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​LG to unveil camera-focused K8, K10 smartphones at MWC

LG Electronics will show off new versions of its mid-tier K series phones at Mobile World Congress (MWC) next week, the company has announced. The K8 and K10 will have “attractive” pricing and differentiated camera features, the firm said. The 2018 model K10 will have an 8 megapixel front camera with a newly added out-focus feature. LG applied phase detection ...

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Bollywood producers’ council seeks 2-year ban on Pakistani artistes

New Delhi: After Union Minister Babul Supriyo recently made a statement on imposing a ban on Pakistani artistes working in Hindi film industry, the Bollywood’s producers’ council has raised the issue again. According to DNA, Suresh Amin, CEO of the Indian Film and Television Producer Council (IFTPC) said that the council is seeking to impose a 2-year ban on the ...

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Shazam’s Movie Costume May Look Really Similar To Another DC Project

Although Justice League: War adapted writer Geoff Johns and artist Jim Lee’s Justice League arc that opened the New 52 reboot, the movie decided to use Shazam as one of the founding Justice Leaguers rather than Aquaman (Arthur Curry debuted a year later in Justice League: Throne of Atlantis). Voiced by Sean Astin, Shazam joined Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, Flash ...

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Olivier joins Derbyshire as overseas player

Derbyshire have signed Duanne Olivier as an overseas player for the first half of the 2018 season. The 25-year-old South African seamer should, subject to final clearance from Cricket South Africa, be available for the county’s first seven County Championship matches and the entire Royal London One-Day Cup campaign. “We identified new-ball bowling as an area we wanted to strengthen, ...

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GitLab fixes security issue that let anyone hijack custom domains

(Image: file photo) A security researcher hijacked hundreds of GitLab domains in just a few seconds by exploiting a weakness in how the company handles domain verification — a security issue that the company has now fixed. GitLab, a web-based git repository manager that lets developers track and collaborate on source code and project development, also allows users to host ...

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Holi mein GST jor ke is a rage, but have you seen Dinesh Lal Yadav’s Aawa ae Amrapali Nirahua rang daali?

Popular Bhopuri actor-singer Dinesh Lal Yadav, also known as Nirahua, has delivered the first Holi song of this season – Holi mein GST jor ke – which has garnered more than five million pageviews on YouTube within a week. Seen in the video with him is actress Amrapali Dubey, who has also been part of some television serials. The song, ...

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Hussain and Lloyd discuss the shift to T20 cricket

Times are changing rapidly in the world of cricket and this week Alex Hales joined Adil Rashid in turning his back on the game’s longer format. It came after England coach Trevor Bayliss said Twenty20 internationals should be scrapped and he would be happy to stand down as short-form coach. We asked Sportsmail’s experts Nasser Hussain and David Lloyd what ...

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ASIC to conduct natural language processing trials

The Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) wants to explore whether natural language processing is suited to help overcome the regulatory problems the government agency has, as well as if the tech would benefit or aid decision-making. ASIC is seeking expressions of interest from vendors keen to conduct pilots of their natural language processing technologies and approaches, with the trials ...

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