Sky News
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one by one. What happens now? Enjoy yourself, relax? Do you know what, I've still got a buzz right now. It would be silly for me to let a dip. So what I'm going to do it have some physio treatment. I'm going to work outside of the gym for a few weeks and live normally, have a few lie ins, that's important
The Economic Times
10 hours
"All the factors you talked about — GDP, stock market, FDI, exports — are indicators from the formal corporate sector. It’s the poorly tracked informal, unorganised sector that is not feeling well," he says. Rajiv Kumar, director, Pahle India Foundation, reckons that the present GDP growth does not feel like 7% for a reason. "From our past experience we know what that felt like and the buzz it created," he says. It is estimated that the black economy contributed over 25% to India’s GDP. The squeeze in the parallel economy, thanks to NDA government’s concerted efforts including demonetisation, have had an impact. So, earlier, a 7% GDP growth actually felt like 9%, thanks to the impetus it got from the parallel economy. Now, with demonetisation and other curbs, black economy has suffered, making 7% actually feel like 5%. "Think of a bottle of soda.
BBC News 24
12 hours
An event heavily promoted on social media, but one that ended up creating a viral buzz of a different kind. After headline act Blink-182 pulled out, festival-goers arrived on Friday to find utilitarian, white tents, accommodation some described as like a refugee camp
BBC News 24
13 hours
to $12,000 for a four-person package. An event heavily promoted on social media, but one that ended up creating a viral buzz of a different kind. After headline act Blink-182 pulled out, festival-goers arrived.
Daily Mail - YOU
16 hours
Squeeze into something different for spring with Bobbi Brown’s Art Stick Liquid Lips. They remind me of the bold lip looks at Mary Katrantzou’s S/S 17 show.
Fast Company
17 hours
BBC News 24
17 hours
the rich and famous. With tickets costing up to $2000 for a four person package. An event, heavily promoted on social media, but caused a viral buzz of a different kind. -- $12,000
Daily Mail - Football
19 hours
David Wheater's sacrifice had little bearing on Bolton staying afloat but typifies why they are back towards stability and on the cusp of a return to the Championship.
Sky News
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known him. He thrives on the big occasion but this is another level. When we look around, there is a real buzz about the place. What will it be like as Anthony Joshua? It'll be another skill from anything before. If he wins tonight, are.
STV
a day
I just like the experience and the adrenaline and the buzz about it all and just doing it. We just do Gymfest because we're from Scotland so we try to include Scottish music. 3,000 tickets have been sold for the colourful event, held in Aberdeen for the first time
STV
a day
I just like the experience and the adrenaline and the buzz about it all and just doing it. We just do Gymfest because we're from Scotland so we try to include Scottish music. 3,000 tickets have been sold for the colourful event, held in Aberdeen for the first time
Voice Of America
a day
If you’ve been walking through downtown Nairobi lately, you may have seen Moses Odhiambo. The 29-year-old self-taught saxophonist has been drawing crowds and inspiring a love of music in young people who, like himself, are growing up on the streets. Moses Odhiambo plays his saxophone amid the usual buzz of evening rush hour in Nairobi’s central business district. He performs here every Tuesday and Thursday. A small crowd gathers. Today marks one year since he started performing like this. But he is no stranger to the streets. At 10 years old, he left home with his three brothers. Their mother couldnt afford to feed them. Odhiambo spent several homeless years in the slums of Nairobi’s Kayole Soweto area. Through sponsorship programs, he was able to complete high school, where he played trumpet. He showed a knack for music. “So the director called me and told me, before we get a professional teacher come and try teaching these students," said Odhiambo.
Bleacher Report
a day
When Matt Hardy and brother Jeff take on Cesaro and Sheamus at Payback, the audience should be on the lookout for signs of his "broken" character's re-emergence. Matt created buzz when he was with Impact Wrestling when his wild-eyed and unhinged alter ego arose. He has not displayed that side of himself since returning to WWE at WrestleMania 33. However, he has teased several times online that the gimmick is on its way back. For example, Matt tweeted this clear reference to his broken character and Impact Wrestling: A loss at Payback could be the catalyst for him to morph back into his broken self. And in a sign of how weird things will get in the Orton vs. Wyatt match, Dave Meltzer mentioned on Wrestling Observer Radio (h/t Steve Carrier of Ringside News) that a portion of the House of Horrors bout may be taped, with the climax of the bout happening live in the ring.
Techradar - Reviews
a day
As expected, all the physical buttons (power, Windows, volume up/down, three programmable buttons and auto-rotate) require far more pressure to register than traditional tablets out there. Not only does that prevent accidental inputs, it also makes them easier to work with gloves. We further appreciated the fact that pressing the buttons causes the device to buzz and vibrate, so you know theyve been pressed. The tethered stylus slots nicely in the body of the tablet. Its not as stylish as the active models, but at least you dont have to charge it regularly and the pen will work regardless of the immediate environment. At the heart of the Dell Latitude 12 7202 is the Broadwell-based Intel Core M-5Y71 CPU, a dual-core processor with a tiny 4.5W TDP and a base clock speed of 1.2GHz. It can overclock to 2.5GHz and down-clock to 800Mhz.
Plymouth Herald
a day
Let's face it, flies are pretty gross.They love nothing more than to buzz around bins - the smellier, the better.And worse still, they have a thing for poo. Fresh dog poop is their absolute favourite, and for no good reason. It's not like they do anything useful with it.It's fair to associate the dirty beasts with foul smells and festering filth, which is why most of us will swat them away without a second thought if they come within an inch of us.Urgh, get it off!Now that the summer's...
Deadline
2 days
We are heading into the most crucial days of the 2017 pilot season. At the broadcast networks, pilots are headed into screenings and more testing, which will help determine which projects will go to series. And at the AMPTP headquarters in Encino, reps for the TV studios and the WGA are wrapping up negotiations, which will determine whether the industry will be able to avoid a writers strike. While the two processes largely had been going separately on parallel tracks, as...
ABC News - New South Wales
2 days
Variety
2 days
With Upfronts still more than two weeks away, its still early in the decision-making process, but as the current broadcast season winds down, television executives are beginning to form opinions on the pilots in contention for their networks 2017-2018 slate. As always, a handful of projects are rising as early frontrunners, while others have not impressed with... Read more »
BBC One Yorkshire
2 days
belt, welcome back. I have loved their build-up today. The buzz you felt even hours before the cyclists arrive. Absolutely. Everyone came down here early to bag a spot. Scarborough.
PC Pro
2 days
If you want to play your tunes from Spotify on your phone while the car’s satnav delivers navigation instructions, for example, that’s easy to achieve. And it’s an important consideration for iPhone owners since Apple Maps still isnt the greatest satnav tool; its voice search facilities, in particular, are woeful and route planning isnt a patch on Android’s equivalent. The car’s audio system is less impressive but never sinks into “so awful I can’t listen to it” territory. Lower trim grade cars get the four-speaker system that lacks ear-level tweeters, so audio, disconcertingly sounds like it’s coming from your feet. The effect is less obvious in cars with the six-speaker audio system, which has two tweeters at dashboard height, two in the footwell and two at the rear, and overall the sound quality is perfectly acceptable. Image 15 of 17 The bass never reaches deep down to the very lowest notes and there’s a brittle, hard sound to the mid and upper notes, but it never distorts badly and even at maximum volume, there’s surprisingly little cabin rattle and buzz.
Mashable
2 days
If you're a space nerd, there's never been a better time to get back into Lego, especially with a new, towering (literally) set about to hit shelves. SEE ALSO: The real stories of the NASA women celebrated in Lego form Following the huge buzz around the Women of NASA set announced earlier this year, Lego has announced the release date from another user-submitted idea: a Lego set of the Apollo-era Saturn V rocket. Standing at 39-inches high ("approximately 1:110 scale," per LEGO ), the rocket is the tallest Lego Ideas set made yet, and it has the most "elements" of any Lego Ideas project, with a whooping 1,969 pieces. (Naturally, since the Apollo 11 mission happened in 1969. We see you, Lego.) Read more... More about Apollo , Lego , Saturn V , Watercooler , and Space
PC Pro
2 days
If you want to play your tunes from Spotify on your phone while the car’s satnav delivers navigation instructions, for example, that’s easy to achieve. And it’s an important consideration for iPhone owners since Apple Maps still isnt the greatest satnav tool; its voice search facilities, in particular, are woeful and route planning isnt a patch on Android’s equivalent. The car’s audio system is less impressive but never sinks into “so awful I can’t listen to it” territory. Lower trim grade cars get the four-speaker system that lacks ear-level tweeters, so audio, disconcertingly sounds like it’s coming from your feet. The effect is less obvious in cars with the six-speaker audio system, which has two tweeters at dashboard height, two in the footwell and two at the rear, and overall the sound quality is perfectly acceptable. Image 15 of 17 The bass never reaches deep down to the very lowest notes and there’s a brittle, hard sound to the mid and upper notes, but it never distorts badly and even at maximum volume, there’s surprisingly little cabin rattle and buzz.
Bleacher Report
2 days
This, of course, isn't going to stop us from trying to mock the next two roundswhich we're going to do here. We'll run down the current draft order for Day 2 and make projections based on factors like prospect stock, player potential and team needs. We'll also examine some of the latest draft-related stories heading into Day 2. 2017 NFL Mock Draft Latest Buzz Where Does Mixon Go? You're probably tired of hearing about Joe Mixon and his 2014 assault of a woman, but it's something teams aren't going to and shouldn't forget. According to James Poling of NewsOK.com, at least six teams have either removed Mixon from their draft boards or have hinted to having removed him. What Mixon did was despicable, but he has enough on-field talent that at some point, a team is going to take a chance on him. According to Bleacher Report draft analyst Matt Miller, one team still considering Mixon is the Green Bay Packers.
Techradar
2 days
And then of course theres Google Glass which saw its buzz burn out pretty quickly, thanks to a screen that sat uncomfortably in front of your eye offering hard-to-read information overlays. Why would Apple make AR glasses? CAPITALISM. Those shareholders appetites for mansions and swimming pools wont be sated! But on a serious note, Apples in need of a new product category. The last time Apple launched an inarguably successful new product line was the iPad and even that has proved difficult to maintain momentum in. AR is an exciting new area, and one in which Apple (at least in hardware terms) wouldnt have huge competition in, at least in the present. Yes, theres the Microsoft HoloLens but thats primarily being billed currently as a business-orientated device.