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There's no doubt that we will hear plenty of him in the Oscars that he hasn't taken kindly to the criticism so far. He might want to find something else to watch this weekend. And Iranians film-maker will not be walking this red-carpet tonight and I think and do a lot of the film community, that has prompted them for political speeches.
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Every phonemaker is trying to "innovate" in the same way in 2017, with sleek devices that are basically all screen and glass. But Huawei, the third largest smartphone maker in the world, isn't playing that game. The company just launched its new flagships, the P10 and the P10 Plus, at a Mobile World congress event in Barcelona, and these phones aren't a radical departure from their predecessors. SEE ALSO: Former 'I'm a Mac' actor Justin Long is now shilling for an Android phone The biggest change on the 5.2-inch P10 and the 5.5-inch P10 Plus is the new fingerprint sensor on the front. It's a smooth, glass surface that responds to touches with a subtle vibration, and it also replaces Android's standard on-screen controls (which can be turned on in the settings, if you so desire). Note that like the sensor on the iPhone 7, this isn't technically a button. Read more... More about Smartphone , Mwc , Mobile World Congress , Mwc17 , and Mwc2017
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Muscular two-door offers a glimpse of French car maker’s future design direction and could signal an acceleration of electric powertrain plans An image of the Peugeot Instinct concept has leaked online ahead of its reveal at the Geneva motor show next month. Posted onto the official show website and shared on the Worldscoop forum before it could be removed, it shows what is likely to be a design study that’ll preview the look of the brand’s future models. It wears sharply angled headlights that filter down into diagonal day running lights. The two-door body mixes the shapes of a hatchback and coupé with muscular arches and what looks to be a grille-free nose. This suggests the concept is powered by an electric drivetrain, another likely nod to Peugeot’s future models. Along with its PSA Group siblings Peugeot plans to launch electric and hybrid production models from 2019.
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Berkshire Hathaway Inc.'s gain on its investment in Apple Inc. stands at more than $1.6 billion after shares of the iPhone maker surged.
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What we are seeing is a charm offensive that means the French trunk maker Goyard is poised to go global with its luggage, including the suddenly ubiquitous £9801,140 St Louis tote.
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The 21-year-old Syrian who filmed an Oscar-nominated documentary had problems with his passport.
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The 21-year-old Syrian who filmed an Oscar-nominated documentary had problems with his passport.
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Police say they have arrested the director of an Indian company that said it was selling the world's cheapest smartphone on fraud charges
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The 12th edition of the Soweto Wine and Lifestyle Festival is set to take place from the 3rd to the 5th of March. The annual Festival aims to bring together South Africans under one room to experience vibrant sessions of wining and dining. Emerging vintners will be among some of the best wine makers in the country as they exhibit their finest tastes. To tell us more about this event we are joined in studio by the event's organiser Sharon Cooper, and with her is founder and wine maker, Mnikelo Mangciphu. For more news, visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news
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Harrison, a big fan and friend of the Pythons, set up his own production companyHandmade Films—to fund the project. Why? "Because I liked the script and I wanted to see the movie,” he explained . Harrison not only saw the film, he appeared in it, as Mr. Papadopolous, "owner of the Mount.” Monty Python’s Life of Brian , released in 1979, was a huge hit in both the UK and U.S., and was ranked as the 10th best comedy film of all time in 2010 by The Guardian . 8. HE WAS THE FIRST EX-BEATLE TO SIMULTANEOUSLY TOP BOTH THE SINGLES AND ALBUMS CHARTS. Harrison began recording the songs that would comprise All Things Must Pass at Abbey Road on May 26, 1970, just weeks after the Beatles broke up. The triple album was released in late November, along with “My Sweet Lord,” the first single from the album. Both the record and the single spent weeks at the top of the Billboard and Melody Maker charts in early 1971, while receiving rave reviews.
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The BBC film-maker was kept for two hours during a visit to the country for her latest documentary.
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Still on the racing theme, no walk along the British stretch of Ferrari’s memory lane would be complete without Silverstone. By 1951, Ferrari the car maker was still just four years old. In that time Alfa Romeo’s 158 had been almost unbeatable. With a 1.5-litre engine supercharged to produce 450bhp, it blew everything else into the weeds. In the inaugural DriversWorld Championship in 1950, the Alfas won every single round, a feat still to be repeated. But it had one weaknessthirst – and Ferrari spotted it. So Ferrari asked Aurelio Lampredi to design a 4.5-litre unsupercharged V12 that was a little down on power but would need to stop far less often for fuel. At Silverstone, Froilan Gonzalez scored Ferrari’s first pole, and because he needed to stop just once for fuel and the Alfas twice, he won the race, Ferrari’s first in what we now call Formula 1.
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Muscular two-door offers a glimpse of French car maker’s future design direction and could signal a switch to electric An image of the Peugeot Instinct concept has leaked online ahead of its reveal at the Geneva motor show next month. Posted onto the official show website and shared on the Worldscoop forum before it could be removed, it shows what is likely to be a design study that’ll preview the look of the brand’s future models. It wears sharply angled headlights that filter down into diagonal day running lights. The two-door body mixes the shapes of a hatchback and coupé with muscular arches and what looks to be a grille-free nose. This suggests the concept is powered by an electric drivetrain, another likely nod to Peugeot’s future models. Along with its PSA Group siblings Peugeot plans to launch electric and hybrid production models from 2019.