Sky News
3 hours
That is what I am actually discussing. You have moved us into another area. If you could prove... Sorry, that's the nature of conversation. If you could show that these kids were all 14 or 13, of course we have to help them. But why can't we show that? Why are we bringing blokes in their 30s.
Sky News
5 hours
The coalition is bringing every capability they have and so when Iraqis kicked off yesterday, overhead they had everything that the coalition could bring. 33 fighters and bombers in direct support of the Iraqis and that is all enabled by teams that are for, with the Iraqis so that those effects are integrated at the tactical level.
STV
6 hours
ITV
6 hours
Durham-born Neil Fingleton was an actor and stuntman, bringing his extraordinary 7 foot, 7 inch height to roles like the 'king of the giants' in Game of Thrones. Public Health England is calling for a smoking ban on all NHS hospital grounds. They say it's not about forcing people to quit, but rather about helping them. Robyn Dwyer reports. Cigarettes on the ward are now firmly in the past.
Plymouth Herald
7 hours
Techradar
7 hours
Motorola has confirmed it will be bringing Amazon Alexa to the Moto Z and other Motorola phones in 2017 Amazon and Motorola announced the project live at Mobile World Congress 2017 but didn't explain much about how the voice assistant technology would work inside your phone. Motorola did confirm you could use services such as Uber or Spotify, and you'll simply be able to talk to your phone when Alexa is around without touching the device. Youll just be able to say Alexa to activate it, much like you do on the Amazon Echo. Echo on your phone Whether Motorola will be bringing Google Assistant the voice assistant packed into Android 7 to its upcoming smartphones. Its also not clear what devices will be including the new Alexa technology, but Motorola did say its planning to include it in most of its lineup going forward.
Sky News
9 hours
What then happens after the defeat of IS in Mosul? It will be a case of trying to bring the country together, not just politically, but bringing people together, how do you see that going forward? Thank you. After Mosul is complete, there is still a lot ahead for the Iraqis in this fight.
Sky News
9 hours
The level of support from the coalition forces has not changed, the coalition is bringing every capability that they have so that when the Iraqi 's kicked off yesterday and broke into the defences of West Mosul, overhead they had everything that the coalition could bring. The Streelman F-18s, even B-52s just to name a few.
Techradar
9 hours
So imagine music playing in a VR room that subtly changes as more people turn up at your VR houseparty (or when you go and hide in the bathroom to get some respite from your guests). The new tech should be particularly useful for games to add that extra feeling of actually being there. "You can get a strong sense of space and direction, even from reflected sounds, reverb entering a room through a doorway, and more," says Steam . The software is actually the fruit of a 3D audio company Valve acquired back in January . Google's next trick is bringing your face into virtual reality Via Engadget
Techradar
10 hours
Huaweis first Android Wear smartwatch, the aptly titled Huawei Watch , was a smashing hit. It essentially hit all of the marks, bringing slick looks and fast performance together in harmony. Now that the Huawei Watch 2 is official, how does it stack up? Lets break the newly-announced wearable (as well as the Huawei Watch 2 Classic ) apart to see if its a valid upgrade option for smartwatch fans, or something that you can let pass by. Huawei Watch 2 release date Landing sometime in April Early rumors pointed to a Mobile World Congress 2017 announcement for the Huawei Watch 2 and thats exactly what went down. Now official, the sporty Huawei Watch 2 and the office-friendly Huawei Watch 2 Classic will be launching soon, hitting US, UK and Australian stores in April. Both smartwatches will be powered by Android Wear 2.
Leicester Mercury
11 hours
Alternative comedy double act Sam and Tom are bringing their body-swap horrody sketch show, Unrectifiable, to Leicester Comedy Festival tonight.AKA Tom Burgess and Sam Nicoresti, the duo are thrilled to be performing in Leicester, though it's going to be hard to top last year's experience.Over the course of our show, Tom died, then haunted the show while Sam improvised a musical with an audience member, whose soul Tom then sucked out to revive himself. A good time was had by all, say...
Mashable
11 hours
A "ring of fire" eclipse will be visible from the Southern Hemisphere on Sunday morning, although anyone can catch the spectacle live via the space site Slooh.com . Sunday's solar phenomenon is known as an annular eclipse. It happens when the moon slides in between the sun and the Earth but doesn't completely block the sun, as would a total solar eclipse. SEE ALSO: This weekend you can see a lunar eclipse and a comet Instead, a thin, fiery ring of the sun's edges blaze like an iris on an enormous, menacing eye. We'll track the #eclipse from start to finish from Chile and South Africa, bringing the full experience to you https://t.co/vuD0wkQm67 pic.twitter.com/MPNbVLVsir Slooh (@Slooh) February 25, 2017 Read more... More about Earth , Sun , Democratic Republic Of Congo , Zambia , and Angola
Politico
11 hours
Removing those hurdles is precisely what Thiel’s friends and associates across the government will be looking to do, with an eye to bringing about a Thielian world in which people live to 120 years old — on libertarian islands in the middle of the ocean, if they so choose.
Techradar - Reviews
11 hours
While it lacks the colorful pop of the Samsung Galaxy S7, for instance, with its Super AMOLED screen, there's a vivacity that's well complemented by the longer display. What is impressive is the addition of Dolby Vision / HDR 10 support for all manner of HDR content. LG told TechRadar that it's been working with Netflix and Amazon to bring that content to the mobile app (where currently you can only get the standard shows and movies in HD) and there will be a few to choose from at launch. This means you'll get extra color and detail to your movies that are encoded in this format, bringing a superb experience to the mobile. However, we could only test this by watching the pre-installed Dolby Vision demonstration, which is always going to be impressive. It's still a curious decision by LG to use LCD over OLED for a number of reasons. Firstly, the contrast ratio (while good) is still not as deep as on Samsung's devices, with the blacks not as true as they could be (and using LCD rules out Daydream support, as previously mentioned).
Ars Technica
12 hours
Enlarge / The Google Assistant. (credit: Ron Amadeo) The Google Assistant launched on Android with the Google Pixel phones, and since then it has been in an awkward position. The Google Assistant is one of the main interfaces for Google Search, Google's flagship product. Google is accustomed to serving billions of searches per day, but when Google made the Assistant exclusive to the Pixel phones, it limited the usage of the heavily-promoted interface to a tiny fraction of possible users. Today, Google is finally lifting the arbitrary limits on the Google Assistant and bringing it to all Android phones running version 6.0 and up—about 30 percent of active devices. Soon, an update to the Google Search app—which the Assistant is a part of—should arrive and enable the new voice interface on all devices that can handle it. Google is also opening up the Google Assistant to OEMs this week, with the just-announced LG G6 being the first to ship with the Assistant.
BBC One London
12 hours
There is an appetite the length and breadth of the country to end that divisive politics. That is what I stand for, focusing on the future, bringing people back together, concentrating on what the economy might look like in 20 years' time in coming up with ideas to tackle it today.
Sky News
12 hours
Now you are just encouraging us to eat junk food! Well, maybe something healthy. But I could just use an app on my phone to look for the nearest petrol station, couldn't I? I think that is right but I think what this does is take that experience kind of several steps further. We've driven home now and we are in this pretend sitting room cos, Bill, you're going to talk to me about bringing banking into our homes.
BBC One London
12 hours
People are fed up with power being exercised somewhere else, that's where I think federalism comes in because it's about bringing power closer to people and in many ways it's forced on us because of Brexit. We know the United Kingdom is leaving the European Union so we have to talk about the repatriation of those powers from Brussels to Britain.
ITV
13 hours
I do think that it is a pull factor if we say we will continue to take children from Europe. What happened in Calais, the number of children doubled over three weeks. It doubled because traffickers brought them there. And the Age of children began to fall. If you set up a system of bringing the children from Europe, the traffickers will bring you children. The perception is this is about money.
The Iran Project
13 hours
You are not over them a controller”. The prophets came not to rule people and establish empires, but to unite human beings and instill sympathy, and to spread monotheism, freedom, justice and love across the planet and to endow everyone with them. 8- The laws ruling human societies have been codified by God. Those laws are unalterable. The people who, in their hearts, bear tenderness and love for human beings and strive on the path of serving people, have in fact filled their hearts with love for God and a beautiful fate awaits them, hence being honorable both in this world and in the hereafter. 9- Favoring the interests and satisfaction of the public and nations over the interest and satisfaction of an insatiable minority of tyrants of wealth and power, is a reasonable issue, bringing reputation to the rulers. B. Some points on the status of the USA and Your Excellency’s stances during the election campaign: Mr.
BBC News 24
14 hours
The team crashed out in their second run. They ended up going head first into the wall, finishing on their side. Thankfully everyone was OK. They won't feature in the remaining heats though, because their sled failed to make it to the finish line. That's all the sport, now on BBC News The Papers. Hello and welcome to our look ahead to what the the papers will be bringing us today.
Hackaday
15 hours
It's like the old quip from [Henry Ford]: You can have your 3D prints in any color you want, as long as it's one. Some strides have been made to bringing more color to your extruded goodies, but for anything beyond a few colors, you're going to need to look at post-print processing of some sort. For photorealistic 3D prints, you might want to look into a simple hydrographic printing method that can be performed right on a printer. If some of the prints in the video below look familiar, it's because we covered the original method when it was presented at SIGGRAPH 2015. [Amos Dudley] was intrigued enough by the method, which uses computational modeling of complex surfaces to compose a distorted image that will be stretched back into shape when the object is dipped, to contact the original authors for permission to use the software. He got a resounding, Nope! it appears that the authors' institution isn't big into sharing information.
DNews
15 hours
Daily Mail - News
15 hours