Samsung’s Galaxy Note 20 Ultra appears to leak in first real-world images

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Photos allegedly showing Samsung’s unannounced Galaxy Note 20 Ultra have been shared by YouTuber Jimmy Is Promo. The pictures could be the first real-life glimpse we’ve seen of the new Note series. Samsung tends to announce new Galaxy Note phones in August each year.

Although we can’t verify the images, they show a very similar device to one that was leaked earlier this month on Samsung’s own website. They also include a view of the front of the phone for the first time, showing a centered hole-punch notch at the top of the display.

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The rise and fall of Adobe Flash

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Soon, Adobe itself will remove Flash Player from computers, too.

Few technologies have yielded such divisive and widespread passion as Flash. Many gush over its versatility and ease of use as a creative platform or its critical role in the rise of web video. Others abhor Flash-based advertising and Web design, or they despise the resource-intensiveness of the Flash Player plugin in its later years.

Whichever side of the love-hate divide you land on, there’s no denying the fact that Flash changed how we consume, create, and interact with content on the Web. For better and worse, it helped shape

How to round in Python – Three methods

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Want to know how to round in Python? This can be useful for a wide range of applications, particularly when converting a float into an integer, or when presenting data in a readable manner.

Thankfully, this is an easy job: there are actually three separate ways to round in Python.

How to round in Python: know your options

First, you can use the built-in round() function. This will round values either up or down. math.floor(), meanwhile, will round the value down. Finally, math.ceil() will round the value up to the nearest whole.

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