Monthly Archives: April 2020

5 Photo Apps to Save Your Memories in the Cloud for Free

5 Photo Apps to Save Your Memories in the Cloud for Free

Who doesn’t love photos and with cameras available to pretty much everyone, thanks to mobile phones, humans are taking more photos than ever. But storing tons of photos can be a difficult task, especially if you don’t have plenty of storage available on your phone, and not every photo is …

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How to record your Android phone’s internal audio

How to record your Android phone's internal audio

For a long time, it was impossible to save your phone’s internal audio while you’re recording your screen, but that has changed with Android 10. The latest stable release of the OS comes with an API that gives apps access to internal audio. While it was created with accessibility features …

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Small Businesses Struggle To Pay Wages Amid Coronavirus Lockdown

Small Businesses Struggle To Pay Wages Amid Coronavirus Lockdown

Small businesses account for nearly one-quarter of the country’s $2.9 trillion economy. Hundreds of thousands of cash-starved small businesses have either deferred or cut their workers’ wages this month, say industrialists and union leaders, amid a 21-day nationwide lockdown to stem the spread of the coronavirus pandemic. All India Manufacturers …

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NASA Says Data From Cassini Probe May Help Explain Saturn’s Atmospheric Mystery

NASA Says Data From Cassini Probe May Help Explain Saturn

The upper layers in the atmospheres of gas giants — Saturn, Jupiter, Uranus, and Neptune — are hot, just like Earth’s. But unlike Earth, the Sun is too far from these outer planets to account for the high temperatures. Their heat source has been one of the great mysteries of …

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TCL 10 Pro, 10 5G and 10L hands-on

TCL 10 Pro, 10 5G and 10L hands-on

Introduction Yesterday TCL unveiled its 10 series smartphones, featuring the TLC 10 Pro, the TCL 10 5G and the TCL 10L. They’re an interesting mix of specs and features (the Pro has an inferior chipset to the non-Pro), with a release scheduled for Q2 of the year (the release of …

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Dogs, doughnuts and the day Palace pipped Liverpool to the FA Cup final | Football

Crystal Palace defender Richard Shaw snuffs out a threatening run by Peter Beardsley.

The result was never in doubt in the half-time entertainment at Villa Park on 8 April 1990. The police dog representing Liverpool sailed over the ever-increasing barriers with speed and serenity, while the Palace pooch stumbled and failed to keep up. A sympathetic, bordering on patronising, round of applause rippled …

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Japan Declared a Coronavirus Emergency. Is It Too Late?

Japan Declared a Coronavirus Emergency. Is It Too Late?

TOKYO — For months, Japan has confounded the world by reporting a relatively low rate of coronavirus infections without imposing the kind of stringent measures used by other nations. As the country now declares a state of emergency in the face of a worrisome rise in cases, medical experts are …

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Feral Interactive will bring Company of Heroes to Android this year

Feral Interactive will bring Company of Heroes to Android this year

Company of Heroes coming to iPhone and Android later this year Feral Interactive today announced that the critically-acclaimed World War II real-time strategy game Company of Heroes™ will be released later this year on iPhone and Android. Originally developed by Relic Entertainment and published by SEGA for Windows, Company of …

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The prime of Richie Richardson: one man and his West Indies sun hat | Andy Bull | Sport

Richie Richardson started wearing a helmet while batting in 1995.

There’s solace in the old clips, especially of cricket. It’s not that they’re all that comforting, as such – not if you followed England anyway – more they carry you back to a time when your biggest worries were wondering when Mike Atherton’s back would give in, why the selectors …

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COVID-19: IIT Team Develops LED-Based Disinfection Machine for Sanitising Floors of Hospitals, Buses

COVID-19: IIT Team Develops LED-Based Disinfection Machine for Sanitising Floors of Hospitals, Buses

A team at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) has developed a low-cost LED-based machine which can be used for disinfection of floors at hospitals as well as buses and trains to aid the fight against COVID-19 in the country. IIT Guwahati is also filing a patent for the machine, …

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