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I try to recognize song from this movie, when You paly it will start in right moment (only one riff 6 sek.). I know this song from long time, but I don't remember who paly it. Till now we have two tips, Slayer or Sepultura, but I'm not sure...
Thanks in advance!
By Vlad Dudau
This is our first look at Google's upcoming Nexus "Sailfish" phone
by Vlad Dudau
Google is expected to unveil two new Nexus phones later this year, built in collaboration with HTC. They’re codenamed “Marlin” and “Sailfish”, and we’ve seen their leaked specs a number of times before, but now, leaked images claim to show the real devices in the flesh.
The two devices are rumored to be almost identical to one another, differing only in size when it comes to overall design. A few specs are also expected to be different, but in general, there doesn’t seem to be a “cheap” Nexus prepared for this year. Instead, both devices are expected to offer high-end specs and metallic bodies.
According to our friends over at Android Police, who have leaked a lot of info regarding the two upcoming devices, the image you see above depicts the Sailfish. The authors of the report are quoting sources inside the industry, who say that they are “100% positive” on which device is pictured. This is the smaller of the two phones, featuring a 5-inch screen. Though the Marlin is expected to be somewhat bigger, it’ll supposedly look very much the same in its design.
And speaking of design, there’s no denying that if this is the handset that Google is intending to launch, it was heavily inspired by Apple’s iPhones. From the curved corners, to the antenna band, to the rounded edges, everything is reminiscent of recent iPhone models. That’s not to say this is an exact clone though, because the back features some major differences: a fingerprint sensor, similar to the one found on last year’s Nexus models. Then there’s the shiny third of the backplate, which reportedly features a glass build. It’s an interesting design choice, especially if it also offers some sort of functionality to go along with the aesthetic.
Finally, the handset seen above seems to be the same one that was leaked yesterday by an anonymous Twitter user. The image seems to show the as-of-yet-unbranded device being used in a real-life setting.
The two new Nexus phones are expected to be unveiled in the months ahead, with Google also launching Android 7.0 Nougat at the same time as the phones.
Source: Android Police
By Usama Jawad96
Microsoft officially launches the Lumia 650 in India for ₹15,299
by Usama Jawad
Nearly two months after its global launch, Microsoft has officially announced the Lumia 650 in India, as previously hinted. The Windows 10 Mobile device offers decent specs which includes 1 GB of RAM, 16 GB internal storage and a 1.3GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 212 processor. But perhaps the most exciting feature of the Lumia 650 is the thin and beautiful design. The device features a metal frame, a matte black, and comes in at just 6.9 mm thin and 122 g.
Ajey Mehta, Country General Manager, Microsoft India had the following to say:
The full specifications of the Microsoft Lumia 650 include:
5-inch AMOLED with HD (1280x720px) resolution and Gorilla Glass 3 Quad-core 1.3GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 212 processor 1GB RAM 16GB onboard storage (plus microSD card support up to 200GB) 8MP rear camera with autofocus, LED flash and 720p video recording at 30fps 5MP front-facing camera with continuous autofocus, 'video light' and 720p video at 30fps Bluetooth 4.1 Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n with support for Wi-Fi calling 4G LTE connectivity NFC support microUSB 2.0 with Type B connector Removable 2000mAh battery 142 x 71 x 6.9mm; 122g The Lumia 650 is already available at physical retail centers in India for ₹15,299 (~229 USD) and will be on sale at Amazon India soon as well. Meanwhile, if you reside in Canada or the U.S., you can grab the metal-framed device for $199 (USD or CAD) as well.
You can check out our full review of the Microsoft Lumia 650 here.
By Caroline Zielinski and Bernard Zuel April 15, 2014 - 1:55PM AEST
AC/DC may be announcing their retirement as soon as Tuesday, according to media reports. The famous rock band, which formed in 1973, is one of the most popular and highest-grossing bands of all time.
Sources close to the band have confirmed that guitarist and songwriter Malcolm Young, 61, has returned to Australia with his family. He is believed to be unable to continue playing, although there has not been any explanation why.
Fans of ACDC band rejoice!
Year 2013 is the 40th anniversary for hard rock and heavy metal band ACDC and in august they've confirmed that they're planning a new worldwide tour. I sincerely hope they put out dates for Europe soon :)
In september, they've also confirmed teh release of live album ''Live at River Plate'' from the Black Ice Tour. It is, essentialy audio release of the previous video Live at River Plate.
The album will be released on 19th November. It's already available for preorder. You can buy new album on 2 CDs with special 24-page booklet (12 EUR)or 3-LP vinyl album with poster (30 EUR)
Rock on! \m/