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News Snippets: Saturday, 11th May, 2019

By on May 11, 2019

It is the 5th of Ramadan (Ramzan) today and 3 people have already died in Lahore.

We’re displaying news snippets in this blog.

So:

To start off with:

There was a big invasion in #Gwadar, as security guards killed about 7 terrorists in Lahore.

On the national security front, 7 people entered Pearl Continental Hotel, identifying themselves as militants.

England Beats Pakistan: Cricket Woes

https://www.bbc.com/sport/live/cricket/47324154

Etihad Airways En/Onroute To Acquire Jet Airways

https://arynews.tv/en/etihad-bid-jet-airways/

North Korean missiles bother 70+ countries

https://www.thenews.com.pk/latest/469902-70-countries-urge-north-korea-to-scrap-nuclear-ballistic-weapons

Russia Attacks Syria, again!

Aatish Taseer Writes On Modi And It Seems To Be The Truth About #Modi

https://www.dawn.com/news/1481442/time-magazine-cover-story-says-narendra-modi-is-indias-divider-in-chief

US in Slumps: Revealed by CNN

https://www.cnn.com/2019/05/09/economy/us-trade-deficit-figures-china/index.html

https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2019/05/dea-says-new-zealand-is-best-market-in-world-for-meth-coke.html

Samsung Tab S4: Tech Unveiled

What Is The Samsung Galaxy Tab S4: Review

By on March 12, 2019

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 is out and there’s a lot more to say.

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 is a brand new tab and its facilitating a lot more:

A 10.5 inch tablet, the new notebook has the following features and specs:

  • S Pen
  • Snapdragon 835 octa- core Chipset
  • 7300 mAh battery
  • Quad Speakers – tuned by AKG
  • 13 megapixel main camera with a flash
  • 4GB Ram/ 64GB Storage
  • MicroSD uptown 400 GB
  • 10.5 Inch 2560 x 1600 sAmolded Display

The new Galaxy Tab S4 is a real computer, because it runs at an Android 8.1.

The strategy revolves around a desktop style environment with individual windows plus multi tasking – Samsung DeX.

Overall, the Samsung Galaxy S4 gets a 7 on 10 rating.

The Good Stuff:

  • Gorgeous Screen
  • Excellent battery
  • DeX great for multi-tasking
  • The bad stuff:
  • Face- Iris-Scanning is hit or miss
  • Requires you to buy key board – mouse for Dex
  • Things sort of seem fake
  • The Tab S4 was a fingerprint magnet with a highest order.

The Samsung deserves credit: It is very unique and a very good looking tablet without too much branding.

Size:

Galaxy Tab S4 is a good example of a straight forward industrial tablet excellent design.

It means around 7.1 mm thin and weighs around 482 grams.

It is light weight it has a grass back with a front (it comes in white and black)- It is well balanced and it is how well you pick up.

The Samsung tab comes with a specialised software with windows, browser tabs and a task bar.

It has the biggest selling points and for a good reason.

It comes with Android.

Therefore:

Galaxy Tab S4 Hardware is about the beautiful screen:

The screen is 10.5 inches in size, it has a 2560 x 1600 sAMOLDED display.

Brightness can be increased to:

  • 10.5 inch screen
  • 2560 x 1600 sAMOLDED display.
  • It is display use
  • Crisp image of Tab S4
  • Highly suitable photo retouching
  • Drawing doodles
  • Luke Cage
  • Tab S4
  • 16 hours of battery life
  • S4 conservatively- There is no GPS, 50% Brightness, Bluetooth
  • Should be above the 16- hour mark

There are a certain few problems with the Tab S4:

The pars were good but could’ve been better.

It has a 13 megapixel camera that shoots up to 4K and 30 fps and it supports a front facing supports – up to 1080p HD.

Samsung Galaxy S4 Tab on Amazon.

For more updates stay tuned at Tech Unveiled.

Amazon and Spotify: Tech Unveiled

If You Are Being Sued By Spotify and Amazon You Are Wrong

By on March 9, 2019

According to recent reports, song writers have been worried that Spotify and Amazon are going to sue them.

However, Musicians, producers and song writers are rallying against this tech giant and that isn’t the truth.

Apparently, Spotify and Amazon were saying that producers are rallying against these giants for they are going to sue them. However, it has been confirmed that the news is wrong and there is no suing them.

The truth behind this is that Spotify and Amazon are trying to appeal to the US Copyright Royalty Board (CRB) decision last year in order to increase the payout rates to song writers by 44% in the next 5 years.

Last year, in January, CRB ruling revealed that the National Music Publishers Association (NMPA) and the Nashville Songwriters Association International was published in February. It has now opened to an opportunity for companies to appeal to the decision for a 30 day window.

Now, it has been revealed that Spotify, Pandora, Google and Amazon have all filed to an appeal.

The four tech giants are filing their ruling – they are planning to fight the ruling. However, Apple Music is the only one who will not file an appeal.

While they say that the news might be upsetting, musicians and song writers should not be too worried about their outcome.

According to Jeff Becker of Swanson, Martin & Bell, entertainment lawyers are telling The Verge that it was anticipated for some time that these platforms will be taking the opportunity to preserve them via an appeal. Moreover, it is also being said that the court will likely side with the higher and increased royalty rate.

Presdident David Israelite, (NMPA) praised Apple Music for continuing to be friends with song writers. However, they blasted both Spotify and Amazon for their decision to sue the song writers in a shameful attempt to cut their payments by about a 1/3rd.

Essentially, Variety claims that musicians, producers and song writers are trying to rally against Spotify and Amazon to sue the song writers. Essentially, they are trying to increase the streaming royalties. However, the outrage stems from some kind of mis information.

Ideally, Spotify and Amazon are not trying to technically sue the song writers. In fact, they are trying to appeal to the CRB (the decision they made last year) to increase the payout rates to about 44% in the next five years.

Hulu: Tech Unveiled

Hulu, Amazon and HBO Get All The ‘Good Things’ In March 2019

By on March 8, 2019

Hulu, Amazon and HBO are going to get all the ‘good things’ in March 2019. This means brand new seasons are coming to these giants and very soon.

Streaming services are making their way to the top and all the big threes, Hulu, Amazon and HBO are going to get the latest streaming services.

Hulu has the brand new Christopher Nolan Batman trilogy.

At the moment, HBO now has the most solid original content.

Coming to Hulu are the following:

Alex & Emma, Astro Boy, Abduction, Rick Steves Europe Season 10, Drifters Season 1, Tapeheads, Summer Catch, Saved!, Witness, Yes Man, What Lies Beneath, Vice, Toys, W.

What won’t be at Hulu is:

  • 54
  • 10 years
  • Bad years
  • Babe
  • Cake
  • China Town
  • Dirty Pretty Things
  • Tombstone
  • Three Kings
  • Valkyrie
  • Wild Bill
  • Words and Pictures and several more.

Coming To Amazon Prime Video:

  • Black Cat
  • Carpool
  • Chinese Hercules
  • Jig
  • La Clave
  • Let Sleeping Corpses Lie
  • Tapeheads
  • The Crazies
  • the Mighty Quinn
  • The New York Ripper
  • Waiting
  • You Did this to me
  • The Invincible Armor
  • The Apple
  • Tapeheads
  • Setup
  • Ride Out For Revenge
  • I can only imagine
  • Middle Men
  • Hanna, Season 1
  • Outlaws

At HBO:

  • PSI
  • One Nation Under Stress
  • The Meg Fantastic Mr. Fox
  • Blow
  • Darkest Hour
  • Underworld
  • Without A Trace
  • Wrong Turn 2: Dead End
  • Spy Kids
  • Liar Liar
  • Goodfellas
  • Fargo

Tech enthusiasts can rejoice at the fact that Hulu, Amazon and HBO are going to get the best seasons- Their subscribers can definitely rejoice.

For more updates: Stay tuned at Tech Unveiled