Apple unveils new iPhones and Apple watch

During Tuesday’s Apple keynote speech, the tech giant unveiled three new smartphones and the Apple Watch Series 4.

See below key upgrades on the new devices.

iPhone XS Max

  • The most durable glass ever in a smartphone
  • Surgical-grade stainless steel
  • Wireless charging
  • Advanced Face ID
  • A12 Bionic chip
  • Dual-camera system
  • Larger and deeper pixels
  • Custom built OLED display

iPhone XR

  • All-new Liquid Retina display
  • Durable front glass
  • Wireless charging
  • Advanced Face ID
  • A12 Bionic chip
  • Breakthrough camera system

Apple Watch Series 4

  • Designed to help you more active, healthy and connected
  • Largest Apple Watch display
  • ECG to monitor heart rate
  • Built-in cellular

Watch all you need to know about the Apple keynote event in two minute below.

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Canada passes historic bill to legalize recreational marijuana

Canada has become the first G7 nation to legalize recreational marijuana.

On Tuesday night, the Senate voted 52-29 to pass Bill C-45, also commonly known as the Cannabis Act.

The bill will allow anyone over the age of 18 to possess no more than 30 grams of marijuana. It also allows adults to sell cannabis as well as grow up to four plants in their home.

The government pointed to several benefits of legalization, including economic stimulation and protecting the youth from criminal operations.

Man who climbed 4 floors to save a child rewarded with citizenship and a job

Mamoudou Gassama, the hero who scaled an apartment building to save a child will be made a French citizen, and a job offer in the fire department says French president, Emmanuel Macron.

Watch video below.

“With Mr Gassama who saved a child’s life on Saturday by climbing 4 floors with his bare hands.
I told him that in recognition of his heroic act he would have his papers in order as quickly as possible and that the Paris fire brigade would be keen to welcome him to their ranks.
I also invited him to submit a naturalization request because France is built on desire and Mr Gassama’s commitment clearly showed that he has that desire!” Emmanuel Macron posted on Facebook.

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Lindsay lohan’s lawsuit Against the Creators of “Grand Theft Auto V” thrown out

case closed 

Lindsay Lohan versus Grand Theft Auto 5 was still a thing, apparently. NewYork State’s Court of Appeals has rejected an appeal filed by Lindsay Lohan’s lawyers against GTA 5 parent company Take-Two.

Lohan has been fighting the company over what she perceived as her likeness appearing in the game and its marketing materials without her explicit consent.

The lawsuit was filed in the late 2013-2014, “Lohan argues that defendants purposefully used Lohan’s bikini, shoulder-length blonde hair, jewelry, cell phone, and ‘signature peace sign’ pose’ in one image, and used Lohan’s likeness in another image by appropriating facial features, body type, physical appearance, hair, hat, sunglasses, jean shorts, and loose white top, Lohan was upset over the game character Lacey Jonas who she felt was a look and sound-alike.”

After 5 years of back and forth, a Newyork judge has ruled against the motion, on March 29,  the Court of Appeals ruled the depiction was “nothing more than cultural comment,” according to Reuters.

The ruling stated that “artistic renderings are indistinct, satirical representations of the style, look, and persona of a modern, beach-going young woman that are not reasonably identifiable as plaintiff.” She was also miffed over the marketing images of a gal on the beach in a bikini, and another of a gal being frisked by a police officer.


Gucci’s 2018-2019 Fall & Winter Collection Leave heads Spun

Gucci models carried replica heads for the launch of the 2018-2019 fall & winter collection.

Gucci fashion week

on Wednesday, the Gucci brand released its fall/winter 2018/2019 collection, produced under the creative directions of Alessandro Michele.

Michele pulled out all the stops, sending some of the models down the runaway carrying severed heads that were exact replicas of their own.

These heads reportedly took six months to create and were made using mods from the models heads, according to vogue. The heads were designed by techno-artisans in a factory in Rome. These replicas were mostly the highlight of the show as it left fan in owe, however most people seemed to love it.



Everything you need to know about the iPhone 8 and iPhone X

After months of speculation the new iPhones are finally here. During Tuesday’s keynote event, Apple announced the iPhone 8 and iPhone X.

iPhone 8 features an all-new glass design, better camera and wireless charging.


iPhone 8 features:

  • iPhone 8 is formed from glass (front and back)
  • Water and dust resistant
  • Wireless charging
  • New 4.7‑inch and 5.5‑inch Retina HD displays
  • 12MP camera
  • Faster CPU

iPhone X

  • 5.8‑inch Super Retina screen
  • OLED screen
  • All-new glass design (front and back)
  • Introducing swipe to go home


  • Face ID

  • Animoji

  • Dual 12MP Cameras
  • Depth-sensing cameras

  • Wireless charging

Watch video below for more.

Johnson & Johnson ordered to pay $417 million after woman claims powder gave her cancer.

Popular drug company Johnson & Johnson has been ordered by a US court to pay $417 million in compensation to a woman who claimed she got ovarian cancer after using the company’s talc-based products.

The case is one of the many lawsuits brought against the company nationwide alleging the company failed to warn consumers of the risk of cancer from talc in its products.

According to court documents, the woman, named Eva Echeverria, used the company’s talc powder from the 1950s until 2016. She was diagnosed with ovarian cancer in 2007.

Johnson & Johnson executives said in a statement that the company would lodge an appeal.

“We will appeal today’s verdict because we are guided by the science, which supports the safety of Johnson’s Baby Powder,” they said.

This will be the largest amount of money awarded yet in a number of lawsuits that claim the company did not adequately warn customers about potential cancer risks from its talc-based products.