The camera UI, upfront, highlights three options above the shutter button — Video, Photo, and Portrait. Other options like the ‘Ultra 64MP’, ‘Nightscape’, ‘ Expert’, etc., can be found in the side menu. We would have appreciated Realme had they added the ultra-wide option in the same toggle as the 1x, 2x, and 5x digital zoom options. Even the ‘Ultra macro’ mode is located on the side menu, which may be difficult to find if you are a new Realme user. … [Read more...] about Realme X2 review: Is this the best value for money smartphone under Rs 20,000?
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5. Craft a compelling narrative on why you are looking to go from X to Y Humans think in stories, not in facts. Any hiring manager will want to know “what’s your story, and why you’re seeking to make this change?” Craft an unforgettable answer to that inevitable question. This is an opportunity to articulate how past interests and goals have brought you to this point, and how your core values, soft skills, and hard skills will be valuable to this new organization. … [Read more...] about Follow these 5 tips if you want to make a career pivot
When we compare the U.S. to Europe, it’s clear our cities still have far to go to be more environmentally friendly and, related, have less traffic congestion, and Schewel admits this, too. “There’s lots of different countries in Europe, but in general, the amount of funds available to invest in sustainable transportation infrastructure is radically greater than in American cities. With that much money and those many resources, you have a lot more tools in your toolkit,” she says. “From a big picture policy perspective, we need to put more money in this, but a mayor or city planner today can’t wait for federal policy to change.” … [Read more...] about Which U.S. cities’ transportation networks are doing the best for the climate?
But in other kinds of music, individual instruments often aren’t the focus. The thrill of the music comes from the cumulative effect of instruments playing together—the idea that the whole is greater than the sum of the parts. It’s the force of the woodwinds, brass, and strings that gives emotional thrust to the epic crescendo that connects the third and fourth movements of Beethoven’s Fifth. It’s the collective blast of all four Ramones on the End of the Century LP—all their instruments and Joey’s voice melding and swelling into the “Wall of Sound” for which the producer of the record, Phil Spector, was famous. … [Read more...] about How Sony’s 360 Reality Audio makes recorded music sound like an immersive concert
In August, I meet Dennis for dinner at an Asian restaurant near his home on Long Island. The maître d’ greets him as “Big Dennis”; Adam Sandler and family are seated a few tables away. Dennis seems frustrated by the lingering Hate Gate controversy–that several months later he’s seated with a reporter who is still pestering him with questions about it. “You’re here and you have an opportunity to have a conversation with the CEO of a company that’s changed the black experience in America forever and this is what we’re talking about. What is the fascination? I mean, I really need to understand that. We’re talking about a 30-second commercial.” Hate Gate, from Dennis’s perspective, is the latest example of controversy that flares up whenever he attempts to expand Shea’s consumer base. “The heat that we caught for taking our product to Target was, ‘Oh, you’ve been in the flea market and … [Read more...] about SheaMoisture’s Tangled Future