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Honor Hunter V700 Gaming Laptops launched, features NVIDIA RTX 2060 and 10th Gen Intel i7

Honor Hunter V700 Gaming Laptops launched, features NVIDIA RTX 2060 and 10th Gen Intel i7

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By Sean -Sep 16, 2020 Facebook Twitter Linkedin ReddIt Two years back, Honor entered the laptop segment with its MagicBook range of sleek and affordable notebooks. Today marks another milestone for the company as it enters a new product category with its new Honor Hunter brand. The first device in the Hunter brand is the high-end Honor Hunter V700 gaming laptop targeted at gamers who are looking for the best performance in a portable form factor. Hunter Gaming Laptop Design While many focus on the specifications of a gaming laptop, its design is just as important if not downright crucial. Honor has focused on both gaming aesthetics and heat management with its new Hunter series of laptops. The body of the new gaming ...
Future of Transparent OLEDs is in Automobiles: CEO of OTI Lumionics

Future of Transparent OLEDs is in Automobiles: CEO of OTI Lumionics

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By Joel Joseph -Sep 18, 2020 Last week, we posted a special story on under-display cameras with inputs from the CEO of OTI Lumionics, Michael Helander. We discussed Xiaomi, ZTE, and under screen cameras in general and how the technology would evolve in the coming years.   Today, we publish the second and the final part of the series, focused on transparent OLEDs and foldable displays. If you haven’t read the first part yet, I would suggest reading it first here.  Xiaomi Transparent TV OLED As you might have already realized from the first part on under screen cameras, transparent OLED development is the real reason why we can add cameras underneath the display. But the first set of devices to get a completely transparent screen ...
Indian army admits wrongdoing in killing three Kashmiris

Indian army admits wrongdoing in killing three Kashmiris

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Families demand justice after Indian army admits it killed three unidentified fighters in Amshipora village.by Rifat Fareed4 hours ago Human rights activists in Kashmir see the encounter as a gunfight in which civilians were dubbed rebels and killed by the army to claim monetary benefits and medals [Faisal Khan/Anadolu] Srinagar, Indian-administered Kashmir - The Indian army says its soldiers exceeded powers under the controversial Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA) in the killing of three local civilians in southern Indian-administered Kashmir earlier this year. On July 18, Indian armed forces said they killed three unidentified "rebels" in Amshipora village in Shopian. An Indian army spokesperson on Friday said the victims were now identified as residents of Rajour...
Erdogan willing to meet Greek PM over east Med tensions

Erdogan willing to meet Greek PM over east Med tensions

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Oil and gas exploration in the eastern Mediterranean has sparked a dispute between NATO neighbours Turkey and Greece.3 hours ago At the centre of the Greece-Turkey dispute was Ankara's deployment last month of a seismic research vessel, the Oruc Reis [Murat Cetinmuhurdar/PPO/Handout via Reuters] President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says Turkey is ready to meet with Greece's leader to resolve the standoff over energy exploration in contested waters in the eastern Mediterranean. The search for gas and oil in the region has sparked a dispute that has seen the two NATO neighbours stage rival air and navy drills in strategic waters between Cyprus and the Greek island of Crete. "Could there be a meeting with Greek Prime Minister (Kyriakos) Mitsotakis? What's essential is what we discuss a...
China’s Tencent rebrands WeChat work app ahead of Trump ban

China’s Tencent rebrands WeChat work app ahead of Trump ban

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By Pei Li 4 MIN READ HONG KONG (Reuters) - Chinese tech giant Tencent Holdings 0700.HK has changed the name of its WeChat Work office collaboration app to WeCom, setting it up as a potential alternative to its messaging app WeChat ahead of a U.S. ban.FILE PHOTO: The messenger app WeChat is seen among U.S. flags in this illustration picture taken Aug. 7, 2020. REUTERS/Florence Lo Tencent, registered the WeCom trademark on Aug. 19, according to the United States Patent and Trademark Office. Two Tencent sources said WeCom does not fall under the scope of a ban on WeChat-related transactions in the United States from Sept. 20, one of a series of U.S. measures cracking down on Chinese tech firms and apps that Washington says are threats to national security. T...
India’s Covid crisis sees rise in child marriage and trafficking

India’s Covid crisis sees rise in child marriage and trafficking

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Published23 hours agoRelated Topics image captionComplaints of child marriage and child labour have risen during the lockdown India's coronavirus lockdown has had an adverse impact on children, pushing up incidents of child marriage and child labour, reports the BBC's Divya Arya. Thirteen-year-old Rani has just won her first battle in life. Her parents tried to force her to marry this summer, but Rani reached out for help and managed to stop the wedding.Rani (not her real name) was in the eighth grade when India's federal government suddenly imposed a lockdown in March, shuttering everything from schools to businesses to stop the spread of coronavirus.Within a month, Rani's father, who was battling tuberculosis, found her a match.Rani was not happy. "I don't understand why ev...
TikTok and WeChat: US to ban app downloads in 48 hours

TikTok and WeChat: US to ban app downloads in 48 hours

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Published3 hours ago TikTok and WeChat will be banned from US app stores from Sunday, unless President Donald Trump agrees to a last-minute deal.The Department of Commerce said it would bar people in the US from downloading the messaging and video-sharing apps through any app store on any platform.The Trump administration says the companies threaten national security and could pass user data to China.But China and both companies deny this.WeChat will effectively shut down in the US on Sunday, but people will still be able to use TikTok until 12 November, when it could also be fully banned. TikTok said it was "disappointed" in the order and disagreed with the commerce department, saying it had already committed to "unprecedented levels of additional transparency" in light of the ...
China bersedia untuk perang

China bersedia untuk perang

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KONGSI ARTIKELShareTweet BEIJING: China menegaskan negara itu 'bersedia untuk perang' berikutan tindakan Amerika Syarikat (AS) menghantar 11,000 anggota tenteranya ke Pasifik Barat bagi menyertai latihan ketenteraan secara besar-besaran. Difahamkan, tentera AS sudah memulakan latihan Exercise Valiant Shield selama 10 hari di Guam membabitkan pasukan tentera darat, laut dan udara bagi melatih tentera mempertahankan wilayah Pasifik. Tindakan AS menghantar kapal perang terbesar dan 100 pesawat ke wilayah dikuasai negara itu di Pasifik Barat itu mengundang kemarahan China yang kini mengumumkan 'bersedia untuk berperang'. AS juga meningkatkan latihan ketenteraannya di wilayah Indo-Pasifik. Pengarah Operasi Maritim Armada Pasifik AS, Michael Boyle, berkata latihan itu memberi...
Aktiviti berbasikal di lebuh raya adalah dilarang – PDRM

Aktiviti berbasikal di lebuh raya adalah dilarang – PDRM

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Oleh Nor Azizah Mokhtarbhnews@bh.com.myKONGSI ARTIKELShareTweet KUALA LUMPUR: Aktiviti berbasikal di lebuh raya adalah dilarang, dan individu yang ingkar boleh dikenakan denda hingga RM1,000 atau penjara tidak melebihi tiga bulan atau kedua-duanya, jika sabit kesalahan. Polis Diraja Malaysia (PDRM) dalam satu status dimuat naik ke laman Facebook (FB) rasmi pasukan itu, semalam, memaklumkan mereka yang mengingkari larangan berkenaan boleh dikenakan tindakan mengikut Seksyen 70(1) Akta Pengangkutan Jalan 1987. "Aktiviti sukan berbasikal kini menjadi hobi yang semakin diminati ramai di Malaysia, namun anda dinasihatkan supaya mematuhi larangan berbasikal di lebuh raya. "Sekiranya anda ingkar, tindakan boleh diambil mengikut Seksyen 70(1) Akta Pengangkutan Jalan 1987, iait...
Avatar pada FB tidak haram

Avatar pada FB tidak haram

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Oleh Latifah Arifinlatifah@bh.com.myKONGSI ARTIKELShareTweet KUALA LUMPUR: Penggunaan aplikasi Avatar berbentuk kartun yang popular ketika ini bagi menggambarkan diri pemilik dalam akaun Facebook (FB) tidak haram dilakukan umat Islam. Ahli Jawatankuasa Fatwa Kedah dan Pulau Pinang, Dr Mohd Hapiz Mahaiyadin, menjelaskan Avatar yang digunakan dalam media sosial khasnya FB tidak ada kaitan dengan perkara yang boleh menggugat akidah umat Islam. "Avatar yang digunakan dalam FB bukan merujuk kepada maksud penjelmaan tuhan seperti dalam agama Hindu. "Perkataan Avatar itu juga dihilangkan maksud keagamaannya, lalu digunakan sebagai terma saintifik dalam dunia digital," katanya kepada BH, hari ini. Avatar, ciri baharu diperkenalkan FB sejak Mei lalu mula menjadi fenomena di ...