Techradar
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Beaming with pride Then theres also Beam , which brings built-in game broadcasting to Windows 10, with no extra software or hardware required. Youll be able to stream gaming sessions with a minimum of fuss, and Beam offers a whole host of extras to facilitate interacting and chatting with your viewing audience. And following the embarrassment of Windows 10s browser coming in last place at the Pwn2Own hacking event recently, Microsoft underlined security improvements to Edge, claiming that it blocks 9% more phishing sites and 13% more malware than Chrome (according to an NSS Labs report note that Googles Chrome won the Pwn2Own contest). The software giant also observed that the Creators Update brings a number of new features to Edge, including advanced tab management to help you better organise all your open tabs, and the ability to read e-books (purchased from Books in Windows Store) in the browser across all your Windows 10 hardware.
Techradar
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Our goal is that were going to want to support software that streamers use today, and then we also want to make it easier with native broadcasting features, Gibson says. But Microsoft is also keen to bring the benefits of native broadcasting to these third-party services by enabling low-latency streaming on both OBS and Xsplit. Native broadcasting is there if you want to take the simple route, but Microsoft is also hoping to entice power-users away from its rival. 5. Its community has a positive vibe...so far Its no secret that Twitch has experienced some growing pains during its explosion in popularity. From racist language used in its live-chat during a Hearthstone event to sexist harassment and even instances of streamers having SWAT teams sent to their homes . So far, Beam has been relatively free of such instances, but Gibson is aware that Microsoft will have to work hard if it wants to maintain this going forward, The Beam community is very positive and supportive and thats something we want to keep growing, especially as the service grows.
Mashable
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Will the new Samsung Galaxy S8 be good enough to make us forget the exploding phone jokes? We'll find out soon. Samsung has had a rough go of it since the end of last year. Between exploding phones , washing machines and even a store that caught fire on Tuesday, the company has constantly been in the newsbut not for great reasons. SEE ALSO: Samsung's new tablets are out to destroy the iPad Pro and Surface Pro 4 Details about the new Galaxy S8 phone have leaked all over the place , but Samsung needs the gadget to make a major splash to douse the fires that are still fresh in everyone's memory. Which means Wednesday's "Unpacked" event is one to watch. Read more... More about Samsung Unpacked , Bixby , Samsung Galaxy S8 , Samsung , and Tech
ITV
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whatever part Wales has in it, is ensuring that economically, in two years time, they are not in a worse place than they are now. Rupert, Peter and Martin, thank you very much. As important as triggering Article 50 is, there's another nation-defining event here at Westminster today. It's one week on from the attack that killed three people.
RT News
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Israel's communications minister says the Bible is enough to prove that his country has legitimate land claims, despite what Google or Wikipedia say. The remarks were made during an event supporting West Bank settlements. Read Full Article at RT.com
CNET News
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Daily Express - Technology
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THE Samsung Galaxy S8 release date is here, with the South Korean company due to take the wraps off its new smartphone at an event in London at 4pm. However, a number of new leaks have appeared online in the final few hours before the launch.
BBC News 24
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mood there for Britain and the EU now that this historic event has taken place? -- then. This was reflected in the tone of Donald Tusk, sadness, a bit of sarcasm, perhaps in.
BBC Two England
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go to Ben Brown in Brussels. Give us a feeling, what is the mood now that this historic event has taken place? Probably a mood of sadness in Brussels as you might expect
Voice Of America
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BBC Parliament
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a member of the single market. But, Mr Speaker, that may change in the next two years, who knows what might happen? The EU may move away from that principle of the free movement of people. In that event, could the Prime Minister give an assurance that she has not turned her back.
Western Morning News
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Western Morning News
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Exeter's Jo Pavey is set to receive a World Championship 10,000m bronze medal from a race she ran almost 10 years ago after Turkey's Elvan Abeylegesse had her results voided.Pavey will collect the medal - her first ever global medal having previously won at Commonwealth and European level - for the 2007 race after governing body IAAF said silver medalist Abeylegesse had been found guilty of an in-competition doping offence during the Japan event.Read more: Reuben Reid not surprised about Exeter...
West Briton
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The likes of Rod Stewart and Little Mix could be performing in the historic grounds of Pendennis Castle overlooking Falmouth bay if a music event company gets its way. Hassan Malik and Kayleigh Johnson, who run Canvas, are seeking a licence to hold more DJ and light shows at the castle, but also want to expand to other music events. It follows an event last September, which led to some complaints about noise, but the couple said they have addressed all the concerns raised by Cornwall...
CoinDesk
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Blockchain tech will likely boost financial inclusion, but a major impact is still a way off, according to panelists at a recent event in China. Source
The Sun Daily
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Leicester Mercury
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Baby and Toddler of the Year 2017 is back this year with a difference - this time we have made it easier for you to enter.To take part all you need to do is upload one of your own pictures, anything from a professional image to a snap on your mobile, complete our form and send it off to us.We've put together some frequently asked questions about the event for you to have a read through:How do I enter?Entry is simple. Just fill in the online entry form and upload a photograph.What is the age...
EVO
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Antony Ingram 29 Mar 2017 China's motor shows grow bigger every year, keeping pace not only with a growing car industry but also the importance of the Chinese market to American, European and other Far-Eastern car manufacturers. Alternating each year with the Beijing motor show, for 2017 it's Shanghai's turn. Most of the major manufacturers now exhibit in Shanghai, though domestic marques are taking greater and greater priority every year - not least because Chinese car firms and investment groups hold ever greater sway outside the country. Read about 2015's Shanghai motor show here evo will be reporting live from the show floor at the 2017 event - and we'll be keeping this page updated as more vehicles are revealed both in the run up to the show and during Auto Shanghai itself. When is the 2017 Shanghai motor show? Auto Shanghai 2017, or the Shanghai International Automobile Industry Exhibition, opens to the public between April 21 and April 28, 2017 - though April 19-20 are the official press days, so that's when the majority of the show's exhibits will first be revealed.
The Week
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Although some lawyers have made the case that Article 50 is irrevocable, the wording of the clause permits member states to serve notice of their "intention" to withdraw. "Legally, you may withdraw an intention, or change it, or transform it into a decision," the EU Council's chief legal counsel, Jean-Claude Piris, wrote in the Financial Times last year. Even the President of the European Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker, said earlier this month that he hopes "the day will come when the British will re-enter the boat", Sky News reports. But should it? "In the unlikely event that the UK decided it wanted to stay in the EU after all, politics - not law - would determine whether Article 50 could be reversed," says Sky News. Despite there being "plenty of people who voted 'leave' who are now not so sure", overturning the referendum result or holding a second EU referendum is a "hot croissant", writes Sky News correspondent Michelle Clifford.
BBC News 24
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have spoken and we offered the Ulster Unionist Party. Port in ensuring negotiations deliver the best for the whole of the UK ensuring negotiations deliver the best for the whole of the UK and particularly for Northern Ireland. But could I ask the Prime Minister to confirm that in the extremely improbable event that a border poll should take place regarding the future.
Japan Times
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BBC Two England
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the UK and particularly for Northern Ireland. But could I ask the Prime Minister to confirm that in the extremely improbable event that a border poll should take place regarding the future of Northern Ireland.
BBC Two England
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withdraw from the EU by the end of March 2019. And we can talk now to the SNP MP Stephen Gethins, who is the party's spokesman on Europe. Welcome back to the daily politics. For you and the SNP, there is a date and an event missing, namely a second independence referendum
TopRank
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Today, she’s well-known for bringing her mix of social media, communications and marketing skills together for creative campaigns and elevating executives profiles such as former CIO of SAP, Oliver Bussmann. She joined SAP team in 2010. What was your Twister event? What moment or event put you on a path to a career in marketing? While I working at a company that produced local market books, CitySearch.com—an online city guide and community—wanted a partnership. And I thought that was a really cool concept, and just in passing I mentioned that I’d love to work there, and ended up getting an interview. After the interview, I showed up constantly. I brought the sales team doughnuts one day. Another day I stopped by with thank you notes. Finally, they just said “OK. Come on in and join our team. The other guy wants this job, but you want it more.