljit wears all the time. © Instagram/diljitdosanjh © Instagram/diljitdosanjh © Lyst He has worn the necklace with a number of outfits and carries it off like there's no tomorrow. Clearly, he is just as enamoured by the apt addition as we are. © Instagram/diljitdosanjh This is one of the best renditions of a Bollywood celebrity when it comes to a wax statue, tbh. Congratulations, Diljit. To many more for the future!
  2. This year clearly belongs to biopics. With so many already released in this quarter, the much awaited biopic on everyone's beloved PM Modi is already in the pipeline and is being shot. Actor Vivek Oberoi is coming back after a long hiatus and will be playing the titular role himself. While the news created a lot of buzz because Modi Ji's life story is something everyone wants to watch, many were divided on the choice of the actor. Vivek Oberoi shared his nine different looks which he will portray in the biopic and social media cannot fathom how he looks like Modi Ji at all. Vivek Anand Oberoi's different looks in the biopic #PMNarendraModi... Directed by Omung Kumar... Produced by Sandip Ssingh, Suresh Oberoi and Anand Pandit... 12 April 2019 release. pic.twitter.com/lkIMrbBhJT — taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) March 18, 2019 Looks more like Suresh Oberoi Biopic. — HJSSINGHAM (@HJSSINGHAM) March 18, 2019 Ek bhi look match nhi ho rha hain..... — Manish Singh (@Manish6_singh) March 18, 2019 Na yeh modi dekh raha h na yeh vivek oberoi dekh raha h. Total mess. — Haroon Amin/ÛارÙ٠اÙÛÙ (@haroonamin17) March 18, 2019 While many people are annoyed wondering what angle makes him look like Modi Ji, many feel it's just another stunt for the elections. @RGVzoomin this would be helpul for you to counter attack the censor board, right before elections — BeTheChange (@WizardChoice) March 18, 2019 Does it align with election commission's directives? — sourabh g (@sourabhgdg) March 18, 2019 Movir releasing on the day of election. ðð Election campaign is ON. ðð»ð¤ð»ð — Ananya Shekhawat (@Ananya18531677) March 18, 2019 Also, many feel they only want Paresh Rawal to essay this role. He doesn't look like Modi ji.... I think paresh rawal is the best for this role but see what will the impact of story — Chowkidar Akanshaðð®ð³ (@Akansha2380) March 18, 2019 Paresh Rawal should have played the role. — HJSSINGHAM (@HJSSINGHAM) March 18, 2019 ðððð ye casting director kaun tha ......koi agar kah de ye modi jaisa dikh raha hai ð¤£ð¤£ — विà¤à¤¾à¤¸ वरà¥à¤®à¤¾ (@Traveller_Vikas) March 18, 2019 What do you think, given the fact that maybe the looks probably don't match but we still don't have a trailer of the movie to judge the performance of Vivek Oberoi? The guy is a good actor, so let's hope he's done a fine job. Don't know about 'acche din' but a Modi Ji biopic is releasing on 12th April.
  3. After weeks of teasers, Tesla has finally shown the public its new Model Y crossover vehicle at the Tesla Design Studio in Hawthorne, California. The vehicle is based on the core design of the Model 3 sedan, but with a larger body, and a third row, for seating for up to 7 people. It's technically a crossover that has a tall body sitting on a basic car platform. Elon Musk had previously confirmed that Tesla's baby SUV will share up to 75 percent of its components with the recently-launched Model 3 saloon, including the platform. © Tesla “It has the functionality of an SUV, but it will ride like a sports car,” Musk said. “So this thing will be really tight on corners,” Tesla says it has a drag coefficient of 0.23, making it more streamlined than a Toyota Prius. This, in turn, helps in increasing efficiency. Musk devoted only five minutes of his 34-minute presentation to the new SUV. He spent the rest of the time recounting Tesla's rise and recent history. © Twitter / @sokane1 Most of the Model Y's interior is lifted from Model 3. Features include a minimalist dashboard devoid of physical buttons, a panoramic glass roof, a wireless smartphone charger, and an enormous 15-inch centre-mounted infotainment screen. The popular "Falcon Wing" doors of the Model X have been skipped though, our guess is to keep costs low. The base Model Y ("Standard Range") starts at US$ 39,000 (Rs 26,95,000), accelerates from zero to 60 mph in 5.9 seconds, and can travel 230 miles (370 km) on a single charge. It will be the last version available, starting deliveries in spring 2021. © Tesla The Long Range model starts at US$ 47,000 (Rs 32,48,000) and can go up to 300 miles (482 km) on a single charge. The Dual Motor AWD variant will cost US$ 51,000 (Rs 35,24,000) and travel 280 miles (450 km). Lastly, the Performance option starts at US$ 60,000 (Rs 41,46,000) and can go from zero to 60 mph in 3.5 seconds with a range of 280 miles (450 km). Delivery of the three shall start from the fall of 2020. © Tesla Customers increasingly want taller vehicles that are easier to get in and out of and offer flexible storage. The Model Y gets a panoramic sunroof, 66 cubic feet of storage space and a third row for seating up to seven passengers. Musk also expects the car to get a 5-star crash rating and high safety marks, making it the safest mid-sized SUV till date. According to Tesla, the Model Y is compatible with the company's current Supercharger network of more than 12,000 Superchargers in 36 countries, as well as our new V3 Superchargers which can charge at rates up to 1,000 miles per hour.
  4. MWC (Mobile World Congress) is in full swing right now and more than 1,00,000 telecom excutives, engineers, and enthusiasts are attending the trade show. While 5G technology has been making progress over the years and is expected to arrive soon, foldable phones have grabbed everyone's attention this year. Every phone maker is keen on releasing a phone with "foldable" or "bendable" display. With all the foldable phones launching left and right, this month has been a lively one for smartphones. For years we've heard Samsung tease its work on bendable displays, and are finally seeing it fructify. Here's a list of all the cool foldable phones announced this year at MWC. 1. Samsung Galaxy Fold © Samsung The Galaxy Fold literally folds in half like a book to use as a phone with a 4.6in screen on the outside, and unfolds to reveal a large 7.3in screen to use as a tablet on the inside. It comes with 12GB RAM and 512GB storage, along with six cameras: three on the back, two on the big screen and one on the front screen for selfies when the phone is closed. The Fold has a powerful and smooth hinge with hidden gears, a split battery and a new software system called app continuity that switches between the screen as you open the phone. The new device will be released on 26th April in the US and 3rd May in Europe, after nearly a decade in the making. It comes with a price tag of US$ 1,890 (Rs 1,34,000) and is a crucial product for Samsung as it tries to maintain its supremacy. 2. Huawei Mate X © BCCL Following Samsung's lead, Huawei unveiled its ultra-premium folding screen phone and enthusiasts can't stop admiring its design. It has a flexible OLED display that covers both the front and back of the device and which unfolds outwards to become an eight-inch tablet screen. Huawei's Mate X has just one screen on the outside. It features a fingerprint scanner for authentication, 8GB of RAM, and 512GB of storage. The large battery is capable of charging at 55W and Huawei calls this SuperCharge technology. The company claims it is the world's fastest 5G foldable phone and that its position as an equipment manufacturer gives it an advantage. The phone has been priced at US$ 2,299 (Rs 1,63,000) and will be available later this year. 3. OPPO Foldable Phone © OPPO While Samsung and Huawei have announced they'll be mass producing the phone soon, OPPO is taking a step back and analysing the market response. For now, the company hasn't even named it and it's still technically a concept. We've already seen multiple patents suggesting OPPO has enough research and development in place to actually launch a phone when needed. The company did show off a few pictures of the concept and it looks very identical to Huawei's Mate X. The design language is similar and we expect OPPO to add its own set of unique offerings. The brand has been making great strides in mobile camera technology, and we'd love to see a photography centric foldable phone from them. 4. Nubia Alpha © Nubia This is a combination of a watch and a phone, and Nubia likes to call it the world's first foldable wearable. It sports a 4-inch 960x192 OLED screen, has 1GB RAM, and 8GB internal storage. The battery is sufficient enough to last a day or two. It supports all standard smartwatch features like activity tracking, sleep sense, and heart rate sensor. Adding to this, it has an eSIM that can be used for calls, text, and data on the go. The OS is custom built on Android and supports voice controls, air gestures, and other intuitive controls. It retails for €549 (Rs 44,000) and will be available from the third quarter of this year. 5. TCL Displays © TCL TCL has a licence for making BlackBerry and Alcatel branded phones, and it has shown off a host of bendable displays that are cheaper to make and could be a part of many upcoming phones. The company is calling its folding mechanism "DragonHinge" and is being secretive about the working or construction. The DragonHinge helps in bridging the two screens together to create a foldable phone, and it's paired with flexible AMOLED displays from TCL's sister company, CSOT. With its technology, TCL wants to bring down the cost of making a foldable phone since both Samsung and Huawei cost a couple thousand dollar.
  5. Smart shoes are going to be the next big thing in smart wearables and Nike unveiled the Adapt BB, a shoe that can lace itself and can be controlled via an app. It's called the Adapt BB and can be used to track activity and even customisation. It connects with the Nike Adapt app on smartphones which can be used to control the shoe for different types of fitting. © Nike The app enables the wearer to customise the fit of the shoe by tightening and loosening it up giving it a true custom fit for a user. The smart shoe is an extension of Nike's HyperAdapt 1.0 show which was the company's first multipurpose performance shoe. © Nike Nike details in its press note on how the smart features can be used: “We picked basketball as the first sport for Nike Adapt intentionally because of the demands that athletes put on their shoes. During a normal basketball game the athlete's foot changes and the ability to quickly change your fit by loosening your shoe to increase blood flow and then tighten again for performance is a key element that we believe will improve the athlete's experience,” says Eric Avar, Nike VP Creative Director of Innovation. How Does It Work? When one slips in their foot, the Nike Adapt BB's custom motor and great senses the amount of tension that's needed by the foot. It then tightens itself and adjust the fit according to the foot of the user. Even though these kicks don't use traditional laces, it sort of laces itself for the user. Nike says “the tensile strength of the underfoot lacing is able to pull 32 pounds of force (roughly equal to that of a standard parachute cord) to secure the foot throughout a range of movement.” © Nike Users can then adjust the shoe according to their own preference depending on what activity they will be performing. For example, a player can loosen up the show either manually or from the app while relaxing during a break. Before re-entering the court, a user can tighten up the fit according to his/her preference. The technology on the shoe can also be updated via firmware upgrades on the app and in theory upgrade its capabilities. The Nike Adapt BB will cost $350 (Rs 25,000 approx), which is quite reasonable as previous iterations cost upwards of $700. The smart shoe is expected to launch next month and its India pricing and availability details are yet to be announced.
  6. The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is a wonderful time, where new technologies, gadgets and now flying taxis are unveiled at the annual tech conference. This is Bell's Nexus, a hybrid-electric propulsion flying taxi that can take off and land vertically. It uses six tilting ducted fans to take off and can be used from a rooftop or a launchpad. The best part is that one can hail this flying taxi from Uber's aerial service very soon. © Bell Helicopter "As space at the ground level becomes limited, we must solve transportation challenges in the vertical dimension -- and that's where Bell's on-demand mobility vision takes hold," Bell CEO Mitch Snyder said in a statement. "The industry has anticipated the reveal of our air taxi for some time, so Bell is very proud of this moment. We believe the design, taken with our strategic approach to building this infrastructure, will lead to the successful deployment of the Bell Nexus to the world,” he added. © Bell Helicopter Bell is one of the first aircraft manufacturers that is teaming up with Uber to provide flying taxis and has a plan to create a network of city-based flying taxis. At CES this week Bell showed off its first scaled concept and is aiming to have them in operation by the “mid-2020s,” said Scott Drennan, in an interview with The Verge. “This is not a toy,” Drennan told The Verge. “This is an aircraft you would feel safe and comfortable bringing your family into.” The Verge also reports that Bell won't have a working prototype until closer to its official launch. Source: The Verge
  7. The future of news presentation is here, and the Chinese were the first in the entire world to witness it. Earlier this week, Xinhua News Agency in China presented the media industry with its newest members - AI news readers who promise to “tirelessly” bring latest news reports all throughout the, from any part of the country. Viewers in China were greeted with an English Artificial Intelligence anchor, modelled on a real news anchor working with Xinhua News Agency named Zhang Zhao. The AI news presenter looked very real and “human-like” in a koala cub grey suit, as he frequently nodded at the screen and blinked every few seconds just like a normal human being. World's first #AI news anchor debuts, jointly developed by Xinhua and Chinese search engine company https://t.co/34tyZ4nwrg. https://t.co/2omcc5K9rB pic.twitter.com/qXn5Z3ZkxL — China Xinhua News (@XHNews) November 8, 2018 The AI anchor was heard saying how the development in the media industry calls for “continuous innovation” and “integration of international advanced technology” for better and improved reportage. The AI anchor was also be seen declaring that he would “work tirelessly to keep the viewers informed” at all times. He also said that he looks forward to “bringing brand new news experiences” to his audience. © YouTube According to The Guardian, the AI presenters have been developed by Xinhua and the Chinese search engine, Sogou. The AI presenters use machine learning to simulate the voice, facial movements, and gestures of real-life broadcasters. That seems like a huge achievement in the field of media and technology alike. With the possibility of reporting 24x7 from various locations at a time, would not only save a lot of manpower but also ensure that the latest news and updates are continuously relayed to the viewers. Is this how the future of media “looks” like?
  8. Samsung showed off a brand new concept phone that has a foldable screen and closes just like a book. Samsung plans to shake up the smartphone business with a new smartphone in an already saturated market. Samsung hosted a conference for software developers in San Francisco and the company showed off the Infinity Flex Display. The company also showed off a new software that would run on the smartphone/tablet. © YouTube Samsung did not detail whether the smartphone will go on sale anytime soon or how much it will cost. Samsung only showed off the display of the smartphone and didn't give a clear look at the body of the smartphone. Having said that, the smartphone looks like a normal smartphone when folded and opens up like a book to transform into a 7.3-inch display. It will be the largest smartphone screen ever released and is big enough to run three apps side by side. According to Samsung, the screen can be folded thousands of time and the company is also looking into a screen that rolls and stretches. When folded, the display will be 4.85-inches in size and have an aspect ratio of 21:9 and resolution of 840x1,960 pixels. As a tablet, the 7.3-inch Main Display will have a 4.2:3 aspect ratio with 1,536x2,152 pixel resolution. When unfolded the Cover Display automatically turns off. © YouTube Samsung will be releasing a simulator for developers to develop and test apps for the upcoming smartphone. The South-Korean giant is working with Google and Android to deliver a software experience that will power the smartphone.
  9. Amazon has been trying to integrate Alexa in almost every other gadget. Starting with phones, the company has not only integrated it into its Fire HD line of tablets but also third-party mobile phones. It took it a step further by launching the Echo line of smart speakers. Amazon's designs on smart home domination and beyond is nothing new and is no different from Apple, Google, or Samsung. © Twitter / Robotodd The key difference here is, Apple makes products for the premium segment of the market, while Amazon is targeting every one of us. Amazon has unveiled a torrent of new products and this now includes a smart Microwave. This marks the start of the company's journey in making everything smart, or let's say smarter. © Amazon The integration of voice controls into nearly any household item you can think of underscores Amazon's ambitions to own the voice and the digital command industry, that is expected to boom in the coming few years. Why deal with the settings and menu's when you can simply command, and the system will understand? In addition to a microwave, Amazon has also announced an Alexa enabled wall clock. These appliances are basically speaker-less Echo devices that connect with speakers made by other manufacturers including Bose. Creating a bigger universe of Alexa-powered products is an increasingly important goal for Amazon. © Twitter / Robotodd Coming back to the microwave, it shall start shipping from November, and the user can give commands like “Alexa, reheat my coffee,” or “Alexa, defrost a potato,”. Like we've said earlier, the company wants to have market domination right now and is targeting every kind of user, hence the price has been kept under check, at US$ 59.99 (Rs 4,300). One thing you need to keep in mind is, Alexa isn't built into the microwave. So, for the hands-free control, you'll need a compatible Echo speaker paired to the microwave. Amazon has taken this a step further by integrating an automatic reordering system. This way, when you're running low on popcorn, the company's Dash Replenishment technology will kick in and order a new batch for you. © Amazon Amazon also unveiled Echo Auto that can turn on the lights in your house automatically, the moment you pull into your driveway. It's just a small device you can keep on your car's dashboard and it will act like an extension to your remote operated garage door.
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