Huawei has launched the most powerful smartphone in the world, at least for the time being: Mate 20. According to the phone maker, Mate 20 marks an important milestone in the history of the Mate Series, being a “breakthrough in innovation”. The price-tag of Mate 20 Pro, available for pre-order, is EUR 1,000. The HUAWEI Mate 20 series is powered by the latest CPU – Kirin 980. Built on 7 nanometer architecture, it includes the powerful Cortex-A76 and the Mali-G76 GPU, which delivers improved performance and user experience. At the same time, the new 40 W HUAWEI SuperCharge charger, 15 W fast wireless charging function and large batteries work in tandem to give users the best battery life. The Matrix Camera system includes the Leica Ultra Wide Angle lens and allows users not only to capture images with an enhanced view, but also take spectacular macro photos. The new Matrix Camera adopts a four-point avant-garde design that exudes personality, giving the device a … [Read more...] about Huawei launches Mate 20 series, currently the most powerful smartphone in the world
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United States First Lady Melania Trump claims she is the "most bullied person on the world" in an interview with ABC, due to air in its entirety tomorrow. Ms Trump said it inspired her to create the anti-bullying 'Be Best' initiative. "I could say I'm the most bullied person on the world," Ms Trump told ABC on her recent trip to Africa. Melania Trump supports #MeToo - kind of Melania Trump set to tell all in upcoming interview ABC interviewer Tom Llamas responded asking her that was really the case, to which the First Lady softened her stance somewhat. "One of them, if you really see what people saying about me." Ms Trump was also asked about the advice she gives her husband, Donald Trump. "I give him my honest advice and my honest opinions, and then he does what he wants to do." Newshub. … [Read more...] about I’m the most bullied person in the world
There are countless reasons why Paris is so magical to me, but gun-to-my-head top reasons; the most basic and commonplace building in central Paris makes most other buildings, anywhere, look like understated barns. In a similar London manner, there is too much to do and see for one person in their lifetime. The style of the Parisians is, of course, unparalleled and genuinely inspires me to live my life better. Leading me in nicely to my final (main) reason; they live their lives better. I adore the French way of life. There is never not enough time to sit outside a restaurant with friends eating gorgeous food and drinking gorgeous wine, and they’re dead bloody right. I’ve been lucky enough to fall into the most amazing group of Parisian gays over the past few years, some of whom I now call close friends. Aside from my love of Paris and all of its style, I find it so refreshing to completely submerge myself in other cultures from time-to-time. It keeps you on your toes from … [Read more...] about My Parisian Pride: Why the French capital is the most magical city in the world for me
Is the presidency just too big to handle? John Dickerson, co-host of "CBS This Morning" penned a lengthy cover story for The Atlantic on how the magnitude of the office itself might be its own greatest impediment. He sat down with Atlantic editor-in-chief Jeffrey Goldberg for an interview in the new "Face the Nation" studio to dive deep into the scale of the presidency. JEFFREY GOLDBERG: Hello, and welcome to the first and possibly last edition of "Face the Atlantic." I'm Jeffrey Goldberg, the editor-in-chief of The Atlantic and my guest is John Dickerson, Atlantic contributing writer who also has a day job at CBS, co-host of "CBS This Morning," former moderator of "Face the Nation" and author of The Atlantic magazine's cover story, "How the Presidency Became Impossible." And we're going to talk today about the presidency. John, you know more about the presidency than many people including presidents. It's disconcerting how much you know about the presidency. So let's just jump … [Read more...] about POTUS: The hardest job in the world?
This month sees my four-year anniversary working for Macmillan. Did I ever think back then that I would be working for a charity?Simply put, the answer was no, but now I can’t think of a role that I’d rather be waking up to every day.Most of us sadly know someone affected by cancer and I’m no different. I know how important the support Macmillan provides is.Many of the fundraising team at Macmillan talk about a ‘Macmillan moment’, a time when reality hits home and it becomes abundantly clear why we work so hard. My ‘Macmillan moment’ continues to inspire me to this day and I wanted to share this with you all. One of my favourite things about the job is working with schools.This particular day I had travelled to a primary school near Skegness to deliver an assembly after generous pupils had raised money for us, such a fantastic opportunity to raise awareness at a young age.The assembly went well and as I was about to leave, I heard … [Read more...] about Guest Column: This is the most rewarding job in the world