Daily Archives: March 9, 2018

Stray leopard injures 4 people in Indian city rampage (VIDEO)

Four people were injured as Indian authorities spent hours trying to tranquilize and capture, with a fishnet, a wild leopard that had strayed into a residential area. Locals from the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh were shocked to find a leopard wandering around a house under-construction in Indore’s Palhar Nagar area. They contacted authorities around 10 am after it was ...

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Facebook launches AR effects tied to real-world tracking markers

Facebook’s augmented reality camera is evolving beyond selfie masks and randomly placed 3D objects to using location markers in the real world that trigger AR experiences in a precise location. Spotted today, Facebook confirms to TechCrunch that it’s testing the feature in closed beta with promotions for the upcoming Ready Player One and Wrinkle In Time films. And in April, ...

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First group of militants surrender arms & leave East Ghouta after Russia-brokered talks

The first group of militants have surrendered their arms and left East Ghouta as an increasing number of rebel fighters in Syria seek to disassociate themselves from Jabhat al-Nusra terrorists, the Russian military has announced. “Certain representatives of illegal armed groups have intensified attempts to get in touch with the Syrian government forces and the Russian Center for Reconciliation with ...

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Gunman & 3 hostages found dead inside veterans’ home in California – police

Published time: 10 Mar, 2018 03:51 Edited time: 10 Mar, 2018 03:57 The hostage crisis in California has ended, after the suspect and three hostages were discovered dead inside the veterans’ home in Napa County, authorities have confirmed, following an hours-long standoff. DETAILS TO FOLLOW Let’s block ads! (Why?) RT US News

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Mario can now guide your route in Google Maps

It’s Mario Time! Beloved gaming character Mario is coming to Google Maps, thanks to a partnership between Google and Nintendo ahead of Mario Day, March 10. (MAR10…get it, Mario?) In addition to the various deals and sales on Nintendo games, the mustachioed plumber will also make an appearance in Google Maps’ navigation, if you opt in to have Mario accompany ...

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Trump pardons submariner who took photos of classified sub & used ‘Clinton emails’ defense

US president Donald Trump has pardoned a Navy sailor who was sentenced to prison for taking and “mishandling” photos of a classified military vessel. The submariner used Hillary Clinton’s email scandal in his court defense. Former Machinist’s Mate 1st Class Kristian Saucier took six photos of the USS Alexandria’s engine room with his cellphone at the Naval Submarine Base New ...

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Trump says deal with North Korea ‘very much in the making’

US President Donald Trump believes he is capable of reaching a deal with North Korea that will be a “very good one for the world,” he said, after agreeing to talks with Pyongyang following Kim Jong-un’s invitation for a meeting. “The deal with North Korea is very much in the making and will be, if completed, a very good one ...

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Google makes it easier to create custom Assistant commands for devices

Not really the showiest of SXSW announcements, but Google’s got a nice little update for developers looking to differentiate Assistant integration on a product level. Custom Device Actions are way to add specific functions to products. In a blog post, the company gives the specific example of activating a specific color cycle on an Assistant-enabled washing machine machine. The new ...

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Who’s a very good Street View camera? You are!

For its latest addition to Street View, Google has employed a trio of very good (and extremely fuzzy) boys — Ako, Asuka and Puuko. In order to capture the snowy streets of Ōdate City, Japan, the company strapped 360 cameras to the backs of the three Akita dogs, which hail from the country’s cold and mountainous regions. The company can’t ...

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NRA files lawsuit over Florida’s ‘unconstitutional’ gun law

The National Rifle Association has filed a federal lawsuit seeking to block restrictions introduced by the newly-signed Florida gun control legislation, claiming it violates the Second Amendment. “We filed a lawsuit against the state for violating the constitutional rights of 18 to 21 year olds,” said former NRA president and lobbyist Marion Hammer, as cited by USA Today. The National ...

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