AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore 06 FEB 2018 Saleha Riaz Huawei sub-brand Honor launched the first smartphone in its Lite Series for Europe, stating the unit’s four cameras will make users “masters of photography”.Priced at £199.99, the Honor 9 Lite features dual-lens 13MP and 2MP cameras on both the front and back, with gesture control so users can wave to trigger a two second countdown when taking photos.“The dual front camera features a wide aperture of ƒ2.0, with one sensor capturing image details, whilst the other gathers depth of field information, producing professional-looking images,” the company said in a statement.It also features a bezel-less 5.65-inch edge-to-edge FullView HD Display.Wilkin Lee, sales and marketing director of Honor UK, (pictured, right) said at a London launch event the company was targeting digital natives with a real-time headset monitoring feature, which lets users record studio-like high quality music.He added the phone is “a new generation of affordable premium”.Honor president George Zhao, added: “Offering a smooth user experience, a quad camera and an attractive mirrored surface, the Honor 9 Lite is not just a symbol of style, but a way to capture important life moments in a way that’s easier to navigate than ever before.”The company said the device inherited its design from the flagship Honor 9 smartphone – its 2.5D glass integrates into the nano-scale optical coating, which is polished by a 12-layered process, resulting in a “mirror-like effect”.Honor 9 Lite comes in three colours – blue, black and grey – and will be available in the UK from 9 February.In December 2017, Zhao vowed to challenge Apple and Samsung by becoming a top three smartphone brand by 2022.Huawei rotating CEO Ken Hu in January said the company will continue to reinforce the implementation of its dual Huawei and (mid-tier) Honor brand strategy: “Honor will strive to deliver stylish new gadgets that young people love…the Huawei brand will strive to obtain a larger share in the high-end market, serve a wider audience”. Saleha joined Mobile World Live in October 2014 as a reporter and works across all e-newsletters – creating content, writing blogs and reports as well as conducting feature interviews…More Read more HonorHuaweismartphones European operators target phone sustainability Previous ArticleTelefonica, Huawei complete groundwork for V2X trialsNext ArticleIndecent material led to Telegram App Store removal Author HomeDevicesNews Honor 9 Lite spearheads European push Huawei founder urges shift to software Devices India smartphone shipments grow Related Tags
Diana is Mobile World Live’s US Editor, reporting on infrastructure and spectrum rollouts, regulatory issues, and other carrier news from the US market. Diana came to GSMA from her former role as Editor of Wireless Week and CED Magazine, digital-only… Read more Foxconn ventures into chips with new JV HomeAsiaNews Foxconn secures US HQ Author Taiwan-based electronics manufacturer Hon Hai Precision Technologies (Foxconn) closed the purchase of a new seven-story office building in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, it said will serve as its first North American headquarters.The move comes nearly a year after Foxconn announced plans to spend $10 billion over the course of four years on construction of a massive manufacturing facility in the state. At the time, the governor of Wisconsin announced the plant would be the only LCD production facility not located in Asia.Foxconn told Associated Press more than 500 people will work in the office, which is located 30 miles north of the site of the new factory. The office will also house an innovation centre where engineers will be able to develop new uses for the company’s display technology.When plans to purchase the building were announced in February, Louis Woo, special assistant to Foxconn CEO Terry Gou, said in a statement the deal would “create significant high-value job opportunities and an extensive supply chain supporting our project in Wisconsin.” He added the innovation centre housed in the office would “play an instrumental role in our commitment to create a vibrant 8K and 5G ecosystem in the United States”.Separately, the company launched a new international exchange programme with the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee to introduce engineering students to LCD fabrication technologies and processes.Foxconn said the programme could eventually be expanded to other universities in the state and across the midwest. Diana Goovaerts AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore 18 JUN 2018 Tags Previous ArticleQualcomm, NXP deal still at a red lightNext ArticlePGA Tour tees up private LTE trials Related India earmarks $6B in handset production incentives Foxconn Devices Foxconn predicts continued gains
AUGUSTA, Ga. – Rory McIlroy may have discovered the reason why he doesn’t yet have a green jacket, why he remains one leg shy of the career Grand Slam, why each year he leaves Augusta National – a course that so perfectly suits his game – scratching his head. Because he needs to relax. That’s not a word often associated with the Masters, but McIlroy sounded Tuesday like a man who is still trying to strike a balance between being prepared and being loose for his shot at history. And so he is shaking things up this year at the Masters. Just about everything, it seems. He switched to a cross-handed putting grip last month. He didn’t make a single scouting trip to Augusta in advance of the tournament. He is using only one ball in practice rounds, instead of hitting multiple shots from the tee boxes, fairways and closely mown areas around the green. Heck, he is even skipping the Par-3 Contest, out of superstition. “I really feel like I play my best golf when I’m more relaxed, when I’m having fun out there and I’m not overdoing it or not overthinking it,” McIlroy said. “It’s a very special event, and obviously it’s different in its own way, but I don’t want to treat it any differently.” But it’s not that simple. The Masters will always be the event on his calendar that is circled – it’s the only piece remaining for him to become just the sixth player to complete the career Grand Slam. McIlroy’s wholesale changes are the product of what transpired last spring, when he arrived at Augusta with so much hype and hoopla following his banner year in 2014. Sure, he finished fourth last year, his best result in seven tries, but he got lapped by Jordan Spieth after going 3 over for his first 27 holes. Masters Tournament: Articles, photos and videos “I think part of that,” McIlroy said, “was having so much expectation and thinking of the Grand Slam and thinking of the Masters and thinking of all this where I needed to just take a step back and relax and go out and try and play my own game.” That part creates pressure, too. He possesses an explosive game that many expect will produce multiple Masters victories. He can hit the ball high. He can land the ball softly. He has a good touch around the greens. “He can emasculate a golf course,” Tom Watson said. “You would think this was a golf course that I can definitely win on,” McIlroy said. “I know that. I just haven’t quite been able to get myself over the hurdle. “Am I surprised that this is the last one left? Probably, yeah.” So why hasn’t it happened? The danger at the Masters, more so than any other tournament, is to over-prepare, to try every possible shot, lie and angle, to line up practice rounds with veterans and to ask too many questions. McIlroy played too tentatively his first few years, his focus more on where to avoid than where to aim. The information overload also conflicted with his carefree attitude on the course when he’s in top form. Phil Mickelson, who didn’t break through at Augusta until his 12th attempt, said the temptation for players is to focus too much on the course and not enough on their own game. “It’s much better to be ready with your game,” Mickelson said, “because you’ve got to execute no matter how well you know the golf course.” Which is why to play his best, McIlroy says it’s imperative that he backs off, that he doesn’t overthink, that he doesn’t try too hard. After heading to Augusta early each year to reacquaint himself with the course, he didn’t play his first round here this year until Monday, when he set up a match with Chris Wood. On Tuesday, he played a game with Andy Sullivan, Jamie Donaldson and Bernd Wiesberger, and he used only one ball, even if it meant hitting out of pine straw or a fairway bunker. “I’m just trying to play it more like it is a tournament round,” he said. With so much pressure to complete the Slam, it would seem that McIlroy’s appearance at the Par-3 Contest would be a welcome reprieve, a chance to have a few laughs and fun before the most famous golf tournament on the most stressful course in the world commences. But McIlroy has switched up his routine for that, too, saying that he wanted to “get away from the spotlight a little bit.” That’s understandable, of course, but McIlroy also has the last tee time Thursday (2:01 p.m. ET). He’ll have to wait 24 hours after his last practice round to tee it up in the tournament proper, which is plenty of time to, well, sit around and think about the Slam and the Masters and that elusive green jacket. “I feel like I’ve got everything I need to become a Masters champion,” he said, “but I think each and every year that passes that I don’t, it will become increasingly more difficult.” Especially if he makes all of these changes and winds up with the same disappointing outcome.
DL Debate – 24/05/21 Google+ Derry draw with Pats: Higgins & Thomson Reaction Facebook Twitter Journey home will be easier – Paul Hegarty By News Highland – April 13, 2018 Pinterest Pinterest Google+ News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Previous articleOutrage after tourists tyres slashed by vandalsNext articleSafety issues raised over road outside Ramelton Housing Estate News Highland AudioHomepage BannerNews Calls for Leader funding applications to be simplified WhatsApp An Inishowen councillor says the structure of Leader application forms must be changed to make it easier for small groups to apply for funding. Cllr Martin Mc Dermott says the process is geared towards larger projects, and the point is being reached where smaller concerns run by a few volunteers who are looking for relatively small amounts will simply give up.Cllr Mc Dermott says that would be bad for everybody, and steps must be taken to streamline the process:Audio Playerhttp://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/McderHFGHFmleader.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Facebook Harps come back to win in Waterford Twitter FT Report: Derry City 2 St Pats 2 WhatsApp RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR
‘It’s Fractured’: Georgia Lt. Gov. Geoff Duncan On Healing Republican Party Legal Advocate Discusses Medical Abuse At Shut Down Georgia ICE Facility 0:43 | Play story Add to My ListIn My List Share Education advocate, professor and author Diane Ravitch spoke in Atlanta today to a group of potential voters. Ravitch’s organization, The Network for Public Education, has endorsed some candidates in next week’s Atlanta school board race. Hear the audio version of this story. 0:43Ravitch says she wants to help restore public education by stopping the privatization of schools. She blames privatization, in part, on the charter schools movement. Charter schools are public schools, but some accept private investments. Nine APS school board seats will be in play next Tuesday. Ravitch’s group has endorsed four candidates: Cynthia Briscoe Brown, Ed Johnson, Mary Palmer, and Nisha Simama. Ravitch says they carefully considered all of the candidates beforehand.“We asked for resumes and statements from all the candidates, including the people from Teach for America,” she says. “And the four that we selected were the ones that were the most committed to public education.”Ravitch doesn’t support Teach for America, a federal program that trains college graduates to teach in high-needs areas for a minimum of two years. Ravitch says her group didn’t end up supporting any of those candidates. But, she adds, they didn’t donate to the candidates they endorsed. “We have no money,” she says. “And, as you well know, Mayor Reed has collected lots of money and I just read in the Atlanta Journal that he’s getting money from the Koch brothers.”A Reed-backed Political Action Committee has backed eight different candidates. The Super PAC includes Georgia Pacific, which is owned by Koch Industries. For Whom The Bell Rings Related Stories
Coimbra Group Scholarship Programme 2021 for Young Researchers from the European Neighbourhood Deadline: 7 May 2012Open to: All interestedVenue: 9 May, 2012 (Wednesday), from 11:00 h – 13:00 h, at the Tetovo, Republic of MacedoniaDescriptionIn the framework of the celebration of the Europe day, 9 May, European Center SN7 organizes a workshop on the topic “Europe, you & me”. European Center SN7, is a nongovernmental, non-profit and independent organization. Established in 2010, with headquarters in Tetovo, it works and operates throughout the territory of the Republic of Macedonia. European Center SN7 is committed to spreading the European spirit and ideas to us. The workshop aims at contributing to a better understanding of the European values for living together in diversity and shaping Europe’s future, on the day of Europe, 9 May.VenueThe workshop will take place on 9 May, 2012 (Wednesday), from 11:00 h – 13:00 h, at the Tetovo, Republic of Macedonia. Participation to the workshop is limited to 15 participants in total.CostsParticipation on the workshop is free, while according to the workshop’s financial plan will not be provided a financial assistance for other expenses as transport, meals or accommodation.EligibilityThe workshop is open to all interested. Participants should have basic knowledge and interest about the European Union.The workshop will be held in Albanian and Macedonian language.ApplicationTo attend the workshop “Europe, you & me” fill in the application form and send it by: 7 May, 2012 to: [email protected] you’d like to ask any additional questions concerning the workshop send mail at: [email protected] or call to the: 00 389 70 523 764.The Official Call ← I Love This City – Video Contest Postdoctoral Position in High Performance Computing, Estonia → Share 0 Call for Entries: Pro Carton Young Designers Award 2021 Reddit Pocket Tweet Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment. +1 Similar Stories May 4, 2012 Published by Site Default Google PhD Fellowship Program for graduate students Europe, You & Me Workshop, Macedonia LinkedIn 0
+1 Earth Journalism Network Asia-Pacific Media Grants 2021 Deadline: 15 October 2018Open to: applicants betwen 18-30 years of age from the countries mentioned belowAward: USD 3000;round-trip travel to attend the share-a-thon in Bangkok, Thailand in November 2018DescriptionUNFPA is hosting an Asia-Pacific Regional Youth Video Competition that will further recognize the key role of young people in tackling issues on SRHR and CSE. These videos will act as advocacy and awareness-raising to further strengthen policies and programmes of SRHR and CSE in the region. Furthermore, it enables them to showcase their solutions and inspire others.——Young people constitute a growing proportion of the world’s population, with larger numbers than ever before. Globally, this age group comprises of over 1.8 billion young people of which the Asia Pacific countries account for nearly 1 billion. Young people are shaping social and economic development and building the foundation for the region’s future.Yet, young people face many obstacles to achieving sexual and reproductive health (SRH), including lack of access to information and lack of skills to safeguard their well-being. Adolescent pregnancy is increasing in many countries in the region, contrary to global trends of decreasing adolescent pregnancy. Currently, nearly 5 million adolescent girls give birth each year in the Asia Pacific region, with over 3000 deaths due to pregnancy or birth complications. Nearly 600,00 young people are living with HIV in the region with 300 young people infected every day. Both adolescent pregnancy and HIV can be prevented through comprehensive sexuality education with a focus on gender equality.Eligibility Arch2O Internship for Fall 2018 → AwardThe total award value is USD 3000, to be shared by two winners;Round-trip travel to attend the share-a-thon in Bangkok, Thailand in November 2018;Assignment as a youth reporter: opportunity to work with the unfpa asia-pacific regional office with videos, articles and social media covering highlights of the meetingThe videos will be showcased in front of an international audienceHow to apply?For more information, and how to submit your video, please visit the official web page. Reddit Share 0 August 20, 2018 Published by sanja ← The Washington Post offers Paid Summer Internships in USA Tweet LinkedIn 0 2019 Asia Pacific Youth ICH Storytelling Contest Similar Stories NetMission.Asia 2021 There is no entry fee;Must be 18-30 years of age;• Must be from the following countries: Afghanistan | Bangladesh | Bhutan | Cambodia | China | Democratic People’s Republic of Korea | India | Indonesia | Islamic Republic of Iran | Japan | Lao People’s Democratic Republic | Malaysia | Maldives | Mongolia | Myanmar | Nepal | Pacific Island Countries *Cook Islands, Fiji, Kiribati, Marshall Islands, Federated States of Micronesia, Nauru, Niue, Palau, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Tokelau Islands, Tonga, Tuvalu and Vanuatu* | Pakistan | Papua New Guinea | Philippines | Sri Lanka | Thailand | Timor-Leste | Viet Nam;The video submissions can be short films, documentaries and animation and must focus on the Asia-Pacific region at any level (regional, national, local, institutional, policy, etc.) and produced by producers from the region;Productions will be accepted in English, or in the original or native language if accompanied by subtitles in English;Length of productions can be up to 3 minutes and will have to be professionally made according to broadcast standards;Only one video clip can be submitted per individual. The video clip should have been produced by the entrant and/or the entrant should have the unrestricted right to disseminate it;The video clip should be supported by a document file containing the script, title, location, and the producer’s name in English;Only high-resolution videos (minimal resolution of 720p), with good sound quality, will be accepted;The competition will not accept films produced by governments or development actors publicizing a specific project;The video should be the original work of the entrant and must not infringe upon the copyrights, trademarks, and rights of privacy, publicity, or any other proprietary rights of a person or entity. UNFPA accepts all entries in good faith, and will not be held liable if a competitor violates these guidelines. If an entry is found to violate these guidelines, it will be disqualified;Please make sure any music or audio you use on your video is license free or you have acquired a license to use it;The entrant retains copyright of the film/s and product/s submitted, but agrees that UNFPA can use the film/s and product/s in perpetuity across multiple platforms, including websites, social media and any other platforms that currently exist or may be developed in the future. UNFPA will make every effort to acknowledge the entrants’ names alongside the film/s and product/s whenever they are used;The film should not feature or depict any specific commercial products, processes, services and political views. Pocket UNFPA Asia-Pacific Regional Youth Video Competition
Milan Bayonne Community Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter LETTER: North Bergen BOE race was Wainstein’s worst showing to date TAGSletters to the editornorth bergen board of educationphil swibinski SHARE Jersey City POBA elects new president and his leadership team to three-year terms Previous articleTeacher with grade-fixing suit against Jersey City BOE could lose tenureNext articleDemocratic gov frontrunner Murphy endorses Prieto for Assembly re-election Hudson County View Bayonne RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR May 1, 2017 1:12 am at 1:12 am Comments are closed. In a letter to the editor, Vision Media Marketing Vice President Philip Swibinski, the public relations firm of choice for state Senator/North Bergen Mayor Nick Sacco, says that Tuesday’s board of education election was his worst showing to date.Dear editor,Larry Wainstein lost his ninth North Bergen election earlier this week and despite his clumsy attempts at somehow spinning this into a win, the truth is that this was the worst showing he has produced yet.Wainstein’s three candidates garnered only about 500 votes and were absolutely swamped by the ticket supported by Mayor Nick Sacco which received over 88% of the vote.This happened despite Wainstein putting everything he had into supporting his candidates — he spent at least $100,000 on nine separate pieces of literature and numerous video attack ads and personally walked door to door.None of that mattered, because the simple truth is that Larry Wainstein is less popular in North Bergen today than he was when he began his ridiculous vendetta against Mayor Sacco in 2011.What will it take for Larry to finally realize that North Bergen voters will never support him? Does he have to lose an election 10-1? 20-1? 50-1? Or will he keep banging his head against a brick wall as long as Joe Mocco still tells him that someday he’ll win?This election has proven three things — the first is that Mayor Sacco’s organization is firing on all cylinders and he has never been more popular. The second is that Larry Wainstein has no future in North Bergen.The third is that Wainstein’s account of the last Mayor’s race is pure fiction and ignores that after spending $1.5 million he got less than 33% of the vote.That is a landslide loss that only a convicted criminal like Joe Mocco or a conman like Larry Wainsten could try to spin into a positive outcome with a straight face. It’s like saying that the Titanic did well because it took a few hours to sink.It’s time for Lying Larry to admit utter defeat, pack his bags and go back home to his mansion in Franklin Lakes.Philip SwibinskiVision Media Marketing Vice President By Hudson County View – April 28, 2017 3:39 pm 1 DeGise: Hudson County ‘determined’ to get out of ICE contract following Essex decision 1 COMMENT Sacco’s rein is almost over.Thank God. NB has been Corrupt way way too long. Facebook Twitter ElectionsNorth Bergen/Guttenberg Hudson County commissioners discuss exiting ICE deal, advocates call for no new jail contracts
We’ll send you our regular newsletter and include you in our monthly giveaways. PLUS, you’ll receive our exclusive Rider Fitness digital edition with 15 exercises for more effective riding. Email* Horse Sport Enews Canadian Olympian Evi Strasser of Sainte Adele, QC, earned her fourth WEG-qualifying score with her Oldenburg gelding Quantum Tyme (by Quattro) at CDI5* Hickstead, the same venue where she earned her first score in 2009.At the fifth stop on the 2010 World Dressage Masters Tour, CDI5* Hickstead, held July 29–August 1, 2010 in the United Kingdom, Strasser and Quantum Tyme placed 12th, earning a score of 66.128% in the Grand Prix test. They also scored 65.000% in the Grand Prix Special, placing ninth.“Quantum was amazing again in the CDI 5* at Hickstead, which is one of my favourite shows. We had very stiff competition with lots of the top World Cup riders in attendance. I wanted to make sure that we are able to compete against the best and achieve high scores,” said Strasser. “My goal was for Quantum and myself to go to three shows in a row to obtain the scores necessary for the WEG criteria, and if I can do that I know that I prepared myself the right way for WEG.”The judging panel for CDI5* Hickstead included Stephen Clarke (FEI 5* – GBR); Elizabeth Day (FEI3* – SA); Eduard de Wolff van Westerrode (FEI 4* – NED); Peter Holler (FEI 4* – GER); Karen Kruger (FEI 4* –DEN); David Trott (FEI4* – GBR); Isobel Wessels (FEI 4* GBR); andCara Whitham (FEI5* CAN). Subscribe to the Horse Sport newsletter and get an exclusive bonus digital edition! SIGN UP More from Horse Sport:Christilot Boylen Retires From Team SportAfter an exemplary career as one of Canada’s top Dressage riders, seven-time Olympian Christilot Boylen has announced her retirement from team competition.2020 Royal Agricultural Winter Fair CancelledFor only the second time in its history, The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair has been cancelled but plans are being made for some virtual competitions.Royal Agricultural Winter Fair Statement on 2020 EventAs the Province of Ontario starts to reopen, The Royal’s Board and staff will adhere to all recommendations put forward by government and health officials.Government Financial Assistance for Ontario FarmersOntario Equestrian has recently released this update of several financial assistance packages available, including those for farm business.