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PinkNews
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PCWorld
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AirTV was one of the most intriguing cord-cutter products to debut at CES earlier this month. It's an Android-based set-top box that combines Sling TV streams and over-the-air channels into a single interface. AirTV started shipping immediately after its unveiling, while the company—a subsidiary of Dish Network, like Slingdemonstrated full antenna integration at CES. There’s just one problem: Early adopters arent getting what AirTV has been showing off to the press, at least not yet. The current product doesnt pull over-the-air channels into the Sling TV guide, and an AirTV representative says full integration will require an update that's coming sometime in “early 2017.” To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
BBC News 24
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So, for a year I was hiding out in my dad's garage. Doing what? Training in Indian classical dance and that is my talent, I did ten hours a day. Wow, entirely in secret, private just for yourself? Yes, that was my form of escape. I just wanted to get really good at it, I just became obsessed by it, I was fascinated by Kathak, north Indian classical dance. And yet, if we fast forward a little bit to get to where your career begins to take off you actually entered a very different environment of very, very contemporary, edgy, current Western dance.
Ars Technica
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Enlarge / Like this, but much smaller, much slower, and far more toxic. (credit: Houston Texas ) All the cool kids are talking about dark energy and dark matter. Why? Because these are things that current physical models don't predict. The hope is that understanding one or both of these concepts will unveil a new world where everyone gets cookies and is born understanding physical concepts like tensors. OK, maybe not everyone will get a cookie. But dark matter and energy are not the only things that current physical models don't predict. The Standard Model, which describes the behavior of fundamental particles and forces, has a number of physical constants. These constants are measured, and we know them accurately. But there is no theory that predicts why these constants have the values they do. What can we do about this? One option is to measure these constants under as many different conditions as possible and test to see if they are, indeed, constant.
BBC News 24
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So what is the European Single Market and what could Britain get in its place? Our diplomatic correspondent James Landale explains how the current system works. Every EU country is a full member of the club, Norway, Iceland, Lichtenstein, partial members.
South China Morning Post
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Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure has turned down a 520,000 pounds (US$643,812) a week offer to play in China, his agent told Sky Sports on Tuesday. Dimitri Seluk said the 33-year-old was targeted by Chinese club Jiangsu Suning in the winter transfer window. The BBC reported he had been contacted again in the current window. Yaya plays on another level. He wants to play at the highest level. Hes happy at Manchester City. Yaya likes football more than money, Seluk was...
Haaretz
an hour
Do we fear our congregations too much to speak up for the core Jewish values that both the Trump presidency and Israel's current government dishonor?
Adweek
an hour
The business model of the old media agency was built on buying and trading media and thats what has glued the system together. Many are fighting hard to keep that cemented in place, and the current malaise is being exacerbated by the need for agencies to make money through their trading functions . But, clients are wising up to the savings guarantees that agencies have made over the past few years, and as they wake up to bot fraud, arbitrage and agency-owned inventory, clients are no longer settling for the illusion of value. The model isnt dead, but the patient is extremely sick. Clients will take all of their media buying back in-house We have certainly seen some of this happening, especially with digital media, and particularly with programmatic. But, I think this has less to do with perceived impropriety and more to do with data management.
Digital Trends
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Hitting the road or doing some globetrotting this summer? Bring along the right camera to capture those once-in-a-lifetime vacation memories. Here are some of our current favorites. The post The best travel camera you can buy appeared first on Digital Trends .
BBC One London
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Alongside me current manager of Lincoln City Danny Cowley. Fantastic, just moments away from what could be an historic evening. How much of an inspiration is Graham Taylor to you? Just a proper football man, really humble and dignified.
PinkNews
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A number of celebrities have given their vocals to a rendition of Gloria Gaynor's hit 'I Will Survive', just days before Trump is to be inaugurated as the President.
Proactive Investors USA
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Petrolicious
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Smith at Mosport Park. In 1980 403 was sold in damaged state to Geoffrey Miller (Canada), and soon thereafter sold to Lynx. Car that was re-imported was to late D-Type production specification with steel frame. In the early 1980s it was rebuilt and sold to James Wallis of Sevenoaks, UK. In 1995 it was sold to Robert Cooper of Gloucestershire, UK., and in 1999 to Terry Larson of the USA. Terry’s first drive in the car was racing at the Goodwood circuit. Used in many tours and raced several times including in the Monterey Historics. It was driven by Norman Dewis in the monterey historics twice.” To say that the car we had the pleasure of filming for the Arizona Concours has history, to put it in the words of current custodian Terry Larson, “would be a massive understatement.”
The Guardian
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We write to you as 45 former directors of social services with many decades of senior management experience behind us, to express our grave concerns about the current underfunding of adult social care services. Not a day goes by without well-informed groups expressing their dismay at the outcomes for vulnerable adults. Yet despite this the chancellor made no mention of this issue in his autumn statement. We know that £4.2bn has been taken from local authority budgets over the past five years. The appalling consequences are there for all to see. Rapidly rising levels of dementia, but cuts in home care support. Hospital beds full, but insufficient residential places for vulnerable adults to be discharged to. Increasing suicide levels among young people, but draconian cuts in mental health provision. Many more people living – and dying – in the streets, but inadequate support and a lack of hostel accommodation. Continue reading...
The Economic Times
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Fleet segment is expected to contribute to about 15 per cent of the passenger vehicle market, up from the current 5-6 per cent. Approximately 600,000 cars are now operating in the app-based cab segment, according to industry estimates. With both Ola and Uber planning to penetrate more cities and towns across the country, the segment is set for exponential growth.Ola has already announced its ambition of having a fleet of 5 million while Uber plans to lease 200,000 cars to drivers joining its platform over the next two years.DEDICATED TEAMSMost carmakers have set up dedicated teams to support fleet services with special pricing, service plans and customisation to meet the specific requirements of such companies.Mahindra and Mahindra has put in place a dedicated team to handle fleet and new-age business under its institutional sales arm. It offers product, finance, insurance, exchange and service under the One Mahindra umbrella.
Channel 4
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He's a thug and a butcher. In his final days in office, Joe Biden has visited Ukraine, to reassure President Poroshenko of America's commitment to the current sanctions regime. It's hard to hear, but when he's asked whether the next administration would make Ukraine a priority, the Vice President replies hope springs eternal.
Politico
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Sky News
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It is interesting to juxtapose the current Prime Minister with the Prime Minister who was here last year, David Cameron, he was the guest of honour as was George Osborne, talking about what they expected to get out of that renegotiation which was just getting going.
The Points Guy
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Finally, the most northern part of the country, or Zone Finnmark, includes everything between Tromsø and Kirkenes, including Sørkjosen, Alta and Vardø. Here's how the pricing breaks down for each of the passes: To make sure you're getting the best deal, it might make sense to play around with some currency conversions and book your pass in Norwegian Krone . For example, the Whole of Norway pass costs $560 when booked in USD, but based on current conversion rates, booking in Norwegian Krone, you'll pay about $543. Either way, make sure you book with a card that doesn't charge foreign transaction fees, such as the Amex Platinum Card — plus, you'll earn 5x points on your purchase. If you choose to buy one of the Explore Norway tickets, you can't fly more than four times between the same city pairs — for example, between Oslo (OSL) and Bergen (BGO).
BBC Four
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The question is, can it work? We had this from Theresa May that she is prepared to walk away with nothing. What would that actually look like, walking out of the negotiations? of free trade, absolutely borderless trade with the current single market of 500 million customers, you would have to operate on the basis of tariffs.
Coventry Telegraph
2 hours
The console, which is set to take over from the Japanese companys current Wii U system, is set to go down a storm
YourNewsWire
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CNN World Sport
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