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  1. If you are done to death with Netflix (and chilling?), maybe it’s time you explored art by being smart. Thanks to Google Arts & Culture you can now view some of the best and most celebrated art the world has to offer from the confines of your humble abode.So while there’s sadly no sign of coronavirus leaving us any time soon, instead of being hapless inside let’s make the most of technology, with the chance to virtually dip into many of the most pre-eminent art collections on the planet.How to…
  2. Apple may insist that the iPad Pro isn’t a laptop replacement, but this high-end tablet is closer than ever to becoming one, as evidenced by the new model announced this week.Apple did it. The new 2020 iPad Pro is finally a thing:-Ultrawide camera + 3D LiDAR depth scanner-New A12Z processor-NEW Magic Keyboard with scissor keys, backlighting, USB C port#apple #ipadpro pic.twitter.com/8ftp4AyZrO— Canoopsy (@Canoopsy) March 18, 2020View this post on InstagramA post shared by MulkyTech™ OFFICIAL (…
  3. Are you using Zoom yet? Chances are, if you're one of the tens of millions of people currently working from home or out of school due to the coronavirus pandemic, you've quickly become familiar with the teleconferencing software.But beyond being a productivity tool, Zoom has become a place where friends are organising virtual happy hours and where families are staying in touch as the coronavirus pandemic keeps us all separated and indoors.Whatever the case may be, Zoom is suddenly everywhere…
  4. 2020 is the decade of empowerment and self-improvement – whether it be in taking charge of your mental and physical health or sinking yourself into your hobbies, it's time to get your butt into gear.Have you set yourself another new year's resolution you're still yet to follow through on? Well, while January and February and most of March has flown by, it's not too late to start!And the best motivation? A nagging app to keep you in check. So, whether you wanted to start running, learn a new…
  5. The Airbus A320neo was a game-changer for airlines and is now being eyed by the private jet industry.The first next-generation aircraft to be produced by the European manufacturer, the A320neo promised and delivered lower operating costs and increased efficiency compared to the previous generation Airbus A320s.The aircraft has the same shell of its ever-popular predecessor but features new engines and aerodynamically friendly sharklet wingtips, both aiding its reduced fuel consumption and…
  6. Silicon Valley is a breeding ground for rivalries.In a place where world-changing ideas are born and billions of dollars are at stake, it’s only natural that rivalries develop between Silicon Valley’s power players, ranging from friendly sparring to pointed critiques.While some feuds, like the one between Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff and Oracle founder Larry Ellison, appear to be born out of a close friendship and mutual respect, others – like the one between Mark Zuckerberg and Evan Spiegel –…
  7. The chaos caused by the coronavirus outbreak, known as Covid-19, is far from over and the perils of being near your fellow man are becoming very real. We may need a superhero of sorts to save us from this threat. How about becoming your own superman or – in the words of Chinese designer Sun Dayong – Be a Batman.Believe it or not, becoming your own Batman is easier than it sounds. Unlike, say, a Spider-Man costume, this one does not require much in the way of creating the look. The Be a Batman…
  8. There is a high probability that the first person to live to a thousand has already been born. So says one of the world’s top ageing scientists, British biomedical gerontologist Dr Aubrey de Grey. In the near future, we might check ourselves in to a clinic every decade for a service, similar to what we do with cars, to keep our body running at peak condition for centuries.It may sound far fetched – dreams of immortality are as old as humanity itself. But de Grey keeps reducing the amount of…
  9. Fashion brands have lent a hefty helping hand to monuments around the world in the past two decades: Versace and Prada notably opened their wallets for the restoration of Milan’s Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II landmark as early as 2008, followed by Diesel’s renovation of Rialto Bridge in Venice seven years later; Fendi’s €2 million (US$2.241 million) restoration of the baroque Trevi Fountain in Rome in 2013; Bulgari’s rescue of the Spanish Steps two years later; and, perhaps most notably, Tod’s…
  10. Six-time world champion Lewis Hamilton is the highest paid sportsman in Formula One history. According to Forbes, the British driver has banked US$489 million in career earnings, topping that of seven-time champion Michael Schumacher. Racing Elite reported that Hamilton made US$57 million from his Mercedes contract in 2019 from salaries and bonuses. He also has lucrative sponsorship deals with Bose, Sony, Tommy Hilfiger and Monster Energy. Hamilton’s net worth ranges from US$285 million to US…