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Netflix gets rights to a new sci-fi film, ‘Pyros’

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Netflix got the rights to a new sci-fi film based on a short story by Thomas Pierce and its set to have Reese Witherspoon star in the film. The movie will be called Pyros, and it's based on the short story "Tardy Man," which was published last summer in The New Yorker. The story is about a man whose job is to run into big fires and other natural disasters to recover items for rich clients. They're augmented people who are made to wear indestructible fire suits fused to their spines. The man works for a corporation that forbids him from coming to the rescue of any person he encounters along the way. The story jumps off when he breaks this rule to save a little boy.

Pierce is a scriptwriter for the film. This is his second major movie deal based on one of his The New Yorker short stories. The first one, Chairman Spaceman, was bought and is being developed by Fox Searchlight. And according to Deadline, the film will be produced by Simon Kinberg, who has worked on Deadpool and The X-Men film franchise. Witherspoon will co-produce the film through her Hello Sunshine Company. The deal is announced a day after Apple revealed a teaser trailer for Morning Show, which is a series that Witherspoon stars in with Jennifer Aniston for Apple TV+.


Telegram brings new features to iOS app

Over the weekend, Telegram introduced some new useful features to its iOS app, including enhanced dark themes, Silent Messages, and Slow Mode. With improved Night Mode, you get new accent colours to choose from, allowing you to customize the theme to your liking. Meanwhile, Silent Messages lets you send a message to someone without a sound. It doesn't matter what their notification settings on their device are. They will still get a notification, but it won't come the sound. This would prove to be useful if you're messaging them in the middle of the night or when they're at an important meeting or date.

Slow Mode for group chats will let an administrator limit people to sending one message per the interval they choose. For example, they can set it so that people could only send one message every 30 seconds. The app also allows for custom titles for group admins. You can also toggle looped playback for animated stickers in the Settings. And if you want, you can send a single :heart: :thumbsup: :meh: :wow: or :party:  to add an animated emoji to the chat.

Source: 9to5Mac


Google smartens up dark mode for the next version of Chrome for Android

The new beta release for Google Chrome on Android wants to make the dark mode a bit smarter. The aim is to make the site look more normal when dark mode is forced. Chrome 77 for Android is less likely to invert the color of images, even if their backgrounds are mostly white. This beta update is also less likely to turn gray text bright white, so it'll be a more comfortable reading experience. And it'll be closer to what the site's creators originally intended.

When dark mode first came to Android, it was simply a way to invert the colors of an entire site. But when it comes to photos, this would sometimes render them indecipherable. The previous version of Chrome automatically activated a dark version of a site if one is already available, and it only reversed the colors if there's no alternative. 

Source: Tech Radar


Samsung launches its 108-megapixel smartphone camera sensor

The future of smartphone cameras features hundreds of megapixels. Samsung and Xiaomi partnered to develop the 108-megapixel ISOCELL Bright HMX sensor. It's one of the largest smartphone sensors ever at 1/1.33-inches. That is about three quarters the size of the 1-inch sensor on Sony's RX100 VII compact camera and just a bit smaller than the sensor on Nokia's legendary Pureview 808 phone. The sensor will still feature small pixels. By default and with Samsung's Tetracell tech, it will gather the light from four pixels and transform this into a 27-megapixel photo. If you want to take 108-megapixel photos, you'll need to make sure the room is brightly lit, so you can get decent shots. The sensor also allows for recording 6k video at 30fps.

With Samsung's Smart-ISO mechanism, it'll automatically select lower ISOs in brighter light and high ISO in dim areas. Samsung has been criticized in the past for inferior low-light performance when compared to its competitors like the Huawei P30 Pro and other models that use Sony chips. But by putting in a bigger sensor, the company might finally have an answer. Production of the chip will start later this month.

Source: Engadget

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