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Tech & Science 26 Outrageous Sci-Fi Predictions That Actually Came True

12:20  12 november  2019
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Melbourne Cup: Lucky punter's outrageous three-leg multi that pocketed $90k

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Опубликовано: 26 авг. 2015 г. The List Bomb Team is @comicstorian @halfcastpodcast. We go over some of the most innovative inventions that sci - fi predicted before Top 10 Historical Predictions That Actually Came True - Продолжительность: 8:38 681 039 просмотров.

Some sci - fi authors made vague predictions that can certainly be interpreted as coming true , while others made decisive, intricate predictions that are startling accurate in Much of what these authors wrote was considered totally outlandish at the time, yet a considerable amount of it has come true .

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Facebook is making a wonderful change to its mobile app to ease the pain on our notification-riddled brains: the company is rolling out the ability to turn off notification dots for some icons on the shortcuts bar and will even let you remove some of those shortcuts entirely. The new feature was reported on by TechCrunch.

I tested it on iOS, and hiding notification dots is pretty easy to do. Just tap and hold on an icon on the shortcuts bar, and a menu will pop up that gives you the choice to remove that icon from the bar or turn off the attention-grabbing red dots for it:

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But some classic sci - fi films made rock-solid predictions that proved eerily accurate decades later. Movies such as "Blade Runner," "The Terminator," and "2001: A Space Odyssey" are all worth revisiting for the modern-day technology they predicted . Despite some great contenders from the last decade

15 Amazing Predictions That Actually Came True - Life is full of unbelievable events of great synchronicity. Are there really people whom can predict the

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You can also manage what’s on your shortcut bar by tapping the hamburger menu icon > Settings & Privacy > Settings > Shortcuts. I was able to hide the icons and notification dots for Watch, Profile, and Groups, and TechCrunch reports you can do so for Marketplace, Events, and Dating as well.

Facebook confirmed to TechCrunch that this has rolled out to most iOS users and that Android users will be getting it in the next few weeks.

Civilisation VI On PS4 And Xbox One Works, It's Fine .
I’m not here to review Civilisation VI again, or its two expansions. I’ve done that already. What I am here today to tell you is that all that stuff is now available on PS4 and Xbox One, and against my best instincts and predictions, it’s absolutely fine. Prior to playing, and as someone who hadn’t tried the already-out Switch version of this game, I’d have thought this premise insane. Civilisation has been tried on consoles before, with Revolution, which couldn’t really capture the full experience.

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