Connect with us

Published

on

A surprising incident hit the agenda of social media. A man who wanted to renew his passport was expelled from citizenship. Here are all the details.

The doctor living in Northern Virginia, USA, came to the fore with his surprising situation. The doctor, who stated that he is not accepted as a citizen of the United States, where he has been practicing medicine for more than 30 years, does not belong to another country. According to his own testimony, he had no reason to think he would encounter any difficulties when he applied for a new passport in February. According to the doctor, he had renewed his official documents several times before without any problems. This time it was scheduled to expire in June, and his family wanted to make sure he had a valid one before traveling in July.

He wanted to renew his passport, but he was expelled from citizenship!

However, he was not given a new passport. Instead, at the age of 61, he lost what he had since infancy: his US citizenship.

A statement from a Ministry of Foreign Affairs official in the letterIt was reported that he should not have been granted citizenship at the time of his birth because his father was a diplomat at the Iranian Embassy. The letter directed Sobhani to a website where she could apply for legal permanent residence. The man who was surprised by the news does not currently have a passport. The man, who surprisingly lost his citizenship despite working as a doctor in the USA for years, became a hot topic on social media. The surprising news also resonated on social media. The doctor in question does not currently have a passport to any country.

Continue Reading
Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

News

New features of Google Chrome have arrived!

Google Chrome continues to develop at full speed in recent years. Here are all the details.

Published

on

Google Chrome continues to develop at full speed in recent years. Here are all the details.

Google has announced a trio of features for its Chrome browser that allow for “more helpful recommendations.” Some of these tools are for the smartphone app, while others work with the standard PC-based browser. First, desktop Chrome users will get new search suggestions that draw from what others use to search in the browser. The browser will continue to remember your recent queries and autofill relevant search suggestions, but you’ll also see options created by different users, under the “Users also searched” tab, to the right of those usual autofill suggestions.

New features of Google Chrome have arrived!

Chrome users on iOS and Android will now see more images to accompany suggested searches. In the past, Chrome only used a specific query in the address bar for search suggestions. aspect It showed matching images; but now a wider range is available. Perhaps the most surprising new feature is that Chrome for iOS and Android has an optimization tool that allows users to search even if they have a bad network connection. Google hasn’t explained how this works. Even if your connection is bad, the feature will continue to work at full speed. We can say that this will be something that will make things easier for users in many respects. Google Chrome will continue to be updated with more features.

Continue Reading

News

LG AND META Join Forces

LG is stepping up its strategic collaboration with Meta, aiming to accelerate extended reality (XR) initiatives. The aim is to combine the strengths of both companies across products, content, services and platforms to drive innovation in customer experiences in the evolving virtual space.

Published

on

LG is stepping up its strategic collaboration with Meta, aiming to accelerate extended reality (XR) initiatives. The aim is to combine the strengths of both companies across products, content, services and platforms to drive innovation in customer experiences in the evolving virtual space.

LG senior management, including LG CEO William Cho and Home Entertainment Systems Company President Park Hyoung-sei, met with Mark Zuckerberg at the LG Twin Towers in Yeouido, Seoul.

This meeting coincided with Zuckerberg’s Asian tour. The two-hour session included discussions on business strategies and considerations for developing the next generation XR device.

While experiencing the Quest 3 headset and Ray-Ban smart glasses, CEO Cho expressed keen interest in Meta’s high-tech demonstrations, particularly focusing on Meta’s broad language models and the potential for on-device AI integration.

meta-

Paving the Way for Next Generation Extended Reality Experiences

LG envisions that by combining Meta’s platform with its own content/service capabilities in the TV business, a different ecosystem can be created in the XR field, one of the company’s new business areas. Moreover, combining Meta’s various core technological elements with LG’s cutting-edge product and quality capabilities promises significant synergies in developing the next-generation XR device.

XR devices are heralded as the next generation of personal devices that can overcome the immersion and intuitiveness limitations of mobile displays. Wearable devices offer the potential to significantly expand customer interactions. “We see opportunities for next-generation personal devices in the XR business,” CEO Cho previously said.

Continuous Portfolio Development Through Selection and Concentration

In recent years, LG has strategically concentrated its resources on promising areas with high growth prospects, preferring to minimize marginal businesses based on market dynamics and strategic considerations.

Meta The collaboration with is in line with this strategy, which aims to pioneer innovations in customer experiences in the future virtual space, anticipating the full-fledged development of the XR market.

Continue Reading

Automobile

CAR OF THE YEAR 2024: SCENIC E-TECH 100% ELECTRIC

Offered with a compact and lightweight design for urban roads, equipped with high-tech elements for comfortable long journeys and with a range of up to 625 km, Scenic E-Tech 100% Electric managed to become the “Car of the Year”, leaving its competitors behind.

Published

on

Offered with a compact and lightweight design for urban roads, equipped with high-tech elements for comfortable long journeys and with a range of up to 625 km, Scenic E-Tech 100% Electric managed to become the “Car of the Year”, leaving its competitors behind.

scenic E-Tech 100% Electric was selected as “The Car of the Year 2024”. The results were announced at a ceremony held at the Geneva International Motor Show (Switzerland) on Monday, February 26.

The car of the year award was determined by the votes of an expert jury consisting of 58 automobile journalists from 22 countries. Scenic ranked first with 329 points, receiving the prestigious ‘Car of the Year’ award, following awards such as Renault 16 (1966), Renault 9 (1982), Clio (1991), Scenic (1997), Megane (2003) and Clio (2006). It became the seventh Renault model to receive the award.

Scenic E-Tech

Renault CEO Fabrice Cambolive “Winning the ‘Car of the Year’ award is a great pride for everyone within the Renault Group and the Renault brand. Receiving this prestigious award shows that we made the right choices. “With record range, generous interior volume, superior driving pleasure, the new Solarbay panoramic sunroof and many more features, Scenic E-Tech 100% Electric has all the right features to strengthen its position in the European electric vehicle market,” he said.

Scenic E-Tech 100% Electric, a fully electric model developed on the Medium AmpR platform (formerly CMF-EV), is designed for users looking for versatility. With its zero-emission, agile, light (1,890 kg) and compact (4.47 m length) features, Scenic E-Tech 100% Electric demonstrates superior performance on urban roads. Scenic E-Tech 100% Electric also offers an advanced driving experience with a range of up to 625 km (WLTP), comfort, spacious interior and superior technologies for long journeys.

Continue Reading

Trending

Copyright © 2022 RAZORU NEWS.
Project by V