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May 18, 2016 6:48 PM Google launches conversation-based Assistant

Google has announced a conversation-based tool to control smartphones, smartwatches and other devices. Google Assistant can be used to find information, play media and carry out tasks - such as booking cinema tickets - via a back-and-forth chat between the user and the software. The firm also announced a voice-activated device with a built-in speaker 31

May 18, 2016 6:00 PM Google I/O 2016: Google Home, Allo, Android N, Wear 2.0 and Google Assistant

Google I/O 2016 live stream - what's been announced? Google I/O 2016 will begin at 6pm (UK time) with a two-hour keynote from Sundar Pichai - and you can the live stream right here (see below). Google I/O is strictly a developer's conference, but that doesn't mean this presentation will be all about code. Far from it. The nitty-gritty code talks happen 33

May 18, 2016 5:50 PM Google I/O 2016: What's been announced?

Google I/O 2016 live stream - what's been announced? Google I/O 2016 will begin at 6pm (UK time) with a two-hour keynote from Sundar Pichai - and you can the live stream right here (see below). Google I/O is strictly a developer's conference, but that doesn't mean this presentation will be all about code. Far from it. The nitty-gritty code talks happen 31

May 18, 2016 7:06 AM PM Accused Of 'Watering Down' Queen's Speech

David Cameron has been accused of "watering down" the Queen's Speech in pursuit of the EU referendum, "jettisoning" key promises. Measures in the Queen's speech have been watered down or booted out altogether, sparking concerns from within the Tory party, Iain Duncan Smith has claimed. The former cabinet minister says that "key elements" of the party's 17

May 17, 2016 10:30 PM Mashed, boiled, baked or chips: Eating too many POTATOES could put YOUR health at risk

EATING potatoes four or more times a week increase the risk of high blood pressure, researchers have warned. A new study has suggested that eating too many baked potatoes is just as likely to increase the risk of high blood pressure as eating too many chips. High blood pressure - which is also known as hypertension rarely has noticeable symptoms, but if untreated 17

May 17, 2016 8:17 PM Europa League final: How to show your support for Liverpool FC on Facebook

With just a few clicks you can add an LFC frame to your profile picture WHETHER you’re going to Basel or not, if you’re a Liverpool FC fan you’ll probably want to show your support for your team on social media. Now you could update your Facebook status – but a more visual way to back the team is by adding a special Reds frame to your profile picture 31

May 17, 2016 7:53 AM Kim Kardashian accepts Break The Internet Webby Award and vows: 'Naked selfies 'til I die'

The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star has vowed to keep taking naked pictures until the end of time, while accepting her Webby Award last night for breaking the internet. Mother-of-two Kim, 35, was honoured at the 20th annual ceremony in New York City, celebrating the best of the internet over the last twelve months. She was given the inaugural special 20

May 16, 2016 4:26 AM Kabul locked down as Afghan authorities face power line protest

KABUL Stacked-up shipping containers blocked the streets leading to Kabul's government and diplomatic area on Monday as Afghan authorities prepared for a rally by thousands of members of the Hazara minority over a multi-million dollar power line project. Demonstrators are demanding that the route for the 500 kV transmission line linking Turkmenistan 30

May 15, 2016 7:37 PM Why Boris Johnson Playing the Hitler Card Was So, So Wrong

And only a couple of week's ago his colleague, Zac Goldsmith, played the terrorist card, in a flat out attempt to derail Sadiq Khan with bare-faced lies, as the "terrorist" he tried to link Sadiq to was actually a prominent Tory, whose hand Zac had shaken at a fundraiser to persuade more Muslim people to vote Conservative. Things are escalating fast, and I feel duty bound 28

May 13, 2016 10:14 PM Ronald Koeman slams Everton link: He could sign new contract with Southampton next week

RONALD KOEMAN has ruled himself out of the Everton job – and could sign a new Southampton contract as early as next week. The Merseyside club are desperate for the Dutchman to replace Roberto Martinez – promising a £100m kitty and a hefty wages. But Koeman, who has one year left on his current Saints deal, insists he is going nowhere. When asked directly 12