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ASUS ZenFone Max Pro launch LIVE: Expect to see a notch-free Android phone with a huge battery- Technology News, Firstpost

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Is Trump and Macron’s meeting a showdown over the West?

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Our Prodigal Sun: Searching the heavens for our sun’s family.

"Our biological cousins may be living on planets orbiting the sibling stars of our own sun. If we were to look for signs of life anywhere in the universe, these stars are good places to start.”

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The moment OneRepublic's Ryan Tedder starts walking towards the piano casually, you know it's a night of covers and Avicii's 'Wake Me Up' is the song of the night

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Most Beautiful View of Universe Captured by Hubble Space Telescope

Hubble space telescope has taken some of the most colorful views of the Universe.

Eagle Nebula, Keyhole Nebula, Orion Nebula, Ant Nebula, Cat's Eye Nebula, Eta Carinae, Whirlpool Galaxy, Crab Nebula, Centaurus A Galaxy, Eskimo Nebula, Lagoon Nebula, Hourglass Nebula, Galaxies NGC 3314a & b, Spirograph Nebula, Star Cluster NGC 2074, Star-forming Region N 180B, Planetary Nebula NGC 2440, Interacting Galaxy Pair Arp 87, Trifid Nebula, Swan Nebula, Ring Nebula, Galaxy Cluster Abell 2218.

Clips, images credit: ESA, NASA, STScl & JPL-Caltech

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US President #DonaldTrump set to receive 2 high-profile European guests this week.

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Facebook Lite Beta
https://www.testingcatalog.com/project/amp/760
91.0.0.6.186
No new changelogs

#facebook #fb #likes #like #photos #videos #facebooklite

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Uninspiring. Just like Brexit.

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It may cost $7.3 million a year for Zuck's security, but that represents just 0.01% of his net worth.

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Temple in the Sky

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Little River Falls Wulgulmerang Wilderness

The moss banks underlying the upper cascades of these falls have been exposed by the dry conditions. While the bush land nearby is tinder dry, the river bed remains humid.

A single iPhone shot, toned for structure.

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Avengers: Infinity War will be either Marvel's best or its 'biggest' misfire.

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NBA replay official explains ruling on Lance Stephenson-Jeff Green scuffle: Joe Borgia, NBA senior vice president of replay & referee operations, explained to TNT why Lance Stephenson was called for a foul. http://dlvr.it/QQRNgf

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Democrats Have Great Female Presidential Candidates. They Need to Avoid the Victim Trap. https://nym.ag/2qTV1o9

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Thank you +Russell Holly for writing this article instead of doing what everyone is fond of doing, bashing without understanding.

1. It's not exciting. It's not flashy, and it has nothing to do with competing against Apple's iMessage platform. And I'm pretty sure that's why it is going to work.

It has nothing to with iMessage, atleast not yet. Apple's iMessage isn't a product that fits Google's requirement or philosophy and Chat isn't an app but a standard. An app that incorporates this standard will have "potential" to become iMessage "equivalent" on Android. It maybe possible to see Allo (or a rebranded Allo) to evolve into an iMessage alternative because of this development, but we are far from it and even then there is a chance that Google can fail in it. That failure would be the real one because I expect network effect of apps like WhatsApp and Telegram to be broken with RCS adoption. Google needs to step in before a new status quo sets in.

2. Improving a standard is way, way better than creating a walled garden. Every time.

This is why iMessage could not and will not dominate markets like WhatsApp could.

3. It also makes a lot of sense for Allo to be "paused" while all of this is happening. A lot of the Allo experience is going to be folded into Chat, and there really aren't that many people using it to begin with. The end goal here is much larger than releasing a competing product, it's creating a platform carriers already want to support where Google has its hand on the scale for future development. That is going to be a much bigger deal in the not-so-distant future.

Even Verge stressed on the fact that Google is "pausing" development of Allo. No, it wasn't successful but it wasn't a failure either. Why? Most of its feature will be integrated into Android Messages, that's why. And I guess we will see Allo reboot/rebrand soon once dust created by adoption of RCS settles and Google can see what a true Android version of iMessage should look like. RCS isn't Android equivalent of iMessage. Its a step towards it. Allo helped in building Android Messages and later will return the favor in due course.

4. The truth is, nothing about Google's plans for this new Chat experience is even remotely new. Most U.S. carriers have supported Rich Communication Services or RCS for a while now. The carriers offering early support had unique hacky features to make it unique, in an attempt to keep you using that carrier. To fix this, the Universal Profile was created to offer every user on every carrier a baseline set of features that worked no matter what system you used. Until very recently, the only major carrier to flat out refuse RCS support or Universal Profile implementation was Verizon Wireless. As the primary carrier of Google's Pixel phones, it was important for Google to change that. Now we know that change is coming.

Well, Chat announcement is similar to news claiming water is wet. What matters more is what backend Google is using for Chat. It was obvious from the very beginning that carriers will try to avoid the inevitable because that's what they do. Allo only helped in creating an template for what Android Messages should be once RCS gets adopted and its clear that most of the features of Allo have been absorbed inside Android Messages. Screenshots taken by Verge only suggest more features are on its way. Problem with Allo was that it didn't do enough to break the network effect of popular apps. Until that happens, Allo was destined to fail. RCS/Android Messages is a different story though. There is no onboarding process, no sign ups, no app installation hence network is already there. Chat experience is more than good enough to cover more than 90 percent of social interactions.

Hopefully a day will come when I will be able to uninstall WhatsApp and get rid of all those irritating Good morning messages and stupid pictures people think are good enough to send everyone.

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Your blood type could raise or lower your risk for certain diseases. Learn how type A, B, AB, or O could impact your long term health.

https://health-zone.org/5-things-blood-type-says-health/

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Le centre de notification de #ChromeOS va être entièrement repenser dans la prochaine version

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First genetic evidence of ongoing mating between two distinct species of guenon monkeys - A researcher from Florida Atlantic University is the first to document that two genetically distinct species of guenon monkeys inhabiting Gombe National Park in Tanzania, Africa, have been successfully mating and producing hybrid offspring for hundreds maybe even thousands of years. Her secret weapon? Poop.
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