Technology 

WhatApp: Fresh details surface online about brand-new chat app

WHATSAPP • GETTY WhatsApp has revealed some fresh details about its all-new app Fresh details about WhatsApp Business app – an all-new version of the hugely-successful messaging service designed to help companies communicate with customers. The latest tidbit about the messenger comes courtesy of the official FAQ. According to WhatsApp, users on the platform will be able to choose from three possible status updates – unconfirmed, confirmed or verified. Business accounts which have yet to be verified by WhatsApp will have a grey question mark displayed in their profile. This…

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BBC issues BIZARRE job advert for post in world’s MOST REMOTE island

Must have clean driving licence, head for heights and be prepared to live on one of the most remote islands. To be handed the keys to a bungalow and begin life in an exotic location the successful applicant must also pass a mast climbing test. The BBC World Service is advertising for an aerial maintenance worker on its Atlantic Relay Station at English Bay on Ascension Island. The base helps provide coverage to Africa and South America and the advert is in The Sentinel newspaper on St Helena.  The South…

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Gaming 

Nintendo Switch games shock as new leak surfaces following Metroid Prime 4 news

Another third-party Nintendo Switch games release has been leaked this week, this time focusing on a new remaster project. Several high profile remakes have already been linked to the Switch, although nothing official has been revealed on most of them. Dark Souls 1 is rumoured to be in-development for the handheld, followed by another returning franchise. According to the latest reports, Burnout Paradise is in the works for the Nintendo Switch. Several new retail postings have apparently revealed that a remastered version of the game is coming to Xbox One,…

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Sport 

Barcelona news: Gerard Pique reveals REAL reason Neymar left Nou Camp

Neymar shocked the football world when he agreed to a world record £198million move to join PSG. It left Barcelona stunned and immediately searched for a replacement with Philippe Coutinho their ideal target. Liverpool were unwilling to listen to offers so they turned their attention to Ousmane Dembele, who they signed for an initial club-record fee of £97m. But the Catalan club have not been able to truly replace Neymar, despite leading La Liga. And Pique insists he holds no grudge over the Brazil international for leaving the Nou Camp….

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Technology 

Forget Android Oreo upgrade, Google upgraded your phone with THIS awesome feature

Google this week pushed-out an update to a slew of older hardware, including smartphones running 5.0 Lollipop. The update brings the impressive AI assistant that powers the Pixel and Google Home, Google Assistant, to the devices. Assistant was an exclusive for the Google Pixel smartphone range when it launched back in October 2016. Google later rolled-out the virtual assistant to other devices rolling Android 7.0 Nougat, before expanding availability to handsets running 6.0 Marshmallow earlier this year. However, these are still relatively new smartphones, like the Galaxy S7 and HTC…

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Sport 

Liverpool news: Mohamed Salah receives incredible endorsement from football legend Pele

Salah has enjoyed an incredible start to life at Anfield since his summer move from Roma. He currently leads the Premier League goalscoring charts with 13 in just 17 matches. And his exploits on Merseyside have also been repeated for his country as he scored a last-gasp spot-kick in Egypt’s match against Congo in October to send them to next year’s World Cup.   Salah’s astronomical rise led to him being named the Africa Player of the Year award earlier this week, ahead of fellow Liverpool star Sadio Mane.  His performances…

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Dengue and Yellow fever outbreak ALERT issued as deadly mosquito found on Canary Islands

GETTY The mosquito causes fever and severe joint pain Regional health officials sounded the alarm after discovering Aedes type mosquitoes behind the spread of the painful diseases on the holiday island of Fuerteventura. The insect – the Aedes aegypti – can also spread other viruses common in tropical and sub-tropical areas including Zika fever, Mayaro and Chikungunya which has no cure and like the other viruses associated with the mosquito causes fever and severe joint pain. A small pocket of the mosquitoes, which in 2005 were blamed for 30 cases…

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Sport 

Man Utd news LIVE updates: Mourinho holiday plans, Lukaku surprise, Dybala claim

Manchester United news LIVE updates: All the latest from Old Trafford Thursday December 14 Jose Mourinho holiday plan 05:00: Jose Mourinho has joked that will take a trip across the Atlantic as soon as he believes Manchester United are no longer in the title race. United returned to winning ways this evening with a 1-0 victory over Bournemouth after their defeat to Manchester City at the weekend. And he mockingly stated he would have already booked his holiday to either Brazil or America if he thought otherwise. “I said we…

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EU needs more time to finish trade deal with South American bloc: France and Eire delaying

Mercosur delegates had hoped to announce a so-called political agreement outlining the deal’s key points this week at the World Trade Organisation (WTO) ministerial conference in Buenos Aires or during the free-trade bloc’s meeting in Brasilia next week, the source said.  But when Mercosur presented “new indications” of changes it was willing to make to its offers, the EU said it was not prepared to present new proposals of its own, said the source, who requested anonymity due to the sensitivity of the talks.  “The EU said it was not…

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REVEALED: South Korea EXPLOITING nuclear war with North Korea to make billions of pounds

Arms-producing companies from the Asian country made a combined sales total of £6.5billion in 2016 according to the international research body. The report, which listed the world “top 100” military services, highlighted that last year’s total represented a 20.6 per cent rise in sales compared to 2015. SIPRI Senior Researcher Pieter Wezeman said: “The increasing nuclear weapons capability in North Korea has led to major investments in South Korea.” He said the increase in sales indicates the South are looking to capitalise on the war rhetoric of their neighbour. Mr…

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