Bleacher Report
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Colours put to one side mate. Enjoy." It came from Chris, a Manchester City fan as blue as they come. Chris goes everywhere with City, even when he's told not to. He went to Moscow in 2014 for a Champions League game behind closed doors. Chris and his mates were about the only Blues there, and they managed to sneak into the stadium before getting thrown out. If I'd looked at Chriss social media output without knowing him, I would have dismissed him as another bitter Blue. But then Chris' brother married my sister and our worlds began to collideat family functions, where football talk is awkward but unavoidable. He watched his team. I watched mine. He had a couple of red mates; I had a couple of blue mates. I respected him because he followed his team through thick and thin. He was a good football supporter, loyal to the core. Football is important in Manchester.
WebProNews
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Mobile printing startup Prynt has unveiled their latest gadget that can print colored photos in just 30 seconds, and makes use of augmented reality to producemovingpictures. The gadget is certainly cool, but don't expect to get high-quality images. The printing quality of the gadget is reportedly pedestrian and doesn't even match up to photos from Polariod. However, the faster printing speed, easy functionality, as well as better connectivity to iPhones, make it a good buy compared to most Bluetooth mobile printers. Here's how it works: when the users choose an image from their iPhone to print, the application will upload a clip from the Live Photo—or the Boomerang app from Instagram—to the cloud. After they scan the static image using the Prynt app, the video will be superimposed on top. Prynt co-founder Clément Perrot said , "It's the best of both worlds.
Evening Standard - Business
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Evening Standard - Business
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Techradar
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Its easy to see the seductive pleasure of driving today. In a world of touchscreens and digital devices, the sheer mechanical joy of controlling a car feels like an increasingly rare occurrence. From the tactile feeling you get as the clutch engages with the transmission, to the hum of an engine filled with perfectly intersecting components, theres an innate pleasure to interacting with cars. Given the fun that can be had from driving its not surprising that the idea of driverless cars fills some people with dread. Removing direct control might be much safer and more efficient, but whats lost is the simple pleasures of being in control of your own vehicle. Two worlds of driving Driving occupies an almost unique space at the intersection of work and pleasure. Almost everyone that works outside of a city center needs to drive, whether its to get to and from work or, for many tradespeople, as part of the working day itself.
South China Morning Post
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China Daily
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Android Authority
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Android Authority
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ThinkGeek
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Heartless aren't the only thing you'll need protection from in Kingdom Hearts. If you're off in strange new worlds you'll need to be prepared from all sorts of attacks. And, trust us, don't underestimate solar barrages. Price: $13.99
The Sun Daily
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Tiger Beer’s marketing manager Jessie Chuah was happy with the tie-up between her company and Urbanscapes. “We hope to continue our partnership and work together again to bring more exciting experiences for our discerning drinkers,” she said. On the concept of bringing the worlds of music and art together, Chuah shared that it was #UncageMusic’s mission to create a whole new perspective on creativity. “It was fascinating to see fans enjoy this one-of-a-kind experience, exclusively brought to our fans by Tiger Beer,” she added.
BBC Radio Wales
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BBC Radio Wales
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Genesis I'll be finding out how young people in the world Wednesday at 12:30 and 21 GMT and in 30 minutes it's the food chain with Emily Thomas we're asking when it's ok to profit from another culture cuisine and where is actually do you draw the line between appreciating food and appropriating it looks today it's Tuesday here on the BBC World Service the Worlds radio station 3 a.m. in London hello and welcome to knees day on the BBC.
BBC Radio Wales
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questions from London today at 8 and 23 GMT and in 30 minutes in the second part of the sound of Soweto we explored the music and so it is a group of townships to the south west of Johannesburg and how it came to represent black South African culture to the outside world next today it's the enquiry on the BBC World Service the Worlds radio station does a new science that says poverty can affect your brain but having money worries can reduce your intelligence love to take you from average to boil and efficient.
Carscoops
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If youre looking to get the best of both worlds when it comes to Audis new A4 range, and can stretch your budget, purchasing the 2018 S4 model makes a lot of sense. Read more »
Voice Of America
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``How do you strengthen them and don't let them stand still?'' Though many more refugees have rebuilt their lives in cities, the camps stand as evidence of the failure to resolve a war that has killed hundreds of thousands, sparked worldwide terror and migration crises, and destabilized much of the Middle East. Once envisioned as a temporary solution, they seem increasingly permanent, filled with children who recall no life before the camps. There have been growing concerns about a “lost generation” of Syrians growing up outside their home country, their worlds defined by the conflict. Many are receiving no education, health care or other basic necessities. To that end, Haley and other U.S. officials have encouraged Syria's neighbors, who've absorbed the majority of the millions of refugees, to treat them less like visitors and more like locals, living, working and studying among the regular population.
Deadline
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Not a surprise, but it's official. Mark Sheppard , who recurred since 2009 before being promoted to series regular in Season 10 on the CW 's Supernatural , won't be returning as a regular for Season 13. Sheppard's character Crowley was one of many who died in the finale, sacrificing his own life to seal the rift because worlds. His official departure was made fairly clear in Sheppard's Tuesday night Instagram post in which he wrote "So to all my #spnfamily everywhere... my...
Techradar
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Developer: London Studio Price: $4030 Does it require Move controllers? Yes There’s a vast majority of gamers out there who are going to get PlayStation VR Worlds without ever heading to the store to pick it up. Sony’s decision to include it in the PlayStation VR Launch Day Bundle was, in many ways, one of the most brilliant decisions the company made with its VR headset. On the disc you’ll find a number of short, self-contained experiences that demo polished game ideas that could one day be expanded into full titles. The standout titles include Danger Ball, The London Heist and Scavengers Odyssey, but the remaining gamesOcean Descent and VR Lugearent all that bad, either. There’s a reason Sony picked PlayStation VR Worlds to be packaged with every Launch Day bundle – it’s probably the best title to use to ease friends and family into virtual reality rather than tossing them into the deep-end with a game like Thumper.
Phys.Org
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The past year has been an exciting time for those engaged in the hunt for extra-solar planets and potentially habitable worlds. In August of 2016, researchers from the European Southern Observatory (ESO) confirmed the existence of the closest exoplanet to Earth (Proxima b) yet discovered. This was followed a few months later (February of 2017) with the announcement of a seven-planet system around TRAPPIST-1.
Vanity Fair
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Once again, Annie Leibovitz and Vanity Fair have visited a Star Wars set to bring a first look at brand-new characters and exotic new worlds.
HubSpot Marketing Blog
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The other day, I was airing some grievances to a friend. The whining topic du jour: artificial intelligence, or AI. “Every time I hear about it, I think, ‘Sure, that’s cool,’” I said. “But sometimes I wish it would slow down -- there’s so much happening there, and so fast.” “Well, I have bad news for you,” my friend told me. “It's not going away anytime soon.” He was right. AI continues to be all the rage in the worlds of both tech and business, and is growing at a lightning-fast pace. At the most recent Google I/O , an entire suite of new AI-related product features were unveiled. Microsoft , meanwhile, launched an entire investment arm dedicated to this type of technology. And as research from CB Insights indicates, in 2016, over 500 AI startups raised roughly $5 billion in funding. But which ones are going to stick around? We thought you might ask that -- that’s why we sought out the six that have piqued our greatest interest.
OK!
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Gerard Butler looked unrecognisable in New York [Flynet] The P.S I Love You actor was seen out and about in New York on Tuesday, sporting casual attire, keeping a low profile with a cap and a pair of aviator sunglasses. Wearing a zip-up grey hoodie and a pair of faded baggy jeans, Gerard looked worlds away from his clean-cut appearance fans are familiar with. He teamed his look with a pair of lace-up, brown boots, with the hem of his jeans falling way below his ankles. ...
Open Culture
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And “although the number of films noir to employ jazz in their scores was relatively small, it was still notable in terms of the overall use of jazz in Hollywood films of the era — if jazz was an integral part of a film’s score then those productions tended to be films noir or social problem films.” The music first crept in diegetically, in the 1940s, by way of “club scenes, illicit jazz sessions, or on record players and jukeboxes,” and later, in the 50s, continued its “established association of sex and violence” even as changing attitudescontributed to jazz being more acceptable in Hollywood films.” A few years ago we featured classic works of “crime jazz” by Miles Davis, Count Basie, Duke Ellington and others, all meant to set the scene for the lawless worlds of films and television shows like Anatomy of a Murder , Elevator to the Gallows , Peter Gunn , and The M Squad .
BBC Radio Ulster
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Mrs may also said that members of the Armed Forces will replace armed police guarding key locations and high risk events well let's go back to Manchester United or reported David Maxwell is there David good morning morning Declan what's the scene there this morning but I'm standing just dying from the arena at the police cordon which term of course said that all area of me and send off this morning it's a lot quieter here today not so much of the Worlds Media recording but still a significant police presence in that creates a tense atmosphere heightened sense of alert if you like that was really a parents in this in the City yesterday was so shopping centre evacuated hear that turned out to be a false alarm when I can tell you that the hotel in Manchester where I've been staying there are heavily armed police on duty at the door and baggage services operating.