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LATEST Gionee Marathon M5 Plus

Gionee Marathon M5 Plus full specifications

Gionee Marathon M5 Plus
Gionee Marathon M5 Plus

Released 2015, December
208g, 8.4mm thickness
Android OS, v5.1
64GB storage, microSD card slot
10%813,561 HITS
6.0"1080x1920 pixels


LAUNCH Announced 2015, December
Status Available. Released 2015, December

BODY Dimensions 160.9 x 81.2 x 8.4 mm (6.33 x 3.20 x 0.33 in)
Weight 208 g (7.34 oz)
SIM Dual SIM (Micro-SIM, dual stand-by)

DISPLAY Type AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors
Size 6.0 inches (~75.5% screen-to-body ratio)
Resolution 1080 x 1920 pixels (~368 ppi pixel density)
Multitouch Yes, up to 5 fingers
- Amigo 3.1

PLATFORM OS Android OS, v5.1 (Lollipop)
Chipset Mediatek MT6753
CPU Octa-core Cortex-A53
GPU Mali-T720MP3

MEMORY Card slot microSD, up to 256 GB (dedicated slot)
Internal 64 GB, 3 GB RAM

CAMERA Primary 13 MP, f/2.2, phase detection autofocus, LED flash
Features Geo-tagging, touch focus, face/smile detection, panorama, HDR
Video 1080p@30fps
Secondary 5 MP

SOUND Alert types Vibration; MP3, WAV ringtones
Loudspeaker Yes
3.5mm jack Yes
- Active noise cancellation with dedicated mic

COMMS WLAN Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Wi-Fi Direct, hotspot
Bluetooth v4.0, A2DP
GPS Yes, with A-GPS
Radio FM radio
USB Type-C 1.0 reversible connector

FEATURES Sensors Fingerprint, accelerometer, proximity, compass
Messaging SMS(threaded view), MMS, Email, Push Mail, IM
Browser HTML5
Java No
- MP4/H.264 player
- MP3/WAV/eAAC+ player
- Photo/video editor
- Document viewer

BATTERY Non-removable Li-Po 5020 mAh battery
Stand-by Up to 829 h
Talk time Up to 53 h

MISC Colors White, Gold
Price; the price ranges from 79,000,to 82,000

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Get ready for the new iPad

Rumor has it that Apple is about to introduce a successor to the iPad Air 2 at next week’s press conference. According to 9to5mac’s Mark Gurman, the device could move away from the $499 entry-level price. Next week’s 9.7-inch iPad could start at $599 with 32GB of storage.

There are a few reasons why Apple would make a more expensive iPad. First, according to Gurman’s earlier rumors, Apple isn’t releasing an iPad Air 3. The new 9.7-inch iPad should be considered as a smaller iPad Pro. The device should be much faster than its predecessor and support iPad Pro accessories.

So you can expect the Apple Pencil to work with the new iPad, as well as keyboards taking advantage of the smart connector, such as Apple’s own Smart Keyboard. It’s unclear how Apple is going to name the device.

When Apple announced the iPad Pro, the company didn’t update the iPad Air. The iPad Air 2 was released in October 2014 and could use a specs bump, especially now that Apple has enabled multitasking and split view. And you may remember that the $499 iPad Air 2 only comes with 16GB.

With this year’s new iPad, Apple is going to switch to 32GB, mitigating a bit the price bump. There will be more expensive options with LTE and 128GB of storage. The company will also likely keep the old iPad Air 2. It’s unclear whether the Air 2 is going to get a price cut.

So there you have it, the latest news from the rumor front. While Gurman is usually right, we’ll still have to wait until Monday to see what Apple really has in store.

And yet, it’s a bit intriguing that Apple is choosing to raise the price on the mainstream iPad. In the most recent quarter, iPad sales were down 25 percent year-over-year. Arguably, Apple didn’t update the iPad Air, which could have hurt the sales numbers. But it’s been an ongoing trend for a couple of years now.

Apple is trying to turn the iPad into its own category with its own ecosystem. Instead of thinking of the iPad as “a bigger iPhone” running more or less the same version of iOS, Apple has been differentiating the iPad, and the iPhone with iOS 9 and the iPad Pro and its accessories.

Now, the iPad is a more capable device, and Apple wants to capitalize on these differences. The only remaining question is whether there is a market for this kind of devices. With the iPad Pro, Apple has made a clear statement — the iPad could be the future of computers. The company is willing to try new things and give this a real shot to see if people are on board with this vision

Sedol Beats Google’s AlphaGo

It took four matches, but a human has finally done what many experts first thought was a certainty, then fairly impossible, and now mind-boggling: world champion Lee Sedol has finally beaten Google’s AI software AlphaGo in the ancient Chinese strategy game Go. In the five-match scheduled event, the first three matches went to Google DeepMind division’s software; in the fourth match, the human world champion finally won.

The game itself has a nearly-infinite number of possible moves, and therefore relies on intuition and emotional state to help the Go master defeat his or her opponent. This lack of “feel” for the game is what had so many game players predicting an easy win for the human player. But the very first matchup showed something that gave the software a leg-up, and that was an inability to second-guess himself due to an early mistake. Both players in the first game made crucial early errors, but unlike the human player, AlphaGo couldn’t experience self-doubt or embarrassment at his own mistake, something that commentators attributed to the machine’s win.

In the fourth match, held yesterday in Seoul, it was three hours into the game before it looked as though Sedol might win this one. Part of AlphaGo’s arsenal of game-winning strategies is an ability to correct itself for future moves through trial and error; once the software makes a move and sees the resulting outcomes, that information is stored in order to be called on when needed later.

This entire project has been an interesting look at how far AI software has come, as well as how far the technology still has to go. While others speculate on what possible abilities DeepMind can come up with next for its software, the bigger picture is this: AI and human interaction stands to be an ongoing partnership. The days of having computers take over all aspects of mission-critical thought processes are obviously not coming soon, but humans paired with AI software may be unstoppable.

Interestingly, the five-match series–which was broadcast live on YouTube and aired on local channels–included a $1 million prize for the winner. As AlphaGo has already won three matches, the software is officially the prize winner. Software tends not to spend its money wisely, and therefore AlphaGo’s winnings will be donated to charity.

Pale Moon : A Real And Fun Alternative Browser

“Your Browser, Your way.” (Allegedly.)

I’ve used a lot of different browsers over the years and I remember writing about the Linux based Pale Moon browser back in 2014, and I liked it. But now Moonchild Productions has released Pale Moon 26.0, the browser’s first big update in two years, and the new build has some really nice new things going for it.

Pale Moon

Looks Good And Simple To Use

I like the way Pale Moon looks. It’s colourful, and the home splash screen can be customised to carry whatever news, link buttons, or feeds you want it too. In some ways it’s like having a second desktop, and I found it easy to navigate and work my way round quickly. The new graphics and presentation update have also worked wonders and it’s fast. I also liked the dropdown history button, and the way it’s positioned next to the history bar, so there’s very little fiddling to be done.

Pale Moon has also updated a lot of its internal security features, including adding support for 128 bit Camelia GCM ciphers and the removal of several modules whose security had become hazardous due to the passage of time.
What Makes It Different

Pale Moon now comes with its own browser rendering interface, Goanna. Pretty much every media is supported, and the addition of improved scaling for vector images was a welcome touch. While Pale Moon is originally based on the Gecko Firefox browser engine, the adoption of Goanna marks a definitive split away from the Mozilla browser. That said, Goanna is still fairly similar to Firefox in lots of ways. The biggest difference is the result of the layout engine, and the way it works. Pale Moon has a different set of features to other browsers while remaining easy to use. Thankfully Pale Moon has also struck a close adherence to official web specification and web standards in it implementation and seems not to have compromised, and instead the browser has struck a fine balance between technical advancement, general use, and performance.

It’s surprising how many of even the latest Firefox extensions actually work in Pale Moon. This is partly down to the shared history between the two browsers, but is mostly down to the Firefox extension compatibility present within Pale Moon. That said, the two browsers are, as already stated, not the same, and you’ll have to be aware of the need to check your extensions if you’re coming from Firefox. Not all of them will work, and some of them just won’t be available.

Not that this is an issue in itself, Pale Moon does have its own array of specific extensions and while AdBlock Plus isn’t available, you can use AdBlock Latitude instead, and as far as I can tell it does the same good job as the former.
Dark Side Downsides

Well, there had to be one somewhere. Despite the compatibility mode and the closeness to Firefox and other Gecko based browsers, people who want and need specialised accessibility features or integrated Windows parental control mean that while you may like Pale Moon’s distinctive pretty GUI, it might not be the best option for some. The Goanna move has also reduced the number of languages that Pale Moon can support overall, but that said, it does cover all the main ones, so most people won’t even notice.

It works fine on Windows 10, 8.1, and 7. I didn’t trial it on Vista. It’s also available for Linux and has a low power version for Atom powered processors, which is nice.
Final Words

Overall, Pale Moon is a fast, easy to use and nice to look at browser that is a real contender for almost anyone looking to get away from Chrome and who fancies a bit of a change from Firefox. And, of course, it’s completely free, and you can get it here, if you want to give it a go.

water Bambam By Abed sMart

Water BamBam by Abed sMart

The fast rising Nigerian singer,song writer, producer and also an actor Mathew smart AbedIngo popularly know as ABED SMART, a native of olamaboro local government area of kogi state Nigeria.
Abed smart have decided to make an impact in the music industry by bringing out another great song title" Waterbambam" .
This great song's been produced by the award winning producer BEAT MONEY, mixed and mastered by ABED SMART himself.
This hit banger "WATER BAMBAM" has been the rave of the moment and also currently enjoying air play in major radio stations all across the continent.
With no further say,LISTEN..ENJOY..and leave a comment...

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