Techradar - Reviews
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Last but not least, theres a flap on the bottom of the speaker that reveals the microUSB charging port. Theres no aux jack here so dont expect to be able to use the Fugoo Go with legacy devices. Its Bluetooth or nothing. Performance The Fugoo Go sounds good, but bass isnt its strong suit. We found the sound signature to be relatively balanced with energetic highs and lush mids which are perfect for vocal music and podcasts. Bass response is nice and tight, but the speakers just cant create as much impact as we would have liked. One unique design aspect of the Fugoo Go is that you can lay the speaker flat on its back for 360-degree sound or lay it up on its side for a more directional listening experience. On its back, the Fugoo Go disperses sound well and can fill a small room without any problem.
Daily Express - Film
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PATRICK STEWART returns as Professor X in Logan, but reveals that Ian McKellen was not happy he was left out of the latest X-Men movie.
Daily Express - Film
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STAR WARS novel Aftermath: Empire's End reveals more about the origins of Snoke and it seems he is not a Sith or even from the same galaxy.
Daily Mail - Australia
7 hours
Although research shows that we can usually gauge which of our co-workers like us, we fall short when it comes to identifying our rivals, reveals a study from the Washington University in St. Louis.
Daily Express - Film
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PATRICK STEWART returns as Professor X in Logan, but reveals that Ian McKellen was not happy he was left out of the latest X-Men movie.
InfoWars
8 hours
A coup against Donald Trump is being attempted within the intelligence communities.
Tom's Hardware UK
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BBC One Scotland
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TechCrunch
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Among the more interesting tidbits to be found in Fitbits disappointing new financial filing is the fact that it apparently picked up Pebbles assets for a relative song. While the company didnt reveal the actual numbers when the acquisition was announced late last year, reports pegged it at upwards of $40 million. According to todays filing, the amount Fitbit paid Read More
Daily Mail - Science
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Collective Evolution
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S. General Dwight D. Eisenhower. The declassified letter is from 1999, and it states that the two leaders were briefed on a UFO incident reported by a Royal Air Force (RAF) bomber crew. While traveling back from Germany, the crew allegedly spotted a metal UFO and even took pictures of it. This event should be immediately classified since it would create mass panic amongst the general population and destroy one's faith in the Church, Churchill allegedly said. The letter reveals that Churchill requested that the information be kept secret for at least 50 years. The archives also show that this wasn't a rare occurrence at the time; in 1957, reports proved that there was, on average, one UFO sighting per week ( source ). Dr. David Clarke, a UFO consultant to the National Archives, explained why the papers were only being released now, stating , Since the Freedom of Information Act arrived in 2005, this subject UFOs have become the third-most popular subject for people to write to the Ministry of Defence saying please could you release this file, or papers that you hold on this particular case.
ITV
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The greedy fiance who murderd his partner for her money - now police investigate the death of his previous wife. Britain's new top cop: Cressida Dick makes history as the first female head of the Met. Plus... Sexual harassment on Britain's streets - an ITV investigation reveals half of young women have endured abuse.
The Guardian - Network Front
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An Amnesty report about toxic language in politics warns of its dehumanising effect. It is rightwing leaders who have fomented this “People just aint no good.” This is the refrain of the moment isnt it? Everywhere you look, people are becoming more selfish, insular, nasty and uncaring. The coarsening of public discourse – often onlinereveals anger, alienation and a dangerous kind of apathy that feeds on low-level anxiety and perpetual disappointment. Political rhetoric has normalised expressions of hatefulness. Almost nothing is unsayable, prejudice is not a subtext. It is out and it is proud. Continue reading...
OK!
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Nick Cannon revealed his baby name on Instagram [Nick Cannon/Instagram] The America's Got Talent host, who was previously married to Mariah Carey, has become a father once again with beauty queen and former girlfriend Brittany Bell. And taking to Instagram, the 36 year old announced he had welcomed the pair's first child together. Writing to his 1.8 million followers, the star emotionally wrote: "Weeping may endure for a night, but Joy cometh in the morning! No matter how hard the ...
NASA
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NASA held a news conference Feb. 22 at the agency’s headquarters to discuss the finding by the Spitzer Space Telescope of seven Earth-sized planets around a tiny, nearby, ultra-cool dwarf star. Three of these planets are in the habitable zone, the region around the star in which liquid water is most likely to thrive on a rocky planet. This is the first time so many planets have been found in a single star's habitable zone, and the first time so many Earth-sized planets have been found around the same star. The finding of this planetary system, called TRAPPIST-1, is the best target yet for studying the atmospheres of potentially habitable, Earth-sized worlds
New Scientist - Leaders
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Skull shape tells us that some early inhabitants of the Americas kept to themselves, and that South America saw at least two distinct waves of colonisation
Daily Express - Film
11 hours
STAR WARS novel Aftermath: Empire's End reveals more about the origins of Snoke and it seems he is not a Sith or even from the same galaxy.
Sputnik International
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A report bu Gallup reveals that Americans are much more likely to consider the US military as being the best fighting force in the world than to believe the United States has the world’s top economy.
Cotswold Journal - Showbiz
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The singer is performing at the awards ceremony for the second time, after her stage debut in 2014.
Daily Mail - USA
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Tim McDonaldinsists he ​originally came up with the catchphrase, 'Show me the money' and even helped choose Gooding for the role in the film. But McDonald reveals he was never recognized.
Radar Online
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As a model and fitness personality, Karen MacDougal knows a thing or two about looking your best in photos. And with awards season in full swing, who better to dish out tips on how to emulate your favorite red carpet stars? Read on for some can’t-miss tips on how to pose like pro either at a big soiree or for a simple selfie! Know Your Angles! Celebs spend a ton of time taking practice snapshots to find their ideal angles. Using a webcam or a pal, snap a ton of trial photos with your head at different angles and get (honest!) feedback on which ones look best. Usually, a quarter turn with your chin tilted slightly down is the most flattering. Stand Out In The Squad When posing with a large group, it can be tempting to sacrifice yourself and squat in the front row, but dont—the closer you are to the camera the bigger you’ll look! End spots will offer the most slimming angles, and always pose with your hand on your hip, shoulders down, elbows pointing behind you, to look the leanest.
ScienceDaily
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Hospitals can improve patient care and reduce costs associated with coronary angioplasty if cardiologists perform more of these procedures through an artery in the wrist and if they take steps to discharge such patients on the same day, according to a new study.
ScienceDaily
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We use others' eyes -- whether they're widened or narrowed -- to infer emotional states, and the inferences we make align with the optical function of those expressions, according to new research. The research reveals, for example, that people consistently associate narrowed eyes -- which can enhance visual discrimination -- with discrimination-related emotions including disgust and suspicion.
The Sun Daily - Style
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