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RORY KAVANAGH RETIRES FROM INTER-COUNTY FOOTBALL

first_imgRory Kavanagh in action for St Eunan’s. He will continue to captain his clubONE of our longest-serving county players won’t don the Donegal colours again.Rory Kavanagh announced today that family and work commitments has forced him to leave the Donegal squad.The school teacher and St Eunan’s Club captain will still play for his club this year. The 32-year-old represented Donegal through thick and thin for 14 years, making 132 appearances for his county – 49 of them in the Championship.The crowning glory of his year was in 2012 when he picked up both an All-Ireland medal and a county championship medal with St Eunan’s. RORY KAVANAGH RETIRES FROM INTER-COUNTY FOOTBALL was last modified: January 15th, 2015 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:donegalretirementRory Kavanaghlast_img read more

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Vid.ly Makes Streaming Video Work on Any Device

first_img8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting audrey watters Tags:#Video Services#web Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic…center_img A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Despite all the talk of the explosion in online video, playing it can be an incredibly frustrating experience due to the incompatibilities between the various video formats and devices.A new service from Encoding.com launches today that seeks to address this with a simple new service to make a video playable on a variety of mobile devices: Vid.ly.With Vid.ly, you upload a video once, and the service “does the heavy lifting for you,” transcoding it to 14 formats and making it compatible with most modern devices. You can also give Vid.ly a link to an FTP, Amazon S3, or Cloud file.From there, Vid.ly makes it easy to share the video with others as it provides a short URL. Those that click on it will be served the video file compatible with the device they’re using. You can also embed the code on your website to the same end – people can stream your movies no matter if they’re on a Blackberry or an iPad.Vid.ly certainly addresses one of the major pain points of watching and delivering video content online, and Encoding.com says it will launch a Pro version in the coming months that will offer API access. Related Posts last_img read more

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10 months agoWatford midfielder Doucoure rules out Marseille move

first_imgWatford midfielder Doucoure rules out Marseille moveby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveWatford midfielder Abdoulaye Doucoure has ruled out a move to Olympique Marseille.Doucoure has talked up a January move to PSG in the last 24 hours.But asked about Marseille, Doucoure told RMC: “No OM no, it does not interest me at all. “Marseille already contacted me at the time with my agent, there were some tracks, it did not really interest me at the time, because I really wanted to move to England. “Marseille, it’s still a big French club, but as I said, my heart club is PSG and then that’s it.” TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more

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ESPN Releases Preseason ‘Football Power Index’ Ratings

first_imgESPN's Football Power Index. Twitter/@bobarcher1Twitter/@bobarcher1We’re still over six months away from the start of the 2015 college football season, but it’s never too early to start debating which teams have the best shot at reaching the second College Football Playoff. While most fans believe that Ohio State has a great shot at repeating as national champion, there will be plenty of challengers. ESPN has already put together its Preseason FPI Ratings – which is basically an estimate of team strength (more on that here). Not surprisingly, the Buckeyes check in at No. 1, with Alabama sitting at No. 2. It may shock some fans to see LSU at No. 3 and Baylor at No. 4, however. Here are the top 25 schools, per ESPN. You can see the entire list here – all 128 teams are ranked.1. Ohio State 2. Alabama 3. LSU 4. Baylor 5. Oregon 6. TCU 7. Notre Dame 8. Ole Miss 9. Georgia 10. Arkansas 11. Texas A&M 12. UCLA 13. USC 14. Tennessee 15. Oklahoma 16. Michigan State 17. Stanford 18. Auburn 19. Clemson 20. Arizona State 21. Florida State 22. Mississippi State 23. Georgia Tech 24. Missouri 25. Virginia TechSome other surprises? Notre Dame, despite a quarterback controversy, sits at No. 7. Arkansas and Texas A&M – two teams that did not finish with winning records in the SEC West – come in at No. 10 and No. 11. And in total, there are 10 SEC teams in the top 25.last_img read more

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World Cancer Day Message from the Hon. Dr. Fenton Ferguson, Minister of Health

first_imgCancer is a leading cause of death worldwide and accounted for 7.6 million deaths, which is around 13% of all deaths in 2008. Seventy percent of all cancer related deaths occur in low- and middle-income countries such as Jamaica. In Jamaica, cancer is one of the top five causes of death in our population. According to data from the Registrar General’s Department, in 2010, 3198, Jamaicans died due to cancer. The three most common types of cancer that kill Jamaican men are prostate, lung and colorectal and for women they are breast, cervix and colorectal cancer. In 2009, there were 4,315 discharges from Government hospitals, including UHWI, for Cancer. On World Cancer Day this year, the Ministry of Health is joining with the World Health Organization and supporting the International Union Against Cancer to urge persons to get the facts about cancers. This year will focus on Target 5 of the World Cancer Declaration: Dispel damaging myths and misconceptions about cancer, under the tagline “Cancer – Did you know?”. The myths that we must work towards dispelling are Myth 1: “Cancer is just a health issue”; Myth 2: “Cancer is a disease of the wealthy, elderly and developed countries”; Myth 3: “Cancer is a death sentence”; and Myth 4: “Cancer is my fate”. The truth is that cancer has wide reaching social, economic and development implications. Approximately 47% of cancers and 55% of related deaths occur in less developed regions of the world. Its impact on persons also threatens the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals and the disease has been branded both a cause and outcome of poverty. There is no specific age group that is affected; the disease affects persons from all age and socio-economic groups. The good news is that the development and improvement in medical technology and treatment methods have resulted in successful treatment of many cancers and so the disease is no longer considered a death sentence. More than 30% of cancers could be prevented and cured if detected early and treated adequately. Tobacco use is the most preventable cause of cancer in the world. In Jamaica, Cancer Prevention and Control has been afforded priority attention in view of the rapidly increasing trend globally and locally in the prevalence of cancers. A National Technical Working Group/Task Force on Cancer Prevention and Control has been put in place to develop that component of the National Strategic Plan for the Prevention and Control of Non-communicable Diseases in Jamaica 2012 – 2017. As a priority of this Government, work has already begun towards improving cancer care. In November last year, we officially opened the Ambulatory Chemotherapy Unit at the Kingston Public Hospital which is the first of its kind at the KPH and will provide enhanced care for cancer patients, while improving treatment and diagnostic services for increased survival and recovery. Sixty one patients were treated in the unit at KPH in November and that number increased to 101 in December. If we are going to tackle this problem we must work together; all of government not just the Ministry of Health, civil society, persons living with and affected by cancer, private sector and academia are required to ensure the effective prevention and control of NCDs. Some of the ways we can prevent cancer is by not smoking, sticking to a healthy diet, becoming more physically active, visiting our doctor to assess our cancer risk and getting screened. I urge all Jamaicans to join me in this fight, get the facts about cancer and begin the quest to a healthier lifestyle as your commitment this World Cancer Day. Hon. Dr. Fenton Ferguson Minister of Healthlast_img read more

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First Nations optimistic yet fearful a year after Mount Polley disaster

first_imgAPTN National NewsThis past Wednesday marked the one-year anniversary of the massive Mount Polley environmental disaster in British Columbia.Millions of cubic metres of waste rushed into the surrounding lakes and streams. People’s lives were turned upside down. They feared for their health and jobs.Members of the local First Nation communities are both cautiously optimistic and fearful.The leadership has united and is demanding sweeping industry reforms.APTN’s Rob Smith has the story.last_img read more

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Oxygenics brings your favorite Star Wars characters to your bathroom

first_imgAdvertisement Meet R2-D2 and Darth Vader in showerhead form! With a new Star Wars movie on the horizon, the two characters are now finally fully operational. You can now buy Star Wars showerheads to spice up your morning routine.The R2-D2 version is the droid in full form fixed to your shower line. Vader, though, is just the helmet with a proper handle beneath running to a flexible, long hose. Both are pocked with holes, with Vader again being more notable, as his eyes are giant dark voids.Both products are from Oxygenics, and both come with three different settings for adjusting the water flow. Other shared features include anti-clog nozzles, and a 2 gallons-per-minute flow rate. The biggest difference is that R2 is a fixed shower head, while Vader is attached to a hose, and easily becomes a more convenient handheld sprayer. – Advertisement – Vader version, however, costs $30 which is five dollars more than R2 at $25.Source: Toylandlast_img read more

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Infinix Uganda Holds a MeetandGreet Party For their Infinix Lucky Winners

first_imgAdvertisement During the Kilimall Kenya Black Friday media conference, Infinix Mobility announced that they had made an exclusive deal with online shopping platform; Kilimall Uganda to launch the Infinix NOTE3 and HOT4 in Uganda market on it’s Black Friday that happened last month.Already launched in Kenya and Nigeria, the launch on Kilimall Uganda promised to excite Infinix fans with Kilimall Uganda being the only online store to sale smartphones. On November 21st the two clients; Kilimall Uganda and Infinix Mobility partnered to launch the Infinix Note 3 and Infinix Hot 4 in the Ugandan market.On Saturday, Infinix Uganda together with Kilimall Uganda, hosted a meet-and-greet party with customers who have recently won, purchased and used their Infinix Hot 4 and Infinix Note3 phones, dubbed under the #Hashtag #UgInfinixHangout at Sky Lounge.  – Advertisement – Generally, the hangout gathered these customers who have used the Infinix smartphones to give their opinon of what they liked about the phones and what can be done to prove them. During the discussion session, most of the users said they liked the RAM and Camera more.#UGInfinixhangout1 of 8 Some of the Infinixer who have purchased and used the Infinix smartphones. (Photo By: Nathan Ernest Olupot) Mr. Carter; Managing Director Infinix Mobility in Uganda and Kenya. (Photo By: Nathan Ernest Olupot) Some of the Infinixer who have purchased and used the Infinix smartphones. (Photo By: Nathan Ernest Olupot) (Right) Chengyang Wang; Managing Director at Kilimall Uganda having a chat with one of the Infinix user. (Photo By: Nathan Ernest Olupot) Infinix lucky winners take a group with (3rd left behind Row) MD Kilimall Uganda and (3rd Right front row) MD Infinix Mobility Uganda and Kenya.As the discussions further went on, the organizers also held games where winners walked away with smart watches. Among some of the questions, Users were asked to each give the full specs for the type of Infinix smartphone they had. They were also asked to compare the Infinix smartphones to other smartphones they had such as; the itel1516 Plus, Samsung J8, to name a few.[related-posts]Full Specs of the Infinix Hot 4 and Infinix Note 3SpecsInfinix Hot 4Infinix Note 3Display5.5 Inch Super Amoled.12 Ultra-Bright backlight LEDs.6.0 Inch Full HD IPS.PlatformAndroid 6.0 Marshmallow.Android 6.0 Marshmallow.Storage2GB RAM.16GB ROM.Expandable Slot of 32GB.2GB RAM.16GB ROM.Expandable Slot of 128GBProcessorMediaTek 6580 Quad-core.1.3GHz Octa-core.CameraRear: 8MP.Front: 5MP.Rear: 13MP.Front: 5MP.Battery4000mAh.4500mAh.Sim TypeDual SIM.Dual SIM.Network Supported2G/3G.2G/3G/4G.last_img read more

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Study 5000 Is the SelfDriving Car Sweet Spot

first_img 2 min read Free Webinar | Sept 5: Tips and Tools for Making Progress Toward Important Goals Tom Brant This story originally appeared on PCMag Attend this free webinar and learn how you can maximize efficiency while getting the most critical things done right. An academic study suggests people are willing to pay just around $5,000 more for fully autonomous cars than typical vehicles. Add to Queue Study: $5,000 Is the Self-Driving Car Sweet Spot Sometimes it’s tough to make sense of the hodgepodge of technologies that currently describe the “self-driving car” buzzword, from lane departure warning systems all the way up to Tesla Autopilot, not to mention industry jargon like “Level 5 automation.”So why not organize autonomous driving technologies by how much people think they’re worth? That’s what a group of economists and engineers tried to do in a paper published in March, CNET reports. The model suggests that on average, Americans are willing to pay a $3,500 premium for a partially automated car and a $4,900 premium for a fully automated one. For comparison, $4,900 for full automation is very similar to what Tesla charges for its most advanced Autopilot, which costs a little over $5,000.The researchers’ model is based on interviews with 27 potential car buyers in New York City and upstate New York. As you might expect, just four of the New York City residents drove a car every day, while all of the 15 upstate New Yorkers commuted via car daily. The two groups perceived similar benefits from self-driving cars, from increased productivity and safety to easier and quicker parking.After crunching the numbers, the researchers found a fairly even segmentation of the demand for automation: about one-third of people are keenly interested and willing to pay $10,000 or more for self-driving features, one-third are ambivalent and the remainder isn’t willing to pay for automation at any price.As the researchers note, however, one of the key problems with such a study is that it’s based on a hypothetical purchase scenario: their study participants weren’t actually buying a car, and even if they were, there are very few models on the market that come with full automation on the level of the Tesla Autopilot.Still, it’s good to establish a peer-reviewed benchmark for how much self-driving tech should cost at this early stage in its development. If it follows the cheapening pattern of most other technology (and the government continues to urge its inclusion in new cars), you might one day be able to do yoga in your Toyota Corolla on the highway for far less than $5,000.center_img May 10, 2017 –shares Self-Driving Cars Image credit: Tesla via PC Mag Next Article News reporter Register Now »last_img read more

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What to Expect at Apple WWDC 2017

first_imgApple This story originally appeared on PCMag 2019 Entrepreneur 360 List June 5, 2017 The only list that measures privately-held company performance across multiple dimensions—not just revenue. Add to Queue Apple’s annual Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) kicks off Monday in San Jose, where we expect to hear about the new versions of iOS and MacOS, and perhaps One More Thing.We’ll have hands-on coverage from the event floor that day, but for now, here are some of the most prominent rumors and likely announcements making the rounds in the lead up to the keynote.iOS 11 and MacOS 10.13The only true surefire bets for WWDC are new versions of Apple’s mobile and computer software platforms. Most Apple consumers will end up with some or all of the announced features depending on which products they use, and developers are eager to hear what they’ll have to work with, so these will be the stars of the show.Expect the usual updates to core apps like Safari and Mail, with productivity enhancements across the board. Exact feature additions will read more like a wish list since little is known or confirmed currently, but maybe we’ll see announcements like conference calls in FaceTime.Improvements for watchOS and tvOS should also be on display, mainly in the form of more integration into the two main platforms. Increased Siri functionality and unification across the platform might play a big part in the conference, too, especially if the next rumor turns out to be true.Siri speakerApple’s answer to Alexa (and more recently, Google Home) has been long expected, and it seems like this could be the year we finally see one.Whether this is something consumers are itching for remains to be seen — no doubt many interested in a voice assistant have given in and purchased an Amazon Echo or Google Home by now, but the Apple ecosystem could be enough of an incentive to buy. Either way, Bloomberg reports that a Siri speaker has already entered production, so there’s a good chance we see it on Monday.That said, Apple could wait to debut the speaker later in the year, which would be closer to its expected shipping date. If reports are true, it will differentiate itself from the Echo and Google Home with features like virtual surround and, as mentioned, integration with the already ubiquitous lineup of Apple products in millions of homes.MacBook and MacBook Pro refreshesThe standard MacBook and MacBook Pro lines were given some love in 2016 with modest redesigns and, in the case of the Pro, the introduction of the Touch Bar. As such, any announcements about these two lines at WWDC will likely include minor component updates, such as the latest generation Intel processors, rather than major physical or feature changes.There have been some industry rumblings to support this speculation, but it may turn out this traditionally software-focused event saves its MacBook overhaul for a product that might need it a little more attention.New MacBook Air?The Air remains an all-time favorite laptop for many, despite Apple’s relatively infrequent updates to the line. It’s appealing as the cheapest (comparatively) entry in Apple’s laptop line, and did not receive the 2016 refresh its counterparts did. An “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” approach makes some sense here, but the most recent MacBook Air was released in 2015, and if Apple skips another upgrade, 2018 is an awfully long wait in computer time.If it does arrive, expect a USB-C only approach, since even the “thicker” 2016 MacBook dropped the larger standard USB ports. The 1,440-by-900-display resolution would almost definitely receive a boost, since it was already on the low side in 2015, and its great battery life may very well creep even closer to 20 hours.Refined iPad ProIf the existing 9.7- and 12.9-inch iPad Pro models don’t do it for you, how does something in the middle sound? Thanks in part to analyst expectations (as reported by Mac Rumors), there’s plenty of buzz suggesting a 10.5-inch iPad Pro will be revealed at WWDC that similar in size to the 9.7-inch model.The extra screen space will be made possible by much thinner bezels — nearly edge-to-edge — so that Apple can fit a larger screen in a smaller body. In fact, it may replace the 9.7-inch version altogether, since it’s essentially the same size with a bigger display. Odds are this won’t be the only upgrade: The usual component updates like better cameras, a new processor, and maybe a new Apple Pencil would fill out the rest of this announcement. Apply Now » Matthew Buzzicenter_img Next Article Check out the most prominent rumors and speculation about WWDC ahead of Monday’s keynote. Writer Image credit: via PC Mag 4 min read What to Expect at Apple WWDC 2017 –shareslast_img read more

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