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The writer is opinion editor,The Financial Express [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Tech Desk | Updated: January 1 2017 2:50 pm Microsoft is planning to launch Surface Pro 5 in the first quarter of 2017 (Source: Reuters) Related News Microsoft is planning to launch the new Surface Pro 5 in the first quarter of 2017 says a report in DigiTimes quoting China’s Economic Daily News The report adds the new 2-in-1 will come with an Ultra HD display a magnetic charging stylus and that Pegatron Technology will manufacture the device The report doesn’t given any other hints or specifications about the upcoming device For Microsoft the Surface Pro 5 is not the only leak that has taken place Photos of a purported Surface phone have also been shared on China’s Weibo but need to be taken with a pinch of salt considering they resemble the old Lumia smartphones The Surface smartphone is something that has long been rumoured but we’ve not seen any major announcement from Microsoft on the mobile front for Windows 10 However the Redmont-based technology giant has confirmed it will be bringing Windows 10 on ARM-architecture based processors as part of a new partnership with Qualcomm Microsoft confirmed that in future Windows 10 users will be able to experience their desktop apps on future tablets phones etc which are running on Qualcomm processors So the Surface phone might just end up making an appearance in 2017 Microsoft’s Surface Pro 4 and Surface Book have emerged as successful devices The company just updated its Surface lineup in October 2016 The new Surface Book i7 which indicates the use of Intel’s Core i7 processor also features NVIDIA’s GTX 965M GPU and has a 16 hour battery life Microsoft Surface Book comes in 256GB 512GB or 1TB storage options priced at $2399 $2799 and $3299 respectively The new Surface Studio desktop was also announced by the company at its big Surface event Microsoft says its new Surface sales were the best in November 2016 and that its devices were preferred over Apple’s new MacBook Pro 2016 The Windows 10 maker also called Apple’s much-hyped new MacBook Pro a “disappointment” especially for the professional consumers We’ll have to wait and see how soon the Microsoft Surface Pro 5 is introduced to the world and whether there will be different processor versions of this including perhaps a Qualcomm one For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: AFP | Rio De Janeiro | Published: July 6 2017 4:12 pm Popole Misenga was one of just 10 refugees from around the world chosen to compete under the Olympic flag (Source: Reuters) Top News What Popole Misenga remembers most is the crowd chanting his name After a lifetime of war and poverty in the Democratic Republic of Congo here he was in Rio competing in judo at the 2016 Olympics as part of the first international refugee team in history But now Misenga was down on the mat pinned in an armlock by his Indian opponent and seconds from crashing out of the Olympics in just one bout Nobody he supposed would care Then came that chant: “Popole Popole Popole” With a supreme effort Misenga freed his arm and won the fight Eleven months later the 25-year-old doesn’t look like someone who ever had an arena full of Brazilians cheering him on You wouldn’t guess he’s an Olympian He lives in a violent Rio de Janeiro favela crammed with his partner and five children into two tiny rooms He’s still poor And he’s still a refugee more than 4000 miles (6600 km) from his African homeland Yet that moment of glory feels fresh “My arm was almost breaking” he recalls emotion rising in his voice “Then I heard people shouting ‘Popole Popole Popole’ and I thought No: if people are cheering for me I’m not going to give in” He holds a photo taken of him after the fight arms raised to the crowd in the arena “So much emotion” he says During the Olympics Rio’s favelas felt like different planets to the floodlit stadiums and fan zones Even in ordinary times they can resemble ghettoes for the poor In the northern Rio favela of Bras de Pina Misenga and his Brazilian partner Fabiana have a tiny kitchen and a single box-like bedroom that they share with their seven-month old baby Maria-Eliza two-year-old son Helias and three children from Fabiana’s previous partner aged six eight and 13 “We can hardly sleep” said Misenga who sports short dreadlocks and massive muscles In the dirt street outside local men accompanied by stray dogs sit under a shack smoking marijuana Cars rarely pass There are few shops As in many favelas Bras de Pina is a battleground for police and drug traffickers Shootouts are a regular danger as evidenced by a bullet hole in the apartment’s front wall So Misenga’s daily commute to a judo club on the other side of Rio doesn’t always go as planned “The other day I wasn’t able to leave for training because everyone was hiding indoors” he said “I was going to go outside but because of my bag the bandits could confuse me for a policeman and the police could confuse me for a bandit” Even jogging is perilous: it means crossing rival traffickers’ lines “They say ‘You don’t live here you live over there you can’t enter here’” Misenga said “Running is impossible” Ahead of the Olympics last August Misenga was a celebrity He was one of just 10 refugees from around the world chosen to compete under the Olympic flag International television crews flocked to Bras de Pinha to hear his incredible story “The Olympics made me famous” he said with a laugh “People recognized me in the street They’d say ‘It’s that guy in the Olympics’” Misenga was just 10 when he was split from his family during the 1998-2003 Congolese war in which millions died After fleeing alone into a forest he ended up living in UN refugee camps and it was there that he learned judo — and thrived The talented athlete won regional championships and made the national team But sporting success brought new misery at the hands of brutal coaches who locked him in a cage without food when he lost When Misenga was sent to Rio to compete in the World Championships in 2013 he fled again disappearing into the city much in the same the way he’d once hidden from war in the forest Along with a female Congolese judoka named Yolande Mabika Misenga was given refugee status and taken under the wing of the Instituto Reacao a charity and top-level judo facility in western Rio Once named to the International Olympic Committee refugee team last year they were able to train alongside Brazilian Olympic competitors albeit with a vastly shorter build-up to the Games Mabika was eliminated immediately Misenga however surprised many by earning a second bout This time he was up against the world number one and while he had no chance he fought tenaciously earning even more deafening cheers from the mostly Brazilian crowd Then it was over Back to the favela Misenga still receives a stipend from the International Olympic Committee which told AFP it is committed to supporting the refugee team members in ongoing full time training The money’s enough to get by and for Misenga to keep going to the Instituto Reacao but not much else Unlike many other recent Olympians he has no corporate sponsors Fabiana 34 says things are better than they were a year ago There’s a new fridge a kitchen table “Life has improved in the financial sense” she said “We have money to pay rent and things for the kids” However they yearn for Misenga to find a sponsor enabling them actually to save money and even to buy their own apartment in the favela They’re far from that Right now they worry about the fees Misenga must pay to enter competitions Just to get to training requires four bus tickets each day And the financial struggle wounds Misenga’s pride “I feel very different to the other Olympic athletes” he said “I don’t have a sponsor because I’m a refugee” With rough Portuguese language skills and little experience outside judo or refugee camps Misenga would have few job opportunities even if he did quit serious sport He talks of boxing and becoming a prize fighter in mixed martial arts “I’d love someone to come from the United States saying: ‘Popole you’re going to fight MMA’” But his biggest fight goes far beyond the judo mat or boxing ring “My dream is simple” he says “To provide security for my son for all my family because one day you get old you don’t always stay strong And I have to help them” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: May 17 2017 5:11 pm Deepika Padukone at Cannes 2017: This is Deepika’s first walk at the Cannes red carpet and her second appearance at the Film Festival after 2010 Related News Deepika Padukone is making heads turn with her red carpet debut at Cannes 2017 But just when we were swooning over her fiery red avatar and giving her a thumbs-up for her eye-grabbing first look at the prestigious event Deepika discovered something exciting about her ensemble No it isn’t about the designer or the label she is wearing neither is it about her flashy appearance at the French Riviera Rather it is something to do with a WhatsApp emoji Yes our xXx: The Return of Xander Cage star is the girl in red the twirling dancing emoji which is a favourite of a lot of people Also read |Deepika Padukone at Cannes 2017: Deepika’s first appearance at Cannes is fiery red See photos video Just before taking to the red carpet Deepika reshared a post by Vanity Fair editor Elizabeth Saltzman where she has compared the Bollywood star to the girl in red on the list of our WhatsApp emojis Elizabeth shared a gif of Deepika on her Instagram page where the actor is twirling happily in her Cannes gown She captioned the image as “My favourite emoji @deepikapadukone ???” A happy Deepika reposted the image on all the social media handles giving an approval to Elizabeth #Repost elizabethsaltzman (get_repost) ? My favourite emoji @deepikapadukone ??? or generally for good old banter. ‘Defend while you defend,the rural development minister, Abhi takes a sigh of relief. Chopra is happy that the idea for his thriller has finally been realised. Gujarat.
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