Justin Bieber is now getting close to a Brazilian model

Justin Bieber has been cosying up to Brazilian model Luciana Chamone while on tour in South America.
The Baby hitmaker performed in Rio de Janeiro on Wednesday (29Mar17) and it appears he is already enjoying the company of the local beauties, after he was photographed getting close to Luciana in the backseat of his car on Thursday (30Mar17).
In the images obtained by, Justin is pictured with his arms around Luciana, while another shows the pair appearing to lean in for a kiss.
The pop superstar, who previously dated Selena Gomez, Hailey Baldwin, and Sofia Richie, will be able to spend a little more time with Luciana in her home country when he performs two shows in Sao Paulo this weekend (01-02Apr17).
His Purpose World Tour will then head to Peru on 5 April (17), with the Latin American leg wrapping in Costa Rica on 24 April (17).
Justin’s new fling with Luciana will help the singer keep his mind off possible criminal charges in Brazil after prosecutors reportedly announced plans to reopen investigations into an illegal spray painting incident on the walls of a Rio hotel during his last visit to the country in 2013.
At the time, the star was charged with a “crime against the city order and cultural heritage” after allegedly vandalising The Hotel Nacional, a protected site, with graffiti. The case was suspended when Bieber left the country to continue his Believe tour, but earlier this week (begs27Mar17), authorities revealed plans to revisit the incident while he is in Brazil to determine if the 23-year-old should face prosecution for the crime, which could land him a fine or up to a year in prison.


Demi Lovato surprises kids at Los Angeles children's hospital

Demi Lovato surprised patients at the Children’s Hospital Los Angeles with a visit and an advance screening of movie Smurfs: The Lost Village on Thursday (30Mar17).
The patients gathered in a room to watch the animated family movie when Smurfette, the lead female Smurf character, walked in followed by the Confident singer, who voices her in the movie.
The 24-year-old handed out movie merchandise and posed for selfies with the kids and their family members, who got to see the film almost a week before its U.S. cinema release on 7 April (17).
Demi’s visit also helped to support the facility’s Make March Matter campaign, which has also been promoted by Kim Kardashian and Jack Black. During March (17), more than 100 local businesses and corporate partners have committed to help the hospital exceed its $1 million (£800,000) fundraising goal.
Representatives for the hospital shared images of Demi and Smurfette meeting patients on Facebook and wrote in the caption, “Smurfette ventured out of The Smurfs village to find out she wasn’t alone – She found the kids at CHLA! She also brought along the #SmurfsMovie and the voice of her character, Demi Lovato. Thanks for helping us #MakeMarchMatter!”

Demi started off as an actress but has since focused more on singing, and admitted in a recent interview that voicing Smurfette has inspired her to do more acting again.
“It was cool to be able to be in a booth recording, because that’s something I’m very familiar with (as a singer),” she said, according to the Press Association. “It definitely made me want to do more acting, because I haven’t done it in so long.
“What was specifically cool about voice-over work is that you can show up in your sweatpants and you don’t have to go through hours in hair and make-up – so I don’t know if I miss that part of acting.”
Demi already has another voice acting job lined up – she’s playing Lenore in musical comedy animation Charming, about three princesses who end up engaged to the same Prince Charming.

All you should know about Samsung's new device.

It’s been a big week for Samsung, world’s biggest mobile phone maker after trying after few months. Firstly the Samsung Note 7 had to be withdwarn after it showed a tendency to catch fire after overheating, then the firm’s boss was arrested and charged with corruption in a bribery scandal which has rocked the South Korean government. So a lot was happening on the launch of its new flagship smartphone i.e. Samsung Galaxy S8, described by one of the analyst as its most important device in the decade.

In the event, the Galaxy S8 got some positive reviews due to its infinity screen & Bixby AI assistant, looks like this launching was going to help Samsung’s shares to record highs. Microsoft also announced its Microsoft’s Edition Galaxy S8, which has same specifications in hardware but it will ships with pre-installed Microsoft’s apps like Office 365, Onedrive, Onenote and many other apps replacing system apps.

You Can Check the Specifications from here.

The Company’s investors seem convinced by the underlying strengths of a business which, as well as making its own high-end devices, makes components for other leading smartphones.

The Midnight Black Oneplus 3T will not be limited anymore.

Update:                   Price:34,999 INR @ 31March, 2PM IST

So much for that black OnePlus 3T being an ultra-rare beast. OnePlus has revealed that it will launch a limited Midnight Black edition of the 3T at a “later date,” making that once-special color available to everyone “while supplies last.” And the practical difference between this smartphone and the limited edition Colette model (shown below)? Er… there’s no Colette logo on it. That’s all. Yes, the 250 people who lined up at a Paris store on March 21st now have little to brag about besides getting a black 3T slightly earlier than everyone else. So why spoil their fun? If you ask OnePlus, it’s because most people just want the device that badly.

Read full story at : Engadget

First Xbox 'Tech Series' Controller by Microsoft

Console players with money to burn might find their stock controllers just a little too drab one day and go hunting for a more stylish gamepad. Xbox One owners are particularly in luck, since Microsoft seems to add new color and design schemes every few months. The latest remix of the console’s standard wireless controller comes in the new Tech series, and the first in that line looks perfect for the aesthete in your life that appreciates geometric designs and military chic.

The Recon Tech Special Edition isn’t too different from the stock model, adding cool gold accents and insignias on the gamepad’s face and nice rubberized grip strips on the back. While that won’t give players an edge (or expanded functionality) like the Elite controller’s finely-tuned sensors and alt-control paddles, the Recon Tech includes the standard Wireless controller’s Bluetooth capability to hook up to Windows 10 and Samsung Gear VR.

Plus, the $70 Recon is still relatively affordable compared to the Elite’s $150 pricetag. As is typical with the Xbox One gamepad options, you’re paying a premium for style, since every other unique paint scheme (including custom jobs from the Design Lab) costs $10-$30 more than the $50 stock wireless controller.

Source: Engadget , Xbox Wire

Apple quitely Announced cheaper and better iPad's

Apple just quietly announced a new iPad , and this one comes with a price cut.
Apple’s new 9.7-inch iPad now costs $329, and comes with an improved screen and Apple’s A9 chip. Apple’s iPad Pro, which has the same size screen, starts at $599.
Here’s what you need to know:
The new iPad starts at $329 for 32GB with Wi-Fi. To get a cellular modem, the price increases to $459.
It comes in silver, gold, and space grey.
It will be available to order on Friday, March 24.
Apple also dropped the price of its iPad Mini 4, which has a 7.9-inch screen. The model that costs $399 now comes wiht 128GB of storage.
Source: Business Insider

Apple Announces iPhone 7 & iPhone 7 plus special edition

In the midst of launching a new video-editing app for the iPhone and iPad, Apple has also just snuck out a new special edition red iPhone 7, to barely any fanfare. (Although rumors that something was afoot began when Apple’s online store went down earlier.) The red aluminum iPhone 7 and 7 Plus will be launching globally, adding some welcome color to the black and plainer metallic shades we’ve had until now.

Read Full Story at : Engadget

Dan Stevens' daughter & Emma Watson to design Belle's Dress

We can’t imagine there are many people out there who would turn down the opportunity to help Emma Watson design a dress for Beauty and the Beast — especially the glorious yellow dress Belle wears in that iconic dancing scene.

Well, it turns out Dan Stevens’ 7-year-old daughter had exactly that chance.

“Emma Watson came over to our house for dinner,” explains Stevens in the clip above.

“And so we’re talking about the dress and the dress design, and Willow — who was 5 at the time — she kind of overheard the conversation, and we were talking away… and she nipped off next door, pen and paper, and came back about half an hour later with five different dress designs.”

The best part? After talking the designs through with Watson, one of them was actually picked for the film.

Source: Mashable

Instagram users can now save live videos in their device.

Instagram first revealed its take on livestreaming back in November and has continued to roll out the feature around the world in early 2017. Today, the social network announced that users can now save that live footage to their phone after the broadcast is over. Yes, the Live Stories will still disappear from the app when you complete the stream, but in the event something worthwhile happens, you now have the option to archive the footage for yourself.

Read This:How You Post Multiple Photos And Videos On Instagram.

There’s a new “save” button in the top right corner of the screen after you finish a live session. Instagram explains that you can only take the video with you without any of the likes, comments or other interactions. As you might expect, the file is saved to your camera roll for easy access. Facebook Live already allows users to save videos for later, so it’s not really a surprise that Instagram would add the ability to do the same. The company says the save function is now available inside both the Android and iOS versions of the photo app so you shouldn’t have to wait to use it.


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