Smart phone which has been much talk in recent weeks, HTC model M7. The phone was officially launched by HTC, and the market will be known as HTC One. This model contains several advanced features, broadcasts "Telegraph". HTC One has touch screen with 4.8 inch full HD technology and a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels, or 468 pixels per inch, while the device is quad core processor 1.7Ghz Qualcomm Snapdragon 600, while the phone also has 2GB RAM. HTC One will be available with 32GB or 64GB of internal storage, while there are also new technology camera HTC'së, which according to the company has sensor 'Ultrapixel' with LENSI f/2.0. According to the company, the camera will offer up to 300% more light. The new model of the phone, HTC One will be launched in March, and the same will be provided by more than 185 mobile operators in the world.
Following the controversy after El Clasico yesterday's win 2-1 by Real Madrid.In addition to dissatisfaction with the match referee Miguel Angel Perez Lassa, Sport.es, a newspaper close to Barcelona, has captured a moment when the coach "Los Blancos" Jose Mourinho addressed Dani Alves with the words "Son K. ..." after a foulto Cristiano Ronaldo.
The 33-year-old, who played with the former Selecao striker at Real Madrid between 2002 and 2007, gave his thoughts on the two players in an exclusive interview with Goal.com and explained how the pair are very different forwards. "You can't compare Ronaldo Nazario with Cristiano Ronaldo," he stressed. "They are different. Ronaldo was a striker, a real killer. Cristiano is a broader type of forward and plays everywhere. He's more complete, but Ronnie was so special. Nowadays there are fewer No. 9s, but he was the best.
"We are pleased with the work we have done. With some different names in the starting XI, the ones who played showed they have a place. We were worthy of the three points." Scenes of controversy arose at the final whistle with Victor Valdes being shown a red card as the Barcelona players remonstrated with the referee after his decision not to award a penalty as Adriano went down following a tackle from Ramos. However, the 26-year-old revealed he was unsure as to whether he touched the Brazilian and asserted that he felt it had a minimal impact on the outcome.