Leonardo DiCaprio films some scenes in the rain for an upcoming cell phone commercial on Monday (April 4) in Paris, France.
The 36-year-old actor got to work on an ad for the Chinese company Guangdong OPPO Mobile Telecommunications Corp. Leo’s contract is reportedly worth $ 5 million!
Earlier in the day, Leo shot some additional scenes on the street in a… Continue reading Leonardo DiCaprio: Rainy Cell Phone Shoot
Finnish mobile handset maker Nokia Monday launched in the Indian market its much talked about touch-and-type business smartphone – Nokia E7 – equipped with a four-inch touchscreen display and a slide-out four-row QWERTY keyboard. “Consumers today seek a device that allows them to do a lot more, both in their personal and professional lives. Nokia [...] Continue reading Nokia E7 touch-and-type phone launched in India
Manisha Kumari, a woman kabaddi player, was shot dead by a CRPF trooper posted at a Patna stadium where she had been practicing for the 34th National Games when she refused to give him her phone number, police said Thursday. The trooper later turned the gun on himself and is in a critical condition. Manisha, [...] Continue reading Refused phone number, trooper kills woman kabaddi player
Telcom firms have launched a major advertising, marketing and promotional blitz to attract new and existing customers after the government launched a pan-India scheme that allows them to switch operators while retaining the numbers. Although mobile number portability may not be a big game changer for the industry, it is certainly proving to be a [...] Continue reading Mobile phone firms go all out to woo other’s customers
Scientists at St George”s University of London have created a new application, accessible on mobiles, that can tell how long terminal cancer patients have left to live. The research uses blood tests, pulse rate and symptoms to estimate life expectancy of patients. Camapigners hope it will help families and carers to make plans for the [...] Continue reading Phone app that predicts how long cancer patients have left to live