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Flash decision from Trump! Cancelled

The press briefing organized by the US President Donald Trump in the White House regarding the new type of coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak was canceled. Trump ‘s, Covid-19 with Terrorism Task Force with members of the White House ‘in his press conferences almost every day to do the weekend in the country today to cancel the agenda was. In the daily program published last night from the White House, the press briefing was foreseen to be held at 17:00 local time. However, White House Spokesperson Kayleigh McEnany said on Fox TV, “There will be no press conference today.” said. The White House then updated the program and the briefing was canceled. While McEnany stated

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Is the COVID-19 Pandemic all doom and gloom?

As an optimist I firmly believe there is much to be gained beyond the COVID Pandemic. I have researched numerous articles summarizing what the experts agree are key benefits for the Australian and the world community Besides economic recovery, we have plenty to look forward to! We will be more connected (digitally at least) Thanks to modern technology such as digital applications, Bluetooth and Social media – people are now better equipped to mobilise away from harm’s way albeit virus related or something more sinister. There is now potential to improve connectivity on multiple levels ultimately assisting all facets of modern life. The last few months have exposed flaws within our internet infrastructure and not just in Australia. It was reported that in the 29th of April, we as a nation experienced the biggest 24 hours of downloading ever reported by the NBN and most telco’s gained invaluable data

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Mohammad Sediq Afghan one of the greatest geniuses of the world

Sediq Afghan added by the UN and UNESCO to the List of Common Heritage of Mankind, is again on-stream among the activists for a New and Fair World! Sediq Afghan arrives in Chernihiv where he plans, in the near future, to hold World Forum presenting a New World Program. Worldwide fundamental changes are coming soon! This article tells about world-famous Afghanistan-born mathematician, about his unique abilities to calculate the destinies of both individuals and entire countries and peoples, and the text of the last interview held on May 31, 2019. FOREWORD BACKGROUND. Or how it could happen that Sediq became

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The essence of what is happening worldwide

The actions of the Russian authorities, allegedly have a “cunning plan.” The plan, of course, is present. But the hypocrites are not devoted to it, because they are weak-willed harmless pawns on the world chess board, seeing only one cell ahead on this board. In fact, these “elected” are completely under the control of the behind-the-scenes and operate within a strictly defined framework with no ability to make key decisions on their own. Now they have begun to understand that their masters, preparing to leave Russia, pit them against each other like scapegoats to cover their masters tracks. The whole

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Can we trust Apple when it checks our images on iCloud?

Prevention of child abuse and violence compels Apple to take controversial measures. After Apple updated its privacy policy at the end of 2019 and announced that it could check images for child abuse, the following statement of Jane Horwath is not surprising: “As part of this commitment, Apple uses image-matching technology to help find and report child exploitation. Much like spam filters in email, our systems use electronic signatures to find suspected child exploitation. Accounts with child exploitation content violate our terms and conditions of service, and any accounts we find with this material will be disabled.” Yes, by choosing

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Banned for not featuring women. Political correctness gone wild

Political correctness has truly gone too far in the UK. Despite the core audience being 87.5% male, a PC Specialist ad has been banned for perpetuating “harmful gender stereotypes”. The commercial isn’t diverse enough featuring a white man, a black man and an Asian man. The UK’s Advertising Standards Authority (UK’s regulator of advertising) banned ad after just eight “deeply offended” people complained. Just recently, a Volkswagen commercial ad was also banned in the UK for violating “gender stereotypes” because it showed a woman caring for a baby. The UK’s Advertising Standards Authority also banned a commercial with a sexy

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Segway’s S-Pod from future inspired by Pixar’s Wall-E and Jurassic World

It’s called S-Pod, the self-balancing egg-shaped wheelchair for adults to move effortlessly. It’s equipped with an auto-balancing technology developed by Segway, controlled by a small joystick positioned on the left armrest. It seems to come straight out of the future as if from computer-animated science fiction film WALL·E, where humanity, addicted to technology and comfort, goes around on mobile chairs to avoid walking. The idea of the latest Segway product is exactly the same: to allow people to move around the city comfortably seated on a chair equipped with two wheels and an electric motor. According to the company, the

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Sony unveils its first electric car Vision-S at CES in Las Vegas

Sony had never approached the automotive sector, but at the Consumer Electronic Show, it presented an electric vehicle equipped with numerous Sony systems and technologies. From the sensors used for safety inside and outside the passenger compartment to the entertainment system. It is not yet clear whether the car will be mass-produced or will remain a concept. The electric car is equipped with 33 different internal and external sensors, several widescreen displays, and 360 Reality Audio audio system. BlackBerry, Bosch, Nvidia, Qualcomm and others also participate in this project. The basis for the electric car was created by Magna, a

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Division within US Establishment amid conflict with Iran

Let’s take a look at the ins and outs of the Iranian response to American aggression. The day before yesterday, a brigadier general of the US Marine Corps sent a letter to the Iraqi government about the upcoming withdrawal of troops from Iraq with the wording “out of respect for the independence of your country.” This news was confirmed by both the general himself and the Iraqi side. After which it was published by Reuters, TASS, and other news agencies. And if the Americans did so, then perhaps Iran would have less reason for the actions that they took tonight.

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The beautiful Russian athlete lives in the USA and is not going to leave

Russian long jumper Daria Klishina has been living in the United States since 2013. Here she trains and prepares for all major competitions. The Russian athlete is so accustomed to living abroad that it seems that she is not going to leave the US even after her career ends. In connection with what is happening in Russian athletics, this is not at all surprising.   A native of Tver began her career back in 2007, when she won the world championship for athletes no older than 17 years old. Since then, her credibility, experience, and results have only improved. Of

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What Rudy Giuliani dug up on Biden during a visit to Ukraine? Plundered grants and billions of Poroshenko

Ex-Prosecutor General of Ukraine became one of the main witnesses of Giuliani, giving an interview in Budapest Trump’s lawyer Rudy Giuliani is preparing a report on Ukrainegate after a two-day trip to Kiev, where he was looking for compromising material on his client’s rival Joe Biden. “I am collecting evidence to protect my client from false charges against him,” Giuliani succinctly explained the purpose of the Ukrainian voyage. Trump has already announced “a lot of good information.” Giuliani has already published a part of the bombshell news from Kiev on his Twitter. In particular, about $ 5 billion stolen under

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iPhone 11 Pro, Galaxy S10 +, and unbreakable Nokia 3310 dropped from a helicopter

You can hardly guess which of them survived the drop test. YouTubers from How Ridiculous channel decided to test the strength of three phones: the flagships of Apple and Samsung, as well as the legendary “brick” Nokia 3310. To do this, all three devices were dropped from a helicopter at an altitude of about 300 meters. The result was really unexpected. Drops start at 7:16. At first, Nokia 3310 was dropped from the height of 45, 76, 152 and 228 meters. In all cases, the phone broke into pieces, but still survived – after the third test the screen broke.

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Putin jokingly admitted stealing US high technologies

Russian President Vladimir Putin joked during the Forum “Russia Forward!” about technology for shale oil production in the United States. According to the President of Russia, the United States is investing too much money in a new industry, creating a new technical base. The Russian leader said that we need to wait for the United States to spend money on new technologies for the production of shale oil. “With regard to shale oil … Let us wait for the Americans to spend money on new technologies for the production of shale oil, and then we’ll just “cat-scratch” it,” the president

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Motorola Razr 2019 foldable screen smartphone specs & price

Motorola presented its first smartphone with a folding screen, long-awaited for two reasons: it is still one of the few with this type of screen and it is the reissue of a much-loved phone in the early 2000s. The look is elegant, but the price is not for everyone. After years of rumors, Motorola has finally launched its first smartphone with a folding screen: it is the expected successor of the legendary Moto Razr, a mobile phone from the early 2000s that with its rich personality had remained in the heart of many. As anticipated a few weeks ago, the

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Alaina Gassler a 14-year-old girl solved the problem of blind spots in cars

The system was presented during a school competition, it uses a webcam system, a projector and a series of 3D printed components to visualize pillars inside the car. Despite the lane control systems, despite cruise control and all other driver assistance technologies, modern cars still suffer from an ancient problem: blind spots. The field of view is hidden by the pillars that support the roof of the vehicles and it’s still a cause of many accidents, and even the most sophisticated radars onboard are unable to solve the problem completely. The solution could come from Alaina Gassler, a 14-year-old American

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