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September 12, 2019 | | Post a Comment

first_imgNews Facebook Aguilera won Best New Artist at the 42nd GRAMMY Awards and has picked up four additional GRAMMY wins since, most recently for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance for “Say Something” With A Great Big World at the 57th GRAMMY Awards. A new LP from Aguilera would be the sixth of her career.Catching Up On Music News Powered By The Recording Academy Just Got Easier. Have A Google Home Device? “Talk To GRAMMYs” The video opens with a silhouette in water before showing Aguilera lying in bed and eventually speaking, as she declares, “You feel in life when you get to a place where you feel so comfortable and so routine, then you know you have to stop and start from scratch.”The video ends with her lighting a match in front of her face as a mere half-bar of a beat plays softly behind the image. All together, the video runs just 14 seconds.This latest tease of new music comes two days after Aguilera shared a more cryptic Twitter post and a subsequent fan post that has caused fans to suspect the project might be called “Liberation.” Email What Is Christina Aguilera Planning? christina-aguilera-hints-new-album-talks-starting-scratch https://twitter.com/xtina/status/991336432890396672 Twitter NETWORK ERRORCannot Contact ServerRELOAD YOUR SCREEN OR TRY SELECTING A DIFFERENT VIDEO Nov 20, 2017 – 9:00 am Christina Aguilera On “GRAMMYs Greatest Stories” Christina Aguilera Hints At New Album, Talks Starting “From Scratch” Xtina takes to Twitter to tease what would be her first new album in six yearsNate HertweckGRAMMYs May 2, 2018 – 8:37 am It’s been six years since Christina Aguilera’s most recent album, 2012’s Lotus. Now, a new video posted by the GRAMMY-winning singer on Twitter seems to reveal that new music is on the horizon.last_img read more

August 31, 2019 | | Post a Comment

first_imgCelebrating 25 years of success, Gallery Escape has organised a show titled Drawing 2014: Seven Decades of Indian Drawing, featuring drawings by over hundred Indian contemporary artists spanning over seven decades. The show is co-curated by Prayag Shukla along with Annapurna Garimella and Sindhura Jois DM from Jackfruit Research and Design, Bangalore. The exhibition  will display works dating from 1947 to the present in which drawing is presented as a broad and inclusive practice. Along with works on single sheets of paper, there will be artists’ books, studies for other projects, multiples, laser drawings, animation and more. This breadth allows curators and viewers to understand how an academic practice moves between the pedagogic and the conceptual realms and between established and experimental ways of working. The exhibition spans a broad expanse of time and seeks to evaluate modern and contemporary art through the medium of drawing. It is to perceive how Indian artists have adopted and experimented with ideas and materials which are brought from elsewhere. It also questions about art practices. What is Indian art today? What are the possibilities that drawing offers? How does an artist perceive drawing as a work of art and how does he or she distinguish drawing from any other work of art? By asking such questions, the exhibition seeks to document, analyze and celebrate several art historically distinct Indian approaches to drawing.Gallery Espace was started in 1989 by Renu Modi at the suggestion of the Husain himself and was one of the first art galleries in India to introduce variable lighting and sound systems, in recognition of the crucial factor that is the environment within which a work of art is displayed. Apart from this expansive show, there will be several collateral/outreach events that will reflect on the significance of drawings in art and other disciplines.When: 10 – 28 NovemberWhere: IGNCA, JanpathTiming: 11 am – 7 pmlast_img read more

August 28, 2019 | | Post a Comment

first_imgTwo people were arrested following a high speed pursuit on the M6 motorway through Staffordshire and Cheshire. At least six police cars and the police helicopter were involved in the chase, which is understood to have involved a stolen Audi. Police pursued the vehicle up the northbound carriageway from at least junction 14, near Stafford, before the pursuit came to an end between Junction 16 and junction 17 in Cheshire shortly after 5.30pm tonight (Sunday November 25). One man fled from the vehicle but was quickly traced by the helicopter – with traffic on the motorway held in both directions while police brought the chase to an end. During a pursuit there was a collision involving a member of the public, but no one was injured. A North West Motorway Police spokesman said: “Excellent work with Central Motorway Police Group. “Two detained from a stolen vehicle following pursuit on M6NB, one male decamped but detained with use of police helicopter. “Excellent work all round, small collision involving member of public but thankfully no injuries.” Highways England have now reopened the motorway in both direction, but some delays continue. A spokesman said: “M6 J16 – J17 northbound traffic have now been released following the Central and Staffordshire Police led incident. “Thank you for your patience. Delays of 30 minutes above usual journey times are being measured on the approach but expected to ease. Safe travels this evening.” Read MoreArrests made as police carry out day of action for Road Safety Week A number of eyewitnesses reported seeing the pursuit as it made its way up the motorway. One motorist said: “Just witnessed a massive police chase on the M6 and now there’s 7 police cars and helicopters.” Another said she had seen the ‘high speed’ chase on the M6 Northbound near junction 14 (Stafford). She added a red Audi was being chased by around six cars. Want to keep up to date with the latest traffic and travel news?Each day Stoke-on-Trent Live journalists bring you the latest news on the roads and railways across Stoke-on-Trent, North Staffordshire, South Cheshire and further afield to help keep you on the move. For the very latest updates on roads including the M6, A500, A50 and more, visit our dedicated traffic and travel news channel here. We also run a live news feed each weekday, which you can access on our website’s homepage from 7am to 9pm from Monday to Friday. And for more as-we-get-it updates on the roads across the region and beyond, join The Sentinel’s traffic and travel Facebook group here.18:26Delays of 30 minutesA Highways England spokesman said: M6 J16 – J17 northbound traffic have now been released following the Central and @StaffsPolice led incident. Thank you for your patience. Delays of 30 minutes above usual journey times are being measured on the approach but expected to ease. Safe travels this evening. “18:09Statement from policeA North West Motorway Police spokesman said:Excellent work with Central Motorway Police Group. Two detained from a stolen vehicle following pursuit on M6NB, one male decamped but detained with use of police helicopter. Excellent work all round, small collision involving member of public but thankfully no injuries .”18:07Collision involving member of public – but no injuriesNorth West Motorway Police say there was a collision involving a member of the public – but no one was injured 18:05Two arrestedNorth West Motorway Police are now reporting two people have been arrested.18:03Reports carriageway has reopenedEyewitnesses, and traffic data company Inrix, are reporting traffic has been released on the M6 Northbound.17:55The affected stretch of motorwayThe affected stretch of motorway (Image: Inrix)17:51Contacting police for commentWe are contacting Staffordshire Police for comment17:50Northbound remains blockedStationary traffic due to all traffic being temporarily held and police incident on M6 Northbound from J16 A500 (Stoke-On-Trent / Crewe) to J17 A534 Old Mill Road (Sandbach / Crewe).17:48Traffic released following police pursuitHighways England said: “J16 – J17 southbound traffic has been released. Northbound remains held following the police pursuit. Please remain patient we will have you moving as soon as possible and will keep you updated.”17:47What we know so farA number of eye witnesses reported a high speed chase on the northbound M6 in StaffordshireThe chase apparently involved a red Audi and six or seven police vehiclesOne eyewitness also reported the police helicopter at the sceneHighways England have got all traffic held in both directions between junctions 16 and 17 as a result of the pursuit17:45’High speed’ chaseA witness said she had seen the ‘high speed’ chase on the M6 Northbound near junction 14 (Stafford).She added a red Audi was being chased by around six cars.17:43One eye witness saidOne eyewitness said: “Just witnessed a massive police chase on the M6 and now there’s 7 police cars and helicopters.”17:42Police helicopter reportedOne eyewitness said they had seen the police helicopter17:41Witnesses reported car chaseA number of witnesses reported seeing a car being chased by police on the northbound carriageway through Staffordshire and Cheshire.last_img read more

August 28, 2019 | | Post a Comment

first_imgA lung-bone marrow tissue chip in space will help researchers explore how the body fights infection.BIOLines Laboratory/University of PennsylvaniaIn 2016, the National Institutes for Health partnered with the ISS National Lab to launch the Tissue Chips in Space program. The following year, the NIH granted a total of $6 million to five research projects that would study how microgravity affects the human body by sending organ and tissue chips to the ISS. The program’s first payload arrived at the ISS last December, containing a few dozen tissue chips designed to model the human immune system. The next sets of tissue chips modeling the kidneys, bone and cartilage, the blood-brain barrier, and the lungs are scheduled to arrive at the space station in the next few days.Dan Huh is a bioengineer at the University of Pennsylvania and the lead researcher on the lung tissue chip headed to the ISS. This lung chip models a human airway and will be infected with Pseudomonas aeruginosa, a species of bacteria that had previously been found on the ISS. On Earth this bacteria is usually associated with respiratory infections, which are one of the leading types of illness on long-duration missions to the ISS.Huh says scientists still know very little about why astronauts’ immune response seems to become suppressed in orbit, and the tissue chips are aimed at building a better understanding of the phenomenon. Recent research found a number of bacteria on the ISS that had developed antimicrobial resistance, so learning how to fortify astronauts’ immune systems is only becoming more urgent. “At this point our hypothesis is that bacterial cells somehow become more virulent in the microgravity environment,” Huh says. “It’s an interesting question for the field, but there’s not much [data] out there, to be honest.” Understanding the health effects of microgravity will be critical to keeping humans healthy on long duration missions to orbit, the moon, or Mars. But how does sending organs on a chip to space help anyone down on Earth? Lucie Low, the NIH Tissue Chip for Drug Screening scientific program manager, says it’s a question she gets a lot. A main advantage to studying human physiology in microgravity, she says, is speed.When an astronaut arrives at the International Space Station, their bone density, muscle mass, cardiovascular systems, and immune systems begin to change within days. “The physiological changes in astronauts happens really, really fast, so we can model those in a couple of weeks in microgravity on a tissue chip, but it could take months or even years to clinically manifest here on Earth,” Low says. By running tests in microgravity, researchers can expedite the drug development process to get new treatments into the hands of the people who need them, both on Earth and in orbit.In addition to Huh’s experiments on respiratory infections, this batch of tissue chips will be examining the formation of kidney stones, testing drugs meant to stop bone loss, and studying how microgravity affects the blood-brain barrier. Four other tissue chips, meant to investigate cardiac function, muscle degeneration, and the immune response in the intestine, are slated to fly to the ISS at an undetermined point in the future. Farther down the road, Low says it’s possible that NASA might even want to create an “astronaut on a chip” by using cells from individual astronauts to study their unique reactions to microgravity before or during long missions.As with most research that occurs in space, it can be difficult to see how it will ever benefit the overwhelming majority of people who will never experience spaceflight. Yet if NASA’s track record for bringing space technologies down to Earth is any indication, in the future our medicine cabinets may very well be filled with extraterrestrial remedies. Last month, a journal published an n-of-one experiment of unusual origin. It was the study comparing astronaut Scott Kelly’s physiology to that of his Earthbound identical twin brother, Mark. During his time on the International Space Station, Scott gathered reams of data on his own health and took hundreds of samples of his own stool, urine, and blood, for comparison later to those of Mark.The results were surprising: Thousands of genes that remained dormant in Mark were activated in Scott, who also experienced significant changes in his microbiome, telomeres, arteries, immune system, and cognitive performance. Most of the physiological changes experienced by Scott reversed themselves when he returned to Earth, but a few did not. The problem now is that to explain any of what happened to Scott’s body in space, researchers need more data. Having a sample size of one, aside from limited data from past missions, leaves scientists with little sense of why these changes occur. Space being space, getting that extra information is hard.To that end, SpaceX is expected to soon launch a Dragon cargo capsule that will contain, among other things, four microchips embedded with living human cells designed to model various aspects of human physiology. The research teams behind these so-called organs on a chip hope they will shed light on how astronauts’ bodies react to space travel at the cellular level and hasten the discovery of novel medical treatments on Earth. The launch, which has been delayed a few times already, is currently scheduled for 2:48 am ET.[embedded content]Organs and tissues on a chip replicate human physiological function at the cellular level and are designed to make studying those processes easier than in actual humans. The chips are transparent and consist of small channels lined with living human cells specific to the organ being modeled. Unlike traditional cell cultures, they are also able to mimic some aspects of an organ’s environment and biomechanical properties—the push and pull of a beating heart, the expansion of breathing lungs, the pressure of arteries, and the warmth of the blood that courses through them. Because organ and tissue chips are relatively cheap and experimenting on them isn’t limited by ethical considerations, researchers can, for example, use them to test new drugs or intentionally infect them to study the onset of disease.center_img More Great WIRED StoriesHow to fly a plane in an emergency situationPro tips for shopping safe on Amazon“If you want to kill someone, we are the right guys”Grabbing the world’s carbon with supercharged plantsKitty Hawk, flying cars, and the challenges of “going 3D”🏃🏽‍♀️ Want the best tools to get healthy? 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August 28, 2019 | | Post a Comment

first_imgClick to receive news links via WhatsApp. Or  for the latest news, visit our webpage or follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Join us there! Good news for Ladysmith motorists is that the Energy Department has announced a drop in the petrol price.The department says the price of petrol will decrease from Wednesday.Motorists can expect to pay 69 cents less per litre for 93 octane, while 95 octane will go down by 68 cents.Also read: Petrol price to increase once againBoth grades of diesel will go down by 60 cents a litre, while illuminating paraffin will drop by between 57 and 76 cents a litre. WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite last_img read more

August 19, 2019 | | Post a Comment

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August 19, 2019 | | Post a Comment

first_imgCosta Rica’sHealth Ministry approved a new regulation requiring construction companies and contractors to reduce the impact of dust from construction projects on nearby residents.The new regulation, which was published earlier this month in the official newspaper La Gaceta, requires all construction materials, such as gravel and sand piles, to be covered with tarps.Project managers also have to keep the ground moist to control dust and dirt, and build all necessary structures to keep materials from spilling onto nearby properties.The regulation also mandates the construction of windbreaks to prevent gusts from dispersing waste materials, and waste discharge pipelines at all construction projects with multiple levels.All dump trucks transporting loose material should be covered.The regulation applies to public and private construction projects.The Health Ministry has the authority to halt work at any project that fails to comply with provisions of the regulation.Dust from construction sites can cause allergies, rashes and other skin problems and respiratory diseases. It can also severely damage lung tissue. Facebook Comments Related posts:Mandatory prices for medical procedures rankle public, politicians Health Ministry confirms sixth case of a baby born with Zika virus Costa Rica’s rainy season brings rise in Zika cases Doctors’ Association backs down from mandatory medical feeslast_img read more

August 18, 2019 | | Post a Comment
first_img Bottoms up! Enjoy a cold one for International Beer Day Comments   Share   Top Stories Meanwhile, CPJ last week said Ethiopia should stop harassing journalists covering Ethiopia’s Muslim community after a reporter for the U.S.-government-funded Voice of America was briefly detained last week. The reporter was forced to erase interviews she had recorded at a protest by Ethiopia’s Muslim community, CPJ said.(Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) Construction begins on Chandler hospital expansion project Clean energy: Why it matters for Arizona Parents, stop beating yourself up Associated PressADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia (AP) – Two weekly newspapers that have been critical of Ethiopia’s ruling party have stopped publication because of government obstruction, the papers’ publishers said Monday.The publishers are appealing to the country’s newly appointed Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn to intervene. A government spokesman said the Ethiopian government is not telling printers not to print the papers.center_img Both Feteh, the country’s largest weekly at 27,500 copies, and Finote Netsanet, which is published by the largest opposition group, Unity for Democracy and Justice, have been unable to reach their readers for several weeks after the state-owned Berhanena Selam printing company refused to continue printing them.“We tried other printers, private ones as well. Some say they don’t have the capacity while others first agree to print our paper only later to refuse us without any reasons,” said Negasso Gidada, a former president of Ethiopia who now leads an opposition political party with the lone opposition member in the 547-seat parliament.“They simply tell us `Please don’t come back … we only want sports and medical issue papers … not politics.”The group says its paper was forced off market after featuring critical articles on the legacy of Ethiopia’s late leader Meles Zenawi, who died Aug. 20.The opposition group said it sent Hailemariam two letters demanding he stop “authorities’ attack of the constitutionally guaranteed freedom of speech.”Temesgen Desalegn, editor in chief of Feteh, said that his paper’s July 20 issue was blocked from distribution because a prosecutor said that the news report it hoped to publish _ that Meles had died _ was false. The printer has since refused to publish the paper, citing an order by the Ministry of Justice, he said. 5 people who need to visit the Ultrastar Multi-tainment Center Mary Coyle ice cream to reopen in central Phoenix “They told me if I can bring a written letter from the Justice Ministry saying otherwise we can continue to publish the paper,” said Temesgen. “What we are hoping is the spirit of dictatorship that was taken off by the natural death of the late PM is gone. … Maybe the new prime minister and his government, once settled in, may ease attacks on the free press.”Shimeles Kemal, communications state minister, denied that the government is telling the printer not to publish the papers.“It is an absolute lie,” he said. “The government does not have the province and jurisdiction to dictate a contract between a public company and its clients.”Shimeles said that the printer has the right to refuse to publish a publication that contains “rebellious material and materials that are in violation any written law.”A media rights official blamed the government.“Barhanena Selam printing company is controlled by the state and its refusal to print Feteh and Finote Netsanet, two publications critical of the government, is a result of official pressure and political censorship,” said Mohamed Keita of the New York-based Committee to Protect Journalists. Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter shows health improvement Sponsored Stories last_img
August 18, 2019 | | Post a Comment

first_imgIt’s true, you’ve got the Galaxy Note to thank for your big phone. When the device hit the scene at IFA 2011, large screens were still a punchline. That same year, Steve Jobs famously joked about phones with screens larger than four inches, telling a crowd of reporters, “nobody’s going to buy that.”In 2019, the average screen size hovers around 5.5 inches. That’s a touch larger than the original Note’s 5.3 inches — a size that was pretty widely mocked by much of the industry press at the time. Of course, much of the mainstreaming of larger phones comes courtesy of a much improved screen to body ratio, another place where Samsung has continued to lead the way.In some sense, the Note has been doomed by its own success. As the rest of the industry caught up, the line blended into the background. Samsung didn’t do the product any favors by dropping the pretense of distinction between the Note and its Galaxy S line.Ultimately, the two products served as an opportunity to have a six-month refresh cycle for its flagships. Samsung, of course, has been hit with the same sort of malaise as the rest of the industry. The smartphone market isn’t the unstoppable machine it appeared to be two or three years back.Like the rest of the industry, the company painted itself into a corner with the smartphone race, creating flagships good enough to convince users to hold onto them for an extra year or two, greatly slowing the upgrade cycle in the process. Ever-inflating prices have also been a part of smartphone sales stagnation — something Samsung and the Note are as guilty of as any.Samsung’s Galaxy Note gets even larger (and smaller)So what’s a poor smartphone manufacturer to do? The Note 10 represents baby steps. As it did with the S line recently, Samsung is now offering two models. The base Note 10 represents a rare step backward in terms of screen size, shrinking down slightly from 6.4 to 6.3 inches, while reducing resolution from Quad HD to Full HD.The seemingly regressive step lets Samsung come in a bit under last year’s jaw dropping $1,000. The new Note is only $50 cheaper, but moving from four to three figures may have a positive psychological effect for wary buyers. While the slightly smaller screen coupled with a better screen to body ratio means a device that’s surprisingly slim.If anything, the Note 10+ feels like the true successor to the Note line. The baseline device could have just as well been labeled the Note 10 Lite. That’s something Samsung is keenly aware of, as it targets first-time Note users with the 10 and true believers with the 10+. In both cases, Samsung is faced with the same task as the rest of the industry: offering a compelling reason for users to upgrade.Earlier this week, a Note 9 owner asked me whether the new device warrants an upgrade. The answer is, of course, no. The pace of smartphone innovation has slowed, even as prices have risen. Honestly, the 10 doesn’t really offer that many compelling reasons to upgrade from the Note 8.That’s not a slight against Samsung or the Note, per se. If anything, it’s a reflection on the fact that these phones are quite good — and have been for a while. Anecdotally, industry excitement around these devices has been tapering for a while now, and the device’s launch in the midst of the doldrums of August likely didn’t help much.Screen Shot 2019 08 07 at 4.12.22 PMScreen Shot 2019 08 07 at 4.12.34 PMScreen Shot 2019 08 07 at 4.10.49 PMView 9 PhotosThe past few years have seen smartphones transform from coveted, bleeding-edge luxury to necessity. The good news to that end, however, is that the Note continues to be among the best devices out there.The common refrain in the earliest days of the phablet was the inability to wrap one’s fingers around the device. It’s a pragmatic issue. Certainly you don’t want to use a phone day to day that’s impossible to hold. But Samsung’s remarkable job of improving screen to body ratio continues here. In fact, the 6.8-inch Note 10+ has roughly the same footprint as the 6.4-inch Note 9.The issue will still persist for those with smaller hands — though thankfully Samsung’s got a solution for them in the Note 10. For the rest of us, the Note 10+ is easily held in one hand and slipped in and out of pants pockets. I realize these seem like weird things to say at this point, but I assure you they were legitimate concerns in the earliest days of the phablet, when these things were giant hunks of plastic and glass.Samsung’s curved display once again does much of the heavy lifting here, allowing the screen to stretch nearly from side to side with only a little bezel at the edge. Up top is a hole-punch camera — that’s “Infinity O” to you. Those with keen eyes no doubt immediately noticed that Samsung has dropped the dual selfie camera here, moving toward the more popular hole-punch camera.The company’s reasoning for this was both aesthetic and, apparently, practical. The company moved back down to a single camera for the front (10 megapixel), using similar reasoning as Google’s single rear-facing camera on the Pixel: software has greatly improved what companies can do with a single lens. That’s certainly the case to a degree, and a strong case can be made for the selfie camera, which we generally require less of than the rear-facing array.The company’s gone increasingly minimalist with the design language — something I appreciate. Over the years, as the smartphone has increasingly become a day to day utility, the product’s design has increasingly gotten out of its own way. The front and back are both made of a curved Gorilla Glass that butts up against a thin metal form with a total thickness of 7.9 millimeters.On certain smooth surfaces like glass, you’ll occasionally find the device gliding slightly. I’d say the chances of dropping it are pretty decent with its frictionless design language, so you’re going to want to get a case for your $1,000 phone. Before you do, admire that color scheme on the back. There are four choices in all. Like the rest of the press, we ended up with Aura Glow.It features a lovely, prismatic effect when light hits it. It’s proven a bit tricky to photograph, honestly. It’s also a fingerprint magnet, but these are the prices we pay to have the prettiest phone on the block.One of the interesting footnotes here is how much the design of the 10 will be defined by what the device lost. There are two missing pieces here — both of which are a kind of concession from Samsung for different reasons. And for different reasons, both feel inevitable.The headphone jack is, of course, the biggie. Samsung kicked and screamed on that one, holding onto the 3.5mm with dear life and roundly mocking the competition (read: Apple) at every turn. The company must have known it was a matter of time, even before the iPhone dropped the port three years ago.Courage.Samsung glossed over the end of the jack (and apparently unlisted its Apple-mocking ads in the process) during the Note’s launch event. It was a stark contrast from a briefing we got around the device’s announcement, where the company’s reps spent significantly more time justifying the move. They know us well enough to know that we’d spend a little time taking the piss out of the company after three years of it making the once ubiquitous port a feature. All’s fair in love and port. And honestly, it was mostly just some good-natured ribbing. Welcome to the club, Samsung.The headphone jack dies not with a bang, but a NoteAs for why Samsung did it now, the answer seems to be two-fold. The first is a kind of critical mass in Bluetooth headset usage. Allow me to quote myself from a few weeks back:The tipping point, it says, came when its internal metrics showed that a majority of users on its flagship devices (the S and Note lines) moved to Bluetooth streaming. The company says the number is now in excess of 70% of users.Also, as we’re all abundantly aware, the company put its big battery ambitions on hold for a bit, as it dealt with…more burning problems. A couple of recalls, a humble press release and an eight-point battery check later, and batteries are getting bigger again. There’s a 3,500mAh on the Note 10 and a 4,300mAh on the 10+. I’m happy to report that the latter got me through a full day plus three hours on a charge. Not bad, given all of the music and videos I subjected it to in that time.There’s no USB-C dongle in-box. The rumors got that one wrong. You can pick up a Samsung-branded adapter for $15, or get one for much cheaper elsewhere. There is, however, a pair of AKG USB-C headphones in-box. I’ve said this before and I’ll say it again: Samsung doesn’t get enough credit for its free headphones. I’ve been known to use the pairs with other devices. They’re not the greatest the world, but they’re better sounding and more comfortable than what a lot of other companies offer in-box.Obviously the standard no headphone jack things apply here. You can’t use the wired headphones and charge at the same time (unless you go wireless). You know the deal.The other missing piece here is the Bixby button. I’m sure there are a handful of folks out there who will bemoan its loss, but that’s almost certainly a minority of the minority here. Since the button was first introduced, folks were asking for the ability to remap it. Samsung finally relented on that front, and with the Note 10, it drops the button altogether.Thus far the smart assistant has been a disappointment. That’s due in no small part to a late launch compared to the likes of Siri, Alexa and Assistant, coupled with a general lack of capability at launch. In Samsung’s defense, the company’s been working to fix that with some pretty massive investment and a big push to court developers. There’s hope for Bixby yet, but a majority of users weren’t eager to have the assistant thrust upon them.Instead, the power button has been shifted to the left of the device, just under the volume rocker. I preferred having it on the other side, especially for certain functions like screenshotting (something, granted, I do much more than the average user when reviewing a phone). That’s a pretty small quibble, of course.Bixby can now be quickly accessed by holding down the power button. Handily, Samsung still lets you reassign the function there, if you really want Bixby out of your life. You can also hold down to get the power off menu or double press to launch Bixby or a third-party app (I opted for Spotify, probably my most used these days), though not a different assistant.Imaging, meanwhile, is something Samsung’s been doing for a long time. The past several generations of S and Note devices have had great camera systems, and it continues to be the main point of improvement. It’s also one of few points of distinction between the 10 and 10+, aside from size.The Note 10+ has four, count ’em, four rear-facing cameras. They are as follows:Ultra Wide: 16 megapixelWide: 12 megapixelTelephoto: 12 megapixelDepthVisionThat last one is only on the plus. It’s comprised of two little circles to the right of the primary camera array and just below the flash. We’ll get to that in a second.The main camera array continues to be one of the best in mobile. The inclusion of telephoto and ultra-wide lenses allow for a wide range of different shots, and the hardware coupled with machine learning makes it a lot more difficult to take a bad photo (though believe me, it’s still possible).Samsung Galaxy Note 10Samsung Galaxy Note 10Samsung Galaxy Note 10View 5 PhotosThe live focus feature (Portrait mode, essentially) comes to video, with four different filters, including Color Point, which makes everything but the subject black and white.Samsung’s also brought a very simple video editor into the mix here, which is nice on the fly. You can edit the length of clips, splice in other clips, add subtitles and captions and add filters and music. It’s pretty beefy for something baked directly into the camera app, and one of the better uses I’ve found for the S Pen.Note 10+ with Super Steady (left), iPhone XS (right)Ditto for the improved Super Steady offering, which smooths out shaky video, including Hyperlapse mode, where handshakes are a big issue. It works well, but you do lose access to other features, including zoom. For that reason, it’s off by default and should be used relatively sparingly.Note 10+ (left), iPhone XS (right)Zoom-on Mic is a clever addition, as well. While shooting video, pinch-zooming on something will amplify the noise from that area. I’ve been playing around with it in this cafe. It’s interesting, but less than perfect.20190815 081044 120190815 081400 120190815 Samsung Galaxy Note10View 10 PhotosZooming into something doesn’t exactly cancel out ambient noise from outside of the frame. Everything still gets amplified in the process and, like digital picture zoom, a lot of noise gets added in the process. Those hoping for a kind of spy microphone, I’m sorry/happy to report that this definitely is not that.The DepthVision Camera is also pretty limited as I write this. If anything, it’s Samsung’s attempt to brace for a future when things like augmented reality will (theoretically) play a much larger role in our mobile computing. In a conversation I had with the company ahead of launch, they suggested that a lot of the camera’s AR functions will fall in the hands of developers.For now, Quick Measure is the one practical use. The app is a lot like Apple’s more simply titled Measure. Fire it up, move the camera around to get a lay of the land and it will measure nearby objects for you. An interesting showcase for AR potential? Sure. Earth shattering? Naw. It also seems to be a bit of a battery drain, sucking up the last few bits of juice as I was running it down.3D Scanner, on the other hand, got by far the biggest applause line of the Note event. And, indeed, it’s impressive. In the stage demo, a Samsung employee scanned a stuffed pink beaver (I’m not making this up), created a 3D image and animated it using an associate’ movements. Practical? Not really. Cool? Definitely.It was, however, not available at press time. Hopefully it proves to be more than vaporware, especially if that demo helped push some viewers over to the 10+. Without it, there’s just not a lot of use for the depth camera at the moment.There’s also AR Doodle, which fills a similar spot as much of the company’s AR offerings. It’s kind of fun, but again, not particularly useful. You’ll likely end up playing with it for a few minutes and forget about it entirely. Such is life.The feature is built into the camera app, using depth sensing to orient live drawings. With the stylus you can draw in space or doodle on people’s faces. It’s neat, the AR works okay and I was bored with it in about three minutes. Like Quick Measure, the feature is as much a proof of concept as anything. But that’s always been a part of Samsung’s kitchen-sink approach — some combination of useful and silly.That said, points to Samsung for continuing to de-creepify AR Emojis. Those have moved firmly away from the uncanny valley into something more cartoony/adorable. Less ironic usage will surely follow.Asked about the key differences between the S and Note lines, Samsung’s response was simple: the S Pen. Otherwise, the lines are relatively interchangeable.Samsung’s return of the stylus didn’t catch on for handsets quite like the phablet form factor. They’ve made a pretty significant comeback for tablets, but the Note remains fairly singular when it comes to the S Pen. I’ve never been a big user myself, but those who like it swear by it. It’s one of those things like the ThinkPad pointing stick or BlackBerry scroll wheel.Like the phone itself, the peripheral has been streamlined with a unibody design. Samsung also continues to add capabilities. It can be used to control music, advance slideshows and snap photos. None of that is likely to convince S Pen skeptics (I prefer using the buttons on the included headphones for music control, for example), but more versatility is generally a good thing.If anything is going to convince people to pick up the S Pen this time out, it’s the improved handwriting recognition. That’s pretty impressive. It was even able to decipher my awful chicken scratch.You get the same sort of bleeding-edge specs here you’ve come to expect from Samsung’s flagships. The 10+ gets you a baseline 256GB of storage (upgradable to 512), coupled with a beefy 12GB of RAM (the regular Note is a still good 8GB/256GB). The 5G version sports the same numbers and battery (likely making its total life a bit shorter per charge). That’s a shift from the S10, whose 5G version was specced out like crazy. Likely Samsung is bracing for 5G to become less of a novelty in the next year or so.The new Note also benefits from other recent additions, like the in-display fingerprint reader and wireless power sharing. Both are nice additions, but neither is likely enough to warrant an immediate upgrade.Once again, that’s not an indictment of Samsung, so much as a reflection of where we are in the life cycle of a mature smartphone industry. The Note 10+ is another good addition to one of the leading smartphone lines. It succeeds as both a productivity device (thanks to additions like DeX and added cross-platform functionality with Windows 10) and an everyday handset.There’s not enough on-board to really recommend an upgrade from the Note 8 or 9 — especially at that $1,099 price. People are holding onto their devices for longer, and for good reason (as detailed above). But if you need a new phone, are looking for something big and flashy and are willing to splurge, the Note continues to be the one to beat.Samsung Galaxy Note10Samsung Galaxy Note10Samsung Galaxy Note10View 18 Photoslast_img read more

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first_imgSource = e-Travel Blackboard: N.J. Showcasing generosity, one in two Aussies said they are likely to travel to New Zealand or Japan in order to assist help their tourism industries. An independent consumer survey conducted by Canstar Cannex found 51 percent of Australians were willing to visit the countries and stimulate their economy. Canstar Cannex head of research Steve Mickenbecker said the majority of respondents eager to support tourism in Japan and New Zealand were from Generation Y, highlighting that stereotypes of the younger generation may be off.  “Generation Y cops a lot of flack for being self-centred, yet our results showed they are the generation most likely to support Japan and New Zealand, with 62% of Gen Y respondents considering travelling to these countries to play a part in their rebuilding efforts,” Mr Mickenbecker said. “This compares to 54% of Generation X and 45% of Baby Boomers.”The survey also found that the number of Aussie booking vacations online has bumped up to 44 percent, with Generation Y leading the way again with 50 percent using online sites compared to 47 percent of Gen X and 38 percent of Baby Boomers.  Hotels.com.au and Expedia.com.au managing to outrank their competition, with Aussies preferring to book using the two sites.Expedia also topped the charts of customer satisfaction in the categories of booking fees, range of accommodation available and ease of use. last_img read more

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first_imgWebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite The decision has been made to keep the road closed for the night, as police fear for the safety of motorists.RTI officers are diverting traffic away from the area.As night approaches, police have begun to withdraw from Roosboom.More police are expected to be deployed tomorrow in an effort to restore control. Running battles between rock-throwing protesters and police have continued throughout the day. Efforts to clear the protesters from the R103 road have mostly been in vain.When graders were used to move barricades, mobs stoned them, forcing police to open fire on the crowd.last_img read more

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first_imgOne interesting chart USA Today included in their research includes coaches earning over $1 million annually:In total, 72 of the 119 FBS head coaches included in the research make over $1 million a year, 36 guys make $3 million or more annually, 7 guys eclipse the $5 million a year mark, and just three guys belong to the elite $6 million mark payday.The honor for the highest paid coach outside of the Power Five belongs to Houston’s Tom Herman at $3 million annually (35th overall), followed by Tommy Tubberville of Cincinnati at $2.2 million (52nd overall).The bottom rung of head coaching salaries belong to New Mexico State’s Doug Martin ($376k annually), ULM’s Matt Viator ($390k annually), Hawaii’s Nick Rolovich ($400k annually), and Buffalo’s Lance Leipold ($405k annually). The lowest paid Power Five coach? David Beaty at Claeys at #84 making just over $801k a year.Information was not included for the following programs; Baylor, BYU, Tulane, SMU, USC, Tulsa, Pitt, Miami (FL), and Syracuse.Head over to USA Today to see the full list of head coaches salaries. The good folks at USA Today pushed out the annual database full of salary information on college football’s head coaches this morning.In previous years, Nick Saban had been the name at the top of the list as the most highly compensated coach in the country, but this year a new name tops the list. Michigan’s Jim Harbaugh’s salary is listed at just over $9 million annually – with $4 million of that coming in the form of life insurance payments – edging out Saban who comes in at just under $7 million.The rest of the top ten highest paid coaches in college football are Ohio State’s Urban Meyer, Oklahoma’s Bob Stoops, Florida State’s Jimbo Fisher, Texas’ Charlie Strong, Texas A&M’s Kevin Sumlin, Auburn’s Gus Malzahn, Ole Miss’ Hugh Freeze and Iowa’s Kirk Ferentz.New this year is the ability to click on a head coach and see his salary history. Take Hugh Freeze for example. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Sponsored By Connatixlast_img read more

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first_imgThe possibility of growing medical tourism in the country was one of the topics up for discussion during a medical conference in Nadi.Heart International, based at Namaka in Nadi, has the potential to become a hub for medical tourism and is a state-of-the-art facility which offers world renowned services.A number of medical professionals along with specialists from Heart International are expected to be present at the conference.The post Growing medical tourism opportunities appeared first on Discover the South Pacific.Source: Bloglast_img read more

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first_imgConrad Chicago, the 20-storey hotel located steps from Magnificent Mile, is welcoming guests to a stylish and contemporary escape in the Windy City.The redesign of former Draft FCB corporate office building into a smart, luxury hotel represents the dynamic vision of hotelier Laurence Geller, international design firm Pierre-Yves Rochon, and hospitality design firm Puccini Group.The property features 287 guest rooms, including 24 suites with two expansive hospitality suites. The hotel’s atmosphere exudes a modern aesthetic, 929 square metres of conference and event facilities equipped with state-of-the-art technology, and three unique restaurants conceptualised by chef Richard Sandoval: Baptiste & Bottle, Noyane, and Il Tavolino.Design inspirationLaurence Geller tapped talented designer Pierre-Yves Rochon for the hotel project to repurpose the existing space to provide maximum comfort and functionality for guests, resulting in sophisticated areas that seamlessly blend elements of local culture with contemporary design. With an ambience exuding both residential and contemporary luxury, Conrad Chicago is poised to add vitality to the surrounding area and complement the glamour and energy of nearby Michigan Avenue.When designing Conrad Chicago, Pierre-Yves Rochon kept both global and local inspirations in mind. Contemporary simplicity was drawn from architectural visionaries such as Warren Platner and Mies van der Rohe to subtly reflect 1960s and 1970s modernism, incorporating the dynamic architectural heritage and art scene of the Windy City. This style is echoed in the overall colour palette, materials and artwork. Deep red leather accents, bronze finishes and warm beech wood envelop guests upon arrival. The hotel is also decorated with mid-century modern works of art inspired by famed artists such as Josef Albers, Ellsworth Kelly, Frank Stella and Donald Judd. The subtleties of the colours and patterns work in harmony with eye-catching details like lighting fixtures, millwork details and the lobby screen wall, which projects imagery from Conrad Hotels & Resorts locations around the world.Sky lobbyUpon entrance, guests are greeted by Inoca, a sculpture by British studio Haberdashery, that references leaves caught in a Lake Michigan breeze, offering a gentle reference to the “Windy City”. The sculpture can first be viewed upon entrance into the hotel’s grand atrium space before it ascends to the hotel sky lobby on the 20th floor. Displaying 1300 fine bone China leaves, the form appears to be floating in front of the two-storey, floor-to-ceiling windows with the Chicago Skyline as a backdrop.Meetings and events spaceThe central spiral staircase, a dramatic focal point of the hotel, opens to the double height atrium lounge and leads guests directly to a series of pre-function and event spaces. The hotel’s 10 multifunctional meeting rooms, designed for high-end meetings and intimate social events, boast 360-degree views, illuminating natural light, and state-of-the-art technology. In partnership with Social Tables, Conrad Chicago will be delivering custom 3D imaging of the meeting spaces for guests to view before booking the space.Smart roomsThe clean design of the hotel’s public spaces continues in each of the 287 guest rooms and suites. Each room masterfully blends rich leather wall accents and regal tones of red and gold with bold, black granite entryways, and spacious bathrooms. Sharp lines and contemporary furniture in each room guide the eye directly to the floor-to-ceiling windows, revealing a spectacular city backdrop. Minimalistic bathrooms with freestanding marble tubs also feature views of the skyline and are decorated with gold fixtures and modern artwork. The residential style accommodations and intuitive guest room layout, including personal refrigerators and 243cm oversized beds, immediately exude the feeling of home for those visiting Chicago.From keyless guest room entry and smart lighting, to 65-inch flat screen TVs, every room and suite is designed to make guests’ stays memorable, easy and personal. Along those lines, Conrad Chicago is making every effort to ensure a seamless stay by offering texting services to increase the speed of communication between guests and hotel staff, as well as the Conrad Concierge App, an integrated app allowing access to all of the luxury services available at the hotel, from the palm of a hand. The hotel will showcase a private Fisker luxury house car offering complimentary drop-off service within a two-mile radius.Three distinct restaurantsThe Puccini Group, a restaurant group known for its innovation, helped bring each of the three restaurant concepts envisioned by Sandoval to life. On the ground floor, guests will find Il Tavolino, inspired by an authentic Italian café and bringing a blend of modern and rustic design to life in an intimate street-side setting centered around a distinct specialty coffee programme in partnership with local roaster Metropolis. Open for breakfast and lunch, the menu features breakfast sandwiches, artisan pastries, pizza, salad, pasta, shareable snacks and fresh pressed juices.On the 20th floor, Baptiste & Bottle will serve as the pillar of the property’s food and beverage programme, featuring approachable American cuisine with a bourbon centric beverage programme. The restaurant draws influences from Chicago’s former “Whiskey Row” with masculine tones and textures. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, diners can expect simple, classic and fresh flavours with an emphasis on the finest local ingredients the Midwest region has to offer. Some featured menu items include: fluke and plumb crudo; asparagus and pimento cheese; and slow cooked short rib.Slated to open summer 2017, Noyane, the hotel’s sleek Japanese restaurant located on the rooftop, takes its cues from modern Japanese design and draws attention to the venue’s awe-inspiring views of the city. Guests will enjoy sushi and sashimi and quench their thirst with Japanese sakes and beer.Conrad 1/3/5Conrad Chicago will strive to meet the needs of its guests while providing unparalleled service and distinctive experiences. Understanding that travelling isn’t just about the destination, Conrad Hotels developed the Conrad 1/3/5, a programme showcasing the most unique and locally inspired experiences the city has to offer guests who may only have one, three or five hours to discover the destination. With a unique mix of edgy neighbourhood tours, reinvented icons and landmarks, museums, late-night cocktails, and more, each 1/3/5 experience reflects a local take on culture, art, food and adventure, so guests can make the most of their trip, even when time is at a premium.Curated by Peter Jon Lindberg, Conrad’s Director of Inspiration, he is responsible for driving the vision behind the hotel’s Stay Inspired initiative, which delivers guests the insider advice and local insight they need to get the best of their destination. Peter joins the Conrad team after having served as Executive Editor at Conde Nast Traveler and Editor-at-Large at Saveur Magazine and Travel + Leisure.Virtual reality conciergeConrad Chicago will be the first hotel to offer a complimentary high-tech Conrad 1/3/5 experience with its Virtual Reality Enhanced Concierge. The Conrad Chicago concierge allows the smart luxury traveller to sample Conrad Chicago’s specially curated 1/3/5 experiences. The VR Concierge features 360 video and Oculus headsets allowing guests to virtually try unique Chicago experiences such as looking at the city from 300 metres above ground from The John Hancock building. Capturing the sights and sounds of the selected activities as if guests were there themselves is just one of the many tech-forward innovations built into the Conrad Chicago experience.last_img read more

January 26, 2019 | | Post a Comment

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January 22, 2019 | | Post a Comment

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December 6, 2018 | | Post a Comment

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November 28, 2018 | | Post a Comment

thats not what the country wants. He would walk off Air Force One carrying his suit and his bag Hes the President of the United States and he didnt want anybody to carry his stuff because he thought "Why should they I can carry it myself" I always felt thats not what they want They dont want that They want someone whos going to beat China beat Japan I was in Los Angeles I saw boats coming in with cars from Japan the largest ships Ive ever seen loaded to the gills cars just pouring off made in Japan How does that help us and we give them a fractiona tiny fractionand they dont even want it Those days are gone Those days will be gone But we have to make ourselves wealthy again in order to save our country We cant continuously lose money How do you view the state of the American banking system Were having a huge problem again You know you look at the junk You know all the junk thats floating all over the place You look at some of this Internet stuff thats floating all over Were in a bubble again okay Its not and Ill tell you the problem with the banks if youre really rich like with me if I want to borrow money I can buy all the money I want But if theres a young Donald Trump that needs some money to do a couple of really good deals cant get it because the regulators are making it absolutely impossible for the banks to loan money Do you want to repeal Dodd Frank and similar financial regulation reforms passed by President Obama Well Dodd Frank is probably not a very good thing There are aspects of it you could leave But generally speaking Dodd Frank stifles business It just totally stifles business Ill tell you another subject that Im going to start talking about because nobody talks about it Corporate inversion where companies are going over to other places You know it used to be they moved from New York to Florida they moved from New Jersey to. And I couldnt believe what Bush said last week about he wouldnt fund, Building them. Within the state’s 12 oil counties, “I woke up and said my prayers as I always do and I said, So,” a Google spokesperson said in an email. 2015. or even a mere energy bill that does something about coal-fired plants.

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