The Frasier series revival we’ve occasionally heard about for months is slightly closer to becoming a reality, at least based on comments made by series star Kelsey Grammer.The actor recently talked about the possible revival on British entertainment show Lorraine, during which he said there are half a dozen different possible ideas for a new show in the pipeline.Grammer, who played Frasier in the sitcom by the same name, was recently spotted carrying around a folder that appeared to feature the word ‘Frasier’ on it.The sighting renewed rumors about a possible reboot or revival of the series, which we’ve heard mentioned sporadically over past months.A revival of the series, which would feature Grammer back in his role as Frasier, has not been greenlit at this time.However, when asked about the folder sightings on Lorraine, Grammer revealed that there are six different ideas currently in consideration for a potential series revival.
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The six-year-old was raped and killed on the island in July last year.HuffPost is part of Oath.Oath and our partners need your consent to access your device and use your data (including location) to understand your interests, and provide and measure personalised ads.Oath will also provide you with personalised ads on partner products.Select 'OK' to continue and allow Oath and our partners to use your data, or select 'Manage options' to view your choices.
The ‘disappearing’ message platform vendor has dedicated tools to gather user data for internal purposes, and has had to contend with staff abuse of those tools in the past, finds a reportSnap, maker of the Snapchat messaging service, has internal tools that allow staff in multiple departments to access users’ personal data, including location information, saved messages, telephone numbers and emails, according to a report.Snap has protections in place to combat the abuse of the tools by employees, but some individuals have nevertheless used them in the past to spy on users, some staff told industry website Motherboard this week.The existence of data access tools is standard in the tech industry, where companies are obliged to be able to hand over certain types of data to law enforcement if the need should arise, with other legitimate uses including enforcing company policies.Nevertheless, the existence of Snap’s tools, one of which is called SnapLion, may come as a surprise to some users, many of whom use Snapchat due to the perceived ephemerality of messaging on the platform.Unless saved, Snap messages typically disappear after a recipient reads them.
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In a statement read in court, Jayme said she wanted to see Patterson “locked up forever”.HuffPost is part of Oath.Oath and our partners need your consent to access your device and use your data (including location) to understand your interests, and provide and measure personalised ads.Oath will also provide you with personalised ads on partner products.Select 'OK' to continue and allow Oath and our partners to use your data, or select 'Manage options' to view your choices.
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Welcome to CHEAP, our series about things that are good, but most of all, cheap.You might think the world is complicated enough and there’s no need to make basic tasks harder, right?That’s why you need to stop what you’re doing right now and buy the Albert Math Clock.Have you even read the start of this article?), it displays equations you have to solve to get the information you need.Yep, you can get this for $119.97 – a big discount all the way down from $299.99.
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More than a million young people were expected to walk the streets on Friday in an international protest demanding action on climate change.The latest climate strike went live, with hundreds of thousands of students having walked out of school in places like New Zealand, India, South Africa, Nigeria and throughout Europe, reports CNN.This is the most recent Fridays for Future, a movement Swedish teen activist (and badass) Greta Thunberg started last year.A student-led climate strike in March spurred some 400 events around the world.For these young people, it’s simple.They’re doing what they can to raise the alarm – and that means walking out of school.
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Online selling has expanded in so many different directions that it’s tough to define exactly what digital marketing actually means anymore.SEO, content distribution, ad servicing, email marketing—they’re each distinctly unique, yet increasingly critical areas for savvy entrepreneurs to find and cultivate awareness and sales online.And unfortunately, the smart marketer can’t ignore any of them.For those ready to tackle 21st century commerce, but unsure where to start, The Complete Digital Marketing Super Bundle ($15, over 90 percent off from TNW Deals) is a smart place to begin with limited time promo code: WEEKEND60.The collection gathers nine different courses packing 57 hours of instruction on getting upstart marketers up to speed on virtually everything they need to know.MailChimp 101: Learn Email Marketing (a $49.99 value)
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Did you know the Scottish Cup is the oldest national football trophy in the world?Well, we can help you there with our Hearts vs Celtic live stream tips.As the norm, the 2019 Scottish Cup final will take place at Hampden Park in Glasgow - so Celtic will immediately have the hometown advantage over Hearts.The game itself is on Saturday May 25 with kickoff at 3pm BST (10am ET, 7am PT, 4pm CET).Saturday 25 May is arguably the biggest day in the 2018-19 Scottish football calendar and all of the action is ready to kick off at 3pm.The big story of the day (sorry Hearts fans) is to see whether Celtic will pull off an unheralded third successive domestic treble, having already won the league (although Rangers weren't far behind) and beaten Aberdeen 1-0 in the Scottish League Cup Final.
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Amazon has announced the launch of support for Traditional Chinese language books on Kindle.The collection includes more than 20,000 books in Traditional Chinese available across the Kindle platform, including on the Kindle mobile apps, Kindle Fire, and Kindle eReader devices.The selection includes translated bestsellers and works from popular authors like Liu Cixin and Qiong Yao.Amazon revealed the new collection on Thursday, stating that authors can now also publish their own Kindle books in Traditional Chinese through its Kindle Direct Publishing platform.The company says it designed multiple features specifically for reading the Traditional Chinese text in horizontal orientation.Readers are given multiple custom font options and support for searching in Traditional Chinese directly from the Kindle app or device.
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More retailer bank holiday dealsTV dealsLaptop dealsSmart home dealsGaming dealsBroadband dealsMobile phone dealsMore great bank holiday sale picksThe second set of May's Bank Holiday Sales are now live at all the best retailers and we're here to roundup the hottest deals and tell you who is having the best sales events from now and throughout the long weekend.To stay tuned on all our regular deal updates, bookmark our deals page or follow us over on Twitter.Bank holiday sales: quick linksHisense H43A6250UK 43-inch HDR 4K TV: £359 £259 ArgosThis is a tempting offer from Hisense and the reviews have been strong too.LG 65-inch 4K HDR OLED TV | £1999 £1739 at Currys
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Is the world any more private today than it was a year ago?“We’re seeing mixed results so we’re having mixed feelings,” Estelle Masse, a senior policy analyst at the privacy advocacy organisation Access Now, told Gizmodo.Armed with the GDPR, national privacy regulators in Europe would finally have the capability to facedown Silicon Valley’s tech giants.“We’re still waiting for those complaints and the investigations that came out of them to produce results.Dixon’s office “currently has 50 large scale investigations running,” she told the U.S. Congress earlier this month, “which, as they conclude in the coming months, will serve to set the mark for what is expected of organisations under the principles of transparency, fairness, security and accountability.”The investigations are looking at American Internet behemoths including Google, Facebook, WhatsApp, Instagram, Twitter, Apple, LinkedIn and Quantcast.
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Like many of the best pairings in life - fish and chips, Batman and Robin, man and his dog - we can't help but feel like the market's incredible selection of SIM only deals, and all of the free time the Bank Holiday weekend will be providing you were a match made in heaven.If you're now in the position where you need to grab a SIMO, whether that's to pair with a brilliant SIM-free phone you're planning on getting in the Bank Holiday sales, or to put in your phone now your contract is up, this weekend is the time to do it.With offers ranging from the UK's cheapest SIM to some of the most impressive big data offers we've seen on the market, there is pretty much a SIM only deal to suit any needs.We've listed the top five options down below so you can choose the one that works best with your budget.Want to go big on data?These are the best unlimited data SIM only deals
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Google’s intelligent little helper has been powering almost every other smartphone for the past few years, getting better and smarter each day.Despite its dominance on mobile devices, Google shows no signs of slowing down.Aggressive marketing, widespread device integration and new innovations show where Google is placing its eggs.The iconic phrase began letting you for applications and functions within your phone, developing over the years to integrate the search engine and virtual helper we know today.There was no way Google was going to Amazon take the lead in household AI, especially given Google’s unrivalled reservoir of data and information.This gave it the edge despite the smaller list of participating products.
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Porn is hard to come by in China, as the country’s dedicated anti-porn task force continues to push for a more sanitised web, free from even ASMR videos.There are still those taking the risk to maintain horny corners of the web, but Chinese authorities have arrested the last two main suspects who were running a porn livestreaming platform, totalling at 20 arrests.The investigation lasted over a year, according to South China Morning Post and, on April 26, police announced that they had arrested a man and a woman in the Phillippines for running a platform in which people livestreamed erotic performances and took requests in exchange for payment.The platform was reportedly first called Huahua, though, in order to evade being caught, the app’s appearance changed several times.It is believed to have made about £1.8 million over the course of five months and had over 900,000 users.People reportedly shared QR codes in the Chinese messaging app QQ to download the livestreaming app.
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Demonstrators will urge an end to killings as they make the journey from Belfast to Londonderry.HuffPost is part of Oath.Oath and our partners need your consent to access your device and use your data (including location) to understand your interests, and provide and measure personalised ads.Oath will also provide you with personalised ads on partner products.Select 'OK' to continue and allow Oath and our partners to use your data, or select 'Manage options' to view your choices.
Ah, the Bank Holiday weekend, famously put in place as an additional day off work to organise your brand new broadband deal.While we may not know the exact history behind this work-free day, we do know that there are some brilliant cheap broadband deals to grab this weekend.Two offers especially stand out for those looking to reduce their bills: TalkTalk and Plusnet.The two big name ISPs are offering broadband at a price of just £17 a month.These aren't the cheapest broadband deals on the market, that prestigious title goes to the slightly less known Onestream.You can see both of these affordable internet packages below or check out our guide to the best broadband deals to see everything else - fibre maybe?
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Some OnePlus 7 Pro models are apparently exhibiting hardware problems just days after release, in the form of phantom touchscreen taps that apps seem to respond to but which haven't been made.As reported by Android Police, the mysterious ghost touches don't seem to correspond to one particular app or one particular scenario – it's almost like they come out of nowhere.Whether or not you've already got a OnePlus 7 Pro to hand, you can check out the forum posts, Twitter tweets and YouTube clips that describe and demonstrate the issue.At this stage it's hard to say how widespread it is.All eyes are now on OnePlus to see if this is a problem it can solve in a reasonable timeframe.The OnePlus 7 Pro has already had a major software update pushed out to it, in part to improve the gaming experience.
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