TopRank
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Techradar
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As well as quickly editing your documents from within the app and easily sharing them with other people, or just keeping them safely backed up. IF was formerly known as IFTTT, which stands for "if this then that" and handily sums up what this app does. It's a simple ethos that gives you a huge amount of options for making your Android device even smarter. You can create simple statements such as "if any photo is taken then add them to Dropbox", or "if my location is home, send a text message to my partner saying "I'm home!"" which can also be shared with other IF users. You'll be amazed how much you can do with such a simple premise. One of the best things about Android is how customisable it is, and there are loads of apps out there that can help you change the way Android displays and launches apps to suit your preferences. Out of these Nova Launcher is arguably the best, giving you complete control over your home screen.
BBC News 24
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The Republicans have control of Congress and two thirds of the State governorships and legislatures. But they do not like him. No, they do not, but they like his promise that he will cut government spending dramatically.
CNN
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Washington Free Beacon
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Blum's bet paid off nicely, as the flick grossed $65 million at home and almost $100 million worldwide. I imagine he's hoping for a similar return on investment of the $5 million spent on Split , opening today. Split stars James McAvoy as a man suffering from dissociative identity disorder, or multiple personalities. Living within a young man named Kevin are 23 different personalities, though we only really get to see a handful of them: Barry, a would-be fashion designer; Hedwig, a little boy; Eddie, a germaphobe with control issues; and Patricia, a motherly type. We get glimpses of some of the others, but little more. It's Eddie who kidnaps Casey (Anya Taylor-Joy), Claire (Haley Lu Richardson), and Marcia (Jessica Sula), a trio of friends celebrating Claire's birthday at the mall. Locked in a basement with no windows and little chance of escape, it’s the preternaturally calm and empathetic Casey who stands the best chance of turning Kevin's personalities against each other before The Beast—a 24th personality believed in by Eddie and Patricia that Kevin's doctor, Karen Fletcher (Betty Buckley), insists does not existmakes his appearance and feasts upon the flesh of the innocent.
New Scientist - Current Issues
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There are ways for women to take back their reproductive rights - but they might have to go to Mexico
Oxford Mail
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The Huffington Post
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The Huffington Post
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Autocar
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8-litre automatic form, felt completely relaxed up at motorway limits, its ride improving even further with speed. And, as my phone's sat-nav revealed the M3 was backing up and diverted me first onto the A303, then onto the fast-flowing A354 south of Salisbury and finally the snaking B3078 out of Cranbourne, the 190E's handling was called into question. You'd probably imagine my bias would lead to glowing descriptions of bewildering agility and involvement, but in fact, it feels very much like the 24-year-old car it is. The new Avon tyres offered decent grip at around seven-tenths on Wiltshire's slimy surfaces, but the car's steering and body control were far less assured. There's more good news, though. For many years, it seems, the poor car had been parked using its wheel trims, rather than its mirrors, as guides, and they were a real mess. So, while I was in Poole, I thought I'd drop them into Trimtek who, for £100, sanded them down and resprayed them.
Politico
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Politico
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3. Will he go off script? Trump, who never missed a chance during the campaign to boast about his crowds, will speak to his largest gathering ever on Friday, with hundreds of thousands of people expected on the National Mall. But the size of this crowd will make it difficult for Trump to take cues from his audience, a tactic that was a big part of his stump speech, as he constantly re-calibrated his remarks in real time based on the reaction from his audience. After stepping on news cycle after news cycle and refusing the advice of those urging him to tone down his rhetoric, Trump demonstrated over the final month of his campaign that he could stick to his script. Friday's speech offers another test of his self control. 4. Can he speak without a foil? Those close to Trump know, as do people who watched his campaign rallies, that his success has long relied on tearing down his opponents, goading them into reacting to his incendiary statements and then citing it as cause to go nuclear in response.
Sky News
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At the end of the day for all presidents you have Duarte, to what extent can the president control matters that are happening at that level? It's very difficult. In this case you could argue that when it comes to gay rights and marriage, he has done a very good job there.
BBC News 24
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With a new president who will be willing to work with us and trade with us, that has got to be a good thing for Britain. Is he shaping up to be a great ally of the UK? We're hoping he will be and we know that Theresa May has had great experience in trying to control another blonde politician who shoots from the hip. The threat is far greater than trade, the threat is to the harmony of the world.
Sky News
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Barack Obama does a press conference when he talks about gun control and suddenly starts to cry, which is an extraordinary moment in the history of presidents to see the leader of the most powerful country in the world is crying on the division.
Washington Free Beacon
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Blum's bet paid off nicely, as the flick grossed $65 million at home and almost $100 million worldwide. I imagine he's hoping for a similar return on investment of the $5 million spent on Split , opening today. Split stars James McAvoy as a man suffering from dissociative identity disorder, or multiple personalities. Living within a young man named Kevin are 23 different personalities, though we only really get to see a handful of them: Barry, a would-be fashion designer; Hedwig, a little boy; Eddie, a germaphobe with control issues; and Patricia, a motherly type. We get glimpses of some of the others, but little more. It's Eddie who kidnaps Casey (Anya Taylor-Joy), Claire (Haley Lu Richardson), and Marcia (Jessica Sula), a trio of friends celebrating Claire's birthday at the mall. Locked in a basement with no windows and little chance of escape, it’s the preternaturally calm and empathetic Casey who stands the best chance of turning Kevin's personalities against each other before The Beast—a 24th personality believed in by Eddie and Patricia that Kevin's doctor, Karen Fletcher (Betty Buckley), insists does not existmakes his appearance and feasts upon the flesh of the innocent.
Voice Of America
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TIME - Top Stories
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Despite a politically charged delivery and carefully measured statesmanship to please the domestic audience, Theresa May failed to clarify how she wants to reach the 12 points of her Brexit plan during her long-awaited speech on Tuesday. We heard how the U.K., under Mays leadership, intends to be a more global, fair and united Britain that will take back control of its borders and emerge a new outward-looking nation. But, although May's speech may have soothed at least for the moment the fears of many Brits about their future, we are none the wiser about how the U.K. proposes to achieve this transition. Indeed, rhetoric ruled the day with solutions nowhere in sight. The speech spoke to the attentive U.K. audience, but the constant repetition of cornerstone ideological principles had relatively little to offer to the audience patiently listening across the Channel.
Inc.
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Wealth and success often go together. Tech leaders in Silicon Valley are some of the wealthiest people in the world. How they use that wealth matters.
Daily Mail - Australia
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ABC News - Queensland
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A large, fast-moving bushfire steers away from about 60 homes which were under threat on Queensland's Sunshine Coast, but firefighters are yet to bring the blaze under control.
South China Morning Post
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RT Business
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ABC News - Queensland
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A large, fast-moving bushfire steers away from about 60 homes which were under threat on Queensland's Sunshine Coast, but firefighters are yet to bring the blaze under control.