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Is Apple really killing the iPhone X?

Is it already time to say goodbye to the iPhone X? iPhone X is a really good device, the camera is nice and lot of people enjoy using this phone. Though it is an amazing device it does not represent great value for money at its price point. According to Apple insider iPhone X might get cancelled.  KGI Securities’ analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said that disappointing sales of iPhone X would lead to cancellation of this model thus production of this device will end summer. He said the main reason for cancellation of this device is lack in demand of phone, specially in china. Regarding the screen size of this device, it is not the biggest screen in the world. Thus this will lead to Apple cancelling/shutting down its device before launching the next one. iPhone 7 and iPhone 6s are still in market and iPhone X will be the first Apple device that will not live upto its expectations. Cancellation does not mean that iPhone X will be completely dead but its updated versions will be launched th

Projector Vs. Reflector Headlights: Which one is the Best?

A few months back, cars were designed with same old styled headlight housing. With advancement of technology cars started coming with two types of headlights :- projector and reflector. Reflector headlights are old style lights found in old cars or in the base model of the car whereas Projector headlights is a new technology which is not yet found in every car Reflector Headlights: These headlights are being used in vehicles since the electric headlights have been invented . It consists of a bulb encased in steel bowl. Mirrors are placed in the bowl to reflect the light on the road. In previous reflector headlights, the front lens of the headlight determined the shape of the light beam. This is also known as a sealed-beam headlight but in this combination the casing cannot be removed to replace a burnt-out bulb. With improvements of technology, in the 1980s a new type of reflector headlights were introduced that used mirrors inside the headlight housing itself to guide the

How to make simple & easy Paper Star

Requirements: Colored square paper Scissors Steps: Take the sheet of paper and fold it in away making a crease in the middle as shown in figure. Fold the paper by following the pattern as shown in figure 2-7 and your paper will look like fig. 8. Now take point A shown in fig 8 and place over point B and your figure will look as shown in fig 9. Rotate the figure 90 degree right. Place the edge marked as A in fig 10 over Edge marked as B.  Place the edge marked as A in fig 11 over Edge marked as B. Turn over your figure upside down and place the edge marked as A in fig 13 over Edge marked as B Now cut the figure along the marked with "X" as shown in figure 15. Your figure will appear like fig. 16. Then open and unfold the paper. Now make a crease over the edges of stars and the paper star is ready.

Autonomous Cars: Understanding different levels of autonomy.

Selfdriving cars revolution is underway and autonomous vehicles is buzz for major car manufacturers. Autonomous vehicles were dream and were only seen in sci-fi movies but this dream is now becoming a reality. By autonomous cars we mean that we just hop in the vehicle and it takes us to our destination . But not all autonomous cars are created equally there are different levels of autonomy. The concept of "Autonomy Levels" was established by the international Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) in 2014, as part of its report, in which the industry body began to develop a language we could use to talk about in this burgeoning field. So six levels of autonomy were revealed by this report that automakers would need to achieve, for building the no-steering-wheel self-driving bubble pods of the future. So automakers are following SAE standard and following are 6 levels of autonomous vehicles. Level Zero (No Automation): Most vehicles nowadays are at this level. In t

Ripple - A Reliable Cryptocurrency.

Ripple, now-a-days in news, is another cryptocurrency introduced after Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin etc. Bitcoin is the one that hit the news last year with its tremendous growth which bring to light the Cryptocurrency. After Bitcoin, other cryptocurrencies hit the news one after the other. As you know Bitcoin, Etherum, Litecoin, etc. all are decentralized cryptocurrencies, where Ripple is the one which is centralized. This is the biggest factor that highlighted ripple in such rush of other cryptocurrencies. Ripple is a centralized cryptocurrency which provides one friction less experience to send money globally using the power of blockchain. Sending money globally in just few seconds is actually what industry and technology demands today and this requirement is fulfilled by Ripple. Released in 2012, Ripple pretends to enable "secure, instant and almost free global financial transactions of any amount with no charge-backs." Financial institutions can process t