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Watch: Samsung’s new ad in USA makes fun of Apple’s last ten years

On November 3, Apple iPhone X finally hit the retail shelves. The company’s tenth anniversary iPhone arrived at the stores almost two months after its unveiling on September 12.And just days after the sales began, smartphone rival Samsung is out with an ad that mercilessly makes fun of Apple’s last 10 years. In the video, Samsung claims to show how Apple has been playing the catch-up game in smartphone technology for last many years.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R59TevgzN3k

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Here’s Why Bangalore Has Been Named the Best Start-Up City in the World

India’s Silicon Valley has been the country’s information technology hub for decades now and the city has expanded over the years to build a conducive environment for small businesses and start-ups.

As per the survey, Bangalore has extremely skilled professionals, the best financial environment to grow, innovate, start a business and experiment with new technology. Bangalore beat San Francisco, Tokyo, and Berlin in this fight as 2,620 companies were surveyed in total from 45 of the most important cities in the world.

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Bangalore has heaps of highly trained professionals in data analytics, social media, and digital security, something the world leaders recognize. Almost 48% of the companies EIU surveyed wouldn’t mind relocating their set-up to Bangalore because they’re confident it would mean bigger profits. 53% of Asian firms would love to move their work to India and 42% of the European companies surveyed think it’s a good proposition too.

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Mumbai and New Delhi weren’t too far behind. Among the many categories that cities were rated on, these two performed quite well in ‘people and skills’, ‘financial environment’, ‘innovation and entrepreneurship’, ‘ICT Infrastructure’ and ‘development of new technologies’.

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The major push Bangalore ever got in terms of IT revolution was with the establishment of Electronic City. R. K. Baliga of Karnataka State Electronics Development Corporation dreamed of making Bangalore the IT hub in 1976, and so he did! 335 acres of land was converted to industrial parks where ideas, technology, and businesses could be carefully cradled to grow.

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12 lesser known facts about the movie 2.0

Rajinikanth and Akshay Kumar starrer 2.0 is actually a sequel to movie Robot that had a star cast Rajnikanth and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan in the lead. 2.0 received huge attention after the film’s first look was released. The movie 2.0 features Akshay as an evil man, while Rajnikanth’s look is same as CHITTI in the movie ROBOT. The movie is scheduled to release on 25th January 2018. Here is a compilation of some of the interesting facts about 2.0.

1. Film editor Anthony said that 2.0 are 10 times challenging than Robot and he had to wear 3D glasses while editing.

2. ‘2.O’ has some of the best technicians in the world.

Mary E Vogt is the official costume designer who has worked on Hollywood films like ‘Men in Black’ and ‘Tron Legacy’.

Sean Foot of ‘Avatar’ fame is handling the make-up of ‘2.O’.

Kenny Bates, who choreographed action for ‘Transformers,’ is also a part of the project.

VFX team comprising of John Hughes and Walt, who have done VFX for films like ‘Life of Pi’, ‘300’ and ‘Percy Jackson’ are working on this project.

3. Akshay Kumar said that he believes 2.0 will create history. It would be a big blockbuster hit.

4. Salman Khan created a lot of frenzy at the event by making a surprise visit. When Rajni was asked if he will ever work with Salman, the former said, “If tomorrow Salman says yes, I am ready to work with him.”

5. Initially, the makers were planning to give the movie a title of ‘Robot 2’ or ‘Enthiran 2’ in Tamil but the team encountered a few legal problems with this title so it was named as ‘2.O’.

6. Rajinikanth said that 2.0 have VFX that will match the Hollywood standards. Well, that a must watch then.

7. Although Akshay plays an antagonist in 2.0, Rajinikanth said that Akshay is the hero of the movie, not him. Claps!! That we know about Rajni.

8. Starring Rajinikanth as a robot, Akshay Kumar as the antagonist and Amy Jackson as the leading lady, the film is touted to be the biggest and most expensive film ever made in India. ‘Robot’ sequel is being made on a budget of Rs 400 crore! This makes ‘2.O’ the most expensive Indian film ever made. Earlier it was Baahubali 2.

9. Director Shankar hinted that there can be a third part of the franchise. “There can be a 3.0, 4.0, and 5.0 because the film is a science fiction and we can explore a lot in this genre,” he said when asked if they are planning the third part.

10. The team was planning to launch the film in a grand manner on the superstar Rajni’s birthday last year but decided not to because Chennai was suffering from worst floods last December. So ‘2.O’ team decided to start shooting with a small ceremony on December 12 last year. Awwww how sweet is that!!

11. The makers launched hot air balloons with the film’s posters. The team began their prep for this one-of-a-kind promotional strategy by test riding the hot air balloons. The balloons are expected to fly over the Hollywood signage in Los Angeles, while similar ones take flight in London, Dubai, Australia, South-East Asian countries and also in India. The creative director of the film Raju Mahalingam shared a glimpse of the ‘2.0’ air balloons along with the tweet, “Test inflation successfully completed! Waiting for weather clearance…#2Point0”

12. According to the sources, an entire song in ‘2.0’ will feature VFX. Apparently, Shankar and team were planning to head out to Ukraine for a romantic number, but due to Rajinikanth’s health condition, they have decided to shoot the song in India. However, the incredible part is that all the scenic locations across Ukraine have already been captured and they will recreate in VFX for this song.

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No, your mobile number will not have 13 digits

If you’ve been reading reports about your mobile number having 13 digits (from 10 digits currently) from July 1 and have been feeling perplexed, relax! Your mobile number will continue to have 10 digits. Certain sections of the media seem to have misinterpreted a DoT (Department of Telecommunication) order for machine to the machine or M2M numbers.

M2M numbers are the ones that are used for SIMs in devices like swipe machines, cars, electricity meters etc. Officials from Bharti Airtel–India’s largest telecom service provider, Reliance Jio and telecom industry body COAI (Cellular Operators Association of India) confirmed to TOI that the mobile numbers we have and use remain unaffected by this development.

Earlier this month, the DoT had issued a directive to telecom operators mentioning the implementation of 13-digit numbering scheme for M2M communication.

“Migration of existing l0-digit M2M numbers to 13 digits will start latest by October 1, 2018 and shall be completed by December 31, 2018,” the DoT order stated. All new M2M mobile connections will be allocated l3-digit numbers from July 1, 2018, it added.

The DoT has also asked the service providers to “ensure that their network elements including IT and other relevant systems are aligned with 13-digit numbering for M2M SIMs before July 1, 2018.

What is M2M communication:

M2M is a technology that leverages connected devices to remotely work or talk to each other via wireless network. Telecom operators have started offering SIM-based M2M services to enterprises across verticals in the form of smart electricity meters, vehicle tracking and fuel monitoring system and traffic management solution.
It is an essential part of Internet of Things (IoT), an industry that the government expects to grow at a rapid pace. Tech fads of connecting everything from door locks and wearable devices to traffic signals and waste control systems to a vast network all fall under the ambit of IoT.

On the shift towards the 13-digit numbering plan for M2M communication, COAI Director General Rajan S Mathews said, “This has been considered by (the) DOT. They will be the ones to give final instructions and notice to (the) operators.”

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