The Realme 7 Pro has the same Qualcomm Snapdragon 720G processor found on the Realme 6 Pro and the Oppo Reno4 Pro (first impressions). While performing basic tasks like browsing the web, scrolling through the feed and switching between apps can be done with ease, we were not expecting a great performance in gaming, to be honest. The Realme 6 Pro, during our review period six months ago, introduced some frame drops and lag while playing games like PUBG and Asphalt 8. … [Read more...] about Realme 7 Pro Review: The best smartphone under Rs 20,000 in India?
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The pandemic has also forced brands to up their game in cleanliness and hygiene. Stores and restaurants have never been as clean as they are now as businesses look to reassure customers that they’re safe places to visit. Even air quality is improving, because businesses are upgrading their HVAC systems to ensure proper filtration against the virus. These changes make for cleaner, brighter, more appealing interiors. … [Read more...] about Retail is having a Darwin moment that will transform it forever
The Trump clip arrives early in the film, a fairly late-breaking inclusion that drives home how brazenly the modern GOP has become in its efforts at voter suppression. It’s nearly the last that viewers will hear from the current president, though, in a film whose scope begins with post-Civil War Reconstruction, but stretches all the way back to the Declaration of Independence, in which “We the people” referred exclusively to white, male, property-owners. … [Read more...] about ‘All In: The Fight for Democracy’ is the only documentary you need to see before this election
Wyman’s work for the government in the ’70s included wayfinding systems for the National Zoo and the National Mall. However, he had his work cut out for him when it came to disproving a stereotype that icon-based wayfinding was “a system that was for illiterates,” he says. While the National Zoo embraced this system of pictorial maps, the National Mall’s new wayfinding was more complicated since it involved many more stakeholders, some of whom were skeptical. Icons are the lingua franca of design today, but in the ’70s, they were still an emerging device. “People didn’t take it so naturally back then, and you had to break your neck a little and you had to go around things like the ‘illiterates’ stereotype,” he says. … [Read more...] about Nixon, NASA, And How The Federal Government Got Design
Make it a big outdoor party The first two ideas by Local Projects would drive discourse and dialog. But what about just generating some excitement? For this, the designers imagine something simple but compelling: Outdoor parties held across America. By streaming the convention into our park system and other open spaces, people could gather, distanced and with masks, to celebrate their candidate collectively, with the sort of energy that can only be generated by many human bodies sharing a space. … [Read more...] about The 6 wildest design concepts for a virtual Democratic National Convention