Driving in comfort mode, the C63 feels tame. There are no unnecessary jerks and the engine, even with all of that power underneath feels like a mellow kitten just purring under the hood. The gear shifts are nice and smooth and everything is calm. At least until you really step on it. Because even in comfort mode the suspension is a little stiff and the bumps are thick on your bottom, this however helps when turning at a higher speed than expected. Then there is the kick-down acceleration. It takes a minute and that’s just a second too late for me, so I avoided overtaking unnecessarily. … [Read more...] about Mercedes-AMG C63 Coupe Review: The little kitten that loves to play
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In the new experiment, however, a horizontal swiping motion will lead to the user exiting that particular story, instead of going to the next story. Snapchat confirmed with TechCrunch that the test is focused on content that’s published publicly to Snapchat Discover, not your friends’ private Stories. … [Read more...] about Snapchat confirms testing TikTok-like navigation within the app for content discovery
For optics, both phones feature a quad-camera setup on the back and single selfie shooter on the front. The one advantage the Poco M2 Pro has over the Realme 6 is the ability to record video using the Macro camera, which yields decent results. The 64 MP main camera on the Realme 6 features better colour accuracy but take slightly duller-looking photos as compared to the Poco M2 Pro. The 64 MP sensor also captures more details and does a better job with sharpness. … [Read more...] about Poco M2 Pro vs Realme 6: Which is the best smartphone under Rs 15,000?
The last few weeks feel like a reckoning has come down upon the world. We are seeing racist brand names being retired and offensive imagery removed from sports venues. Executive teams and corporate boards are scrambling to issue messages of support for Black lives and committing millions in donations for community engagement and outreach. Gone is the opportunity to placate employees with big strategic visions and promises to promote and advance while leadership numbers remain stagnant. These empty actions have no effect on Black employees if this is the first time a company is addressing them, if they do not feel a sense of belonging, and if they do not feel safe bringing their authentic selves to work. … [Read more...] about How industries can deliver transformational change for Black professionals