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Github launches updated insights for Marketplace

Github Github on Tuesday announced developers can now gain more insight into their app’s performance with the “Insights tab” on the Marketplace dashboard. With the update, developers can see data like total subscriptions, visitors, and pageviews to make decisions about pricing, conversions, free trials, and more. Github launched its GitHub Marketplace in May 2017 to give users the ability to ...

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Sridevi’s last picture on the Indian soil—See Pic

New Delhi: Fans haven’t been able to come to terms with the passing away of the legendary actress Sridevi, who left for her heavenly abode on late Saturday evening in Dubai’s Jumeirah Emirates Towers. Since yesterday the fans have gathered outside her residence to pay their last respects to someone they have grown up watching. The actress who went to ...

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List Of Titles And Release Dates

While the Marvel Cinematic Universe has been humming along since 2008, it was actually 20th Century Fox that helped start the comic book movie boom with Bryan Singer’s X-Men in 2000. Over the years, the franchise has slowly grown into one of the most solid in movies today, and recently the studio has begun to look at ways to continue ...

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Wood plays down ankle fears after ‘grown-up’ withdrawal

Mark Wood used his experience of past mistakes in making a “grown-up decision” to pull himself out of the opening ODI against New Zealand when he felt pain in his troublesome left ankle, but has been reassured by the results of scans which have not shown any further damage to cause alarm. Wood has had three surgeries on the ankle ...

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Microsoft continues to call for new laws as justices hear its data-privacy arguments

U.S. Supreme Court justices heard arguments today, February 27, in Microsoft’s ongoing battle with the U.S. government over data privacy. According to early reports from Reuters and the Associated Press, some of the justices seemed nonplussed by Microsoft’s claims that data stored overseas should not be accessible to government prosecutors. The Supreme Court is not expected to rule on the ...

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Why The Batgirl Movie Might Be Further Away Than We Thought

Of course, this news does make Joss Whedon’s departure from the movie seem possibly premature. Whedon admitted that at this point he didn’t have a story, but if the movie wasn’t going to go into production for years, it’s not like he needed one right now. He could have worked on something for months, possibly years, before stepping back, and ...

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New Zealand’s Kane Williamson doubtful for second ODI

New Zealand and England meet in second one-day international on Wednesday The Kiwis won the first in the five-match series by three wickets on Sunday Their captain Kane Williamson is a doubt with a ‘mild hamstring strain’ Tim Southee would take over as captain, with Mark Chapman drafted in as cover  By David Clough, Press Association Published: 06:26 GMT, 27 ...

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Singapore, Indian state to collaborate on fintech intiatives

Singapore has inked am agreement with India’s Government of Maharashtra (GoM) to jointly participate in fintech projects such as blockchain and mobile payments, and will include the establishment of a fintech marketplace. The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) and the government of India’s third-largest state said they would aim to promote fintech activities in both markets as well as drive ...

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Sridevi to be cremated in Mumbai’s Vile Parle at 3.30 pm tomorrow

Mumbai: Sridevi’s mortal remains are expected to arrive at the airport here by around 10.30 PM on Tuesday at Gate No 8 by Anil Ambani’s private jet, reports Khaleej Times.  The last rites of Indian cinema’s first female superstar will be held tomorrow. The condolences and last respects will take place between 9.30 am to 12.30 pm at Celebration Sports Club Garden No ...

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