Daily Archives: March 19, 2020

AirDrop-Like Nearby Sharing Crops Up In Android 11 DP2

AirDrop-Like Nearby Sharing Crops Up In Android 11 DP2

Google appears closer to launching a new Android 11 feature called ‘Nearby Sharing’ with Developer Preview 2 (DP2). The feature, which was previously referred to as “Fast Share,” was spotted in the Android 11 DP2 release notes under its original branding. Specifically, that reference is found as a bug report …

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Razer Making Face Masks To Aid Coronavirus Fight

Razer Making Face Masks To Aid Coronavirus Fight

Gaming company Razer is converting some of its manufacturing lines to make face masks and aid in the coronavirus fight. Razer making face masks to aid coronavirus fight Company CEO Min-Liang Tan took to Twitter to announce Razer’s role in the coronavirus effort. “Over the past few days, our designers …

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About Half of COVID-19 Cases Show Digestive Signs

About Half of COVID-19 Cases Show Digestive Signs

THURSDAY, March 19, 2020 (HealthDay News) — Diarrhea and other digestive symptoms are the main complaint in nearly half of coronavirus patients, Chinese researchers report.         Most patients with the coronavirus have respiratory symptoms, but these findings from the early stages of the outbreak show that digestive …

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ESPN+ Has Loads Of Original Content To Watch, With Live Sports Suspended

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ESPN+ has always focused on producing original content, but now with the Coronavirus pandemic, it’s more important than ever. With the majority of Americans stuck at home – either working from home, or currently unemployed – they are watching more and more content. Even though Live Sports are currently suspended, …

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‘Running the show’: Aaron Ramsey leads tributes to Peter Whittingham | Football

Peter Whittingham, seen here in 2006, came through the academy ranks at Aston Villa.

A recurring theme amid the tributes to Peter Whittingham was the nod to his magical left foot, described by Aaron Ramsey and others as a wand-like weapon. Dietmar Hamann described it as “one of the best left pegs I’ve ever seen” but Ramsey, Whittingham’s former Cardiff team-mate, also alluded to …

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Riot’s League Of Legends Auto Battler Is Now Available On Android

Riot's League Of Legends Auto Battler Is Now Available On Android

If you’re having trouble finding games to play during your quarantine, the League of Legends auto battler Teamfight Tactics is an option now for your smartphones. The game has just launched on Android, arriving on the Google Play Store late yesterday evening. While this is based on League of Legends, …

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Best Work From Home Tech for 2020: Laptops, Monitors, More

Best Work From Home Tech for 2020: Laptops, Monitors, More

Are you working from home for the first time? You’re not alone. Tens of millions of people worldwide now have a home office, whether they wanted one or not. A new monitor, mouse, or office desk can help transform a section of your house into a suitable work environment. Here’s …

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Mikel John Obi: ‘Players were scared. I thought, I don’t want to be part of this’ | Football

Getafe v Trabzonspor

Mikel John Obi laughs. He has not heard the comments from the Trabzonspor president, Ahmet Agaoglu, until now and it is difficult for him to conceal the incredulity. Agaoglu, whose club are top of the Turkish Superlig and chasing a first championship since 1984, had clambered on to his soapbox …

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Football’s leaders put squabbles aside to strike heartening tone in a crisis | Football

In normal times, last experienced in Britain only a week ago, it might have been fanciful to imagine that in some unprecedented global crisis football’s squabbling and often self-seeking administrators would step up and behave like leaders. Of course, faced with an unthinkable pandemic they have had little other choice …

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Doctors Say Shortage of Protective Gear Is Dire During Coronavirus Pandemic

Doctors Say Shortage of Protective Gear Is Dire During Coronavirus Pandemic

The Open Cities Community Health Center in St. Paul, Minn., is considering shutting its doors, because of a dwindling supply of face masks. Doctors at Barnes Jewish Hospital in St. Louis have been forced to perform invasive procedures with loose fitting surgical masks rather than the tight respirator masks recommended …

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