Piers Morgan gets brutally shut down with the perfect 'Inbetweeners' photo

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Twitter burns can come in many different forms.

Sometimes it’s a handful of passive-aggressive emoji. Other times it might be a well-placed sentence or two.

Or, if you happen to be taking aim at Piers Morgan, it might just take one simple image.

Yep: that’s Jay from The Inbetweeners, in all his glory.

In case you don’t remember Jay (or if for some inexcusable reason you’ve never seen The Inbetweeners), he’s the one who’s constantly bragging about stuff and making up ridiculously far-fetched lies. Read more…

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To highlight the importance of the new feature SwiftKey has teamed up with National Geographic, more specifically with a contributing photographer, to inspire users with a gallery of 12 curated images exclusive to its keyboard.

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Here's the first portrait photo (likely) taken with the OnePlus 5T

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and 3T – this year, OnePlus is seemingly doing exactly the same thing. With the
OnePlus 5 (launched in June) no longer available to buy, we’re expecting a
OnePlus 5T to be officially announced any time now.

 

Before an actual announcement unfolds, OnePlus co-founder
Carl Pei today shared a nice portrait photo that’s most likely taken with the
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For a limited time, you can score a $5 iOS photo editing app that animates your pictures, for free

Take a lot of pictures with your iOS device? If so, you might be interested in an app that animates your photos and brings them to life. Called Plotagraph+ Photo Animator, the app will normally cost you $4.99. However, for a limited time only you can install the app on your iPhone or iPad for free via a redeemable code. You can use a picture from your camera roll by clicking on “+,” or snap a new shot by clicking on the camera icon.

Set the direction of the animation by dragging the screen in the direction you want the movement to go. And if you only want certain parts of a picture to be …

New Google Pixel 2 XL photo revealed by Walmart alongside fresh Home Mini images


Google hasn’t been able to keep its upcoming Pixel 2
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Pixel 2, and the 6-inch Pixel 2 XL), while also learning quite a lot about
their features. 

 

Unlike the Pixel and Pixel XL of 2016 (which shared the same
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Today this might change, however, as an alleged photo of the device’s rear shell has just surfaced online — and it’s in a tasty white color to boot. The photo shows a pretty similar back panel to the one in the original Mi MIX, with the most major differences being that the panel is now made up of only one piece …