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#F1 Lewis: "It's a shame, we had a chance for a one-two (finish. I mean we are all going into Turn 1 as hard as you could, but when someone destroys your race through an error, it is kind of a tap on the hand. Those things happen. I thought I was going to get rear-ended. (But) we are all fighting for world championships. We are not twiddling around."

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Sailor @ Brandenburg gate
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Why Our Brains See the World As "Us" Versus "Them"

Brain imaging studies have found increased signaling in the amygdala when people make millisecond judgments of “trustworthiness” of faces.

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Could Playing Fortnite Lead to Video Game Addiction? The WHO Says Yes, But Others Disagree

However, not everyone is on board with the idea that gaming addiction could be a real medical condition. The APA says there is a lack of evidence to support the idea that gaming addiction is a unique mental disorder.

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TRUE indeed! Trump’s grandfather came to the US as unaccompanied minor. When he tried to return to Bavaria he was named as a draft dodger and forced to leave under threat of deportation back to the US.
“ …On 1 March 2017, Harper’s magazine published a translation of a letter written by President Donald Trump’s grandfather, Friedrich Trump, to Prince Luitpold of Bavaria, in which he pled (unsuccessfully) for the Prince regent to reconsider his family’s deportation. The letter was found in a local German archive and was first published in the German newspaper Bild on 21 November 2016. The Associated Press confirmed the story in a bulletin posted that same day:
Bild newspaper printed the 1905 letter located by an historian, in which Friedrich Trump wrote Bavarian Prince Luitpold begging the “well-loved, noble, wise and just” leader not to deport him. Luitpold rejected the “most subservient request.”…”

https://www.snopes.com/fact-check/trumps-grandfather-bavaria-deport/
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Update Seewatch for WatchMaker ver. 3.3

Watchfaces collection with 56 watchfaces for WatchMaker

Changelog:
- Added #031 watchfaces with white and black version.

Download link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.wmwatch.seenwatch

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Gut Bacteria Influences Metabolism Through the Immune System

A specific innate immune receptor on enteroendocrine cells, PGRP-LC, is required to receive the acetate signal.

The research is in Cell Metabolism. (full access paywall)

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Deal: Refurbished Google Pixel & Pixel XL Starting At $232 - June 2018

#android #deals #sale #google #discounts
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It's Building! Stand Up People!
Hold them Accountable!
Vote them Out! Take Back Our Country!

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Microsoft Graph: Everything you need to know - We have already seen Microsoft bringing in many services focused on consumers and enterprise in the market that sometimes it becomes difficult for us to keep up with different services on different devices. Microsoft launched Windows Phone way back. People [...] This post Microsoft Graph: Everything you need to know is from TheWindowsClub.com.

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AI could turn your blurry phone videos into slow-mo masterpieces
https://blog.adafruit.com/2018/06/24/ai-could-turn-your-blurry-phone-videos-into-slow-mo-masterpieces/

Cool new tech from Nividia!

Via C-Net:

Nvidia wants to help you turn any old video shot on your phone into a blur-free, slow-motion masterpiece, and it’s using artificial intelligence to do it.

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https://blog.adafruit.com/2018/06/24/ai-could-turn-your-blurry-phone-videos-into-slow-mo-masterpieces/
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The latest Splatfest has been happening this weekend in Splatoon 2 for the Nintendo Switch and it is Team Pulp which has emerged victorious, beating Team No Pulp. Team Pulp managed to score a 2-1 win. If you participated in the event then well done to you…
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Poor diet is the biggest cause of a weakened immune system in healthy individuals. While an all-around healthy diet is the key to stronger immunity, these 5 immune system-boosting foods can keep you in fighting condition.

http://health-zone.org/top-5-foods-killer-immunity/
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This may or may not be a problem, depending on how it's implemented. Tearing apart Play Store apps (typically APK files) is a common means to get compatibility beyond initially available devices and for a range of other legitimate purposes. Anything that interfered with white hat situations like that would be roundly condemned, as would be mechanisms that limited the ability to freely move (non-pay) applications between devices. On the other hand, there are situations where confirmation that you're dealing with the original version of an APK can be very useful. I recently had to rebuild and restore a device (for which factory reset would have been extremely disruptive and very time consuming) by sideloading many of the original apps, since the original Play Store linkages were totally confused and unusable. I did this by obtaining the (all non-pay) APK files from the one site on the net that I consider to be the gold standard of trust for their APK archive. But of course, having additional verification of APK authenticities would have been a nice bonus.
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Microsoft and Razer might be working on an Xbox keyboard and mouse partnership

Keyboard and mouse support for Xbox remains a hot topic, despite never fully materializing. Support for keyboard and mice would open up Xbox to a far larger array of games, potentially, since many titles like Age of Empires DE simply won't work well with a controller. Minecraft (Bedrock version) already supports mouse and keyboard on Xbox One, but so far, that's it.

Earlier in the year, Microsoft spoke to developers about its plans for keyboard and mouse support on Xbox One. Leaked documents we've recently received detail how Microsoft was at least planning to bring mouse support to the April update of the Xbox dev kit. Redmond showed off the sofa-friendly Razer Turret keyboard and mouse peripheral in partnership with Razer, who joined Microsoft for the presentation.

Whether these plans are still set to go ahead or not remains a mystery, but we can at least get a glimpse at what the two companies might be working on.

The presentation details a Microsoft and Razer partnership to enable Razer Chroma RGB lighting support directly on Xbox in games, showing off how it works today in PC versions of Overwatch, DOTA2, and other titles. Chroma lighting can provide visuals cues for abilities coming off cooldown and so on, which can be useful and immersive.

The presentation also details some rules and guidance for developers on their implementation of mouse and keyboard support for Xbox. Gamepad support is still a requirement for all titles, and the Xbox can only support one mouse and keyboard per console, unlike gamepads, of which it can support several.

Microsoft also offers some guidance on the impact mouse and keyboard support might have for competitive multiplayer titles. It notes that it's entirely up to developers on how they want to utilize mouse and keyboard support, emphasizing that the presence of mouse and keyboard can be detected, meaning a developer could potentially lock players to specific playlists based on their inputs to preserve balance.

Microsoft encourages developers to monitor how mouse and keyboard players compete against gamepad players and make adjustments where necessary, while "highly suggesting" that use of mouse and keyboard should be used in separate matchmaking rules.

The presentation notes that support for all USB mice supported by Windows would be available on Xbox, including mice with wireless dongles. Mice with custom drivers or Bluetooth reliance would remain incompatible, however. The presentation also discussed unauthorized peripherals which emulate controller behavior. In response, Microsoft is introducing a new API developers can leverage to detect (and potentially block) mouse and keyboard accessories that mimic controller inputs unfairly.

The presentation closes noting that mouse and Razer RGB lighting support for games was at least supposed to arrive in the April 2018 XDK update, targeting a Fall 2018 Windows 10 Update rollout, internally known as RS5. We haven't been able to verify if it actually did land in the hands of developers as of yet, or whether it got cancelled or delayed.

Whether these plans go ahead or not remain to be seen, so take it with a pinch of salt. However, maybe soon, gamers could get a lot more choice over how they control games on Xbox, and the list of games jumping across from PC could also grow.

#Microsoft #Razer #keyboard #mouse #leakeddocuments #plans #rumors #rumours #Xbox
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It's garden warfare in TTT

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Apple seeks patent on handwriting recognition technology for the Apple iPad - If your memory goes beyond the smartphone era, you might recall the Apple Newton. The handheld PDA was the first such device to use handwriting recognition, although its accuracy was not good. Originally designed for the desktop, Jony Ive shrunk Newton down so that it could be a handheld product. When Steve Jobs returned to Apple in 1997, he 86'd the Newton for a few reasons. One was the fact it relied on a stylus...
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New post: VMware DRS Entitlement Viewer - Free Tool - ESX Virtualization - https://www.vladan.fr/wp-content/uploads/images/screenshot-2.jpg
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Rogers BlackBerry KEYone to receive Android Oreo beginning June 28th; U.S. models could get it soon - This Thursday will mark a historic event for the BlackBerry KEYone. On June 28th, the phone will receive its first update to Android Oreo in North America. According to a chart posted by Canadian carrier Rogers, not only will the KEYone start to receive Android 8.0 in four days, the update will also allow the handset to support Wi-Fi calling. This could be good news for KEYone owners south ...
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