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Pawan Kalyan absent, Still KTR left stunned!

Telangana state IT minister KTR who was the chief guest at the pre release event of Dhruva has impressed everybody with his short yet striking speech. One moment that stood out to be the highlight of his speech was when he mentioned Pawan Kalyan’s name. The minister was stunned to witness a thunderous response from the crowd when he uttered Pawan Kalyan’s name. 

 KTR was visibly surprised to see the crowd go berserk after he mentioned Pawan Kalyan’s name and in reaction he said ‘waareva’. Interestingly, there was not much response when KTR mentioned Chiranjeevi or Charan’s name. Pawan fans have been chanting Power star’s name throughout the event and when they are shouting Pawan slogans during his speech, Allu Aravind stated that Pawan Kalyan will attend few events very soon. There have been reports about Pawan attending the audio launch of Chiranjeevi’s Khaidi No. 150 and Allu Aravind has indirectly confirmed it.

Motorola is promising at least 12 new Moto Mods each year

Motorola's latest Moto Z flagship phones are modular, designed to accommodate add-on modules that snap to the back of their cases for extra battery life, more complex camera modules, pico projectors, et cetera. Critical and consumer response to the change has been mixed, as it was for LG's modular G5 designs. But in a recent meeting with technology journalists, the Lenovo subsidiary doubled down on the modular approach. Motorola committed to at least 12 new Moto Mod add-on products per year.
That's according to a report from Cnet, which says that Lenovo's Moto Mods director John Touvannas specifically wants to release more modular accessories in 2017 than the company has this year. That includes licensed designs from third parties, which are already available from partners like Hasselblad and JBL. If that's not enough, Motorola has an upcoming partnership with crowdfunding platform Indiegogo to solicit ideas and offer free Moto Z phones and Moto Mod developer kits to enterprising engineers.

The next natural question is, how much interconnectivity will these mods have? After all, Motorola's flagship product is due for renewal in the fall of 2017, so any modular add-ons released after that point won't necessarily have today's phones in mind. For an answer to that question, we'll have to reach back to the initial Moto Mod announcement. Motorola's blog post says that "Moto Mods developed today are designed to work with future generations of Moto Z phones." That implies (but doesn't guarantee) that newer Mods should work with current Moto Z phones for the immediate future, though they may need a software update to enable that functionality.
Motorola's commitment to the modular platform stands in relief to LG, which abandoned its modular design for the mid-cycle V20 phone. The modular approach isn't necessarily a bad one - interchangeable lenses and equipment have made the dSLR and mirrorless camera segments boom, for example. But Motorola and Lenovo will have to improve their core designs, lower prices, or offer more compelling modular hardware if they want to ensure consumers come along for the ride.

CyanogenMod 14.1 nightlies bring Android 7.1 Nougat for the Nexus 5, Moto X Pure Edition and more

CyanogenMod is virtually the best-known custom ROM out there, and for good reason: it brings the newest version of Android to devices that would otherwise have to wait much longer to receive it, or would never receive it at all. This week, quite a few popular devices have received CyanogenMod 14.1, which is based on Android 7.1 Nougat.
CyanogenMod 14.1 (Android 7.1 nightlies):

Enthusiasts who still own the Nexus 5, of which there are many, will no doubt be thrilled to see Android 7.1 Nougat come to their devices (though it did arrive in CAF form late last month). The Moto X Pure and Nextbit Robin are also popular choices for Android addicts, so it's nice to see CM14.1 builds for those up. However, it is worth noting that the Moto X Pure build isn't fully functional; I flashed the December 2nd build on mine, and kernel panics frequently render the phone unusable. Also, the camera doesn't work.
In addition to those new CM14.1 builds, a few phones have received CyanogenMod 13 builds. Here they are:
We incorrectly claimed that the S III would be receiving CM14.1 in our last CM post, but it turns out the incoming build was just for CM13. The two Xiaomi devices there are actually receiving CyanogenMod support for the very first time. We're also seeing the Xiaomi Mi Max get picked up. It's nice to see ROMs still being produced for new devices amidst all of the Cyanogen Inc. issues that are currently going on.

Lenovo ZUK Edge set to launch on December 7

We have already seen Multiple leaked Real-life images, Renders and Specs of the unannounced Lenovo ZUK Edge. After being certified by TENAA a month ago, there's nothing left to speak about the device. Looking at the leaked Images, ZUK Edge won't be much of an Edge. No doubt, The device looks beautiful in the below image. Zuk Z2151 aka Zuk Edge sports a 5.5-inch full-HD (1080x1920 pixels) display. 

Powered by the latest Snapdragon 821, ZUK Edge will probably be one of the most affordable SD821 device with a Price tag of CNY 2,699 ($390). Other specs includes a 4GB/6GB of RAM, Android 7.0 Nougat with ZUI on the top, 13MP rear camera and an 8MP front-facing camera. As posted by CEO Chang Cheng on Social Platform Weibo, the ZUK Edge will be announced on December

PawanKalyan 's Press Meet In Janasena Party Office At 1:30PM

PawanKalyan 's Press Meet In Janasena Party Office At 1:30PM 

Pawan Kalyan planning to hold huge public meet in Uttarandhra to show his strength

Pawan Kalyan’s last public meeting was in Anathapuram in Rayalaseema that got him good coverage in media and many termed it is his most sensible speech. He finally made some sense this time, commented a political analyst. He is now said to be planning to hold huge public meet in Uttarandhra to show his strength there. With this meeting, he will be sending the message to TDP that they can’t take him for granted. In the recent past, the relations between Pawan Kalyan and Telugu Desam party are strained. 

The recent Survey done by Andhra Jyothy, known to be the mouthpiece of Telugu Desam party, broke the trust between them. The survey said Pawan Kalyan has no impact on AP’s electorate and his party would not get more than 4 % of vote share if the elections are conducted today. After this survey came out, he had discussions with left parties and expressed his desire to work with their parties in future. Pawan Kalyan who hails from Kapu community has strong following in Uttarandhra, which has high density of Kapu’s in Andhra. So he is trying to show his strength with this public meeting which is likely to happen shortly.

Pawan Kalyan told that Andhra Jyothy's Survey is a political game

Pawan Kalyan has already made it clear that he would be contesting the Andhra Pradesh assembly elections in 2019.For the past few months, he has been very active in building up his Jana Sena party with various programs like holding public meetings in different cities in Andhra Pradesh. He has more such plans of holding it in December too.On the other hand, a popular Telugu newspaper Andhra Jyothy carried a survey about the prospects of various parties in AP if polls are conducted today.The survey said Pawan Kalyan's Jana Sena will not have any impact on AP politics and it would get not more than 3.5 % of share of votes. In other words, the survey said Pawan Kalyan's political show would be damp squib.

Two days have passed since the survey got published but Pawan Kalyan didn't say a single word about it, as he is busy shooting for "Katamarayudu". Neither he tweeted about it.But sources close to Pawan Kalyan told  that he laughed off the survey by terming it is a political game being carried out by Chandrababu Naidu and his crony media baron. The source says Pawan Kalyan realized that both Andhra Jyothy and TDP's Supremo are playing the similar card that he did with his brother Megastar Chiranjeevi when he floated Praja Rajyam party."I don't fall for their cheap tricks. This is oldest trick in dirty game of politics - belittling the opponent's strength and weakening his morale. I am aware of what is going on now," Pawan Kalyan told the core team of Jana Sena.So, Pawan Kalyan will not be worrying about the survey. He would continue shooting for "Katamarayudu" as well and focus on building Jana Sena.