Pokemon GO Halloween event: it’s getting DARK

Our Pokemon RAID Battle schedule is about to get shook up by the best holiday of the whole year – HALLOWEEN! According to our (anonymous) source – not that it wasn’t already expected – like last year, Niantic will place a super-spooky Pokemon GO event on Halloween. Unlike last year, we’ve also got Raid Boss Battles to deal with. How will the two collide, and what’ll it mean for Gengar?

Last year we saw the primary three Ghost Type Pokemon appear more common during Halloween – Ghastly, Haunter, and Gengar. The most obvious Pokemon to add to the list of temporarily common during Halloween this year is Misdreavus. Because Misdreavus isn’t that fantastic a Pokemon to collect for battling, we’ll expect the list to expand to Dark Pokemon, too.

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While Umbreon is one of the most awesome Dark Pokemon in the game at this point, it would not be a surprise to see him appear at more Gyms, placed by trainers of all sorts. To find Umbreon, one needs to have an Eevee – as Umbreon only comes from evolving that tiny puppy Pokemon with 25 Eevee candies and the proper buddy walking business.

Eevee is also a perfect Pokemon to make more common during Halloween because of its propensity to turn into different types of monsters. Eevee currently holds the record for most different types of Pokemon evolutions – Espeon, Umbreon, Flareon, Jolteon, and Vaporeon.

Other Dark Pokemon in Gen 2 include Sneasel, Murkrow, Houndour, and Houndoom. All of these Pokemon stand a good chance of becoming more common during the Halloween season. Houndour will be particularly sought-after because Houndoom is surprisingly helpful in battling many different types of Raid Bosses.

Have a peek at our Pokemon GO Central hub in Facebook to have a chat and learn more about what’s coming next to Pokemon GO! It’s time to get spooky!

How to Install a Dark Theme on Android Oreo without Root

Some of you might remember the days of Android Gingerbread’s green-colored system theme. That was later supplanted by the much beloved Holo UI when Matias Duarte joined Google. The dark, almost futuristic look of Android during the Ice Cream Sandwich, KitKat, and Jellybean was comfortable on the eyes, although the design is dated when paired against the Material Design interface introduced in Android Lollipop. Since then, Google has stuck to the light Material theme to the dismay of many. Getting rid of the blindingly bright light theme on Android Oreo is probably one of the most commonly cited reasons why people are so excited for rootless custom theme support via the Substratum theme engine. Today, we’ll show you exactly how you can install a dark theme on your Android Oreo phone without root!

Top row: Android Oreo’s default theme. Bottom row: Custom dark theme built for Android 8.0


How to Install a Dark Theme on Android Oreo

Prerequisites

Rather than rehashing how to set up Substratum on your shiny Android 8.0 Oreo device, check out this previous tutorial. Follow through that article until you reach the end of “Part 1”, then return to this article to be guided through setting up the dark theme.

Once you’ve set up the Andromeda add-on and have confirmed that Substratum launched without issues, follow the below link to install Sai’s Android Oreo Black Theme. It’s a totally free theme made by a talented themer, but if you enjoy his theme you should consider donating to the user.

[Substratum] Sai's Android Oreo Black Theme
[Substratum] Sai's Android Oreo Black Theme

This particular theme currently only themes the Android System/Framework as well as System UI, but we can combine this theme pack with another one from the same developer to theme a few additional applications. Called Sai’s Fresh Theme, this Substratum theme allows you to apply a dark theme to applications such Android Messages, Google Play Store, and Twitter.

[Substratum] Sai's Fresh Theme
[Substratum] Sai's Fresh Theme

If you’re looking for a theme that applies to more apps, we’ll recommend a few alternative dark themes at the end of this article, but many of the other dark theming apps out there aren’t free, so you’ll have to decide for yourself how many of your apps you want themed. In any case, getting a dark theme in Settings/System UI is more than enough for most people, so that’s why I am recommending Sai’s free themes here.

Tutorial – Installing a Dark Theme

  1. If you haven’t already, start the Andromeda desktop client so that Substratum has the permissions it needs in order to manage themes. The steps to achieve this, again, are outlined in the main tutorial here.
  2. Open the Substratum application and look for “Sai’s Android O Black Theme” in the list.
  3. Tap on it to enter the setup page for the theme pack.
  4. Here, tap on “select to toggle all overlays.”
  5. This will choose the default theme colors and navigation bar icons that come with the theme (Pixel Blue and Pixel respectively). If you want to change the color to “Better Teal”, “Rose”, or “Violet”, expand the dropdown menu under “Android system” and select the color that you want. Similarly, expand the dropdown menu under “System UI Navigation” to reveal alternative navigation bar icon themes such as “AOSP”, “Parapaper”, or “Pixel Neo.”
  6. Once you’re done selecting which overlays and which options you want to enable, tap on the floating button with the paint roller icon. This will bring up a small floating menu.
  7. Select “Build & Enable.” You will see a loading screen as Substratum compiles, installs, then enables each overlay file onto your device. All silently, without you needing to do anything else!
  8. After it’s done, you should see a small snack bar at the bottom telling you the status of the dark theme installation. It doesn’t last very long, but if you expand your notification panel you should see a notification from Substratum telling you that the theme installation was successful. You’ll also immediately be able to see your quick settings/notification panel become much, much darker!Install Dark Theme on Android 8.0 Without Root
  9. Note: any already existing notification in your notification panel before the theme is applied will not be dark themed. This will likely include the “theme compilation has completed” notification as shown above. Any new notifications that show up in your notification panel will, however, be dark themed, as shown in the feature image at the top of this article!
  10. Optional: If you want to install a dark/black theme for Messages, Twitter, and the Play Store then go back to Substratum and open up Sai’s Fresh Theme in the list. Here, select the themes that you want applied to the apps that you want to be themed. Just like above, tap the paint roller icon and select “Build & Enable” in order to apply the theme!

Enjoy the dark theme! Your dark themes will remain on your phone even if you reboot! It won’t survive a factory reset, however. If you decide to change your mind for whatever reason and want to go back to the default light theme, you can easily disable this theme by repeating steps 1-6, but instead of tapping on “Build & Enable” in step 7 you tap on “Disable selected.”

Alternative Dark Themes

As promised, here are a handful of alternative custom dark themes available for Android Oreo users. None of the below themes are free, but they are great examples of the kinds of themes that are available on the Play Store. Credits to XDA Senior Member rest0ck for putting together this list!

Hopefully with the explosion in popularity that rootless Substratum has brought to custom theming, more and more developers will create themes that will be compatible for Android Oreo users. Keep an eye out on our Substratum forum and stay tuned to the XDA Portal via the XDA Labs app for any future news about the Substratum theme engine.

This post is not the only Substratum related tutorial we published today. In fact, it’s part of a series. You can find the rest of the tutorials below:

BlackBerry KEYone Black Edition hands-on: the powerful new dark side of BlackBerry

One particular of this year’s most divisive handsets has been the BlackBerry KEYone. Is its abnormal shape and components QWERTY keyboard attempting also challenging to perform into the nostalgia some (presumably older, stuffy, businessman-type) consumers however harbor for the early times of smartphones? Or is this exciting mix of unique input schemes, insane battery everyday living, and pricing which is on the inexpensive conclude of the flagship scale a welcome adjust of rate in a market that significantly also often can truly feel a little bit uninspired when it arrives to cellular phone decisions?

But even if you’re a dedicated KEYone enthusiast, points can get a tiny stale with only a single solution for the cellular phone: a single shade, a single set of specs – acquire it or depart it. At minimum, that was the circumstance right up until a handful of weeks ago, when we first learned of an upgraded black KEYone hitting the Indian market.

At the time, we ended up hopeful that this new KEYone solution would soon make its existence felt in other places, and which is accurately what we observed these days at IFA 2017, as BlackBerry announced the coming world wide distribute of the new KEYone.

A New Seem

The most clear change with this new KEYone, which is likely by the appropriate label “Black Version,” is the new coloring. The cellular phone is however created with the exact good-feeling aluminum frame as the original, but this time that matte silver finish has been replaced with a new anodized black exterior. The impact is hanging, and almost aggressive hunting.

Almost all the phone’s exposed steel gets this new black therapy: the sides and best, certainly, but also the ring close to the camera, the BlackBerry logo on the handset’s back, and even the horizontal bands amongst just about every row of keys on the phone’s iconic keyboard.

Even with this significant overhaul, a trace or two of silver however manages to peek by way of, in the form of the beveled edge circling just about every of the phone’s 3 facet-mounted buttons. 

Interior Tweaks

That new paint occupation is just the fifty percent of it, and the Black Version KEYone also gets some upgraded silicon. We’re not talking about anything so excessive as a Snapdragon 835 chip or anything, but alternatively a strengthen from 3GB of RAM to a a little more modern day-hunting 4GB, and growing the KEYone’s storage from 32GB to 64GB. You can however acquire that even further more with microSD expansion, but by commencing off with 2 times the interior storage you could possibly be in a position to set that obtain off a tiny longer.

It is simple to acquire the RAM up grade for granted, or just dismiss it outright – who really desires an extra gig of RAM when you’re functioning a mid-array Snapdragon 625 chip? But when we have not been in a position to extensively look into performance gains for ourselves, our discussions with BlackBerry execs suggest that this Black Version really can truly feel a little speedier than the original design, specially for heavier consumers.

We doubt a lot of customers will be choosing up the KEYone Black Version just for the extra RAM, but if you’re now coming for the neat new black search and the extra storage, you’re not likely to convert down a 33% memory strengthen. 

Appearances Can Be Deceiving

The new KEYone Black Version is set to hit marketplaces close to the globe, like Europe, the Center East, Japan, and BlackBerry’s native Canada. You may possibly observe that the United States is conspicuously absent from that record what provides?

BlackBerry tells us that the priority for the Black Version was obtaining it prepared in time for the holiday getaway season, and that the phone’s new components would have required a further lengthy acceptance system with American carriers in advance of they’d give their blessing – delays the company would rather not have to deal with.

That claimed, nevertheless, there is a new black Vital just hitting the US now, following getting announced as an exceptional for AT&T about a week back. This “Space Black” KEYone appears to be like almost equivalent to the Black Version, but with a pair critical variances: it really is however bought the original 3GB of RAM and 32GB storage.

Although it really is nice that US customers can however scratch that itch for a new KEYone shade, we can comprehend how they could possibly truly feel dissatisfied to pass up out on the components upgrades. At minimum the hardware’s however shut by in Canada, ought to you truly feel like tracking it down.

Conclusion

The new KEYone Black Version would not re-invent the wheel, and alternatively feels like the KEYone version 1.1: a minimal up grade that you could possibly prefer to decide up if supplied the choice, but not such a revelation that you are going to truly feel compelled to ditch your current silver design for it.

If you do go about tracking a single down, assume to spend a small high quality for it, with the Black Version set to fetch about 650 EUR, alternatively of the almost 600 EUR the original design goes for.

What do you believe? Is this the KEYone you ended up waiting for all together? Or are you however not sold on this unique keyboard-geared up Android cellular phone?

It’s Going To Get Dark Out · The Bowman Extra

Southwest ND to provide some of the best views of the solar eclipse in the state

By COLE BENZ
Pioneer Editor

The nation, and the world, will soon experience the celestial phenomena of a total solar eclipse. Barring weather, on Monday, Aug. 21, all of North America will be able to witness at least a partial eclipse, with multiple cities along the pathway going completely dark as the shadow makes its way from the Pacific Northwest, to the southeast Atlantic region of the country.

A solar eclipse is when the moon passes between the Earth and the sun. A total solar eclipse is when the moon completely covers the sun’s light, leaving only the emitting outer light visible.

According to the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, the last total eclipse occurred in the United States on Feb. 26, 1979. And the last one to cross the entire continent was almost a century ago, on June 8, 1918.

The lunar shadow will first touch the U.S. on the west coast at 9:05 a.m. and the first city to experience the darkness will be Lincoln City, Ore., at 10:15 a.m. PST With Charleston, S.C. being the last city to be cast in the dark shadow of the eclipse at 2:48 a.m. EST

Eleven spacecraft and over 50 NASA-funded high-altitude balloons—along with numerous ground-based observations and citizen scientists will be monitoring the scientific impact of the eclipse.

“The hair on the back of your neck is going to stand up and you are going to feel different things as the eclipse reaches totality,” said Brian Carlstrom, Deputy Associate Director of the National Park Service Natural Resource Stewardship and Science Directorate. “It’s been described as peaceful, spiritual,exhilarating, shocking. If you’re feeling these things, don’t worry, you’re experiencing the total eclipse of the sun.”

The total eclipse will be viewable on a pathway 70 miles wide that crosses 14 of the 48 contiguous states of the U.S.

Unfortunately the region of southwest North Dakota will not be in that 70-mile wide pathway. But, residents of this region will have some of the best views in the state.

According to an interactive map, offered by NASA, viewers in this region can can witness the beginning of the eclipse at about 10:28 a.m. MST, and experience an 88 percent obstruction of the sun’s light. Peak of the eclipse should hit the region at about 11:49 a.m. MST and be finished by about 1:15 p.m. MST.

Viewers should be wary about the eye safety when viewing. Area optometrists were contacted for safety information and West River Health Services’ John Kludt, said that you will need special glasses to look at the phenomena without damage to your eyesight.

“The proper way [to view the eclipse] is with the specially designed filtered lenses,” Kludt said. “[The lenses] would be a special combination of coatings or tint that will eliminate or dramatically reduce to a less harmful level, the potentially damaging rays emitted.”

According to Kludt, the damaging rays have a tendency to burn the macular area of the eye—which is the inside of the eye—if left unprotected. This can cause irreversible scarring.

“The solar eclipse is one of natures grandest events, and to be viewed and enjoyed safely,” Kludt said.

Multiple resources regarding eye safety can be found on www.Eclipse2017.NASA.gov. The American Optometric Association also have some resources available about safety and what to know when purchasing protective eyewear.

Glasses must meet international standard ISO 12312-2 for safe viewing. Sunglasses, smoked glass, unfiltered telescopes or magnifiers, and polarizing filters are unsafe. If you can’t find eclipse viewers, build a pinhole projector to watch the eclipse. Instructions can be found online at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory website. From the main site— www.JPL.NASA.gov—click on ‘Learn’ on the right menu tab and then navigate through the ‘Education’  section to find the instructions.

 

 

NASA says Dark Energy Survey helps us understand structure of the Universe

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Written by Elizabeth Landau
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Three scientists from NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, are part of this group that is helping to further our understanding of the structure of the universe.

The advances in astrophysics from DES are crucial to preparations for two upcoming space missions that will probe similar questions about the nature of the universe: ESA’s Euclid mission (which has significant NASA participation) and NASA’s Wide-Field Infrared Survey Telescope mission, both expected to launch in the 2020s.

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“With this study, we are showcasing what’s going to be possible with these much more complex observatories,” said Andres Plazas Malagon, a postdoctoral researcher at JPL, who helped characterize DES’s Dark Energy Camera detectors and who is also involved in detector studies for WFIRST.

Leading models of the universe suggest it is mostly composed of entities we cannot see: dark matter and dark energy. Dark matter acts like invisible glue, holding galaxies and galaxy clusters together gravitationally, while dark energy is thought to be responsible for the accelerated expansion of the universe. Some of our best predictions for how much dark matter and dark energy are in the universe come from the European Space Agency’s Planck satellite, which looks at the light from about 400,000 years after the Big Bang.

Now, the Dark Energy Survey has examined the composition of the recent universe. Remarkably, the new results are close to forecasts made from Planck measurements of the distant past, allowing scientists to understand more about how the universe has evolved over approximately 14 billion years. The findings were revealed in a presentation at the American Physical Society Division of Particles and Fields meeting at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory in Batavia, Illinois.

“The Planck results have been the landmark constraints in cosmology. It is truly amazing that you have a model that describes the universe at 400,000 years old, and now we have a similarly precise measurement of the universe at 13 billion years [old] that agrees with the model,” said JPL’s Tim Eifler, who led the Dark Energy Survey analysis team to develop the science software for the interpretation of the results.

Scientists find that about 70 percent of the energy in the universe is contained in dark energy. About 25 percent is composed of the mysterious dark matter, with normal matter making up the remainder. All of this agrees with precise measurements made to date. So far, DES has found no evidence that the amount of dark energy has changed over time — a finding that is consistent with Albert Einstein’s idea of a “cosmological constant.”

The results are especially important to the scientific community because they mark the first time that observations from the more recent universe — the “adult” universe — by a technique called gravitational lensing and galaxy clustering, have yielded results as precise as those from the cosmic microwave background radiation — light from the “infant” universe.

“This is the crossover point where gravitational lensing and galaxy clustering measurements and surveys will be the primary driver of what we know about dark energy in the universe,” said Eric Huff, a JPL researcher who invented a new method of extracting the weak lensing signal, enhancing the precision of the DES galaxy shape catalogs.

The results come from the first-year data set of the Dark Energy Survey, which uses a 570-megapixel camera mounted on the 4-meter Blanco telescope at the National Optical Astronomy Observatory’s Cerro Tololo Inter-American Observatory in Chile. Its data are processed at the National Center for Supercomputing Applications at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

To measure dark matter, scientists first created maps of galaxy positions. Then, they precisely measured the shapes of 26 million galaxies to directly map patterns of dark matter over billions of light years, using gravitational lensing and galaxy clustering.

The DES team developed new ways to detect the tiny lensing distortions of galaxy images. In the process, they created the largest guide to spotting dark matter in the cosmos ever drawn. The new dark matter map is 10 times the size of the one DES released in 2015 and continues to grow.

The DES collaboration will publish on a data set five times larger over the next two years.

“There is a feeling of true discovery in the collaboration. For the first time, we have the data and tools in hand to see whether Einstein’s cosmological constant prevails. We are all excited to explore the physical nature of dark energy,” Eifler said. “In particular we want to see if there are hints in the data that suggest modifying the laws of gravity on the largest scales in the universe.”

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