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KDE applications 18.08 comes with tons of new stuff. Kmail, KDE's email utility, has enhanced its travel data extraction engine and supports more ways it can give you useful information about your trips. Dolphin, the multi-purpose file browser, now adapts better to your preferences when searching for and viewing files. Gwenview, KDE's image viewer and organizer, has improved most of its options, making it even more powerful.

For much more, check out the notes below:

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Chris Brown 'Paranoid' After Seeing The Rihanna And Donald Glover Pic - The Ex Doesn’t Trust Him And Here's Why!
http://celebrityinsider.org/chris-brown-paranoid-after-seeing-the-rihanna-and-donald-glover-pic-the-ex-doesnt-trust-him-and-heres-why-180676/
#celebritynews #ChrisBrown, #DonaldGlover, #Rihanna celebrityinsider.org #Music #celebrities #celebrity #celebrityinsider

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6 #HabitsThatCanRuinYourBeauty!

There are a lot of things that we normally do daily that can have significant effects on our beauty and health. The food items that we eat and the kind of lifestyle that we lead can have positive as well as detrimental effects on our body. The daily regime that we follow is fine until it does not affect our health or beauty in a negative manner.
However, there are several factors in our daily life that can actually ruin our health and beauty. If you are still in the dark about such things, then we present to you some of our top list of the same. - https://floradress.com/6-habits-that-can-ruin-your-beauty/

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A team of researchers affiliated with several institutions in Australia has proposed that some neurological disorders might have their roots in evolutionary mistakes. In their paper published in the journal Nature Neuroscience, the group describes their ideas and possible paths of research moving forward.

https://todaysintech.com/are-neurological-disorders-the-result-of-brain-evolution-mistakes/

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Ant-Man 2 Director Wants Wasp to Lead an All-Female Avengers Movie

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Samsung Galaxy Note 9 top covers and cases #GalaxyNote9 #Samsung #SamsungNote9

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Trump Revoking Security Clearances Shows He Feels Powerless Against Mueller https://nym.ag/2BgF9ob

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Google Pixel 3 leaks have turned into a veritable river, with a Pixel 3 XL reportedly spotted in Toronto, Canada. #News #GooglePixel3XL

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New Mechanisms For Astrocyte Learning Regulation Identified

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Nice. "When the late Ian Murdock announced 25 years ago in comp.os.linux.development, "the imminent completion of a brand-new Linux release, [...] the Debian Linux Release", nobody would have expected the "Debian Linux Release" to become what's nowadays known as the Debian Project, one of the largest and most influential free software projects. Its primary product is Debian, a free operating system (OS) for your computer, as well as for plenty of other systems which enhance your life. From the inner workings of your nearby airport to your car entertainment system, and from cloud servers hosting your favorite websites to the IoT devices that communicate with them, Debian can power it all."

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Sunrise over the Grand Canyon

An amazing sunrise from Yavapai Point at the South Rim of the Grand Canyon. Truly one of the epic wonders of the world, the Grand Canyon can defy words. If a picture is worth a thousand words, being there in person is worth a million pictures. One of those places everyone should see.

Sony A7R with Voigtlander 10mm lens

#wildernessphotographer #grandcanyon #landscape #landscapephotography #nationalpark #sonya7r #voigtlander

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The enormous luxury ship Silver Wind cruising through Tower Bridge, London

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Balconies © Holger Nimtz
Berlin | Germany | 2018
https://www.holge.de/galerie/

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Google admits to tracking users even after they turn off location tracking- Technology News, Firstpost

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Samsung Galaxy Note 9’s Tips & Tricks, How To guide, & Hidden features #GalaxyNote9 #SamsungNote9 #Samsung #SamsungNews #Tips

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Six Things About Opportunity's Recovery Efforts

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Samsung Galaxy Note 9 with an all new S Pen: Top 5 features you must know #Samsung #Note9 #news

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"China is all set to attempt the first ever soft-landing on the far side of the Moon, announcing on Wednesday that it will launch the Chang’e-4 lunar lander and rover spacecraft in December.

Renders of the lander and rover were unveiled at a press conference in Beijing, along with a contest (Chinese) to name what will be China’s second lunar rover, and a video preview of the mission.

The Chang’e-4 spacecraft has completed payload integration and space environment testing. It will launch in December atop a Long March 3B rocket from the Xichang Satellite Launch Center, in the southwest part of the country—the same site used for China’s five previous lunar-related missions.

Chang’e-4 will target the South Pole-Aitken (SPA) basin on the lunar far side. A landing in the SPA basin is one of lunar researchers’ top priorities, because it's the oldest lunar basin and may contain material on its floor that came from the lunar mantle. Being the first-ever landing on the farside, the mission is likely to gain a lot of attention and bring prestige to China’s space program, if all goes according to plan."

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Really small #Arm +Linux board with RGB LCD display interface, +AllwinnerTechnology ARM9 processor, and sold for around $2 in China.

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#Google employees demand more oversight of #China search engine plan https://goo.gl/8aeAFR

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Gmail now has a confidential mode feature, which enables Snapchat-style self-deleting emails. #News #Gmail #GoogleGmail

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Shell script that aims to detect spectre, meltdown, foreshadow vulnerabilities, and show whether mitigations have been implemented. My #AMD system appears to be fine, another Intel Xeon computer not fully.
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