Sunday, May 22, 2022
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Wanted man arrested following struggle with police – Albury – Latest News – NSW Police Public Site

Untitled Sunday, 22 May 2022 02:17:35 PM Two police officers suffered minor injuries while arresting a wanted man in Albury yesterday. About 5.45pm (Saturday 21 May 2022), police stopped a vehicle on Guinea Street for the purpose of a random breath test. Officers from Murray River Police District attempted to arrest the passenger after recognising him as a wanted man. It’s alleged the 33-year-old struggled with police and got into the driver’s seat to avoid apprehension. While the officers were in the vehicle, the man allegedly accelerated and attempted to flee; however, further police arrived on scene and he was subsequently arrested. During a search of him, police located and seized a knife, along with drugs and drug paraphernalia. The officers received minor injuries during the struggle but did not require treatment. He was taken to Albury Police Station where he was charged with the outstanding warrants, along with multiple offences relating to resisting arrest and drug possession. The local man was bail refused to appear at Albury Local Court tomorrow (Monday 23 May 2022).

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YouTube star IDubbbz already plotting boxing return after losing bruising debut – Mirror Online

Social media star Ian Carter, who goes by the name IDubbbz, made over 100,000 pay-per-view sales for his fight with Doctor Mike, but had to bulk up around 40lb to make cruiserweightVideo LoadingVideo UnavailableIDubbbz discusses loss to Doctor Mike and future boxing plans YouTube star iDubbbz is already planning to return to the boxing ring, and will bring back his Creator Clash brand after a successful night at the box office. Ian Carter, who has over 10million subscribers across his various YouTube channels, was defeated by Doctor Mike Varshavski in his debut on Saturday night after bulking up 40lb to make the cruiserweight limit. Carter impressed fans with his ability to keep pushing forward despite being in there with a bigger and more experienced opponent, and is now eyeing up a return to the lower weights. IDubbbz vs Doctor Mike drew just over 100,000 buys on pay-per-view provider Moment House, with eight other YouTube bouts making up an exciting night of action. Carter promoted the event alongside his wife Anisa Jomha, who had planned to fight until an injury forced her out of contact sports forever. "I'm feeling super happy about it," Carter told Mirror Fighting in an exclusive chat…

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YouTube's new feature highlights the most replayed parts of videos – Times Now

YouTube is getting a new feature now that will highlight the “most replayed” parts of videos. The feature will now be available in YouTube's web player and mobile apps. To recall, the feature was previously available as an experiment for YouTube Premium subscribers. Now it is launching for all users starting today.YouTube.Users will be able to identify the most popular parts of a video from a graph that will be visible behind its progress bar. “If the graph is high, then that part of the video has been replayed often. You can use the graph to quickly find and watch those moments." YouTube said. YouTube is introducing the feature as part of a package of updates. End of Article

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YouTube Music on Wear OS now lets you stream music from your smartwatch – Android Police

A YouTube Music feature that you may have thought it already had YouTube Music has been on Wear OS watches for less than a year, and new updates are landing to make it a fully-fledged option for listening to the streaming service. The latest change is the ability to listen to music over WiFi or LTE on your smartwatch. Announced in a community post from Google, YouTube Music on Wear OS is set to support streaming music after an update in the coming days. Previously, listeners had to download playlists to listen to them. In February, Google teased this feature on Samsung's Galaxy Watch4, but this news confirms it will be rolling out to devices this week. We've yet to see it land on any smartwatches, but we expect it to arrive on smartwatches running Wear OS 2 software or above. That includes the Galaxy Watch4 series and a wide variety of the best Wear OS smartwatches. YouTube Music isn’t breaking any new ground here as other services such as Spotify already offer the ability to stream on Wear OS smartwatches. This is particularly helpful if you’re already embedded in YouTube’s streaming service, though, and you want to be able…

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