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Day: May 21, 2018

Newlyweds preferred tattoos instead of traditional rings
Featured, Life Style

Newlyweds preferred tattoos instead of traditional rings

    Wedding tattoo spelling Love. Marriage vows are permanent but some newlyweds are taking their commitment a step further with wedding ring tattoos. The new trend, which already has 5,000 posts on Instagram, replaces the typical wedding ring in favour of a matching tattoo to display your unwavering dedication to each other. It also allows non-traditional couples to express themselves through more than just the choice of platinum, gold, or silver. And the ring finger is not the only digit to get the wedding tattoo treatment - couples on social media are showing off their #weddingtattoos on thumbs, even wrists. For the most part, the tattoos are dainty, with the majority of couples opting for a few lines of ink or a symbol of their love, such as the eternity symbol. ...
Top 5 foldable phones to expect in 2019
Featured, Technology

Top 5 foldable phones to expect in 2019

    The age of folding smartphones is coming. We know as patents for foldable phones are being filed in an ever increasing number, with all the big players like Apple, Samsung, Huawei, LG, Motorola and more positioning themselves to come to market  in the strongest and most innovative position possible. Here we've rounded up the five most exciting pieces of mobile foldable hardware that we currently know about. 1. Samsung Galaxy X The front of the Galaxy X reportedly has two 3.5-inch screens, which become a 7-inch tablet when folded. The rear of the device has a third 3.5-inch screen that allows it to be viewed even when folded down. This indicates that the device will work via a series of intricate hinges. In terms of release date, we've speculated that the Galaxy ...
Is Trump getting cold feet about the North Korea summit
America, Featured

Is Trump getting cold feet about the North Korea summit

    President Trump, increasingly concerned that his summit meeting in Singapore next month with North Korea’s leader could turn into a political embarrassment, has begun pressing his aides and allies about whether he should take the risk of proceeding with a historic meeting that he had leapt into accepting, according to administration and foreign officials. Trump was both surprised and angered by a statement issued Wednesday by the North’s chief nuclear negotiator, who declared that the country would never trade away its nuclear weapons capability in exchange for economic aid, administration officials said. The statement, while a highly familiar tactic by the North, represented a jarring shift in tone after weeks of conciliatory gestures. On Thursday and Friday, Trum...
Feminist Meghan share royal plans
Featured, United Kingdom

Feminist Meghan share royal plans

    Meghan Markle has laid out her royal plans after she and husband Prince Harry returned to London to begin married life. The Duchess of Sussex now has her own page on the official royal.uk website, with a short biography that emphasises her charity work and downplays her acting career. The site confirms that Meghan will undertake royal duties in support of the Queen both in the UK and overseas. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have left Windsor after their wedding was watched by millions around the world on Saturday. It has not been confirmed where they are heading on Sunday evening, but their official residence is Nottingham Cottage on the grounds of Kensington Palace. The destination of their honeymoon has not yet been confirmed but it is expected to be Namibia or...
UK planning own space programme after dispute with EU
Featured, United Kingdom

UK planning own space programme after dispute with EU

    Britain is to review its contribution to the EU’s Galileo satellite programme and plan for alternative systems in this crucial area, Gavin Williamson has said as he announced the launch of the UK’s first Defence Space Strategy. The move follows an increasingly bitter dispute between Whitehall and Brussels over the access the UK, the European Union’s biggest spender on defence, will have to the bloc’s satellite navigation project after it leaves the EU. Britain is a world leader in the space industry and our defence scientists and military personnel have played a central role in the development of the EU’s Galileo satellite programme alongside British companies, so it is important we also review our contribution and how we plan for alternative systems in this crucial...