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Galaxy Note 8: The good and bad about Samsung’s premier Android flagship

The Galaxy Note 8 was released in India at the price of Rs 67,900 Note 8 is the successor to the unfortunate 7th note that literally crushed and burned at the launch and caused a lot of damage to Samsung’s reputation. Does Note 8 have what it takes to isolate the reputation of Note 7? On paper, the smartphone looks like an absolute beast with high-end specs, a huge OLED display, a superb bevelled design, an enhanced version of the Samsung S Pen icon and more. Samsung has done everything it can to ensure that Note 8 has what it takes to erase memoirs of Note 7 from people’s ideas forever.

Let’s look a little deeper and look at the five main features that make Note 8 a phone to consider. And to be fair, let’s also talk about three ways that the smartphone could have been better: we can not deny that Samsung is behind in the two-camera game. However, according to the saying, it is better late than never. The note is Samsung’s first smartphone to offer a two-camera configuration in the back and the company added some tricks to remedy the lost time. Note 8 is the world’s first smartphone in which the primary and secondary sensors are optically stabilized.

This means that the images of both sensors must be sharp and sharp in most lighting conditions. The dual camera network consists of a 12-megapixel wide-angle lens with a f / 1.7 aperture and a 12-megapixel secondary telephoto lens with an f / 2.4 aperture that allows for a 2x optical zoom. This is a dual camera application similar to that found on the iPhone 7 Plus and OnePlus 5. Both sensors also allow for capturing images with bokeh shots. Now note 8 comes with a “Live Focus Function” that allows you to adjust the depth of field during shooting preview or after taking the picture.

The last lap of note 8 is called ‘Dual Capture’, which allows you to take an image using the wide angle and telephoto lens simultaneously. You can simply choose the photo you want after pulling the image. The Galaxy Note 8 is powered by the Exnans 8895 octa-core processor 10nm associated with 6GB of RAM and the Mali G71 GPU. In addition, the smartphone has 64GB of internal storage that can be developed through a microSD card (up to 256 GB). In the US, the smartphone is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor found on most end-point smartphones and is probably one of the best Android processors out there.

On the front of the software, the smartphone runs on Android 7.1.1 nougat with Samsung’s Grace UX on top. The Galaxy Note 8 supports Bluetooth 5.0, which guarantees twice the speed of data transfer and up to four times the size of its predecessor (Bluetooth 4.2), as well as the ability to connect two sets of wireless devices. Note 8 also comes with a USB Type C port for loading and transferring data, as well as a 3.5mm jack connector, which is becoming rarer in today’s headlamps. Samsung also equipped Note 8 with an iris scanner, a feature that was first introduced in “too hot to handle” Galaxy Note 7. It allows you to unlock your smartphone with your eyes. With an iris scanner, Note 8 also comes with a fingerprint scanner and facial recognition.

The Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus are absolutely gorgeous smartphones that contain stunning designs without glasses. It will not be insignificant to say that these two phones absolutely shook the smartphone market in design and ushered in a new era of bevelled phones. The Galaxy Note 8 is as amazing and elegant as the S8 and S8 Plus. It comes with the same “Infinity” screen from edge to edge and inadvertently also looks great. While the display has the same 18: 9 aspect ratio, at 6.3 inches, it is slightly larger than the panel found on the S8 Plus (6.2 inches). Note 8 is cut into glass (also Drum Corning Gorilla Glass 5 for hardness) and metal. The center piece of metal that connects the front and back is polished to give the impression that the whole smart phone is a continuous sheet of glass.

“The Galaxy Note 8 is as amazing and elegant as the S8 and S8 Plus. It comes with the same “Infinity” screen from edge to edge and inadvertently looks great too”

While the dream of a smartphone totally free of glasses with only one window is still far away, Note 8 comes close to helping science fiction fans like me feel good. The smartphone has a screen-to-body ratio of 83 percent – which means there’s almost (with almost the keyword) no glasses to talk about. the end result – a phone that looks extremely futuristic. Although note 8 looks strikingly similar to the S8 and S8 Plus, there are some differences here and there. The most important of these is that note 8 is not so curvy: the smartphone looks much safer and square.

While some may lose on the hand, they feel that the rounded corners of the S8 and the curved shape provide, I personally believe the locked design looks more industrial and solid. Like the S8 and S8 Plus, note 8 is also dust and water resistant IP68. There are some reservations with the design, such as the weight and shameful and embarrassing location of the fingerprint scanner, which we will discuss later in the article. Samsung has always been known for making AMOLED stellar displays with excellent contrast, deep blacks and pointed colors. And Note 8 is no exception.

The smartphone comes with a 6.3-inch Super AMOLED display with a resolution of 2960 x 1440 and an aspect ratio of 18: 9. Note 8 has the same “Infinity” view seen on Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus – which means a panel from edge to edge with almost no glasses to speak. What does this mean in real life? Well, Samsung was able to drive a 6.3-inch panel into a body that was about the same size as the Galaxy Note 7, which had a 5.7-inch screen. Note the best score of Mate in note 8, with an A + score. The QuadHD + screen also has a few tricks on its sleeve – it comes with the always available Samsung function and HDR support.

When the original note of the galaxy was released, many critics have ridiculed Samsung to include a Stylus in a world that was changed to capacitive touch screens. However, many people had to eat a humble pie as the S Pen turned out to be one of the most popular and user-friendly features of note 8. With note 8, Samsung further enhanced S pen capacities. The new S-Pen has a peak of 0.7 mm and a pressure sensitivity of 4.096 to mimic the experience of using a real pen. There are a number of new features – you can now observe notes without even turning on the screen. The screen saver feature allows you to erase up to 100 pages of notes without having to do the arduous task of activating the screen and unlocking your phone.

You can also tweak these notes in note 8 always shown from where they can be changed at will. There is also another feature on offer called Live Messages through which you can send messages to people you know creatively. Why simply irritate people by sending emoluments or messages? Now you can draw or write anything, then the phone will cheer you up and add effects like sparks. Playing aside is a great way to celebrate an occasion such as a birthday or anniversary and send messages to your family or loved ones. These messages can be sent to anyone as a regular GIF without the need for a specialized messaging application.

Ease of doing business: Approvals simpler for start-ups than older firms

A production start-up of 83.6 days on average was required to obtain land, 58.7 days for construction permits, 44 days for an electrical connection and 30.2 days for a water connection, that the company faced a average 33.6 hours of electricity shortage and 33 hours of water shortages per month, found the first “Ease of Doing Business Report” compiled by NITI Aayog, the government’s expert group and the IDFC Institute, a a public policy think tank based in Mumbai. “If India is going to enter the” double digit “economic growth club, it will be clearly necessary to rationalize and improve the business environment,” the report said.

The survey, which included both start-ups (start-ups during or after 2014) and older companies, found that the process of obtaining approvals was easier for start-ups, setting up a business has become faster in recent years According to the report, it took 83.6 days on average to start getting land compared to the 118.3 days when companies were created before 2014. It took 58.7 days to obtain construction permits, and 75.5 days to not start, the survey revealed.

In comparison, it took 18.5 days to start a new business and 79 days to process construction permits in Kuala Lumpur, the capital of Malaysia, according to the World Bank’s Doing Business report of 2017 (Note: NITI research Aayog investigations and the World Bank are not comparable because they both use different methodologies.) This NITI Aayog survey-based survey of 3,276 manufacturing companies in the formal sector, including 141 start-ups in 23 manufacturing categories conducted by Kantar-IMRB, a market research agency in 2016. The survey covered all states and territories of the union, except Arunachal Pradesh, Mizoram, Lakshadweep and Andaman and Nicobar.

The survey also included interviews with lawyers, accountants and company secretaries in several states, and had a much broader scope than doing World Bank business surveys, which focus only on Delhi and Mumbai. Start-up required fewer days for most approvals, such as land allocation, building permits, and obtaining a water, electricity or sewer connection, but for longer periods of time to achieve environmental protection environment to obtain the research. The shorter approval time can be explained in part by the fact that most start-ups were in high-growth states, where approvals are faster than the rest of the country.

However, approvals were faster for start-ups than older companies in other states, according to the survey, suggesting that, in general, the founding time of a business declined. “Businesses in high-growth states are much less likely to report large or very serious barriers to land and building approvals, environmental approvals, and the availability of water and sanitation compared to companies located in low-growth states” , the report said. High-growth states are those with growth rates that are higher than or equal to the average growth rate between 2004-05 and 2013-14.

Companies in high-growth countries report a 25 percent less electricity shortage in a typical month compared to companies in low-growth states. Firms with more than 100 employees also took much longer, reported higher costs for required approvals, and were more likely to complain that regulatory barriers hindered firms than small businesses with fewer than 10 employees. This indicates that it remains very difficult for companies to increase or grow, according to the report, and could explain why companies in India are very small, with 98.6% of non-agricultural establishments employing fewer than 10 workers, according to the latest economic census of 2013-2014.

One of the “surprising” results, according to the report, was the low level of awareness among companies regarding single-state cut-and-fill systems established by governments. “On average, only about 20% of new companies, which are of recent origin, reported using one-stop shops to establish a business,” the report said.Less than half (41%) of the experts knew the existence of these facilities. The time needed to resolve legal disputes varies considerably from one or two to the other, according to the survey. The average time for a case was 598 days or 1.6 years in the civil court, while the average time for which a case was still pending was 1,304 days or 3.6 years. The survey also found that the largest source of financing for a company comes from savings saved by the company (35%), followed by bank loans (32%) and personal savings (25%).

Modi govt plays politics of polarisation: Rahul Gandhi’s speech at Berkeley

Congressional Vice President Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday criticized Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s economic policies, accusing him of causing “considerable damage” to the Indian economy with “reckless and dangerous” decisions such as demonization and “GST.Gandhi,” 47 came yesterday on a two-week tour, addressing students at the University of California at Berkeley to reflect on contemporary India and the road to greater democracy in the world.

He said the decision to demonize November 8 was made without asking the chief economic adviser and parliament, which caused tremendous damage to the economy. The appellation, he claimed, imposed a devastating cost on India. “Ignoring the enormous institutional knowledge of India and making such decisions is unwise and dangerous,” he said. He said that 30,000 new young people joined the labor market every day and that the government created only 500 jobs a day.

“This does not include the mass of young people who are already employed,” he said. “The decline in economic growth today is causing a resurgence of anger in the country.” The demonetization of the government’s economic policies and the hasty implementation of the GST have caused tremendous damage. “The goods and services tax, a tax system that combines all the states of India and the territories of the Union in a market unique, was launched at midnight on June 30. Gandhi also accused the government of erasing millions by demonetizing.

“Millions of small businesses have simply been eliminated as a result of demonization, farmers and many of them using money have been severely affected. Agriculture is in deep anguish and farmers’ suicides have skyrocketed across the country “. Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said the benefits of demonetization were on the lines expected and that the economy would benefit in the medium and long term. Jackley’s comments came after the Reserve Bank of India declared that 99% of the demonetized currency returned to the system.

Jaitley had also insisted that money be deposited in banks does not mean that everything is legitimate. But Gandhi described demonetization as “a completely self-inflicted injury,” which caused about 2 percent of GDP loss. India, said the leader of Congress, can not afford to grow and create jobs at the current pace. “If we continue at the current rate, if India can not give the millions of people who enter the labor market, anger will increase and risk derailing what has been built away.” This would be catastrophic for India and the world beyond, “Gandhi warned.

The vice president of Congress said that the central challenge for the country today is to create jobs. By announcing that about 12 million young people join the Indian labor market each year, almost 90 percent of them have a high school diploma or less, said Gandhi, a democratic, can not follow the Chinese model of coercion. “Unlike China, it must create jobs in a democratic environment,” he said, adding that India does not want “China’s coercive instruments.” We can not follow mass model plants controlled by a few, “Gandhi said.

Jobs in India, he said, will come from the small and medium-sized industry. India, he said, should transform a colossal number of small and medium-sized enterprises into international companies. Asserting that current attention in India is paid to the top 100 companies, he said: “It’s all aimed at them, banking systems are monopolized by them and the doors of government are always open to them.” “And the laws are shaped by them,” he added, adding that entrepreneurs who run small and medium-sized businesses are struggling to get bank loans. “They have no protection or support, small and medium enterprises are the basis of India and global innovation.

Large companies can easily handle the unpredictability of India. India, he said, has unleashed a massive process of human transformation. “The momentum is so powerful that the failure of India is no longer an option, he said,”Our success has an impact on the world,” said Gandhi, warning that this drive can be destroyed by “hatred, anger and violence.” “The policy of polarization has raised its ugly head in India,” he added, adding that liberal journalists are Shot. He reportedly referred to the murder of rights activist and journalist Gauri Lankesh.

“People are lynched because they are Dalit,” he said. “The Muslims have been killed because of the suspicion of eating meat, which is new in India and seriously damages India.” He said that the politics of hatred divided and polarized India and made millions feel that they have no future in their own country. “In today’s connected world, this is extremely dangerous,” he said. Gandhi also acknowledged that Prime Minister Narendra Modi is a better communicator than he is. “I am an opposition leader, but Mr. Modi is also my prime minister.” Mr. Modi has some skills and is a very good communicator, probably much better than me.

He understands how to give a message to three or four different groups in a crowd. So his messaging capabilities are very subtle and very effective, “said Gandhi, who answered a question about what he thinks of Modi as prime minister. What I feel is that he does not talk to the people he works with. of the BJP Parliament come to me and tell me that ‘sunte nahi hain’ (he does not listen to us), “added Gandhi, saying that Modi should talk to people who work with him. I mean, there’s a lot of information the opposition has, for example.

He is not really interested in this contribution. This is what happened. “Gandhi described Modi’s emblematic policies as” Make in India “and” Swachh Bharat “as a good idea.” About what they did right I like the concept of ‘Make in India’, but the ‘Make in India’ orientation is a bit different than what I wanted. big business and a lot of things are defensive, and my focus on “Make in India” would be small and medium-sized businesses. “Gandhi said he would like to spread space for small to medium-sized companies and Silicon Valley experts and take these small and medium-sized enterprises and turn them into global enterprises.

“Swachh Bharat is something that Mr. Modi likes, the idea of hygiene, I think, is good, and I think the kind of things they do about open defecation is not a bad thing,” said Mr. Gandhi. The president said that the impression that he was a reluctant politician was the result of the campaign against him by the other political camp. “There’s a BJP machine in a thousand kids sitting at computers that basically talk about me,” he said as the audience erupted into laughter. “They tell you I’m reluctant, I’m stupid. I tell you all these things,” he said in the middle of another laugh and applause.

“All they do is spread the abuse, and the operation is essentially run by the knight who runs our country,” Gandhi said. In response to a question, Gandhi said the country needs political reform. “Administrative reform is important, more important that the administrative report is actually political reform. Today, the real problem in India is that our political machine … They are not empowered as they should be … laws in India is made by ministers and five or six people surrounding the minister. “And until you make this process transparent and open, it will not really transform the system,” he said.

He said that legislators who should formulate policies are now more concerned about road building. “Today our MPs are not making laws, they are worried about building roads in the villages, they are being punished for not building roads in the villages, making laws, they should be empowered for what their work is.” And it is basically that it went wrong in India, “he said.

Bitcoin craze: Are cryptocurrencies a dream come true for cyber-extortionists?

When malware supports computers around the world, encrypts its data and requests a rescue to decrypt information, regular activities of governments, businesses and hospitals are blocked. Sometimes, security researchers post a fix that allows computer owners to decrypt their machines without paying, but many people are forced to pony up to free their data.

By 2016, the FBI estimated that the ransomware industry was $ 1 billion – and that’s what bureaucrats know. All this money is not paid in cash. Before digital currency existed, extortionists asked victims to send money through more formal transfer companies like Western Union or deposit deposits into bank accounts. These were easily tracked. Today, ransomware attacks require the payment in bitcoin and their systems, the systems most appreciated by the supporters for their speed of transaction and protection of the anonymity of the users.

In the pursuit of cybercrime and cybersecurity for over a decade, I have discovered that cybercrime is often the biggest challenge facing cybercriminals. In this sense, the diffusion of cryptocurrencias is a great development that allows the cybercriminals to reach their objectives. In fact, the escalation of ransomware attacks and the growing importance of cryptocurrences can be connected.

Some companies have invested in bitcoin and other cryptocurrents specifically so they can pay extortionists if this is necessary. This contributes to the rapid growth of usage and the value of electronic coins. And as digital currencies become more common, ransomware attackers will have more time to hide their illegal transactions amidst the growing multitude of legitimate transfers.

Use of cryptocurrences in cyber extortion

Extortionists behind most ransomware attacks require payments in bitcoin, the most popular cryptocurrence. WannaCry attackers demanded between $ 300 and $ 600 per computer; the Petya rinse system wanted $ 300 in bitcoins before providing a code that would allow victims to decrypt their data.Many people do not actually pay: victims of WannaCry paid only $ 241,000 in bitcoins to extortionists. If all the infected had paid, the criminals would have received at least 60 million dollars. This resulted in a payment rate of 0.4 percent. Even fewer have paid the authors of Petya: they had only 66 payments, totaling just over 4 bitcoins, or about $ 18,200.

Other attacks are more successful: in June, a ransomware attack hit more than 150 servers belonging to the South Korean company Nayana receiving from the web. More than 3,400 of the company’s customers were affected – especially small businesses that operate their websites on Nayana teams. Nayana himself stepped up his efforts, taking loans to cover a payment of more than $ 1 million in bitcoins to the attackers, claiming to back up their clients’ sites.

Attackers do not always need to earn a lot of money to be effective. Many cyber security researchers believe that the Petya attacks were carried out politically rather than financially. But ransomware has a much higher pay rate than other common cybercrimes. One study found that for every 12.5 million emails sent in promoting a fake online pharmacy, scammers received only one answer. This is a success rate of approximately 0.000008 percent. They make a lot of money – up to $ 3.5 million a year – just by sending a large number of messages.

Trusting Cyberthemes?

One of the reasons cybercrime success rates are low is that victims do not trust extortionists to unlock their data once they are paid. By 2016, about a quarter of organizations that have paid redemptions have been unable to recover their data.

WannaCry’s attackers were particularly bad: their system required a lot of manpower, forcing criminals to manually connect payments with encrypted files before allowing victims to decrypt them. In fact, a flaw in the WannaCry attack software made it nearly impossible to decipher the victim’s data.

We could have managed liquidity better, says Raghuram Rajan

Former Reserve Bank governor of India (RBI) Raghuram Rajan said that in retrospect it seemed that the central bank under his government could have handled liquidity in the banking system in some improved ways.

Rajan, however, added that, once the problem of liquidity shortage was rejected by the data, the central bank acted quickly to recoup the situation.

“There is a place where we did not recognize that liquidity was recovering in the system,” he said, adding that “once I saw it in the data, we made a decision very quickly to move towards neutrality, but that is something that should have seen before “.

He was answering a question if he wanted something different in retreat during his three-year term as governor of the RBI.

In an interview with PTI, he said he wished he acted a few months in advance to ease the liquidity situation.

“We were operating from a liquidity deficit system, so the RBI was still working, but it did not work well in this environment.

Having recognized that probably a little later than we would have recognized, we transferred it to a position of neutral liquidity. So this is where I think I can see it happening a few months earlier, “he said.

During the second half of 2015-16, there was a strict liquidity situation in the banking system and was addressed in the policy of April 2016. As a result, banks delayed the monetary policy to customers.

At one point, Bharatiya Janata MP MP Subramanian Swamy accused him of being “mentally not totally Indian” and that his inflationary monetary policy was sweltering growth.

When asked if he wanted to comment on Swamy’s comments against him, Rajan said, “No. I think some problems are not best commented on.

I think as soon as you start to solve these problems, you give it more weight than it deserves, “he said.

(Only the title and image of this report may have been reworked by Business Standard staff, with the rest of the content automatically generated from a syndicated feed).

How ‘Internet of Things’ will change the world as we know it

A few decades ago, the idea of talking to an audio speaker to control the house lights or the air conditioner would have seemed ridiculous. Today, smart appliances, Internet-driven things, are a reality that most of us know. People are starting to see the benefits of the growing number of connected devices and smart wizards in their homes. The rapid development of technology in recent years has led us to the point where connected peripherals and machine-to-machine communication are the key to a more advanced, sustainable and intelligent future.

The Internet of Things (IoT) was invented by British pioneer Kevin Ashton in 1999 to describe a network through which physical objects could connect to the Internet through sensors. At that point, Ashton probably had an idea of the size of the IoT space. Analysts estimate that the installed base of IoT devices should be more than 23 billion units by 2021, while others believe that IoT applications could have a total economic impact of up to $ 11 billion a year, here 2025 India is not too far away in the IoT race. Deloitte predicted that by 2020, IOT units in India would increase by 31 times to about $ 1.9 billion, with a market value of about $ 9 billion. IoT is the key to significant growth in business and new opportunities for the technology sector in both the Indian market and the global market.

There is no doubt that the IOT has a profound impact on the social and even environmental future of the world as we know it. From smart cities to driverless cars and smart factories, and smart homes, the Internet of Things will be everywhere. India, with its rapid reach of mobile telephony, has the potential to take advantage of IOT in all areas to improve the quality of life, increase productivity and automate the simple tasks of our daily lives. Although IoT consumer adoption in the country may take some time, the Indian Government is investing to accelerate and take advantage of IoT’s benefits in areas such as smart cities, sustainability and water quality, environment, health, waste management, agriculture and manufacturing. IoT technology is used to create intelligent lighting systems that are able to detect ambient light and turn on or off accordingly or recognize when people or vehicles are nearby and ignite only when they approach. IoT sensors help municipal authorities monitor water use and waste accurately by identifying pipeline or faulty system leaks and even contributing to more efficient disposal of waste through intelligent waste treatment and smart waste systems. Smart trash cans can alert pickup workers when the can is full, so they can better plan their routes, without stopping in empty containers, saving a lot of time and effort, money. India is also testing IoT-based irrigation systems for more efficient use of water, for example, using hundreds of sensors to measure soil water content or monitoring the climate to adjust watering water when expected rain, extreme heat or strong winds.

As more and more devices are connected in the IoT ecosystem, there will be more and more amounts of data generated by each device and each sensor reading. If analyzed correctly and in real time, this data can generate a wealth of useful information that can help solve problems when they occur, better understand cause and effect relationships and greatly improve processes and efficiency. The challenge is to effectively analyze large amounts of unstructured data. In response, IoT devices get higher levels of “smarter” computing power. The so-called “Edge Computer” analyzes and reads the data and only returns critical information. Imagine a security camera that knows the difference between an intruder and the pet or the family’s children, and only sends and alerts when someone does not recognize it. Even with advanced computing, the growth of IoT space must be closely integrated with advances in data analysis and storage space.

GoPro Hero 5 Black: Jazz up your moments on camera with ‘QuikStories’ app

If you are an avid adventurer or an avid motorcyclist, you want to record your experience and videos from the social media platform smoothly, here is “GoPro Hero 5 Black” with video control and 4K voice functions. When Indian travelers are looking for practical cameras with high-end features, GoPro, based in the US, has developed a mobile video editing application called “QuikStories” that allows users to share special moments on platforms such as Instagram and Facebook in a heartbeat. Let’s see what works for the device Rs 31,000.

The GoPro Hero 5 Black (2.4 x 1.7 x 1 in. And 118 grams in weight) is a rectangular camera similar to its predecessors but has a curved rim design with a semi-rubberized body that makes it easy to hold . To test the waterproofness of the device (up to 10 meters), we took it to a swimming pool in the neighborhood with a depth of 12 feet and found that water had no impact on the quality of video or sound. It shot 4K videos at 30 frames per second and clicked on sharp photos using the “Electronic Image Stabilization” (EIS) function.

Hero 5 Black allows you to use the touch screen for controls. The physical trigger and mode buttons are still there, but other tasks can be performed with the 2-inch touch screen, such as smartphones. Go right to view the gallery and left to toggle additional settings such as video stabilization. You can use a smartphone to view in real time what the camera captures. Do you need to turn the camera on or off? Say “GoPro turn it on or off” and the voice control function will do the job for you. Functionality also works in noisy environments.

We recovered almost three hours during the filming of videos. Dual microphones with noise canceling technology have captured the sound without any problem. The internal peripherals of the device are well-sealed, hermetically sealed and the camera can help you share videos without having to enter the editing table with ‘QuikStories’ that makes Hero 5 Black a single device. With ‘QuikStories’, the hassle of getting high quality videos that can be shared online is over. Install the camera with your smartphone and launch the GoPro application.

Now let the app automatically copy recent GoPro sequences to your smartphone and create a video regardless of the length you want to share on social networks. We recorded a night scene with the camera in “Gimbal” for GoPro – a device that keeps GoPro stable and eliminates vibration, vibration and noise in the video. When we connected the camera to the phone, we were told to update the software. After installing the update and the ‘QuikStories’ application, the application started copying the images to the phone.

Then we select the clip time and we add text and music and the video was ready to share. ‘QuikStories’ generates polished videos that can be personalized with music, filters and effects. In addition, the video created on your smartphone integrates with popular social networks so that there is no need to rework the clip format.Hero GoPro 5 Black will make all the accessories you have obtained from your predecessors are useless. You can not use any attachments with this unit.

We also experience the remarkable delay between taking photos and videos. The sensitivity of the touch screen was mediocre. Conclusion: It is safe to say that GoPro is undoubtedly a device for adrenaline junkies and travel bugs. With ‘QuikStories’, the ease of sharing your moments has never been so easy.

North Korea’s ‘No. 2’ official on 10-day visit to Iran that may signal wider military ties

North Korea’s ‘No. 2’ official on 10-day visit to Iran that may signal wider military ties

As part of the new US sanctions, head “No. 2” in North Korea Thursday began a 10-day visit to Iran that could ensure that both sides broaden their ties.The official IRNA news agency IRNA reported that Kim Yong Nam, the chairman of the Supreme Assembly of North Korea, arrived Thursday at the inauguration ceremony of Iranian President Hassan Rouhani.But as the head of the North Korean parliament is expected to stay for 10 days in Iran, it is seen as a front for other purposes, including the expansion of military cooperation. At the same time, Pyongyang looks for ways to counter the sanctions and boost the strong currency of the Kim Jong Un regime.

“There could be a very problematic cooperation going on because of past history and because it has a strategic sense, especially for Iran now,” said Emily Landau, senior researcher at the Israeli Institute of Studies on National Security and Arms Control and Head of Regional security program. INSS is an independent expert group affiliated with the University of Tel Aviv.The man Iran described as “# 2” from the North is supposed to travel with a delegation of other officials in Pyongyang, including economic and military leaders.

“In North Korea, it’s not a matter of ideology,” Landau said. “It’s not that it’s politically close and maybe religiously oriented.It’s about who can pay in cash. This is what makes North Korea a very dangerous source of nuclear technology, components and know-how. “Last month, Central Intelligence Agency director Mike Pompeo said in a speech to the National Intelligence and Security Alliance that they had “created two new mission centers to put a dagger at the heart of the problem Korea and the problem Of Iran “.

“The North Koreans and Iranians feel a serious threat in the United States and the West and consider themselves to be very different countries, but they face a somewhat similar situation,” said Matthew Bunn, a nuclear proliferation expert and professor of the School’s practice John F. Kennedy of Harvard University.The new North Korean embassy in Tehran opened on Wednesday, according to state news agency KCNA North. He said the new embassy was “built to stimulate exchanges, contacts and cooperation between the two countries for peace and global security and international justice.”

In July, North Korea’s nuclear weapons carried out two tests of an intercontinental ballistic missile. Iran could have an ICBM capability similar to North Korea in recent years because last week it has successfully launched a bearer of rocket satellites, which some see as a precursor to the ability of weapons to ballistic missiles Long reach.”There was quite a lot of cooperation on missiles,” Bunn said. “And, in fact, the first generations of Iranian missiles were mostly moderately adequate North Korean missiles.”


Skipping pesky calls can save Indians up to 63 million hours a year: Report

India exceeds the list of undesirable appeals received by a country in 2017, according to the Insights report published on the blog Truecaller. The report is based on an analysis performed by the application of the global repertoire during the period between January 1 and May 31, 2017 to understand the average monthly spam rate.

The World Telephone Directory – which has caller ID, social media integration and call barring capabilities – while listing a list of major countries in the spam prosthesis, revealed that Indian users could save about 63 million hours ignoring unwanted calls, assuming the average duration of an unwanted call is less than 30 seconds.

In addition, the report also revealed that India receives almost 22.6 calls per spam every month. The second on the list are the United States and Brazil, with about 20.7 calls per user each month.

Phone scams have been on the rise in the world, as it is easy to catch people against the phone or SMS guard. The report also mentions that the issue of spam calls from India lies with operators and financial services. Many of these operators are looking to offer special offers of free data or unlimited calling.

By contrast, the same research conducted in the United States suggests that anti-spam calls are dominated by annoyances and scams. Financial services and debt collectors are also an important category that rejects American users. He said: “This is an interesting observation, as in credit cards of American culture and the acquisition and repayment of student loans, often adapt.”

However, if you want to convert spam-saving time savings into productivity gains, India’s economy, as mentioned in the report, would record an annual profit of about $ 414 million.

Micromax sold 2 mn Bharat-2 devices; 3 more Bharat-series models coming soon

Ultra-affordable smartphones are usually in the Indian market sensitive to prices, especially when they are rich in functions and deliver the products as promised. In train to get on the digital train from India, home electronics manufacturer, Micromax Bharat 2, seems to have clicked with users, especially priced at only Rs 3 499. According to estimates of the Bharat 2, launched in April this year, has already sold 2 million units in 5 months, making it one of the most popular VoLTE 4G smartphones in the country.

With the Bharat smartphone series, Micromax lenses include phone users looking to become smartphone users for the first time. The Bharat 2 allowed the next phase of adoption of the smartphone in the country by the hand of consumers to update. In terms of specifications, the Micromax Bharat 2 is powered by Spreadtrum SC9832 1.3 GHz Quad Core processor with 512 MB RAM and 4 GB ROM. The smartphone features a 4-inch WVGA display and features a 2 megapixel (MP) rear camera and a 0.3 MP front camera. The phone works with Android Marshmallow and is equipped with a battery of 1,300 mAh.

As for the success of Bharat-2, Micromax is preparing to develop the Bharat series with three new smartphones – Bharat-2 Plus, Bharat-3 and Bharat-4, which will all be available in offline stores next week. commenting on the success of the Bharat series, Micromax Computer co-founder Rahul Sharma said Monday: “There are more than 400 million phone users waiting to move to smartphones that give them the experience without forcing their budgets

The exceptional acceptance of Bharat-2 demonstrates our vision and also demonstrates that there is a huge appetite for VoLTE smartphone budget subscribers among Indian telecommunications. Therefore, we strive to close the gap needed for our consumers and with Bharat’s expansion of the series, which we think will really drive the next phase of adoption of mobile phones in the country.

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