Techradar
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Ever wanted to bring all your old Warhammer pieces or children's toys to life? Well with Motion you can, or at least to some kind of stop motion life. The app couldn't be simpler: you just point your phone at whatever you want to animate, press the big yellow button on the screen, then slightly move anything that you want to show in motion. From that, press the button again and continue like that until you've created your masterpiece. Once all the footage is in place you can play it back, adjust the frame rate if needed and remove any pictures that you forgot to get your hands out of. You can always go back and add more frames to a project at any point, so you don't need to set aside a whole afternoon to get an intricate animation done in one go. Once you finally are finished you can save it to your phone and send it to your friends/your kids/anyone else who'll still talk to you after seeing your shonky stop motion.
Reuters
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ITV
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Let me be honest about this, often it is very tricky. I do believe in a certain level of immersion to get the job done. Once the make up was on, during the day, that was that. But at the end of the day, when the make up and costume and everything else came off, I was left with a sense that I had a responsibility to remember that I don't suffer from a debilitating mental illness.
Washington Free Beacon
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If you care about M. Night Shyamalan's movies and hope to avoid having his latest film spoiled for you—and its twist will be spoiled for you on Twitter or Facebook or somewhere else; it's too good not to share—then you have to see Split on its opening weekend. In fact, you should leave work or home or wherever you are and hit up a multiplex now. But I realize that's a big ask. After all, who cares about M. Night Shyamalan movies anymore? It's hard to think of a director who burned so brightly before spectacularly flaming out. Shyamalan burst onto the scene in 1999 with The Sixth Sense , a worldwide box office smash and that rare horror film to be nominated for a best picture statue at the Oscars. What made The Sixth Sense so memorable was its surprise ending, of course. But, if you go back and watch it again, the film endures because it's beautifully put together and has a solid emotional core.
Phys.Org
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The appearance of small bodies in the outer solar system could be deceiving. Asteroids and dwarf planets may be camouflaged with an outer layer of material that actually comes from somewhere else.
The Huffington Post
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Techradar
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Were expecting a lot of things from the LG G6 , but one thing it might not be is water-resistant, as new renders show it in a waterproof case something which wouldnt be necessary if the phone itself was waterproof. While case renders can never be taken as fact, they are often based on information supplied by the phones manufacturer, so theyre worth considering. And the absence of any sort of waterproofing on the LG G6 wouldnt come as a surprise, since the LG G5 and other handsets in the range dont play nice with liquids. That said, a waterproof design has been rumored elsewhere , and many rivals offer some level of water-resistance, so dont count it out just yet. Same as it ever was The renders, posted by Ghostek and spotted by BGR , dont give a huge amount else away, but the design of the G6 appears to be similar to that of the LG G5, complete with a metal build, a fingerprint scanner on the back and a dual-lens camera.
Autocar
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8 and sucked his teeth. Clearly, I'd driven it to him, so a cold start wasn't possible, but we did dismantle the airbox and get to the fifth injector, which was working just fine. After various circuit checks and with little else we could do there and then, I booked the car in to be left with him for a longer period in a couple of months and jumped back on Google. Another possible cause seemed to be the car's over voltage protection (OVP) relay, its 10 amp fuse often blowing and not providing enough oomph when it's most needed. Of course, there are also question marks surrounding the fuel lines, pump and filter, all of which will be assessed soon. But let us not be too concerned with such a trivial issue - what about how the 190 performed on a trip down to Dorset? The answer: an absolute dream. With the engine and gearbox warm, the 190, even in its entry-level 1.
Politico
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Throughout Trump’s career, there has been a consistent management structure: Him at the top, and everyone else in the fray below competing for the attention of a man set to become perhaps the most improvisational, if not impetuous, chief executive in American history. “We have no formal chain of command around here,” Trump proudly advertised to tech titans who gathered at Trump Tower last month. Sam Nunberg, an adviser who laid the groundwork for Trump’s 2016 campaign but was fired soon after the launch, offered a different take: “There is a chain of command. But, at the end of the day, it starts and ends with Donald Trump.” It’s almost become a trope to compare Trumpworld to various reality TV shows, complete with warring factions, shifting alliances and occasional offings of key characters. But Paul Manafort, who led Trump’s campaign part of last summer, said Trump’s division of responsibilities in the West Wing reflects a Trump’s longtime management style.
Washington Free Beacon
an hour
If you care about M. Night Shyamalan's movies and hope to avoid having his latest film spoiled for you—and its twist will be spoiled for you on Twitter or Facebook or somewhere else; it's too good not to share—then you have to see Split on its opening weekend. In fact, you should leave work or home or wherever you are and hit up a multiplex now. But I realize that's a big ask. After all, who cares about M. Night Shyamalan movies anymore? It's hard to think of a director who burned so brightly before spectacularly flaming out. Shyamalan burst onto the scene in 1999 with The Sixth Sense , a worldwide box office smash and that rare horror film to be nominated for a best picture statue at the Oscars. What made The Sixth Sense so memorable was its surprise ending, of course. But, if you go back and watch it again, the film endures because it's beautifully put together and has a solid emotional core.
BBC Parliament
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Fourthly, the bill will tidy up legislation. Our statute book is complex enough without the retention of the funked and superseded regulations. Apart from anything else this bill is a useful tidying up exercise to make the status of the current law regarding deployment discrimination absolutely clear. As I have explained, giving important reassurance to anyone who might be concerned about this apparent thing in our law.
BBC Parliament
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That there is no place in society for discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation. What matters in employment is the ability to do the job, nothing else. What matters in society, here's how you can contribute, how you can serve others. Nacho background, your race or your sexuality. Now secondly, it complete the process of repeal, of those provisions which complete the process of repeal, of Armed Forces provisions.
Sky News
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That is why the term special relationship is a bad term because it implies we have a superior relationship to anybody else. In qualitative terms that is true, but in quantitative terms, not.
Techradar
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Unfortunately when it came to the latter series of questions, Nintendos response was a consistent We have nothing to announce at this time. As a result we dont know whether the Switch will be compatible with existing Virtual Console purchases, we dont know whether existing Virtual Console games will be available, and we dont know how the promised SNES online functionality will work. With just over a month left to go until the new console launches, its worrying that Nintendo doesnt yet have answers to these questions. Check out everything else we know about the Nintendo Switch.
Reuters
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Auto Express
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No two Rolls-Royces are exactly alike, and here’s some of the most interesting cars that the company’s Bespoke division created in 2016 2017-01-20 08:00 The super-rich of the world know that the way to display true wealth in your choice of vehicle is to drive something that nobody else has got. Like turning up at a celebrity party wearing­­­­ the same dress as another guest, driving the same car as a fellow motorist is a fashion faux pas that the world’s millionaires and billionaires can afford to avoid by speccing their own extravagantly individual vehicles. And nobody does bespoke like Rolls-Royce . The company has been serving up a blank canvas to the great and good (and rich) of the world since the very early days of motoring, when Rolls-Royce provided just the chassis and running gear. From there, customers chose an independent coachbuilder and were able to intricately tweak the design of their new car to their own specification.
Goal
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Voice Of America
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He said that this month, floodwaters destroyed the sides of the canal, exposing potential deposits. This is not a typical gold rush. Few if any of these part-time prospectors are counting on getting rich. “We have nothing else to lose,” said Nusra Tubtang, a 72-year-old pineapple farmer whose crop was mostly wiped out by the flood. “I come here to relieve stress.” Nusra said that over the past three days she was able to gather small particles of gold that she could sell for the equivalent of $35. Villagers commonly find small flakes of gold, and a few fortunate ones have come across nuggets. In an exceptional case, a villager found a big nugget a few days ago and made a $1,000 sale to the chief of the subdistrict's administration. “With a pan or a sieve, a shovel and a can, and four to five hours, you probably could find some gold here that you can sell and earn at least 300 to 500 baht (about $10 to $15).
ITV
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We will see in the next few hours, starting with the fashion. She walks out onto the US capital platform with. Everyone is wondering what she will wear, what designer she will wear. Pretty much within hours, they will cut a fabric very similar, almost to like when the princesses come out in England so that everybody else can get a copy of the dress before the end of the day. It will be interesting. We don't know what her platform is.
ITV
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Scunthorpe Telegraph
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SCUNTHORPE United manager Graham Alexander said the suspension of Kevin van Veen for this weekend's game against Charlton has opened the door for someone else.Van Veen picked up his 10th booking of the season in the away game to Northampton and will serve a two-game suspension, beginning with the game at The Valley on Saturday.Alexander has said that suspension has opened the door for either a midfielder or a striker to come into the team in his place.Kev's suspension opens the door for...
ITV
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If it was done to anyone else, they would call it bullying." It is 1:40 in the morning where Kate is. We will be back with her throughout the programme. Prostate cancer is the most common cancer affecting British men, but today doctors and campaigners are celebrating the biggest leap in diagnosis in decades.
Reuters
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YourNewsWire
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Notorious globalist billionaire George Soros has gone on the record threatening to take down President Trump and promising an audience at the World Economic Forum in Davos that the New World Order are making the necessary preparations to completely and utterly obliterate every single Trump plan. Speaking to a packed audience at his annual dinner at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Soros warned large multinational corporations to hold off from doing any business in the United States until he's ended his Trump's presidency or else face the consequences. Asked what advice he would give to businesses preparing for the impact of the new presidency, he said I'd keep as far away from it as I can. The hedge fund manager and convicted felon, who initially became famous for having made $1bn by betting on the devaluation of the pound in 1992, is reported to have lost close to a $1bn after the stock market rallied following Trump's win.