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first_imgRelatedPosts EPL: Liverpool survive Watford scare Goals from Salah, Origi hand Liverpool UEFA Champions League title ICYMI: Liverpool stun Barca to reach Champions League final Manchester United have been handed a dream draw against League Two side Colchester in the Carabao Cup quarter-finals.Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side made it through to the last eight with a 2-1 win over Chelsea on Wednesday and will now welcome the lowest-ranked team left in the competition to Old Trafford.Elsewhere, League One side Oxford United will play defending champions Manchester City as they chase a third successive League Cup success.Liverpool booked their place in the next round with a thrilling penalty shootout win over Arsenal at Anfield.Divock Origi scored an equaliser to make it 5-5 in the final seconds of added time before Dani Ceballos missed a crucial spot kick and Curtis Jones converted his to send the Reds through.They will travel to Villa Park after Dean Smith’s side managed to overcome fellow Premier League outfit Wolves on Wednesday.Ties are expected to be played during the week commencing December 16 but it remains to be seen if Liverpool’s schedule can be adjusted to fit in the trip to Villa.Liverpool are due in Qatar for the Club World Cup that week with the final on Saturday, December 21. That all comes before the hectic festive period in which Liverpool will also play on Boxing Day and December 29.—  Tags: Divock Origilast_img read more


first_imgSteve Kaplan and Jason Levien, co-chairmen of DC United, praised Rooney for his contribution to the franchise — he has scored 23 times in 42 appearances since he joined from Everton on a three-year contract last year.“After speaking to Wayne and understanding his difficult situation of being so far away from his family, we have accepted that this is the best decision for all parties,” they told the Derby website.“Wayne is an exceptional leader and one of the most iconic players to play the game, so we look forward to his continued contributions to the team this season.”Morris said Rooney’s arrival would bolster the reputation of the club.“To have Wayne Rooney as a player, and equally as an aspiring coach, is incredible and I can only imagine the buzz this will generate amongst our supporters at home and internationally,” said Morris.Cocu, who began his spell as manager with a 2-1 win over Huddersfield on Monday, said Rooney’s experience would be a massive boost to the club as they seek to return to the Premier League for the first time since 2008.“It is an exciting prospect for him to be joining Derby County and he can bring so much to this squad, both on and off the pitch,” said Cocu.“To have a player with his leadership, skill, experience, character and work ethic will be huge for us.“The inspiration and motivation this can generate is massive for all of our players from the first team right through to the youngsters in the academy.”Morris will be hoping Rooney wields a similar influence that he has done at DC United as attested to by his team-mate Steve Birnbaum.“He’s changed everything, he’s changed the culture of the club,” Birnbaum told the Daily Telegraph.“The work ethic he puts in during practice and you guys see it in the games. We have this sort of confidence or swag going into games because of him.”Share on: WhatsApp FILE PHOTO: Wayne RooneyLondon, United Kingdom | AFP | Former England captain Wayne Rooney is to leave Washington-based DC United after agreeing a deal to become player-coach of  Championship side Derby County, the clubs announced on Tuesday.The 33-year-old — the record goalscorer for both his country and Manchester United — signed an initial 18 month contract with the ambitious second tier side, who under Rooney’s former England team-mate Frank Lampard reached the play-off final last season.The high-profile signing has already paid off for the club.“On the back of Wayne joining the club, we have just been offered a record-breaking sponsorship deal with our principal shirt sponsor,” said owner Mel Morris.Derby, two-time English champions back in the 1970s, have been rewarded for being quick off the mark when rumours surfaced that Colleen, Rooney’s wife and mother of their three children, was unhappy in the United States and wanted to return home.Rooney, who is presently working towards securing his coaching qualifications, will work under former PSV Eindhoven boss Phillip Cocu.“I am very excited about the opportunity that Derby County have provided me with,” Rooney told the club website.“I am looking forward to joining Phillip Cocu, his coaching staff and the first-team squad from the start of January.“I am sure I can make a big contribution and can’t wait to meet everyone, especially the supporters.“I am equally excited to begin my coaching career at Derby County working with both the first team and academy.“I must also take this opportunity to thank DC United, their owners, executives and supporters who have been superb to work with.“I want them to know that I will give my all in support of our push for the play-offs.”– ‘Confidence or swag’ –last_img read more


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first_imgThe plant, which will be established near Pelindaba in Gauteng province, is a joint venture between the South African government, through Pelchem, and Swiss chemicals and biotechnology company Lonza Ltd. The Ketlaphela project is expected to create an estimated 2 600 jobs.Pandor said the construction process – which itself will create 3 800 jobs – would start early next year. “This joint venture, named ‘Ketlaphela’, will establish the first pharmaceutical plant to manufacture active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs) for antiretroviral medicines in South Africa,” Science and Technology Minister Naledi Pandor told journalists in Cape Town. Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies said South Africa consumed R25-billion worth of medicines each year, the “majority” of this imported. South Africa currently imports the APIs needed to manufacture antiretrovirals. Valuable and desirable partner South Africa is to build a R1.6-billion pharmaceutical plant to produce the ingredients for antiretroviral medicines used in the treatment of HIV/Aids, the government announced on Friday. Ketlaphela is a Sesotho word meaning “I will live or survive”. 13 February 2012 Stepping up manufacturing capacity Sapacenter_img Ketlaphela, once it starts up in 2016, is expected to significantly improve the security of supply of priority drugs, as well as stabilise the price of these.While most antiretrovirals used in South Africa are locally manufactured by four companies, all the APIs used in them are imported. “We anticipate we’ll have about 40% localisation through the initiative,” she said. The government had created an interdepartmental task team “to negotiate the modalities and incentives necessary to ensure the financial viability of the Ketlaphela project”, she said. Pandor indicated the saving South Africa might be expected to make through manufacturing its own APIs would be significant. Pandor said the new company would be funded by a capital investment of R1-billion by various state institutions, including the Industrial Development Corporation; more than R500-million from Lonza; and R100-million from Pelchem, a subsidiary of the Nuclear Energy Corporation of SA. On the partnership with Lonza, Davies said an important aspect was that South Africa would also be producing the chemicals used to make the APIs. “It’s a rather significant step up in our capacity as pharmaceutical manufacturers,” he said. Improving security of supply “Lonza’s high Swiss standards plus their superb track record of establishing and maintaining successful commercial operations in developing countries, make them a valuable and desirable partner.” “Our partnership with Lonza is based on the fact that Lonza is one of the world’s leading suppliers of various products of pharmaceutical, healthcare and life sciences industries and is a global leader in the production and support of APIs in cell-based research, endotoxin detection, and cell therapy manufacturing,” Pandor said.last_img read more


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Hair band width: about 10mm.Simple and plain design, very beautiful and attractive.A great DIY hair accessories perfect for women and girls.Can be a nice match for jeans wear or evening dress, etc.The head bands arrived and i opened them to examine them and this is what i thought and observed with the head bands. Very first factor i found was there is a handful of scuffs/markings on the headbands which i wasnt to delighted about. Next i tried out the head band on and observed it was a little bit smaller for me but was a pleasant tight so the plastic is awesome and tough, although the headbands do sense abit cheaply built. The head bands are extra suited to smaller young children thanks to the dimensions of the headbands so remember to bare this in mind when purchasing them. Overall even nevertheless they had a handful of markings on them and are bit cheaply built i do truly feel they are not to undesirable for young ones, and are fantastic for adults and kits to sit down jointly and insert sparkles and gems to the headbands so the child can make a unique headband and use it with delight. Prosthey do the occupation as head bandsnice restricted fitcheap to buycan include gems and sparkles to themconsquite cheaply madea couple scuffs/dirt markings on the head bandsthey abit compact (extra suited to tiny young children)hope you like my critique feel free of charge to request any inquiries you may well have i be satisfied to assist answer your inquiries. You should take note i obtained this products at a discounted price tag in exchange for a sincere review. All views and thoughts are my individual.These plain plastic headbands by oulii are not the best resources and i suppose this is a situation of you get what youpay for and learn by your errors. These headbands are surely not created and produced working with the finest ofmaterials and they are not comfortable to have on possibly so i have to say no great. The plastic is scratched on some of them and they reduce into your head at the sides because of the angle of the band andi wouldn’t use them on a baby mainly because of this. I would have utilized them myself when i want my fringe off my face but i don’tfind them wearable for extended. I was ready to obtain these headbands at a advised price tag in exchange for a fair, trustworthy and unbiased evaluate and ihave unquestionably specified this. You should ask if you have any queries and i will do my greatest to respond to them. Thanks for takingthe time to go through my overview, i take pleasure in it.Ideal for guaranteeing hair os off your face. I requested these as so lots of for a good rate. I only required them for making use of to make confident all hair was off my deal with when accomplishing my make up or using when having a shower and i did not want to clean my hair (so hair was stored off my face) these healthy the bill beautifully. Rather sturdy and strong but if worn for a extensive interval of time then they definitely dig in behind the ears. I don’t forget remaining a small female and acquiring headbands that dug in so significantly that i would refuse to put on them. I can envision these would have the identical impact. Whilst as i stated – i only required them for limited expression use and the are terrific for that.These are amazing i built bunny ears and monster ears with the young children and they love them. I imagine i will get some again for the reason that you can honestly have so a great deal fun with them. Practically nothing that hurts there heads which is excellent. They are quite brittle plastic but theres sufficient to keep us doing minimal pursuits so no issues at all. Plain black, brilliantreally impressed. ***be sure to observe i recieved these at a low cost or free of charge in exchange for my trustworthy overview***.last_img read more


first_imgSure, it’ll make users happier by decreasing the keystrokes between rabid greediness and commercial satiety, but at what cost? That’s a factor you’ll have to contact Google to actually learn about; pricing is not available online.It’s dirty electronic retailer ROI powered by Google – happy holidays. Webinars are coming to a monitor near you on November 12, November 17, and December 3. jolie odell Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… Tags:#Google#web Here’s a prematurely festive and depressingly commercial demo video: Related Posts center_img A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting Halloween’s barely over, but it’s already the most wonderful time of the year! Brace yourselves for the onslaught of holiday-themed money-grubbing, folks.The tech sector is subjected to the same indignities, beginning with a new enterprise search product from our friends at Google, who insist that users will stay on your pathetic website for about eight seconds unless they find exactly what they’re looking for. And how ever shall they find it? Google Commerce Search, of course!Google Commerce Search was engineered with the online retail experience in mind. It purports to allow visitors to quickly find the products they seek; to filter results by category, price, brand or other attributes; to increase conversions and sales; to increase sales of specific products within search results; to conduct cross-sale and promotional offers; and to scale without glitches because of holiday-related traffic spikes. And all of these results are to be delivered alongside Google’s analytics offerings for optimized performance and conversion. 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Marketlast_img read more


first_imgAdvertisement Jian Ghomeshi, the former CBC Radio broadcaster slipped back into the public spotlight with an announcement about his new music and podcast series, but this creative adventure is already facing problems.A day after the ex-CBC personality revealed The Ideation Project, a new podcast which tackles world citizenship and the loss of homelands, his quiet comeback attempt received an onslaught of backlash on social media.This reaction comes a year after Ghomeshi was acquitted of sexual assault charges involving multiple female complainants in a high-profile criminal case. LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Advertisement Advertisement Facebook Twitter “You should admit to your crimes, apologize and go away,” wrote one Twitter user in response to Ghomeshi’s link to the new podcast.Another critic posted, “This ‘nothings’s different, carry on’ routine ain’t gonna fly.”This resulted in one company’s decision to step away from the series.A San Francisco-based software company, Art19, was an audio host which feed the podcast for distribution on iTunes.After receiving a barrage of hate for its perceived support and association with Ghomeshi’s new project, it suspended its hosting role on Tuesday.“This show was placed on our platform without our awareness yesterday,” said Roddy Swearngin, a spokesperson for Art19. “After receiving complaints, we suspended it.”The company also tried to distance itself from the former host of the radio show Q, saying “we are a software company and play no role in the creation or curation of content. We just offer tools for publishers to distribute and monetize their podcasts.”Matt Earle, a representative for Ghomeshi told CTV News Toronto that Art19’s decision to cut ties had no effect on the project.“[Art19] caved under online pressure,” Earle said.The Ideation Project is still available through Sound Cloud, he says.According to Earle, Ghomeshi began the project about a year ago and has had some help from friends in the industry. And while the podcasts and music tracks are free now, he expected there may one day be ads on the YouTube channel.As for financial backers, Earle said it was funded “primarily directly from him.”BY Amara McLaughlin Login/Register With:last_img read more


first_imgLAS VEGAS, Nev. – Today’s vision of a smart home has more to do with what’s technologically possible than what people really need.Thus the endless parade of internet-connected wine openers, water bottles, meat thermometers and refrigerators, and a dearth of automation that would clean and fold our laundry, pick up things around the house or assist aging people as their physical strength wanes.Not that some tinkerers aren’t trying to come up with life-changing tools, often while trying to persuade consumers to share their routines and shopping habits to make all this work — and potentially opening the doors to hacking or surveillance in their homes.The annual CES gadget show, which opened in Las Vegas on Tuesday, is a showcase of the latest innovations from big corporations and tiny startups. Some of these inventions could soon be useful to consumers. Others look outlandishly impractical — or maybe it’s too soon to tell.THE INTERNET OF WHAT?Want to book an Uber ride from your fridge? Samsung has you covered with one of its latest refrigerator models unveiled in Vegas. Of if you’re looking for a water bottle that “helps celebrate when you’ve met your hydration goals,” the internet-connected Hidrate Spark 2.0 has arrived.You can command a Whirlpool microwave to switch settings with your voice, but per regulations, you still have to walk over to push the button to start it (and of course put food in and out). A meat thermometer made by Apption Labs will send a notification to your phone app when your steak is fully barbecued.It’s unlikely that anyone but the most extreme wine connoisseur will need to track wine-preserving argon gas levels in a half-finished bottle of pinot noir. But a maker of bottle-opening gadgetry, Coravin, lets you do just that. The device needles wine out of a bottle without pulling the cork. What’s new is connectivity and an app, so you’re alerted when the gadget needs cleaning or a new battery.All this reflects a cottage industry striving to imbue every last household appliance or wearable item with connectivity. But do we really need it?NEVER MIND THE NAYSAYERSWhat one person considers a silly idea is another person’s breakthrough, and many innovations displayed at CES could find long-term commercial success among niche audiences even if they aren’t widely adopted, said technology analyst Tom Coughlin, president of Coughlin Associates.“Some stuff is before it’s time. Some stuff is partially thought through,” Coughlin said. But you never know, he said, because “sometimes people don’t know what they need until they see it.”At CES, Coughlin said, “you see the hopes and dreams, the fantasies, both mad and sublime and clever things that people can think of doing.”THE DUTCH LESSONIn the Netherlands, startup entrepreneurs often look mockingly back to a late-1990s video that asked random people in Amsterdam if they ever wanted a mobile phone, said Stefan Witkamp, co-founder of smart home startup Athom B.V.“Now it’s unthinkable not to have your smartphone,” said Witkamp, whose company’s Homey product links various connected devices to a single system. Similar skepticism now affects smart devices, he said.“People think, why do I need to control my music through my smartphone? Why do I need to manage and monitor my home remotely or automatically? But it could very well be that in five years, we’ll be thinking: ‘Why would we ever not want to?’”BUT WHERE’S MY ROBOT?The reality is that it’s a lot easier to connect an appliance to the internet than it is to build “Rosie,” the robotic maid that TV cartoon show “The Jetsons” launched into the world’s imagination a half-century ago.Sure, robotic vacuums are already cleaning carpets and kitchen floors around the world, but the level of artificial intelligence and physical precision it takes to do housework like a human is still a far-off dream for robot-makers. Instead, many of the robots coming on the consumer market are either toys or designed to be a more personality-driven version of a talking speaker.But it’s not for lack of trying.DUELING LAUNDRY-FOLDERS“It took us 13 years to reach this point,” said Shin Sakane, founder and CEO of Tokyo-based Seven Dreamers Laboratories.His “Laundroid” clothes-folder — and the rival FoldiMate also on display at CES — are feats of engineering that also underscore the limits of current technology. Sakane’s bureau-sized machine is powered by hidden robotic arms and computer vision that can distinguish between different types of clothing.“It’s a soft material,” Sakane said, clutching a white towel. “It could be a T-shirt. It’s hard to distinguish.”Priced at $16,000, the machine can take 30 items per cycle, though it’s still not terribly efficient. It takes 10 or more minutes to fold a shirt — making each cycle a 6-hour project.Rival FoldiMate claims to be faster, but the company came to the show for the second-year running without a functioning prototype. As founder and CEO Gal Rosov demonstrated putting shirts and towels into a top rack where they were sucked into the machine, a bottom drawer opened with pre-folded items inside. To repeat the display, he opened a middle panel where crumpled items hadn’t been folded at all.Rosov said the machine on display was just a concept model and the company hopes to start “early shipping” at the end of 2019.last_img read more


first_imgDALLAS — Pilots at American Airlines are asking for more training with the automated anti-stall system on certain new Boeing jets. The system is under scrutiny after a deadly crash in Indonesia.Pilots union spokesman Dennis Tajer said Thursday that the request followed a meeting between several American Airlines pilots and Boeing representatives. Boeing also met with Southwest Airlines pilots.Indonesian investigators are probing whether pilots on an Oct. 29 Lion Air flight were overwhelmed when faulty sensor readings activated the anti-stall system and automatically pushed the nose of their plane down. The Boeing 737 MAX plunged into the Java Sea, killing 189 people.The anti-stall system differs from those in previous Boeing 737 models.Boeing says the MAX is safe and there is a procedure for stopping the nose-down command.David Koenig, The Associated Presslast_img read more