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first_imgGaza City: Three Palestinians were killed by Israeli soldiers in the northern Gaza Strip, the Palestinian health ministry said Sunday, hours after three rockets were fired at Israel from the blockaded enclave.The ministry said another Palestinian was hospitalised in the shooting that came after the Israeli army said an attack helicopter and tank had fired at “armed suspects” along the barrier that separates Israel from Gaza.”We just identified a number of armed suspects from Gaza approaching the security fence with Israel. We fired towards them,” the army said a statement posted on its Twitter account. Also Read – Saudi Crown Prince ‘snubbed’ Pak PM, recalled jet from USThe latest violence came after Palestinians in the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip fired three rockets at southern Israel late Saturday, the Israeli army said, in the second such attack in 24 hours.There were no immediate reports of casualties.The army said two of the projectiles had been intercepted by its Iron Dome aerial defence system but it did not specify what happened to the third rocket.Air raid sirens had sounded in the southern town of Sderot and its surroundings. Also Read – Record number of 35 candidates in fray for SL Presidential pollsOn Friday Palestinians in Gaza fired a rocket at Sderot, in what the army said was the first such attack since July 12.In response, Israeli warplanes struck at least three targets in the Gaza Strip early on Saturday but caused no casualties, a Palestinian security source said.The strikes hit a Hamas observation post in Beit Hanoun, in the northern Gaza Strip, an unidentified target near Gaza City and open ground near Deir El Balah in the central part of the territory, the source said. An Israeli army statement mentioned only two strikes, against “underground targets belonging to the Hamas terror organisation in the northern and central Gaza Strip”.Israel and Palestinian militants in Gaza, ruled by Islamist movement Hamas, have fought three wars since 2008.And since March 2018, regular protests and clashes have erupted along the border of the blockaded coastal enclave.At least 305 Palestinians have been killed by Israeli fire in Gaza or the border area since then, the majority during demonstrations and clashes.Seven Israelis have also been killed in Gaza-related violence over the same period.last_img read more


first_imgALBANY, N.Y. — New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is in the nation’s capital to urge President Donald Trump to commit federal funding for a new rail tunnel below the Hudson River.The Democrat was scheduled for a midday meeting Wednesday with the Republican president and U.S. Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao.Trump’s administration has clashed with officials in New York and New Jersey over a funding plan for the tunnel project.The existing Amtrak tunnel is a century old and needs extensive renovations. Experts say a new tunnel is essential to ensuring reliable rail travel throughout the entire northeast.The two states had pledged to pay half of the estimated $13 billion price tag under a deal worked out with the Obama administration. The Trump administration now says there was never any agreement.The Associated Presslast_img read more


Senior Sri Lankan parliamentarian Mavai Senathiraja met DMK chief M Karunanidhi on Sunday for an hour and discussed the themes of the Tamil Eelam Supporters Organization (TESO) conference, which will be held in the city on August 12.The visit assumes significance as Karunanidhi’s flip-flop on the agenda of TESO generated criticism among Tamil leaders. The Centre had advised Karunanidhi against passing a resolution in support of Tamil Eelam at the conclave. Senathiraja is the general secretary of The Ilankai Thamizh Arasu Katchi, which is the chief constituent party of the Tamil National Alliance (TNA). “Though some leaders in Tamil Nadu try to block Tamil leaders from Sri Lanka and other countries, we are getting good response from most of the seniors in the Tamil diaspora. Senathiraja met Kalaignar and conveyed TNA’s participation in the conference. Not only Tamil leaders from Sri Lanka, but a few Sinhala leaders who have been working for Tamil’s rights like Vikrambahu Karunaratne have also confirmed their participation,” a DMK leader said. (Times of India) read more


Friday’s Games(All times Eastern)NHLPhiladelphia 4, N.Y. Rangers 0Buffalo 3, Montreal 2, OTMinnesota 4, Winnipeg 2Anaheim 2, Edmonton 1, OTWashington 3, Detroit 1N.Y. Islanders 4, New Jersey 3, OTVegas 2, Calgary 0Columbus 4, Toronto 2Tampa Bay 4, Chicago 2Carolina 4, Florida 1Boston 2, Pittsburgh 1, OTSt. Louis 6, Nashville 2Dallas 6, Ottawa 4Colorado 5, Arizona 1San Jose 4, Vancouver 0—AHLHartford 3, Bridgeport 2, SOMilwaukee 3, Grand Rapids 2, SOSyracuse 5, Binghamton 3Toronto 6, Cleveland 5, OTLehigh Valley 6, Hershey 2Springfield 4, WB/Scranton 3, OTUtica 5, Rochester 4Chicago at Rockford, 8 p.m.Manitoba 4, Iowa 3, OTSan Antonio 4, Texas 1Colorado 4, San Jose 3, OTBakersfield 4, Ontario 2Stockton 6, San Diego 5—NBAMinnesota 112, Brooklyn 102L.A. Clippers 112, Memphis 107, OTDetroit 116, Houston 111, OTBoston 114, Atlanta 96Cleveland 121, Philadelphia 112New York 114, New Orleans 109Toronto 125, Washington 107Miami 103, Chicago 96Oklahoma City 109, Charlotte 104San Antonio 111, Indiana 100Phoenix 116, Milwaukee 114Denver 112, Orlando 87Golden State 125, Portland 97L.A. Lakers 90, Utah 83—The Canadian Press read more


OSU defensive coordinator and linebackers coach Luke Fickell yells at his players during The Game Nov. 30 at Michigan Stadium. OSU won, 42-41.Credit: Ritika Shah / Asst. photo editorIn the game of college football, a win’s a win, no matter how or at what cost.For the No. 2 Ohio State Buckeyes (12-0, 8-0), their 24th victory in a row might have been the toughest of the streak to date, a 42-41 win on the road against archrival Michigan (7-5, 3-5) that saw the OSU defense give up a season-high 603 yards to the Wolverines.Such a performance garners questions to be directed at the team’s defensive coordinator, and OSU’s Luke Fickell was no exception Monday.When asked about what he thought went wrong in Saturday’s win, Fickell didn’t take kindly to the question.“What do you mean what went wrong? Did we win? Did we win?” Fickell said. “I’ve been up (in Ann Arbor) quite a few times in my 18-year career here … We know there’s things we have to correct, momentum and things happened and we didn’t play great on the defensive side of the ball so there’s a lot of things to correct. Every single week we have objectives and the last objective last week was win, and we came away with a win.”Don’t tell that to junior linebacker Ryan Shazier, though, who called the unit’s performance Saturday “bittersweet” even though the team won the game.“The most important thing at the end of the day is getting a ‘W,’” Shazier said. “But we (are) still pretty mad … the whole defense is pretty pissed off about how many yards we gave up rushing and passing. It’s just not acceptable.”Even though the Buckeye defense struggled all game, it did make a big play when it mattered most as redshirt-freshman cornerback Tyvis Powell picked off Michigan redshirt-junior quarterback Devin Gardner’s two-point conversion pass attempt with 32 seconds left to ice the game.Powell said after the game he knew that play was coming thanks to cornerbacks coach and special teams coordinator Kerry Coombs, which Fickell said is all part of weekly preparation.“You prepare. You don’t know exactly, but when you do your studies and you have an idea,” Fickell said. “Obviously, you see the things that we rep we do a lot better job of … but that (play) was one of the things that we had repped and had a good idea but it comes down to the guy making the play.”OSU’s defense gives up an average 255.8 passing yards per game, tied for 101st in the country with Northwestern. The whole season, the team has been able to compensate for the lack of consistency on that side of the ball, but coach Urban Meyer remains confident in them.“(The) pass defense surfaced again, and (a) lack of contact on the quarterback,” Meyer said Monday. “We just had some guys running open … I trust that we’ll get it fixed, and I trust that these guys will be locked and loaded and have a good week of preparation.”The Spartan offense ranks third to last in the Big Ten in total offense with 380.2 yards per game, but is better than that number indicates, Shazier said.“They have playmakers out there,” Shazier said. “They would not have went undefeated in the Big Ten so far if they weren’t (good) so I feel like they’re doing a great job right now.”After watching the film of Saturday’s win against Michigan, sophomore linebacker Joshua Perry said the defense was “really close” to stopping the Wolverines from a lot of their big plays. The mistakes, though, were pretty evident.“When you turn on the film you gotta face the facts and realize that there were some mistakes made,” Perry said. “We got a chip on our shoulder, but it’s nothing that’s too urgent like we gotta throw out the whole defense and start over again. It’s just that we gotta correct up what we know to do.”Whether there are questions about the defense as a whole or specifically about their performance against Michigan, Fickell said it all comes back to one thing.“You have a standard, and that’s what’s been set around here. And I think that’s the beauty of it,” Fickell said. “You’re never satisfied with what you got.”The Buckeyes and No. 10 Spartans (11-1, 8-0) are set to face off for Big Ten supremacy Saturday at 8:17 p.m. at Lucas Oil Stadium. read more


first_imgFocus FS, a leading provider of industrial worksite systems, has announced the release of its latest software product, Shift Rescue. The announcement happened during the 10th International Mine Rescue Competition (IMRC), hosted by Workplace Safety North and Ontario Mine Rescue, which took place this week in Sudbury, Ontario. Shift Rescue is an all-in-one under oxygen mine rescue incident application used to digitally capture incident data including team captain information, briefing officer reports, map viewing and mark-ups, photo sharing, activity alerting, and post-incident reporting.“Shift Rescue will significantly enhance and improve how information is collected and shared during an under oxygen Mine Rescue event,” says Nicole Darbaz, Director of Products and Marketing at Focus FS. “The system collects and distributes critical rescue information during both team training and live rescue events. Shift Rescue applies to mine rescue competitions such as IMRC, but most importantly, it’s been developed for annual mine rescue team training and real-life incidents.”The application is deployed on rugged tablets and is used underground where network connectivity may or may not be available. The information collected underground is shared with the briefing officer and control group above ground who assess the information and make time critical decisions.From August 19 to 26, 2016, 27 teams representing 13 nations competed in different events at the IMRC including an underground scenario, firefighting, first aid, and more. Focus FS with the help of Ontario Mine Rescue developed the Shift Rescue product to be deployed and used during the competition.“We could not have chosen a more suitable venue to launch our Shift Rescue product,” says Jeff Brown, President of Focus FS. “This is a globally recognised competition with mine rescue personnel from around the world. Early feedback we have received from mine executives, mine rescue teams, and the industry in general has been very positive. The exposure has been tremendous.”last_img read more


first_imgA Perth-based company is at the forefront of the technology revolution enabling reliable online services to remote mining sites through fast, effective satellite technology. Satellite internet and technology company Orion Satellite Systems has provided internet and telephone services to regional and remote locations across Western Australia for 13 years. But its acquisition by IPSTAR Broadband Satellite – part of the telecommunications giant Thaicom – has seen an increase in its ability to engineer unusual solutions for its customers.Orion Managing Director Chris Ockwell said mining companies had grasped the potential of automating operations, but fast, reliable internet was crucial for customers to get the most out of automation. “Orion is one of only two satellite service providers in Australia to claim end-to-end ownership – from modem to dish to satellite,” Ockwell said.“This means we have both unprecedented access to satellite bandwidth combined with the hands-on know-how that comes from working with mining, construction and civil engineering companies operating in some harsh, remote areas.”Orion has sought to carve out a point of difference in the industry by offering flexible, tailored options rather than off-the-shelf solutions.That includes looking at how the Internet of Things (IoT) might be used to monitor sites that might not be in full production but remain important.“We have one customer who has deployed one of our solutions to 16 different sites to monitor fuel levels at the site generators.”Satellite remains one of the most secure and reliable options for remote connectivity, Ockwell said, but it requires clever and precise implementation. “We frequently talk to people in remote sites who are using VPNs to encrypt satellite traffic for secure communications but who experience very slow connection speeds because of that.“To counter this, we have had great success in developing a number of workarounds for different requirements, all of which take advantage of Orion’s state-of-the-art infrastructure. It means remote monitoring and automation, and even just ordinary work functions and operations, can be delivered quickly and securely.”Another advantage of satellite is that small exploration camps on the move can set up and deploy satellite services in a short space of time.“We have relocatable and portable satellite communications in various forms to suit short-term camps or exploration teams, which is vital if you are on the move,” Ockwell said.As an example, one gold mining customer needed to be able to set up camp and have access to internet services in under an hour, with camps shifting every few weeks.“They need to unpack and have access to phone and data lines to make sure they can get data to and from site quickly and efficiently,” Ockwell said. “When you are working in some of the most remote parts of the world, every hour you are without communications is a cost. We get them closer to where they need to be.”Satellite internet communication had come a long way in the last 15 years and was today possibly more reliable than regional NBN services, according to Thaicom Chief Commercial Officer Nile Suwansiri.“Satellite communication used to be slow and expensive, but with new technology this has changed,” said Suwansiri. “One thing we know is that if clients are using the internet for remote monitoring or other business uses, they need the internet to be reliable. Technology has made an enormous difference.”Suwansiri added that mobile satellite internet technology would be the next major game changer.“Traditionally, satellite services have been fixed but more and more we are wanting mobility services – in trucks, trains and boats. People are mobile, they want to be able to make transactions on the go,” Suwansiri said.“As technology matures, those services will come on line and we will be doing all we can to deliver these to our customers across Australia, Asia and New Zealand.“There is endless application for mobile satellite technology. We have already started seeing driverless trains in resources.”The picture if from international gold producer AngloGold Ashanti. Its exploration teams require flexible, reliable connectivity. “We are looking for gold in the Western Australian desert, sometimes hundreds of kilometres from the closest town,” says Exploration Operations Manager Simon Tucker.“These camps move on every few weeks so we need a service that is not just reliable but also flexible. Orion provides phone and data lines to make sure we can get data to and from site quickly and efficiently.”last_img read more


first_imgCapcom has caused a bit of a stir on the 3DS by shipping the game Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D with permanent save games. That means as soon as you start saving the game those saves will exist on the cartridge forever.It was initially thought Capcom had done this to stop the game being traded in and re-sold used, but the Japanese publisher has denied that without actually explaining why they did it.AdChoices广告Regardless of how gamers react to the news of permanent saves, the “feature” is already causing problems. In Australia, EB Games has decided to recall all copies and not sell it. The reason is thought to be a simple one: the retailer offers a 7-day return policy on new games, but if a games has permanent saves they can’t accept it back. So rather than break their store policy they won’t sell Mercenaries 3D at all.With the game confirmed as shipping to the U.S. and Europe with permanent game saves in place, you have to wonder how many other retailers will refuse to stock it due to a returns policy?Read more at VooksMatthew’s OpinionDon’t most stores have a returns policy for new games? In fact, isn’t it the law in a lot of countries?If that’s the case then retailers are going to be put in a difficult position: don’t sell the game and lose out on a lot of sales, or risk having a return and then not being able to re-sell the game?I think some of the major chains might already be in touch with Capcom asking for a solution. With that in mind, I’d hold off buying the game until this issue has been resolved.last_img read more


first_img THERE HAS BEEN a spike in jobseekers searching for roles that require life coaching skills – which recruiters say has become the norm for senior managers.Three years ago, Forbes magazine described life coaching as the second-fastest growing profession in the world and has estimated the industry to be worth $2 billion (about €1.8 billion) globally.According to data collated for Fora by jobs listings site Indeed, interest in roles with the keywords ‘life coach’ or ‘personal development coach’ has increased among jobseekers in recent times.From February 2017 to February 2019, there was a near-25% increase in searches for such roles on the site. Life coaches are typically hired to provide personal and professional development advice to individual clients, but there has been an anecdotal increase in the number of qualified life coaches in management positions.“Largely speaking, people don’t necessarily apply for a job directly as a coach,” Alan Brereton, an executive coach at Dún Laoghaire-based Kingstown College, told Fora.The college offers an advanced diploma in personal leadership and executive coaching and has recorded a large increase in interest in the course, according to Brereton.Similarly, Morgan McKinley’s global FDI director, Trayc Keevans, said the recruitment company has recorded more jobseekers with life coaching qualifications who are not necessarily looking for work in the industry.“People are finding that technology is moving things so fast … and they need to upskill much quicker. They’re questioning their place in the workplace, their relevance and what they need to do,” she said. A quick scan of the Indeed job listings under life coaching positions reflects this. Rather than providing jobs specifically as life coaches, there are plenty of listings for senior staff who can ‘coach’ staff. “There are few companies out there … who would employ somebody who is a ‘life coach’. They’re going to be looking for somebody who is an executive or a coach in general who can deal with life situations, executive situations, conflict, team coaching,” Brereton said. Mar 31st 2019, 2:01 AM 15 Comments You’re not going to see a better example than the millennial culture, where they really want to be connected to an organisation that matches their own personal values. If there isn’t a fit between personal values and company values, then you’re at risk of losing important members of a team.‘Getting ahead’Coaching has a place in modern management and it’s not going to be going away any time soon, according to Brereton. Keevans – who has a life coaching qualification herself – echoed this point and said there has been a surge of senior staff training in that area to “get ahead in the workplace”.“We see it in for instance the likes of a HR role, a training role or anything that’s at manager level or more,” she said.“Some like to do it on a part-time basis … and some are the people out looking and trying to test the waters.Pretty much everybody who did the course with me was a professional in some shape or form. They had a qualification in something else, so they saw this as giving them an extra string to their bow.Get our NEW Daily Briefing with the morning’s most important headlines for innovative Irish businesses.Written by Zuzia Whelan and posted on Fora.ie 16,602 Views Image: Shutterstock/Photographee.eu Saturday 6 Apr 2019, 11:00 AM Source: Shutterstock/fizkesStaff shortagesExplaining why more managers have acquired life coaching skills, Brereton said there has been a move away from a management style where staff are directed in a “military way where there are prescriptive orders given”.“If another company is offering a workplace environment that is more attractive for (employees) in how they like to work … how they are involved in decision-making especially in their own work, they’re going to drift towards those companies.”With almost full-employment – the CSO shows 2.1% unemployment at the end of 2018 – it’s harder for companies to fill roles, and it’s no secret that the country is experiencing a skills shortage. “The staff just aren’t there; they can’t be found. You need to look after your people … because there are no others out there to really fill that role,” said Brereton. “Coaching has taken on a really important part in that kind of staff retention challenge. It’s really about getting a buy-in from the staff in that organisation.“Coaching is part of a bigger picture, and the bigger picture is employee engagement, employee retention and workplace well-being,” he said.  Get Fora’s NEW daily digest of the morning’s key business news:center_img Share5 Tweet Email14 Image: Shutterstock/Photographee.eu There has been a spike in managers buying into the multibillion-dollar life coaching business Industry experts say execs are looking for skills to help them hang on to staff. By Fora Staff Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Short URL https://jrnl.ie/4577810 last_img read more


first_img The new baby gorilla in Dublin Zoo. Short URL Saturday 13 Apr 2019, 8:00 PM ‘It’s about being respectful… then the intimacy happens’: The story behind those baby gorilla photos We spoke to photographer Patrick Bolger on what it was like taking those intimate photographs of mother and baby. https://jrnl.ie/4583298 By Andrew Roberts Image: Patrick Bolger It’s about being respectful of their space…then the intimacy happens. It’s a very intimate moment, a baby, a first-time mum. The new baby gorilla in Dublin Zoo. Image: Patrick Bolgercenter_img Share132 Tweet Email4 Apr 13th 2019, 8:01 PM “YOU’RE WAITING FOR those little moments,” says photographer Patrick Bolger, who snapped the intimate photos of new mum Kafi and her baby gorilla at Dublin Zoo earlier this week. The photos spread across social media, with many commenting on the caring, loving nature depicted in the pictures of mother and child.Bolger has a good relationship with animals. He’s been Dublin Zoo’s go-to photographer for over ten years, and has seen his fair share of newborns experiencing the world for the first time.His technique though? Be respectful, stay out of the way and most importantly, be patient. “It’s very much the case of the animal first, and everything else second,” says Bolger.He says, like with humans, animals get more comfortable with you the longer you’re with them.“It’s never about disturbing them, it’s never about intruding,” he says. “Patience is key then, because sometimes it’s a matter of waiting. A matter of sitting there and being there.” First time mum Kafi with her days old new born. Source: Patrick BolgerA privilegeKafi and the baby’s father Bangui are western lowland gorillas and are classified as critically endangered.A newborn is always a cause for celebration as predictions say 80% of the remaining western lowland gorillas in the wild will be gone by 2046 due to a mixture of deforestation, commercial hunting and disease.Bolger remembers when Kafi and Bangui first came to the zoo. Now that he is seeing their baby, he feels like he’s marking the generations with his photographs. He was called in two or three days after the baby had been born. Kafi was very protective of the little one and had been inside the gorilla hut due to the cold.It was around 9.30am and Bolger went into the keeper’s area with James Creighton, a keeper he has worked with many times and who Bolger says understands the animals very well.Using a long lens, he peered into the gorilla hut, which was covered in a lot of shadow and darkness with only a small source of light for illumination.“As a photographer the challenge is technical. It’s so difficult in low light,” he says. “So you push the boundaries of your camera with the hope that it all comes through.”He says the aim isn’t to go in and take a load of photographs. The noise of the camera can disturb or frighten the animals if you are constantly clicking away. I’m happy to sit there and not take photographs, knowing that they’ll happen, knowing that they’ll come.He says you wait for the little moments – the eye contact between mother and baby, the baby’s expression when it is being rocked in the mother’s arms. Source: Patrick Bolger“It’s a lovely thing to witness to be honest,” says Bolger. “It’s just the vulnerability in the picture that we all can identity with as human beings… there’s something very powerful about it.”He spent about 15 minutes with them – a shorter time compared to other animal-based shoots, but within that time he had managed to capture an intimate and tender portrayal of love between a first-time mum and her days-old baby. “These are crucially endangered species and I think sometimes it’s just a privilege to just see how beautiful they are and how special they are,” he says.It’s just a beautiful moment. 29,508 Views 10 Comments Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this articlelast_img read more


first_img Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram Taxi owners were to hold an emergency meeting last Friday night to decide on the future of their strike. The strike is already in its third week. According to sources, the head of their largest association SATA was expected to propose an end to the strike, after the national association’s president, Thymios Lymberopoulos, met with regional authority chiefs and they promised not to accept any more applications or issue new taxi licences until the transport ministry draft bill is tabled in parliament. Last week, a meeting of taxi owners union representatives decided to extend their mobilisations, protesting against the deregulation of their sector. Despite the hardline stance adopted on a national level, taxi owner associations at a local level were on Wednesday announcing an end to their strike action, including those on the islands of Lesvos, with the exception of the island’s central town of Mytilene, and on the island of Rhodes. Source: Athens Newslast_img read more


first_img Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram There are many marine wonders from Port Phillip Bay waiting to be discovered by big and small kids alike at Queenscliff’s Marine and Freshwater Discovery Centre. The Discovery Centre will kick off its summer with the Sea Holiday Program on December 28, offering guided activities designed to captivate the minds of children of all ages. Marine and Freshwater Discovery Centre’s Senior Education Officer Alex Giannuzzi said visitors could explore the centre’s aquarium with the help of trained volunteers and Fisheries Victoria education officers. “The Discovery Centre’s programs focus on providing participants with an understanding of our marine, coastal and estuarine resources in a fun hands-on way,” Ms Giannuzzi said. “We also encourage visitors to participate in special daily events and book in for activities such as craft, family fishing trips, rockpool rambles and mudflat meanders.” The Marine and Freshwater Discovery Centre’s aquarium will be open on weekdays during the summer school holidays from 10am to 4pm, and the Summer by the Sea Holiday Program runs from December 28 to January 25 (closed New Year’s Day). A copy of the program is available from the Discovery Centre, Queenscliff Visitor Information Centre or online at www.dpi.vic.gov.au/mdc. For more information or to book an activity please contact the Marine and Freshwater Discovery Centre on (03) 5258 3344 or marine.discovery@dpi.vic.gov.aulast_img read more


first_img Man Completes ‘World’s Longest’ Journey By EVNissan’s Recycled EV Batteries Power ‘Off-Grid’ Adventures Stay on target James Dyson has changed the way we use vacuum cleaners, bladeless fans, and hair dryers. But can he change the way we use cars?The British inventor this week announced his company’s plan to build a battery electric vehicle, due out by 2020.This is a long time coming for Dyson, which began work in 1990 on a cyclonic filter to trap harmful exhaust particles.“To our chagrin, nobody at the time was interested in employing our diesel exhaust capture system and we stopped the project,” the chief engineer wrote in a company-wide memo, chiding governments that have since encouraged “oxymoronically designed” clean diesel engines.In the decades since, Dyson—the man and the firm—has continued innovating: most notably via digital motors and energy storage systems inside its Supersonic hair dryer and cord-free vacuums.“It has remained my ambition to find a solution to the global problem of air pollution,” Dyson said.“We finally have the opportunity to bring all our technologies together into a single product,” he continued. “Rather than filtering emissions at the exhaust pipe, today we have the ability to solve it at the source.”Rumors of a Dyson EV began swirling early last year, after the UK government published a document detailing transport, energy, communications, and general infrastructure plans through 2021. According to the record, Dyson received £174 million ($233 million) to “develop a new battery electric vehicle at their headquarters in Malmesbury, Wiltshire.”Boasting a growing team of more than 400, the project remains under wraps; don’t expect any technical details ahead of the car’s release in three years. The company has declined to provide a direct comment on this massive undertaking. And it’s easy to see why.“Competition for new technology in the automotive industry is fierce,” Dyson told his staff. “And we must do everything we can to keep the specifics of our vehicle confidential.”Dyson isn’t the only one hoping to eradicate motor pollutants: China and France recently revealed plans to ban gas- and diesel-fueled cars in favor of electric vehicles.A number of automakers, meanwhile, are moving toward the same goal, promising an end to internal combustion engines.“It is our obligation to offer a solution to the world’s largest single environmental risk,” according to Dyson. “I look forward to showing you all what I hope will be something quite unique and better, in due course.”Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey.last_img read more


first_img Share – / 2Some drivers who use I-45 to get into downtown Houston will have to brace for some big traffic snarls this weekend. And those delays will continue into next week.Starting at 9:00 Saturday night, TxDOT will close three of the four mainlanes of I-45 northbound between Telephone Road and the I-69/U.S.59 interchange. That’s so crews can put down concrete barriers and finish construction of the new St. Joseph/Pease Street two-lane exit ramp. While those lane restrictions are in place drivers will still be able to access the I-45/I-69 interchange.As the work goes on, TxDOT says it’ll open additional lanes to traffic. Beginning at 5:00 AM Monday, crews will open one more lane. At 5:00 AM Thursday, a third lane will open. And that new three-lane configuration will be in place until December 1.To avoid congestion, drivers who want to access I-69/U.S. 59/SH 288 are asked to detour to the I-610 East Loop.TxDOT’s Deidrea George says the lane restrictions are part of a bigger project to reconstruct connector ramps in an effort to eliminate weaving— those rapid lane changes as drivers try to make their exit.“People are waiting until the last minute to make the decision as to what freeway or connector they’re going to utilize,” says George. “And that causes a lot of traffic congestion and also accidents in the area.”The connector from I-45 northbound to I-69/U.S. 59/SH 288 southbound is currently on the left-hand side. TxDOT is converting it to a right-hand exit. The project also includes a new connector to I-69/U.S. 59 northbound.The work will cost a little over $30 million and it’s expected to be finished in spring of 2019.last_img read more


first_imgBritish authorities have levied the maximum possible £500,000 ($644,900) fine on Facebook after the social media network failed to safeguard its users’ data. The U.K.’s Information Commissioner’s Office investigated the breach, which centered on a data-harvesting app developed for tech and analytics firm Cambridge Analytica, which has since closed.“The ICO is clear that Facebook effectively broke the law by failing to keep users data safe,” the commissioner’s office said in a statement.Damian Collins, a member of Parliament and chair of the government’s committee on digital affairs and media, demanded further investigation. “Given that the ICO is saying that Facebook broke the law, it is essential that we now know which other apps that ran on their platform may have scraped data in a similar way,” he said. “This cannot be left to a secret internal investigation at Facebook.” The data of 87 million users was accessed, according to the ICO, but Collins said the “number of Facebook users affected by this kind of data-scraping may be far greater than has currently been acknowledged.”Facebook claims it did not know about the breach until it was reported in the press in 2015. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has repeatedly turned down requests from Collins’ parliamentary committee to appear before it, though he has testified before the U.S. Congress.“They say that Mark Zuckerberg did not know about it until it was reported in the press this year,” Collins said. “In which case, given that it concerns a breach of the law, they should state who was the most senior person in the company to know, why they decided people like Mark Zuckerberg didn’t need to know, and why they didn’t inform users at the time about the data breach.” Popular on Variety center_img ×Actors Reveal Their Favorite Disney PrincessesSeveral actors, like Daisy Ridley, Awkwafina, Jeff Goldblum and Gina Rodriguez, reveal their favorite Disney princesses. Rapunzel, Mulan, Ariel,Tiana, Sleeping Beauty and Jasmine all got some love from the Disney stars.More VideosVolume 0%Press shift question mark to access a list of keyboard shortcutsKeyboard Shortcutsplay/pauseincrease volumedecrease volumeseek forwardsseek backwardstoggle captionstoggle fullscreenmute/unmuteseek to %SPACE↑↓→←cfm0-9Next UpJennifer Lopez Shares How She Became a Mogul04:350.5x1x1.25×1.5x2xLive00:0002:1502:15last_img read more


first_imgJudicial and immigration officials in Costa Rica on Tuesday arrested two men suspected of forming part of a criminal group responsible for smuggling migrants across the Americas on their way to the U.S.Detainees are a Costa Rica man with the last names Santos Vargas and a Nicaraguan national surnamed Arce Martínez, who were arrested at their homes on the country’s borders with Panama and Nicaragua.Local officials conducted raids as part of a multinational operation called Mesoamérica that also led to the arrest of 10 people in Guatemala, seven in Panama, five in Honduras and one in El Salvador.Among those arrested in the operation is the alleged leader of the group, a Peruvian national named Leonardo Mejía, aka Leo Pasapera.Costa Rican General Prosecutor Jorge Chavarría said the operation is likely the most important anti human-trafficking operation in the continent in recent years.“This operation demonstrated that Central American countries have the ability to work together,” he said at a press conference.Officials during raids found a group of African and Caribbean migrants at Arce’s house. They also confiscated documents including immigration permits and receipts for payments received from the migrants, Chavarría said.In the raid of Santos’ house, police found a gun and documents containing information about the number of migrants the group has allegedly trafficked in past months.The investigationThe police investigation concluded that the group contacted people mostly from Pakistan, Afghanistan, India, Nepal, Bangladesh and various African countries.Those who agreed to attempt the trip were reportedly picked up in Dubai and then sent by air to Brazil.The journey throughout the Americas would continue through Colombia, various Central American countries and Mexico before reaching the final destination in the U.S.Chavarría said that once in Mexico, members of the group forced many of the migrants to smuggle drugs into the U.S.The entire route cost each migrant an amount ranging from $7,000 to $25,000, officials said.Deputy Prosecutor Mauricio Boraschi said the joint investigation began in Guatemala in November, and led police to conclude that the human trafficking network operated virtually throughout the Americas.The first actions in Costa Rica allowed the arrest of six people linked with the two men arrested Tuesday.National Police officers on Dec. 30 arrested the first three members of the network while it was transporting 51 migrants on a truck in the South Pacific canton of Golfito.Officers on Feb. 25 arrested three other men transporting 15 migrants along a road in the Central Pacific canton of Garabito.All eight suspects arrested so far in Costa Rica will face charges of human trafficking. According to the Immigration Law, charges are punishable with prison sentences ranging from six to 10 years.Ongoing human trafficking casesBoraschi said the total number of people arrested in five countries is 31, including the six people arrested in Costa Rica in the past months.The migration of African nationals is the most recent case of human trafficking in Costa Rica.Immigration officials noted an increase in the arrival of migrants from that continent since April, shortly after the country faced a serious situation with the arrival of more than 8,000 migrants from Cuba.The Cubans were stranded at 40 temporary shelters in the country’s borders with Nicaragua and Panama due to Nicaragua’s decision to forbid their entrance into the country.Recommended: Nowhere to go: A day at a Costa Rica migrant shelterThe AFP contributed to this story. Facebook Comments Related posts:On patrol with the Costa Rican Border Police Immigration Police detains man linked to human trafficking operation Human rights group calls for legal action against ‘erotic vacation provider’ US court sentences Costa Rican woman to 30 months in jail for role in human smuggling networklast_img read more


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is part of the Netherlands has suffered “enormous devastation” Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte told Reuters on Thursday The number of victims on that side of the island is unknown Rutte says he has sent sent marines and two aid flights Saint Barthelemy Floodwaters were the biggest problem for the French island also known as St Barts as well as blackouts But there have been no reports of major damage Anguilla The British overseas territory of Anguilla sustained “the full blast” of the hurricane UK Foreign Office Minister Alan Duncan said according to the BBC One person has died according to local officials while Ronald Jackson executive director of the Caribbean disaster and emergency management agency told the Guardian that “police stations hospitals school facilities three or four emergency shelters a home for the infirm and the aged as well as the fire station” as well as numerous homes have been destroyed and damaged The British government’s response to Anguilla has prompted anger 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reportedly inaccessible school were destroyed and land has been stripped of vegetation The US territory had sustained “significant devastation” Gov Kenneth Mapp said in a statement seen by NPR on Thursday “Sustained winds of 150 mph gusts higher than that for three or four hours is devastating” he said Significant damage has been reported in the British Virgin Islands Important facilities like homes businesses and supermarkets have been destroyed “The British Virgin Islands were also not spared the hurricanes full force Our initial assessment is of severe damage and we expect that the islands will need extensive humanitarian assistance which we will of course provide” UK Foreign Minister Duncan said in a statement Billionaire owner of Virgin Airlines Richard Branson said in a blog post on Thursday that his private island Necker was “completely and utterly devastated” by Hurricane Irma “It is a traumatic time here in the British Virgin Islands” Richard said “I have never seen anything 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ordered along the northern coastline of the country including Tortuga island but it is unknown how many people listened to the advice Two people were injured by a falling tree but there were no reports of deaths as of Thursday evening Reports suggest the country has been spared the worst effects of the category 5 storm but aid groups told TIME that they are waiting for day-break on Friday to assess the damage in Haiti’s northern areas Turks and Caicos The British overseas territory made up for 40 coral islands was hit by the storm on Friday morning after bracing for winds up to 174mph and waves of up to 20ft high The extent of destruction on the low-lying archipelago is still unknown Contact us at editors@timecomDonald Trump Jr spoke Tuesday about his controversial meeting with Russian attorney Natalia Veselnitskaya during the 2016 presidential campaign acknowledging that he would have handled things differently if given the opportunity and claiming that he had never informed his 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