Scunthorpe Telegraph
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Techradar
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The Mavic Pro has a top speed of around 40mph, so it's no slouch in that department, and the battery is good for around 20 to 25 minutes of aerial action. As is the case with other DJI drones, the Mavic Pro comes with a dedicated remote control that uses your phone's display to show you exactly what the device is seeing. Range is quoted as being over 4 miles, giving you the opportunity to capture some amazing stills and video without worrying about the connection dropping. Read the hands-on review: DJI Mavic Pro It's rare for a company to put the looks of its drone ahead of core functionality, but the Xiro Xplorer V certainly looks unique, especially when it's up in the air. This device really does look the business thanks to its sharp edges, LED lighting and fetching camo color scheme. All of this fits nearly into a specially designed backpack, which is an optional extra but comes highly recommended.
Sky News
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Indeed we must. You yourself were highly involved in the prevent strategy for a number of years. Can you remind us what exactly the prevent strategy was, what did it in tail and who was targeted at? Prevent has morphed over a number of years but initially was designed.
Hackaday
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Remember the Raspberry Pi Sense Hat? Originally designed for a mission to the International Space Station, the board has quite a few sensors onboard as well as an 8×8 RGB LED matrix. What can you do with an 8×8 screen? You might be surprised if you use [Ethan's] Python Sense Hat animation library . You can get the full visual effect in the video below. The code uses an array to represent the screen, which isn't a big deal since there are only 64 elements. Turning on a particular element to animate, say, a pong puck, isn't hard with or without the library. Here's some code to do it with the library: for x in range(0,7): ect.cell(image,[0,x],[randint(0,255), randint(0,255), randint(0,255)],0.1) ect.cell(image,[0,x],e,0.1) for x in range(7,0, -1): ect.cell(image,[0,x],[randint(0,255), randint(0,255), randint(0,255)],0.1) ect.cell(image,[0,x],e,0.
The Event Chronicle
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I am working with several people to develop a lawful infrastructure that facilitates cooperation, specifically in the truth movement that has been so crippled by divide and conquer campaigns. This infrastructure will not only provide a platform for discussing topics of information with others freely but also the legal and lawful support needed to protect ourselves from the tyrannical state while supporting solution projects of all types. The World Healers Imperative, as it is being called, is designed and intended to bridge the gap between awakening minds that are truly willing to do the inner and outer work to be the change . Downloads, My Intuitive Process and New Developments Thirdly, I have been receiving downloads on a regular basis, which I do my best to write down. They come through during moments of contemplation, philosophy, insight, and meditation, usually when I feel the most alive and invested in my experience.
Sky News
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This infamous boat trip during the Queen's Jubilee will go down in music history, the ultimate publicity stunt designed to provoke the establishment. No one knew what was going on
The Event Chronicle
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To put it bluntly, this reality is like a dream, and once one becomes aware of this, they cannot go back to sleep. The major changes are related to the initially described energetic processes that tend to interact and program the mind to generate aspects of reality that seem externally initiated. That system is part of the dream system and like a giant computer system everything is coded and numbered across the reality of time and experience. Everything plays out like a storyline depending on the code and interactions that occurred previously according to an overall script that is produced and updated depending on how the awareness of the individual character changes during the ‘production’. The idea here is that the script is designed to keep people from realizing the true nature of the production and the very existence of a ‘script’. In short, if you were to create a simulation system, would you create a system that convinces people that the simulation is a simulation? How well would that work? Wouldnt that be counterproductive? Thus, the simulation is programmed to convince people that the simulation is reality.
Autocar
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The Rolls-Royce Sweptail is a bespoke one-off creation, designed by the firm in conjunction with a customer The Rolls-Royce Sweptail is a window into the world of the ultra-rich - and that's why it could prove significant for the British marque Forgive me for starting with a terrible cliché, but… you know that whole thing about ‘if you have to ask how much it costs, you can’t afford it’? Well, when I first set eyes on Rolls-Royce Sweptail, a bespoke one-off motor created the firm on commission, my first thought was ‘how much?’ And I’m a journalist, so… I really had to ask. The launch of the @rollsroycecars Sweptail at Lake Como in Italy pic.twitter.com/TBKHtBi3QMAutocar (@autocar) May 27, 2017 Predictably, Rolls-Royce werent saying. A figure of £10million has been bandied around which is… kind of ridiculous. £10m would just about buy you five Bugatti Chirons.
Sky News
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This boat trip during the Queen's Jubilee will go down in music history, the ultimate publicity stunt designed to provoke the establishment
Sky News
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that's forcing people to reflect what's going on at the G7 so it's designed to be a very deliberate strategy. Donald Trump arrived here along with the other leaders this morning. He has been involved in a session in terms of looking at migration,.
Ruptly TV
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EVO
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Tom Wiltshire 27 May 2017 Owning a Rolls-Royce of any description already puts you in a fairly exclusive club. But what if you can’t settle for anything less than completely unique? That’s the dilemma one Rolls-Royce customer faced, so rather than go elsewhere he approached the brand with a request – to build a one-off, coachbuilt model to his exact specification. Rolls-Royce agreed, and the Sweptail was born. Rolls-Royce Phantom Coupe review The client’s brief was simple – the car had to be inspired by his favourite Rolls models of old, particularly the boat-tail tourers from the 1920s. As a collector of yachts both classic and modern, he specified sleek lines that have a nautical touch. The end product is the definition of automotive opulence and luxury – an enormous, two-seater coupe, designed to cross continents in total comfort, with no consideration of the boring financial side of things.
Auto Express
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Rolls-Royce has revealed the Sweptail at the Villa d’Este car show in Italy, a bespoke model designed for one wealthy customer 2017-05-27 09:30 Rolls-Royce has revealed a new bespoke creation for one very special customer. This is the ‘Sweptail’ – a one-off collector’s item with a distinctiveSwept-tailrear end inspired by the Rolls-Royces of the 1920s. Making its debut at the Concorso d’Eleganza concours festival held at Villa d’Este, Italy, the Rolls-Royce Sweptail project began way back in 2013, when the brand was approached by one of its “most valued customers” to commission a radical new two-seater. A list of several elegant early 20th century cars from the British brand were all used to influence the design of the Sweptail. Based on a Rolls-Royce Phantom Coupe, the Sweptail is entirely hand made and took two years to complete. While it may share a platform with the Phantom, every panel of bodywork is unique.
Autocar
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ITV4
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and get on with the important things. A car designed for every moment so you never miss yours. Now available at £199 per month
Sky News
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hope that Donald Trump would make a statement about whether the US was going to stay in the Paris agreement, designed to reduce carbon emissions. He has told the other G7 members that he hasn't made up his mind and we are not going to hear what his decision is until.
Dezeen
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This week on Dezeen, we revealed leaked images of a skyscraper that David Adjaye has designed for New York , and brought you the latest from the city's month-long design festivities . Read more
Hackaday
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Even with all the hamster wheel trackers out there (and on this site) there’s room for improvement. [Bogdan] upgraded his hamster wheel from an Arduino and datalogging shield to an ESP32, and unleashed some new capabilities one does not ordinarily associate with hamster wheels. [Bogdan]'s project logs distance in feet, duration of current session in time, RPM, overall revolutions, speed in MPH, and overall number of sessions, as well as a couple of system monitoring stats. It also tracks multiple wheels, as [Piontek] (the hamster) has two. However, thanks to the ESP32, [Bogdan]’s wheel tracker tweets its stats and updates a ThingSpeak dashboard with [Piontek]'s workouts. In addition to its functionality, [Bogdan] made a point to make the project look and feel FINISHED. He designed custom 3D parts including a front plate, hooks for attaching the control box to the cage, and mounts for attaching the sensor to the wheel.
Sky News
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way into the public consciousness. It's instant spot trip during the Queen's to believe will go down in music history, the ultimate publicity stunt designed to provoke the establishment
The Economic Times
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Last month, US President Donald Trump signed an executive order for tightening the rules of the H-1B visa programme to stop "visa abuses". Trump said his administration is going to enforce 'Hire American' rules that are designed to protect jobs and wages of workers in the US. The executive order also called upon the Departments of Labour, Justice, Homeland Security, and State to take action against fraud and abuse of our visa programmes.
The Economic Times
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Sky News
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in that Paris agreement, stay there, which is designed to cut global emissions. There was an expectation he would announce something. He is not going to now. He told the G7 yesterday he hadn't made up his mind about what is going to do. We are not expecting any kind of announcement.
BoingBoing
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Medical devices have long been the locus of information security's scariest failures: from the testing and life-support equipment in hospitals to the implants that go in your body: these systems are often designed to harvest titanic amounts of data about you , data you're not allowed to see that's processed by code you're not allowed to audit , with potential felony prosecutions for security researchers who report defects in these systems ( only partially mitigated by a limited exemption that expires next year). What's more, it can get much worse . (more)
The Economic Times
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