Padmavati row: After Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat bans the film

Padmavati row: After Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat bans the film

As the film was suppose to release on December 1, there are over 50 countries where this process (of certification) is on, he said. "We can't allow our history to be distorted". This is to notice that the film Padmavati is facing controversies regarding its content and Rajput Karni Sena is protesting against the film. The board has asked the makers to resend the film for revision. Read More

Pradyuman murder case: Gurugram court grants bail to bus conductor

Pradyuman murder case: Gurugram court grants bail to bus conductor

A court on Tuesday had granted bail to Ashok Kumar after his lawyer Mohit Verma filed an application on November 16.Additional District and Session Judge Rajni Yadav granted him bail on Rs 50,000 bond. Ashok was arrested on September 8. The incident sparked a public outcry after which Gurugram police arrested Ashok, alleging him of killing the second standard student. Read More

Now available] Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp is coming to Android this Wednesday

Now available] Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp is coming to Android this Wednesday

Those looking to cash in some My Nintendo points will be thrilled to know that those missions and rewards are live as well. The Animal Crossing mobile app for iOS and Android is the third smartphone game Nintendo have released so far. Read More

OnePlus 5T Official with 18:9 Display & New Camera System

OnePlus 5T Official with 18:9 Display & New Camera System

And despite packing in a large screen, it is barely bigger, or heavier, than the OnePlus 5. The 5T succeeds the current flagship OnePlus 5 , launched this year. This year's iPhones are also ridiculously quick with Apple's new A11 Bionic chip. OnePlus 5T retains nearly the exact shell of the OnePlus 5 released earlier this year, except that the screen was supersized to 6 inches from 5.5 inches, according to its website. Read More

Apple Delays HomePod Smart Speaker, Missing Holiday Season (1)

Apple Delays HomePod Smart Speaker, Missing Holiday Season (1)

The spokesperson told The Verge the device will ship to the US, United Kingdom, and Australia in early 2018. We'll let you know when Apple decides to release the HomePod. Apple hasn't been shy about talking up HomePod's audiophile credentials, squeezing six tweeters and a long-throw woofer - each powered by its own, custom amplifier - into the squat cylindrical design. Read More

Tesla's New Semitruck Might Be Playing Catch-Up

Tesla's New Semitruck Might Be Playing Catch-Up

Tesla's truck can also follow other Semis autonomously to form a convoy of several vehicles - a feature that Musk outlined in his masterplan for the company previous year. But most of that growth is expected to be for smaller, medium-duty haulers like garbage trucks or delivery vans. The auto can go from 0 to 60 miles per hour in just 1.9 seconds. Read More

Want to live longer? Own a dog

Want to live longer? Own a dog

The study also says that having a dog increases people's motivation to be more active and add more physical activity into their lives, especially in single-person households where the individuals are exclusively responsible for walking and exercising with their pets. Read More

Serena Williams To Wed Fiancé, Alexis Ohanian, On Thursday

Serena Williams To Wed Fiancé, Alexis Ohanian, On Thursday

The pair will reportedly exchange vows at NOLA's Contemporary Arts Center , which has some stunning, expansive spaces. Guests will not learn the details until Thursday morning. 'Alexis will have a babysitter on hand just for her the entire night, ' the source says. The lovers also posted a picture of them grinning from ear-to-ear and Serena showing off a spectacular rock in her diamond engagement ring. Read More

'Super Mario Bros.' Movie in Development at Illumination

'Super Mario Bros.' Movie in Development at Illumination

As Kotaku points out, the Wall Street Journal's reports on Nintendo's media haven't always been accurate. There is perhaps no category of film adaptation more maligned than the video game movie. Animated films, especially ones as important as this, tend to take a long time to make, so don't even bother to start holding your breath yet. It likely won't be released for several years. Read More

IPhone X Face ID security software apparently tricked by 3D printed mask

IPhone X Face ID security software apparently tricked by 3D printed mask

According to Mr Ngo, some special processing is needed on the cheeks and around the face, where there are large skin areas, to fool Face IDs artificial intelligence (AI). The firm is launching its own facial recognition technology named ZoOm Login which provides ultra-secure face authentication by matching the user via recognition algorithms and verifying 3D liveness via AI. Read More

Apple's £999 iPhone X suffering from 'crackly' audio, some users complain

There hasn't been anything bad enough yet to spook investors - AAPL stock remains near record highs - but the iPhone X display may yet prove to be a problem that impacts sales. First, it's interesting Apple is once again planning to increase the iPhone screen size. Last week , Apple had also warned users that the iPhone X's OLED screen might fall prey to screen burn in, and advised users to keep the brightness as low as possible to avoid the problem. Read More

Ex-Facebook President Sean Parker: Network 'Exploiting' Human Psychology

Ex-Facebook President Sean Parker: Network 'Exploiting' Human Psychology

Parker, 38, spoke Wednesday at an Axios event at the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia, and while he was officially there to talk about efforts to advance cancer innovation, he apparently went off-script as he began to speak about his status as "something of a conscientious objector" to social media. Read More

Twitter suspends blue check mark verifications

Twitter suspends blue check mark verifications

Kessler tweeted that the victim, Heather Heyer, "was a fat, disgusting Communist", adding, "Communists have killed 94 million". Richard Spencer , who argued in an interview with a British journalist this week that the trans-Atlantic slave trade was good for Africans, is verified. Read More

OnePlus 5T won't have wireless charging and here's why

OnePlus 5T won't have wireless charging and here's why

We've seen plenty of promotion from the company in an attempt to hype up the device as much as possible, and in this latest move, OnePlus is now looking for ten people to review the 5T ahead of its official launch. The Chinese company has already announced that the OnePlus 5T will launch on November 16 in Brooklyn, New York. Recently, Gionee made it clear that it will be embracing 16W wireless charging for M7 Plus, but this doesn't seem to influence OnePlus. Read More

Facebook wants Canadians to send them their nudes to combat revenge porn

Australia's eSafety Commission said Facebook doesn't store the image, it stores a link and uses artificial intelligence to sort out the pictures. Social media giant Facebook is trialling a new system urging its users to 'send nudes '. One woman said that she would be in favour of this if it stops intimate images being sent without the consent of the person in them. "We would expect that Facebook has absolutely watertight systems to guard the privacy of victims". Read More

Apple shifts augmented reality efforts into high gear

Apple shifts augmented reality efforts into high gear

Apple has not yet finalised how users will interact with the headset, Bloomberg reports , though it seems to be exploring three main ways of interactions: Touch, voice (via Siri), and head gestures. Apple publicly demoed a number of unusual and exciting augmented reality apps created with its new ARKit developer framework over the last few months. Read More

Apple iPhone X's Face ID may reach 2018 iPad models

It was also told that you can register only one face to use as the Face ID key. Given that the new iPad model is about a year away from release, the plans could change due to supply and manufacturing constraints on Face ID components, said the people, who asked not to be identified because the plans aren't public. Read More

Facebook seeks nude pics from users to tackle 'revenge porn'

Facebook seeks nude pics from users to tackle 'revenge porn'

Australia is one of four countries participating in the Facebook pilot program, Antigone Davis, Facebook's head of global security told the Australian Broadcasting Corporation . This involves flagging the images to specially trained representatives from the site's community operations staff, who would then decide whether or not to remove the highlighted image. Read More

Some Xbox One X consoles becoming unresponsive

Some Xbox One X consoles becoming unresponsive

You can still order the $500 console through GameStop's website , though in-store availability may vary. But it looks like that'll change in future years, as Microsoft's Phil Spencer has confirmed the consolemaker plans to ramp up game production by acquiring or adding several new first-party developers to its Microsoft Studios stable. Read More

Sheep can recognize Baaaa-rack Obama's face, new study shows

To challenge the sheep even further, scientists showed them the same celebrities in photos captured from a different, tilted angle. These faces were put up on screens and the sheep were rewarded with food for picking the photograph of the correct celebrity displayed in a pen. Read More