Tech giant Lenovo on Tuesday launched 2017 range of ThinkPads, ThinkCentres and Tiny-in-Ones (TIOs) that are powered by 7th Generation Intel Core i7 processors.”With the new Intel processor coupled with our legendary Think product attributes, this latest range is equipped to meet the critical and evolving business requirements,” Rahul Agarwal, Managing Director and CEO, Lenovo India, told reporters here.The new products include ThinkPad X1 Carbon, ThinkPad X1 Yoga, ThinkPad X270, ThinkPad Yoga 370, ThinkPad L470, ThinkPad T470, ThinkPad T470s, ThinkCentre M710 Tiny Desktop, ThinkCentre M710 Tower & Small Form Factor (SFF), ThinkCentre M910 Tower, ThinkCentre Tiny-In-One 22 & 24, ThinkVision X1, ThinkVision P27h and ThinkVision T24i.Weighing 1.1kg and priced at Rs 1,23,000, ThinkPad X1 Carbon features 14-inch IPS display, fingerprint sensor with a dedicated chip for biometric processing and new face recognition Infrared camera.ThinkPad X1 Yoga sports OLED screen, a built-in rechargeable pen, full-inking capability and is priced at Rs 1,45,500.Starting at Rs 33,350 (with monitor), ThinkCentre M710 Tiny Desktop has configurable ports, gets powered on from keyboard and space saving mounting options makes the device adaptable to user business needs.With the modular design, the new TIOs are built to allow users to change Tiny Desktop CPU without any tools, as and when needed, thus making PC refreshes and upgrades effortless for large enterprises and public sector organisations. TIO 22 and 24 modular come with a sleek borderless design and integrated speaker.Priced at Rs 45,000, ThinkVision X1 is an ultra-HD monitor that features a built-in full-HD camera, dual-array microphone and stereo speakers making it the perfect monitor for an enhanced VoIP collaboration.advertisement”Intel has consistently worked towards driving processor innovation that positively impacts real-life productivity, and creativity. Lenovo’s new range of the Think product line fits a wide range of budgets and needs, across form factors,” added Prakash Mallya, Managing Director, Sales & Marketing Group, Intel Technology India Pvt Ltd.Also Read: Apple WWDC 2017: Mac Pro, iOS 11, Siri Speaker HomePod and all other big announcementsAlso Read: WWDC 2017: Apple announces iMac Pro, confirms it’s working on redesigned Mac Pro
PHOENIX — Marshawn Lynch smiled politely, waved at the crowd and answered every question the same.“I’m here so I don’t get fined,” the Seattle Seahawks’ star running back constantly repeated for five minutes before leaving the podium at Media Day on Jan. 27. It’s not clear if his plan will work.About 200 reporters crowded around Lynch’s podium for at least 15 minutes before he arrived. But the media-shy Lynch made it clear right from the start he wasn’t saying anything except variations of his scripted answer.Lynch set a timer on his phone and told everyone he showed up just to avoid a fine. Lynch caught a bag of Skittles tossed from Olympic gold medal gymnast Shawn Johnson and stopped to pick up a reporter’s recorder off the floor before he walked away.Lynch later spoke to Entertainment Tonight about his foundation, the Fam 1st Family Foundation.The Professional Football Writers of America was talking to the league about the session and Lynch had been apprised of a potential fine. He is also required to be at media sessions Jan. 28-29.In November, the NFL fined Lynch $50,000 for violations of the league’s media policy in addition to collecting the $50,000 fine that was imposed against Lynch for violations last season. The fine from 2013 was held in anticipation of future cooperation from Lynch.“I’m fine sitting up here, but not everybody is comfortable with it so I don’t think he should be forced to do it,” All-Pro cornerback Richard Sherman said.Lynch has much more to say when the price is right. Insurance company Progressive and candy maker Skittles released commercials featuring Lynch saying a bit more than his usual: “Yeah” and “Nope” and “Thanks for asking.”At Media Day last year, Lynch’s reclusiveness became a major story. Lynch appeared for 6 1/2 minutes, left the arena, and then returned to a “mixed zone” the NFL created for players not on podiums or in microphone-equipped speaking areas at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey.With the exception of briefly speaking with the NFL Network’s Deion Sanders, to the Seahawks’ website, and to Armed Forces Network, he did not deal with reporters that day.Sanders, the Hall of Fame cornerback, tried again to interview Lynch, but got nowhere this time and left laughing.Teammates defended Lynch’s behavior. “This is who he is. I don’t nitpick or judge, so I just accept a person for who they are,” All-Pro safety Earl Thomas said. “I just love who he is. He is so random.”Sherman even continued answering questions after the 60-minute session ended.“I don’t think (players) should be obligated any more than the Commissioner is obligated to speak to the media,” Sherman said.“I think that if players are going to be obligated to speak to the media then every one of the NFL personnel should be obligated to speak to the media weekly, and that’s not the case.“It’s unfortunate, but I think that every team should be forced to present certain players, obviously a few of them. Obviously, if someone is uncomfortable in front of the media and uncomfortable answering questions, then you have to find a way to accommodate the NFL. This is a game; you find a way to accommodate everyone else who’s uncomfortable.”Lynch was fined $20,000 for making an obscene gesture during Seattle’s overtime win over Green Bay in the NFC championship game.The league did not specify what the gesture was, but Lynch grabbed his crotch after scoring a go-ahead touchdown in the fourth quarter. Lynch was fined $11,000 for a similar gesture in Seattle’s win over Arizona on Dec. 21.Lynch also was told before the last game he could not wear gold shoes because they were a violation of the NFL’s on-field dress code, and that he could be ejected from the game if he wore them.“He’s a guy that cares about everyone in that locker room,” Assistant Head Coach and Offensive Line Coach Tom Cable said. “Anytime you hand it to him, he’s carrying them. He’s not carrying the football, he’s carrying his team. That’s who he is. That’s what he does.”(ROB MAADDI, AP Pro Football Writer)TweetPinShare0 Shares
Takefusa Kubo is looking to make his mark at Real Madrid, but claims to know nothing of a transfer for Gareth Bale that could open a door for him.Speculation regarding the future of a Wales international forward has raged all summer.A switch to China for Bale is now being mooted, with the 30-year-old having previously been heavily linked with a return to the Premier League or a loan move to German giants Bayern Munich. Article continues below Editors’ Picks Emery out of jail – for now – as brilliant Pepe papers over Arsenal’s cracks What is Manchester United’s ownership situation and how would Kevin Glazer’s sale of shares affect the club? Ox-rated! Dream night in Genk for Liverpool ace after injury nightmare Messi a man for all Champions League seasons – but will this really be Barcelona’s? Were he to leave Santiago Bernabeu, then Kubo could be fast-tracked towards a first-team stage.An 18-year-old forward who has been dubbed ‘the Japanese Messi’ has figured for Real in pre-season, but claims to be unaware of any deals going on around him.Quizzed after an outing against Bayern as to whether Bale has said goodbye to his team-mates, Kubo told reporters: “No, because he is here with us.”I don’t know what’s happening. I’m not the guy to have an opinion about this.”I just know that Bale is a great player.”For now, Kubo is focused on his own game.Having previously spent time in the famed La Masia academy system at Barcelona, there is now much attention being given to his return to Europe in Madrid.Kubo admits the focus on him is doing his cause few favours, adding: “I know what’s happening in my country.”People are a bit…”There is a lot of focus placed on me, and I don’t really like that. I do my thinking on the pitch.”Kubo made his bow for the Blancos against Bayern, but was unable to prevent Zinedine Zidane’s said from slipping to a 3-1 defeat in the International Champions Cup.”I’m very happy about my debut with Real Madrid, even though we lost and even though I always hate to lose,” he said.”My plan is to help the team as much as possible.”On the instructions he had been given by Zidane prior to entering the fray at half-time, Kubo added: “It was about pressing and playing quickly with one or two touches.”I feel comfortable in whatever zone they place me.”
COLLEGE STATION, TX – OCTOBER 08: The Texas A&M Aggies walk out to the field prior to the start of their game against the Tennessee Volunteers at Kyle Field on October 8, 2016 in College Station, Texas. (Photo by Scott Halleran/Getty Images)One of the top offensive lineman recruits in the country has made his college decision. He’s headed to the SEC.Kenyon Green, a five-star offensive tackle out of Texas, announced on Twitter late on Saturday that he’s committed to Texas A&M. He chose the Aggies over Alabama, Florida State, LSU, Michigan and several other programs.The top lineman had a simple message.“I’M HOME,” he wrote.I’M HOME ?? #Gigemgang19 pic.twitter.com/RMcGHtFF8x— BIG KEN ™ (@K_Green_01) June 2, 2018Green is a 6-foot-4, 317-pound offensive tackle. He’s ranked the No. 4 offensive tackle and No. 15 overall recruit in the 2019 class by 247Sports’ Composite Rankings.The offensive lineman is a Humble, Texas native. He’s ranked the No. 1 recruit in the state of Texas.Green is Texas A&M’s 13th commit in the 2019 class. The Aggies’ class is ranked the No. 2 class in the country.You can view Jimbo Fisher’s full 2019 crop of recruits here.
Next Indo-Asian News Service New DelhiAugust 30, 2019UPDATED: August 30, 2019 16:45 IST Sumit Nagal took the first set off Roger Federer at the US Open. (Getty Images)HIGHLIGHTSSumit Nagal had won the first set against Roger Federer at the US OpenNagal said he would now like to excel on his preferred surface that is clayNagal lost 6-4, 1-6, 2-6, 4-6 to Roger Federer in the opening roundRising India tennis star Sumit Nagal has said that his US Open first round match against Swiss great Roger Federer has helped him identify areas that he needs to improve upon. The 21-year-old from Haryana also said that clay was his preferred surface.Nagal breezed through the qualifiers to face the 20-time Grand Slam winner in the first round at the Arthur Ashe Stadium on Tuesday. He incredibly ended up winning the first set, but Federer took the next three to script a 4-6, 6-1, 6-2, 6-4 win.”When I got to know that Federer has to play a qualifier in the first round, I told my coach that I really want to qualify and face him,” Nagal told IANS.”After the qualifiers got over, I was getting my massage when my coach told me that I will be facing Federer. I was very happy. We had two days off and I couldn’t sleep because of the excitement. I didn’t make any changes to my training schedule though,” the Haryana lad said.Nagal said that he was able to win the first set because of his serve and some good play from the base line, but Federer made the necessary adjustments after that and won the match.”It doesn’t matter that I won a set, what matters is who won the match. In the first set I was serving very well and winning a lot of points from the baseline. He noticed this and started putting some pressure on me in the second set. He then started serving very well and pretty much took the game away from me,” he said.advertisementNagal also said that clay was his preferred surface, something that Federer himself had pointed out after the match. “I think his game is based on being really consistent, moving well, moving the ball around well. Sort of very much a clay-courter. That’s also the surface he’s basically played the entire year almost,” Federer had said.Nagal could not speak to Federer after the match as both players had to give interviews. When asked how he evaluated where he stood after the match, Nagal admitted that he needed improvement in all departments of the game.”You need to be very fit to play five-set matches. I have always been working on my fitness and I still need to do a lot more. It will take time,” he said.Nagal also said that the Virat Kohli Foundation has helped him a lot. “Tennis tends to be a very expensive sport. You need to travel to a lot of different places. The Virat Kohli Foundation has helped me a lot in this respect over the past three years,” he said.Also Read | Learnt a lot from Roger Federer, couldn’t have asked for a better match up: Sumit NagalAlso Read | I could barely sleep, couldn’t wait to face Roger Federer: Sumit Nagal to India TodayAlso SeeFor sports news, updates, live scores and cricket fixtures, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for Sports news, scores and updates.Get 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 byAnita Jat Tags :Follow Sumit NagalFollow US Open 2019Follow Roger Federer After Roger Federer face-off, Sumit Nagal wants to excel on claySumit Nagal face 20-time Grand Slam winner Roger Federer in his US Open main draw debut match. He incredibly ended up winning the first set, but Federer took the next three to script a 4-6, 6-1, 6-2, 6-4 win. advertisement
FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – Peace River Regional District Chair and Area ‘C’ Director Brad Sperling will be hosting a roundtable discussion for Regional District residents on Wednesday evening.Anyone in attendance will have the opportunity to ask questions on any topic that is the concerns of the Regional District. Wednesday’s round table will be taking place from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at the Charlie Lake Community Hall. All residents of Area C are invited to attend.
A 24-year-old Canadian soldier has made history as the first woman to lead the Changing of the Guard ceremony at Buckingham Palace in London.Captain Megan Couto, who serves in the 2nd Battalion, Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry, led her unit as it changed Queen Elizabeth II’s guards on Monday.Couto marked her first trip to London with the historic event.The role of Mounting The Queen’s Guard is usually tasked to the British Army’s Household Division which is comprised mostly men. Women has participated in the ceremony in the past but no female officer has served as captain.The Queen invited Canadians to take over some of the ceremonial duties in honour of Canada’s 150th birthday.The 2nd Battalion is based out of the Kapyong Barracks at CFB Shilo, Man. Watch as Canadian Soldier Captain Megan Couto becomes the first female ever to Captain The Queen’s Guard during Changing the Guard. pic.twitter.com/iSjgX98Eaz— The Royal Family (@RoyalFamily) June 26, 2017
Chrysler worker Mickey Rosete steps out of a Jeep for sale on a car lot Tuesday, Dec. 2, 2014, in San Diego. Black Friday promotions — coupled with falling gas prices, low-interest loans and hot new vehicles — drove U.S. auto sales higher in November, kicking off what’s expected to be a strong holiday season. Chrysler posted its best November in 13 years. (AP Photo/Gregory Bull) Black Friday deals, low gas prices draw US new car buyers in November AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email DETROIT – American shoppers passed on the malls and headed to the car dealerships over Thanksgiving weekend.Black Friday promotions — coupled with falling gas prices, low-interest loans and hot new vehicles — drove U.S. auto sales higher in November, kicking off what’s expected to be a strong holiday season.Subaru and Chrysler led the major automakers with sales increases around 20 per cent on strong demand for their small SUVs. It was Subaru’s best November ever and Chrysler’s best November in 13 years.General Motors, Toyota, Honda and Volkswagen also reported gains. Sales fell at Ford, Hyundai and Nissan.According to a National Retail Federation survey of 4,000 shoppers, sales were down 11 per cent to $50.9 billion over the four-day holiday compared to a year ago. A move by retailers to discount merchandise in the days and weeks before Thanksgiving appeared to cut down on store traffic over the holiday weekend.But that wasn’t the case with cars. Car-buying site Kelley Blue Book estimated that 25 to 30 per cent of November’s new vehicle sales happened over the holiday weekend thanks to a flurry of Black Friday promotions. Because the holiday came late in the month, buyers also benefited from dealers’ usual month-end sales push.New vehicle sales rose 5 per cent to 1.3 million, according to Autodata Corp. It was the second-fastest monthly sales pace this year, after August.Sales are on track to end the year at around 16.5 million, said Jesse Toprak, a senior analyst with Cars.com. That’s up 6 per cent from 2013.In November, buyers looking for really good deals could find them on outgoing 2014 models, while others snapped up 2015 models that are just arriving in dealerships, like the new Ford Mustang and Toyota Highlander.The sales were fueled by incentives, like zero-per cent financing on new Chevrolets and a $3,500 credit on a new BMW. But automakers still made healthy profits as buyers loaded their vehicles with extras like navigation. As of mid-November, buyers were spending an average of $30,874 per vehicle, or $165 more than the previous record of $30,709 in October, according to consulting firms J.D. Power and LMC Automotive.Low gas prices accelerated a trend toward SUVs. Gas prices fell 23 cents in November to a four-year low of $2.76 per gallon, according to AAA. Sales of the new Nissan Rogue small SUV jumped 44 per cent, while the Jeep Cherokee was up 67 per cent.The Honda CR-V small SUV saw its best November ever, with sales up 38 per cent to more than 32,000. It was the first time since June 2011 that an SUV outsold the perennial leader, the Toyota Camry sedan.Big SUVs were also hot; sales of the eight-passenger Lincoln Navigator were up 88 per cent.Cars struggled to get noticed. Ford Fusion sales dropped 11 per cent, while Nissan Altima sales were down 7 per cent. For the most part, only new cars like Volkswagen’s Golf subcompact and Chrysler’s 200 midsize sedan saw sales increases.“You have to be new to make progress in the car market right now,” said Michelle Krebs, a senior analyst with AutoTrader.com.The industry expects more of the same in December, which is always a big month for luxury sales. Trucks and SUVs normally get a seasonal boost in the winter, Toprak said, but this year low gas prices will amplify the increase.“It will probably the best December in many, many years,” Toprak said.GM’s sales rose 6 per cent to 226,000. Cadillac sales dropped 19 per cent, but Buick and GMC both saw double-digit gains.Toyota’s sales rose 3 per cent to 183,346 as its luxury Lexus brand posted its best November sales ever. But Prius hybrid sales dropped 13.5 per cent, a victim of lower fuel prices.Ford’s sales dropped 2 per cent to 187,000. Ford’s SUV sales were up 15 per cent, but sales F-150 pickup sales fell 10 per cent to 59,000 as older inventory dwindled and the new 2015 model began to trickle in to dealerships.Ford’s rivals took advantage. Ram pickup sales jumped 21 per cent to nearly 36,000, while GM sold nearly 69,000 Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra trucks. Sierra sales were up 57 per cent over last November.Other automakers that reported Tuesday:— Honda’s sales rose 5 per cent to 121,814. Honda’s car sales fell 2.5 per cent, but sales of the CR-V and Pilot SUVs were strong.— Nissan’s sales fell 3 per cent to 103,188. Truck and SUV sales were up but car sales weakened. Sales of the electric Leaf were up 34 per cent despite low gas prices.— Hyundai’s sales dropped 4 per cent to 53,672. Sales of the new Genesis sedan rose 57 per cent, but that didn’t make up for weaker sales of the Accent and Elantra small cars.— Subaru’s sales rose 24 per cent to 45,273. Sales of the new Legacy sedan nearly doubled from a year ago, while sales of the Outback wagon were up 60 per cent.— Volkswagen’s sales rose 3 per cent to 31,725 on strong sales of the new Golf subcompact. by Dee-Ann Durbin And Tom Krisher, The Associated Press Posted Dec 2, 2014 6:09 am MDT
Reptiles will do just about anything to stay in a comfortable spot: An alligator was recently taken away by animal control officers after it crawled up a patio and tried blending in with decorative furniture at a home near Charlotte, North Carolina.On Sunday, deputies responded to a report of an alligator that was discovered behind a residence in the Vintage Creek subdivision, according to a Facebook post shared by the Union County Sheriff’s Office. The Facebook post shows a photo of the reptile lounging near a wall and what appears to be a wicker couch. Georgia Man Catches Gigantic 14-Foot AlligatorHunters Catch ‘Monster’ 13-Foot Alligator in Mississippi River According to officials, the alligator was approximately three feet in length and weighed up to 15 pounds. Deputies are still unsure of how the alligator ended up in the area, since alligators are not native to Charlotte, North Carolina, The Charlotte Observer reported.Patrol and animal control deputies safely removed the alligator from the home and it was taken to an animal shelter, where North Carolina wildlife officers were scheduled to assume custody of it.More on Geek.com:Game Wardens Find Dead, Mutilated Alligator in Texas LakeFlorida Man Pries Alligator’s Jaws Open to Rescue Dog, Gets BittenWatch: Alligator Crosses Road as Vultures Follow in Florida Stay on target
A transient man was sentenced Monday to 27 1/2 years in prison in the July 2017 fatal shooting of an acquaintance in Vancouver’s Arnold Park.William D. Peek, 29, pleaded guilty in May in Clark County Superior Court to second-degree murder with a firearm enhancement. The prosecution and defense jointly recommended a sentence of about 25 years in prison as part of the plea agreement.Originally, Peek faced first-degree murder in the death of Cody O’Brien, 25, of Battle Ground. In explaining his reason for the longer-than-recommended sentence, Judge Daniel Stahnke cited the vulnerability of O’Brien, who had developmental disabilities, according to O’Brien’s family, due to hydrocephalus, a build-up of fluid on the brain.O’Brien’s mother, stepmother, father and grandfather spoke at Monday’s hearing. Some family members wore Seattle Seahawks T-shirts with the phrase “For Cody” written on the back. At the end of her statement, Darla O’Brien shared photos of her son with Peek and Stahnke.On the day of the shooting, Cody O’Brien believed he was going to help Peek with a car issue, according to O’Brien’s family.“He was easily manipulated by people, which followed him into adulthood,” Darla O’Brien said. “William Peek figured out that he would be easy prey.”
MIAMI (WSVN) – Miami-Dade County officials honored the first woman to lead the Miami Gardens Police Department, Tuesday.Miami-Dade Police Division Chief Delma Noel-Pratt received a proclamation at the Stephen P. Clark Center in Downtown Miami.“Thank you, Mayor Carlos Gimenez and Deputy Mayor Russel Benford, for this proclamation,” Noel-Pratt said. “I’m elated to be here before this wonderful audience and this great board of county commissioners.”Noel-Pratt has served South Florida for nearly 25 years, beginning her career as an officer in 1993.“Chief, congratulations,” Gimenez said. “I know that the City of Miami Gardens made a great choice in promoting you.”She will begin her new post on May 1.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
Jatiya Oikya Front convenor Kamal Hossain. File PhotoGano Forum president Kamal Hossain on Wednesday alleged that farmers are not getting the fair prices of paddy due to the lack of an agricultural policy and government’s ‘irresponsibility’, reports UNB.”It’s unimaginable that farmers are being punished for bountiful paddy production. They’re now being forced to set fire to paddy fields for not getting the fair prices of their produces. This crisis is created as the government has no agricultural policy,” he said.Speaking at a press conference arranged by Gano Forum at the National Press Club, Kamal also said farmers are unable to recoup their production cost by selling the paddy they produced due to the ‘failure and irresponsibility’ of the government.”They (govt) are showing irresponsibility towards all the sectors. We can call it as an irresponsible government. They’ve no sense of responsibility for farmers and the country’s citizens. Their irresponsible attitude is the key reason behind the crisis in the agriculture sector,” he said.The Gano Forum chief also said the government has no statistics about the number of farmers and their production capacity as it did not conduct any agricultural census.Describing the government as an unelected one, he said people have no confidence in it. “People also need to understand that they’re now paying heavy prices for bearing such an unelected government.”Kamal said the current government is ignoring the country’s people by imposing its rule on them by violating the constitution. “It’s now imperative to install a representative government through a fair election as quick as possible.”He called upon people to get united to restore democracy and overcome the current situation in the country.Gano Forum executive president professor Abu Sayeed placed some recommendations for ensuring the fair prices of paddy for formers and overcoming the current crisis.The party’s proposals include procuring paddy directly from farmers by setting up procurement centres at different hart-bazaars at the union level, introducing modern marketing system, diversifying crops, providing incentives to farmers, introducing crop insurance and giving farmers soft and low-interest loans.Gano Forum general secretary Reza Kibria said the government should remove the middlemen’s interference in procuring paddy by procuring the crop directly from farmers.
Attend this free webinar and learn how you can maximize efficiency while getting the most critical things done right. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. 4 min read January 6, 2017 Entrepreneur is on the ground at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show. Check back for highlights from the event as well as insights from thought leaders and innovators. My first day at CES was insane. I saw so much technology at CES, it was mind-numbing. This show is an overload — in the very best way. It’s a mob! I don’t know what took me so long. If you’re not at CES, you’re out of it.The booths that were packed and loud were very interactive. They had to be to stand out in this tech-obsessed crowd. The products upstairs — like 3D printers and smart watches — weren’t exactly revolutionary. These were more or less proven moneymakers. It was corporate.But the atmosphere downstairs was different. It was intense. The startups there are battling it out to eventually make it big and move upstairs, which I can’t help but love. They’re out there in the aisles, hustling. Fighting tool and nail to get noticed. These are my people. When something was hot, it was obvious, because the cameras were out. Some booths were three or four persons deep the entire day.Related: 9 Must-See Products at CESThese were the products that caught my eye the most:1. Holographic technology from Kino-mo Image Credit: Stephen KeyHolograms are here! And they are amazingly cool, especially Kino-mo. The company creates holographic technology to be used in advertising. This London-based company’s one-sentence benefit statement: Take your logo to the moon. And they definitely did that at CES.The booth I checked was for Hypervision, Kino-mo’s “holo-displays.” You can think of them like holograms, because that’s what they look like but less costly. That said, so far the holo-displays have been used by brands like Aston Martin, Intel, and Samsung for advertising.Someone on the team had been smart enough to mount the holograms high enough, so that they could easily be seen from a distance, which meant their booth was packed all day long. I must have walked by six times.The visuals themselves were vividly bright and looked as if they were floating. You had to pull your phone out.2. Sam’s Curious Cars from SAM Labs Image Credit: Stephen KeyI really dug SAM, an innovative new toy from UK-based startup SAM Labs that “allows kids to start building and creating in a really fun and intuitive way,” Morten B. Hagen, head of sales and marketing, told me. Using SAM’s small wireless building blocks and app, children can build and program their own inventions.When Hagen said, “You can think of it like Lego from the future,” within less than 15 seconds, I was sold. That’s a great benefit statement!Related: Artificial Intelligence Now Has a Voice, But Security Challenges Loom3. Magic Instruments high-tech guitarImage Credit: Stephen KeyDeveloped by a Julliard-trained musician, I was told anyone can play it. Officially, on their marketing materials, it’s “quick to play and fun to learn.” Interesting! The company graduated from Y Combinator in winter 2016 and raised $415,000 in pre-orders on Indiegogo.4. 3Dvarius high-end electric violinImage Credit: 3D VariusThis product was wild. Taking several hundred hours to hand-make in France, it marketed itself as a “combination of the latest technologies with ancient violin-making skills.” Customized and adopted to the user’s body, it was eye-catching and even more fun to watch the gentleman doing the demo wail on it. Related: No More Bad Hair Days With This Smart HairbrushI’ve been to a lot of trade shows but none that have been so interactive. Much of what I saw downstairs was pre-production and had gone or planned on going the crowdfunding route with Indiegogo and Amazon Launchpad’s presence felt. Register Now » Free Webinar | Sept 5: Tips and Tools for Making Progress Toward Important Goals
Share Travelweek Group Thursday, September 22, 2016 Posted by Tags: Contiki TORONTO — Contiki’s Limited Edition Summer Series, part of its main 2017-18 Europe program, offers three unique trip styles: Munch (food), SNAP (photography) and Boutique Local, focused on going local in style with accommodations in boutique hotels.The three new trips have limited departures, with just two dates for Munch and SNAP, and three departures of Boutique Local running throughout summer 2017. Plans are underway to expand the series and departures further into 2018 and beyond.“The Limited Edition Summer Series is a testament to Contiki’s continued innovation,” said Sheralyn Berry, Director of Sales at Contiki Holidays Canada. “We might have 55 years in the business but we are always improving our brand and product. We know our consumers, we know their desires and their behaviours, and this collection is a direct result of that insight. We know they’ll absolutely love this product.”From learning how to take the best selfie at night with an experienced Instagrammer in Prague to noshing on Bouillabaisse in Aix-en-Provence, here are the three new Limited Edition Summer Series trips:BOUTIQUE LOCAL – 12 days, boutique accommodation and curated experiences. The boutique local trips are about getting up close and local with the coolest neighbourhoods of Spain and Portugal, visiting amazing restaurants, trendy local bars and generally getting the insider ticket to Salamanca, Madrid, Lisbon, Porto, Bilbao and Barcelona.SNAP – 9 days, Trip manager & Instagrammer guides and once in a lifetime photo opportunities. SNAP is the Limited Edition Summer Series itinerary for those who combine a love of travel with a love of photography. Led by one of Contiki’s expert Trip Managers and an experienced Instagrammer to share tips and tricks for getting the perfect shot, SNAP will visit the Instagram gems of Salzburg, Prague, Berlin, Venice and Ljubljana.MUNCH – 9 days, Trip Manager and Foodie influencer guides and amazing gastronomic experiences. Munch takes travellers on a gastronomic journey through Nice, Aix-en-Provence, Barcelona, Milan, Florence and Bologna. Cooking classes, pasta making, Tuscan dinners, market tours and wine making are all included, and a dream team of Contiki Trip Manager and a foodie social influencer is on hand to ensure only the most delicious establishments are visited.More news: Flights cancelled as British Airways hit by computer problemContiki’s full suite of Limited Edition Summer Series trips is available for sale now. The three trips are eligible for the Early Payment Discount’ of 10% (a savings of up to $820) for bookings made by Jan. 12, 2017. Contiki’s themed 2017 summer trips focus on food, photography, local experiences << Previous PostNext Post >>
TORONTO – When theatre groups turn to choreographer Siobhan Richardson for help, it’s usually because they’re looking to stage a convincing brawl or scuffle.But once that’s done, the Toronto-based performer says it’s not uncommon for the director to pull her aside to consult on staging a kiss or a kinky sex scene that is respectful to the actors.Richardson eventually realized there was a new role for her to play: as an intimacy coach for directors and actors unsure of how to navigate sexually charged performances.As stunning harassment allegations engulf one of Canada’s most prominent theatre companies, she says it’s a skill set that’s become increasingly necessary.“Pretty much every actor you talk to has some story of how they were surprised on stage, surprised in rehearsal — and the terms I’m using are in some cases euphemistic,” says Richardson, also an actress, singer and dancer who was born in Kitchener, Ont., and is now based in Toronto.“Rather than surprised (they) are assaulted on stage…. There’s a certain expectation of, ‘I have to know how to deal with sexual harassment and sexual assault.”An intimacy coach specializes in how to stage scenes that might involve nudity, sexuality, sexual violence and sexual tension. It can be as clinically precise as plotting out body movements such as hand positions and eyeline. But coaches can also help actors distance a steamy performance from personal anxieties and protect themselves physically and psychologically from unwanted contact.In tackling her first sex scene for a Fringe show last summer, Toronto director Claren Grosz turned to Richardson for help in making her cast feel comfortable.She notes that sex scenes can be especially revealing of an actor’s personal predilections — they’re often improvised and can unfold with few concrete instructions from a director, who might also be uncertain.“Everyone has their own personal little bubble of what they think is sexy or what they think is OK or what they think is weird and that’s not what you should be bringing into the rehearsal hall,” says Grosz.“It’s not about you personally and your case — it’s about the character and so that is when an intimacy director comes in and takes out your personal (opinions) so that you’re not putting your own vulnerability on the line.”The field is still little-known and relatively rarely used, says Richardson, but she believes it can play an important part in addressing inappropriate behaviour by establishing clear guidelines about expectations and personal boundaries.And these boundaries are constantly crossed, say Richardson and Grosz, who did not find the recent allegations surrounding Soulpepper Theatre Company especially surprising.Four actresses are suing the Toronto company and its founding artistic director Albert Schultz for sexual harassment. Schultz resigned last week amid allegations he groped them, exposed himself, pressed against them, or otherwise behaved inappropriately.None of their allegations have been tested in court and neither Schultz nor Soulpepper have filed a statement of defence. Schultz said he will “vigorously defend” himself against the allegations.Richardson is honing her skills under the tutelage of intimacy coach Tonia Sina, a former fight director from Oklahoma City, Okla., who developed her own method of choreographing intimate scenes.Richardson is a co-founder of Sina’s group Intimacy Directors International, and regularly holds workshops and classes for emerging actors and students. She says the emotional dangers of intimate scenes are generally not addressed by most acting schools.Too often, actors are left to improvise or figure out how to tackle the scenes themselves. She says it’s not unheard of for a director to tell actors to “make it hotter” with more rehearsal.“Which isn’t really rehearsing, right? It’s just two people making out in a corner. That does sometimes happen,” says Richardson, who last year assisted Sina on a steamy Stratford Festival performance of “Bakkhai,” an interpretation of the ancient Greek tragedy “The Bacchae.”“If you think about it, nothing else in the show is improvised so why is this moment improvised? And it’s a moment of high drama, high emotion.”An intimacy coach will establish a common vocabulary for everyone to refer to and a scale to denote the various levels of intimacy or arousal. This helps ensure all parties are on the same page and that there are no surprises that can be awkward or even traumatic.“For people who are survivors of assault already it can be quite triggering. One of the things that can result from that is that the actor shuts down in a way that the work onstage can’t be as honest because there’s a part of them unable or unwilling to commit to this work,” she notes.Richardson’s colleague Alicia Rodis says there’s growing demand for this work in film and TV productions as well, where the cost of filming can add even more pressure to an actor.“I myself have been in situations both on camera and on stage,” says Rodis, based in New York.“And when you have 20 people behind a camera looking at you saying, ‘You’re doing this now,’ you have that pressure, that high pressure of just (saying), ‘OK.’ Because even if it is communicated to you or not you are just told: ‘Well, are you a professional?’ Then you’re going to do your job and you’re going to do what they ask you.” by Cassandra Szklarski, The Canadian Press Posted Jan 9, 2018 8:05 am PDT Last Updated Jan 10, 2018 at 6:00 am PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Theatre world calling in intimacy coaches to guide actors through sex scenes Intimacy coach Siobhan Richardson, left, works with Dainty Smith and Julia Matias in rehearsals of Serenity Wild at Summerworks Performance Festival in Toronto in this August 2017 handout photo. 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the shooter’s widow Noor Salman was acquitted on charges of aiding and abetting him and obstructing justice The jury foreman pointed to inconsistencies in the FBI’s accounts of the disputed admissions that agents said Salman had made according to the Orlando Sentinel The judge also scolded the government after an FBI agent contradicted the government’s earlier claims that Salman and Mateen had cased the club The concerns about FBI testimony in a major terrorist prosecution underscore a larger question: Are people less likely to believe what the bureau says these days In January a federal judge threw out all the criminal charges against renegade Nevada cattleman Cliven Bundy his two sons and a supporter who had been in an armed standoff over unpaid grazing fees Judge Gloria Navarro accused the government of “outrageous” and “flagrant” misconduct citing failures by both prosecutors and the FBI to produce at least 1000 pages of required documents The judge said the FBI misplaced–or “perhaps hid”–a thumb drive revealing the existence of snipers and a surveillance camera at the site of the standoff A related case in Oregon growing out of the 2016 takeover of a wildlife refuge by Bundy’s sons and their followers has not gone well for the FBI either An agent at the scene W Joseph Astarita is now charged with five criminal counts after prosecutors say he falsely denied shooting twice at an occupation leader who was fatally shot by police who said he appeared to be reaching for his handgun during a roadside encounter The Bundy sons and five supporters who helped in the takeover were found not guilty of conspiracy and weapons charges in another jarring setback for the government Some legal experts and defense advocates see the string of recent not guilty verdicts as a sign that jurors and judges are less inclined to take what the FBI says in court at face value Data examined by TIME support that conclusion The number of convictions in FBI-led investigations dropped last year for the fifth consecutive year–from 11461 in 2012 to 10232 according to Syracuse University data which was obtained under Freedom of Information Act requests Moreover TIME’s analysis shows a surprisingly low rate of success for the thousands of cases the FBI investigates and sends to the Justice Department for possible prosecution Over that same time period the Justice Department has ultimately won convictions in fewer than half the cases the FBI referred for prosecution with a conviction rate of 47% last year the data showed That fell well below the average of 72% for all agencies Prosecutors themselves have rejected many of the FBI’s referrals before they ever got to court The bureau’s low success rate in these cases has remained largely unchanged in recent years Federal prosecutors still win the bulk of the thousands of cases they choose to bring based on FBI investigations Justice Department spokesman Ian Prior says a variety of factors could play into the drop in prosecutions and convictions over the last five years including “de-emphasizing” some crimes under Obama-era policies and cutbacks in prosecutors in recent years Prior says that “judging the performance of the FBI based on a minuscule sample of cherry-picked cases” ignores its thousands of annual convictions Gina Nichols a nurse in Minnesota says she never had strong impressions one way or the other about the FBI until her daughter Maggie Nichols who was a member of the national gymnastics team reported three years ago that team physician Larry Nassar had molested her Gina waited anxiously for the FBI to contact her and interview Maggie But no one did so for nearly a year as the case languished among different FBI field offices in Indianapolis Detroit and Los Angeles Nassar is believed to have molested dozens of additional victims over the course of that year “It makes you sick” Gina tells TIME “I have a child who was sexually abused for 2½ years by an Olympic doctor and the FBI did nothing” The FBI has opened an internal inquiry to determine why the Nassar investigations appear to have dragged on for so long John Manly a Southern California lawyer representing many of the women says he is angry that no one from the FBI has contacted the victims to explain the delay “Knowing that the best law-enforcement agency in the world knew exactly what he was up to and did nothing–I can’t explain that to them” Manly says “You’ve got people who were really hurt here so fix it” he says Perhaps the easiest problems to address are the internal lapses Experts say putting assets and management attention back to work on cyber counterintelligence and traditional crime after Mueller shifted them to counterterrorism would help “There’s an overextension of the mission” says Brian Levin a professor of criminal justice at California State University San Bernardino who has worked with the FBI Most of Horowitz’s reports include measures the FBI can take to address their problems including stricter rules for investigating polygraph test failures and training to protect whistle-blowers A failure of imagination is harder to fix Mueller’s Russia probe has found that Moscow’s operation against the 2016 election first got under way in 2014 but the FBI failed to grasp the scope and danger of what was unfolding The bureau missed the significance of the damaging 2015 hack of the DNC database And when the Russian operation began to heat up in the summer of 2016 the FBI was always a step behind the Russians struggling to understand intelligence reports they were getting about possible connections between Moscow and Trump aides The bureau also sat on the disputed “dossier” prepared by former British intelligence officer Christopher Steele A report released on April 27 by Republicans on the House Intelligence Committee found that the FBI was slow to confront the election meddling especially in its failure to notify US victims of Russian hacking quickly enough The committee also charged that the bureau’s decision to surveil former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page was influenced by politics At the same time the GOP has pointed to text messages between FBI special agent Peter Strzok and FBI lawyer Lisa Page which were critical of Trump–as well as many Democrats–to argue the bureau is fundamentally biased FBI Director Wray says the bureau has started “specific activities” to prevent election meddling by Moscow but outsiders worry that the US remains vulnerable this fall and beyond The most important thing the FBI can do to fix itself Follow its own rules In his handling of the Clinton email probe ahead of the 2016 election Comey acted without telling the Justice Department what he planned to do Comey is expected to come under fire in the upcoming IG report for breaking with Justice Department rules and norms by assuming authority usually held by prosecutors and speaking in public about a case that did not produce criminal charges sources with knowledge of the report tell TIME He will likely also be criticized for weighing in so close to the election in a way that could impact the outcome sources familiar with the investigation say On his book tour Comey has defended his decisions as the best way out of a bad situation Facing what he called “a series of no-win decisions” Comey says he did what he thought was necessary and transparent to protect the integrity of both the FBI and the legal process in such a high-profile case As he faces the crises at the FBI Wray has told his senior aides to “keep calm and tackle hard” Asked if recent misconduct cases concern Wray FBI spokeswoman Jacqueline Maguire said the bureau’s 36000 employees “are held to the highest standards of conduct–but as in any large organization there may be occasions when an employee exercises poor judgment or engages in misconduct” While she declined to discuss specific cases Maguire said claims of misconduct are “taken seriously [and] investigated thoroughly” leading to discipline when needed At FBI headquarters agents and supervisors say they are keeping their heads down and focusing on their investigations But the building is literally crumbling around them–Comey kept in his office a slab of concrete that had fallen off the side Designs for a new complex were scrapped in February Visible across Pennsylvania Avenue from the main entrance with J Edgar Hoover’s tarnished name above it is the gleaming gold-plated sign on the newly renovated Trump International Hotel Trump’s attacks on the FBI have been filled with inaccuracies and innuendo wrongly claiming on Twitter for instance that McCabe was in charge of the Clinton email investigation Trump makes a point of praising rank-and-file agents but his punches have landed inside the FBI and out Some worry the damage may take years to repair “I fear Trump’s relentless attacks on the institution are having an effect on the public’s confidence in the FBI” says Matthew S Axelrod a senior Justice Department official in the Obama Administration Mueller may play an outsize role in how his old agency gets through the current crisis If the special counsel finds that Russia did collude with members of the Trump campaign–the central question in his investigation–and any perpetrators are charged and found guilty in court it would rebut Trump’s charges of a “witch hunt” If Mueller finds no evidence of collusion or declines to make it public it would open the door for Trump and his campaign to paint the FBI as a band of partisan hacks with a reputation as he has tweeted “in tatters” There may be no immediate way to fix a place with as many missions and masters as the FBI One official asked what it would take for the FBI to move past all the controversy paused and said simply “Time” Many hope that the extraordinary confluence of events that drew the FBI into the 2016 election will prove to be as Comey called it “a 500-year flood” that won’t repeat itself anytime soon Others are doubtful Jeffrey Danik a retired FBI agent in Florida who now works with whistle-blowers at the bureau blames the state of affairs on “a severe lack of leadership” and transparency at headquarters in owning up to recent mistakes Those damaging failures he says “have just about pushed our incredible organization over the brink” For now everyone inside and out who cares about the reliability of law enforcement in America is left hoping that the bureau has at least started on the road back Contact us at editors@timecom This appears in the May 14 2018 issue of TIME000 factory workers who dont have desks or personal computers. but that’s the last thing we want to do. 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