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Friday, 6 March 2015

AKHIRNYA Teka-teki tumor otak Nazim Othman TERJAWAB

GAMBAR imbasan magnetik (MRI) kepala Nazim, sebagaimana yang dimuat naik dalam Instagram.

SELEPAS tiga minggu memuat naik sekeping gambar yang menunjukkan dirinya hadir ke Klinik Otorinolaringologi di sebuah hospital swasta, pelakon Nazim Othman kini dikhabarkan sedang menghidap ketumbuhan otak.
Spekulasi pelakon yang popular menerusi drama bersiri Dejavu Di Kinabalu itu menghidap ketumbuhan otak bermula selepas Nazim atau nama sebenarnya, Nushrul Alif Othman memuat naik sekeping gambar Imbasan Magnetik Resonans (MRI) kepalanya di Instagram pada 18 Februari lalu.
Dia bagaimanapun tidak memberi sebarang reaksi kepada semua pertanyaan dan teki-teki yang berlegar dalam kalangan peminatnya dan media.
Pelakon berusia 31 tahun itu sekali lagi menimbulkan teka-teki apabila memuat naik gambar ubat-ubatan yang perlu diambil olehnya dua kali sehari.
Minggu lalu, anak kelahiran Johor Bahru itu menampilkan imej terkininya yang sudah berambut pendek, sekali gus menguatkan desas-desus mengenai dirinya memang sedang menghidap penyakit kronik.
Nazim kemudian mengejutkan pengikut Instagramnya apabila memuat naik surah Al-Fatihah dengan kapsyen yang antaranya berbunyi: “Sama-samalah bersyukur selagi bernyawa. Alhamdulillah.”
Dia bagaimanapun yang cuba dihubungi Kosmo! sejak beberapa hari lepas tidak memberi sebarang respons sehingga semalam.
Melalui aplikasi WhatApps, pelakon itu hanya menjawab ringkas persoalan yang diajukan kepadanya.
“Minta maaf, saya tidak boleh berkomunikasi sekarang. Saya harap kakak faham,” tulisnya dalam mesej tersebut.
Sementara itu, rakan artis wanita yang rapat dengannya, Bella Dally saat diajukan tentang penyakit dan tahap kesihatan Nazim menjelaskan, dia tidak berhak untuk memberi sebarang kenyataan bagi pihak Nazim.
“Saya minta maaf. Saya tidak berhak untuk menerangkan apa-apa,” ujarnya yang pernah berlakon bersama Nazim menerusi drama Kalimah Jiwa.
Nazim yang merupakan bekas pramugara Penerbangan Malaysia (MAS) mula membina nama sebagai pelakon pada tahun 2008 menerusi drama pertamanya lakonannya berjudul Frontpage.



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Microsoft Tips Xbox Dev Tools for a Windows 10 World

Redmond has new game and app tools for developers to make the Windows 10 transition a smoother process.

SAN FRANCISCO—Microsoft is bringing its Xbox platform into the Windows 10 ecosystem, and on Wednesday served up some tools for developers to make that a smoother process.
The big one is the Xbox Live software developer kit, which Microsoft is now making available for Windows 10. Microsoft's Xbox boss Phil Spencer announced at the Game Developers Conference here that the Xbox Live SDK for Windows 10 is "currently in the hands of managed partners to create new games," and will soon get a broader release to game developers.
The software toolkit provides developers with "access to the vast majority of Xbox Live services currently available on Xbox One, under a shared set of APIs, integrated with the Windows Store," Spencer said.
Microsoft said in blog post that it is "committed to making Xbox Live accessible to all game developers, regardless of size." To further that goal, Redmond is launching a new Xbox Live tier allowing any developer to "engage with the Xbox Live community."
Spencer also announced that going forward, all Xbox One wireless gaming accessories made by Microsoft will be designed to operate with Windows 10 PCs, too.
As part of its "One Microsoft" mission, Redmond has in recent months been talking up the cross-pollination of Windows 10 across an array of platforms, including PCs, tablets, the Xbox One game console, and smartphones. The next-gen operating system is expected to be released later this year.
Spencer also talked up Microsoft's Windows Universal App Platform, which gives developers the ability to create apps targeting multiple devices on a single application platform for Windows 10, now the core operating system for Windows-based PCs, tablets, phones, and the Xbox One.
Windows Store is a crucial part of Microsoft's strategy, the company said.
"For developers, the promise of one store across devices means they will now have the ability and flexibility to deliver content across PCs, console, tablets, and phones, easily and quickly," Microsoft said. "Similarly, by enabling new experiences such as cross-buy, developers now have more flexibility on the features they deliver to gamers across Windows devices."
To make taking advantage of the Windows Store easier for developers, Redmond has created the Universal Development Center. The one-stop portal for submitting games to the Windows also has tools for checking game metrics and lets developers update their games as well.
Spencer further touted the arrival of DirectX 12 for PC gaming and announced a couple of new titles that are arriving on the Xbox One and PCs. Those included Elite: Dangerous, an "epic space adventure" from Frontier Developments, and Motiga's Gigantic, a "five-on-five third-person battle arena game."

10 Excellent Holiday Tech Gifts for Men

Let us guide you on your quest to find him the perfect tech gift.
Don't get the man in your life a tie. Sure, it seems like it's something he needs (and it probably is), but don't do it. No matter how fine the silk or how nicely it matches his favorite suit, a tie gift just has "afterthought" written all over it.
He's better than that.
Also, don't buy the man in your life a pair of pants. Yes, he certainly needs a new pair of pants, but that's beside the point—it's not what he wants. And while we're at it, don't buy him a belt, a tennis racket, a sommelier class, a wok, or a set of fishing lures. That is unless you secretly hate him and want to slowly drive him from your life via a steady parade of underwhelming holidays and birthdays.
Holiday Gift Guide bugWhat your brother/husband/boyfriend/son/dad/uncle wants and needs in his life is the latest technology. And it's not just about status or frivolity—he needs to be empowered in our increasingly connected world. And he needs you to buy it for him.
In these uncertain economic times, it's not like he's going to buy himself a smart basketball that provides real-time feedback via his smartphone. He doesn't need that. It's not like he's going to be entering the NBA draft anytime soon. But he wants to improve his game using quantified biofeedback. And shouldn't he be able to do that?
That's why you need to be the hero in this scenario and buy him the amazing technological doodad he won't buy for himself. For that is why we have the holiday season and that is why we present you with this list of 11 amazing gifts for the man in your life.

This portable battery can charge your gadgets forever, if you have water and salt

The single biggest, consistent complaint about smartphones is battery life. But maybe we’ve been looking for the answer in the wrong places. Wireless charging may never take off; removable batteries are increasingly rare; and external chargers or bulky cases are far from an elegant solution.
But what about a fuel cell?
“We have created the world’s most powerful fuel cell that’s actually portable,” says CEO, Bjorn Westerholm.
The MyFC JAQ is a new product from Sweden that lets you charge your phone up using a simple, credit card-sized cartridge, or fuel cell, filled with water and salts. The product consists of a beautifully designed, pocket-friendly metal pouch into which you slot a thin plastic fuel cell triggering the chemical reaction that will produce the power you need. Each cell is good for a single charge and it can deliver 2,400mAh hours, so it’s enough to charge up an iPhone 6. You stick the cell in and it instantly gives you the ability to charge your device — no more waiting for hours.
There is a catch, though. Once you stick in a cartridge, you only have an hour or two to start charging your phone before the battery loses power.
“We have created the world’s most powerful fuel cell that’s actually portable.”
It’s also a relatively green solution to the power problem. The cells are manufactured entirely from recycled plastic and there’s a small amount of common metal in there. Unlike hydrogen fuel cells, they aren’t filled with a flammable substance and you don’t have to refill them. Technically, you can throw away the cartridge when you’re done, but MyFC are aware of the environmental conundrum in that, so it’s trying to work out a scheme whereby you can return the used cells for recycling when you pick up new ones.
Westerholm told Digital Trends that he’s been working on refining this technology since 2010 and there were lots of technical challenges to overcome. The fuel cells they have developed are impressively slim and light, but contain five times the energy density of gasoline. If you’re wondering about the shelf life, you’ll be pleased to hear that they’re guaranteed to work for at least a year after you buy them, possibly closer to two years.
Related: 15 of the juiciest portable battery chargers money can buy
This is actually MyFC’s second release, but the first one was a niche product for outdoors types that was bulky, ugly, and had to be filled with water by the user.
For the JAQ, it worked with New York design agency, Aruliden, to come up with something stylish, desirable, and memorable. The prototypes that we saw certainly ticked all the boxes. The name refers to the fact you don’t need a jack to plug in and charge this device, though each unit does ship with a standard USB to Micro USB cable for connecting your phone or tablet.
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The JAQ itself comes in three different colors right now, and you can mix and match five different colors of fuel cells. It’s an eye-catching product, and it feels good in the hand.
In the last few years, we’ve seen a host of new mobile devices, an explosion in apps and games, and a huge rise in the average amount of time we all spend glued to our screens, but the improvements to our batteries have been incremental. The fuel cell is an alternative direction and it seems that we’re reaching the stage where it’s a realistic and potentially practical one.
MyFC are currently working to strike a deal with carriers to get the JAQ and its refill cartridges in stores. It will also sell the product directly online and ship it anywhere in the world. The starter pack includes the JAQ, five fuel cells, and the charging cable. Pricing has not been finalized, but it’s going be somewhere around $75 for the pack, with individual fuel cells costing around $1 each. It should go on sale before the year is out.

Read more: http://www.digitaltrends.com/mobile/myfc-jaq-news/#ixzz3TaiEUpzM
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Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge: Our complete guide to Samsung’s best phone

Check out the camera

Unsurprisingly, the camera is updated. As we stated above, you can access the camera by double clicking the home screen. It opens in record time so you don’t miss a moment. Swipe left for the menu and right to edit a photo. You don’t have to mess around with tapping on options, just swipe your way through.
Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge
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The front-facing camera shoots 5-megapixel shots and the rear is 16-megapixel with a F1.9 lens. The back lens has an infared heart-rate monitor that can you can use to enhance color in a photo or adjust white balance.
It’s a really good camera but the best feature is that it traces movement. See a fox running through a field, tap on it, and the S6 will track it and deliver a clear photo or video. We didn’t stumble across a fox in a field but the tests we did proved successful.

Read more: http://www.digitaltrends.com/mobile/samsung-galaxy-s6-news/5/#ixzz3Tahq0uot

9 Gadgets (and Other Tech) to Be Excited About in 2015

9 Gadgets (and Other Tech) to Be Excited About in 2015
2015 is the year of the Future, thanks to that one rambunctious, time-traveling teen with a hoverboard. As we're still in the opening moments of 2015, we're allowed to be hopeful. Last year we saw a lot of awesome but also a lot of "just wait until next year!" Almost every major company talked of things just on the horizon. That's why I asked last week what rumored and not-so-rumored tech you were most excited for in the year ahead.
These are the small futures we hope come to pass in the 347 days ahead.

Apple Watch (And Other Wearables)

9 Gadgets (and Other Tech) to Be Excited About in 20151
Loved my Pebble since being an original Kickstarter backer, but now I've relinquished it off to my kid in anticipation of the Apple Watch. Bring it on, Cupertino!

Windows 10

I'm currently most intrigued by what Windows 10 is going to look like. Revamping a single UI to scale across every screen intrigues me. I don't have a lot of faith that they'll get it perfect, but as long as the chance exists my intrigue will continue.
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Oculus Rift

I really hope 2015 will be the year of Oculus. It's been already so long since it has been announced and not released. The hype is growing back from time to time when news is written about some crazy new features, but reading about it getting better and better and not being able to try it is so psychically exhausting.
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Steam Machines and That Weird Controller

When Valve and Gabe Newell announced the family of steam machines at CES 2014, people were rightfully excited about bringing Steam catalogs to their televisions. But setbacks with the platform's controller and operating system, SteamOS, pushed back any hardware releases until (at least) 2015. This led to some companies selling their "steam machines" as Windows-based gaming systems. However, Valve has said that the machines will be "front and center" at the Game Developers Conference in March. Here's hoping.

OnePlus Two or Whatever They'll Call It

Since I only got mine two weeks ago, I'll probably be holding off til the OnePlus Three, but I have to say, I'm enjoying it a lot (even if it IS too big). So many little tweaks and options that make it a lot of fun to use.
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USB 3.1 Type-C

USB 3.1 and the Type-C connector is more versatile and faster than any USB before. Gadgets are already appearing with this new standard, such as Nokia's new N1 tablet, and other laptop rumors also appear interested in adoption. Hopefully 2015 makes it happen.

Magic Leap

9 Gadgets (and Other Tech) to Be Excited About in 2015
One of technology's closely kept secrets, Magic Leap has been igniting our imagination about the possibilities of augmented reality even though there's been no real concrete demonstrations of what they're working on. In 2015, we're not asking for a consumer headset—if Oculus Rift taught us anything it's that products are hard—but clearing up at least a few of those secrets would be a welcomed start.

HTC One M9 (Hima?)

9 Gadgets (and Other Tech) to Be Excited About in 2015
The HTC One is always a highly anticipated smartphone because 2013's M7 completely revolutionized how smartphones are made. It also just happens to be one of the most well-built phones you can buy. Preliminary rumors are saying that the M9, codenamed or possibly renamed Hima, will get a huge bump in the camera and processor department. Whatever HTC does release to the world in 2015, it will most likely wow us.

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