BBC News 24
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The projector is fitted with an 155-degree fish eye lens, it combines this with two depth-sensing cameras which scan the rooms for objects and furniture. The system then adjusts the image to prevent it becoming distorted. So the idea is that by having a screen which envelopes the peripheral vision of the viewer, you really feel like you're thrown inside the action, and it is surprisingly effective.
BBC News 24
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Go on then, Marc. This is a home entertainment concept from Razor, a company most famous for manufacturing gaming PCs, covering more lights than Blackpool Illuminations. The concept makes use of coloured lights and projected images, working together in synchronised harmony. What we have here is a concept lighting rig, which is actually key to the action on-screen.
BBC News 24
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The miner is now threatening action to seek damages. The Indonesian government is really pushing them, as Indonesian government is really royalties to come back to Jakarta, and they also want to digest their shares further in the coming years.
The Iran Project
6 hours
Both were written by Iranians who live in the U.S. The first, entitled, “RT: Call Iran,” is by a younger analyst who emphasizes the urgency of establishing a link between the Iranian Foreign Minister, Dr. Javad Zarif and his U.S. counterpart, Rex Tillerson . It refers to Iran’s “provocativemissile test, which led to Trump’s warning to Iran and suggests that Iran and America may soon end up in war, hence the need for an urgent phone call. The second essay, “Iran Should Take American Threats Seriously,” by a more seasoned scholar, voices the same concerns; citing Lt. General Micheal Flynn’s threat of “officially putting Iran on notice,” advises Iranians to take America’s threats seriously . It also argues that Iran’s recent missile tests have “dissipated any good will” that the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) may have generated. The author suggests that the Trump administration’s policies offer only two choices to Iranians.
Politico
6 hours
The high court next month is set to consider two questions in that case: whether the Obama administration's interpretation of Title IX is correct and whether it was right for a lower court to defer to that interpretation. The ACLU, representing the student in the case, plans to file a brief arguing that it is still critical for the high court — even after the Trump administration's action — to provide clarity on whether Title IX protects against gender-identity discrimination.
Politico
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PBS
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Voice Of America
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Trump criticized the court's action in a series of tweets, including one that read: "The opinion of this so-called judge, which essentially takes law-enforcement away from our country, is ridiculous and will be overturned!"
Techradar - Reviews
6 hours
But what the Go lacks in design flare, it makes up with versatility. Built into the speaker is a bungee cord that you can detach to mount the speaker in various places. Fugoo demonstrates this feature by strapping the Go to the grill of a Hummer in its marketing materials you know, in case you want to a warzone with a Bluetooth speaker. For more civilian lifestyles, you can use the bungee cord to hang the speaker in the shower. Fugoo isnt the only speaker with a bungee cord though. The UE Roll 2 also features a bungee cord to secure the speaker to things. That being said however, we think the Fugoo Go sounds a bit better than its waterproof rival but well cover that comparison in more detail in a minute. On top of the speaker are three buttons for volume down, the action button and volume up.
France 24
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Fox News
6 hours
The action is expected to target the same 7 countries, but the reboot will drop the 'indefinite suspension' of Syrian refugees amid other changes; John Roberts has the roundup for 'Special Report'
Breitbart News
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ITV
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You can't beat the life of Brian. The players are very naughty boys. 28 tries already and one unbeaten team. Join us for more live Six Nations action this weekend, on Saturday will will be in Dublin as Ireland take on France from could have asked for, and then on Sunday, England entertain Italy at Twickenham.
ITV
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It licked the paintwork. They just have to repel the last Sevilla attack. For defending again by Leicester. The ball to N'Zonzi. Overhit. That is the last action of what has been an entertaining encounter. Respectable.
Voice Of America
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"We are facing a tragedy; we must avoid it becoming a catastrophe. This is preventable if the international community takes decisive action." He said a staggering $4.4 billion is needed by the end of March — just four weeks away. For the entire year, a total of more than $5.6 billion is needed for these four countries. The U.N. is ready to step in, but needs the funds to do it. Worryingly, Guterres said the United Nations has only received $90 million — just two cents for every dollar required. "The lives of millions of people depend on our collective ability to act," he said. "In our world of plenty, there is no excuse for inaction or indifference." Guterres said a combination of factors have thrown these regions into an acute food crisismainly the combination of conflict and severe drought accelerated by climate change. Famine is a technical term that requires certain thresholds to be met before it is declared.
The Herald - Sport
8 hours
MANY Scotland supporters dream of playing for the national team, but surely no player has ever longed to be a spectator, watching on from the sidelines or at home rather than being in the thick of the action. Injured players, in particular, are never the best watchers of games - but Ryan Wilson is possibly just that little bit more frustrated than most.
The Herald - Sport
8 hours
Only a mere handful of Scottish athletes can lay legitimate claim to being one of the best ever in their field. It is indisputable that Benny Lynch is one of those select few. The boxer from the Gorbals was world flyweight champion in the 1930s and has since been described as Scotland’s greatest-ever boxer, with his achievements coming against all the odds having been born into the most extreme poverty. However, Lynch’s life was a tale of tragedy as well as monumental success with his death as a result of alcoholism coming in 1946 when he was just 33. It was a hugely sad conclusion but, despite his life being brought to an end so prematurely, Lynch’s legacy has lived on.
STV
8 hours
Finance secretary Derek Mackay yesterday offered northeast businesses an olive branch - a 12.5% cap on rates. Alan Massie was so annoyed by planned increases he'd considered legal action. That's now been ruled out. But he remains incensed. The announcement yesterday is better than nothing but I think they will probably take on less money, there will be more chaos caused by this.
STV
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BBC One Wales
8 hours
Now, this next item contains flash photography. The Duchess of Cambridge has been in Torfaen visiting a project which helps young people in care with mental health problems. It's her first visit to Wales as the official patron of the charity Action for Children.
BBC One West Midlands
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Birmingham City Council says it's taken further steps to safeguard children. Has anyone been sacked over Keegan's death? Employment action has been taken to the regulator, and those people are no longer working with us. So people have been sacked? Yes.
Washington Free Beacon
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"Come on, How can a women rape a man?" Maher has received criticism for providing Yiannopoulos, known as a right-wing provocateur, with a platform on his popular HBO show. Yiannopoulos, 32, lost a speaking role at the Conservative Political Action Conference, his job at Breitbart , and a book deal after a video surfaced of him making comments about pedophilia. In the video he appeared to condone sexual relations with boys as young as 13, which led CPAC to rescind its speaking invitation on Monday. Maher gave his thoughts on the matter in an interview with the New York Times . "What I think people saw was an emotionally needy Ann Coulter wannabe, trying to make a buck off of the left's propensity for outrage," he said. "And by the end of the weekend, by dinnertime Monday, he's dropped as a speaker at CPAC. Then he's dropped by Breitbart , and his book deal falls through.
Slate
9 hours
Looking forward from Donald Trump’s inauguration last month, both allies and opponents expected a sprint of action from the president and an emboldened Republican Party. All the parts were there: GOP majorities in both chambers of Congress, an ambitious House Speaker in the form of Paul Ryan, and an energized conservative movement eager to undo the Obama presidency. It was just a matter of time before Trump would make his mark on American governance.
F1 Fanatic
9 hours
Sauber has become the first team to show its new car for the 2017 F1 season in action. See the first video of the C36 running.