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We broke down what you can do to take the perfect poop into three categories: how you sit, diet, and exercise.
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The multimillionaire former boss of UKFast, Britain's largest homegrown web hosting business, has denied allegations of rape and sexual assault.…

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Review  Last month, Lenovo sent El Reg a loaner of its latest ThinkPad Carbon X1 ultrabook. This series is now in its eighth generation, showing that "innovation" doesn't always mean better. There's value in tried-and-tested designs, and this machine faithfully treads the steps of its forebears.…

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Valve has always been accused of trying to monopolize the PC games distribution market, especially after Epic Games’ colorful statements last year. Warranted or not, it may have helped push the company to change a few things and open its doors to more of its competitors. Considering it was a long time coming, it may have been presumed that EA … Continue reading
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(University of Leeds) Scientists have made a breakthrough in their work to develop semi-autonomous colonoscopy, using a robot to guide a medical device into the body. The milestone brings closer the prospect of an intelligent robotic system being able to guide instruments to precise locations in the body to take biopsies or allow internal tissues to be examined.
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Tidal music app with headphones

  • You can download music from Tidal to your phone and listen to it later when you have no internet access or don't want to use your cellular data to stream audio.  
  • To download an album or playlist, toggle the Download button at the top of the page for those tracks.
  • To play downloaded tracks, put Tidal in Offline mode using the Settings page.
  • Visit Business Insider's Tech Reference library for more stories.

As a Tidal subscriber, you have access to roughly 60 million tracks – but that doesn't do you any good if you're in a location without internet access. Tidal allows you to download songs to your phone and play them back anytime, even if you are in Airplane Mode or if you don't have Wi-Fi and would prefer not to use your cellular data plan to stream audio.  

There are a few limitations to downloading in Tidal, though. First, you can only do this using a mobile app on your phone – you can't download tracks to your computer. Second, you can only download entire albums or playlists, not individual tracks. 

If you want to download from Tidal and listen to music offline, here's how to do it. 

Check out the products mentioned in this article:

iPhone 11 (From $699.99 at Apple)

Samsung Galaxy S10 (From $699.99 at Walmart)

Apple Macbook Pro (From $1,299.00 at Apple)

Acer Chromebook 15 (From $179.99 at Walmart)

How to download an album from Tidal 

1. Start the Tidal app on your phone.

2. Find an album you want to download. Browse or search for an album you want to download. 

3. Open the album and confirm you see the tracklisting.

4. Swipe the Download button to the right to turn it on. The songs on the album will be added to the download queue and stored on your phone.  

How can I download from Tidal 1

How to download a playlist from Tidal 

1. Launch the Tidal app on your phone. 2

2. Tap "My Collection" at the bottom of the screen.

3. Select "Playlists."

4. Choose the playlist you want to download. 

5. Swipe the Download button to the right to enable downloading. The songs in the playlist will be added to the download queue.

How can I download from Tidal 2

How to play the music you've downloaded from Tidal without Wi-Fi or data service

1. With your data and Wi-Fi off or unavailable, launch the Tidal app. 

2. After it opens on the "My Collection" page, locate the "Downloaded" link and tap it. 

3. Choose the tracks you want to listen to and wait for it to begin playing automatically. 

How can I download from Tidal 3

How to play the music you've downloaded from Tidal without turning your data off 

1. To force your phone to play downloaded tracks, and avoid using cellular data, open the app. 

2. Tap "My Collection" at the bottom right of the screen.

How can I download from Tidal 4

3. Choose the Settings icon in the top right. 

4. Turn on Offline mode by swiping the button to the right. 

How can I download from Tidal 5

5. When you want to use data to listen to Tidal again, select the Home button at the bottom of the screen.

6. Tap "Go online" to take Tidal out of offline mode. 

Related coverage from Tech Reference:

SEE ALSO: The best music streaming services you can subscribe to

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Daniel Kaluuya accepting his Oscar during this year's ceremony

After years of growing his profile in huge films like Get Out, Black Panther and Widows, Daniel Kaluuya has just achieved the ultimate acting accolade, when he won his first Oscar.

Pretty much cementing his national treasure status, Daniel was awarded Best Supporting Actor during this year’s ceremony for his performance in Judas And The Black Messiah.

As the London-born actor’s star continues to rise to even greater heights, we decided to take a look back at the roles he appeared in long before he became a worldwide star.

Along the way we unearthed long forgotten comedy characters, big-screen outings and, of course, a certain “Posh Kenneth”...

Skins (2007)

 

If you sat down to watch Get Out in 2017, only to get the distinct feeling you’d seen Daniel Kaluuya before, that could well be because you watched him in Skins back in the day.

Although not one of the main cast, Daniel played “Posh Kenneth” throughout the show’s first two series. And while Daniel’s Skins past has been raised several times since his rise to global fame, what you might not realise is that he also penned two episodes of the British teen drama, series two’s Jal and series three’s Thomas, which he co-wrote with Skins creator Bryan Elsley.

Doctor Who (2009)

 

Like many burgeoning British stars, one of Daniel’s earliest TV appearances was in the BBC’s long-running sci-fi show Doctor Who.

Daniel played Barclay in the 2009 special Planet Of The Dead, sharing the screen with David Tennant and – perhaps more excitingly – Victoria Alcock, otherwise known as Julie S from Bad Girls.

Psychoville (2009)

 

Daniel was one of several British actors to land a role in the black comedy mystery Psychoville, with Steve Pemberton (the show’s co-creator), Dawn French, Adrian Scarborough and Imelda Staunton also among the cast.

While much of the show’s humour derived from League Of Gentleman-esque surrealism and unpredictability, Daniel’s character, Tealeaf, was decidedly more rooted in reality than those surrounding him.

Ruddy Hell! It’s Harry And Paul (2010)

 

In 2010, Daniel appeared in a recurring sketch in the Harry Enfield and Paul Whitehouse comedy series Ruddy Hell! It’s Harry And Paul.

He played the overzealous traffic warden Parking Pataweyo in a somewhat questionable sketch intended to be a parody of Postman Pat.

Prior to this, he featured in David Mitchell and Robert Webb’s sketch comedy show, which also boasted future Oscar winner Olivia Colman among its cast. 

Johnny English Reborn (2011)

 

When Rowan Atkinson’s Johnny English character was resurrected in 2011 for a sequel almost a decade after the original film, the film brought in an all-star cast which included Gillian Anderson, Rosamund Pike and Dominic West.

Daniel was also among the new additions to the film, playing Colin Tucker, a young MI7 agent assigned to the same missions as the hero, who he assists along the way.

Black Mirror (2011)

 

A breakthrough moment in terms of Daniel’s profile was his leading role in the Black Mirror episode Fifteen Million Merits, a send-up of reality TV and instant fame, particularly off the back of Simon Cowell talent shows like The X Factor and Britain’s Got Talent.

Fifteen Million Merits was only the second episode of Black Mirror ever made, when the anthology series was still being shown on Channel 4, and saw Daniel playing Bing, who spends his inheritance on helping a friend realise her dreams of becoming a star. Black Mirror being Black Mirror, though, things don’t quite work out the way they hoped.

While still early in his career, Fifteen Million Merits allowed Daniel to show off his huge range as an actor, particularly in his character’s dramatic speech near the end of the episode.

Kick-Ass 2 (2013)

Daniel Kaluuya in Kick-Ass 2

Two years after winning critical acclaim for his performance in Black Mirror, Daniel appeared in the sequel to the superhero comedy Kick-Ass.

He plays a member of the villainous troupe The Toxic Mega C**ts, playing a UFC fighter known as Black Death. 

Babylon (2014)

Daniel in Babylon

In the police drama Babylon, Daniel played Matt Coward, a documentary filmmaker who aims to use his craft to highlight corruption in his local police force and bring them down.

Created by Danny Boyle, the show featured James Nesbitt, Bertie Carvel and Jill Halfpenny among its expansive cast.

Sicario (2015)

Daniel as seen in Sicario

Sicario marked Daniel’s final on-screen role before Get Out and Black Panther launched him to global fame, earning him an Oscar nomination and Bafta Rising Star win.

In the action thriller, he plays an FBI agent who is the on-duty partner of Emily Blunt’s character. A sequel was later released in 2018, though Emily and Daniel did not return for it.

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We spoke to experts to pick the best toys for keeping boredom at bay in pet rabbits. Here are the best rabbit toys for chewing, digging, and more.
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Coronavirus in Context is a weekly newsletter where we bring you facts that matter about the COVID-19 pandemic and the technology trying to stop its spread. You can subscribe here. Hi-diddly-ho corona-rinos, Nobody talks about the 8 billion people who haven’t died from COVID-19 amirite?  This week’s newsletter is dedicated to everyone who hates how biased the mainstream media is against lies and misinformation. So, to appease the “alternative facts” crowd, I present: Coronavirus in the Context of Talking to People Who Think COVID-19 Isn’t Real: A Happy-Go-Lucky Newsletter Full of Spin: Part 2: COVID Boogaloo.  It’s a working title. So, what’s happening out there?…

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" the Issue has definitely moved from the floor up to the boardroom.

the Global forces and trends are altering the world around us, near and within Europe, the Nordic countries, and Sweden, and is an integral part of these changes, new demands are put in all of the dimensions of logistics and transport.

this is One of the toughest challenges facing the industry, the companies and the employees, that is, at the same time both of the present as the future, both with the same great reliability, and at the same time, able to create a transition between them.

the Sustainability, ethics, and skills to be viewed from a new perspective, as well as the changes in the global economy, free trade, digitalization, and the development of technology makes a difference."

the focus Of attention is also the infrastructure and the competitiveness of the future transport, the role of the conversion, and, not least, the aspect of security in this ever-changing world.

in the context, spanning virtually every industry is in the seminary, a Constant state of Change, which in addition to the minister for infrastructure, Tomas Eneroth brings together the following heavy-duty branch representations all to the question: Mattias Axelsson, Area Manager, EMEA & Manager in the Transportation GROUP the Logistics & Demand Chain management, Klas Friberg, Säkerhetspolischef, the FBI, and Anna-Karin Larsdotter, Strategic Transport & Logistics Manager, ABB Power Transformers, Sven-Olof Johansson, CEO, FastPartner, Anna, a Character in the Sersé, president and CEO of Nelly, Ted Söderholm, CEO of Green Cargo ab, and mr Erik Selin, CEO of Balder.

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We broke down what you can do to take the perfect poop into three categories: how you sit, diet, and exercise.
William Cutright 2021-04-27
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Daniel Kaluuya accepting his Oscar during this year's ceremony

After years of growing his profile in huge films like Get Out, Black Panther and Widows, Daniel Kaluuya has just achieved the ultimate acting accolade, when he won his first Oscar.

Pretty much cementing his national treasure status, Daniel was awarded Best Supporting Actor during this year’s ceremony for his performance in Judas And The Black Messiah.

As the London-born actor’s star continues to rise to even greater heights, we decided to take a look back at the roles he appeared in long before he became a worldwide star.

Along the way we unearthed long forgotten comedy characters, big-screen outings and, of course, a certain “Posh Kenneth”...

Skins (2007)

 

If you sat down to watch Get Out in 2017, only to get the distinct feeling you’d seen Daniel Kaluuya before, that could well be because you watched him in Skins back in the day.

Although not one of the main cast, Daniel played “Posh Kenneth” throughout the show’s first two series. And while Daniel’s Skins past has been raised several times since his rise to global fame, what you might not realise is that he also penned two episodes of the British teen drama, series two’s Jal and series three’s Thomas, which he co-wrote with Skins creator Bryan Elsley.

Doctor Who (2009)

 

Like many burgeoning British stars, one of Daniel’s earliest TV appearances was in the BBC’s long-running sci-fi show Doctor Who.

Daniel played Barclay in the 2009 special Planet Of The Dead, sharing the screen with David Tennant and – perhaps more excitingly – Victoria Alcock, otherwise known as Julie S from Bad Girls.

Psychoville (2009)

 

Daniel was one of several British actors to land a role in the black comedy mystery Psychoville, with Steve Pemberton (the show’s co-creator), Dawn French, Adrian Scarborough and Imelda Staunton also among the cast.

While much of the show’s humour derived from League Of Gentleman-esque surrealism and unpredictability, Daniel’s character, Tealeaf, was decidedly more rooted in reality than those surrounding him.

Ruddy Hell! It’s Harry And Paul (2010)

 

In 2010, Daniel appeared in a recurring sketch in the Harry Enfield and Paul Whitehouse comedy series Ruddy Hell! It’s Harry And Paul.

He played the overzealous traffic warden Parking Pataweyo in a somewhat questionable sketch intended to be a parody of Postman Pat.

Prior to this, he featured in David Mitchell and Robert Webb’s sketch comedy show, which also boasted future Oscar winner Olivia Colman among its cast. 

Johnny English Reborn (2011)

 

When Rowan Atkinson’s Johnny English character was resurrected in 2011 for a sequel almost a decade after the original film, the film brought in an all-star cast which included Gillian Anderson, Rosamund Pike and Dominic West.

Daniel was also among the new additions to the film, playing Colin Tucker, a young MI7 agent assigned to the same missions as the hero, who he assists along the way.

Black Mirror (2011)

 

A breakthrough moment in terms of Daniel’s profile was his leading role in the Black Mirror episode Fifteen Million Merits, a send-up of reality TV and instant fame, particularly off the back of Simon Cowell talent shows like The X Factor and Britain’s Got Talent.

Fifteen Million Merits was only the second episode of Black Mirror ever made, when the anthology series was still being shown on Channel 4, and saw Daniel playing Bing, who spends his inheritance on helping a friend realise her dreams of becoming a star. Black Mirror being Black Mirror, though, things don’t quite work out the way they hoped.

While still early in his career, Fifteen Million Merits allowed Daniel to show off his huge range as an actor, particularly in his character’s dramatic speech near the end of the episode.

Kick-Ass 2 (2013)

Daniel Kaluuya in Kick-Ass 2

Two years after winning critical acclaim for his performance in Black Mirror, Daniel appeared in the sequel to the superhero comedy Kick-Ass.

He plays a member of the villainous troupe The Toxic Mega C**ts, playing a UFC fighter known as Black Death. 

Babylon (2014)

Daniel in Babylon

In the police drama Babylon, Daniel played Matt Coward, a documentary filmmaker who aims to use his craft to highlight corruption in his local police force and bring them down.

Created by Danny Boyle, the show featured James Nesbitt, Bertie Carvel and Jill Halfpenny among its expansive cast.

Sicario (2015)

Daniel as seen in Sicario

Sicario marked Daniel’s final on-screen role before Get Out and Black Panther launched him to global fame, earning him an Oscar nomination and Bafta Rising Star win.

In the action thriller, he plays an FBI agent who is the on-duty partner of Emily Blunt’s character. A sequel was later released in 2018, though Emily and Daniel did not return for it.

William Cutright 2021-02-24
img

Trial date set for February 2022

The multimillionaire former boss of UKFast, Britain's largest homegrown web hosting business, has denied allegations of rape and sexual assault.…

William Cutright 2021-02-04
img
We spoke to experts to pick the best toys for keeping boredom at bay in pet rabbits. Here are the best rabbit toys for chewing, digging, and more.
William Cutright 2020-12-31
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If it ain't broke, don't fix it

Review  Last month, Lenovo sent El Reg a loaner of its latest ThinkPad Carbon X1 ultrabook. This series is now in its eighth generation, showing that "innovation" doesn't always mean better. There's value in tried-and-tested designs, and this machine faithfully treads the steps of its forebears.…

William Cutright 2020-09-08

Coronavirus in Context is a weekly newsletter where we bring you facts that matter about the COVID-19 pandemic and the technology trying to stop its spread. You can subscribe here. Hi-diddly-ho corona-rinos, Nobody talks about the 8 billion people who haven’t died from COVID-19 amirite?  This week’s newsletter is dedicated to everyone who hates how biased the mainstream media is against lies and misinformation. So, to appease the “alternative facts” crowd, I present: Coronavirus in the Context of Talking to People Who Think COVID-19 Isn’t Real: A Happy-Go-Lucky Newsletter Full of Spin: Part 2: COVID Boogaloo.  It’s a working title. So, what’s happening out there?…

This story continues at The Next Web
William Cutright 2020-08-19
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Valve has always been accused of trying to monopolize the PC games distribution market, especially after Epic Games’ colorful statements last year. Warranted or not, it may have helped push the company to change a few things and open its doors to more of its competitors. Considering it was a long time coming, it may have been presumed that EA … Continue reading
William Cutright 2020-08-09
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A government-funded system known as Most Serious Violence was built to predict first offenses but turned out to be wildly inaccurate.
William Cutright 2021-06-06
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"If they let me in the door, I will open it so wide that they will see the world."
William Cutright 2021-03-04
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Turns out size does matter. But so does intelligence.
William Cutright 2021-02-10
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From a bouquet of flowers to sex tech, you can save on gifts for your special someone.
William Cutright 2021-01-01
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From the archives: Many comics make the claim, but most of those headlines are lying.
William Cutright 2020-10-12
(University of Leeds) Scientists have made a breakthrough in their work to develop semi-autonomous colonoscopy, using a robot to guide a medical device into the body. The milestone brings closer the prospect of an intelligent robotic system being able to guide instruments to precise locations in the body to take biopsies or allow internal tissues to be examined.
William Cutright 2020-09-08
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Welcome to the embodiment of Bovine intervention.
William Cutright 2020-08-14
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Tidal music app with headphones

  • You can download music from Tidal to your phone and listen to it later when you have no internet access or don't want to use your cellular data to stream audio.  
  • To download an album or playlist, toggle the Download button at the top of the page for those tracks.
  • To play downloaded tracks, put Tidal in Offline mode using the Settings page.
  • Visit Business Insider's Tech Reference library for more stories.

As a Tidal subscriber, you have access to roughly 60 million tracks – but that doesn't do you any good if you're in a location without internet access. Tidal allows you to download songs to your phone and play them back anytime, even if you are in Airplane Mode or if you don't have Wi-Fi and would prefer not to use your cellular data plan to stream audio.  

There are a few limitations to downloading in Tidal, though. First, you can only do this using a mobile app on your phone – you can't download tracks to your computer. Second, you can only download entire albums or playlists, not individual tracks. 

If you want to download from Tidal and listen to music offline, here's how to do it. 

Check out the products mentioned in this article:

iPhone 11 (From $699.99 at Apple)

Samsung Galaxy S10 (From $699.99 at Walmart)

Apple Macbook Pro (From $1,299.00 at Apple)

Acer Chromebook 15 (From $179.99 at Walmart)

How to download an album from Tidal 

1. Start the Tidal app on your phone.

2. Find an album you want to download. Browse or search for an album you want to download. 

3. Open the album and confirm you see the tracklisting.

4. Swipe the Download button to the right to turn it on. The songs on the album will be added to the download queue and stored on your phone.  

How can I download from Tidal 1

How to download a playlist from Tidal 

1. Launch the Tidal app on your phone. 2

2. Tap "My Collection" at the bottom of the screen.

3. Select "Playlists."

4. Choose the playlist you want to download. 

5. Swipe the Download button to the right to enable downloading. The songs in the playlist will be added to the download queue.

How can I download from Tidal 2

How to play the music you've downloaded from Tidal without Wi-Fi or data service

1. With your data and Wi-Fi off or unavailable, launch the Tidal app. 

2. After it opens on the "My Collection" page, locate the "Downloaded" link and tap it. 

3. Choose the tracks you want to listen to and wait for it to begin playing automatically. 

How can I download from Tidal 3

How to play the music you've downloaded from Tidal without turning your data off 

1. To force your phone to play downloaded tracks, and avoid using cellular data, open the app. 

2. Tap "My Collection" at the bottom right of the screen.

How can I download from Tidal 4

3. Choose the Settings icon in the top right. 

4. Turn on Offline mode by swiping the button to the right. 

How can I download from Tidal 5

5. When you want to use data to listen to Tidal again, select the Home button at the bottom of the screen.

6. Tap "Go online" to take Tidal out of offline mode. 

Related coverage from Tech Reference:

SEE ALSO: The best music streaming services you can subscribe to

Join the conversation about this story »

NOW WATCH: Why thoroughbred horse semen is the world's most expensive liquid

William Cutright 2019-11-01

" the Issue has definitely moved from the floor up to the boardroom.

the Global forces and trends are altering the world around us, near and within Europe, the Nordic countries, and Sweden, and is an integral part of these changes, new demands are put in all of the dimensions of logistics and transport.

this is One of the toughest challenges facing the industry, the companies and the employees, that is, at the same time both of the present as the future, both with the same great reliability, and at the same time, able to create a transition between them.

the Sustainability, ethics, and skills to be viewed from a new perspective, as well as the changes in the global economy, free trade, digitalization, and the development of technology makes a difference."

the focus Of attention is also the infrastructure and the competitiveness of the future transport, the role of the conversion, and, not least, the aspect of security in this ever-changing world.

in the context, spanning virtually every industry is in the seminary, a Constant state of Change, which in addition to the minister for infrastructure, Tomas Eneroth brings together the following heavy-duty branch representations all to the question: Mattias Axelsson, Area Manager, EMEA & Manager in the Transportation GROUP the Logistics & Demand Chain management, Klas Friberg, Säkerhetspolischef, the FBI, and Anna-Karin Larsdotter, Strategic Transport & Logistics Manager, ABB Power Transformers, Sven-Olof Johansson, CEO, FastPartner, Anna, a Character in the Sersé, president and CEO of Nelly, Ted Söderholm, CEO of Green Cargo ab, and mr Erik Selin, CEO of Balder.

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