Daily Archives: March 17, 2020

A New One Piece Games Is Out On Android Today

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Last month Bandai Namco announced that it would be launching a new One Piece game on Android called One Piece Bon! Bon! Journey!! That game is now available to download from Google Play and install on your device. This is a match-3 puzzle game so it’s a bit of a …

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Tom Brady to reportedly sign with Tampa Bay Buccaneers | Sport

Tom Brady is reportedly expected to sign with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. ESPN reported the Buccaneers were expected to sign the six-time Super Bowl champion quarterback “barring any unforeseen circumstances” on the same day Brady announced he was leaving the New England Patriots, ending one of the most successful chapters …

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Google Assistant, Alexa Becoming Too “Home Smart,” Developers Fear

Some Google Home Users Are Now Able To Broadcast To A Single Speaker

Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa, for all their popularity, are becoming too smart in the smart home sector, developers say. Google Assistant, Alexa becoming too “home smart,” smart home developers say The two AIs (artificial intelligence assistants) are growing in their access to customer data. There was a time when …

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Samsung Allegedly To Fix Loads Of Galaxy S20 Issues In One Update

Galaxy S20's 2nd Firmware Update Arrives, Improves Camera, Gestures

World smartphone market leader Samsung allegedly plans to fix nearly all of its Galaxy S20 flagships’ problems with a single update. That’s based on a recent tweet shared by Max Weinbach, detailing the fixes that are incoming. The fix will apply to each of the devices in the Samsung Galaxy …

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Premier League and EFL working to help crisis-hit clubs, says FA | Football

The Football Association is working with the Premier League, EFL and the government to consider how help can be provided to clubs falling into financial crisis during the suspension of the sport due to the coronavirus pandemic, the FA’s chief executive, Mark Bullingham, has said. In interviews after the teleconference …

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English-born musher leads Iditarod, world’s most famous sled dog race | Sport

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An English-born musher from Norway running in only his second Iditarod has a commanding lead as mushers enter the final stretch of this year’s sled dog race across Alaska, one of the few US sports not canceled over fears of the new coronavirus. Thomas Waerner was the first musher to …

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Specs battle of budget 5G phones

Realme X50 Pro 5G vs iQOO 3 5G

5G phones are getting cheap with Chinese manufacturers launching their flagship with the connectivity. Two of such devices are Realme X50 Pro 5G and iQOO 3 5G. While both of them are quite similar, they have their differences. Hence, here is a Realme X50 Pro 5G vs iQOO 3 5G: …

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Spanish FA head attacks ‘irresponsible’ La Liga plan to test all players | Football

The president of the Spanish football federation (RFEF), Luis Rubiales, has attacked the league’s plan to carry out coronavirus tests at every first and second division club as “irresponsible” when there are others who need to be tested more urgently amid a health crisis. Rubiales has also insisted that the …

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These Places Could Run Out of Hospital Beds as Coronavirus Spreads

These Places Could Run Out of Hospital Beds as Coronavirus Spreads

20% of adults are infected in 18 months 20% of adults are infected in 12 months 20% of adults are infected in 6 months 40% of adults are infected in 18 months 40% of adults are infected in 12 months 40% of adults are infected in 6 months 60% of …

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