Techradar
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When [new viewers] join a channel they can start having that dialogue with a streamer immediately and for streamers they can have a real-time chat with the folks that are watching them. So it really helps with community growth, allowing that interaction between viewers and streamers to be fostered. This low latency features might be helpful for chat, but they really come into their own when used with Beams interactivity options 2. It's increasingly interactive The next big thing in streaming looks to be interactivity. Amazon has made this a focus on Twitch with its Lumberyard game engine, and Beam plans on having a full suite of interactive elements for its streams. These range from simple soundboard apps (which allow viewers to trigger specific sound effects) that can be applied to any game through to more complex interactive elements introduced as part of Microsofts Interactive 2.
Phys.Org
23 minutes
ITV
24 minutes
730 days of negotiation now follow, two years of tense and complex talks with the EU, an unravelling The end of the beginning, I don't know, but certainly the beginning.
BBC One East
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If he was, I definitely would have identified those signs. As I am sure you know by now, Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty has been invoked. Two years of complex negotiations lie ahead. So what are the big issues here in the East? Our political correspondent Andrew Sinclair is at Westminster now
Politico
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TALKING TAXES: From the New York TimesJulie Hirschfeld Davis: “President Trump’s failure to push through the broad health care overhaul he promised has raised questions about the prospects of a sweeping rewrite of the tax code. It is a politically fraught and dizzyingly complex endeavor that pits powerful interests against one another and threatens to increase the federal deficit.” Davis has five reasons tax reform will be so tough. SCOTUS UPDATE: The fight to confirm Neil Gorsuch has become a “a can’t-lose for Republicans,” write POLITICO’s Seung Min Kim and Burgess Everett. “Aside from Gorsuch, there’s no obvious candidate on the horizon for the GOP’s first big congressional achievement of the Trump presidency. A rewrite of the tax code is months away under the most optimistic timeline. Averting a government shutdown next month would be a meager accomplishment, even by Congresslow standards.
Phys.Org
an hour
Taking a simpler approach to a complex problem, Yale researchers have an answer for why large grains move more easily than smaller ones when driven by fluid flow along a riverbed—a question that has confounded scientists for decades.
BBC Parliament
an hour
people? The right honourable lady is absolutely right that these will be very complex negotiations and I think it was right to wait for the nine months that we have done in order to invoke article 57 we have been able to do a considerable amount of preparation. There.
Western Morning News
an hour
Plymouth Fisheries has introduced a new system, with new people in key positions, which aims to get fish off boats and into market as quickly as possible,The second largest fresh fish market in England, has promoted two of its most experienced staff to new management positions as part of a reorganisation aimed at improving the way the business operates.The fisheries complex, which is operated and owned by Sutton Harbour Holdings plc, has appointed Nick Eggar to the role of Fisheries Manager,...
Voice Of America
an hour
Britain’s process of leaving the European Union is officially under way after British Prime Minister Theresa May today triggered Article 50, kicking off two years of negotiations of what promises to be a lengthy and complex process of ending four decades of engagement with the European Union. Article 50 of the EU's treaty covers how a member can withdraw. The breakup began with a June 2016 referendum in which British voters narrowly chose to leave the EU. The vote appeared to be driven by anti-establishment sentiments and the feeling the EU governing structure has taken too much control away from the common British citizen. The referendum also brought the resignation of former Prime Minister David Cameron, who during a re-election campaign had promised to hold the vote.
BBC News 24
2 hours
They say they will keep it friendly but these will be tough and complex negotiations. We will hear soon what is in Theresa May's letter but we will not here for a while what will be in the response? We know that after Theresa May speaks to MPs in Parliament, Donald Tusk who has.
Sky News
2 hours
it is a historic and complex reform. We want to get this right and that is why we are carefully considering the representations. Alex Salmond. After nine months.
BBC Parliament
2 hours
schools funding, and schools funding is at a record high. In relation to the minimum funding level, as I have said before, the DFE have heard representations on the issue on this national funding formula and will be considering those. There have been a lot of responses to that, but it is a historic and complex reform but there has been general agreement for many years that reform is needed, we want to get.
BBC Two England
2 hours
it is a historic and complex reform but there has been general agreement for many years that reform is needed, we want to get this right which is why we are carefully considering it. After nine months of this Prime Minister's approach to Brexit, Northern Ireland is.
Techradar
2 hours
It's 20 years since arguably the most important LP of, well, the last 20 years. Radioheads OK Computer re-invented the idea of what a guitar album should sound like. Its track listing takes you on a very deliberate journey - not quite in the sense of a concept album, but theres a reason Thom Yorke spent weeks rearranging the songs on his MiniDisc player (it was 1997, after all) before deciding on the right order: its an album that demands to be listened to from beginning to end. 20 years on and the idea of an album is being questioned once again by Drake. His latest LP is part mixtape, part album and, much more significantly, a playlist. More Life is Drake bringing together a selection of songs that become the soundtrack to your life, according to an interview with Complex . With this release he broke his own streaming record and went straight to number one.
Sky News
2 hours
plans to remove the ban on new grammar schools and the restrictions on new faith schools but it is a complex area. We expecting to announce the details following the White Paper
Voice Of America
2 hours
On the eve of Brexit, May, 60, has one of the toughest jobs of any recent British prime minister: holding Britain together in the face of renewed Scottish independence demands, while conducting arduous talks with 27 other EU states on finance, trade, security and a host of other complex issues. Future of Britain The outcome of the negotiations will shape the future of Britain's $2.6 trillion economy, the world's fifth biggest, and determine whether London can keep its place as one of the top two global financial centers. For the EU, already reeling from successive crises over debt and refugees, the loss of Britain is the biggest blow yet to 60 years of efforts to forge European unity in the wake of two devastating world wars. Its leaders say they do not want to punish Britain. But with nationalist, anti-EU parties on the rise across the bloc, they cannot afford to give London generous terms that might encourage other member states to follow its example and break away.
Leicester Mercury
3 hours
BBC News 24
3 hours
Only then does it want to move on to discuss the future relationship on trade and other matters. The UK, on the other hand, wants to talk about all of this at the same time. Time is so short for such a complex process and trade talks will be key. If they can't find a compromise, there is a chance the whole thing could fall apart before it gets going. The aim will be to produce legal texts on the terms of suppression by about October 2018
Ruptly TV
3 hours
Voice Of America
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On the eve of Brexit, May, 60, has one of the toughest jobs of any recent British prime minister: holding Britain together in the face of renewed Scottish independence demands, while conducting arduous talks with 27 other EU states on finance, trade, security and a host of other complex issues. Future of Britain The outcome of the negotiations will shape the future of Britain's $2.6 trillion economy, the world's fifth biggest, and determine whether London can keep its place as one of the top two global financial centers. For the EU, already reeling from successive crises over debt and refugees, the loss of Britain is the biggest blow yet to 60 years of efforts to forge European unity in the wake of two devastating world wars. Its leaders say they do not want to punish Britain. But with nationalist, anti-EU parties on the rise across the bloc, they cannot afford to give London generous terms that might encourage other member states to follow its example and break away.
The Sun Daily
4 hours
BBC News 24
4 hours
Now we have got to deal with leaving. But I voted to leave, I did not vote to cut our arm off, I did not vote to have no tie at all. It is far more complex than that
BBC News 24
5 hours
both political and economic, between Britain and the EU. And that is a very complex second set of negotiations. There is no way in my view that we will complete all of that in years. The truth is we know what we were promised in the referendum.
BBC News 24
5 hours
on that. If they can't agree then in two years time the UK would drop ut of the EU, suddenly the so-called hard Brexit, that's what everyone is trying to avoid. They say they want to negotiate a deal, and they want a smooth divorce, but there is so much complex detail to be worked out. It will be tough and it will take a long time and there is a lot of.