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22 Jul 19
Nutrition.Health.Life.

Q: I hear about diabetes all the time, but what is it actually? A: There are a few different types of diabetes, but there are 2 main kinds: type 1 and type 2. Type 1 diabetes is what used to be called “childhood diabetes” but due to an increased in children getting type 2 diabetes […]

22 Jul 19
Android Sage

As we know, OnePlus released latest Android Q beta 3 for various flagship phones for the past 2 generations. These phones include OnePlus 7, 7 Pro and the OnePlus 6 or 6T. The latest firmware update features all the latest OnePlus apps, revamped user interface, new features, and of course the Android Q goodies from […]

22 Jul 19
The Comfort Home

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22 Jul 19
9to5Google
The Asus ROG Phone 2, after leaks and launch rumors, has now gone official and will no doubt provide one of the most spec-laden smartphone experiences of the year (via GSMArena). Despite having a very similar design to the previous ROG Phone, the sequel ups the ante by adding some of the most powerful internals on a smartphone to date. The ROG Phone II relies on the recently announced Snapdragon 855+ chipset, comes with 12 GB of RAM, a massive 6,000 mAh battery and a 120 Hz FHD+ display. The battery is topped up by a 30 W charge brick. At the rear, the dual-camera setup has the same sensors that you’d find on the Zenfone 6. That means a 48-megapixel main sensor and a 13-megapixel secondary sensor with a 125-degree, ultra-wide-angle lens. You lose the neat flip-up mechanism, but instead, the ROG Phone 2 has a 24-megapixel front-facing selfie camera. The display is where this latest gaming smartphone will really shine, as the 6.59-inch 1080p OLED panel has that super-high 120 Hz refresh rate, support for 10-bit HDR, and an in-display fingerprint reader. Asus has stated that the touch sensor has a sampling rate of 240 Hz, with a touch latency of just 49ms, which is the lowest of any phone available. Asus has added an advanced cooling system that includes a vapor chamber and side vents to help keep the ROG Phone 2 cool during extended gaming sessions. This also serves a dual purpose as it ensures that the overclocked Snapdragon 855+ chip doesn’t throttle at peak speed. Another bonus is the ability to choose whether the ROG Phone 2 runs stock Android or Asus’ own ROG UI during the initial device setup process. Both options come in the Android Pie flavor, though we’re unsure if and when the ROG Phone 2 will get an Android Q update. As for the design itself, it retains much of the design we had already seen on the original ROG Phone. You’ll notice no notch, with some side bezels really helping you get a grip of the device in landscape without covering important onscreen controls and UI elements. The bezels also house dual front-firing stereo speakers. There will be a suite of add-on gaming accessories to up the power on offer here, too. Updated versions of the TwinView dock and AeroActive Cooler fan will be available, with a new clip-on gamepad called the Kunai very much resembling the Nintendo Switch joy-cons. Pricing is not yet known, but we expect the Asus ROG Phone 2 to start near to the original. We would expect it to extend near to the $899 mark. More on Asus: Asus ROG Phone 2 hands-on images leak showing 120Hz display, no notch, more Asus ROG Phone 2 set to launch at July 23 keynote ASUS Chromebook Flip C434 Review: Not quite the underdog anymore
22 Jul 19
Nutrition.Health.Life.

Q: I hear about diabetes all the time, but what is it actually? A: There are a few different types of diabetes, but there are 2 main kinds: type 1 and type 2. Type 1 diabetes is what used to be called “childhood diabetes” but due to an increased in children getting type 2 diabetes […]

22 Jul 19
MOM PLUS TWO

I would like to thank everyone who participated in this Q&A. Many people wanted to remain anonymous so I have decided to keep all questions anonymous.  Some of these questions were rather funny and some had me thinking quite a bit (thanks, lol) The answers below gives you a bit of insight of how I am […]

22 Jul 19
Yadnya Investment Academy

In this article, we are going to analyse RBL Bank Q1 FY2019-20 results update released on Friday, 19th July, 2019. Why did the stock fall after the results?

22 Jul 19
Gray's Economy

Earlier Monday I wrote about high-powered Democratic defense lawyer Robert C. Gottlieb alleging in court filings that his client Anthony Comello was deluded by Q-Anon before shooting Francesco (Franky Boy) Cali, a Gambino crime family member outside his Staten Island home in March. Well the backstory on how this story broke in the New York […]

22 Jul 19
9to5Google
The OnePlus 7 Pro is arguably one of the best phones you can buy right now. It does, however, have areas where improvements can be made, the steadily improving Nightscape mode being one example. While Nightscape 2.0 has brought some impressive improvements, it really doesn’t quite match the Huawei Night mode or Google’s Night Sight in every scenario. But I have found that with little experimentation you can get excellent results in low-light situations with Nightscape 2.0. Nightscape is limited to just the 48-megapixel main sensor at present — much to the disappointment of fans on the official OnePlus forums. Luckily for us who want to utilize the extra lenses for Nightscape mode, a OnePlus executive has told GSMArena that we’ll soon be able to use the mode on all of the OnePlus 7 Pro cameras. OnePlus image product manager, Zake Zhang said: “We are working on bringing the Nightscape feature to the other cameras in a future update.” This is great news for those of us that rock the OnePlus 7 Pro as our daily smartphone. Zhang didn’t confirm if this will extend to the front-facing pop-up selfie camera though. Given that the Pixel does allow for Night Sight to be used on the front-facing camera, it would be a few steps behind if not. While this is undoubtedly great news for OnePlus 7 Pro owners, it is still disappointing that we won’t see older OnePlus devices get support for Nightscape 2.0. It means that you will likely have to rely on the GCam APK and the modding community to take better quality low-light photos. More on OnePlus: Android Q Developer Preview 3 now available for OnePlus 6, 6T, 7, and 7 Pro OxygenOS 9.5.7 OTA now rolling out for OnePlus 7 w/ camera improvements, more OxygenOS 9.5.10 for OnePlus 7 Pro rolling out as major hotfix for 9.5.9 OTA
22 Jul 19
Nutrition.Health.Life.

Q: I hear about diabetes all the time, but what is it actually? A: There are a few different types of diabetes, but there are 2 main kinds: type 1 and type 2. Type 1 diabetes is what used to be called “childhood diabetes” but due to an increased in children getting type 2 diabetes […]

22 Jul 19
JustASorcerer🧙🏻‍♂️

Hey guys, Mariah over at Bizarre Brunette nominated me and a few others for this award last week and I felt it about time I got around to doing my answers and keeping the ball rolling with some new nominees! I’m super grateful for the nomination! For those who don’t know, Mariah covers a lot […]

22 Jul 19
Defenders Bible Reading Plan

https://esv.literalword.com/?q=ezra+5%2C+6%3B+proverbs+22%3B+Luke+1 Observations from today’s readings and today’s S-WOD, Monday, 22 July 19: Note, here is a short video overview of Luke, chapters 1-9: https://youtu.be/XIb_dCIxzr0 Luke 1:15-17 – “…for he will be great before the Lord. And he must not drink wine or strong drink, and he will be filled with the Holy Spirit, even from […]

22 Jul 19
BestySells

Price: [price_with_discount](as of [price_update_date] – Details)   Vintage 1950s women's cocktail dress with V-neck and belt with belt and pockets FUNCTIONALITY * Material: 95% cotton, 5% elastane. * Color: Several colors available (classic solid colors and floral print) * Sleeve: sleeve * Length of the dress: Above the knee * Style: Vintage cocktail dress * […]

22 Jul 19
Crown Vintage

If you love burlesque and cabaret, or essentially anything sexy and fabulous as much as I do, then you’ll absolutely love this experience. On May 24, my friend and I got tickets, via Nightkey, to the opening night of Hello Darling’s House Party. I had been following the Instagram page to this brand new venue […]

22 Jul 19
East Bay Times
Climate Test, Art Kiosk Installation by Phaan Howng: Daily through July 29, 2200 Broadway, Redwood City. A site-specific hand-painted installation aiming to spark climate change dialogue. Free. https://visitrwc.org/ Live on the Square: 6-11 p.m. Fridays through Sept. 27, Jack London Square, Oakland. Begin with 30-minute dance lesson (styles include salsa, Caribbean, swing and hip-hop) then enjoy a public dance party. The evening continues with live DJs, food trucks, beer garden, vendors, a virtual reality photo booth, and more. https://jacklondonsquare.com/events. Flicks & Grooves: Through October, History Park in Kelley Park, 635 Phelan Ave., San Jose. Featuring an outdoor cinema on the second Friday of each month and a concert on the last Friday of each month. $5. http://historysanjose.org Rina Banerjee, “Make Me a Summary of the World”: Through Oct. 6, San Jose Museum of Art, 110 S. Market St., San Jose. Banerjee is known for her large-scale sculptures and installations made from materials sourced throughout the world. $6-$12. https://sjmusart.org. Welcome Home Project Photography Exhibit: THrough Aug. 30, CARE Gallery, 2325 East 12th St., Oakland. Twenty formerly incarcerated Northern California residents featured in exhibit by photographer Ruth Morgan. Opening reception 4:30-7 p.m. July 11. https://bit.ly/2XvCjlM Magic Lantern 3-D Show: Through November, 2200 Broadway, Redwood City. A 3-D video mapping light show designed by artist, Bart Kresa. The show projects onto the San Mateo County History Museum for a 15-minute show weekly on Tuesday nights. Free. https://visitrwc.org/ Blow Up II: Through Sept. 15, Bedford Gallery, Lesher Center for the Arts, 1601 Civic Drive, Walnut Creek. Blow up II explores the imaginative ways that air is used as a tool to create large-scale sculptures. Opening reception, 3-5 p.. July 14. Inflate and Create workshop, Aug. 3. www.bedfordgallery.org Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella: Through Aug. 4, Smithwick Theatre, Foothill College, 1-280 and El Monte Road, Los Altos. This musical is a contemporary take on the classic tale. $12-$32. www.foothill.edu/theatre Redwood Symphony — Beethoven’s 9th Symphony, Retouched by Mahler: 8 p.m. July 27, San Mateo Performing Arts Center, 600 N. Delaware St., San Mateo. Pre-concert lecture at 7 p.m. $10-$40. www.redwoodsymphony.org Vallejo Shakespeare in the Park — Henry V: The play is set in England in the early fifteenth century. The political situation in England is tense: King Henry IV has died, and his son, the young King Henry V, has just assumed the throne. 3 p.m. July 27-28, Hanns Park Amphitheater, 198 Skyline Drive, Vallejo, Aug. 3, Rithet Park, Rolph and Loring Avenues, Crockett; Aug. 4, Susana Street Park, Susana and Estudillo Streets, Martinez; Aug. 10, Peralta Hacienda Historical Park, 2465 34th Ave., Oakland; Aug. 11, Dracena Quarry Park, 130 Dracena Ave., Piedmont.  Free. www.vallejoshakespeare.org/ Art + Soul Oakland: Noon-6 p.m. July 27-28. Downtown Oakland. Music, dance, artisan marketplace, craft beer, wine, food, fun zone. Performers include Jazz Mafia, Lyrics Born and Pointer Sisters. $8-$18. http://artandsouloakland.com NewGround Theatre Dance Company — Star Seed: 7 p.m. July 27 and Aug. 3, Cañada College Main Theatre, Building 3, 4200 Farm Hill Blvd., Redwood City. This new production combines movement, sound and imagery to highlight the power of  breath, mind and voice. $15-$25. https://bit.ly/2LhhNmx Jazz at the Lesher Center Concert Series: 5 and 8 p.m. Saturday July 27-Aug. 24, 1601 Civic Drive, Walnut Creek. Veronica Swift, July 27; Anat Cohen, Aug. 3; Monty Alexander, Aug. 10 and Ralph Peterson, Aug. 24. $145 subscription includes all four concerts. https://bit.ly/30oB2xQ Knife Fight Gauntlet: 10 a.m.-2 p.m. July 28, Jack London Square, Oakland. A three-part cooking competition, competing chefs will make a meal from ingredients provided in a mystery basket. Enjoy music and local vendors, too. www.jacklondonsquare.com Three Egos and a Mormon: 7:30 p.m. Aug. 1-31, 533 Sutter St., San Francisco. A comedy about what it means to be a performer. $25-$50. https://bit.ly/2XM4alY Octobop 20th Anniversary Celebration: 7:30-10:30 p.m. Aug. 2, Poor House Bistro Studio, 91 South Autumn St., San Jose; 8-11:30 p.m. Aug. 3, Savanna Jazz, 1189 Laurel St., San Carlos. West Coast cool jazz with special guests Carl Saunders Aug. 2 and Nancy Gilliland Aug. 3. www.octobop.com Disney’s Beauty and The Beast Jr.: Aug. 2-4, Tabard Theatre, 29 N San Pedro St., San Jose. The classic story retells the tale of Belle and the Beast, who is really a young prince trapped under the spell of an enchantress. $10-$25. https://bit.ly/2YVNh4z Max Amini Headlines San Jose Improv: Aug. 2-4, 62 S. Second St., San Jose. Through an array of eccentric impressions and novel storytelling, Amini’s comedy delivers a strong message about family ties, cultural trappings and social topics. $30. https://improv.com/sanjose/ Pedalfest: 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Aug. 3, Jack London Square, Oakland. A free celebration of bikes, cycling, food and family. Free. https://bit.ly/2Y57Pe0 Skynnyn Lynnyrd — Lynyrd Skynyrd Tribute: 8 p.m. Aug. 3, The Empress Theatre, 330 Virginia St., Vallejo. $20-$25. www.empresstheatre.org Cry Joy Park-Symbioun: Aug. 3-31, 2200 Broadway, Redwood City.  Hand-painted art installation that explores relationships in the natural world and its reflection of society. Opening reception 4 p.m. Aug. 3. https://bit.ly/30rGMXG One Voice — The Story of the Oakland Interfaith Gospel Choir: 7 p.m. Aug. 6, The New Parkway Theater, 474 24th St., Oakland. The screening will be preceded by the short film “The Maze” by Serginho Roosblad. Filmmakers from both films will be in attendance for a Q&A session with filmgoers. $10-$12. https://bit.ly/2xGX3f3 Edward Rooks — Breeding Birds of Filoli: 3:30-4:30 p.m. Aug. 8, Filoli Historic House and Garden, 86 Cañada Road, Woodside. View paintings and photographs of birds and nests found at Filoli’s Garden and Nature Preserve and learn about their habitats and behaviors. $5. https://bit.ly/2xQjwX9 New Works Festival: Aug. 9-18, Lucie Stern Theatre, 1305 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto. Experience new plays and musicals in their early stages of development, and hear about the creative process. $20. https://theatreworks.org/ Summer Contra Costa Crystal Fair: 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Aug. 10, 10 a.m.-4  p.m. Aug. 11, Civic Park Community Center, 1371 Civic Drive, Walnut Creek. Featuring rocks and minerals, gems, jewelry and metaphysical arts. $12 for both days. www.crystalfair.com California Shakespeare Theatre — House of Joy: Aug. 14-Sept. 1, Bruns Amphitheater, 100 California Shakespeare Theater Way, Orinda. An action-adventure romance set in a harem at the beginning of the end of the Mughal Empire. $20-$102. https://calshakes.org/ The Great American (Expletive) Show: 8 p.m. Aug. 15, Tabard Theatre, 29 N San Pedro St., San Jose. Brian Copeland and Charlie Varon join forces to present new monologues on life in the Age of Trump. $32-$40. www.tabardtheatre.org/tickets Touch of Brass: 8 p.m. Aug. 17, Tabard Theatre, 29 N. San Pedro St., San Jose. A tribute concert to Tower of Power. $29-$37.  www.tabardtheatre.org/tickets The Merry Wives of Windsor: 2 p.m. Aug. 17-Sept. 8, Old Mill Park Amphitheatre, 375 Throckmorton Ave., Mill Valley. Shakespeare’s comedy has women turning the table on men. Bring a blanket, chair, sweater and picnic. Free. https://www.curtaintheatre.org/ 50th annual Art in the Park: 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Aug. 18, Susana Park, Estudillo St, Martinez. Enjoy fine arts and crafts created by local artists, along with live music, food trucks, wine and beer. www.martinezarts.org Victorian Days at the Old Courthouse: 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Aug. 18, San Mateo County History Museum, 2200 Broadway, Redwood City. Includes craft activities for children, reenactors playing Victorian millionaires, fashions from the era and a Victorian tea with seatings at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m., $4-$6. Admission free. https://historysmc.org/victorian-days San Quentin Project — Nigel Poor and the Men of San Quentin State Prison:  Aug. 21-Nov. 17, Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, 2155 Center St., Berkeley. Featuring visual documents made during Poor’s collaboration with the inmate population, presented alongside rare photographs from the prison’s own archives. https://bit.ly/2OdCXEv The 39 Steps: Aug. 21-Sept. 15, Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts, 500 Castro St., Mountain View. This Broadway hit hurtles a notorious fugitive and a breathtaking blonde from a London music hall to Scotland’s most remote highlands crawling with devious spies. $30-$100. www.theatreworks.org Truth Thursdays: 5-8:30 p.m. Aug. 22, San Leandro Tech Campus, 1600 Alvarado St., San Leandro. Featuring multiple food trucks, beer, wine, recreational games and live entertainment. https://bit.ly/2Knfm17 Shotgun Players — The Flick: Aug. 22-Sept. 22, Ashby Stage, 1901 Ashby Ave., Berkeley. In a suburban movie house, meet three employees, Sam, a white man in his 30s who still lives with his parents; Rose, a young white woman struggling to be cool; and Avery, a young black man and film trivia genius. $7-$40. https://bit.ly/2xOv3Ge Music on the Main — SambaFunk!: 5-7:30 p.m. Aug. 28, Marina Way and Macdonald Ave., Richmond. Live music, food trucks, info booths, vendors, youth zone and more. www.richmondmainstreet.org Antique Autos in History Park: Sept. 22, 635 Phelan Ave., San Jose.  This event fills History Park with period-correct pre-1946 vehicles, fire equipment, bicycles and motorcycles. In addition there will be displays of early crafts and antique collectibles, a dixieland band, dancers, a barbershop quartet, blacksmith shop demos, trolley rides, History San José open houses, kids activities, food and more. $5. www.scvmtfc.org