Thursday, 27 October 2011

Metallica concert cancelled for today due to Technical reasons. Postponed for tomorrow 4 PM Venue :Leisure Valley [ Live Feed]


American heavy metal band Metallica's very first concert in India [ Images ] scheduled to be held on Friday has been postponed to Saturday evening due to technical snag.
"Due to some technical problems we are postponing the Metallica concert to tomorrow," organisers said.
"The organisers have informed the police that due to technical reasons they are postponing the concert," said Gurgaon police commissioner SS Deshwal, ruling out that it was due to chaos at the venue.
Fans had already gathered in large numbers at the Leisure Valley in Gurgaon on Friday for the concert scheduled to begin at 7:30 pm.
After the news of postponement was announced on stage, disappointed fans tried to sabotage the venue. They broke barriers, climbed on stage and tore posters.
"It is so disappointing. I have been standing in the line for two hours and then the organisers just announce that it has been postponed to tomorrow because of some technical difficulties," said Ramnik, a fan at the venue.
Another fan Karan, who had come all the way from Mumbai  said, "I am very disappointed that the concert has been cancelled. I came all the way from Mumbai to see the concert. I have been standing for almost two hours now and have just been told that it has been postponed. No organiser has made any official statement if our tickets will be reimbursed or not."
Metallica is in the country to perform as a part of F1 Rocks and is scheduled to perform in Bangalore on Sunday.
PC Meena, deputy commissioner of police, Gurgaon, said, "We had taken a bank guarantee of Rs 1 crore from the organisers to grant permission for the concert. If the administration finds that the reason behind the postponement of the concert is not genuine, then we will refund the ticket amount to buyers."
He also said that they may blacklist the organisers barring them from organising such events in Gurgaon further.

Check this Video Below on How People Get angry and breaking Equipments on stage

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UPDATE: METALLICA: Gurgaon Show Officially Canceled . Tickets to be refunded.

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iPhone of the Future May Be Powered by Hydrogen Fuel Cells

Sometime in the future, Apple devices such as the iPhone, iPad and MacBook might work longer than ever on a smaller and lighter battery pack. How is this possible? By using hydrogen fuel cells, which convert oxygen and hydrogen into water, heat and electricity.
The US Patent & Trademark Office has recently publishedtwo Apple patent applications, detailing how fuel cells might power smartphones, laptops and tablets of the future.
Hydrogen fuel cells aren’t exactly a new technology; they’ve been used to power Honda cars, for example, and they bring their own set of problems, especially in the context of smartphones or laptops. “It is extremely challenging to design hydrogen fuel cell systems which are sufficiently portable and cost-effective to be used with portable electronic devices,” admits Apple.
But Apple might have a solution. One of the patent applications describes a “fuel cell system which is capable of both providing power to and receiving power from a rechargeable battery in a portable computing device. This eliminates the need for a bulky and heavy battery within the fuel cell system, which can significantly reduce the size, weight and cost of the fuel cell system.”
And for how long these fuel cells (in its patent application, Apple explores other fuel possibilities besides hydrogen) could power a smartphone or a laptop? The answer is “days or even weeks without refueling,” according to Apple. This sounds like a dream to owners of most modern smartphones, which barely last a day of heavy use.
We’ll probably have to wait a while until fuel cell-powered iPhones and MacBooks hit the market, but a big breakthrough in battery technology is something we’ve been waiting for a long time, and it might change the face of the market forever.

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