Doctor Jordan is off the clock this week as he slips into something more comfortable and makes us all extremely uncomfortable reading from some incredibly sexy novelizations of the films Rambo First Blood: Part 2, Face Off, and Halloween.
Mini;s upcoming Cooper SE, the brand;s first all electric model, goes on sale in 2020. Based off its initial specifications, we assumed it wouldn;t be incredibly popular. While output is a serviceable 135 kilowatts (roughly 184 hp), the model;s small 32.6 kWh battery pack only allows for 146 miles of range using the optimistic European testing cycle. While that would have made it highly competitive in the early days of modern electrification, it;ll be at a disadvantage when stacked against the likes of the Tesla Model 3 or Chevrolet;s Bolt.We presumed this would manifest as weak demand, leaving Mini to tug uncomfortably at its collar. But the Cooper SE is already outperforming the BMW i3 in terms of sales, and it isn 't even slated for production until November.
At first glance, the Pixel 3 isn 't all that different from the Pixel 2 before it, which doesn 't help its case. Sure, there are some minor cosmetic changes, like the new ”Not Pink ” color scheme and wireless charging compatible glass back, but that 's about it. If you didn 't know any better, you 'd probably think they were the same device. The Pixel 3 XL has made a slightly more controversial change, adopting the notch made famous by Apple;s iPhone X and sticking a second front facing camera there. The soft corners and lack of chrome or stainless steel finishes make it feel like a phone that isn 't trying to impress you with its aesthetic. The end result is a design too milquetoast for 2018. In a world where smartphone displays kiss the metal edges of their housing, and fingerprint readers lurk beneath high resolution displays, the Pixel 3, on the outside, feels uninspired. And if you 're concerned about smartphone size, don 't worry: these phones are, like the competition, almost uncomfortably large. The XL further ups the ante with an even more unwieldy 6.3 inch screen.
e have a complex relationship with our phones. We want it to look good, perform well at all times, and sometimes, take a fall on our behalf too. With its expanding role in our lives, we would hate to compromise on anything lesser than what meets our expectations. But, while buying a phone we 're always stuck with one final make or break decision, of choosing a big screen for our entertainment or choosing a device that offers better functionality. Launching Lava X50, with the shrink screen features, that allows you to multitask on and with it. Lava X50 is an obvious choice for those who have an extremely demanding work amp; social life and are always pressed for time. The phone sports an impressive design, with a narrow form which improves handling and its shrink screen feature which allows you to handle the phone with one hand. Lava X50 is powered by a 1.3 GHz Quad Core Processor coupled with 2GB RAM and is 4G enabled, letting you sail through your all your work amp; play efficiently. Here are more reasons why Lava X50 should be your next smart buy. Maximises productivityThe new Lava X50 comes with a 13.97 cm (5.5) HD IPS display with 5 point touch for accuracy. While the big display ensures enhanced viewing angles, the shrink screen feature allows you to control the screen with one hand. It definitely gives you the freedom to scroll and doodle at the same time or even handle the phone in transit, letting you manage your time more efficiently. Moreover, with its 2GB RAM and Dual SIM with 4G VoLTE, the phone also offers scope for lag free multitasking and gives you an uninterrupted browsing experience. The 2800 mAh battery ensures that the phone reliably runs alongside your busy schedule, throughout the day. Captures every detailLava X50 is definitely not about all work and no play. The phone comes with an 8MP rear camera amp; 5MP Selfie camera with LED flash to help you capture those everyday moments. The phone surely does help hone the budding photographer in you but also lets you have fun with its in built audio pictures for those times when just a picture is not enough. It also comes with a Slo mo and time lapse video mode to time your memories just as you would like to remember them. Keep it smartThe devil is in the detail and a smart person always remembers that. Why would you stretch your fingers uncomfortably across the phone to take screenshots, when Lava X50 offers 3 finger swipe to take them? The phone also has options of smart gestures to open apps and Flip to Mute to silence calls and alarms. All in all, Lava X50 is a sure buy for those who really want to own their time. Additionally, there 's an offer of double data pack for the initial two months with the phone. Sponsored Post Promotion email@example.com
In early September 1939, the press contingent racing after the German army as it invaded Poland reached the final battleground on the Baltic Sea. From the German command post on a Gdansk hilltop, the journalist William L. Shirer surveyed the front along a ridge two miles distant where the killing was going on, he told American listeners in a broadcast a few days later. He had refused the offer of a German helmet, he wrote in his secret notes, finding it repellent and symbolic of brute German force. The battle was too far off to spot individual fighters, but he could see the Polish positions and that the Germans had surrounded them on three sides and cut off escape with their artillery fire on the fourth. Shirer was sickened and horrified by what he saw. But something about the press pool he was traveling with disturbed him in a different way. Although normally most at ease in the company of his many reporter friends, Shirer was dismayed by his assigned traveling companion. The German Propaganda Ministry had forced him to share a room with another American correspondent, Philip Cortelyou Johnson. Despite the two men s similar ages and American pasts, their shared love for Europe, and the overseas camaraderie war reporters might normally enjoy, none of us can stand the fellow, Shirer noted in a diary entry. He wanted only to slip away from him. The reporters in the pool felt an intense dislike for the talkative and frenetic Johnson, already among the most prominent evangelizers for modernism in architecture, though not yet among the most famous architects in the world. They had reason to fear this flighty, off putting American who seemed uncomfortably close to their German Propaganda Ministry minders. According to a memo in the dossier the F.B.I. began keeping on Johnson, which traced his activities throughout the 1930s in some detail, From a source considered reliable, it was reported that Johnson was feted by the German authorities in charge of the press correspondents visiting the Polish front, and that the Germans were quite solicitous about his welfare.
The city of Gurgaon has for long been a bellwether of the rapid growth in the country over the years, thanks to the presence of multiple multinational corporations. This factor has for long attracted countless expatriates and NRIs, and resulted in Gurgaon;s realty boom over the past decade and a half. However, the past couple of years have been tough for Gurgaon;s real estate market.Overall, NCR has witnessed country s highest unsold inventory figures at almost 1,70,000 units. Gurgaon s contribution to this burden is only around 22,000 unsold units, but this is still uncomfortably high. Another source of worry is that almost 30 per cent of this unsold inventory is under construction, and located in perfectly inhabitable sectors.
Point Break Kathryn Bigelow\u2019s cult hit from 1990 gets a reboot with a baggy resemblance to the original and more elaborately choreographed action. Point Break has also been dubbed in Hindi, Tamil and Telugu, and its unique selling proposition is its heart-stopping action. The movie, directed by Ericson Core, stars Edgar Ramirez (Carlos) and Luke Bracey (The November Man) in the roles made iconic by Patrick Swayze and Keane Reeves, respectively. Ramirez plays Bodhi, the charismatic head of a cult that might be involved in a series of daring heists. Bracey is Utah, the government agent who infiltrates Bodhi\u2019s group but comes uncomfortably close to identifying with Bodhi\u2019s goals.