Hadi Parvini

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David Bailey calls the shots in National Portrait Gallery exhibition

It is not often that a leading institution allows an artist to curate his or her own retrospective, but it was the only way the National Portrait Gallery was ever going to get David Bailey to agree to what is an enormous, immersive show with more than 300 photographs occupying most of its ground …

Guardian Camera Club: James Beck's portfolio

theguardian.com<p>0e5c24c5f427b9639585715335e2fc1a0981d1da<p>https://assets.guim.co.uk/images/guardian-logo-rss.c45beb1bafa34b347ac333af2e6fe23f.png<p>Camera club monthly assignments + Gallery | The …

Samsung reportedly unveiling Galaxy S5 this month, without iris scanner

Samsung will unveil the Galaxy S5 smartphone at an event later this month, reports <i>The New York Times</i>. The unveiling will reportedly come during Samsung's Unpacked event on February 24th, which is being held at the Mobile World Congress trade show in Barcelona. Samsung sent out invitations to the …

Did London Get An Economic Boost From The 2012 Olympics?

Ronald Reagan once joked that the game Trivial Pursuit had a special economists' edition: It came with 100 questions and 3,000 answers. Economists are notorious for being unable to agree on anything. So it's striking that on the finances of the Olympics, they almost all agree.<p>"Investing in the …

EverythingMe is out of beta: one of the smartest launchers around got an upgrade (video)

EverythingMe, a contextual Android launcher first released in April 2013, received a substantial update and is now officially out of beta.<p>Similarly to Aviate, which was recently acquired by Yahoo, EverythingMe uses information like location, moment of the day, and the apps that you use the most to …

iWatch could be worth as much as iPhone & iPad first-year sales combined, says Morgan Stanley

Estimating the revenue value of a product whose price is unknown and whose existence hasn’t even been confirmed is probably about as tenuous as it gets, but Morgan Stanley analyst Katy Huberty reckons that the iWatch could generate $17.5 billion in the first twelve months.<p>To put that into …