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The world has more or less gotten used to the fact of the COVID-19 coronavirus plaguing almost all countries even as some of those continue to struggle to keep their infection numbers and, worse, death tolls in check. What was previously a race to bring order to a suddenly chaotic world has now become a race to find a cure … Continue reading
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Things took a slightly awkward turn for Dua Lipa when she hosted Jimmy Kimmel Live on Monday.The British singer made a gaffe during a chat with Gwen Stefani as she guest hosted the American chat show from her home.The 24-year-old mistakenly referred to the No Doubt singer’s boyfriend Blake Shelton as her “husband”, which Gwen quickly corrected her on, and well, Dua’s face said it all…“I heard that you’ve been spending quarantine with your husband Blake Shelton at the ranch in Oklahoma. Who else was with you? How was that?” Dua asked.“Um. Well, he’s not my husband, but that sounded cool when you said it,” Gwen quickly replied.Oh.You can see the moment at the 2:28 mark below:  Gwen was previously married to Bush star Gavin Rossdale before their divorce was finalised in 2016. She has been in a relationship with country singer Blake since 2015, but despite rumours that they tied the knot in secret, the pair have yet to walk down the aisle.Blake addressed the marriage rumours during an interview with ET last year, saying: “Anybody that thinks that I’m married to Gwen already, I love it. My God. Who wouldn’t want to be married to Gwen Stefani?” Meanwhile, we think Gwen will forgive Dua for her little faux pas. The pair have teamed up for a new version of Dua’s huge hit Physical, which will feature on her remix album due later this month.READ MORE: Dua Lipa Gives Fan's Mash-Up Of Her Song And BBC News Theme The Seal Of Approval Sorry, But We Need To Talk About The Brilliance Of Dua Lipa's MTV EMAs Performance Wendy Williams Attempting To Say Dua Lipa's Name Is Our New Favourite Thing
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If you were looking forward to the release of Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2, it looks like you’ll have to wait quite a bit longer. Bloodlines 2 has been hit with another delay, this one pushing it back into 2021. Of course, given the COVID-19 pandemic, the delay should come as little surprise at this point, as many other … Continue reading
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(NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center) NASA's Aqua satellite obtained a visible image of Tropical Storm Jangmi after it transitioned into an extra-tropical storm.
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The latest update for the OnePlus Nord enhances low-light selfies and improves macro camera.
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AI Dungeon is miles better than the text adventure games of old, but its deep learning system still has limitations.
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A zoo in Florida took in dozens of sea turtles after Tropical Storm Isaias brushed Florida's coastline over the weekend, but said many of them didn’t need to be rescued in the first place.
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The study aims to measure sleep, physical activity, heart rate, and “daily routines” to see if these metrics correlate to depression and anxiety.
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Make the most of your time indoors with a daily dose of celebrity news and guides to the best shows. Sign up to the entertainment newsletter.Glastonbury fans might have to keep their wellies stored away a little longer than hoped after Michael Eavis suggested the music festival won’t return until 2022.The festival’s organiser said he is “moving heaven and earth” to try and make it a reality next year but admitted it was probably “wishful thinking”.The annual event was due to celebrate its 50th birthday in June but was forced to cancel because of the coronavirus pandemic.Sir Paul McCartney, Taylor Swift and Kendrick Lamar were set to headline the Pyramid Stage this year to celebrate the festival’s landmark anniversary.In a new interview with ITV News West Country, Michael said: “Five hundred people is OK, isn’t it? But my job, 250,000 altogether, is too many people I suppose really.“I’m still hoping I’m going to run next year. We’re moving heaven and earth to make sure that we do, but that doesn’t necessarily mean it’s going to happen, that’s just wishful thinking.”However, asked if he worries about the future of the festival and what will happen after this year, he said: “No, I do not worry at all, I am so confident that it will survive.“The only certainty I think is the year after, 2022. To be perfectly candid, so we might have to wait for two years maybe.“But I am still hoping and we are fighting and working at it all the time to make sure it happens next year.”He also said he believes the world of the performing arts will come back stronger after the crisis, saying: “Of course it will. My god, yeah. You can’t kill it off just like that. It will come back.“It will come back, probably stronger actually.”Michael previously said the future of the festival could be in danger if it’s not able to go ahead in 2021.In June, Michael – who oversees Glastonbury every year with his daughter, Emily Eavis – told The Guardian that if the festival can’t take place next year, “it will be curtains”.“We have to run next year, otherwise we would seriously go bankrupt,” he explained. “It has to happen for us, we have to carry on. Otherwise it will be curtains. I don’t think we could wait another year.” Emily agreed that Glastonbury would be in a “very serious situation if we had to cancel next year’s event”, but pointed out that the industry in general could well be in jeopardy.“The whole live industry will be hanging in the balance if we have another summer without festivals,” she added. “And we don’t know what level of government support there will be for this industry.”Emily insisted that she was feeling optimistic, though, noting: “We’ve navigated choppy waters so many times. This festival has always evolved and found ways to survive, and I’m confident that we will again.”READ MORE: Why Glastonbury's Reputation As The Best Festival In The World Will Never Be Shaken 8 Tips For Recreating The Iconic Glastonbury Festival In Your Garden Adele Putting On Her Glastonbury Dress To Watch Her Headline Set On TV Is A Total Lockdown Mood
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If a deal materializes, Microsoft would own and operate TikTok in the US, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand.
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If you want to see the wonders of the universe, the best place on the planet is also one of the most remote -- and one of the coldest.
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The coronavirus crisis is driving employees out of the cities and into remote areas where bandwidth is low or nonexistent. Google, Facebook, SpaceX and others all have a dog in this fight.
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The UK Department of Transport has announced a £200,000 research programme to create a new type of radio antenna designed for clipping onto existing rail infrastructure.
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Samsung Galaxy S20 deals and the larger Plus and Ultra are by no means cheap - these offers from Three bring the prices down.
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Tesla's Model 3 and Model Y are two different cars built with shared parts and priced in the same ballpark.
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(Fundação de Amparo à Pesquisa do Estado de São Paulo) Edible, biocompatible and biodegradable, these fibers have potential for various medical applications. The results are described in the journal Scientific Reports.
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That's what a sluggish pandemic response and 'world-beating' testing programme gets you The UK is to see technology spending fall by 9.3 per cent in 2020 followed by a more modest 1.1 per cent decline in 2021, according to research by Forrester.…
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Orlando Bloom has said he has “wept more this week than he thought possible”, as he announced the death of his beloved poodle, Mighty.The Lord Of The Rings star’s dog went missing a week ago, and after a long search, he has confirmed that Mighty is “on the other side now”.“After 7 days of searching from sunrise to sunset and into the wee hours, today, the 7th day ~the number of completion~ we found his collar,” he wrote on Instagram.Orlando continued: “I have wept more this week than I thought possible, which has been very cathartic and healing… I left no stone unturned, crawled thru all the man holes, under the roads, searched every back yard and creek bed. Had two separate sniffer dogs do their best as well.“I feel so grateful to have learned from my little Mighty man that love is eternal and the true meaning of devotion. I feel sure he was looking down on me whistling in every back yard and knowing that I was doing all I possibly could to respect our bond. He was more than a companion. It was a soul connection for sure. I’m sorry. I love you. Thank you. RIP my MIGHTY HEART my little fellow.”He added: “Thank you to the community for allowing me to search through their yards for him and supporting my midnight walks,” he added. “It was reassuring to see the best of people even in the worst of times.”Orlando also shared photos of a new tattoo that he’s had inked on his chest in honour of the dog. View this post on InstagramA post shared by Orlando Bloom (@orlandobloom) on Jul 21, 2020 at 11:19pm PDTEarlier this year, Orlando showed off another tattoo, in memory of his dog Sidi, who died in 2016.He and his fiancée Katy Perry are currently expecting their first child together, a daughter. Orlando also has a son from his previous marriage to model Miranda Kerr.READ MORE: Katy Perry Tells Dying Grandmother She's Pregnant In Touching Video Orlando Bloom Debuts Corrected Tattoo As He Laughs Off Previous Blunder Katy Perry Shares How Her Relationship With Orlando Bloom Differs From Marriage To Russell Brand
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(Gauss Centre for Supercomputing) The Media Solution Center Baden-Württemberg (MSC) is pleased to welcome the Fundación Épica La Fura dels Baus and the Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra as new members. They join a growing network of arts organizations and media companies that the MSC is building to promote innovation at the intersection of the arts, science, and technology, particularly involving supercomputing, simulation, artificial intelligence, and virtual reality.
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Earlier this month, people familiar with aviation giant Boeing’s inner workings said that the company was close to ceasing production of its Goliath of the skies, the 747, citing a drop in demand. With recent news that British Airways is retiring its entire fleet of the four-engined behemoths that future is becoming a reality sooner than expected. In a letter to employees, British Airways said it is immediately pulling all 28 of its Boeing 747s rigs from service, Airline Geeks reports. The move comes in response to the changing travel patterns and a drop in passenger numbers brought on by… This story continues at The Next Web
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The simultaneous hijacking of so many accounts is extraordinary.
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It's currently available in six countries, including the UK, for Android and Windows 10.
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In today’s still fairly constricted and closed-off world thanks to the global pandemic, it’s more than ever important to keep in touch with your friends ... The post ELEPHONE ECam X webcam on sale from Gearbest appeared first on Gizchina.com.
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There’s a new Toshiba 4K TV in town, and it marks a shift in how Toshiba TVs are integrating some of their smartest features, compared to last year’s range.
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Aston Martin is weathering the storm by unveiling its first-ever production DBX SUV. Following a fresh infusion of funds from Canadian billionaire Lawrence Stroll, Aston Martin’s St Athan assembly plant is bustling with activity to finally deliver its first batch of DBX SUVs to waiting clients. “It is a real privilege to be here today to witness the completion of … Continue reading
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A new paper asks: What if antimatter is the portal into the dark universe?Measurements of the universe reveal that most of its mass appears to be “dark matter,” invisible stuff that interacts with regular matter via the laws of gravity but hasn’t been directly detected, despite major efforts to find it.One team is looking for a popular candidate, the axion, based on the way it interacts with a kind of matter called antimatter.Axions are perhaps the second most popular dark matter candidate after a class of particles called WIMPs, or Weakly Interactive Massive Particles, which also haven’t been discovered.Axions are incredibly low-mass hypothetical particles that scientists originally proposed to solve a particle physics mystery called the strong-CP problem, but scientists later realised these particles could explain the extra mass in the universe.Meanwhile, antimatter is kind of like matter’s evil twin; every subatomic particle has a corresponding antiparticle, a mirror image with the same mass but opposite electric charge.
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Ice changes phase to become liquid water at 0 C. Liquid water changes phase to become water vapor at 100 C. Similarly, magnetic materials become nonmagnetic at critical temperatures.However, there are also phase transitions that do not depend on temperature.A study involving experiments under extreme conditions, especially ultralow temperatures and intense magnetic fields, and accompanied by theoretical interpretation of the experimental results explored this type of situation and investigated the quantum critical point manifested in a highly unusual transition."We found and interpreted evidence of two successive quantum critical points associated with a double breakdown of the Kondo effect," Larrea told.Named for Japanese physicist Jun Kondo (born 1930), the Kondo effect explains the formation of heavy fermions in metal compounds based on rare-earth elements.In these compounds, the electrons behave collectively owing to their strong correlation, forming a singlet (a collective of distinct particles that behave as a single particle), which can be represented as the coupling of the localized magnetic moment of the rare-earth ion with the conduction electron around it.
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