He is best known for his role as powerful warlord and feared warrior Khal Drogo in Game Of Thrones. But Jason Momoa decided to ditch the primitive footwear in favour of a much more natural look. The 34-year-old actor went barefoot as he arrived at the An Evening with Jason Momoa and Thelma Adams event in New York on Tuesday. Free spirit: Jason Momoa, 34, went barefoot while arriving at An Evening with Jason Momoa and Thelma Adams in New York on Tuesday, which also included a screening of his directorial debut Road To Paloma Signature role: Jason (pictured right) is best known for his role as powerful warlord and feared warrior Khal Drogo in the HBO series Game Of Thrones as he donned quite primitive footwear on the show The gala was held at 92nd Street Y and even included a special screening of his film Road To Paloma, which he makes his directorial debut in. Jason introduced the film at the event, which he co-wrote, directed and stars in with his 46-year-old wife Lisa … [Read more...] about Game Of Toes! Former Thrones star Jason Momoa goes barefoot as he arrives to screening of his new film
Browser does not support full screen ipad
There’s a sure-fire way of making sure you’re on the winning side when the polls close this Thursday. But it’s not one that anyone who considers themselves a democrat should be proud of. The “winning party” in all recent elections, and this is the third in five years, is the DVs – the Don’t Voters. They represent more than either Labour or Tory. Around a third of those eligible and registered to vote can’t be bothered to place their X in the box. Whether it’s cynicism, apathy, arrogance, laziness or none of the above, a potentially decisive number of people are, by historical standards, expected to check out of making a choice in an election which will shape the future of Britain for a generation. Just by not checking in. It could make such a difference if they, or even a proportion of them, did. Take Boris Johnson ’s own seat of Uxbridge. (I hope somebody does.) He held it with what would once have been seen … [Read more...] about Number of Don’t Voters surpasses Tory and Labour support with 30% to avoid ballots
We may earn a commission for purchases using our links. Learn more. Tough spot The Android tablet market is a rather barren landscape, but all you need is one ... Andrew Martonik 9 May 2017 40 I was late to the party, but eventually became a big fan of Google's Pixel C tablet a handful of months after it was released. For all of its flaws in being heavy and inherently lacking app support, I loved it as an extra-portable backup computer with a really good keyboard and powerful internals. But the Pixel C is coming up on two years old now, and while it has aged pretty well, its flaws haven't seen any remedy since release.Buy one Galaxy S10 or Note 10 and get one free at Verizon That has me looking for a replacement, and it seems the only reasonable option for this type of high-end, large tablet with a keyboard is Samsung's new Galaxy Tab S3. Not only does the Galaxy Tab S3 have a similar form factor and feature set as the Pixel C, but it's a modern device with a much better … [Read more...] about Is the Galaxy Tab S3 a suitable successor to an aging Pixel C?
Apple has finally developed a separate operating system for iPads. At WWDC, the company announced that in addition to iOS 13, iPad users and developers will soon have the new iPadOS to play around with, complete with a bunch of tablet-optimized features. It'll be available this fall alongside iOS 13, watchOS 6, and macOS Catalina. First and foremost, iPadOS has a new home-screen design with a tighter grid of icons where users can swipe over and pin widgets to the home screen. The tablet OS also sports more advanced Split View and multitasking features, allowing users to work with multiple apps, files, and docs simultaneously in a side-by-side layout. You can also switch between multiple apps in Slide Over mode using App Exposé, a quick streamlined view of the open apps and windows on your iPad. Splitting off iPadOS also gives Apple the chance to more deeply integrate Apple Pencil into the experience with less latency. iPad users can mark up and send entire webpages, documents, or … [Read more...] about Apple Finally Splits Off Its Tablet Software With iPadOS
(Photo by Chesnot/Getty Images) UPDATE 6/4: Although Apple is phasing out iTunes on macOS, Windows PCs users are stuck with it for now, the company told PCMag. Original Story: The change will arrive in the next version of macOS, called Catalina. The three standalone apps are already available on iPhones and iPads. However, iTunes has remained the default media option on Macs to aggregate all your music, movies, TV shows, and podcasts into one platform. But not for long. "Now when you plug in your phone, this is what you see: Nothing," Apple SVP Craig Federighi said at the company's annual developer conference, WWDC. (The new Music app on macOS Catalina.) Apple iTunes dates back to 2001, long before subscription streaming services even existed, and was the only way for people to add or remove music on their iPods. The same software let you buy movies, album, and individual music tracks. But both the business model and the software's interface have become outdated amid the rise of … [Read more...] about Apple to Kill iTunes, Split Into 3 Different Apps
Another year, another jam-packed new iOS release from Apple. The upcoming version of Apple's mobile operating system—iOS 13—is a faster, more privacy-focused mobile operating system, with new features and improvements across most of its core functionality. Onstage at WWDC, Apple's annual developer conference, SVP of Software Engineering Craig Federighi announced that the updated OS is significantly faster and more data-conscious, with a new app download packaging format that makes downloads 50 percent smaller and updates 60 percent smaller. Apps will also launch twice as fast, with 30 percent faster Face ID unlock. A new low data mode can be enabled in settings, too, while a QuickPath keyboard enables swipe-to-type functionality and Apple Music supports time-synced lyrics. Here's what else you can expect from iOS 13, which will arrive this fall. Dark Mode Federighi shows off dark mode in iOS 13 (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images) One of iOS 13's headlining features is … [Read more...] about Apple Unveils Faster, More Private iOS 13 With Dark Mode