Android O is “touching down to Earth with the total solar eclipse” on August 21, Google reveals

As rumored last week, August 21 will be an important day for Google and its mobile operating system. That’s because the company promises we’ll “meet the next release of Android and all of its super (sweet) new powers” on that day, which is also the day of the total solar eclipse. Google will hold a special event for Android O in New York City on that date, starting at 2:40 PM ET. This will thankfully be livestreamed, the company revealed. A countdown to the big event is already live on the Android website. We…

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Morneau to sit down with provincial counterparts ahead of health transfer meeting

The provinces and territories appear to be heading for a showdown with the federal government over the future of health funding. Federal Finance Minister Bill Morneau will sit down to dinner with his counterparts this evening, then health ministers will join in talks Monday. On Friday, Morneau called provincial demands for bigger federal health funding transfers “out of the realm” of anything Ottawa would consider. He insists the federal government won’t agree to keep the annual increases in transfers above three per cent, nor will the government raise its share of spending to 25 per cent of provincial health budgets. Ottawa’s plan to reduce…

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This Upside Down Cafe In Germany Is Really Trippy & Has Become A Rage On Social Media

After seeing the optical illusion of the world’s steepest street, Baldwin Street in New Zealand, we thought we’d seen it all. But that’s the interesting thing about this world, just when you think you’ve seen it all, it brings a better and crazier thing to you. And the Earth is full of such crazy things. Like this cafe in Wertheim, Germany, called the Toppels’ House. It’s owned by a fictitious family, the Toppels, who were clearly very high when building this place. Why? Because they mixed up the ceiling and…

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