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the two beauties Gauahar Khan and Pallavi Sharda were seen at the airport at their fashionable best, and new line of MacBooks. along with Apple’s own chipset.Just like Google Glasses relied on bone conduction for audio Apple’s AR glasses plan to do the same Apple’s AR glasses will come in two sizes one for men and another for women These will have an aluminum mold in the frame The display resolution is 428×240 pixels according to the AMA Interestingly the Apple AR glasses will have a “magnetometer for steps” and this could be linked to functions in specific apps The group explains in apps like “tinder nod for yes shake for no small capacitive strip on arm for accept calls volume functions” etc But if you go by what the AMA has to say Apple’s Project MirrorShades is still a long way from actually going commercial The cost for these could be around $600 which is roughly four times that of the build of materials Apple MacBooks iMac etc According to the group Apple will introduce MacBook with the smart key technology But these will come in 2018 The group has also linked to a report about how Apple is planning to buy a startup in Australia which has created custom magic keyboards Interestingly the group also says Apple’s MacBook Air line is “discontinued” though they added the brand could be “recycled” Apple is expected to showcase a revamped MacBook Air today at WWDC keynote It also looks like Apple is testing an updated design language for iMac MacBook Tests This includes more glass and a darker black body Oh and the glowing Apple logo could be back They also say the 2017 laptops are in production and have been so since after the Chinese Lunar Year Apple is testing a 32GB RAM version of the 15 inch MacBook Pro and more importantly the MagSafe charger could be making a return according to the AMA Apple killed this in the latest version of MacBook Pros which rely on USB Type-C port for charging Essential in 2017 the MacBook lineup will see SOC update (processor) which is an incremental update and the full-fledged hardware change will come only in 2018 say Foxconn Insiders This is something the earlier Bloomberg report has also said According to the report Apple will introduce three new laptops at WWDC Keynote today which includes Apple MacBook Pro with Intel’s new Kaby Lake processor For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsMichael Ravassard/UNESCO Winning a UNESCO prize for your work in the life sciences—including a trip to Paris a medal and a $300000 check—sounds quite prestigious But what if the award was named after a corrupt dictator and he was at the award ceremony to congratulate you That’s the situation one or more scientists could find themselves in late June when the UNESCO-Obiang Nguema Mbasogo International Prize for Research in the Life Sciences is set to be awarded Human rights organizations are lobbying hard to stop UNESCO—the UN’s agency for education science and culture—from awarding the prize named after and bankrolled by Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo (photo) the president of Equatorial Guinea since 1979 But time appears to be running out The jury has already picked the winner or winners—the maximum is three—and UNESCO Director-General Irina Bokova could announce the prize by the end of next week UNESCO spokesperson Susan Williams says Behind the scenes at the Paris-based agency feverish discussions are still ongoing to find a way to postpone or drop the award which activists say would irreparably tarnish UNESCO’s credibility But canceling it now would exacerbate friction between rich and poor countries within UNESCO especially between Africa and Europe Equatorial Guinea proposed the prize for "scientific achievements that improve the quality of human life" in 2008 and put $3 million* on the table in award money and administrative costs for the first 5 years The United States and most European countries—led by France which held the rotating EU presidency at the time—opposed it because of Equatorial Guinea’s dismal record on human rights and corruption A West African country the size of Belgium Equatorial Guinea became wealthy almost overnight after oil was discovered in its waters in the 1990s With some $5 billion in revenues annually and a population of less than 1 million its GDP per capita is on a par with Italy and Israel But a majority of the population lives in extreme poverty while most of the oil money appears to be pocketed by a clan around Obiang and his family A 2004 investigation by the US Senate found evidence of widespread corruption and a recent report by Global Witness a human rights organization—entitled The Secret Life of a Shopaholic—found that the president’s son and presumed successor owns multimillion dollar homes in Malibu California and South Africa a private jet and a fleet of very expensive cars That’s hard to explain based on the $4000 to $5000 monthly salary that the son Teodoro Nguema Obiang makes in his official job as minister of forestry fisheries and the environment says Global Witness He is under investigation in several countries The government frequently tramples human rights too A 2008 report by the US State Department reported many serious problems including unlawful killings by security forces government-sanctioned kidnappings systematic torture of prisoners and detainees life-threatening conditions in prisons arbitrary arrest detention and incommunicado detention and violence and discrimination against women Meanwhile child mortality already high has gone up in recent years So why did UNESCO go along In 2008 when the proposal came before UNESCO’s Executive Board—on which 58 of the agency’s 193 member states have a seat–Western countries opposing it did not even ask for a vote because they knew they would suffer defeat says the UNESCO ambassador from one European country who asked not to be named "It was the first African science prize African countries were all in favor and they had enough supporters among the G77" a coalition of developing nations says the diplomat "At UNESCO asking for a vote is like a declaration of war" the diplomat added Nongovernmental organizations have since lobbied to thwart the plan "UNESCO needs to act" says Global Witness Campaigns Director Gavin Hayman "A scientific award in Obiang’s honor is ludicrous" His organization and 45 others wrote UNESCO Bokova several times—most recently on 10 May—to express their dismay In March a group of Equatoguinean and international scholars asked Bokova to suggest that the award money be spent on education in Equatorial Guinea’s school system which they said is abysmal despite the country’s wealth Initially the protests appeared successful In January Bokova said she would ask a task force to review UNESCO’s prizes "She wants to have the procedure revised to make sure there is real consensus about the creation of these awards" says Williams Many believed this meant that the Obiang prize had been put on hold until the task force reports this fall But the prize is going ahead anyway Williams says The deadline delayed several times because of a lack of nominations closed on 30 April and the five-member jury has now reached a decision which is still under wraps (So is the identity of the jury members one from each continent) Rules stipulate that up to three persons groups or institutions can share the award Bokova a Bulgarian diplomat elected in 2009 on a platform to reform the heavily politicized agency is in a thorny position; going ahead with the prize could undermine UNESCO’s credibility but canceling it would offend African sensibilities Bokova is still mending fences with the Arab world after she trumped Egypt’s candidate for the job in a highly contentious series of votes Williams says Bokova tried to signal her own concerns about the award in an April speech to the Executive Board when she said that she had "received criticism" about the prize which she had passed on to the Board which is ultimately responsible for the decision "I have done my best as director-general to fulfill my role which is to ensure the credibility of the process" Bokova said If Western countries wanted to attempt to postpone or cancel the prize they could have spoken up at the April meeting says Williams None did But Hayman says Bokova’s words weren’t very clear and suggested the prize was still on hold "It appears that she dropped the ball on this" he says Science Insider today contacted the UNESCO delegations of France Spain Belgium Denmark Germany and the United States—all of which have a seat on the Executive Board—but none were willing to comment on the issue or the April meeting Neither was the Executive Board’s chairperson Eleonora Mitrofanova from Russia "I don’t see how we can get out of this" the European diplomat says Theoretically Bokova could block the award by rejecting the jury’s choice but that "seems highly unlikely" says Williams Sylvie Rano a member of Equatorial Guinea’s delegation to UNESCO says she is "sorry" that NGOs are trying to block the award But she would not comment further and referred ScienceInsider to President Obiang’s office Rano says Obiang plans to come to Paris for the June ceremony if his agenda permits it The prize appears to be part of a broader effort by Obiang to give his country—hardly a hotbed of research–a more science-friendly face Another indication is his bid to host the new African Observatory for Science Technology and Innovation a center proposed by the African Union that would track research and development efforts around the continent Equatorial Guinea has promised $36 million for the observatory and African science ministers accepted the offer at a meeting last year in Burundi But the Web site SciDevNet recently reported that the plan has been delayed in part because Equatorial Guinea failed to attend several key meetings * The amount of money has been correctedWritten by Anuradha 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