Den of Geek
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So we had to create a character naughty enough for us to like him and simultaneously have him go on a journey that makes him respectable." And it's been further revealed that the new version of Arthur will grow up in an old brothel before using his hard-won street smarts to rise to the top. "He's more streetwise and rough around the edges than most of the Arthurs we've seen," Ritchie went on to explain to Empire . "He's a wide-boy scoundrel with a heart of gold, who has a healthy disdain for the ruling class." Meanwhile, star Charlie Hunnam has been talking with Collider about the strange process of putting the movie together, and it seems that director Ritchie ( Snatch ) decided to do away with the typical table reads and cast get-togethers in favour of filming a sort of initial stage play of the film. "We did something strange and wonderful," Hunnam explains.
Western Morning News
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Autocar
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More widely, the advent of mobility schemes promises money savings for young people, with 29% agreeing that the cost of owning and running a car was restrictive, while 33% dubbed public transport as too expensive and infrequent. Mike Hawes, the SMMT’s chief executive said: “The benefits of connected and autonomous vehicles are life-changing, offering more people greater independence, freedom to socialise, work and earn more, and access services more easily. While fully autonomous cars will be a step change for society, this report shows people are already seeing their benefits. The challenge now is to create the conditions that will allow this technology to thrive, given how it will deliver wider societal advantages.” Professor Will Stewart, vi ce president of the Institution of Engineering and Technology, added: “Driverless vehicles have huge potential to transform the UK’s transport network and acceptance is growing, but there is work to be done before everyone is won over.
Techradar
7 hours
One of the biggest perks of being a PlayStation Plus subscriber is that each month youre given a range of free games across the PS4 , PS4 Pro , PS3 , and PS Vita platforms. This is a great way to try games you might not otherwise have played, whether because they're indie titles that slip under your radar or simply because you dont have the funds to buy several games a month. Even if you dont plan to play them straight away, or youre not sure if theyre your kind of game, wed say its always worth claiming them while you can get them for free. You'll then have access to them for as long as you have an active PS Plus account. Since this is a monthly event, weve decided to create a one-stop shop where youll be able to find the newest free games, as well as scroll back and see which games were featured in previous months.
Techradar
11 hours
Facebook Live is adding a whole new way to stream events and daily goings-on as the streaming platform opens up 360-degree video to all users. So long as you've got the equipment handy, you can now broadcast 360-degree video live on Facebook almost exactly the same way as a normal airing, including the option to choose what audiences and regions your stream reaches, as well as see comments and reactions. The news comes to us courtesy of Insta360 , which develops its own line of 360-degree cameras for Android and Apple devices. In the video below, the company shows how to get started with 360-degree streaming on Facebook Live, using its own Insta360 Nano and accompanying app to create a fully functioning livestream in just a few short steps. In addition to the usual Facebook Live settings, you can change the connection quality up to (or even above) the recommended dose of 4Mbps to help customize a nice balance of good picture and smooth performance.
Techradar
13 hours
Facebook Live is adding a whole new way to stream events and daily goings-on as the streaming platform opens up 360-degree video to all its users. So long as you've got the equipment handy, you can now broadcast 360-degree video live on Facebook almost exactly the same way as a normal airing, including the option to choose what audiences and regions your stream reaches, as well as see comments and reactions. The news comes to us courtesy of Insta360 , which develops its own line of 360-degree cameras for Android and Apple devices. In the video below, the company shows how to get started with 360-degree streaming on Facebook Live, using its own Insta360 Nano and accompanying app to create a fully functioning livestream in just a few short steps. In addition to the usual Facebook Live settings, you can change the connection quality up to (or even above) the recommended dose of 4Mbps to help customize a nice balance of good picture and smooth performance.
Techradar
13 hours
Facebook Live is adding a whole new way to stream events and daily goings-on as the streaming platform opens up 360-degree video to all its users. So long as you've got the equipment handy, you can now broadcast 360-degree video live on Facebook almost exactly the same way as a normal airing, including the option to choose what audiences and regions your stream reaches, as well as see comments and reactions. The news comes to us courtesy of Insta360 , which develops its own line of 360-degree cameras for Android and Apple devices. In the video below, the company shows how to get started with 360-degree streaming on Facebook Live, using its own Insta360 Nano and accompanying app to create a fully functioning livestream in just a few short steps. In addition to the usual Facebook Live settings, you can change the connection quality up to (or even above) the recommended dose of 4Mbps to help customize a nice balance of good picture and smooth performance.
Mashable
15 hours
It's almost April Fools Day, which means it's time for brands to engage in their most rogue promotion of the year. In this edition: Burger King created a toothpaste. In celebration of the terrifying day of pranks , the fast food chain decided to turn its iconic Whopper into a signature toothpaste, complete with a goofy commercial and all. SEE ALSO: Why April Fools' Day is so hard for brands to get right Burger King "teamed up" with agency Buzzman to create "the first toothpaste with active Whopper extracts," the company's press release states. Check out those extracts in action: This must be working! Image: burger king Read more... More about Prank , April Fools Day , Toothpaste , Whopper , and Burger King
NBC News
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Ruptly TV
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" SOT, Vigen Sargsyan, Armenian Defence Minister (Russian): "We would like to hope that Baku understands that any escalation may lead to a full-scale war, which would create chaos and at the same time would definitely not solve the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, because there is no military solution. The problem is not far-fetched; it is real and the people that live there are real. And it's impossible to assume that they will deny them their right to live in their own country, with their own laws." SOT, Vigen Sargsyan, Armenian Defence Minister (Russian): "We are particularly interested in acquiring certain technologies that could balance Azerbaijan's extended arsenal, and that could prevent use of the wide range of arms that is standing ready in the Republic of Azerbaijan." Video ID: 20170329 053 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: cd@ruptly.tv Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
Collective Evolution
18 hours
If you're concerned about our environment, geoengineering is something you need to be aware of. The sad reality is that most have no idea it's happening, which is why it's crucial to create more awareness on a subject about which the public has been kept completely in the dark. What is exactly is geoengineering? It's the deliberate and large-scale intervention into the Earth's climatic system. It's done through various means, one of which is spraying chemicals into the atmosphere via planes or balloons. For years, climate change and other environmental problems have been labelled as a national security issue, a phrase that's now used to keep information from the public. The CIA and other federal agencies control these programs, which means that if they are already spraying substances into the atmosphere, we would never hear about it.
NBC News
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Futurity
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Daily Mail - Science
20 hours
Yale students unveiled a hangover cure that is 'all-natural' and 'based on science'. Called, SunUp the supplement is taken the night before and prevents hangover symptoms the next day.
DNews
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Techradar
20 hours
5:9 screen ratio, with the display curved into the sides of the screen. To create this, Samsung took a 5.8-inch piece of glass and curved it into a phone shape. Got to say, Notton is a lot more cheerful than he was when launching the Tab S3. 16:16 Mark Notton, director of Product Portfolio and commercial something something at Samsung (there were a lot of words) has just asked us all to say hello to anyone we're live blogging to. So here you go. 16:15 The Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus are officially in Koh's hands - one phone is 5.8-inch, the other 6.2-inch. You can work out which is which. 16:13 Here comes the official announcement! A girl is boxing! I get it. Boxing. UNboxed. 16:09 Koh is talking about how closely integrated Samsung is with Google - 'Google has been by our side the entire time', pointing to how Samsung is committed to this partnership.
Adweek
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PressTV News
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Futurity
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A microscopic image of the hairs of a bee's eye. (Credit: Georgia Tech Center for Nanoscale Characterization) A microscopic image of a honey bee's leg hair. (Credit: Georgia Tech Center for Nanoscale Characterization) The team tethered bees and used high speed cameras to create the first quantified study of the honey bee cleaning process. They watched as the insects were able to remove up to 15,000 particles from their bodies in three minutes. Without these hairs and their specialized spacing, it would be almost impossible for a honey bee to stay clean, says Guillermo Amador, who led the study while pursuing his doctoral degree in mechanical engineering. This was evident when Amador and the team created a robotic honey bee leg to swipe pollen-covered eyes. When they covered the leg with wax, the smooth, hairless leg gathered four times less pollen.
Windows Blog
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We’re committed to making Xbox the best place to create and play games across Windows 10 and Xbox One. As part of that, we are unifying players across Xbox console and PC with Xbox Live and through programs like Xbox Play Anywhere , which enables you to buy a game once and play it on both your Xbox One and Windows 10 PC. With the Creators Update, we are delivering more ways to play, interact, share and enjoy across Windows 10 and Xbox One. With Beam, we’re inviting Creators on Windows 10 PC and Xbox One to stream gameplay and interact with community in real-time using Beam’s ultra low-latency – no extra hardware or software required. With Beam, you dont just watch your favorite game streams, you can chat, interact and participate with streamers and community in entirely new ways. With Windows 10 Game Mode our goal is to offer the best and most consistent gaming experience on your Windows 10 PC by dedicating more system resources to your PC games.
Windows Blog
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Creativity has led the inspiration of our world’s greatest inventors, architects, educators, entrepreneurs, developers, and students, delivering advancements that move our world forward. Today, people value creativity more than ever, placing us on the cusp of a new wave of exploration, advancement, and impact. We designed Windows 10 to empower the creator in all of us. To us, that means that everyone has the power to dream big, whether that involves starting a company, developing a lesson plan, inventing a product, developing or broadcasting games, or imagining a whole new world in Minecraft or mixed reality. And we want Windows to be the place you love to create and play, with the tools to help you make your mark on the world. Windows 10 Creators Update coming April 11 Today, I’m excited to share our latest update to Windows 10, the Creators Update, will begin to roll out on April 11.
PressTV News
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These are some of the headlines we are tracking for you in this episode of On the News Line: Ever Closer Union? It is coming up to 60 years since the creation of the European Union, an historical project that was based on the desire to create peace and stability in the post second world war order. However, the development of this supranational entity has not been a smooth ride, and has neither been linear nor consistent, and many have questioned the uneven development of the EU. One of the most reliably academic views of this is the notion of widening versus deepening. The Deepening refers to the integration in terms of policy development and the creation of institutions, and the widening refers to the increased EU membership through enlargement. Trump’s defeat US President Donald Trump, in an embarrassing setback, failed to garner the support of the republican-led House of Representatives to support his health care plan.
Fast Company
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Photo: courtesy Impossible Foods Before its cooked, the product is red like raw beef; as it cooks, it browns. As the heme mixes with juices and oozes out, it can look like its bleeding. Youre seeing the exact same cooking chemistry that you see in meat, literally, says Brown. As the company scales up its beef alternative, it will focus on restaurants. In a year, it says, U.S. restaurants serve more than 5 billion pounds of burgers, and Impossible wants its 12 million pounds to be among them. Retail will come later, along with other products that are currently in development, such as poultry and steak. Our long-term goal is to basically develop a new and better way to create all the foods we make from animals, says Brown.
Ruptly TV
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