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Motorola’s smartphone range is admittedly diverse, seemingly aimed at so many markets that it defies definition. One class of phones, represented by the DROID and Force models, is designed specifically to weather the forces of nature and human fallibility. The latest incarnation of that rugged spirit is the unusually-named Motorola Defy, perhaps one of the first fruits of Motorola’s new … Continue reading
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A post on Halo Waypoint also revealed the vehicles that players will be able to roadkill each other with when the game launches this holiday season.
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Elden Ring will be a massive, difficult game — but that doesn't mean it can't be accessible.
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Putin called his talks with Biden "productive" but still struck a dark tone following his private discussions with Biden.
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Writing an About Us page is more about the end-user than your organization. Here are 8 do’s and don’ts of writing an amazing About page.The post How to Write a Winning About Us Page: 8 Dos and Don’ts appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
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One of the more interesting things SpaceX has done in recent years is launching large numbers of Starlink satellites into orbit. Eventually, the constellation of satellites will provide continuous Internet coverage all over the US and potentially the world. The Starlink satellites beam Internet connectivity to receiving satellite dishes on the ground at people’s homes and other locations. However, with … Continue reading
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Newsnight’s political editor Nicholas Watt has been flooded with messages of support after a video surfaced of him being harassed and chased by anti-lockdown protesters in London.In the clip, the journalist – who was wearing a BBC lanyard – was confronted by an unmasked mob near Downing Street shouting “traitor” and other slurs close to his face.He was then forced to turn around and run towards a line of police officers as some of the group chased him.The footage has been condemned by fellow journalists and MPs, including the prime minister and home secretary, Priti Patel.Boris Johnson called the scenes “disgraceful”, tweeting: ”Disgraceful to see the hounding of Nick Watt doing his job.“The media must be able to report the facts without fear or favour – they are the lifeblood of our democracy.”Disgraceful to see the hounding of Nick Watt doing his job.The media must be able to report the facts without fear or favour – they are the lifeblood of our democracy.— Boris Johnson (@BorisJohnson) June 15, 2021Priti Patel also commented, tweeting: “The video of @BBCNewsnight’s Nick Watt being abused by a mob is appalling and distressing,” she tweeted. “This behaviour is never acceptable.”Patel added: “The safety of journalists is fundamental to our democracy. This month the government launched a consultation to better understand the nature & volume of threats and abuse against journalists who are operating in the UK.”The video of @BBCNewsnight's Nick Watt being abused by a mob is appalling and distressing.This behaviour is never acceptable.— Priti Patel (@pritipatel) June 15, 2021The BBC said in a statement: “This behaviour is completely unacceptable.“All journalists should be able to carry out their work without intimidation or impediment.”Many others also tweeted their support for Nicholas and condemned the behaviour of the protesters.Absolutely horrific. Solidarity with Nick Watt. It is a fundamental principle of any democracy that journalists are free to do their jobs without intimidation. https://t.co/J5bRhZsnFs— David Lammy (@DavidLammy) June 15, 2021Have only just seen the disgusting footage of @nicholaswatt being abused by anti-lockdown protestors.This is sadly just part of wider abuse directed at the media in recent years. Several political parties share the blame for not stamping out that culture.#solidaritywithnick— Paul Waugh (@paulwaugh) June 15, 2021What happened to Nick Watt is far from an isolated incident, as many news reporters will confirm. I was at a job only a few weeks ago where broadcasters were harassed by aggressive anti-lockdowners (though on a smaller scale). BBC journalists kindly shared their security with me— Robyn Vinter (@RobynVinter) June 15, 2021I have been interviewed by @nicholaswatt on many occasions and he is always unfailingly polite and professional. He doesn't shy away from asking tough questions either.I am horrified by the video of him being abused for doing his job. A free press is integral to our democracy.— Angela Rayner (@AngelaRayner) June 15, 2021Crowds had gathered in Westminster to protest against the government’s extension of coronavirus restrictions in England by four weeks.The Metropolitan Police issued a statement, saying they are aware of the video.They said: “The behaviour shown in the video is unacceptable. Members of the public, of any profession, have the right to go about their day without being subjected to verbal harassment or actions that put them in fear for their safety.“In this instance, while officers were nearby as part of the policing response to the ongoing protest, they were not in the immediate vicinity of the incident.“It was not clear at the time exactly what had taken place but after reviewing the video footage, a number of possible offences have been identified and an investigation has been launched.”Anyone with information is asked to call 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
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"If I did this in New York, this would have been such a battle and I don't know that I would have gotten to this point," Martha Waslen told Insider.
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China continues crackdown on apps that don’t adhere to new user data collection policy.
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Origin is back, with the NSW Blues set to face the Queensland Maroons in Townsville for the 2021 series opener.
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Broader indices continued to outperform as the midcap and smallcap indices also posted record closing on Monday.
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Apple announced the next version of its MacOS operating system. Known as Monterey, developers can begin downloading MacOS 12 in beta form right now.
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Everybody's favorite antihero is trapped in a bureaucratic nightmare in this madcap Disney TV show. You can now watch Loki online thanks to Disney Plus.
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Democratic Sen. Mark Warner of Virginia and Republican Sen. Roy Blunt of Missouri spoke with NBC's Meet the Press on Sunday.
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Amy Winehouse’s friendship with Dame Barbara Windsor has been explored in a new biography of the singer.The late stars’ somewhat unlikely kinship is an aspect of their shared legacy that is often forgotten, but the two grew close as Dame Barbara’s husband Scott Mitchell was close with Amy’s family.Singer Tyler James has penned a new book about Amy’s life to coincide with the 10-year anniversary of her death, in which he details how she would often “sneak out” to the EastEnders legend’s home during stints in hospital.Tyler told The Sun: “When she met Barbara it was as though she became a new nan figure for her.“Amy was in and out of private hospitals being treated for addiction to alcohol but it was easy to sneak out and Barbara lived round the corner.”Tyler added that one of Amy’s favourite things to do while at the Windsor house was “dig out” old EastEnders scripts and re-enact scenes with Dame Barbara.“Barbara loved it and she’d play Pat Butcher,” Tyler added. “Amy being Amy, with her accents and impressions, got right into it. There was a proper connection between them.”Dame Barbara previously told The Mirror in 2012 of her closeness with Amy: “I kept our friendship private even though she was often in the news. We kept it a secret.“We always said our friendship would be very private because we knew what it would be like, ‘Friends with Barbara Windsor, what’s that all about?’.”She also recalled: “There was one really heavy scene between Peggy and Pat where it really kicked off. I pretended to be Peggy and for the first time Amy played Pat.“Afterwards she always insisted on playing Peggy, which was lovely. She was very good, she was a very good actress. That was one of our smashing moments. It was lovely and we always said we would never tell anyone.”Amy died of alcohol poisoning in July 2011 at the age of 27.Meanwhile, Dame Barbara died last year, aged 83, six years after being diagnosed with Alzeimer’s disease.READ MORE:Dame Barbara Windsor's Husband Calls Out UK Government Over Lack Of Dementia FundingFormer EastEnders Boss Recalls Explosive Showdown Between Barbara Windsor And June BrownPam St Clement Recalls How Her Comical First Meeting With Barbara Windsor Involved Mooning
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The planes haven’t been built yet, but the deal with Boom Supersonic carries the promise of a return for faster-than-sound air travel
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The 23-year-old filed a patent for a company that would sell skin-care and hair-care products for babies, as well as strollers and cribs.
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We know the Euro 2020 squads...now it's time to impress. See how how you can watch an England vs Austria live stream wherever you are - and for free!
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Livestream shopping is growing in popularity again in the U.S. but the younger consumer wants entertainment and exclusive items and is willing to pay for it. The post NTWRK is taking NFTs into the livestream shopping model appeared first on Digiday.
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Activity at the Port of New York and New Jersey has exploded recently as locked-down consumers turned to internet shopping during the pandemic.
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