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Late last year, Google announced that Sprint would be the first carrier to use its Jibe RCS Cloud platform. Several more carriers have joined since then, including Rogers in Canada and Telanor in Europe and Asia. In a blog post from Google, the company announced that Orange, Deutsche Telekom, and Globe will be rolling out Jibe RCS to their customers. RCS is a bit complicated, so allow me to explain it before I go on. Read More Google announces RCS support for Orange, Deutsche Telekom, and Globe subscribers was written by the awesome team at Android Police .
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NICOLA STURGEON was left reeling after an epic slap down from Labour's Kezia Dugdale, which was met by thundering applause in the Scottish Parliament.
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Russia's Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu smoothly parried a jibe from UK Defence Secretary Michael Fallon from Moscow, Tuesday, bearing his claws with subtly over the British diplomat’s comments about Russia’s involvement in Libya. Fallon had stated over the weekend that “We dont need Russia sticking his paws" into the Libyan crisis. Shoigu responded, "They have a lion for their emblem, right? There is an old saying: every lion is a cat, but not every cat is a lion. Let everyone mind their own business. And I do not think that in their zoo there is an animal, which may tell our bear what to do." SOT, Unidentified Student, Moscow State Institute of International Relations, (Russian): "Would you comment on the statement by your British colleague Michael Fallon at the Munich Conference on Russia's actions in Libya. I will quote: "We don't need the bear sticking his paws in".
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Both bua and bhatija failed to develop UP: Amit ShahAmit Shah also took a jibe at the Samajwadi Party for painting a "false picture" regarding its clean image and alleged the state lead in murder.
Ars Technica UK
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Enlarge With increased competition from the likes of the (mostly) free-to-use Unity, Epic's Unreal Engine isn't as ubiquitous as it once was. But the particle-heavy, real-time lighting-infused version 4 has powered its fair share of games since launch in 2005, from indie darlings like Abzû through to triple-A titles like Gears of War 4 . If you're a hardware company, getting baked-in support for your platform in Unreal's developer tools remains important, which is why the latest UE update is good news for Nintendo. UE 4.15 includes support for the upcoming Nintendo Switch , making it it easier for developers to port games to the system. The Switch's unloved predecessor, the Wii U, was never officially supported by UE4. While developers could create ports for Wii U without Epic's tools, the time and investment required to do so didn't jibe with the system's lacklustre sales.
The Week
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Local prankster DiscoBoy has made the news again - this time for being 'caught' on camera buying pizza in Asda while dressed as a Domino's employee.Social media users spiralled into a state of annoyance, confusion and hilarity after the pranksters jibe at the outrage caused last week when a picture of a Domino's employee in Asda Greenhithe purchasing a mountain of wedges emerged, leading people on social media to believe he was planning to sell them on at the pizza chain at more than four times...
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Katy Perry has faced backlash for taking a swipe at Britney Spears [Getty ] Katy Perry has faced backlash after taking a swipe at fellow pop star Britney Spears for shaving her head in 2007. Fans accused the Firework singer of “throwing shade” at Britney for her public breakdown, after doing a rede carpet interview in which she appeared to mock the incident. While chatting to E!’s Ryan Seacrest at the Grammys, Katy, 32, opened up on taking a three-year break after ...
Daily Express - Showbiz
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KATY PERRY appeared to make not one but two digs at Britney Spears during the 59th Grammy Awards in Los Angeles last night.
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"In a time that is so divisive I think it's really special we were all able to come together tonight, thanks to Bafta, and to celebrate the positive," she said. A throwback to Hollywood's Golden Age, La La Land took home seven Golden Globes in January and has been nominated for 14 Oscars. The best actor Bafta award went on Sunday to Casey Affleck, for his role in the American drama Manchester By The Sea, beating Ryan Gosling who was nominated for La La Land. Affleck said he learnt to act while attending therapy sessions for children of alcoholics. Kenneth Lonergan's Manchester also won the original screenplay award, which the director said he was "overwhelmed" to accept. Jibe at Donald Trump Flying the flag for UK filmmaking was Ken Loach's I, Daniel Blake, which won the outstanding British film award but lost out in four other categories. Set in Newcastle, northeast England, the film tells of one man's battle against the bureaucracy of Britain's social welfare system.
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Goal
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The Chelsea coach insisted he would not respond to comments from other managers about his team after the Manchester United boss' subtle dig
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One of the last motoring taboos has been broken: you can now buy a diesel-powered Bentley. We head off the beaten track to find out what it's like WO Bentley remains a much misunderstood man. He liked trains as much as cars, was a pretty hopeless businessman and never set out to build the world’s fastest cars. Speed was always in the formula, but only part thereof. Back in 1919, when his first engine burst into life on a bench in London’s New Street Mews (much to the annoyance of a nurse tending a dying man next door), his stated vision was merely to build “a fast car, a good car, the best in its class”. Bentley was so unwedded to the idea of making the quickest thing on four wheels that he deliberately made his cars far heavier than they needed to be – inspiring Ettore Bugatti’s well-known, unkind but not inaccurateworld’s fastest lorryjibe – and less technologically advanced than was possible, even at the time.
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Brexit Secretary David Davis has said he is "very sorry" for any offence caused by a text exchange in which he appeared to say he would attempt to hug Diane Abbott because he is "not blind".