MONTREAL – Bombardier Inc. said its deal with Airbus has yet to ignite new sales discussions, but existing efforts have yielded results as the manufacturer announced back-to-back potential orders including one with Africa’s largest airline.Chief executive Alain Bellemare told an investor conference Tuesday that he fielded upbeat calls from some large airlines —including Airbus customers — hours after the deal was announced.“That’s the reason why I’m convinced that we are going to see much better sales moving forward,” he said at the Goldman Sachs Industrials Conference in Boston.Bombardier (TSX:BBD.B) has signed its second potential C Series order in less than two weeks after EgyptAir Holding Co. announced plans to purchase up to 24 aircraft.The agreement announced at the Dubai Airshow includes 12 CS300 aircraft with purchase rights for an additional 12 aircraft.Bellemare acknowledged that the orders had nothing to do with Airbus even though the partnership gave customers added comfort that the European giant will put its full weight behind the C Series.“This is very good but it’s the work our team was doing with airline customers,” he told analysts. “It keeps on building the momentum up.”Bombardier said that based on the list price of the CS300, a firm order for 12 aircraft would be valued at about US$1.4 billion. That would double if the airline exercises the 12 purchase rights. However, airlines typically receive large discounts.“It would be difficult to wish for a better carrier to establish our presence in the region,” Colin Bole, Bombardier senior vice president commercial aerospace, said in a conference call with reporters from Dubai.“It’s a great template and it is something that will be followed extremely closely by the other carriers in the regions and the sub regions in the area.”The C Series has also been ordered by Iraqi Airways, Saudi Gulf and Gulf Air.The national airline of Egypt told reporters in Dubai that while it has been studying the C Series for a long time, Airbus’ involvement makes them feel better about the program, Bombardier commercial aircraft president Fred Cromer added on the conference call.EgyptAir chairman and CEO Safwat Musallam said the planes will help the airline to modernize its fleet and better serve destinations in the Middle East and Europe.Analyst Richard Aboulafia of the Teal Group says Airbus’ involvement will assuage fears that the C Series will be an “orphan” airplane because it will have the support of the European aerospace giant.“I would argue that the Airbus effect will be fairly profound,” he said in an interview.Aboulafia said the C Series is a great plane but Bombardier has had major financial issues.“That is no longer a problem. You remove that, you now have just a great jet that the people want.”The EgyptAir letter of intent and a deal for 31 planes plus options for 30 announced Nov. 2 with an undisclosed customer are expected to be firmed up by the end of the year. That would raise the number of firm C Series orders to more than 400.Bombardier said it remains confident that Boeing won’t be able to prove in its trade complaint that it has been damaged by the C Series since it doesn’t make a plane the size of the CS100 and wasn’t invited to bid on the Delta order.Nonetheless, Cromer said Bombardier is developing contingency plans if high tariffs continue to be applied on aircraft manufactured in Canada and delivered to the U.S.“We have opportunities to place some of those early Delta positions with other airlines,” he said.Cromer declined to say if the second assembly line in Alabama estimated by the company to be built at a cost of more than US$300 million would be affected by the maintenance of high U.S. duties.Bellemare added that Bombardier was never seeking to use the C Series to compete with Boeing or Airbus. Rather, its competitor for the 100- to 150-seat aircraft will remain Brazil’s Embraer.“There were two (competitors) yesterday and there will be two tomorrow,” he said.Bellemare added that Boeing has underestimated the response to its trade action, with support for Bombardier coming from companies and governments such as Canada and Britain.On the Toronto Stock Exchange, Bombardier’s shares gained nearly 1.6 per cent at C$3.11 in afternoon trading.
Rabat – The torrential rainfall that affected the cities of Tetouan and Chefchaouen in northern Morocco on Saturday caused temporary traffic disruptions.Tetouan and Chefchaouen recorded heavy rainfall on Sunday morning, causing soil erosion and water overflow onto roads. This overflow resulted in temporary traffic disruptions in several sites, notably on roads linking Tetouan to Chefchaouen (National Route 2) and Tetouan to Al Hoceima (National Highway 16). The El Jebha region and surrounding areas on the coastal Mediterranean strip were also impacted, according to Moroccan authorities.The Ministry of Equipment and Transport, local authorities and security services were mobilized to avoid total disruption of traffic on the affected roads by reorganizing and diverting the traffic flow to alternative roads. The Moroccan Society of Motorways (ADM) announced that on Saturday night it suspended the toll levied on the section of motorway between the cities of Tetouan and Fnideq because of disruptions at several points along the highway linking the two cities.Edited by Kelsey Fish
Small municipalities unlikely to benefit from infrastructure bank, Morneau hints OTTAWA – Finance Minister Bill Morneau is suggesting that small municipalities won’t see much — if any — benefit from the federal government’s proposed new infrastructure bank.The bank, to be launched next year, is intended to attract billions in private investment for public infrastructure projects.But Morneau told the Federation of Canadian Municipalities on Tuesday that global institutional investors will be looking to invest only in “large transformational projects” that produce a revenue stream, from which they can earn a high rate of return on their investment.He says it’s unlikely they’ll want to sink money into roads and bridges in small communities.In a question-and-answer session hosted by the federation, Morneau made no mention of the notion that a number of small communities with similar projects could bundle them together in order to make them more appealing for international investors.But FCM president Clark Somerville said the federation wants to ensure that all municipalities, big or small, are able to take advantage of the bank; he says rural Liberal MPs have assured him they’ll be pushing hard for the bundling concept.“One thing that they talked about that they were really hoping to push for was exactly the bundling and was having it for the smaller communities,” said Somerville, who met earlier Tuesday with members of the Liberals’ rural caucus.While Morneau didn’t mention bundling during his meeting with the FCM members, Somerville said he’s encouraged by the fact that the minister has promised to consult closely with municipal leaders as the government hammers out the details of the infrastructure bank, which is to be formally created in the 2017 budget in a few months.Morneau has already announced that the bank will be launched with $15 billion in direct federal investments and another $20 billion in repayable contributions, loans and loan guarantees. The government hopes to leverage up to $5 in private investment for every $1 in government funding; to that end, Morneau and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau have been courting some of the world’s most powerful institutional investors.Asked Tuesday what kind of projects he envisages being financed through the bank, Morneau said: “The notion behind the bank is that it’s going to provide projects that are going to be large because they’re going to large enough that institutional investors will be interested in them and these tend to be large investors that need to be able to write a large cheque.“They’ll be projects that will have some way of having a revenue stream,” he added, like east-west transmission of electricity or public transit.“The kinds of projects that are unlikely to fit the bill might be, you know, bridges or roads in smaller communities, for example.”A spokeswoman for Morneau later did not respond directly when asked if bundling of small projects is still a possibility. Instead, Annie Donolo pointed to the fact that the government has promised to invest $186 billion over 12 years for infrastructure projects, including a targeted $2 billion for rural and northern communities.The bank is “an added mechanism” aimed at helping provinces and municipalities attract additional investment for projects that otherwise wouldn’t get built, she said in an email.While potential investors have told the government they’re interested in large, transformational projects, Donolo said, “It’s too early to tell what those might be, what form they might take, who the players will be, etc. An electricity grid, for example, would have many players. A transit line, fewer.“But in all cases, this added investment will free-up taxpayer dollars for other projects — large and small.”Toronto Liberal MP Adam Vaughan, parliamentary secretary to Trudeau and one of the architects of the infrastructure bank proposal promised in the Liberal election platform last year, has said that one of the primary objectives was to help small municipalities that don’t have the borrowing power to finance expensive projects or projects large enough to attract international investors.“That’s actually one of the reasons it was conceived,” he said in an interview last week, adding that the notion of bundling small projects together is “one of the reasons” the FCM agreed to support creation of the bank.“Small communities are a particular focus of how to bundle little projects that the big (investment) funds won’t touch into larger projects managed by the federal government … to access those pools of capital to deliver those projects.” by Joan Bryden, The Canadian Press Posted Nov 22, 2016 4:39 pm MDT Last Updated Nov 22, 2016 at 5:26 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email
With one in four young people – 175 million adolescents – unable to read a single sentence, International Literacy Day is an opportunity to remember one simple truth: literacy not only changes lives, it saves them, said the head of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). “Literacy facilitates access to knowledge and triggers a process of empowerment and self-esteem that benefits everyone,” Director-General Irina Bokova said in a message for the Day. This year’s activities for the Day, observed annually on 8 September, are focused on the links between literacy and sustainable development with a literacy award ceremony and a girls’ and women’s literacy conference in Bangladesh. The events underscore the power of literacy to enable people to make choices that promote economic growth, social development and environmental integration. “Literacy helps reduce poverty and enables people to find jobs and obtain higher salaries. It is one of the most efficient ways of improving the health of mothers and children, understanding doctors’ prescriptions and gaining access to healthcare,” Ms. Bokova said. Between 1990 and 2009, the lives of more than two million children under the age of five were saved thanks to improvements in education of women of reproductive age. But today more than 781 million adults in the world still cannot read, write or count. Two thirds of them are women in the developing world. But even in high-income countries, education systems are failing significant minorities. In New Zealand, almost all students from rich households achieve minimum learning standards in grades 4 and 8, but only two-thirds of poor students do. Many immigrants in rich countries are also left behind. In France, for example, fewer than 60 per cent of immigrants have reached the minimum benchmark for reading which may have long-term implications on society. “What kind of societies do we expect to build with an illiterate youth? This is not the kind of world we wish to live in. We want a world where everyone can participate in the destiny of their societies, gain access to knowledge and enrich it in turn,” Ms. Bokova said. She added that the world must change its traditional approach of literacy programmes to encompass broader skills with regard to consumption and sustainable lifestyles, the conversation of biodiversity, poverty reduction, disaster risk reduction as well as civic participation. Commitment to these goals will be central to the forthcoming Aichi-Nagoya conference on education for sustainable development to be held in Japan this November. It will also be discussed at the World Education Forum to be held next year in Incheon, Republic of Korea, to lead the global debate towards the adoption of new sustainable development goals at the UN General Assembly in 2015. UNESCO is working across the world, including in Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Cambodia, Egypt, Nigeria, and Senegal, to ensure that literacy is integrated into national development strategies. However, more must be done. “We must invest more,” said Ms. Bokova, “I appeal to every Member State and all our partners to redouble efforts – political and financial – to ensure that literacy is fully recognized as one of the most powerful accelerators of sustainable development. The future we want starts with the alphabet.”
In a presidential statement, the 15-member body also called on all parties to “act responsibly and put Lebanon’s stability and national interests ahead of partisan politics,” and called on Parliament to convene to elect a president “without further delay.”There has been a presidential vacuum in Lebanon after the term of Michel Sleiman came to an end on 25 May 2014. UN officials and the Security Council have repeatedly urged the Lebanese Parliament to elect a new leader without delay.The country has also been dealing with renewed terrorist threats and a growing refugee population resulting from the conflict in neighbouring Syria that currently numbers almost 1.2 million.“The Security Council expresses its deep concern at the increasing and negative impact of the Syrian crisis on Lebanon’s stability and the immediate threat to its security,” said the statement, which follows a closed-door briefing to the Council earlier this week by the UN Special Coordinator for Lebanon, Sigrid Kaag. It also strongly condemned acts of terrorism, including hostage taking by terrorist and violent extremist groups, including the so-called Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), also known as Daesh, and Jabhat al Nusra, on Lebanese territory.Further, the Council voiced its deep concern following the recent incidents which occurred across the Blue Line separating Lebanon and Israel, and in the area of operations of the UN Interim Force in Lebanon (UNIFIL). “The Security Council stresses that such violence and the presence of unauthorized weapons in the UNIFIL area of operations violates resolution 1701 and the cessation of hostilities,” the statement said, referring to the resolution that ended the month-long war between Israel and the Lebanese group Hizbollah in 2006.“It underlines the risk that such events could lead to a new conflict that none of the parties or the region can afford.”
“It is vital that they be moved in a planned and organized manner, and that proper alternative accommodation is found for them around the country,” Adrian Edwards, spokesperson for the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), told reporters in Geneva.“People need to be fully informed in advance about the dismantling of the camp. Asylum-seekers need to be given proper information and prompt access to asylum procedures,” he added.Dubbed ‘the Jungle,’ the site, estimated to host some 6,000 people, has been problematic for a number of years, and UNHCR has long recommended its closure, Mr. Edwards said, pointing out that the living conditions are “appalling,” with the most basic shelter, inadequate hygiene facilities, poor security and a lack of basic services. The camp will be closed in the coming days, according to France, with people there to be moved to centres where better help can be provided.“It is also crucial to pay special attention to the estimated more than 1,200 unaccompanied or separated children in the ‘Jungle,’ whose best interests have to be taken into account, making arrangements such as special reception centres to ensure their safety and welfare when the site is closed,” the spokesperson said.He explained that “this is important so that children don’t move on to other destinations and risk becoming exploited by human traffickers or end up living on the streets without any support.”Strengthened measures must be taken to reunite children with relatives in Europe, such as the 200 unaccompanied children in Calais identified as having family links in the United Kingdom, he said.UNHCR commended the French authorities on almost doubling in recent years the accommodation space in reception facilities for asylum seekers in the country, while urging the Government to further increase the number of places.An additional 20,000 places would ensure that all asylum-seekers and refugees have adequate accommodation while their claims are processed, Mr. Edwards said.
3. 1995 ALCS: Seattle Mariners (90.0) vs. Cleveland Indians (87.2); harmonic mean 88.6. If I were ranking the series subjectively instead of by a formula, this one would stand out along with Royals-Orioles. The 1995 ALCS fits the template of two notoriously terrible franchises hitting their stride at the same time. The Indians had a winning record just once from 1982 to 1993, and 1995 was their first postseason appearance since 1954. The Mariners had posted a winning record just twice in franchise history and had never made the playoffs before. 9. 1982 ALCS: California Angels (85.1) vs. Milwaukee Brewers (83.7); harmonic mean 84.4. The Angels had been mediocre rather than awful for most of the 1960s and 1970s; they’d reached the ALCS only once before (in 1979) but also never lost more than 95 games in a season. The Brewers were terrible from 1969 (when they began as the Seattle Pilots) to 1977 but were due for a breakthrough by 1982, having posted winning records in each year from 1978 to 1981. 7. 2002 ALCS: Minnesota Twins (86.7) vs. Anaheim Angels (83.7); harmonic mean 85.2. The Twins won the World Series in 1987 and 1991, but they were terrible for most of the intervening seasons before making the playoffs again in 2002. The Angels had been following their usual Atlanta Hawks-esque pattern of being slightly below .500 and never making an impact in the playoffs. In fact, 2002 was their first postseason appearance since their classic series against the Red Sox in 1986. 8. 1989 NLCS: San Francisco Giants (86.3) vs. Chicago Cubs (83.0); harmonic mean 84.6. The Cubs have appeared in the NLCS three times — in 1984, 1989 and 2003 — and all three of those cases appear on this list. However, the 1970s and 1980s, what gets factored into their 1989 WALT score, weren’t quite as bad as some other eras for the franchise. The Giants had reached the NLCS in 1987, but that had come after awful play in the early 1980s. 6. 1991 NLCS: Atlanta Braves (91.0) vs. Pittsburgh Pirates (81.0); harmonic mean 85.7. Atlanta and Pittsburgh would meet in the NLCS again in 1992, which is remembered for Francisco Cabrera’s walk-off single. But their 1991 series also went to seven games and featured four games decided by one run. It ranks slightly higher according to WALT since the Braves made the playoffs for just the second time since 1969 — and after having averaged 96 losses per season from 1985 through 1990. 2. 1984 NLCS: San Diego Padres (91.7) vs. Chicago Cubs (87.2); harmonic mean 89.4. This has been a painful list for Cubs fans. The ball that went through Leon Durham’s legs in the decisive fifth game of the 1984 NLCS is not remembered as well as a similar play by Bill Buckner in the 1986 World Series (or the Steve Bartman incident in 2003). But it was every bit as consequential; the error improved the Padres’ probability of winning the series by 20 percent — about as much as Buckner’s play did given that the Mets and Red Sox still had a seventh game to play. However, the Padres rank as the slightly worse team by WALT: 1984 was their first playoff appearance and just the second time they finished with a winning record.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QuOauPWip_8?t=1h51m30s1. 2014 ALCS: Kansas City Royals (92.1) vs. Baltimore Orioles (87.7); harmonic mean 89.8. It’s almost certainly just a coincidence, but the other series on this list have given us more than their fair share of extraordinary moments. Here’s hoping the Orioles and Royals will give us a few more. 4. 1969 NLCS: New York Mets (104.5) vs. Atlanta Braves (75.1); harmonic mean 87.4. Before 1969, the Braves hadn’t made the postseason since 1958, when they did so in Milwaukee. But they had been a winning team for most of the 1960s — the high rank of this series is despite them rather than because of them. Instead it was the “miracle” Mets, who had averaged a record of 56-105 between their inaugural year in 1962 and 1968, who went on to win the NLCS and the World Series. 5. 2003 NLCS: Florida Marlins (88.1) vs. Chicago Cubs (85.6); harmonic mean 86.8. Between 1909 and 2002, the Marlins and Cubs won only one World Series between them, and that went, in 1997, to Florida, who had come into existence as an expansion franchise only four years earlier. But the Marlins blew up their roster a year later and had a losing record for the next five seasons before winning the World Series again in 2003. The Cubs, meanwhile, missed their moment in 2003 in about the most painful way imaginable. But don’t worry, bleacher bums: Your team is going to win the World Series in 2015, according to “Back To the Future Part II.” The Baltimore Orioles and Kansas City Royals meet Friday night in Baltimore for Game 1 of the American League Championship Series, and they’re no strangers to the ALCS. The Orioles will be making their 10th ALCS appearance — only the New York Yankees (15 appearances) and the Oakland A’s (11) have made it more often. Kansas City will be appearing for the seventh time.But both franchises’ glory days came long ago. The Orioles last made the ALCS in 1997 and averaged a 73-89 record between 1998 and last season. The Royals last made the ALCS in 1985 and were respectable for the next few years, but Kansas City had an average record of 68-94 from 1996 to 2013.How unusual is it for two such moribund franchises to get their act together and meet in the League Championship Series?In baseball, there’s a precedent for pretty much everything — so there are some other examples like this, such as the Seattle Mariners and Cleveland Indians in 1995. Still, the Orioles-Royals series qualifies as being as underdog-y as any other since the ALCS and NLCS began in 1969.To identify cases in which two franchises with long losing track records met in the LCS, I took a weighted average of each team’s loss totals for the 20 seasons prior to the year it appeared in the championship series. We can call this figure WALT, for Weighted Average Loss Total. In calculating WALT, the most recent prior season is given a weight of 20, while a season from 20 years ago is given a weight of one. (Loss totals are prorated to a 162-game schedule.)Then I took the harmonic mean of the WALT score for the two teams to appear together in each LCS. The harmonic mean places more emphasis on the lower of the two values. What this means is that a series will rank higher if both teams have been bad, as in the case of the Orioles and Royals, rather than if one has been awful while the other has been OK.Here are the 10 most underdog-y championship series as rated by this measure:10. 2007 NLCS: Colorado Rockies (87.8 WALT) vs. Arizona Diamondbacks (81.8 WALT); harmonic mean 84.4. The 2007 NLCS featured the novelty of two 1990s expansion teams facing each other. But the Diamondbacks had gotten off to a quick start, winning the World Series in 2001. The Rockies had struggled more, having reached the playoffs just once before 2007.
Phillip Meng is more than a year away from starting college, and while he’s not sure which school he wants to attend, he already has the bills covered.Meng was named a 2018 Coolidge Scholar, which gives him free tuition and room and board for four years at any college of his choosing. The scholarship, which is in its third year, is given out by the Calvin Coolidge Presidential Foundation. Meng is one of four recipients to earn the scholarship this year, and one of 10 people overall to earn the award, which was given to three students in both 2016 and 2017.Meng, 15, a junior at Union High School, said it took a while to sink in that he was one of four students chosen for the scholarship out of 3,200 applicants. He also said earning the scholarship has opened up his collegiate possibilities.“When you take cost out of the equation, it changes how you think about higher education,” he said. “College is too expensive.”If the past recipients are any indication, Meng, who skipped first grade, will have his choice of prestigious universities. Of the six previous Coolidge Scholars, three are attending Harvard University, one is at Rice University, one is about to start at the University of Chicago in the fall, and one is heading to Grove City College in Pennsylvania this fall, according to Matthew Denhart, executive director of the Coolidge Foundation, which is based in Coolidge’s home village of Plymouth Notch, Vt.Meng heard about the scholarship from a friend and teacher, and went in with an “expect nothing, hope for everything” attitude, he said. He thought the application process itself was worth going for it, since all applicants have to read “The Autobiography of Calvin Coolidge” and write an essay about the country’s 30th president.
West Ham United have reportedly set their sights on a move for Chelsea midfielder Danny Drinkwater, claims the Daily MirrorDespite arriving from Leicester City last summer for £35m, Drinkwater was restricted to just 12 appearances in his first season at Chelsea.And now new West Ham boss Manuel Pellegrini has set his sights on a move for the 28-year-old as he continues with his efforts to reinforce his midfield options ahead of his debut campaign.Chelsea hat-trick hero Tammy Abraham hopes for more Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Tammy Abraham hopes this season will be his big breakthrough at Chelsea after firing his first hat-trick for the club in Saturday’s 5-2 win at Wolves.The Chilean’s efforts to sign the former Leicester midfielder will undoubtedly receive a boost after new Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri decided to allow Drinkwater to leave Stamford Bridge this summer.While Drinkwater didn’t have the best campaign last season, he is well known for having been an integral member of the famous Leicester side that defied all expectations to stunningly claim the Premier League title in the 2015/16 campaign.
Related Items:#magneticmedianews Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppBahamas, July 7th 2017 – Nassau – A young Bahamian man was shot and killed following gunfire outside a nightclub in Miami this week. 21-year old, Wendell Soliphar from Freeport, was one of two victims shot on Wednesday, after enjoying a night out.According to police reports, at around 4:30am shots fired were heard from the Broward Arts and Music Nightclub also called BAM, located along Northwest 20th Terrace and West Broward Boulevard in Ft. Lauderdale. When police responded to the shooting Soliphar’s body was found lied on the street. It is believed that Soliphar was shot as he was leaving the club.Two other persons injured in the shooting were taken to the hospital, and one succumbed to his injures. The incident took place just blocks away from the Broward Sherriff’s Office. No suspects have yet been arrested. Investigations are continuing.Relatives of the victim said he was at the wrong place at the wrong time. Soliphar had recently migrated from Bahamas to South Florida looking to get a fresh start in life. He leaves behind an 8-year old daughter.Story By: Kay-Marie Fletcher#MagneticMediaNews Recommended for you The Luxury of Grace Bay in Down Town Provo Electricity Cost of Service Study among the big agenda items at September 11 Cabinet meeting ALERT # 2 ON POTENTIAL TROPICAL CYCLONE NINE ISSUED BY THE BAHAMAS DEPARTMENT OF METEOROLOGY THURSDAY 12TH SEPTEMBER, 2019 AT 9 PM EDT
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1 “At first glance, we can already see a few glaring differences from the Galaxy Note 9, from the rotation of the rear camera to the removal of the headphone jack,” the video’s narrator says. “Samsung seem to be taking a big step in terms of utilizing their competitors’ technical features.” Mobile Fun The video says Samsung’s front-facing camera has been “reduced a single lens” positioned in the middle of the screen instead of in the top right-hand corner. On the rear is a vertically positioned three-lens setup that the video speculates could each be primary, telephoto and ultra-wide lenses.”On the Note 10+ alone, however, we have an interesting little addition of a fourth lens and a sensor placed neatly beside the three-lens setup,” the video adds.The Note 10 will measure 6.3 inches, while the Note 10+ is 6.8 inches, according to the video. Mobile Fun “Looking at the external ports, buttons and cameras, we can see again that the Note 10 models are making some big steps into the future. … Samsung took the leap and they seem to have done the unthinkable by finally removing the headphone port in favor of the USB-C and Bluetooth connection,” the video also says.Previous rumors said Samsung has ditched the headphone jack, much like Apple, Google and Huawei.Leaked pictures earlier in July of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus showed a front-facing camera in the middle of the handset and three cameras vertically aligned on the rear of the device. The images also showed volume and power buttons on the left side of the handset, and no Bixby button on the right.The Note 10 is rumored to have physical buttons for power and volume, a bigger aspect ratio, a 6.66-inch display — compared with the Note 9’s 6.4-inch screen — a 4,300mAh battery, possibly four rear cameras and a camera on the S Pen. Mobile Phones See It $799 News • Grab an unlocked Samsung Galaxy Note 9 for $719 19 Photos See It Samsung Galaxy Note 9 $999 $799 Review • Note 10 launch could still give Note 9 sales a jolt See It Samsung Best Buy 8:07 Galaxy Fold set for September relaunch (The Daily Charge,… The Korean tech giant is also reportedly looking to make more than one model of the Note 10, including a 5G version like the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G. It could also come in a pink version.Samsung didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment. Share your voice Tags Verizon Wireless See it CNET may get a commission from retail offers. Alleged dummies of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+. Mobile Fun A video claiming to be a hands-on of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ has been posted on YouTube by British online mobile accessories retailer Mobile Fun. The 4-minute video goes into extreme detail, showing off what it says is the upcoming handset from every angle possible. Mobile Fun said it got the dummy phones from a phone case company, and added it has been “reliably informed” that there will be 5G versions of the phones.The Note 10 will be launched Aug. 7 during a Samsung Unpacked event at the Barclays Center in New York. The venue is the same place the Korean tech giant launched the Note 9 last year. You can already register to receive early access to reserve the Note 10. Comment Preview • Four days with the Galaxy Note 9: Here’s the good and bad so far Now playing: Watch this: Samsung Galaxy Fit feels like a Fitbit Sprint $999 Galaxy Note 10 launching Aug. 7, reservations open: Other rumors, leaks, design, specs, price and more Galaxy Note 10 is Samsung’s last chance to impress me this year Leaked dongle hints at end of the headphone jack on Galaxy Note 10 Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Mentioned Above Samsung Galaxy Note 9 (128GB, ocean blue)
Information minister Hasan Mahmud speaks at a programme at the Jatiya Press Club in Dhaka on Wednesday, 10 July, 2019. Photo: UNBInformation minister Hasan Mahmud on Wednesday said BNP Chairperson Khaleda is a big threat to the country’s politics as her party does not believe in people’s welfare, reports UNB.”The politics is for the welfare of the common people, not for making people suffer, but BNP had made people hostage for a long time enforcing [road] blockades and killed many people with petrol bombs and arson attacks,” he said.The minister further said, “He (Fakhrul) said democracy is dysfunctional without the release of Khaleda Zia. I would like to say Begum Khaleda Zia is a serious threat to politics.”Hasan came up with the remarks while unveiling the cover of a book titled ‘Sangbadikota Raat Biraate’ written by Mahfuzur Rahman, editor of United News of Bangladesh (UNB), at the Jatiya Press Club.He said the current government always welcomes criticism as it wants to establish a democratic society based on logic and argument. “But Khaleda Zia and her party don’t believe it, and they exposed it through the 21 August grenade attack and their efforts to divert the brutal incident to a different direction.”The minister came down hard on BNP secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir for his remark that the ruling party is plundering public money in the name of development urging him to see his own face in the mirror.He said around 15 million people in the country have elevated to the middle class from the lower class over the last 10 years while poverty rate brought down to 20 per cent from 41 per cent and Bangladesh turned into a middle-income country.”But, these achievements and development create heart burn to our opponents as they had failed to do so. The country had become champion in corruption for the five straight years when they had been in power. So, I would like to tell Mr Fakhrul to see your own face in the mirror. Your comments are applicable to you,” Hasan added.The minister said different parliamentary standing committees were reconstituted on Tuesday to incorporate the opposition MPs though they are very few in numbers as part of the government’s efforts to make parliament more vibrant and functional.The minister thanked the UNB editor for writing a book on journalism based on his vast experience. “I hope journalists and the students and the profession as a whole will be benefited from the book.”Dhaka University’s ex-vice chancellor AAMS Arefin Siddique, DU professor Mofizur Rahman, JPC president Saiful Alam, prime minister’s speech writer Nazrul Islam, UNB editor Mahfuzur Rahman and publisher of the book Gafur Hossain, among others spoke at the programme held with DU’s Mass Communication and Journalism department hononary professor Shakhawat Ali Khan in the chair.
Stardust Finds A Gem Of A Space Particle Explore further (PhysOrg.com) — The first specks of interstellar dust may have been found by NASA’s Stardust spacecraft during its seven-year-long voyage. Interstellar dust is believed to form from gas ejected from stars, which condenses to form tiny specks or grains. These then flow through space and contain the heavy atoms that are thought to form the building blocks of stars and planets. Citation: Stardust spacecraft may have found cosmic dust (2010, March 8) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2010-03-stardust-spacecraft-cosmic.html NASA’s Stardust gathered material from the tail of a comet in January 2004 and returned to earth in January 2006. © 2010 PhysOrg.com Stardust was launched on its 4.8 billion kilometer mission with the primary goal of collecting dust from the comet Wild 2 in 2004, and returning it to Earth for scientific analysis, but its secondary goal was to collect particles of the interstellar dust stream passing through our Solar System. To collect the dust, the spacecraft had a Stardust Interstellar Dust Collector (SIDC), which was basically a retractable arm with cells filled with a porous substance called aerogel, designed to trap dust particles.The spacecraft and its samples of dust returned to Earth early in 2006, and scientists investigating the samples have now reported two different kinds of dust grains among the samples, which may be interstellar dust. The team involved members of the public in investigating the aerogel collection, using an Internet application called Stardust@ Home, which allows interested people to use a virtual microscope to the millions of images.The first particle was found by Bruce Hudson of Ontario, Canada, and is known as particle 30. He called the particle Orion. The scientists then found the second grain, which Hudson named Sirius, and have identified in all 28 impact ‘tracks’ in the aerogel collector. Most of the tracks were at angles that suggested they were particles of debris from collisions with the solar panels on the spacecraft, but seven had ambiguous trajectories, with particle 30 among these.Hudson had suffered a stroke in 2003, and thought the Stardust@Home project would be a productive way of using his time. He spent up to 15 hours each day for a year scanning pictures, taking five seconds per slide. He was one of around 27,000 volunteers who checked the 71 million images of material captured in the Stardust collection cells.Leader of the team, Dr Andrew Westphal, of the University of California at Berkeley, announced the findings during a Lunar and Planetary Science Conference (LPSC) in Texas. He said two particles hit the aerogel together, and were two components of the same particle, but were very different from each other. Dr Westphal said if the particles do turn out to be interstellar dust, it is more heterogeneous than previously thought.Westphal said the findings are preliminary and could be a false alarm. The analyses on the particles are being done with great care to avoid damaging the particles, which he said would take $300 million to replace. He said the material was fine-grained and has an elemental composition consistent with that expected for interstellar dust, although it contains other elements which are surprising but not inconsistent. Elements found in the dust so far include magnesium, iron, aluminum, nickel, copper, manganese, chromium and gallium.The results are published in the journal American Mineralogist. In January 2006, the spacecraft Stardust returned its sample capsule to Earth, but it remains in space and is currently nearly half-way through a journey to reach the comet Tempel 1. This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only.
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