Month Archives: March 2018

'Huawei
Forex

Huawei’s new smartphone uses 3 cameras to take a single photo

See the new Huawei P20 Pro What's better than one camera to take one picture? Three cameras! Chinese tech firm Huawei has outdone its rivals with a new smartphone that use three cameras to snap a single photo. Huawei, which trails only Apple (AAPL) and Samsung (SSNLF) in global smartphone production, said this week that its new P20 and P20 Pro phones will sell for €649 ($804) and €899 ($1,115). There are a trio of cameras located on the back of the flagship P20 Pro, with one designed to work exclusively as a zoom function. A fourth camera, located on the front of the phone, can be used for selfies. Both phones come equipped with a special feature called "night mode" that allows users to take photos in dark light. Normally, a tripod would be needed to ensure the photos don't blur. Huawei is trying to make up for a lack of name recognition in certain markets with technological advancements and eye-catching camera features. The front of both new phones look similar to ..

'Dedicated students'
Calander

Dedicated students

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Even in the wreckage of Eastern Ghouta, there are students who refuse to stop studying In the rubble of Syria's long war, there are all kinds of images of destruction and despair. But despite all the odds, in the depths of the siege of Eastern Ghouta, there are young people still trying to study and plan for a future. Such students rely on universities offering online degrees - and as well as the challenges of staying alive, they have to find access to electricity and internet connections. Mahmoud, a 20-year-old in Eastern Ghouta, has been studying computer science with the US-based University of the People, which offers degrees to people out of reach of conventional higher education. 'Heavy shelling'He took classes at secondary school in Eastern Ghouta through years of civil war and the siege - but then had nowhere to continue his studies into university. Image caption The shattered home of a student in Eastern Ghouta. He surv..

'The world
Calander

The world’s toughest place to study?

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Even in the wreckage of Eastern Ghouta, there are students who refuse to stop studying In the rubble of Syria's long war, there are all kinds of images of destruction and despair. But despite all the odds, in the depths of the siege of Eastern Ghouta, there are young people still trying to study and plan for a future. Such students rely on universities offering online degrees - and as well as the challenges of staying alive, they have to find access to electricity and internet connections. Mahmoud, a 20-year-old in Eastern Ghouta, has been studying computer science with the US-based University of the People, which offers degrees to people out of reach of conventional higher education. 'Heavy shelling'He took classes at secondary school in Eastern Ghouta through years of civil war and the siege - but then had nowhere to continue his studies into university. Image caption The shattered home of a student in Eastern Ghouta. He surv..

'The world
Calander

The world’s toughest place to study?

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Even in the wreckage of Eastern Ghouta, there are students who refuse to stop studying In the rubble of Syria's long war, there are all kinds of images of destruction and despair. But despite all the odds, in the depths of the siege of Eastern Ghouta, there are young people still trying to study and plan for a future. Such students rely on universities offering online degrees - and as well as the challenges of staying alive, they have to find access to electricity and internet connections. Mahmoud, a 20-year-old in Eastern Ghouta, has been studying computer science with the US-based University of the People, which offers degrees to people out of reach of conventional higher education. 'Heavy shelling'He took classes at secondary school in Eastern Ghouta through years of civil war and the siege - but then had nowhere to continue his studies into university. Image caption The shattered home of a student in Eastern Ghouta. He surv..

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