Realme 7 Pro is a successor to the Realme 6 Pro (review) and comes with quite some changes in the design and display. The Realme 7 Pro sports a 6.4-inch Full HD+ AMOLED screen and is among the best displays in the segment. It offers vibrant and offers punchy colours. Unlike Realme 6 Pro, the Realme 7 Pro misses out on a high refresh rate LCD and instead comes with a 60Hz screen. Although a 90Hz AMOLED would have been sweet but the software optimisation has been good which has led to smooth user experience. Gamers may find this to be a bummer though. … [Read more...] about Realme 7 Pro Review: The best smartphone under Rs 20,000 in India?
variety of design classes, including app design, branding, logo design, and coding. The program also introduces kids who might not know where to take their artistic talent to viable career paths in the creative industry through Inneract’s mentorship program, which pairs a student with a design professional who offers professional development guidance, support, and connections. Woods himself often serves as a mentor and works with kids enrolled at Inneract Project to figure out what the heck they can do with the design skills they learn to sustain a long-term design career. The relationship starts while kids are at Inneract Project, but the relationship is a long-term commitment to ensure Inneract Project grads grow into young creative professionals: Two mentees I spoke with still check in with Woods on a regular basis, even though they no longer attend Inneract Project. … [Read more...] about One Microsoft designer’s quest to make the industry more inclusive
The immediate cause is a recent heat wave—temperatures reached 120 degrees in parts of California) and strong winds—but the deeper problem is a combination of three factors. First, climate change, which is increasing temperatures, resulting in drier fuel, which makes fires easier to start and more likely to expand. Second, the failure of the government to manage wooded areas through controlled burns of their own, which would mitigate the effect of naturally occurring fires. And third, the continued migration of people forced out of cities by high costs, who are moving further and further into wooded areas that are more likely to burn. Until all three are fixed, West Coasters might expect these remarkable skies to simply become their new late summer normal. … [Read more...] about Look at the West Coast’s apocalyptic hell sky
As a Latina investor at an early-stage Bay Area fund, I’ve noticed that one of these consequences is the limited type of startup that tends to receive funding. There is an element of sameness to many of the problems consumer startups were built to solve. These startups largely target one consumer: the HENRY (High Earner, Not Rich Yet) who mostly identifies as white and monocultural. That means that millions of ethnic Americans aren’t being targeted by brands, creating a massive opportunity to look beyond the problems of mainstream, white America. Startups have a chance to build consumer brands uniquely positioned to solve the problems of bicultural Americans. To me, the most intriguing minority community is what I call the Hypercultural Latinx. … [Read more...] about By ignoring this community, venture capitalists are missing out
A cap on the number of clusters per bidder would have been instrumental in keeping any future allegations of monopoly at bay. One of the potential bidders, who participated in the two pre-bid meetings held till now, said that the cap on clusters has perhaps been relaxed to make the process more attractive. “There seems to be limited interest from prospective bidders (in the entire process) so the first priority for IR could be to start the process… they can always provide opportunities for new companies in future,” this bidder said, asking not to be identified. … [Read more...] about Private trains: Now, a single bidder can win all 12 train clusters