Samsung Galaxy S10+ live image spotted, shows wide display hole for dual selfie cameras

first_img Sanket Vijayasarathy New DelhiJanuary 17, 2019UPDATED: January 18, 2019 09:46 IST Picture Courtesy: SlashLeaksHIGHLIGHTSThe Galaxy S10+ has been spotted in the wildThe display hole is wider to house two selfie camerasThe Galaxy S10 series will be announced on February 20The Galaxy S10+ is rumoured to offer a large Infinity-O display, with a wider cutout in the screen compared to the regular Galaxy S10. This is because the Galaxy S10+ is the only phone among the three upcoming Galaxy S10 models to get dual front-facing cameras. We have seen renders of what this pill-shaped hole will look like, but this week we have a real-life image of what looks to be the Galaxy S10+ being used by someone.The live image of the Galaxy S10+ was posted on SlashLeaks and it shows the flagship’s front-facia. The image is not sharp but it is clear enough to notice the display hole on the top right corner of the screen. This is where Samsung will house dual front-facing cameras, which would be a first for the Galaxy S-series. The edges of the device seems to be covered on purpose so it is hard to tell the exact design, but it is pretty evident that the bezels have been reduced quite a bit all around.The live image suggests that Galaxy S10+ will offer a large and immersive display, but it will be interesting to see whether the wide cutout will be more distracting compared to the regular punch-hole display. The Galaxy S10 and the Galaxy S10 E will fall below the Plus-sized model and will both offer smaller, rounded cutouts on the display as they both will get a single selfie camera. Apar from a big display, the Galaxy S10+ is also said to get a large 4,000mAh battery like the Galaxy Note 9.advertisementSamsung will announce the Galaxy S10, S10 E and S10+ on February 20 ahead of MWC 2019. All three phones are expected to come with the latest Exynos 9820/ Snapdragon 855 chipset. They are also rumoured to come with an in-display fingerprint sensor and a 3.5mm headphone jack. The Galaxy S10+, in particular, is tipped to come with quad cameras on the back. This along with dual selfie cameras menas the phone will offer a total of six cameras.ALSO READ | Samsung Galaxy S10+ with Snapdragon 855, 6GB RAM gets benchmarked with impressive resultsALSO READ | Samsung Galaxy S10 live image reveals punch hole camera and thinner bezelsGet real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted bySanket Vijayasarathy Tags :Follow SamsungFollow Galaxy S10 PlusFollow Mobiles Samsung Galaxy S10+ live image spotted, shows wide display hole for dual selfie camerasThe Galaxy S10+ will sport a wider in-display hole to house dual front-facing cameras and a live image gives us a better idea of what the flagship will look like.advertisementlast_img read more

Government Delivers Funding for Carbon Capture Storage Research

first_imgNova Scotia is moving ahead with research that could reduce greenhouse gases thanks to $5 million in funding from the Government of Canada. The research will examine carbon capture and storage — how to contain the gas and hold it underground instead of releasing it into the atmosphere. The announcement was made today, April 23, by Energy Minister Richard Hurlburt and Natural Resources Canada Minister Gary Lunn. The funding will support the work of the Carbon Storage Research Consortium, with membership from the provincial government, academic community and industry. “We need to know if carbon capture and storage represents a practical tool to protect the environment,” said Mr. Hurlburt. “Nova Scotia has some of the best researchers in the country and now they have funding to find out.” “Canada’s fossil fuel resources are one of our country’s biggest economic drivers, but we must find cleaner ways to produce and use those resources,” said Mr. Lunn. “With our world-leading carbon capture and storage technology, we can achieve our goals in a way that is good for the environment and economy.” According to the report of the Canada-Alberta ecoENERGY CCS Task Force, carbon capture and storage technology could allow Canada to cut its greenhouse gas emissions by as much as 600 million tonnes a year by 2050 – equal to almost three-quarters of Canada’s current annual emissions. The potential for underground storage of carbon dioxide in western Canada is already well known. The funding from the federal government will be used to advance the understanding of underground storage opportunities in Nova Scotia, where coal-fired generating stations supply about three-quarters of the province’s electricity. The Carbon Storage Research Consortium will conduct studies into Nova Scotia’s geology and hydrogeology, both onshore and offshore, to determine potential storage sites.The government of Canada’s contribution to the research was committed in its 2008 budget, and will be delivered once legislation has been passed.last_img read more

China trade climate on G7 agenda unclear if leaders will reach consensus

first_img“In support of the release of Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor — two Canadians that are being held hostage by the Chinese right now,” he says.The prime minister is also expected to push gender equality issues and be a strong voice on the topic of climate change as the leaders address the Amazon wildfires.The European Union and Germany have already backed French President Emmanuel Macron’s call to put the Amazon fires on the agenda for the meeting in Biarritz.However, there may be no final declaration as leaders try to avoid a repeat of last year in Quebec, where President Donald Trump pulled the U.S. out of the communiqué in a Twitter attack from Air Force One.“I think it would be a sad reflection if the leading democracies can’t reach consensus,” Robertson admits.The summit wraps up on Sunday.-With files from The Associated Press Security squeeze in French resort for G-7 leaders’ summit OTTAWA – Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is on his way to France for this weekend’s G-7 summit with other world leaders.He will have a lot on his agenda but it’s not clear if the world leaders will come to any consensus at this gathering.China is not at the table for this meeting, but it will be the subject of conversation on several fronts, according to one expert.“The big issue is the China-U.S. ongoing trade dispute which is having collateral damage around the world,” Colin Robertson with the Canadian Global Affairs Institute explains. “Then there’s a whole series of other issues, including what’s going on in Hong Kong, and do the G-7 leaders take a stand?”Trudeau may even try to seek a united statement from Canada’s allies.Related articles: center_img Trump, G-7 leaders to open summit focused on world economylast_img read more

Retail chain Cato to settle federal discrimination probe

first_imgCHARLOTTE, N.C. — Federal officials say a nationwide investigation found that a North Carolina women’s clothing retail chain discriminated against pregnant workers and workers with disabilities.The Charlotte Observer reports The Cato Corporation has agreed to pay $3.5 million to settle the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s investigation. The agency announced Monday that the Charlotte-based company denied reasonable accommodations for those workers and made some workers take unpaid leave or terminated them because of their disabilities.The agency says Cato’s practices violated the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Civil Rights Act of 1964. An EEOC release says Cato has agreed to update its policies to prevent discrimination against those workers.It says a claims process will allow the settlement to be distributed to workers terminated because of their pregnancy or disability.Cato’s website says it has more than 1,000 stores in 32 states.___Information from: The Charlotte Observer, http://www.charlotteobserver.comThe Associated Presslast_img read more

Young refugees and Costa Ricans join forces to fight intolerance – UN

26 January 2010Young refugees and Costa Ricans are taking to their airwaves to combat intolerance and xenophobia in the Latin American nation as part of a United Nations-backed initiative. An armed group threatened to kill her brother eight years ago, prompting Annye’s family to flee Colombia. “If my father did not pay them a specific sum of money, they would kill my brother,” said the refugee, now 16, in a recording studio in the Costa Rican capital, San Jose.Annye, along with 13 other teenagers, both refugees and Costa Ricans, recorded a series of radio stories – a project of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) – targeted at students around the country to give them a better understanding of what it means for a young person to be forced to leave their home country due to violence or persecution.The participants also had a chance to learn the nuts and bolts of radio production from the Radio Netherlands Training Centre (RNTC).“With Costa Rican and refugee high school students taking part, we were able to hear two sides of the issue: the perception of young refugees on their life in Costa Rica and the reaction of young local people on the life stories, rights and experiences of refugees,” explained Arturo Meoño, a RNTC producer. Some 40 per cent of young refugees in Costa Rica say they have been the victims of intolerance or insults from their classmates or teachers, according to a survey conducted by the agency two years ago.“For UNHCR, it has become crucial to create a tool to combat xenophobia in schools, to inform children about who the refugees are and why they need our support to integrate into this new community,” said Jozef Merkx, the agency’s representative in Costa Rica.Having children tell their peers about their suffering, it is hoped, will make their stories more relatable and create bonds between young people of different nationalities and backgrounds.Leidy, 16, talked excitedly about her love of Latin American music, while fellow refugee Karen, 15, complained about unfair stereotypes of refugees. “When somebody gets angry with me, they call me a drug dealer,” she said.The UNHCR scheme has resulted in an interesting mix of stories and reactions. “Some concentrate on the flight from violence and the challenges of local integration,” said Maria Andrea Araya, a psychologist. “Others prefer to discuss what young refugees in Costa Rica experience in their daily lives.”Alexander, 15, pointed out that unlike in his native Colombia – where the attitude is “don’t get sick because there is no money to pay for the hospital bill” – education and health care are free in Costa Rica.The young people’s stories will also be used as part of an education module, currently under development, to counter xenophobia in schools.They will first be rolled out in April in areas with large migrant and refugee populations, Mr. Merkx said.Costa Rica currently shelters 12,000 refugees of some 40 nationalities, with more than 80 per cent of them being from Colombia.The Latin American nation receives approximately 80 asylum-seekers every month, and since 2009, there have been small migratory movements through the country of Africans and Asians trying to reach North America. read more

Security zone between Ethiopia Eritrea remains calm UN mission says

“The situation in the Temporary Security Zone remains calm and stable and the peace process is on track,” Rosamond Bakari, a spokesperson for the mission told a press briefing held in the Eritrean capital, Asmara, with a video link to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.UNMEE established the Zone between the two countries’ armed forces in April 2001. The UN Mission patrols and monitors the area, while a neutral boundary commission, composed of international jurists chosen by the countries, delineates the border. In a recent report to the Security Council, Secretary-General Kofi Annan stressed that the security zone continued to function successfully, despite accusations of military build-ups by both sides and rising tensions in the mission area.The Security Council is scheduled to meet to discuss that report on 15 January 2002. read more

More bodies of Kuwaitis missing from Iraqi invasion returned home – UN

Their positive identification will mean that in the near future about one half of the Kuwaiti and third-country detainees who disappeared in Iraq will have found their final resting place, according to the report presented to the Security Council today. The number of those so far identified has risen from 92 to 167.The Council was briefed in closed consultations by Ambassador Yuli Vorontsov, the High-Level Coordinator on the issue of the repatriation or return of all Kuwaiti and third-country nationals or their remains.At the end of last year Mr. Annan held out little hope of finding any of the missing still alive. “After many years of manoeuvring and denial by the previous Government of Iraq, a grim truth is unveiling itself,” he said. “The discovery of mass graves in Iraq containing the mortal remains of Kuwaitis is a gruesome and devastating development.”Following the Council’s meeting, its President, Russian Ambassador Andrey Denisov, read a statement to the press voicing hope that Mr. Vorontsov would soon be able to visit Iraq to press forward with his work. Ambassador Denisov also welcomed Iraqi Vice President Ibrahim al-Jaafari’s pledge to assist in the search for those who remain missing. read more

European leaders at UN call for stronger political action to tackle terrorism

At the same time, Margot Wallström, the Minister for Foreign Affairs of Sweden, said: “Security is something we must build together. Security is something we share. This notion compels us to contest the false logic of confrontation and geopolitical zero-sum games. Instead, it leads us to emphasise de-escalation and disarmament, mediation and dialogue, conflict prevention and peacebuilding.”This is a cornerstone of Swedish security policy, she said, adding that this is her country’s basic approach to security, both in the region and farther afield. “Indeed, the importance of cooperation increases with the transboundary nature of threats. Internal and external security are more interlinked than ever before,” and as such, the international community must improve its common tools for crisis management.“Equip the next generation of peace operations with more robust mandates and proper resources. Strengthen cooperation between UN and regional organisations, including the European Union and the African Union. But we cannot ignore the key to achieving peace: political will. Leaders have a huge responsibility to turn the tide and realize the benefits of peace,” she said. “We must admit that thus far, the situation in Syria is a failure of the international community,” Belgium’s Charles Michel said in his address to the General Assembly’s annual general debate, referring to Syria as a country of “blood and war” and “unspeakable suffering,” and which is driving countless people to seek refuge elsewhere.“We cannot allow this chaos to serve geo-strategic interests, which are in fact, greatly removed from the Syrians and their future,” he said, adding: “Neither can we allow the bloodthirsty stubbornness of a single man be an obstacle to a political solution and peace. He said that Belgium supported the efforts of the UN Special Envoy for Syria, Staffan de Mistura, and called on all permanent members of the UN Security Council to assume their responsibility in ending the conflict.He went on to note that Da’esh [also known as the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, or ISIL], as well as Boko Haram, Al-Qaida and other terrorist groups were driving “a new era” of barbarism and fanaticism. “My country, like many others, has been hit, tragically, in March,” he recalled, declaring that the war against terrorism must be persistent and comprehensive.Expressing support for the Secretary-General’s Plan of Action to Prevent Violent Extremism, Prime Minister Michel called for a reshaping of the relevant UN architecture to bolster international counter-terrorism tools while also enhancing information sharing. Foreign Minister Margot Wallström of Sweden addresses the general debate of the General Assembly’s seventy-first session. UN Photo/Manuel Elias Prime Minister Xavier Bettel of Luxembourg addresses the general debate of the General Assembly’s seventy-first session. UN Photo/Cia Pak In his Plan of Action to Prevent Violent Extremism, Xavier Bettel, the Prime Minister of Luxembourg, said the Syria’s Government is perpetrating atrocities, while Da’esh and other groups commit equally “abominable crimes” and flourish from the war economy and external support. A generation of children has been traumatized, deprived of protection and education, he said, calling for perpetrators of war crimes and crimes against humanity to be brought to justice, including before the International Criminal Court (ICC).“The toll is terrible,” he continued, noting that the UN estimates that some 300,000 people have been killed in the conflict, while there have also been reports of chemical warfare and humanitarian convoys are being deliberately targeted. He called on Syrian authorities to ensure safe an unhindered access to all people in the country. While he hailed the repeated efforts of the United States and Russia to secure a ceasefire, the deal has proved fragile and must be fully enforced.Calling for a resolution of the conflict that meets the legitimate aspirations of the Syrian people, Mr. Bettel said the UN must play a determining role in facilitating negotiations among the Syrian parties to bring about a lasting solution. Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó of Hungary addresses the general debate of the General Assembly’s seventy-first session. UN Photo/Manuel Elias For his part, Péter Szijjártó, Foreign Minister of Hungary, emphasized the spread of terrorism worldwide, the persistence of certain conflicts and mass movements of refugees and migrants are leading to increased security challenges worldwide. As such, he called for the elimination of the main actors of global terrorism, particularly Da’esh. Combating that group would most certainly help put end to the refugee crisis in Europe.The Foreign Minister also urged Member States to do everything to disrupt and destroy the “economic model” of migrant smugglers and human traffickers. In this regard, the Parliament has adopted specific measures to punish the traffickers and limit their activities. In the meantime, he called on Member States to act together to end the conflicts that drive migrants from their homes. On how to deal with mass movements of refugees and migrants, Mr. Szijjártó called for respect for international law, which does not, in his view, give migrants the right to choose the country they wish to live in. He also rejected any migration policy “that considers every migrant is a refugee” or “forcing countries to accept refugees against their will.”“We will not allow our borders to be violated,” he stressed, adding that the unregulated mass migration and uncontrolled contributed to the passage of terrorists. Conversely, he stressed effort to “help people to stay as close to home as possible,” so that they could return to their country of origin once conditions permit. read more

Royal record keeper 87 reveals he had to win over palace aides

He had served as a lay steward at St George’s Chapel, secretary of the Friends of the Chapel and had helped to organise exhibitions marking the Duke of Edinburgh’s 90th birthday and anniversaries of the Queen’s accession and Coronation.Profiled in the New York Times in his 40th year of record-keeping, Mr O’Donovan described how he had started “my tables” as a hobby, cutting out the Court Circular from his newspaper and pasting it into a ledger before keeping a running total.”It was just a fascination with what they actually did,” he said. “Some of them work extremely hard.”One has had a huge amount of enjoyment out of doing it, because one has met people one would never have met before. It has widened one’s life, in a way.” Tim O'Donovan's ledger “All engagements differ as to time and content and there is also the time taken in preparation to consider, whether it be a visit, investiture or speech.”In 2018, the Princess Royal undertook 518 public engagement, the Prince of Wales 507 and the Queen 283, while the Duke of Cambridge managed 220 and Duke of Sussex 193. The Duchess of Cambridge did 87, reflecting her time on maternity leave, whilt the Duchess of Sussex who joined the family in May managed 96. The Queen takes part in the annual Maundy money ceremony in 2016 “All I’m doing is recording their activities,” he said. “It’s just a straightforward table of events, really.”Mr Donovan, who does not know who – if anyone – will take over his record-keeping when he dies, has promised to continue “as long as I can write and use a pair of scissors”.He remains a great admirer of the Queen, who will celebrate her 93rd birthday in April.”I think we have been amazingly lucky to have such a wonderful monarch,” he told the newspaper.”Continuity is a great thing, and I think there has never been any question of impropriety, like there are among other heads of state around the world. She has had an unblemished record.” Tim O’Donovan’s ledgerCredit:Mary Turner/NYT A photograph of the Queen speaking to Tim O’Donovan, third from rightCredit:Mary Turner/NYT Mr O’Donovan also appears to have won over any doubters at the palace. In 2016, he was among 180 pensioners invited to the chapel to receive Maundy money from the Queen in recognition of their service to church and community. The Queen takes part in the annual Maundy money ceremony in 2016Credit:Richard Pohle For 40 years, he has contributed his valuable work to the history books, recording each and every public engagement undertaken by the Royal Family for posterity.But the work of Tim O’Donovan, which began as a hobby and is now a part of British national life, has not been universally appreciated by the palace itself, it has emerged.Mr O’Donovan, who each year produces a list of the number of engagements performed by senior members of the Royal Family, has disclosed he was once invited to see the Queen’s Private Secretary to discuss concerns.A few years after he began publishing his record in 1979, he said, the then-dean of St. George’s Chapel, Windsor, where he attended services, pulled him gentle aside to pass on a message that palace officials wanted it to stop.Only after visiting the Queen’s private secretary was he able to persuade aides of the value of collecting data, in a record he has continued ever since.Ever since, Mr O’Donovan, an 87-year-old retired insurance broker, has allayed palace concerns by emphasising that his statistics should not be used as a “league table” of hardest-working royals: a plea largely ignored by the press and public who nowadays celebrate the Prince of Wales and Princess Royal at the top, and keep a close eye on the young team at Kensington Palace trailing behind. Relaying how he had visited the Queen’s private secretary in the early 1980s to reassuring them of his good intentions, he said: “I suppose one was anxious because one did not want to stop doing it.””If they had said, ‘Mr. O’Donovan, we don’t want you to go on doing this,’ I would have obeyed them.”He now accompanies the published version with a caveat which last year read: “I should, of course, emphasise that the table of figures below should not be converted into a “league table” of individual royal performance. A photograph of the Queen speaking to Tim O'Donovan, third from right read more

Interpreters and the Victorian Government speak the same language

first_img Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram Victorian Multiculturalism received a much-needed boost this week, as the Andrews Government announced a significant funding increase – the largest in the state’s history – to interpreter services.“All Victorians have a right to access government services, regardless of their English language skills. Interpreters are vital to enabling this access,” said Victorian Minister for Multicultural Affairs Robin Scott, in his announcement.The government’s plan includes $21.8 million over four years and $8.4 million per annum ongoing to improve the pay and working conditions of contractors and casually employed interpreters.“With Victoria’s increasing cultural diversity, interpreters have never been more important. It is essential that we ensure a professional, high quality language services industry to meet the needs of Victorians,” said the minister.This policy offers much-needed relief to the language services industry, given that interpreter remuneration has been static for over 15 years, leading to experienced interpreters leaving the sector due to concerns about job security, remuneration and working conditions.The announcement highlighted the role of interpreters in enabling linguistically diverse communities to better access health, education and other critical services, also facilitating better communications between service providers and their clients.Apart from funding, the Andrews Labor Government is planning to reform its procurement of language services, as a way of supporting a high quality and professional interpreter workforce in Victoria.The changes ensure better rates are paid to interpreters, and that the right incentives are in place to keep them performing their crucial role in the delivery of government services.From tomorrow, 1 July, minimum rates of remuneration will be guaranteed for all contractor and casually employed interpreters who provide services to the Victorian Government.The reforms are the result of an extensive consultation with interpreters and other industry stakeholders and independent evidence-based reviews.A new Victorian Language Services Quality Committee will be established to advise the government on industry sustainability and quality issues into the future.last_img read more

Lannulaire plus long chez lhomme une histoire dhormone

first_imgL’annulaire plus long chez l’homme : une histoire d’hormone Des scientifiques britanniques ont découvert pour la première fois un lien entre la longueur des doigts – plus particulièrement l’index et l’annulaire – et les hormones sexuelles intervenant lors du développement embryonnaire. Votre annulaire est-il plus long ou plus court que votre index ? Selon les chercheurs de   l’Institut médical Howard Hughes, en Floride, cette relation dimensionnelle proviendrait des hormones sexuelles, œstrogène et testostérone, agissant lors du développement embryonnaire. Par conséquent, la plupart des hommes ont généralement l’annulaire plus long que leur index, et inversement chez les femmes.Pour en arriver à de telles conclusions, les scientifiques ont étudié une population de souris qui, comme les êtres humains, possèdent les deux hormones dans leur corps. Sous la direction de Zhengui Zheng et Martin Cohn, l’équipe de chercheur a alors mené une série d’expériences détaillées par la publication parue cette semaine dans la revue National Academy of Sciences.Les hormones régissent la dimension du doigtDans un premier temps, les scientifiques ont utilisé des outils génétiques afin de désactiver les récepteurs à l’œstrogène et à la testostérone dans les cellules des membres en développement de l’embryon de souris. Les résultats montrent ainsi que les souris mâles privés de récepteurs à la testostérone lors de leur développement naissent avec l’index plus long que l’annuaire, un cas typiquement féminin. À lire aussiCatécholamines : définition, rôle, comment analyser les résultats ?Les chercheurs ont également découvert que le taux de division cellulaire lié au développement des doigts d’une souris est contrôlé par les hormones sexuelles. Ainsi, au sein de l’annulaire, la dimension plus longue ou plus courte est régie par le rapport de concentration entre la testostérone et l’œstrogène. En effet, la testostérone stimule la division cellulaire, la constitution du cartilage et des os pour rendre le doigt plus long contrairement à l’œstrogène, qui ralentit le processus de division.Observer les doigts pour saisir l’histoire du développement embryonnaire Les conclusions avancées par cette étude suggèrent donc que la longueur de nos doigts et plus particulièrement celle de l’annuaire et l’index, peut être un indice assez fiable de l’équilibre hormonal intervenu lors du développement embryonnaire d’un individu. A titre d’exemple, un homme présentant l’index plus long que son annulaire, peut avoir eu une dose élevée d’œstrogènes à un certain moment au cours de son développement. Une intervention généralement bénigne, mais qui peut dans certains cas conduire à des complications médicales à l’âge adulte.  
Par ailleurs, l’indice de longueur des doigts pourrait également permettre de savoir si une mère a été exposée à un produit chimique pendant la grossesse qui a perturbé l’activité hormonale de son enfant. “Nos résultats suggèrent un tel événement pourrait laisser une signature” indique Martin Cohn. Cela “pourrait être un outil utile pour tenter de représenter la cause d’une maladie, ou d’une malformation” conclut-il.Le 9 septembre 2011 à 13:22 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

Deux séismes secouent lInde et lArgentine

first_imgDeux séismes secouent l’Inde et l’Argentine Ce lundi, deux séismes de magnitude 5,2 et 6,1 ont secoué respectivement l’Inde et l’Argentine. Les bâtiments ont tremblé mais aucun dégât, ni victime n’ont pour l’heure été recensé dans les deux cas. La secousse a surpris les habitants en plein après-midi. Aux alentours de 13H11 heure locale, un séisme de magnitude 5,2 a secoué la ville de New Delhi en Inde. Nettement ressenti, il a fait vibrer les vitres des bâtiments et a fait ressortir de nombreux habitants dans les rues. Toutefois, aucune information faisant état de dégâts éventuels ou de victimes n’a pour l’heure été dévoilée. À lire aussiMaladie de Charcot : symptômes, causes, traitement, où en est on ?Selon l’Institut américain de géophysique (USGS), l’épicentre de la secousse était situé à 48 kilomètres de New Delhi mais à 22 kilomètres de la ville de Rohtak dans la région de Haryana. Sa profondeur a été évaluée à 19,1 kilomètres. La même journée, un autre séisme est également survenu cette fois-ci en Argentine. La forte secousse de magnitude 6,1 s’est déclenchée en pleine nuit à 4H46 heure locale et a surpris les habitants de la province de Santiago del Estero en pleine nuit. L’USGS a situé l’épicentre du phénomène à 47 kilomètres de la ville de Anatuya mais à une profondeur importante de 550 kilomètres. Là encore, aucun dégât, ni victime n’a pour l’heure été recensé. Le 5 mars 2012 à 11:09 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

Video Games That Have Influenced Pop Culture

first_imgStay on target Sorry, You Can’t Date Keanu Reeves in ‘Cyberpunk 2077”Star Wars Pinball’ Has Your Favorite Brand in Ball Form If in 2018 you still haven’t realized what a big deal video games are you just haven’t been paying attention. Not only does the games industry bring in dough that rivals, and often surpasses, rival media like movies in music, games are also enjoyed by similarly huge and diverse global audiences. And when something has been this big for this long (the earliest arcade games are over 40 years old at this point) naturally it’s going to have a huge influence on culture.Not all games have had equally huge impacts though. It’s like how way more people can quote The Avengers than Thor: The Dark World. So here’s our list of the video game we think have most influenced pop culture, some still to this day. These games may have touched your life without you even realizing it!View as: One Page Slides1/111. Super Mario Bros.Let’s just get the obvious one out of the way. Mario is the freaking Mickey Mouse of video games. He’s the mascot of Nintendo, one of the most important and prominent players in the industry. And he’s the star of some of the best and most beloved games of all time. I maintain that the original Super Mario Bros. is the actual Citizen Kane of video games. 2. Pac-ManThere had been popular arcade games before Pac-Man. We easily could’ve put Pong on this list. But as far as games best experienced one quarter at a time, it’s pretty tough to top Pac-Man. He’s got an iconic look, instantly recognizable gameplay, a wife, and a hit song all to his name. Like Mario, Pac-Man is a game you know about even if you couldn’t care at all for video games. 3. HaloMicrosoft’s original Xbox didn’t exactly set the world on fire. But Halo was the one game that single handedly held up the entire console’s existence. There had been first-person shooters on console before, but it was the mega-popularity of Halo that helped turn the genre into arguably the biggest money-maker in modern video games. Plus it’s got Master Chief, and he’s a pretty cool guy.4. Tomb RaiderThe mid-1990s was something like another rebirth for the video games industry with the advent of polygonal graphics and the smash success of Sony’s first PlayStation console. With her archaeological adventures and sassy lady Indiana Jones swagger (female game characters were still somewhat rare) Lara Croft and Tomb Raider quickly became icons of not just gaming but also multiple films. 5. MinecraftIts creator may be a huge rich candy jerk, but Minecraft is easily one of the most important games of the last decade. What started as a weird unfinished underground PC secret somehow became the game everyone’s kids couldn’t get enough of. I guess “virtual Lego” is a pretty great pitch for a child. Minecraft is still influencing design today in games like Lego Worlds, Dragon Quest Builders, and even the hottest new game for the youth Fortnite.6. Mortal KombatIt may not be the first fighting game or the first good fighting game, but at least in America Mortal Kombat may be the most unforgettable fighting game. Its gory, “realistic” finishing moves sparked congressional investigations. But even after game violence became the norm, folks are still invested in the silly R-rated kung-fu adventures of Scorpion, Sub-Zero, Raiden, Johnny Cage, Jax, Sonya Blade, and so many more.7. PokemonAt this point, we wouldn’t be surprised if Pikachu and all its pocket monster friends actually make Nintendo more money than Mario. Pokemon caused a huge splash when it debuted over twenty years ago, and unlike so many other fads it has been an enduring phenomenon ever since. Remember Pokemon Go? We chalk up Pokemon’s success to not just its instantly recognizable characters and spin-off anime but the fact the accessible RPGs are legitimately great games. 8. TetrisTetris is perhaps the one perfect video game. It’s also one of the most played video games, having escaped the confines of the former USSR to become a worldwide puzzle sensation. It even helped popularize the idea of handheld gaming since the bite-sized brain teasers were a perfect fit for the original Game Boy. 9. Sonic the HedgehogRegardless of how bad his recent games may be, Sonic the Hedgehog on Sega Genesis basically took over gaming during the 1990s. More so than even Mario, every extreme fuzzy mascot was taking its cues from Sonic. The Nintendo-Sega console war is also a hugely influential part of video game culture, and Sonic is right at the center of it.10. Final Fantasy VIIFinal Fantasy VII propelled Square and the Japanese role-playing game genre to new heights on the PlayStation. It gave emo anime fans who camp out in bookstore manga sections two patron saints to choose from in the form of Cloud Strife and Sephiroth. And it also unzipped and unleashed Tetsuya Nomura’s design sensibilities onto the world. We still haven’t recovered. 11. DOOMDoom from iD Software isn’t the original first-person shooter but it is far and away the most important. Whether it was through shareware PC files or middling console ports, Doom blew so many minds in the early nineties by daring players to rebel against their parents and shoot Hell demons on Mars. It is one of the most most video game video games to have ever video gamed. Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey.AdChoices广告last_img read more

Pompano Beach brush fire 75 contained

first_img#BSFR is operating on the scene of a large brush fire involving ~ 3 acres in the area of Dixie Hwy and Sample Rd in @mypompanobeach BSFR along with @FLForestService working to control the fire.— Broward Sheriff (@browardsheriff) April 24, 2019 BSFR said the scene will remain active while crews monitor hots spots overnight.Meanwhile, no buildings have been affected by the fire.No injuries have been reported as well.The cause of the fire remains under investigation.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. POMPANO BEACH, FLA. (WSVN) – Broward Sheriff’s Office firefighters have contained 75% of a brush fire in Pompano Beach.Rescue units responded to the scene, located on the 4000 block of North Dixie Highway, just after 11:30 a.m., Wednesday.7SkyForce HD flew over the fire as flames engulfed the Highlands Scrub Natural Area nature preserve.Approximately three acres were in flames when firefighters arrived on scene.Florida Forest Service was also on scene assisting BSFR and Pompano Beach Fire Rescue.last_img read more

French Open 2019 Roger Federer vs Stan Wawrinka in quarterfinal Live streaming

first_imgBrunskill/Getty ImagesRoger Federer is going to play the quarter-final of the 2019 French Open against his compatriot and former doubles partner Stan Wawrinka at the Court Suzzane Lenglen, today. The 37-year-old Swiss legend will appear in his 54th quarter-final of a Grand Slam, achieving another piece of history as he matched American great Chris Evert’s record. Federer is playing this tournament after three years of absence.When and where to watch?The action at the Roland Garros starts with Federer’s match slated to begin at 2 PM local time, 12 PM GMT and 5.30 PM IST. In India, live coverage is being provided by Star Sports Select 2 and Star Sports Select 2 HD. Online viewers can stream the matches live on the Hotstar platform.Preview Roger Federer is two wins away from clinching his 100th career title. GLYN KIRK/AFP/Getty ImagesFederer has been in tremendous form throughout this year’s edition of the tournament. He is yet to drop a set in the competition. He defeated Leonardo Mayer 6-2, 6-3, 6-3 in the Round of 16 to march into the quarters. The three years’ absence from Roland Garros doesn’t seem to have affected the 2009 champion as he has been playing quite smoothly. After being doubtful about his own success before the begining of the tournament, he is now among the contenders for winning the title. Stan Wawrinka.Adam Pretty/Getty Images.On the other hand, Wawrinka has had his own problems. He went out of the game with a knee injury that threatened his career after 2017 Wimbledon. As a result, he slipped outside the top 250 and also suffered a first-round defeat at last year’s French Open. But he has made a comeback and is currently ranked 28th. Wawrinka had a tough time beating Stefanos Tsitsipas in his fourth round clash. The final score of the tough contest was 7-6, 5-7, 6-4, 3-6, 8-6.Federer is leading 22-3 in head-to-head between these two Swiss players. The 2009 champion also has beaten Wawrinka in their last six meetings. Interestingly, the latter is the last player who recorded a victory over his compatriot at this Grand Slam, in the 2015 edition. The victory came in straight sets and eventually led to Wawrinka winning the French Open title.Global TV listingsFrance: France TV SportUSA: NBCUnited Kingdom: iTVAustralia: Fox SportsCanada: TSNSpain: EurosportJapan: WowowChina: CCTVlast_img read more

Fullscreen Signs 10 Clients to Talent Management Roster Including Mikaela Hoover

first_imgFullscreen, the digital-centric talent and brand-marketing division of WarnerMedia’s Otter Media, announced 10 new clients to its talent management roster.The new signings are actress Mikaela Hoover (pictured above), Estrella Nouri, Sierra Schultzzie, Ava Frye, Bone Collector, Prakash Amritraj, Selva Rasalingam, Luke Abercrombie, Samantha Jo, and Josh Ovalle.Fullscreen’s 2,500-plus talent management roster — spanning digital, TV and film — includes digital stars Brandon Armstrong, Jean Elie, Miles McKenna, Noel Miller, Jack Douglass, Aija Mayrock, Elle Mills and Alyx Weiss.In addition, Fullscreen announced the recent hiring of Blake Reading as talent manager (following previous roles at MGMT Entertainment and the Gersh Agency), and the promotions of Scarlett Perlman and Nick Coffey to senior talent managers. Fullscreen’s talent management division, launched in 2015, is led by Mahzad Babayan. “Fullscreen is committed to serving digital and traditional talent in building lasting businesses and careers on social and beyond,” said Beau Bryant, GM of Fullscreen’s talent division.Fullscreen was founded in 2011 as a YouTube multichannel network, and once worked with as many as 75,000 creator partners. It launched an unsuccessful subscription VOD effort (shut down at the end of 2017) and in a restructuring at Otter Media late last year, Fullscreen was reorganized into three divisions: talent services, brand studio, and brand services.More info on Fullscreen’s new talent signings:Mikaela Hoover is an actress whose feature film credits include “Guardians of the Galaxy,” “The Belko Experiment,” “Airplane Mode,” and “Super.” TV credits include roles on TBS’s “The Guest Book,” Fox’s “Lucifer,” CBS’s “2 Broke Girls,” ABC’s “Happy Endings,” and FX’s “The League” and “Anger Management.”Estrella Nouri is an actress, singer and songwriter who appeared in the fiirst season of OWN’s “Queen Sugar” series, executive produced by Ava DuVernay and Oprah Winfrey. Previous credits include recurring roles on CBS’s “2 Broke Girls,” HBO’s “Entourage,” and TBS’s “Glory Daze.”Sierra Schultzzie is a Southern California-based creator whose content focuses on body positivity, inclusivity and empowerment for women. She is best known for her experimental fashion videos where she tests new trends, popular clothing lines, and internet fads.Ava Frye is a 16-year-old actress, singer, and model whose TV credits include guest roles on The CW’s “iZombie” and “Arrow,” and Universal Studios’ film “Badge of Honor” starring Martin Sheen. Her skills include playing guitar and piano and performing fluently in English, Chinese and Russian.Bone Collector is a “streetball” legend and personal trainer to top NBA players. He regularly hosts basketball clinics for collegiate players and underpriveleged youth and won MVP at the Entertainer’s Basketball Classic every year between 2001-2006.Prakash Amritraj is a former pro tennis player and the son of Indian tennis player Vijay Amritraj. He is also one of the lead hosts on the Tennis Channel, in addition to his acting and co-producer roles on Sylvester Stallone’s “Escape Plan: The Extractors.”Selva Rasalingam is a veteran British stage, film and TV actor who stars as Jesus in Netflix’s “The Gospel of John.” His film and TV credits also include roles in “Doctor Who,” “The Mummy,” “Skyfall,” and “Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time.”Luke Abercrombie is a 19-year-old comedic YouTube personality who first rose to fame on Vine under the name “ItsJustLuke.”Samantha Jo is a comedy content creator focused on positive energy and empowering a community of fans (known as the “Schreib Tribe”) who support each other. She also has her own merchandise line for fans.Josh Ovalle is a 20-year-old filmmaker and social-media creator. His short film “Two and a Quarter,” which touched on the topic of teen suicide, was also screened at 57 different film festivals, including the Toronto International Film Festival. AT&T’s Otter Media Lays Off 10% of Staff, Will Absorb Machinima in Reorg Nearly Half of All ‘Power Gamers’ Are Parents, Third Are Women (Study) Popular on Variety ×Actors Reveal Their Favorite Disney PrincessesSeveral actors, like Daisy Ridley, Awkwafina, Jeff Goldblum and Gina Rodriguez, reveal their favorite Disney princesses. Rapunzel, Mulan, Ariel,Tiana, Sleeping Beauty and Jasmine all got some love from the Disney stars.More VideosVolume 0%Press shift question mark to access a list of keyboard shortcutsKeyboard Shortcutsplay/pauseincrease volumedecrease volumeseek forwardsseek backwardstoggle captionstoggle fullscreenmute/unmuteseek to %SPACE↑↓→←cfm0-9Next UpJennifer Lopez Shares How She Became a Mogul04:350.5x1x1.25×1.5x2xLive00:0002:1502:15 Relatedlast_img read more

House completes Obamas trade items as Pacific pact looms

first_img Comments   Share   WASHINGTON (AP) — The Republican-led Congress rounded out President Barack Obama’s trade package Thursday, overwhelmingly passing a worker training program just weeks after it was stymied.The House voted 286 to 138 to renew the program for workers displaced by international trade. Obama had said he wanted to sign that bill alongside the “fast track” negotiating authority that Congress approved a day earlier. Passage of the trade bills mark a huge win for the president, and one paradoxically spearheaded by Republicans. And it’s a defeat for the AFL-CIO and unions and environmental groups that fiercely opposed it. Some have vowed to punish the relatively small number of congressional Democrats who opposed them.But Obama — much like the last Democratic president, Bill Clinton — portrays expanded trade as crucial in a global, high-tech economy. Most Republicans agree, but most congressional Democrats, especially in the House, do not.Trade has opened the most striking breach between a Democratic president and the lawmakers who overwhelmingly backed him on health care and other hard-fought issues.Pelosi and fellow House Democrats dealt Obama a humiliating rebuke on June 12, when they derailed his trade package only hours after he traveled to the Capitol to personally ask for their help. The House voted 302-126 that day to reject the job retraining portion of the package. Nearly half the “no” votes came from Democrats.Republican leaders, with White House support, restructured the legislative package and passed fast track with big GOP margins, plus modest Democratic support. Here’s how to repair and patch damaged drywall Top Stories Usually a Democratic priority, the retraining bill briefly became hostage to Democrats’ failed efforts to block fast track.The House measure also renews the African Growth and Opportunity Act.Obama and his trade opponents are shifting their focus to proposed trade agreements under negotiation for years. The first, the Trans-Pacific Partnership, involves the United States, Japan, Canada and nine other Pacific Rim nations.The fast-track law allows Congress to ratify or reject such agreements, but not change or filibuster them.The president, in a written statement, said the congressional votes “represent a much-needed win for hardworking American families.”He also said he will press lawmakers to send him legislation “that will help us crack down on countries that break the rules.” The House and Senate have passed different versions of the measure, and are expected to hold compromise talks next month.Most House Democrats, along with major labor unions, opposed fast track, saying free-trade pacts send U.S. jobs abroad.House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., said Thursday’s votes mark “the end of phase one” in the trade debate, but “the fight will continue.” The next step, she said, is “to shine a sharp, clear, bright light” on details of the Pacific-rim proposal. Get a lawn your neighbor will be jealous of Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facilitycenter_img New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies 5 treatments for adult scoliosis Mesa family survives lightning strike to home 5 ways to recognize low testosterone Sponsored Stories On Thursday, only six House Democrats voted against the job retraining program. Among Republicans, 132 voted against the program, and 111 voted for it.Rep. Paul Ryan, chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee, said some Democrats had questioned Republicans’ promises to support the job retraining program even after fast track was secured.To pass the trade legislation, Ryan, R-Wis., told House colleagues before Thursday’s vote, “We needed a little bit of trust. We are here today to keep our word.”Copyright © The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img read more

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first_img Top Stories Since divisional realignment in the NFL in 2002, 21 teams have made the jump from finishing last place in their division, to first place the next season.It’s never happened in the NFC West.There have been 128 teams that have had the chance to make the jump from worst to first and only 16% of teams have actually accomplished the feat.The Cardinals hope that a high-volume roster turnover, including a new quarterback, will do the trick. 24 Comments   Share   Related LinksPatrick Peterson’s absence from voluntary OTAs not captain-likeOn 1st day of OTAs, Cardinals’ Kingsbury tight-lipped about offenseCardinals’ Kirk on former college teammate Murray: ‘He’s just electric’Cardinals support Patrick Peterson, other absent vets at voluntary OTAsThe good news for the Cardinals is that at least one team in the NFL has made the worst-to-first jump every season except for 2014.Thirteen of the 21 teams have been out of the NFC.However, another mitigating factor for Arizona is that no team that has taken the No. 1 overall draft pick from the previous offseason and improved that high in the standings. Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Arizona Cardinals’ Andy Isabella, center, works out with teammates during an NFL football organized team activity, Monday, May 20, 2019, in Tempe, Ariz. (AP Photo/Matt York)last_img read more

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