HGH Supplement Review

HGH is the most common supplement which is used by bodybuilders as well as many athletes. Its stacked with many other steroids as well as testosterone cycle. Many prescriptions and over the counter drugs are used for enhancing the performance and they find good results. HGH is also used to diagnosis when a person is suffering with growth hormone deficiency. HGH steroid cycles depend on the situation.


HGH cycle

HGH Human Growth hormone. The human body produces growth hormone in the pituitary gland and when this pituitary gland is not functioning properly, a person needs to under go therapy in which Human Growth Hormone is used and this is synthetic growth hormone. HGH injections are used depending on the therapy. Some these growth hormone injections are used by many bodybuilders and athletes for non-medical use and this is not recommended. When growth hormone is used for medical purpose, injection is used. For treatment, HGH cycle can range for 20-50days and in few cases it can last till five to seven months too. The frequency of the injection and the dosage totally depends on the age as well as the medical condition. Many body builders use cycles of steroids and drugs. Few stack with different drugs so that they can accelerate the results. The cycle can range from twelve to twenty weeks.

Advantages and few side effects

HGH injections, sprays and pills help in increasing the muscle mass of a person and also increases the bone density and this helps in reducing the osteoporosis risk. The person can achieve leaner body, while it has few disadvantages like it increases the cholesterol levels and leads to nerve pain. One must remember that these supplements are for enhancing the growth hormone secretions and one must check if their growth hormone levels are low before using supplement. If the levels are adequate and still a person is using HGH supplement, it would cause serious reactions and may even risk to his health.

Side effects

When coming to any drug, side effects are possible. It can even be any over the counter medicine or herbal supplements. The side effects depend on the health status and the allergies of the person. It depends on the age, diet, lifestyle and the weight. The severity will vary according to the drugs in the HGH cycle. HGH and other hormones also come with sever side effects. A person can reduce the side effects by stacking them with drugs which are designed to reduce the side effects. As HGH and testosterone help a person to growth muscle and make them strong, many bodybuilders stack them. The main side effects of HGH are muscle pains, pain in nerves and joints, muscle fatigue, edema, HGH belly- where belly protrudes due to the enlargement of intestines and in few cases the muscles of the heart are also effected and it results to cardiomyopathy. The other side effect is Acromegaly in which body tissues grow rapidly in face, hands and feet. This will affect the connective tissues and the bone structure. When HGH cycle is not prescribed by doctor and a person is using it, he must be cautious, and purchasing HGH without prescription is illegal.

Blue Yard Capital and Earlybird Capital join Disrupt Berlin in December

Berlin will see Disrupt Europe, our major conference, arrive this December, featuring some of the best known names from the Valley and Europe. Ciarán O’Leary of Blue Yard Capital and Christian Nagel of Earlybird Capital will be among those speaking.


Ciarán O’Leary is a co-founder of BlueYard Capital, a $120m early stage fund based in Berlin that invests in founders decentralizing markets, empowering users and liberating data. Ciarán’s investments include Wunderlist, Carto, BigchainDB, Vectary, deepstream and others from Palo Alto to Bratislava. Prior to founding BlueYard, Ciarán set-up Earlybird Venture Capital’s Berlin office as a partner and before that was at The Carlyle Group.


Dr. Christian Nagel is Co-Founder and Partner of Earlybird. Christian has more than 20 years of entrepreneurial and investment experience. He was Chairman of the Board of Tipp24 AG (Prime Standard Frankfurt Exchange: TIM) and Interhyp AG (Prime Standard Frankfurt Exchange: IYP), which returned more than 50x the original Earlybird investment. Up till the trade sale to SMSC (NASDAQ: SMSC) he also served on the board of BridgeCo AG. He is currently on the boards of CrossEngage (Berlin), Cashboard (Berlin), N26 (Berlin), Smava (Berlin) and Tradico (Munich). Prior to founding Earlybird in 1997, Christian, together with a group of investors, acquired various companies from the Treuhandanstalt (the former East-German state holding) and gained operational experience. He was a shareholder and an Executive Director of HNP Präzisionsteile GmbH & Co. KG, SMB Industrieholding GmbH, DH Industrieholding Hohenthurm GmbH and a number of other subsidiary companies of these holding companies. Previously, Christian worked as an Engagement Manager with McKinsey & Co. Inc. focusing on restructuring, strategy and M & A projects within various industries. He holds a Diplom-Wirtschaftsingenieur degree (Industrial Engineering, MSc equivalent) from the Technical University of Hamburg, specializing in process engineering and a PhD degree in management from the University of St. Gallen.

Disrupt Berlin doesn’t take place until December, but if you’re looking to attend the best startup show in Europe for the lowest possible price, you can get two tickets for the price of one right now.

 Disrupt attendees get to check out fireside chats with some of the most brilliant minds in the business. In the Startup Battlefield and the Startup Alley, they’ll be introduced to some pretty awesome international startups across many verticals.

Plus, if you are part of a startup, multiple members of the media will be in attendance as well, making Disrupt a perfect storm to get your budding startup in front of the eyes and ears that can help take your company to the next level.

Disrupt Berlin 2017 takes place December 4-5 at the beautiful, historical Arena Berlin in the heart of Berlin, Germany. We can’t wait to see you all there!

Apple’s drops AIDS charity branding for its red iPhone in China

iPhone enthusiasts the world over were given a new slab of glass to lust over yesterday after Apple unveiled a red version of the iPhone 7 in its latest move to support HIV/AIDS charity [Red].

The (PRODUCT)RED Special Edition iPhone 7 is the first time that Apple has supported the charity through its flagship phone,  — previous (PRODUCT)RED editions have included Beats headphones and Apple accessories — so it is sure to heighten international awareness and generate additional funds since each purchase includes a contribution to the charity. The limited edition iPhone will go up for sale in over 40 parts of the world starting this Friday, but one market where the charitable tie-in will go unnoticed is China, the world’s largest country based on population.

Despite the potential for sales in China — where iPhones are status symbols, and a unique color can make a limited edition release particularly desirable — the red iPhone is not being promoted using the (PRODUCT)RED branding.

Eagle-eyed internet users noticed the different marketing that the device received on Apple’s China website compared to its website in Taiwan. In China, the red iPhone 7 is devoid of any mention of the (PRODUCT)RED brand although it contains all the other details, including launch date and time.

That’s not an oversight on the part of Apple or its website team. HIV and AIDS are a tricky subject in China. Aid agencies and media have often warned of China’s “looming” AIDS crisis. Despite making some impressive progress among students and young people, government policies haven’t stopped the rise of the disease among gay men in China, as The Global Post reported in some detail last year.

Apple, which has been caught in the political crosshairs in China over its purported use of location data and President Trump’s aggressive trade policies, is likely steering clear of controversy here by decoupling the device’s association with [Red]. That applies to both authorities and consumers, too.

Either way, some analysts remain unconvinced that this phone alone can impact Apple’s sales slump in China. Other rival companies already offer red devices, IDC’s Bryan Ma pointed out — the real test will be the next iPhone, which also marks the device’s tenth anniversary. That device has been tipped to feature a gamut of new technologies, including perhaps an OLED screen. Providing real differentiation from the iPhone 7 and iPhone 6s series is what many pundits believe will boost Apple’s sales in China since previously launched devices were considered too similar for many consumers to fork out for an upgrade.

Apple didn’t respond to a request for comment for this story.

Bittercoin: true blockchain believers vs. the trough of disillusionment

The last 12 months have seemed an annus horribilis in the cryptocurrency world. The Bitcoin community is still fighting its years-old esoteric-to-an-outsider civil war, and is still nowhere near consensus; Ethereum’s public image has not recovered from the DAO fiasco; the much-hyped R3 consortium has abandoned blockchain technology; and the SEC rejected the touted Bitcoin ETF.

What now? Is this a slow death spiral, signalling the sad end of Satoshi Nakamoto’s dream and the motley crew of plucky cryptoheroes who defend it? Or is something interesting happening beneath this sheen of despair and decay?

The answer is: possibly neither, probably the latter, almost certainly not the former. The searching-for-the-new-new-thing, what-have-you-done-for-me-lately mindset of so much of the tech industry tends to equate a period of slow grinding with stagnation and death. This is not so. The quixotic quest for the cryptocurrency “killer app” — one that will bring widespread, mainstream usage — continues, and won’t succeed any time soon; but, meanwhile, a whole panoply of interesting and practical use cases has arisen. Call them “maimer apps.” They include:

Permissionless digital money

This is the raison d’etre of Bitcoin itself, of course, and let’s not lose sight of the fact that it remains a remarkable accomplishment. Actual monetary value can be transferred between two strangers, and this transfer can be demonstrably, indisputably verified, without requiring the blessing of any other person or entity. That’s pretty amazing, and in many contexts — international money transfers, hedging for residents of high-inflation nations — extremely useful. (Which is maybe why Bitcoin has risen above $1,000 in value, though I caution against attributing too much significance to this; in the long run, lower volatility, not higher value, is what’s important.)

…But it’s not a killer app. And even if everyone in the world wanted to use Bitcoin — a very big if, given the irrevocability of such transactions — they couldn’t, because the Bitcoin network can only handle six transactions per second. The ongoing civil war is about the best way to deal with this restriction. There are also proposal for off-chain solutions, such as the Lightning Network, which would support a vastly larger number of transactions that are only occasionally compiled and written to the master Bitcoin blockchain; this does, however, (currently) seem a bit like a solution looking for a problem. Still, permissionless digital money is a big deal, and is enough all by itself to ensure that Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies won’t be going away any time soon.

Permissionless programmable money

Every Bitcoin transaction is actually a small program written in a custom scripting language, limited but still enough to do some powerful things (eg “mathematically require any 3 of 5 digital signatures before this money can be spent.’) Ethereum, the indisputable other most significant cryptocurrency, removes this restriction and allows transactions to be dictated by any code. These “smart contracts,” aka “programmable money,” offer vast potential — as last year’s the $150 million DAO — but also considerable bleeding-edge risk — as last year’s DAO debacle showed.

That said, Ethereum is much more mature and battle-tested than it was last year, and a lot of interesting things are being built atop it. Augur, A prediction market. WeTrust, a mechanism for people to pool money for large purchases. Numerai, discussed further below. And, again, like Bitcoin, Ethereum is permissionless; once you have someone, no one (barring a nuclear “hard fork” of its network) can dictate what you do with it. Only the contract code can. The possibilities are still somewhat nebulous, but exciting, in a vague, vigorous-handwaving kind of way.

Permissionless anonymous digital money

Bitcoin is pseudonymous, but far from anonymous, and every single transaction is recorded on an irrevocable public ledger for later scrutiny. That’s not nearly private enough for many people. (Would you want your credit-card and bank details available for scrutiny to anyone in the world who knew a particular code word, which you used for every transaction? Bitcoin is loosely comparable.)

Enter ZCash, which hides not just the sender and recipient of transactions but their amount, while maintaining a public blockchain to verify them, via the mathematical magic of zero-knowledge SNARKs; and Monero, which uses, well, different mathematical magic (“ring signatures,” which lets you verify that someone from a fixed set signed off on a transaction without knowing who, plus Gregory Maxwell’s “confidential transactions,” which let you commit to a secret without revealing what it is.) Both seem to be thriving and growing. Some will argue that they enable drug dealing, tax evasion, etc; but on balance, they seem to me a much-needed mitigating factor in a world increasingly full of ubiquitous surveillance, and increasingly built on surveillance capitalism.

Permissionless equity

 This is an especially interesting one. In the early cryptocurrency era, scores of Bitcoin-clone “altcoins” hit the market, ranging from the surrealist (Dogecoin) to the interesting (Litecoin) to the pointless and useless. The prevalence of the latter led to these “crapcoins” being written off as worthless and irrelevant.

Of late, however, we’ve seen many cryptocurrency projects funded by Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) — ie the creation of an altcoin, an initial tranche of which are sold by the founders for bitcoin, to fund future development. Unlike the “crapcoins,” these altcoins are not purposeless; if the project succeeds, the altcoin in question will grow in value, just like stock in a successful company. They are, in practice, equity. (Even voting equity, in a way, for proof-of-stake chains.)

This is an interesting crowdfunding alternative to traditional equity investment. But if you’re thinking, “hey, aren’t there a lot of laws and regulations surrounding equity sales?”, well, you’re sure not wrong. Just as the FAA claims jurisdiction over “every device that flies,” it seems very likely that the SEC will claim jurisdiction over these de facto equity sales, and frown on their permissionless, unregulated nature. Although this of course might just lead to jurisdiction-shopping, and new cryptocurrency projects fleeing the USA for some ICO-friendly nation…

This may be why Numerai, a fascinating new project which uses cryptocurrency to reward data scientists for successful stock-trading algorithms, has structured the distribution of its “numeraire” tokens so that they do grow in value if and as Numerai as a whole succeeds, but they’re not a source of crowdfunding income.

Private blockchains

Despite the retreat of R3, any number of financial companies are still building and/or moving towards “private blockchains.” What all the above items have in common is that they’re permissionless; anyone can participate in an Ethereum contract, become a Bitcoin miner, buy into an ICO, etc. But many organizations and consortiums want to maintain more control, and/or worry more about legal oversight.

You may ask: what’s the use of a private blockchain, when people can just use that well-known private data-storage solution, the database? Perhaps a certain amount of skepticism is warranted. A blockchain is, at its core, just a data model supported by a consensus network. You don’t hear people talking about “B-Tree companies,” do you?

However, a database doesn’t make it easy for a group of equal counterparties to maintain, and perform transactions across, a single store of verifiable data that no single one of them controls. A database doesn’t let you make your tokens into programmable money. Both of these things could save enterprises substantial amounts of time and money.

And both are eminently possible with a private (or “permissioned” — limited to a finite number of pre-set partners) blockchain. Consider Monax, which builds open-source tools for “business ecosystems” — and recently joined both the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance andthe Hyperledger “enterprise blockchain” consortium, contributing its Ethereum virtual machine. Permissioned programmable money isn’t as exciting as the permissionless equivalent, but it’s not without its uses.

And next?

I’m leaving out a lot of other interesting initiatives — Sia‘s blockchain-orchestrated file storage, Factom‘s irrevocable storage of data, etc. — but hopefully you get the idea. A lot of interesting and useful stuff continues to happen in the cryptocurrency space. But none of it seems to really threaten to become the world-conquering tsunami, the change machine on the scale of the Internet itself, that was dreamily suggested in the early days of cryptocurrencies — or, at least, not any time soon.

Intel buys Mobileye in $15.3B deal, moves its automotive unit to Israel

First they partnered, and now comes the acquisition: the computing giant Intel has confirmed that it is acquiring Mobileye, a leader in computer vision for autonomous driving technology, for $15.3 billion — the biggest-ever acquisition of an Israeli tech company.

Specifically, “Under the terms of the agreement, a subsidiary of Intel will commence a tender offer to acquire all of the issued and outstanding ordinary shares of Mobileye for $63.54 per share in cash, representing a fully-diluted equity value of approximately $15.3 billion and an enterprise value of $14.7 billion,” the company noted in a statement. The deal is expected to close in about nine months, Intel said.

Mobileye today covers a range of technology and services including sensor fusion, mapping, front- and rear-facing camera tech, and beginning in 2018, crowdsourcing data for high definition maps, as well as driving policy intelligence underlying driving decisions. This deal will bring under Intel’s umbrella not only a much bigger range of the different pieces that go into autonomous driving systems, but also a number of relationships with automakers. In the call today, Mobileye’s CTO and co-founder Amnon Shashua said the company is working with 27 car manufacturers, including 10 production programs with Audi, BMW and others going into 2016.

“This acquisition is a great step forward for our shareholders, the automotive industry and consumers,” said Brian Krzanich, Intel CEO, in a statement. “Intel provides critical foundational technologies for autonomous driving including plotting the car’s path and making real-time driving decisions. Mobileye brings the industry’s best automotive-grade computer vision and strong momentum with automakers and suppliers. Together, we can accelerate the future of autonomous driving with improved performance in a cloud-to-car solution at a lower cost for automakers.”

“We expect the growth towards autonomous driving to be transformative. It will provide consumers with safer, more flexible, and less costly transportation options, and provide incremental business model opportunities for our automaker customers,” Ziv Aviram, Mobileye Co-Founder, President and CEO, added.  “By pooling together our infrastructure and resources, we can enhance and accelerate our combined know-how in the areas of mapping, virtual driving, simulators, development tool chains, hardware, data centers and high-performance computing platforms. Together, we will provide an attractive value proposition for the automotive industry.”

Confirming our earlier report, Intel said that Mobileye’s CTO and co-founder, Prof. Amnon Shashua, will lead Intel’s autonomous driving division, which will be based in Israel. Doug Davis, Intel’s SVP, will oversee how Mobileye and Intel work together across the whole company and will report to Shashua.

Other notable exits that have also tapped into Israel’s expertise in computer vision and machine learning have included Google buying mapping startup Waze for $1.1 billion and Apple buying 3D sensor specialist PrimeSense for reportedly around $300 million.

The negotiations about what stays where for Mobileye and Intel are reminiscent of one of the other big M&A deals in Israel’s tech history, concerning Waze. Originally, Waze was being courted by Facebook, although there were disagreements over where Waze’s staff would be centered: engineering wanted to stay in Israel while Facebook was keen to get the to Facebook’s HQ in Menlo Park. Ultimately that delay led to Google swooping in, agreeing to Waze’s terms, and closing the deal.

Intel has been working officially with Mobileye since last year. Earlier this year, with BMW, the two started to test 40 self-driving cars equipped with the two companies’ technology. Mobileye was also an early partner of Tesla’s for its autonomous technology, although that relationship is ending amid some controversial undertones about safety measures at the carmaker. Other investments that Intel has made in the space of cars include takin a stake in Here (which will feed into the mapping initiatives at Mobileye); acquiring Itseez and Yogitech for safety and navigation functionalities in autonomous cars; and making a commitment of at least $250 million to the space (which sounds so tiny considering today’s price tag); keeping a strong presence at auto shows, and in November launching a dedicated autonomous driving group, which is headed up by Doug Davis, who will now report to Mobileye’s CTO.

Mobileye went public on the Nasdaq in 2014 and currently has a market cap of about $10.5 billion. It’s trading up now more than 33 percent ahead of the market opening on the news. As a point of context, the company had moved only 0.83% on Friday’s trades.

 Intel had been a leader in processors at the peak of the PC era, although it has competed hard (and often lost) as smartphones overtook the larger devices as consumers’ computers of choice.

Moving deeper into self-driving technology is part of Intel’s bigger strategy to build up its position in emerging areas of computing. Other verticals that Intel has focused on include connected “objects” (IoT) and virtual and augmented reality. It has been following through on this strategy with acquisitions as well as organic growth.

“The combination is expected to accelerate innovation for the automotive industry and position Intel as a leading technology provider in the fast-growing market for highly and fully autonomous vehicles,” the company continued. “Intel estimates the vehicle systems, data and services market opportunity to be up to $70 billion by 2030. The transaction extends Intel’s strategy to invest in data-intensive market opportunities that build on the company’s strengths in computing and connectivity from the cloud, through the network, to the device.”

Intel has disclosed several other acquisitions in Israel to fill out that strategy, including buying a personal assistant platform from Ginger Software; Omek Interactive for gesture-based technologies; and Replay Technologies for 3D video.

Intel is not the only company that is investing in and acquiring startups in the area of computer vision to raise its game in the area of autonomous cars.

Just earlier today, Valeo, the automotive parts giant, announced that it had acquired gestigon, a start‑up out of Germany that develops in-car 3D image processing software — used both to communicate to the driver as well as pick up signals from within the car and from the driver to communicate to a self-driving (or partially self-driving) car what to do next.

Terms of the deal, which includes staff as well as IP, were not disclosed. Valeo has been a regular investor in autonomous driving tech, taking a stake, for example, in French autonomous shuttle company Navya and getting a license in California to test self-driving cars. This latest acquisition shows that it remains serious about doing more in this area.

We’ll be dialling into the companies’ call with investors in about 30 minutes and will update this story with more then.

How to Increase Growth Hormone?

Growth hormone production in your body is at its peak level amid pubescence yet with the onset of adolescence it starts declining and this drop in growth hormone production sets into the motion the aging procedure which affects and weakens almost all your body faculties. The vast majority start feeling the impacts of age by late thirties or early forties. Increasing HGH production in your body can help you hold over age impacts and restore your childhood. Despite the fact that there are a few techniques for HGH supplements, you can make your body create more HGH naturally with the assistance of some basic tips and traps. Read below to know more on how to get more growth hormone?

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How to Increase Growth Hormone

  1. Work out

Resistances training as well as cardio activities are great for opening growth hormone production in your body. It is not shocking that individuals who are physically active look fit and more youthful as compared to the individuals who are physically inactive. Therefore, attempt to exercise for at least 4-5 days seven days.

  1. L-arginine

This is an amino acid that can do wonders for your body and health. It is demonstrated to increase the production of growth hormone in your body. Not just this, it also stimulates the production of testosterone in men. Food wellsprings of l-arginine incorporate lean meat, nuts and beans, poultry and dairy items, oatmeal and so on., Try to incorporate such items in your eating routine. No wonder, a ton of muscle heads take arginine supplements!

  1. Get Enough Sleep

It is important to remember that growth hormone is released in heartbeats by your pituitary gland amid the initial few phases of REM rest. This is that part of rest in which you tend to dream. Lack of rest, in this manner, can affect the production of growth hormone and can actually bring about faster aging. Thus, hit the bed early and make beyond any doubt that you rest for at least 7-8 hours consistently.

  1. Natural HGH Supplements

Such supplements are really “hot” among individuals searching for anti aging solutions. In fact, they are a major breakthrough in anti aging and the best part is that they are totally safe and without symptoms. Not just this, they also end up being far more affordable as compared to other anti aging items and procedures.

What is all the more intriguing is that such supplements can guarantee an entire body transformation and can and can make you look and feel considerably more youthful. Such supplements are packed with natural fixings, mainly amino acids and different supplements that stimulate the production of growth hormone in your body. Such supplements can help diminish wrinkles and make you get a more youthful looking skin. They can also support your metabolism, increase vitality levels, decrease fat and increase lean muscle. They can also lower LDL cholesterol and lift charisma. Not just this, they can also enhance your rest quality and elevate state of mind.

Top indent supplements are clinically approved and symptoms free. Not just this, they can contain up to 1000mg of amino acids for every serving. This is what separates a decent supplement from the rest.

Moto G5 Live Images Leak Ahead of MWC 2017; Specifications Spotted on Benchmark Site

Lenovo’s upcoming Moto G5 and Moto G5 Plus have been leaked several times over the past few weeks. With leaked renders to live images, it is almost confirmed what the devices will look like. However, if there was any lingering doubts, a new batch of leaks has emerged that reveal the design as well as benchmark listing of the devices.

On Friday, specifications for the Moto G5 were spotted on GFXBench. Based on the listing, the Moto G5 running Android 7.0 Nougat out-of-the-box will feature a 5-inch full-HD (1080×1920 pixels) display. The device sports a 1.4GHz octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor and Adreno 505 GPU. The listing hints at two models – one with 2GB of RAM and the other with 3GB of RAM. The device will also likely be offered in 16GB or 32GB internal storage options.

These specifications are in line with last week’s leak by Spanish listing K-Tronix. However, while K-Tronix claimed a 13-megapixel rear camera for the Moto G5, the GFXBench listing shows 12-megapixel.

Meanwhile, the Moto G5 Plus is said to feature a 5.2-inch full-HD display, powered by 2GHz octa-core Snapdragon 625 SoC. The device is expected to pack 3000mAh battery with TurboPower charging, according to the most recent rumour.

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Separately, some images of what looks to be the Moto G5 were spotted on OLX’s Brazilian site, according to AndroidPure. The images show the handset as well as the box it will likely come packaged in. One of the images show the device next to a battery (which means removable back panel), a pair of earphones, charger and the box itself. The listing has since been taken down.

The Moto G5 and Moto G5 Plus are expected to be unveiled at MWC 2017 on February 26.

Nokia 3310 Reboot Tipped to Run Series 30+ Ahead of MWC 2017 Launch

As we approach Nokia 3310 reboot phone’s launch at MWC 2017, more details about the device have shown up on the Internet. The new information suggests that the reboot of the Nokia 3310 phone will feature a colour screen and run Series 30+ user interface. Nokia’s MWC event is set to begin at 4:30pm CET (9pm IST) on Sunday.

Nokia 3310 Reboot Tipped to Run Series 30+ Ahead of MWC 2017 Launch

The new details about the Nokia 3310 reboot, provided by prolific tipster Evan Blass, suggest that the upcoming phone will run the Nokia Series 30+ user interface – last seen on HMD Global’s Nokia 150 that was launched in December, and as far back as the Nokia 108 in 2013. As previously anticipated, Blass adds the feature phone will bear a colour display, unlike its predecessor, which featured a monochrome screen.

Evan Blass aka @evleaks has further tipped that the feature phone will come in multiple colours with possibly swappable faceplates. To give a better perspective of how the phone shapes up, Blass has asked readers to imagine a mashup of original Nokia 3310 and the new Nokia 150, possibly referring to the classic phone’s form factor running the recent offering’s operating system.

A recent leak suggested that HMD Global, the company that currently holds the right to manufacture and sell phones under Nokia brand name, will now stray away too much from the design of the original Nokia 3310 phone to retain the sturdy form factor and bring out the nostalgia. As per the leak, the phone’s display will be larger and will be accompanied by a physical keyboard whose key size and structure will be changed from the original.

The Nokia 3310 reboot will reportedly be priced at EUR 59 (roughly Rs. 4,000), and will be made available soon after its launch at MWC 2017 on Sunday. It is expected to be made available in three colour variants – red, yellow, and green. HMD Global will reportedly partner with Carphone Warehouse to launch the new feature phone in the UK.

Besides the Nokia 3310 refresh, Nokia is expected to launch two budget Nokia devices – Nokia 3 and Nokia 5 on Sunday. Further, the company can possibly announce the global availability of the Nokia 6 smartphone.

PewDiePie Dropped by Disney, YouTube Over Anti-Semitic Videos

YouTube star Felix Kjellberg (SHEHL’-burg), who goes by the name PewDiePie online, has been dropped from Disney’s Maker Studios and YouTube has cancelled his reality series following a Wall Street Journal report that he made anti-Semitic videos.

PewDiePie Dropped by Disney, YouTube Over Anti-Semitic Videos

Kjellberg has amassed more than 53 million subscribers to his YouTube account and his videos routinely receive millions of views.

Maker Studios says in a statement that Kjellberg has built his following by being “provocative and irreverent,” but “clearly went too far in this case and the resulting videos are inappropriate.”

YouTube tells The Wrap that it’s cancelling the release of ‘Scare PewDiePie’ Season 2 and dropping his channel from Google Preferred.

Kjellberg said in a Tumblr post Sunday that his content is entertainment and he didn’t mean any offense. He says he doesn’t support “hate-based groups.”

Kjellberg didn’t immediately respond to an email from The Associated Press seeking comment.

Reliance Jio, Samsung to Host Joint Event on February 28 at MWC 2017

Apart from its exclusive press conference at MWC 2017 on February 26, Samsung is joint hosting another event at the Barcelona trade show – a joint event with newbie telecom operator Reliance Jio. The event looks to “foster engagement and participation among industry leaders, governments, and communities, by discussing Jio’s successful 4G LTE business and how it has transformed the everyday lives of 1.3 billion Indians.”

Reliance Jio, Samsung to Host Joint Event on February 28 at MWC 2017

The Samsung and Reliance Jio joint event will be held on February 28 at 1.15pm IST (8:45am CET). It appears to be a platform for Reliance Jio to market itself for potential international business, and maybe also announce international expansion plans. Reliance Jio commenced its services in India in September, and has managed to rake in millions of subscribers since then. According to Telecom Regulatory Authority of India’s recent data, Indian subscriber base grew by 21.02 million to cross 1.12 billion in November 2016. Most of the credit for this goes to Reliance Jio.

The telecom operator brought the ‘4G revolution’ in the country, by offering free data and voice calls for six months. The free plan will end on March 31, after which plans for data will be introduced, but voice calling looks to remain free forever. The plans have attracted a huge subscriber base, so much so, that it created a world record of adding 16 million users in its first month of operations. In January, the operator reported it had managed to garner 72.4 million subscribers in just 4 months.

Samsung was one of Jio’s initial partners in India, and this partnership looks to make impacts in international markets as well. The invite says the press conference will also see Reliance Jio share the contributions of made by Samsung as a solutions partner for the operator, and adds, “We hope for this to benefit participants in understanding how we have and will make impacts at local and international levels for the growth of the industry.” The event will be hosted by President of Reliance Jio, Jyotindra Thacker and President Head of Networks Business at Samsung Electronics, Youngky Kim.

This will be Reliance Jio’s first appearance at MWC, and is monumental for the company’s growth in such a short time. As for Samsung, it is alternatively expected to launch the Galaxy Tab S3 at its event on February 26, and also show a one-minute video teaser of the Galaxy S8 smartphone.