Adobe Flash will finally be killed off in 2020

DNA India | 2017-07-27

Adobe said its Flash software that served up video and online games for decades will be killed off over the next three years. The software giant said in a blog post its software, once considered a standard, was being supplanted by open standards such as HTML5 which have matured and become viable...

After Apple, Google and Amazon, Facebook is working on its own smart speaker: Report

The Times of India | 2017-07-26

NEW DELHI: Tech giants of the Silicon Valley, be it Amazon, Google, Apple or Microsoft, are already betting big on artificial intelligence in the form of smart speakers. The only company left to join the bandwagon was Facebook. It looks like the social media company has finally taken the plunge and...


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Consumer Morale At New High Is Good News For Merkel As She Prepares For Re-Election | 2017-07-27

Market research data revealed a 16-year high in German consumer morale which is a positive economic boast for Chancellor Angela Merkel as she prepares for re-election in September, Reuters reported Thursday. Market research company GfK found a 0.2 percent increase for a total of 10.8 percent in the...

VW profit jumps as core brand pushes cost cuts, models

The Times of India | 2017-07-27

BERLIN, July 27 (Reuters) - Volkswagen said group operating profit more than doubled in the second quarter, helped by cost cuts and higher-margin new models at its core namesake brand. Earnings before interest and tax jumped to 4.55 billion euros ($5.34 billion) from 1.90 billion a year earlier, VW...


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Over 100 Dead in Venezuela Protests Since April as Anti-Maduro General Strike Continues | 2017-07-27

The death toll after four months of civil unrest has risen over 100 as violence spread throughout Venezuela as a general strike against President Nicolas Maduro entered the second day on Thursday, according to The Associated Press. The country's chief prosecutor reported via Twitter that a...

Diet with spinach, kale, avocado helps keep brain young

Deccan Chronicle | 2017-07-27

Washington DC: Here's another reason to consume lutein-rich foods, as a recent study has suggested that eating spinach, kale and avacados in middle age will not only keep you physically, but cognitively fit as well. Lutein is a nutrient that the body cannot make on its own, so it must be...


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Govt school teachers oppose dress code order

The Times of India | 2017-07-25

DEHRADUN: Various government school teachers' associations held meetings on Sunday and decided to oppose the state government's decision to implement a dress code for teachers and teaching staff from August 1. Last week the state had sent circulars to schools asking them to implement light blue...


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Enrique Iglesias has yet to introduce girlfriend Anna Kournikova to his father

Belfast Telegraph | 2017-07-25

Enrique Iglesias has no plans to head down the aisle with Anna Kournikova. Enrique Iglesias has yet to introduce longtime girlfriend Anna Kournikova to his father Julio Iglesias - despite being with her for 16 years. In 2014, Julio revealed that while his wife and children have met the former tennis...

Liverpool’s Philippe Coutinho affected by Barcelona transfer saga, says John Barnes

Metro | 2017-07-27

Philippe Coutinho is a top target for Barcelona (Picture: Getty) Liverpool playmaker Philippe Coutinho seems as though he’s had his head turned by growing transfer interest from Barcelona, according to Reds legend John Barnes. The Brazil international has reportedly agreed terms on a move to...

Diego Costa improvises with Brazil beach workout

Sky Sports | 2017-07-27

Diego Costa has taken pre-season training into his own hands with an improvised training session on a Brazilian beach. In a video uploaded to Costa's Instagram account, he is seen exercising on the sand with the help of two assistants, one...

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Slug Slime Inspires Doctors To Invent New Type of Medical Glue

A defensive mucus that slugs secrete when threatened has inspired a new kind of adhesive that could revolutionize modern medicine, according to BBC News. The... | 2017-07-28

Floating City Project Seeks To Build 'Unregulated' Hub For Scientific Research

In the hopes of rising above the laws and regulations of terrestrial nations, a group of Silicon Valley millionaires has bold plans to build a floating city in... | 2017-07-27

Police Say There Are Grounds For Corporate Manslaughter Charges Over Grenfell Fire

British police officials say they have reasonable grounds to suspect corporate manslaughter was committed during the Grenfell Towers fire that killed at least...

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Metro’s dithering is costing millions

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The Washington Post | 2017-07-28

The worst is yet to come

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Venezuela’s lawless regime staggers toward a coup

The Trump administration has rightly sanctioned the reckless state, but going too far could hurt the...

The Washington Post | 2017-07-28

Say hello to a post-America world

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