Singapore to trial driverless buses booked with an app

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first_imgSingapore: Singapore will next week begin a public trial of driverless buses that can be booked with an app, part of ambitions to roll out autonomous vehicles across the city-state. Well-organised and high-tech, Singapore has become a testbed for self-driving vehicles, developing home-grown technology and inviting foreign companies to trial their own. Four driverless mini-buses will follow a 5.7 kilometre (3.5-mile) route on the resort island of Sentosa from August 26 to November 15 for the public trial, said ST Engineering, the Singaporean company behind it. Also Read – Saudi Crown Prince ‘snubbed’ Pak PM, recalled jet from US Visitors can use an app on their phones to book the shuttles, which will pick them up and take them to selected destinations such as a golf club, the beach and an historic fort. Those without mobile phones can book the shuttles from kiosks along the route, with the free service operating on weekdays for four hours. The buses will have a driver to take control if necessary. At a demonstration on Tuesday, two of the vehicles negotiated a roundabout with little difficulty and stopped at intersections on a main road to allow cars to pass. Also Read – Record number of 35 candidates in fray for SL Presidential polls They can operate in moderate rain — but have to stop during heavy downpours, which are common in the tropical, Southeast Asian city. Vincent Chong, president and chief executive of ST Engineering, said the buses were equipped with “advanced, multi-sensor technology” and “built to operate in complex urban environments”. The company aims to roll out the shuttles in a few years time to other parts of Singapore to transport people from home to subway stations and back, and hopes they can help tackle a shortage of drivers in the city-state. In 2016, US software firm nuTonomy became the world’s first company to launch driverless taxi trials in public in Singapore, beating rival Uber by weekslast_img read more

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Google to build prototype car controlled by computers not driver without steering

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by Justin Pritchard, The Associated Press Posted May 27, 2014 9:28 pm MDT Google to build prototype car controlled by computers, not driver, without steering wheel AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email LOS ANGELES, Calif. – Google plans to build and launch onto city streets a small fleet of subcompact cars that could operate without a person at the wheel.Actually, the cars wouldn’t even have a wheel. Or gas and brake pedals. The company says the vehicles will use sensors and computing power, with no human needed.Google Inc. hopes that by this time next year, 100 of the two-seaters will be on public roads, following extensive testing. The cars would not be for sale and instead would be provided to select operators for further tweaking and have limitations such as a 25 mph top speed.The announcement presents a challenge to automakers that have been more cautious about introducing fully automated driving and to government regulators who are scrambling to accommodate self-driving cars on public roads. Other companies are working on the technology but none as large as Google has said it intends to put such cars in the hands of the public so soon.To date, Google has driven hundreds of thousands of miles on public roads and freeways in Lexus SUVs and Toyota Priuses outfitted with special sensors and cameras. But with a “safety driver” in the front seat, those vehicles were not truly self-driving.Instead of the standard controls, the prototypes would have buttons to begin and end the drive. Passengers would set a destination. The car would then make turns and react to other vehicles and pedestrians based on computer programs that predict what others might do, and data from sensors including radar and cameras that read in real time what other objects are actually doing.The route might be set by typing a destination into a map or using spoken commands, Chris Urmson, the leader of Google’s self-driving car team, told reporters Wednesday.The car will be powered by electricity and could go about 100 miles before charging. Its shape suggests a rounded-out Volkswagen Beetle — something that might move people around a corporate campus or congested downtown — with headlights and sensors arrayed to resemble a friendly face.Mark Reuss, global product development chief of General Motors Co., poked fun at the car’s look but acknowledged Google could become a force in the marketplace.“I could wear it as a hat,” Reuss joked at an automotive technology forum in Detroit. “It’s cool. It’s like advanced. Like an old VW.”Reuss added though that Google could become a real competitor to GM, which is pursuing driverless technology.“If they set their mind to it, I have no doubt that’s a very serious competitive threat,” he said.Major automakers have steadily introduced technology that helps cars stay in their lanes and avoid accidents. However, all those vehicles come with a steering wheel and pedals — and the expectation that a driver will jump in should trouble arise. Several companies have said they expect by 2020 to market vehicles that can drive themselves under certain conditions.“Nothing is going to change overnight, but (Google’s announcement) is another sign of the drastic shifts in automotive technology, business practices and retailing we’re going to witness,” said Karl Brauer, a senior analyst at Kelley Blue Book’s KBB.com.A French company, Induct Technology, has produced a driverless shuttle, which in February drove people around a hospital campus in South Carolina. But in terms of a truly self-driving car from a major company, Google looks to be first.The tech titan began developing the prototype more than a year ago after it loaned some employees its retrofitted Lexuses and saw that some “would basically trust the technology more than it was ready to be trusted,” Urmson said. Making a car that drives itself seemed more practical than somehow ensuring that people zoning out behind the wheel could take over at a moment’s notice.The first 100 prototypes will be built in the Detroit area with the help of firms that specialize in autos, Google said. It would not identify those firms or discuss the cost of each prototype.This summer, Google plans to send test prototypes on closed courses, then later this year on public streets. Those test cars will have a wheel and pedals because under California law a test driver must be able to take immediate control.By summer 2015, however, California’s Department of Motor Vehicles must publish regulations allowing the public to use truly driverless cars. Big questions the DMV is wrestling with include who is liable if a driverless car crashes and how the state can be confident that an automated car drives at least as safely as a person.That change in the law would allow the 100 prototypes that would be intended for a public “pilot project”— details to be determined — to not have a steering wheel or pedals.Though next year is the goal for the pilot project, public access “won’t happen until we’re confident in the safety,” Urmson said.___Auto Writer Tom Krisher contributed to this report from Detroit.___Contact Justin Pritchard at https://twitter.com/lalanewsman . read more

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Lady Gabriella Windsor and Thomas Kingstons royal wedding couple share a kiss

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The setting was familiar, the traditions the same, and for some of the guests it may have been a case of déjà vu, yet in comparison to its predecessors, the third Royal wedding in the space of a year was a markedly lower key affair today. At Windsor Castle’s St George’s Chapel Lady Gabriella Windsor, the daughter of the Queen’s cousin, Prince Michael of Kent, married her long-term boyfriend, Thomas Kingston, almost a year to the day since the Duke and Duchess of Sussex tied the knot in the same venue. The newly wed couple were all smiles as they left the church and kissed on the steps of the 15th century chapel in front of guests which included the Queen, Prince Philip and Prince Harry. The Duke…

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Sandvik and Schenck sign global crushing and screening agreement

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first_imgSandvik Mining and Schenck Process have announced the signing of a global partnership agreement. The partnership provides increased crushing circuit productivity for Schenck Process double and single deck high capacity multi-slope screens and Sandvik high productivity cone crushers. It also enables a single service provider approach to support customers throughout the entire plant life cycle.Schenck Process Business Unit Minerals & Metals is a leading supplier of solutions for screening applications in mining. Sandvik has a reputation as a leading supplier of crushers and crushing technologies. The companies stated: “This cooperation provides in-depth understanding of mining customers’ equipment, together with process knowledge which will enable them to raise their crushing plant performance.”“This partnership agreement allows our customers to raise their overall crushing and screening plant productivity by focusing on process efficiency in its entirety, as opposed to individual pieces of equipment,” commented Mary Verschuer, President Minerals & Metals, Schenck Process Group. “Mid tier miners are often looking for a system solution across the crushing circuit, and with this partnership they will benefit from the best solutions from Sandvik and Schenck Process product lines in a single offering,” she added. The agreement covers both new crushing and screening plants and replacements.“In terms of replacements, Sandvik’s high productivity cone crushers and Schenck Process’ high capacity multislopescreens have a compact footprint, thus allowing for cost effective upgrades using existing infrastructure. 20-30% productivity increases can be achieved within the existing infrastructure,” said Jonas Olsson, Vice President Crushing and Screening, Sandvik Mining.last_img read more

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EU economic affairs commissioners comments promising for Greece

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first_img Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram The Greek government felt encouraged by European Economic Affairs Commissioner Pierre Moscovici pointing to the December 8 Eurogroup as a key date for deciding how Greece’s relationship with the troika should evolve.Sources said that the coalition feels Moscovici’s comments are encouraging for Greece’s plans to exit the bailout at the end of the year, almost 18 months before the final loan installments from the International Monetary Fund are due to be disbursed.The government still has plenty of work to do to complete the ongoing troika review that will allow it to hold the discussion with its lenders over whether, and under what conditions, it will be able to return to the markets early next year. Troika officials have yet to be convinced by the coalition’s proposals for a range of reforms that are still pending.Nevertheless, Moscovici’s comment is seen as an indication that a deal could be reached by December 8. The prime minister’s office was also encouraged by comments from German Chancellor Angela Merkel, in which she indicated that Greece could soon exit its program.Much economic progress has been made in the eurozone since the height of the bloc’s debt crisis, Merkel told the BDA employers’ confederation in Germany on Tuesday, noting Ireland, Portugal, Spain and Greece had completed or were close to exiting their bailout programs.“But still the situation in the eurozone remains extremely fragile,” Merkel added.At the same time, though, Prime Minister Antonis Samaras remains conscious of the growing political uncertainty on the domestic front. Although the premier insisted on Monday after talks with President Karolos Papoulias that Greece would not have to hold early elections, SYRIZA on Tuesday continued to raise doubts about such a scenario.“There is the same chance of elections being held in 2016 as there are of the sun going out in the same year,” said SYRIZA spokesman Panos Skourletis.Despite Samaras’s assurances, New Democracy is steeling itself for a possible election contest. Its executive secretariat decided on Tuesday to hold events around the country to mark 40 years since the party’s founding. The move is seen as an attempt to rally ND’s grassroots.Source: Kathimerinilast_img read more

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73 WWE RAW Ratings Viewers see drop before Great Balls of Fire

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first_imgFacebook Twitter Streaming Is Taking Big Position in Media Landscape, Koplovitz Says Google+ WWE RAW Ratings: Viewership sees a 15% drop against the return of Monday Night Football WWE Smackdown Ratings: Viewership stays over 2 million, WWE stays No. 1 on Tuesday Now Playing Up Next Videos Articles WWE RAW Ratings are in for July 3, 2017.This week’s episode from Phoenix drew 2.84 million viewers on Monday night on the USA Network according to a report by Showbuzzdaily.com.This is down from last week’s show that drew 2.98 million viewers. RAW came in at No. 2, No. 3 and No. 4 (same as last week) for the night on cable in the 18-49 demographic.“Love & Hip Hop Atlanta 6” on VH1 again took the top spot on cable for Monday night.Hourly breakdowns were as follows.Hourly breakdowns of the WWE RAW RatingsHour 1: 2.825 (down from 2.887 million viewers last week)Hour 2: 2.912 (down from 3.092 million viewers)Hour 3: 2.780 (down from 2.951 million viewers)RAW, headlined by Braun Strowman vs. Apollo Crews, averaged a 0.92 rating for the night. This is down from last week’s show that averaged a 1.04 rating.Recommended videosPowered by AnyClipWrestleMania: SNL Weekend Updates Michael Che And Colin Jost Got StrowmanVideo Player is loading.Play VideoPauseUnmuteDuration 0:30/Current Time 0:04Loaded: 100.00%0:04Remaining Time -0:26 FullscreenUp NextThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.Replay the list Videos Articles Colin Jost Comments are closed. Now Playing Up Next WrestleMania: SNL Weekend Updates Michael Che And Colin Jost Got Strowman WhatsApp Videos Articles Now Playing Up Next Now Playing Up Next Chad Gable advances to the finals of the King of the Ring to be held on this Monday’s RAW Pinterest Another Roid Assner appearance. Another drop in the ratings. But he earns his 12 mil right? Legitimacy! XD WWE And WrestleMania 34 Bring New Orleans A Big Payday WWE’s Kevin Owens Scheduled For Surgery John Cena Adam Martin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR WWE Confirms The Shield And Ronda Rousey At Super Show-Down Now Playing Up Next July 7, 2017 at 1:08 am TheCyberZon Michael Che 1 COMMENTlast_img read more

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Another golf cart accident involving children reported in South Florida

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NORTH KEY LARGO, Fla. (WSVN) — Five South Florida teens were injured after a golf cart flipped over in Ocean Reef, Thursday.According to police, the teens, all 13, were riding down Sunrise Cay Drive when the accident happened.Three of them were rushed to Nicklaus Children’s Hospital as trauma alerts. The other two were treated on the scene.This the second golf cart accident involving children this week.On Monday, a golf cart with five kids in it was hit by a car in Palmetto Bay, sending two kids to the hospital, including a 12 year-old who was last listed in critical condition.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.

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1 in critical condition following hitandrun in SW MiamiDade

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first_imgSOUTHWEST MIAMI-DADE, FLA. (WSVN) – A driver has been left hospitalized after a hit-and-run in Southwest Miami-Dade.Miami-Dade Police and Fire Rescue crews responded to the scene of the crash near Southwest 112th Avenue and 165th Terrace just before 10 p.m., Monday.Officials said the driver behind the wheel of a white car was changing lanes when another vehicle tried getting out of the way but ended up getting clipped.The car changing lanes ended up rolling over and hitting a tree.The driver whose car was clipped fled from the scene.The driver of the rolled over vehicle was transported to the hospital in critical condition.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img

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Tough Sell Condé Nast Aims to Replicate Paywall Success Across Portfolio

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first_img“Subscription models work when people believe they’re necessary,” says Elizabeth Spiers, founder of Breaking Media, founding editor of Gawker and former editor-in-chief of the New York Observer. “Part of the value of a New Yorker digital sub is access to the archive. I don’t know that the other titles have anything equivalent. There’s also a prestige value in subscribing to The New Yorker, which is why a lot of people are happy to have piles of them lying around unread. It’s hard to point to another Condé title that works that way.”Condé Nast has left itself some room for flexibility in terms of what form the various paywalls will take, at least according to Samantha Barry, editor-in-chief of the now digital-only Glamour, which unveiled its redesigned website days after the paywall news broke.“Here’s the thing about paywalls,” Barry told Cheddar in an interview posted Wednesday. “One of the great things at Condé Nast is that we can learn from the other publications. I think the paywall will take different variations based on the publication. We’re in the exploratory phases of what that looks like for Glamour.”Barry left open the possibility of paywalling only certain “niche content,” like motherhood or career-related articles. As for learning from the other publications, The New Yorker, Vanity Fair and Wired each appear to be in agreement that the ideal limit is four free articles per month, after which readers must purchase a subscription, but pricing varies greatly.Vanity Fair offers an introductory rate of $15 for a year of print and digital access, with renewal rates of $29.99 per year for print and digital and $19.99 for digital-only. Wired offers the same renewal rates, but dips as low as $5 for an introductory year’s subscription, including an ad-free digital experience. The New Yorker‘s renewal rates are considerably higher: $99.99 annually for digital access, $149.99 for a bundle subscription, which includes 47 print editions (both packages include the iconic tote bag).“Today, you can get a year’s subscription to Golf Digest for $12,” adds Griffey. “It will be interesting to see how much they charge for a digital subscription. It certainly is going to have to be more than $12 for it to be material to their business. To me, that implies that they will need to invest to produce additional premium content. It remains to be seen if that equation is economically viable.”It’s worth noting that several Condé brands do offer additional subscription-based products at higher price points, including Golf Digest, whose “All Access” on-demand instructional video package debuted at $99 annually last year, around the same time as Vanity Fair‘s paywall. Since 2011, Allure has offered $150-per-year subscriptions to its beauty boxes. But others, like Architectural Digest, Bon Appétit and Self have spent much of the past two years endeavoring to make themselves more accessible to the same millennials who grew up in an era of ubiquitous free content online, especially from lifestyle brands.“I think readers view [lifestyle publications] as somewhat dispensable, even when they love them,” adds Spiers. “And I’m not saying no one will subscribe. But you have to be prepared financially to build with a small audience of diehards, because you’re not going to convert the casual readers if you make them pay. If they can weather seeing their traffic drop, and figure out how to better monetize the diehards, maybe it can work. I don’t think they’re prepared to lose that display inventory, though.”But such a move likely would not be made without a preponderance of analytic evidence to back it up, especially at Condé Nast, which been investing in its own audience data tech at levels generally reserved for B2B publishers.“The user data they have may tell a very different story in terms of the number of potential subscribers for each,” says Kirsch. “Power users of any media product are the core target for subscription sales and only Conde knows the details of that group and how they overlap with the audiences at other brands.”While Pamela Drucker Mann, Condé Nast’s chief revenue and marketing officer, told the Wall Street Journal that she isn’t anticipating any loss in digital audience as a result of the paywalls, such a downturn would presumably be cause for concern for a company that’s been pursuing mass scale for the better part of two decades. Advertising—both print and digital—remains an indispensable piece of the company’s revenue pie, but Griffey says advertisers are unlikely to be rattled by the shift itself.Rather, “the audience adoption of the paywall will be a powerful signal to premium advertisers,” he adds. “If the uptake on subscriptions isn’t robust, would a premium advertiser want to do a large custom campaign with a brand? The risk is that a failed paywall not only fails to deliver subscription revenue, but also signals to advertisers a lack of loyalty to the brand.”Kirsch goes even further. “It tells them [Condé Nast] has a ton of confidence that the readers of these brands are committed and engaged,” he says. “It should give advertisers confidence.”As the strategy manifests itself over the coming months, it’s safe to assume that the industry will be watching, and Condé’s competitors are no exception.“Meredith does not currently have any paywalls,” says Andy Wilson, SVP of consumer revenue at Meredith Corp. “We’ve tested paywalls in a limited fashion with various titles in the past; however, our non-paywall experience has consistently outperformed a paywall experience in those tests. We are focusing our digital efforts on growing our audience engagement and diversifying our revenue streams beyond advertising (e-commerce, lead generation, memberships) and will continue to evaluate paywalls in the future.” News that Condé Nast intends to implement some form of a paywall on every brand in its digital media portfolio—which attracts more than 100 million total unique visitors each month—was quickly supplanted in the media-news cycle last week by ensuing bloodbaths at Buzzfeed and HuffPost, two of the internet’s most prolific purveyors of free content, as well as the century-old newspaper publisher Gannett, about as “legacy” as legacy media gets.Though certainly momentous, the announcement from Condé Nast wasn’t altogether shocking or without foreshadowing. One of the company’s crown jewels, The New Yorker, has limited the availability of free content on its site for nearly five years. Stablemates Wired and Vanity Fair followed suit last year, and the ability to even consider the prospect of charging readers to make up for lost ad revenue has become the object of many a media company’s envy across the broader industry.“I don’t think anyone should be surprised to hear that a publication is going behind a paywall these days,” says Sean Griffey, founder and CEO of the digital-first B2B firm Industry Dive. “What is surprising to me is the blanket statement that all Condé Nast publications will go behind a paywall. A paywall can be a viable model for a publication, but it isn’t a viable model for every publication. The business model has to match both the content strategy and audience.”“First, I hate the word paywall,” adds Jay Kirsch, president of media at ALM. “Nobody calls their subscription to Netflix a paywall. When you create quality content and services, people want and expect to pay for them. But it’s not just a good idea, it’s a requirement for media companies to move in this direction.”Condé Nast rarely discloses its finances or sales figures, especially as they pertain to individual brands, but both The New Yorker and Wired saw upticks in digital traffic last year, and Vanity Fair’s 2019 media kit boasts 16.5 million monthly uniques—indicating that the paywall has, at least to this point, not precipitated a significant decline in online audience.But these are among the company’s most high-profile and prestigious titles. Condé Nast appears to be betting that the same model is applicable to the other 18 brands in the portfolio, from Allure and Bon Appétit to Self and Teen Vogue.last_img read more

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Tony Awards 2018 The Bands Visit Wins Big Springsteen Brings It Home

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first_img https://twitter.com/TheTonyAwards/status/1005163771587907589 Facebook Bareilles and Groban kicked off the show with a comical dueling piano tribute to the 90 percent of nominees who will leave the awards show empty handed, bringing out ensemble members from every Tony-nominated show for the sing-along lyric, “This is for the people who lose.” Later on in the evening, the duo delivered another laugh-worthy lament, focusing on Broadway’s breakneck schedule performing the song “eight times a week.”By far the biggest winner of the night was “The Band’s Visit,” taking home the prize in 10 of the 11 categories it was nominated in. An inspired new musical about a band of musicians from Egypt who take the wrong bus and end up in a quiet town in Israel for the night, “The Band’s Visit” is a story of hope, love and faith. The show won the coveted Best Musical award.Several individuals from “The Band’s Visit” also scored wins in key categories, including Itamar Moses for Best Book Of A Musical, David Cromer for Best Direction Of A Musical, Tony Shalhoub for Best Leading Actor In A Musical, and Katrina Lenk for Best Leading Actress In A Musical. Lenk and Shalhoub performed “Omar Sharif,” giving the Tony’s audience a small taste of why their show is so compelling and impactful.Billy Joel presented a special Tony Award to the great Bruce Springsteen for his work on the show “Springsteen On Broadway.” What started as a limited eight-week run will have included 236 performances by the time it wraps in December. Springsteen expressed gratitude for the honor and for being accepted by the Broadway community, saying in his speech, “Thanks for making me feel so welcome on your block.” Later in the show, Springsteen delivered a performance of “My Hometown.”GRAMMY nominee Tina Fey introduced the company of “Mean Girls” for a rousing performance of “Where Do You Belong?” The play matched “SpongeBob SquarePants: The Broadway Musical” for the most nominations going into the evening with 12.Spongebob Squarepants himself surprised the host at center stage to deliver a psychedelic rebuttal to the show’s opening number before kicking it over to the four-legged Squidward for a tap-happy performance of “I’m Not A Loser.” Additional performances from the casts of “Carousel,” “My Fair Lady,” “Dear Evan Hanson,” “Summer: The Donna Summer Musical,” and “Once On This Island,” which won the award for Best Revival Of A Musical.The most touching moment of the 72nd Tony Awards came when Marjory Stoneman Douglas drama students made a surprise appearance onstage to perform “Seasons Of Love” from the musical “Rent” only moments after their teacher, Melody Herzfeld, was recognized with a special Tony Award for her inspiring efforts not only to protect her students during the tragic shooting in February, but also for encouraging them to use theater as a way to channel their hurt and sorrow into art.Apropos of June’s celebration of Pride Month, perhaps the true biggest winner of the night was the show’s strong, unified message of equality. Andrew Garfield of “Angels In America” shouted out the LGBTQ community in his acceptance speech, dedicating his Best Performance By An Actor In A Leading Role award to those who have fought and died to protect the right to live and love. And in her acceptance speech for Best Featured Actress In A Musical for her role in “Carousel,” Lindsay Mendez said, after revealing she was asked to change her last name early in her career, “Be your true self and the world will take note.”On this magical night, the theater community united and recognized its most talented individuals, most innovative productions and most lasting contributors — and as anyone who watched knows, they had a lot of fun doing it.Catching Up On Music News Powered By The Recording Academy Just Got Easier. Have A Google Home Device? “Talk To GRAMMYs”Read more From hilarious hosts Sara Bareilles and Josh Groban to the performances and awards everyone is talking about, go inside the 72nd Tony AwardsNate HertweckGRAMMYs Jun 11, 2018 – 7:27 am New York’s Radio City Music Hall came alive Sunday night for the 72nd Tony Awards. Hosted by GRAMMY nominees Sara Bareilles and Josh Groban, the star-studded evening celebrated a landmark theater season that was the best-attended in Broadway history, according to the Broadway League, with more than 31 million people enjoying the fetivities in New York and across the country. News Highlights From the 72nd Tony Awards tony-awards-2018-bands-visit-wins-big-springsteen-brings-it-home Twitter Email Tony Awards 2018: “The Band’s Visit” Wins Big, Springsteen Brings It Home last_img read more

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Full PlayStation Classic Lineup Revealed

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first_img Not to be outdone by Nintendo’s insanely popular NES and SNES Classic Edition retro consoles, Sony has announced the PlayStation Classic. Like the NES mini, this diminutive device comes with 20 pre-installed titles. At $99.99, it’s certainly not cheap. However, if you’re a fan of old PS1 games and want to easily play them on your HDTV, this product is right up your alley.The PlayStation Classic is about 45% smaller than the original PlayStation according to PlayStation Blog. Besides its size, it looks exactly like an old PlayStation. Even the two controllers it comes bundled with are modeled after the original PlayStation controllers. That means no analog sticks. The bundle also comes with HDMI and USB-C cables. There’s no AC adaptor, which means you’ll have to use the USB-C cable for power.As far as games are concerned, Sony has finally confirmed the whole lineup:Battle Arena ToshindenCool Boarders 2Destruction DerbyFinal Fantasy VIIGrand Theft AutoIntelligent QubeJumping FlashMetal Gear SolidMr. DrillerOddworld: Abe’s OddyseeRaymanResident Evil Director’s CutRevelations: PersonaRidge Racer Type 4Super Puzzle Fighter II TurboSyphon FilterTekken 3Tom Clancy’s Rainbow SixTwisted MetalWild ArmsThat’s a pretty decent list, with classic bangers like Metal Gear Solid, Resident Evil, Ridge Racer, Tekken, Final Fantasy VII, and Twisted Metal alongside the more offbeat games like Oddworld and Battle Arena Toshiden that helped round out the PS1’s library back in the day. But it is pretty disappointing that iconic PlayStation games like Crash Bandicoot and Tomb Raider are nowhere to be found.It’s clear Sony is taking a page out of Nintendo’s playbook with this announcement. To be honest, there’s nothing wrong with that. There’s a clear demand for classic gaming experiences in the market. Nintendo took advantage of that and Sony wants in on the action. Like the Nintendo classics, this system is intended for folks who have fond memories of PlayStation but who may not game on a regular basis. After all, dedicated gamers can easily play old PS1 games on PS2, PS3, PSP and PS Vita (among other devices). While I fall into that category, I’ll definitely pick this up. It’ll look great alongside my mini Nintendo systems.The PlayStation Classic releases on December 3. For our thoughts on Sony’s more recent hits check out our reviews of Spider-Man and God of War on PS4.Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey. Stay on target PlayStation 5 vs. Xbox Project Scarlett: Everything We KnowGet Ready For Sony’s PlayStation Cinematic Universe last_img read more

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Linux Mint 181 KDE and Xfce released

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first_imgLinux Mint 18.1 KDE and Xfce released by Martin Brinkmann on January 30, 2017 in Linux – Last Update: January 04, 2018 – 26 commentsThe Linux Mint team has just released the long term support release Linux Mint 18.1 as a KDE and Xfce edition to the public.The new version of Linux Mint brings software updates and refinements mostly. First, some information on Linux Mint 18.1 being a long term support release.The Mint team will support Linux Mint 18.1 with security updates until 2021. Future versions of Linux Mint will use the same base package as Linux Mint 18.1 until 2018. This ensures that it is easy to update to new versions.Starting in 2018, the Linux Mint team will work on a new base package and focus its efforts on it.The previous versions of Linux Mint will be supported until 2017 (Linux Mint 13), or 2019 (Linux Mint 17.x).Linux Mint 18.1Linux Mint 18.1 Cinnamon, released earlier this monthIf you are upgrading from Linux Mint 18, you can use the built-in Update Manager for that as it offers the most convenient experience:Select Menu, and there Administration > Update Manager.Click on Refresh once the Update Manager interface has loaded.Click on “install updates” afterwards to start the process.Check out our detailed how to upgrade Linux Mint guide for additional information on the process.Some features of the new Mint version are available in the KDE and the Xfce release. Many are edition specific however.Linux Mint 18.1 What’s NewThe Update Manager may display the Origin of an update in the latest version. You need to enable it under View > Visible Columns > Origin in the Update Manager menu before it becomes available.Kernel updates are highlighted better in the Update Manager, and when you open the kernel window, kernels are now sorted by version and recommendations are given for the most stable, and the most secure kernel.The Linux Mint 18.1 Xfce edition ships with updates to built-in applications, and even some changes. Xed for instance saw improvements to the on-page search functionality. Search opens at the bottom now instead of the top so that it does not obstruct part of the text anymore.It is real-time now as well as it finds text while you are typing, and you may tap on the Enter-key at any point in time to jump to the first result quickly.The editor supports dark themes fully in the latest version, and highlights to you if it is run with administrative privileges.Xplayer, the media player, may blank secondary displays now when playing a video in full screen. Other improvements include full compatibility with EXIF orientation tags, and that the rotation plugin and the subtitle plugin are enabled by default.The media player Banshee was replaced with Rhythmbox in Linux Mint 18.1. The reason given was that Banshee “suffered many regressions lately”.Other improvements in Linux Mint 18.1Software Sources supports anycast now which picks an appropriate server near your physical location automatically when selected opposed to selecting one of the available mirrors near your location manually.New selection of background desktop images.KDE Only: KDE Plasma 5.8 desktop environment.Xfce Only: You can navigate categories in the application menu using the keyboard now. The menu supports web search actions, for instance !w Ghacks to search Wikipedia for the term Ghacks.Xfce Only: Language settings checks are improved, as localized versions of “a lot more” packages are now installed. The Input Methods configuration screen has been improved to make the selection easier and better understandable for novice users.You can check out the release notes for Linux Mint 18.1 Xfce and KDE here.Download links for the latest ISO image of Linux Mint 18.1 are provided on the official site. This is useful if you want to test the new version in a Live CD or virtual environment first, or install it from scratch.SummaryArticle NameLinux Mint 18.1 releasedDescriptionThe Linux Mint team has just released the long term support release Linux Mint 18.1 as a KDE and Xfce edition to the public.Author Martin BrinkmannPublisher Ghacks Technology NewsLogo Advertisementlast_img read more

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first_imgHow to analyze Windows 10 upgrade errors by Martin Brinkmann on October 19, 2017 in Windows – Last Update: October 19, 2017 – 26 commentsWhenever updates for Windows are released, reports about issues with these updates are usually posted soon thereafter to forums and social media sites.This is true more so for big updates or upgrades, but even a small update can cause all kinds of issues.Microsoft released the Fall Creators Update this week, and reports are getting in that users run into the usual assortment of issues.I tried to upgrade two machines, one Surface Pro 4 device with light changes only to the default system, and a Windows 10 Pro desktop system.While I was able to update these devices fine when previous feature updates were released, I did not have as much luck this time. Both threw a bluescreen error during installation, and Windows’ only resource at the time was to restore the previous version of the operating system (which in both cases was the Creators Update).Windows 10 Setup displays information after the restoration, but the message is usually pretty cryptic so that you may not be able to resolve the issue right away.The desktop system was hit with error 0xC1900101 – 0x30017 The installation failed in the FIRST_BOOT phase with an error during BOOT operation. So, something happened during first boot of the system that caused the issue.A good starting point is to run a search for the error code on the Internet to see what comes up. The particular error that I ran into seems common, as users were hit with it as early as 2015 when they tried to upgrade machines to Windows 10. Günter Born published an article on the error code on his blog back in 2015 for instance.Most indicate a issue with installed drivers, but there was no “do this” fix available to resolve the issue.One of the things that you can do to find out what exactly happened is to check the setup log. This works only if you can still boot into Windows 10 afterwards, or at least access the hard drive of the device.Go to C:\$WINDOWS.~BT\Sources\Panther and to C:\$WINDOWS.~BT\Sources\Rollback, and open the file setuperr.log that is in those directories. It lists errors that Windows Setup encountered when it processed and installed the update.Note: The directory is hidden, and you need to reveal it first if you have not done so already. Select File > Options > View > and make sure “show hidden files, folders and drives” is checked.The log is quite technical as well, and there is no guarantee that you will be able to find out what caused the installation failure.Not all of the errors that you find listed in the log are critical. I suggest you work your way from the last entry to the very first, as the last entry is the last that was written to the log, and it is usually closest to the issue that caused the bluescreen or termination of the update.There is a chance that you cannot identify the issue by going through the error log. You may want to try the following things in that case:If you use full disk encryption, decrypt the drive before you run the upgrade again.Make sure all drivers are up to date, and that old drivers and devices are removed.Unplug any device not required for the upgrade.Some third-party software may interfere with updates: consider removing security software, virtual drives software and the like (and make sure you install them afterwards again).If the installation is not time critical, you may also want to wait and see if Microsoft pushes out an update that resolves the issue.Now You: How do you analyze Windows update issues? SummaryArticle NameHow to analyze Windows 10 update errorsDescriptionFind out how to analyze why a Windows upgrade failed; the guide points you to log files to analyze errors that setup threw during the update process.Author Martin BrinkmannPublisher Ghacks Technology NewsLogo Advertisementlast_img read more

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first_imgPlaya del Carmen, Q.R. — A man stopped by police for urinating in public has been arrested after he was found carrying a firearm. Municipal Preventive Police report seeing the man along avenida Universidades near the entrance to fraccionamiento Villa Maya II where he was caught urinating in public behind a truck. Police approached the man, warning him that he was committing a fault. It was during a review of his person that police found a 9mm gun tucked inside his belt. The man has been identified as 46-year-old Oscar R. L. from Oaxaca. Police proceeded to search the Quintana Roo-plated vehicle he was driving, but did not find anything. center_img Oscar was arrested and handed over to the Federal Public Ministry.Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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With the new Biograph mCT, which was unveiled last November at the 2011 annual meeting of the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) in Chicago, Siemens offers yet another paradigm in PET/CT — a goal of its recently announced global initiative, Agenda 2013.Accuracy and reproducibility in PET quantification enable the physician to more precisely characterize cancer lesions, allowing for better staging and monitoring of changes in activity over time for more accurate assessment of treatment response. The ability to measure absolute myocardial blood flow in cardiology lets the physician to more accurately assess multi-vessel disease. In neurology, noninvasive assessment of the brain can potentially improve the diagnosis and management of patients who present with signs of dementia.Siemens implemented these clinical requirements in the new Biograph mCT, which supports physicians in treating many neurological, oncological and cardiological diseases through earlier, more precise diagnosis, as well as in therapy planning and precise monitoring of disease progression. With this additional information, physicians are better equipped to make decisions with high certainty and initiate more patient-tailored therapies.The latest Biograph mCT can provide additional information to aid in the diagnosis of dementia, which affects an estimated 35.6 million people worldwide and may affect as many as 115.4 million people by 2050. Alzheimer’s disease is the most frequently diagnosed form of dementia.Technical innovations With conventional technology, clinicians face the issue of variability in quantitative results due to software and hardware challenges. Engineered to overcome these technical and procedural obstacles, the new Biograph mCT offers accurate and reproducible quantification in PET/CT imaging by ensuring optimization of each element of the imaging chain – with an emphasis on the finest volumetric image resolution on the market, daily system calibration, accuracy of attenuation correction using automated co-registration algorithms, and more automated, user-independent and reproducible standardized uptake value (SUV) calculation methods for daily clinical practice.The new Biograph mCT incorporates Siemens’ unique OptisoHD (High-Definition) Detector System, which features a fine volumetric resolution1 of only 87 mm. 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first_img 0 Comments   Share   Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling – / 22 GLENDALE, Ariz. — With the rash of injuries that has affected the Arizona Cardinals’ defense, it’s hard to believe that the secondary has come away virtually unscathed.Sure, Pro Bowl cornerback Patrick Peterson left the loss in Denver earlier this month with an ankle injury in the second half. But he returned the next week in Washington.Peterson left the Cardinals’ thrilling 24-20 win over the Eagles in the second quarter after a violent collision between himself, teammate Deone Bucannon and Philadelphia receiver Jeremy Maclin. He didn’t return to the game. In fact, he didn’t make his way back out to the Cardinals’ sideline.“Pat is going to go through the protocol,” head coach Bruce Arians said. “Friendly fire.”To Arians’ point, replays showed that the impact was caused by Bucannon on what was kind of a freak play. Maclin went down on the play as well, and was evaluated for head injury, but returned to the contest.Peterson took to Twitter following the game to thank his fans for their thoughts. Thanks for all the prayers from #p2nation and @AZCardinals fans. I will be O.K. #6-1 moving on to Dallas.— Patrick Peterson (@RealPeterson21) October 27, 2014 “I felt really bad. I’m really happy that he’s OK and it was just, not a concussion, but it wasn’t anything more serious that may have taken him out longer that what it would have been. Like I said, I’m thankful and I’m thankful to God that he’s OK.” Peterson’s teammate, Rashad Johnson, was confident that #21 would be on the field next week.“We’re going to Dallas. It’s a big-time game,” Johnson said. “Patrick won’t miss that game, I’m pretty sure. He’ll pass that concussion test.”Bucannon, the only player of the three that walked away from the collision immediately, shared his recollection of the play.“I was just trying to follow the all. They threw that slant and I only saw an Eagle player. When I see an Eagle layer, I’m trying to hit him as hard as I can,” he said. “I didn’t realize Pat was back there. I would never want to hurt anyone on purpose, especially on my team. The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Top Stories Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impactlast_img read more

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first_imgHome prices fell in the third quarter of 2017 0.3 per cent compared to April to June, the statistical service said.In the third quarter, home prices rose an annual 0.6 per cent compared to the respective period of 2016, Cystat said in a statement on its website on Thursday.Home prices rose 3.1 per cent in the second quarter compared to the quarter before and an annual 3.6 per cent.You May LikePopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoLivestlyChip And Joanna’s $18M Mansion Is Perfect, But It’s The Backyard Everyone Is Talking AboutLivestlyUndoSmart Tips DailySeniors With No Life Insurance May Get A $250,000 Policy If They Do ThisSmart Tips DailyUndo Pensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoCypriot tycoon launches ‘Bank of Cannabis’UndoThree arrested in connection with hotel theftsUndoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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