Redmi Note 5 is tested at the ceremony. -- VNS PhotoViet Nam News HCM City — China-based mobile phone manufacturer Xiaomi on Monday unveiled the Redmi Note 5 and new Mi MIX 2S for the first time in Việt Nam. Dubbed the "Camera Beast,” Redmi Note 5 sports the Qualcomm Snapdragon 636 chip and dual cameras featuring a large 1.4μm-pixel sensor, AI camera effects and an LED Selfie light for its front camera. Priced from VNĐ4.8 million (US$210), it promises performance unrivalled at its price point, including SLR grade imaging options. The company also unveiled the Mi MIX 2S, the latest update to the device that first took Việt Nam by storm over a year ago with its dazzling, Philippe Starck-designed full-screen display. The Mi MIX 2S comes with integrated AI features, including a built-in AI voice assistant to control the smartphone and smart home appliances. It has up to 8GB RAM and 256GB ROM and the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chip. It … [Read more...] about Xiaomi unveils 2 hot mobile phones
Traveling brings challenges both maddening and mundane: fees for overweight suitcases, tight fits in overhead bins, lost luggage and ever-shifting security policies. Fortunately, gadget makers have your back, inventing all kinds of new devices that may bail you out on a trip and still fit in a carry-on suitcase. After reviewing the best of what's new, we've chosen seven time-saving and stress-reducing gadgets to help you check your travel troubles at the gate. LUGGAGE SCALE It's no fun having to unpack your overweight luggage at the check-in counter to transfer a few pounds of your unmentionables to another suitcase so you can avoid additional fees. The Balanzza Mini compact hand-held scale lets you weigh your luggage before you get to the airport and avoid hassle and embarrassment. Attach the USB-powered scale to your suitcase and lift the ergonomic handle. After a few seconds, the back-lit screen displays the weight in pounds or kilograms. The handy scale is about the size of a … [Read more...] about Gadgets you can’t live without while traveling
The Madras High Court recently while hearing a batch of applications filed by various maritime claimants has passed a landmark judgement on a significant question of law. The query which arose for consideration was whether the leave of the Company Court under Section 446(2) of the Company’s Act, 1956 was mandatory prior to hearing the various applications of the claimants while exercising its special Admiralty Jurisdiction conferred by virtue of it being a Chartered Court.To briefly state the facts, the vessel M.T.Pratibha Cauvery was caught in the eye of a cyclonic storm named ‘Nilam’ around 27th of October 2012, wherein several crew members were stuck in the ship with no means to water or food. As the intensity of the storm grew stronger, some of the crew members decided to jump into the sea by using the life boats available to them on the vessel for their survival. However, as the said life boats were not having sufficient fuel, the crew members were stranded in … [Read more...] about Admiralty Jurisdiction Vis A Vis Company Court- Which Will Prevail?