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New ‘superglue’ could seal the deal for stretchable batteries, soft robots

Hydrogel adhesive fuses hard-to-bond materials like elastics and hydrogels

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Iran's president heckled at rally after criticism by supreme leader

Protests in Tehran suggests escalation in power struggle between Rouhani and Khamenei after landslide re-election Iran’s president, Hassan Rouhani, has been heckled at during an annual pro-Palestinian rally in Tehran, a week after he was criticised by the supreme leader, as a power struggle between the two appeared to escalate. Rouhani, who was participating in the Quds rally, which is held on the last Friday of Ramadan, had to be rushed to his car after protesters shouted slogans comparing him to Abolhassan Banisadr, the country’s first president who was impeached and later exiled after falling foul of the clerical establishment. Continue reading...

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Caravaggio wins Commonwealth Cup at Royal Ascot for Aidan O’Brien

• Coolmore-trained favourite defeats Godolphin pair • First three pull clear in exceptional sprinting raceCaravaggio nearly blew the Commonwealth Cup at the start but finished strongly to win the highlight race of day four at Royal Ascot. Under Ryan Moore, the odds-on favourite reared up in the stalls and came back down on all fours perhaps a second before the gates opened. He was settled in midfield just moments later, with his main rival, Harry Angel, helping to force what looked a strong pace. Helping to force that pace was Caravaggio’s stablemate, Intelligence Cross, perhaps pushing Harry Angel to go just a shade faster than was good for him. Continue reading...

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Latest WebView Introduces Isolated Renderer Process And In-App Safe Browsing

Google released a short review of the changes in the latest version of WebView. Android WebView is a system component for Android allows Android apps to display content from the web directly inside an application. Starting with Android Lollipop, Google decided to distribute WebView as an independent APK updated from the Play Store every six weeks. The

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England v South Africa: second T20 international – live!

* Twenty20 international updates from the match at Taunton * Women’s World Cup: our full guide | Harmer spins Essex 14 points clear * And email [email protected] with your thoughts 4.33pm BST Hello you. We all know that awards are meaningless, until the day you win one. With that in mind, it gives me great pleasure to tell you that, if England beat South Africa today, they will move up to No1 in the prestigious, world-famous ICC T20 rankings. It wouldn’t be much consolation for last week’s confusing, distressing defeat to Pakistan, but it would be further confirmation that they have become a formidable team in what we are contractually obliged to describe as white-ball cricket. And it would give them a series win with a match to spare. Continue reading...

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Muller scythes past Querrey at Queen's, Cilic next

LONDON (Reuters) - Luxembourg left-hander Gilles Muller continued scything his way through the grasscourt season when he beat former champion Sam Querrey at the Aegon Championships at Queen's Club on Friday.

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The Fiver | Twitching at the sight of interaction between Mignolet and Lovren

In today’s Fiver: Mohamed Salah, tractors and the power of Fiver letters Liverpool have officially completed the signing of Egyptian wonder-winger Mohamed Salah from Roma. Both clubs have confirmed that the deal has been done. So has the player himself. Photographic evidence has been supplied to give the whole caper an air of finality. Excited quotes from all parties have been passed around like hot blather about Virgil van Dijk’s sporting proclivities. But don’t go picking Salah for your fantasy teams just yet, that’s The Fiver’s advice. Because anyone who has even flicked through the recently published 53,761-page collection of Liverpool’s Amazing Transfer Market Misadventures (Volume I) knows there is still plenty of time for this deal to go the way of Wile E Coyote’s most cunning wheezes. Continue reading...

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Pigeons, buses and mixing up fielders: TMS will miss Henry Blofeld

Test Match Special will not be the same without this loveable old rogue, who has decided to retire after 45 years in the commentary box Henry Blofeld will retire from his role as a commentator on the BBC’s Test Match Special programme in September. The 77-year-old, affectionately known as Blowers, has worked on TMS since 1972 and his final match will be the Test between England and West Indies at Lord’s, which starts on 7 September. Related: England’s Stuart Broad doubtful for South Africa Test with heel injury Continue reading...

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