A lifelike Polar Bear wandered through the streets of the British capital on Tuesday morning (January 27th), leaving commuters bewildered at the sight of the unusual acquaintance.
The eight foot tall puppet animal first stunned joggers and caused quite a stir when strolling through the Hampstead Heath Park in North London before making his way to Charing Cross Underground station attempting to board a train. Commuters on the train turned their heads when they noticed the giant polar animal walking along the platform.
It eventually reappeared in between crowds of tourists who were crossing the Thames river via Millennium Bridge towards London's Southbank. Many people stopped to take a picture of the animal with many people commenting how realistic it looked.
The giant animal was unleashed as part of a promotional stunt to mark the launch of channel Sky Atlantic's latest TV offering, "Fortitude" Filmed both in the UK and Iceland, "Fortitude" sees an all star cast including Academy Award nominee Stanley Tucci, Michael Gambon and Christopher Eccleston. Fortitude will premiere on January,29th on UK and US television. Check out the video below to the see the "Bear" in action.
This year we saw Galaxy S20 and now the tech experts are looking for anything they can find about next year's Galaxy S21. There isn't much information on the Galaxy S21 yet but we have some rumors that suggest the possible design of the mobile device. The reputable leaker on social media with username @OnLeaks has shared a few leaked render images on Voice with a phone with a screen of apparently roughly between 6.7 and 6.9 inches. The phone has a punch-hole camera in the top-center and virtually there seem no bezels around the display. The phone features a curved display as it does with a few Galaxy S series phones. The rumors about the curved display isn't confirmed by other leakers who suggest otherwise.
The Galaxy S21 ultra looks similar to other phones from the same series based on the leaked images, but the rear side contains a much larger camera bump in the top-left corner. As per the report, the block is almost twice as big as the one on the regular Galaxy S21. The source expects this to house up to four lenses compared to three on the standard model, and if this leak is right it also features the flash, which leaks suggest sits outside the camera bump on the standard Galaxy S21. We don't know the functionality of these extra lenses but a previous leak suggested that the device might have a 108-MP primary camera sensor, and a 12MP ultra-wide one, with two lenses dedicated to zoom functionality.
Other details suggest that the camera might have dimensions of apparently around 165.1 x 75.6 x 8.9mm. Whereas the Samsung Galaxy S21 ultra is only 166.9 x 76 x 8.8mm. There is also no slot for an S pen, despite some rumors that Samsung might add support for its stylus to the Galaxy S21 range. We are expecting the phone to be launched in early January, and with few significant phones being released near the date.
As a Marketing plan, Google is set to light up a giant Interactive billboard in New York City. Powered by Mitsubishi Electric, the Diamond Vision AVL-ODT10 display will become the largest electronic billboard to ever grace the iconic Times Square.
The display is located on Broadway, not far from the search giant's HD in Gotham. It measures a whopping 329.65 feet x 77.69 feet. In addition to being the largest ever digital billboard on Times Square, the engineering marvel is also the biggest in North America to date.
The resolution of the display is 10,048 x 2,368 pixels. So, I wouldn't expect any miracles in pixel density. The latter is not exactly as relevant in this case as it would be on the devices we interact with every day given the sheer size of the thing.
The billboard is set to go live today with an interactive game for the public that will run until Tuesday. Users will also be able to create Androidify characters on site and put them on T-shirts and postcards.
This is not a Prank or April's fool, it's a REAL thing.... A giant Green Android Robot urinating on the Apple logo appears on Google Maps, Go to this Link HERE and view Google Maps of "Rawalpindi, Pakistan" and you'll see the photo above.
We don't know who approved this photo from Google Maps Team... but it looks funny as hell. Also, note that the photo only appears in the traditional map view, and we'd hurry up if we were you. We doubt it'll be up there for very long.
Oppo Find X3 pro isn't officially announced yet but we know that it exists based on some specs rumors and now we have its alleged officially leaked images as well. The smartphone is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 processor and runs on Android 11 with ColorOS 11 operating system out of the box. The device is powered on 12GB RAM with two variants of internal storage - 256GB and 512GB.
The device is a light-weight device and weighs only 190 grams. According to the images, it seems one of the most attractive smartphones by the company. The images were first posted by Evan Blass on Twitter. The image shows a rear side of the phone that has a quad-camera system that looks similar to iPhone 12 pro max, but it has a frame that protrudes, making it something unique and different than anyone has produced so far. The accommodate the bump created by the cameras, the back panel has a protrusion of its own that makes it looks like the cameras are getting out of the phone. This is not something you might like at the first glance but if you are looking for something different this is definitely an eye stopper.
The images show that the Find X3 pro has a curved display with its volume buttons on the left side and its power button being placed on the right side. You can purchase the mobile phone in black, blue, orange, and white colors. According to Evan Blast's tweet, the phone has a 6.7-inch display with a 1440p screen and a 120Hz display refresh rate. There is a hole in the display at the front-side to feature the selfie camera. The rear quad-camera system includes two 50MP camera sensors, a 13MP telephoto lens, and a 3MP macro camera sensor that offers 25x zoom capability.
He also stated that the smartphone supports superVOOC 2.0 for fast charging and also offers wireless charging. According to another leak, the Find X3 Pro will feature a 4,500mAh battery with 65W fast charging, 30W fast wireless charging, and a dual-body NFC antenna that allows you to execute mobile payments. The phone is expected to be released in late March or early April alongside other two variants of the X3 series - Find X3 Neo and Find X3 light also known as Reno5.
There was a time when Apple used to make small and sleek phones but that time well and truly gone. If you thought the iPhone X with its beautiful but huge 5.8-inch bezel-less display was big, wait till you hear this. Apparently, Apple is planning to build a smartphone that will have a 6.5-inch display and it might be called the iPhone X Plus. Reports also indicate that the next iPhone will be known as iPhone X as well, but with updated hardware, but quite possibly, the same 18:9 borderless OLED display. LG is reportedly going to supply the 6.5-inch display for this rumored gigantic iPhone.
It was quite a happening week for Apple as this news comes in right after the company publicly apologized for slowing down older smartphones and promised to replace the batteries of recent (iPhone 6 and up) iPhones for only for only $29. Also, a key figure in the music industry and longtime Apple Music Head, Jimmy Iovine is leaving the company.
Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)