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Understanding Applications With Functions and Examples of Applications (Complete)

What are the applications you have installed either on your Laptop or smartphone? In this modern era, the application becomes the most important component in the device. Application roles are often found in various areas of life, such as education, entertainment, business and others. Moreover, the way that is used …

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OnePlus 6: Four years on from the OnePlus One, what will we get?

Four years ago today, OnePlus unveiled the disruptive OnePlus One. Now, the Shenzen-based company’s seventh major device, the OnePlus 6, is on the horizon. It’s a key moment, as enthusiasts come to grips with the pioneering brand moving into the mainstream market with mainstream prices. Will the OnePlus 6 avoid the …

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3 Examples of Delphi Programs for Exercise

In learning programming, you are very obliged to learn various programming languages ​​. In order for you to be proficient, you have to practice frequently. How to practice how? Well by trying to practice the programs that already exist. If it is already practiced, learn the program so you understand. …

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Overload, From the Creators of Descent, Targets May Release Date for PC, Mac & Linux too

Revival Productions announced today that Overload, the six-degrees-of-freedom spirtual successor to the 90s classic Descent, will be available for Windows, Mac, and Linux PCs on May 31, 2018. The game will set you back $34.99 and will be available to purchase on Steam and GOG.com. Revival Productions was founded by …

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Meizu’s light-up Bluetooth earphones are both ridiculous and amazing

Meizu Meizu launches light-up Halo Earbuds in China. Bluetooth earphones outfitted with Corning’s Fibrance glass and fiber optic lighting. Glowing buds set to retail in China from April for 999 yuan (~$158). We’ve seen a huge shift towards headphones and earphones that hide or completely do away with pesky cables. Enter …

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Heptio Announces Gimbal, Netflix Open-Sources Titus, Linux 4.15 Reaches End of Life and More

News briefs for April 23, 2018. Heptio this morning announces Gimbal, “an open source initiative to unify and scale the flow of network traffic into hybrid environments consisting of multiple Kubernetes clusters and traditional infrastructure technologies including OpenStack”. The initiative is in collaboration with Actapio, a subsidiary of Yahoo Japan …

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Florida police attempted to use slain man’s finger to unlock his phone

Two police detectives reportedly tried unlocking a deceased man’s phone at a funeral home with his finger. The detectives were investigating his death, as well as his involvement in a separate inquiry. The case brings up questions of what privacy protections people, both living and dead, are granted with regards …

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