first_imgHaving launched Redmi Note 7 and Redmi Go series, Xiaomi is all geared up for the new budget phone Redmi Y3 and in a bid to gain eyeballs ahead of the official debut, the company has come out with a durability test video of the upcoming device.In the teaser clip, Xiaomi’s Redmi Y3 is thrown into a dustbin and the top is plastered with the device inside. It is made to tumble down the stairs multiple times and we can see the phone getting hit at multiple points including the display, but in the end, there is not even a scratch anywhere on the phone. Xiaomi Redmi Y3’s shell teased on TwitterRedmi India/Twitter (screen-grab)In the process, Xiaomi has officially revealed the design language front and back. It sports a dot-notch display and on the rear side, it features a vertically aligned dual-camera in the top left corner and a fingerprint sensor upper middle in the centre.It also flaunts glossy blue-hued shell with gradient finish, as it reflects multiple colours when viewed in different angles. Going by the video, I believe the Redmi Y3 features a polycarbonate-based cover with an extra layer of either glass or transparent plastic on top, which is found in rival brands in the sub-Rs 20,000 price range. Is Redmi Note 7 the new-age Nokia 3310? Closecenter_img Xiaomi is all set to launch the new Redmi Y3 in India next weekRedmi India/Twitter (screen-grab)It can be noted that previous generation Redmi Y series has been priced under Rs 12,000 and I expect the upcoming the Redmi Y3 to come with a similar price tag if not less depending on RAM+Storage configuration.So far, the company has confirmed to boast 32MP selfie camera, 4,000mAh battery, dot-notch display with most probably HD+ resolution and 2Pi water splash resistant coating similar to the Redmi Note 7 series. On the back, it is said to sport a dual-camera and a fingerprint sensor.There. Dropped it down the stairs. Will you drop your phone like that? #32MPSuperSelfie coming on 24-04-2019— Redmi India (@RedmiIndia) April 20, 2019Xiaomi Redmi Y3 undergoes durability test ahead of launch in IndiaRedmi India/TwitterThe Redmi Y2 (review) successor will most probably run Android Pie-based MIUI 10 OS and come in 3GB RAM + 32GB storage and 4GB RAM+ 64GB storage variants.last_img

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first_img Now playing: Watch this: Mar 15 • Men can now breastfeed reading • Uber whistleblower: ‘I wanted to speak up, share my story and get back to work’ Tags Her blog post spurred Uber to launch an investigation into the claims, which led to the resignation of CEO Travis Kalanick, as well as 20 other executives. It also put her on the cover of Time Magazine, along with other women who spoke out in the #MeToo movement. In July, Fowler joined the New York Times’ Op-Ed section as technology editor. 2 Mar 20 • Us review: Jordan Peele’s horror flick holds up a dark mirror to Get Out See All SXSW 2019 Comments Share your voice During her talk, she spoke about the lessons she’s learn, one of them being how diversity and inclusion programs aren’t enough. She said Uber checked all the boxes, offering things like employee resource groups  and training on unconscious bias — a buffet of the kinds of programs and initiatives that would signal a company invested in the issue. However, Fowler said, there were foundational issues and systemic problems undermining all those efforts.  “It was like trying to put a Band-Aid on a gunshot wound,” she said.Nevertheless, Fowler focused on how her life experiences and the wide breadth of other people’s stories and philosophical works she’s read shaped her and equipped her to write the blog post and deal with everything that came next. “Live your story, whatever it is, and make it a good one,” she said. center_img Culture At SXSW 2019, Susan Fowler said a “group of people all over the world decided to take their story back.” Rita Quinn / Getty Images In the two years since Susan Fowler published a blog post chronicling sexual harassment and discrimination at Uber, she’s chosen to say as little as possible about her experience.But Sunday, at SXSW during a session called The Power of a Story, Fowler said she was finally ready to talk. “The world completely changed, and for the most part, it completely changed for the better,” Fowler told the crowd, alluding to the #metoo movement against sexual harassment that swept through industries like media and tech in 2017. “It changed because a group of people all over the world decided to take their story back.” In a roughly hour-long session, Fowler stood at the podium and delivered an optimistic and encouraging view on the power of stories. She described Silicon Valley in 2017 as “Rome at the height of its decadence and decay,” with a whisper network of information about the companies and managers to avoid that wasn’t accessible to junior engineers like she’d been. • SXSW 2019 More from SXSW Bill Nye crashes AOC’s session SXSW 2019 embraces #MeToo Amazon’s apocalypse is a party Good Omens brings the End Times to SXSW 1:13 Mar 19 • AOC, Bill Nye and the apocalypse: The insanity of SXSW 2019 Mar 15 • LG ‘Snow White’ makes ice cream from capsuleslast_img

first_imgTandur: BJP state secretary Chinta Samba Murthy said the party was working with an aim to offer membership to 40 lakh people in the ongoing drive. He also said that BJP would win majority seats in upcoming municipal elections. While addressing a press conference here on Monday, he criticised that Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao pushed the state into valley of debts. He also alleged that the government was not committed to the reservation of adivasis in Adilabad. He criticised that the government was defeating the spirit of Swachh Bharat, though receiving a huge funds from center. Local BJP leaders Balreddy, Narsimhulu, Shivakumar, Narender Goud, Krishna, Balraj were also present.last_img

first_imgIndian stock markets opened the last trading week of the current financial year on a negative note Monday. Both the benchmark indices, the S&P BSE Sensex and the NSE Nifty, dropped by about 1.5 percent on profit-booking by investors ahead of the F&O expiry March 31. The Sensex lost 371 points, or 1.46 percent, to close at 24,966, while the Nifty ended at 7,615, a decline of 101 points, or 1.31 percent. The biggest Sensex loser was Tata Steel (down 5.23 percent), followed by State Bank of India, Sun Pharma, ICICI Bank and Tata Motors. State Bank of India closed with a loss of 4.24 percent at Rs 188.45 after having rallied almost 19 percent in the past one month.Stocks that lifted the Sensex included NTPC, GAIL (India) and Bajaj Auto.Though Infosys ended the day with a loss, it touched a 52-week high of Rs 1,234 during the day. Other stocks that touched a 52-week high on the BSE included Ashok Leyland, TVS Motor and Bajaj Finance.Other major losers on the BSE were Natco Pharma, Titagarh Wagons, Vedanta, Hindalco, DLF and Titan. Major gainers outside the Sensex included GVK Power Infra, Sundaram Fasteners, BASF India, Biocon and TTK Prestige. GVK Power closed the day with a gain of 6.43 percent on news that the company has divested its stake in Bangalore International Airport Limited to Fairfax Group for Rs 2,149 crore.On the Nifty, sectoral indices that dropped included bank, auto, realty, infra, pharma and commodities.last_img

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