HTC One (M8) - The smartphone that changes everything… once more
HTC is concerning the just-announced model because the all new HTC
One or the HTC One (M8). M8, by the way, would possibly visit the actual fact
that this can be the eight flagship smartphone that HTC has launched. Last
year’s HTC One model, as you would possibly have guessed, has been cited because
It’s all slightly confusing and peculiar,
particularly to somebody with a selling background like myself. however over
time it shouldn’t matter as long as HTC picks one single name to whole the
device with and remains consistent across all selling and advertising.
There will ANy doubt} be an initial chorus
of fretful web log posts whining concerning the confusion encompassing the
phone’s name, and a few of them can keep points. however within the end of the
day, it extremely won’t matter a lot of. Now, one in all the foremost vital
things to remember of from the offset with the new HTC One is that appears is
From afar, the M8 appearance terribly just like last year’s One. Having an
equivalent name actually doesn’t facilitate matters either. however the new HTC
One isn't a minor, unvarying update. It’s not a bunch of newer elements stuffed
into an equivalent case. it's a greenhorn smartphone from prime to bottom,
within and out. Starting with the housing, HTC fully redesigned the device’s
case. it's similar from afar however I assure you, there square measure lots of
vital variations. Read More...
|Movie Review: How
Old Are You (Malayalam (2014) by Manju Warrier / Roshan Andrews)
Roshan Andrews tells a simple tale of how a woman, saddened by snubs, carves her own path to glory. This is not a sweeping beauty of a film, but powerful enough to demonstrate how much an actress like Manju Warrier has been missed over the years. There is a passion that comes from its makers and the lead actor that lends the film a lovely touch.
The narrative doesn't claim anything exceptional. It's about a middle-aged married woman named Nirupama who works as a UD clerk. Manju brings in a lazy drag to her strides, suggestive of the inescapable boredom that has entangled her. The frustration of submitting to a routine of tending to her family's needs and office work comes out as harmless expression of rudeness, sometimes a contortion of lips at being reminded of reaching office on time or a scowling look at a junior who counsels her on promptness of duty.
Bobby-Sanjay employ useful elements measurably from the mould of popular woman-oriented tales of glory. This doesn't blot a narrative brilliantly put forth by Manju and Kunchako Boban who ensures a solid presence in the film while playing the role of her husband. Read More...