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Category: ffecvqhazfzsocfs Mock interview event prepares students for real thing

Students participate in a mock interview event hosted by the Co-op Programs Office at Pond Inlet Wednesday night. More than 160 students spent Wednesday night telling potential employers where they see themselves in 10 years.Their answers, along with those to other job interview questions, were critiqued as part of mock interviews for arts, social sciences and science co-op students.The event was hosted by the Co-op Programs Office with the hope that the feedback students receive will help them ace the real thing when they interview for co-op work placements.Given the feedback, it sounds like the students have the job interview down pat.“The employers who participated all indicated that they were very impressed with the students they met and stated that they felt our students were very polished, engaged and well-prepared,” Julia Zhu, acting associate director of the Co-op Programs Office, said in an email.The mock interview event is one of five the Co-op Programs Office hosts throughout the school year. The sessions are for students in 34 co-op programs across five faculties.More than 700 students attend the mock interviews every year and more than 60 employers, including John Deere, Canadian Tire Financial, Meridian, RBC, Constellation Brands, Essential Collective Theatre Company, Brain Injury Community Re-Entry and Ingredion, regularly help out at them. read more

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Category: ffecvqhazfzsocfs Security Council calls for speedy release of all remaining POWs in Ethiopia

In a statement read by the President of the 15-member body, Ambassador Jagdish Koonjul of Mauritius, the Council welcomed the repatriation yesterday of 25 Ethiopian prisoners of war from Eritrea under the auspices of the International Committee of the Red Cross and encouraged authorities on both sides “to afford humane treatment, without discrimination, to each other’s nationals and persons of each other’s origins within their respective territories.”The Council, noting that the situation in the Temporary Security Zone (TSZ) – the buffer area between the two countries – had remained calm and that the United Nations Mission in Ethiopia and Eritrea (UNMEE) had proved allegations concerning military build-up in the TSZ to be unfounded, reiterated its call on Eritrea to disclose the number, strength and disposition of its militia and police inside the area.The statement noted that Eritrea had begun to allow UNMEE to visit some locations in the adjacent area north of the TSZ and called again on that country to grant the Mission the full freedom of movement it required for monitoring Eritrea’s redeployed forces. The Council further called on Eritrea to conclude the status-of-forces agreement with Secretary-General Kofi Annan, noting that the model status-of-forces agreement as set out in its resolution 1320 was in effect. Through its President, the Council expressed its regret that there had been no progress regarding the establishment of a direct high-altitude flight route for UNMEE between Asmara, Eritrea, and Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, and called on the parties to work with the Secretary-General’s top official in the region “to settle the issue for the mutual benefit of all.” The Council also called on Member States to provide further support to the peace process and to alleviate the difficult humanitarian situation, and confirmed its intention to send a mission to the two countries next month. read more

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Category: ffecvqhazfzsocfs Windies need solutions to middle overs dilemma says Brathwaite

Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedNo use quibbling over what could have been — BrathwaiteNovember 12, 2018In “Sports”West Indies’ fury at ‘dodgy’ decisions as Australia get rub of the greenJune 7, 2019In “latest news”Windies batting under microscope in second Twenty20March 30, 2017In “latest news” Carlos Brathwaite (Getty Images)LAUDERHILL, United States (CMC) — Captain Carlos Brathwaite has lamented West Indies’ batting failure which led to their series 1-2 loss to Bangladesh here Sunday night, stressing the Caribbean side needed to find solutions to their poor strike rotation during the middle overs.For the second time in as many nights at the Central Broward Regional Park and Stadium here, the reigning Twenty20 champions failed to execute properly in a run chase and collapsed to a 19-run defeat under Duckworth-Lewis-Stern (DLS).“I didn’t think it was our smartest batting performance. Obviously with [Nazmul Islam] going off through injury we had to stack it up well enough that we forced the three overs and three balls that were remaining, and obviously try and take them down as best as possible,” Brathwaite said afterwards.“[Soumya] Sarkar came in and bowled two quality overs but even at the back end, needing 30 or 40 off the last three [against] a part-timer [bowler], we still think we could have won the game.“I didn’t think we kept enough wickets in hand but kudos must go to [our] bowlers after they start that they [Bangladesh] had. We were staring down the barrel of 210-220, to pull it back to 185 was a hell of a job.”Chasing 185, West Indies lost three early wickets to slump to 32 for three in the sixth over before Andre Russell blasted 47 from 21 deliveries to try to rescue the innings.Rovman Powell chipped in with 23 and Denesh Ramdin, 21, but the overall effort proved an impotent one and it allowed Bangladesh to be ahead on DLS when rain intervened, with the Windies on 135 for seven at the start of the 18th over.“The bowling unit has been fantastic but with the bat we still need to be a little more sure with our plans, especially to spin,” the all-rounder pointed out.“Rotating in the middle overs has always been our achilles, and obviously going away now to Bangladesh and India [later this year] it will be even more important for us to find ways to execute in the middle order against the spin.“I think we are getting closer and closer to finding that proper plan that will help us to get through the middle overs a lot better.”West Indies were undone at the start of the contest when Man of the Match Liton Das smashed 61 off 32 balls to give Bangladesh a hasty start.His knock set the tone for the innings, with Mahmudullah striking an unbeaten 32 and captain Shakib-al-Hasan, 24, to get the visitors up to a competitive total.Brathwaite conceded that Bangladesh had outplayed the Windies at crucial points.“There will always be little points when you can say you could’ve done things differently … but that’s cricket. Sometimes you have to hold your hand up and give credit to the opposition,” he noted.“We got the better of them in the first couple power-plays with the ball, they obviously came up with different plans, executed them and they worked, so kudos to them-but also kudos to my bowling attack who pulled it back admirably.” read more

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Category: ffecvqhazfzsocfs Les abeilles ont connu une extinction massive lors de la disparition des

first_imgLes abeilles ont connu une extinction massive lors de la disparition des dinosaures Des chercheurs américains et australiens ont mené une étude génétique sur plusieurs groupes actuels d’abeilles. Celle-ci suggère que de nombreuses espèces de ces insectes ont disparu il y a 65 millions d’années, à la même époque que l’extinction massive des dinosaures. Pour la première fois, des scientifiques ont mis en évidence, dans le monde des abeilles, une vaste extinction survenue il y a 65 millions d’années, simultanément à la disparition d’une majorité de dinosaures. C’est en modélisant les différences génomiques entre plusieurs espèces d’abeilles actuelles que Sandra Rehan de l’Université du New Hampshire, Michael Schwarz, de l’Université Flinders (Australie) et Remko Leys, du South Australia Museum, sont arrivés à cette conclusion.Des études antérieures avaient déjà suggéré une large extinction parmi les plantes à fleurs durant le fameux tournant Crétacé-Tertiaire (“K-T”), il y 65 millions d’années. Cela aurait alors impliqué un phénomène probablement analogue chez les abeilles, dépendantes de ces végétaux. Toutefois, le faible nombre de fossiles d’abeilles connus ne permettait pas de confirmer totalement ceci. Or, dans le cadre de ses travaux sur les espèces actuelles d’abeilles, Sandra Rehan, aidée par ses collègues, a complété ses recherches de terrain par une modélisation bio-informatique particulièrement révélatrice.Extinction massiveÀ lire aussiDengue : symptômes, traitement, prévention, où en est-on ?Pour en arriver là, les chercheurs ont comparé des séquences d’ADN de quatre tribus d’abeilles actuelles de la sous-famille des Xylocopinae, dont certaines sont appelées “abeilles charpentières”. Représentant pas moins de 230 espèces, elles vivent sur tous les continents, excepté l’Antarctique. Ce recours à la phylogénie moléculaire leur a permis de dégager des modèles d’évolution liés avec une extinction de masse. Une analyse génétique qui s’accorde avec les rares archives fossiles. “Les données nous montrent que quelque chose d’important s’est passé chez quatre groupes différents d’abeilles en même temps. Et c’est arrivé à l’époque où les dinosaures se sont éteints”, explique Sandra Rehan dont l’étude est publiée dans la revue PLoS ONE.”Comprendre les extinctions qui ont eu lieu dans le passé et leurs effets peuvent nous aider à mieux maîtriser le déclin et la crise mondiale que connaissent les pollinisateurs aujourd’hui. Si l’on peut raconter toute leur histoire, peut-être que les gens se soucieront plus de leur protection”, conclut t-elle. Le 26 octobre 2013 à 16:58 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

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Category: ffecvqhazfzsocfs Winter storm slams parts of US causing accidents deaths

first_imgA winter storm of snow, freezing rain and bone-chilling temperatures socked the nation’s mid-section and East Coast on Saturday, causing hundreds of accidents on icy roads and putting a crimp on Christmas shopping.At least six deaths were blamed on the slick roads and authorities were investigating a few other traffic fatalities as possibly weather-related. Perhaps the biggest accident happened in Baltimore, when a tanker carrying gasoline skidded off a highway and exploded, authorities said. Two people died in the 55-vehicle pileup on Interstate 95, Baltimore City Fire Chief Roman Clark said. Hospital officials said nearly two dozen people were treated for injuries including broken bones and head trauma. Clark said it was too early to determine the cause of the crash. It was unclear whether the pileup started before the tanker crash or was caused by it. The northbound lanes of I-95 were closed while crews cleaned up the mess.Winter weather advisories were posted from Denver to Bangor, Maine. Airports reported hundreds of flight delays or cancellations, interstates and toll roads reduced speed limits and authorities urged drivers to use extreme caution.last_img read more

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Category: ffecvqhazfzsocfs Fewer 911 families on hand for 11th anniversary

first_imgA firefighter makes a rubbing of a victim’s name as friends and relatives of the victims of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center gather for a ceremony marking the 11th anniversary of the attacks at the National September 11 Memorial in New York, Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2012. Several events will be held in Clark County Tuesday over the span of 13 hours to commemorate the 11th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks. All observances are open to the public.NEW YORK — Americans paused Tuesday to mark the 11th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks with familiar ceremony, but also a sense that it’s time to move forward after a decade of remembrance.As in past years, thousands were expected to gather at the World Trade Center site in New York, the Pentagon and Shanksville, Pa., to read the names of nearly 3,000 victims killed in the worst terror attack in U.S. history. President Barack Obama was to attend the Pentagon memorial, and Vice President Joe Biden was to speak in Pennsylvania.But many felt that last year’s 10th anniversary was an emotional turning point for public mourning of the attacks. For the first time, elected officials weren’t speaking at the ceremony, which often allowed them a solemn turn in the spotlight, but raised questions about the public and private Sept. 11.“I feel much more relaxed” this year, said Jane Pollicino, who came to ground zero Tuesday morning to remember her husband, who was killed at the trade center. “After the ninth anniversary, that next day, you started building up to the 10th year. This feels a lot different, in that regard. It’s another anniversary that we can commemorate in a calmer way, without that 10-year pressure.”last_img read more

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Category: ffecvqhazfzsocfs Crews safely remove bus from Miami building

first_imgMIAMI (WSVN) – Crews have removed a transit bus that had crashed into the side of a Miami building days earlier.The bus removal took several hours as crews worked to secure the building along Northwest Second Avenue and 54th Street, Thursday.Metal poles could be seen holding up the structure where the bus once was.Those poles held up the 92-year-old structure as the bus was slowly inched out of the socket in the side of the building.One of the biggest concerns was keeping the structure from collapsing.When the bus crashed into the building on Sunday, officials said it took out the entire column. The second story then ended up resting on top of the bus.The removal process began early Thursday morning. The crash happened after the transit bus and a pickup truck collided, causing the bus to slam into the building. The impact sent 10 passengers to the hospital.The city spent days trying to determine if the building would still stand but decided, Thursday, that the structure was unsafe.The bus crashed into the business Omega Fashions, which has been there for 40 years.“I’m glad nobody died, but I’m thinking next week, the one after that, what I’m gonna do,” owner Arsene Omega said.Officials have given the owner 72 hours to clear out his belongings before they demolish the building.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img read more

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Category: ffecvqhazfzsocfs FTC Qualcomm give closing arguments in trial over mobile chip licenses

first_img Galaxy Note 9: 16 hidden features on Samsung’s best phone Now playing: Watch this: Aug 31 • iPhone XR vs. iPhone 8 Plus: Which iPhone should you buy? 2:11 38 Photos Qualcomm Oppo Huawei Intel Lenovo Motorola Samsung Apple FTC 3 Qualcomm attorney Robert Van Nest of law firm Keker, Van Nest & Peters, argued during his closing that the FTC didn’t meet its burden in the case and that Qualcomm won business “through superior innovation and better products.””High royalties alone is not the basis for their complaint of harm,” Van Nest said. “They have to show harm to competition.” But he said such harm hasn’t occurred: Intel now supplies all modems for Apple’s iPhones, MediaTek is the world’s second biggest wireless chipmaker, and Samsung and Huawei have developed their own modems. “If the task is to decide whether Qualcomm maintained its position through innovation, skill, technology or through licensing practices, it’s a lay-down hand,” Van Nest said. The FTC hasn’t “proven anything with respect to licensing practices that had impact on advancement of this technology.” If the task is to decide whether Qualcomm maintained its position through innovation, skill, technology or through licensing practices, it’s a lay-down hand.” Qualcomm attorney Robert Van Nest See also Losing access to Qualcomm’s modems would impose costs on handset makers, including not being able to supply to consumers, Shapiro said in his initial testimony. “That’s a very heavy hammer that Qualcomm is bringing down, at least as a threat, in those negotiations,” Shapiro said. As part of its defense, Qualcomm last week called three economics experts to rebut Shapiro’s claims. They testified that Shapiro’s methodology was flawed and that he didn’t consider what was happening in the real world. Dueling expertsAviv Nevo, a University of Pennsylvania economics and marketing professor, on Friday called into question Shapiro’s use of theory to determine the damage allegedly caused by Qualcomm’s licensing practices. Instead, Nevo said he examined the “real-world” agreements Qualcomm had with companies to determine that the rates weren’t excessive. Nevo testified that the FTC’s theory that Qualcomm uses its power in the chip market to charge excessive royalty rates “is just not born out of actual market data.” He said “there’s no support for the theory in the data.” Nevo also testified that the mobile industry is strong. “At a high level, this is a thriving industry,” Nevo said. “Prices are declining. Quantities are skyrocketing.”Nevo also said there were legitimate business reasons for Qualcomm’s licensing policies. “One is reduction in transaction cost,” he said. “The other is allowing rival chipmakers to operate freely with access to tech without a need for a license.” iPhone XS, Pixel 3, OnePlus 6T and 20 other phones without headphone jacks NASA turns 60: The space agency has taken humanity farther than anyone else, and it has plans to go further.Taking It to Extremes: Mix insane situations — erupting volcanoes, nuclear meltdowns, 30-foot waves — with everyday tech. Here’s what happens. Mobile Components Tech Industry Phones See also Qualcomm-FTC lawsuit: Everything you need to know Apple: Qualcomm’s hardball tactics squeezed Intel chips out of iPad Mini 2 Qualcomm CEO defends chip-licensing business in FTC trial Apple’s 5G iPhone shift bogged down by Qualcomm chip battle FTC rests case against Qualcomm, arguing it’s a monopoly in mobile chips FTC’s witness criticizes Qualcomm’s economics experts as ‘sloppy’ Qualcomm wraps up defense after expert rebuts FTC witness Qualcomm didn’t have enough power to hurt chip competition, expert testifies Qualcomm didn’t have all the license negotiating power, exec testifies reading • FTC, Qualcomm give closing arguments in trial over mobile chip licenses Qualcomm has been battling the FTC in a San Jose, California, courtroom since Jan. 4. The FTC wrapped up its antitrust case against the company on Jan. 15, and Qualcomm rested its defense Friday. The trial has revealed the inner workings of tech’s most important business, smartphones, showing how suppliers wrestle for dominance and profit. Judge Lucy Koh will now decide the outcome of the case. She noted earlier in the trial that she likely won’t be issuing her normal speedy decision, as she has a lot of evidence, testimony and case law to consider. Still, the FTC on Tuesday asked for a possible timeline for the decision. It’s facing another government shutdown in mid-February and would have to justify keeping lawyers on the clock if a verdict was impending.Koh said she didn’t know how long it would take but asked the FTC to check in again before a potential shutdown. “I’m generally fairly fast,” Koh said. “[But] something of this magnitude is going to take longer” than other average motions.Qualcomm is the world’s biggest provider of mobile chips, and it created technology that’s essential for connecting phones to cellular networks. The company derives a significant portion of its revenue from licensing those inventions to hundreds of device makers, with the fee based on the value of the phone, not the components.Because Qualcomm owns patents related to 3G, 4G and 5G networking technology, as well as other features like software, all handset makers building a device that connects to cellular networks have to pay it a licensing fee, even if they don’t use Qualcomm’s chips.But the FTC lawsuit could break that model. The US government has accused Qualcomm of operating a monopoly in wireless chips, forcing customers like Apple to work with Qualcomm exclusively and charging “excessive” licensing fees for its technology, in part by wielding its “no license, no chips” policy. Qualcomm’s practices prevented rivals from entering the market, drove up the cost of phones and in turn hurt consumers, who faced higher handset prices, the FTC said. Qualcomm says the FTC’s lawsuit is based on “flawed legal theory.” It’s also says customers choose its chips because they’re the best and that it’s never stopped providing processors to customers, even when they’re battling over licenses.”The FTC hasn’t come close to meeting its burden of proof in this case,” Don Rosenberg, executive vice president and general counsel of Qualcomm, said in a statement Tuesday following closing arguments. “All real-world evidence presented at trial showed how Qualcomm’s years of R&D and innovation fostered competition, and growth for the entire mobile economy to the benefit of consumers around the world. Our licensing rates — which were set long before we had a chip business, and revalidated time and again — fairly and accurately reflect the value of our patent portfolio. Qualcomm’s technology has been the foundation of a thriving, competitive industry.”No license, no chipsDuring the trial, the FTC called witnesses from companies like Apple, Samsung, Intel and Huawei and had experts testify about the alleged harm Qualcomm’s licensing practices have caused the mobile industry. Qualcomm, meanwhile, called company executives, representatives from handset makers and chip rivals, and economics experts to dispute the FTC’s allegations in the case. The company sought to show that competition is healthy in the mobile chip market and that Qualcomm hasn’t hampered the industry.  The company has argued that its broad patent portfolio and innovations justify its fees. CEO Steve Mollenkopf, who took the stand early in the trial, defended the company’s licensing practices, saying the way his company sells chips to smartphone makers is best for everybody involved and is the simplest way to license the technology. The heart of the FTC’s case against Qualcomm is a so-called “no license, no chips policy.” Qualcomm sells processors that connect phones to cellular networks, but it also licenses its broad portfolio as a group. For a set fee — based on the selling price of the end device, typically a phone — the manufacturer gets to use all of Qualcomm’s technology. It’s phone makers that pay the licensing fee, not chipmakers. To get access to Qualcomm’s chips, which are broadly considered to be on the bleeding edge of wireless innovation, a phone maker first has to sign a patent licensing contract with Qualcomm. The company has long been the leader in 4G LTE, and it’s ahead of rivals in the nascent 5G market. The highest-end phones, like those from Samsung, have tended to use its modems. But the FTC argues such a requirement hurts competition and cements Qualcomm’s monopoly power.Apple Chief Operating Officer Jeff Williams testified that his company felt it had to sign contracts for amounts it thought too high — a royalty of $7.50 per iPhone — to maintain access to Qualcomm’s chips.”We were staring at an increase of over $1 billion per year in licensing, so we had a gun to our head,” Williams said as he explained why Apple signed another licensing agreement in 2013, despite being unhappy with the terms. He added that Apple has wanted to use Qualcomm’s chips for its newer devices, but Qualcomm refused to sell processors for the iPhone. Other companies, like Huawei and Lenovo, made similar comments during their testimony. And during the trial, the FTC has pointed to communication from a former Qualcomm licensing executive, Eric Reifschneider, to mobile chip customers like Motorola and Sony Mobile as evidence of threats to cut off supply. In one instance, Reifschneider wrote in an email to a Sony Mobile executive that “QCT (Qualcomm’s chip business) has been shipping chips to SMC (Sony Mobile) for almost three weeks now without a license in place. It will not be possible for that to continue.” But Qualcomm and executives from some companies have testified that Qualcomm has never cut off chip supply during contract negotiations. Some of those executives have said in live testimony and video depositions presented by Qualcomm that its rivals didn’t have the technology required for their devices. Matthias Sauer, an Apple executive and a witness called by Qualcomm, testified earlier in January that Intel’s modems didn’t meet the technical standards required for the company’s iPhones in 2014. Though Intel also couldn’t meet Apple’s chip requirements for the iPad, it would’ve used them anyway, he said, had Qualcomm not offered incentives to stay with its chips. His remarks echoed comments from colleague Tony Blevins early in the trial.Qualcomm, meanwhile, has said it had legitimate business reasons for having strict contracts with Apple, including how expensive it is to design modems specifically for Apple. Sparring during closing argumentsOn Tuesday, FTC attorney Milici argued that the no license, no chips policy “put up roadblocks for competitors.” She said there was “consistent” testimony from handset makers such as Apple, Samsung, Lenovo, Motorola and LG that they worried they’d lose access to Qualcomm’s modems if they didn’t sign licenses under terms they didn’t like. “Qualcomm has stated unambiguously that it has never threatened chip supply,” Milici said. “This is just a semantic trick.” In “example after example,” she said, Qualcomm demanded tough terms, the customer resisted, then Qualcomm said if the two sides didn’t reach agreement, the customer wouldn’t be able to buy chips anymore.”Customers who heard these statements certainly viewed them as threats,” she said. “Internal Qualcomm documents show Qualcomm executives knew their comments would be taken as threats, and they were intended to be taken that way.”  Internal Qualcomm documents show Qualcomm executives knew their comments would be taken as threats, and they were intended to be taken that way.” FTC attorney Jennifer Milici Comments 24 Photos Apple’s operating chief, Jeff Williams, testified in the FTC trial against Qualcomm.  Vicki Behringer The US Federal Trade Commission’s case against Qualcomm is now in the hands of a judge. On Tuesday the two sides presented their hour-long closing arguments in a case that could have big implications for the technology world. The FTC has accused Qualcomm of operating a monopoly in the mobile chip market, which hurt rivals and caused handset makers to raise their prices. For the FTC to win the case, it has the burden of showing that Qualcomm had a monopoly, that it had market power and that it used that power in negotiations with handset makers to command high royalties. The FTC also has to show that Qualcomm’s conduct hurt competitors and that the anticompetitive actions continue or will start again in the future. FTC attorney Jennifer Milici kicked things off Tuesday afternoon by detailing how Qualcomm used its power in the 3G and 4G chip market to force handset makers like Apple to sign licensing agreements with excessively high royalties. If Qualcomm isn’t stopped, she said, it’ll do the same thing in the 5G market.Qualcomm “acquired monopoly power in the modem chip market and instead of simply competing on its merits” put up “roadblocks” that hurt rivals, Milici said. “It’s beyond dispute the conduct is ongoing.” Aug 31 • Best places to sell your used electronics in 2019 See All Milici added that “the fact they didn’t have to cut off chip supply is proof of market power.” Customers had no other viable modem options, so they had to sign licensing deals with Qualcomm to get its chips. “We don’t know and can’t know what the market would look like without” Qualcomm’s licensing practices hurting rivals, Milici said. She said there’s no way to know if Qualcomm would’ve been first in LTE had it not thrown up obstacles for chip competitors. “The entire market was affected by roadblocks,” she said. “We don’t know how successful [Qualcomm’s rivals] would have been.”Qualcomm attorney Van Nest, meanwhile, said during his closing arguments that the companies that testified did so because they want to pay lower licensing rates. “They’re all big sophisticated companies with their own leverage,” he said. “Their testimony was, ‘Oh yeah, we felt threatened and had to do what we did.’ I would say this testimony was presented to this court in a very misleading fashion.”Van Nest noted that the FTC presented video testimony from companies like BlackBerry and Lenovo, where executives said they felt threatened by Qualcomm. But Qualcomm couldn’t present contradictory testimony — where the executives said they never actually received threats or had their chip supply cut off — until it was its turn to present its defense.He also said the FTC failed to show that Qualcomm had any market power after 2016. That September was the first time Apple used Intel chips in the iPhone. And competition in mobile chips has only gotten more fierce since then, with Qualcomm losing share in that market and MediaTek and Intel saying they’ll soon have 5G chips available. “We know 5G is going to be competitive,” Van Nest said. “There is no evidence of plausible chip leverage.”‘Heavy hammer’Both sides presented economics experts throughout the course of the trial to back up their arguments. In the case of the FTC, Carl Shapiro, a professor of economics at the University of California, Berkeley, provided the key testimony about Qualcomm’s impact on the mobile market. His testimony sought to show that Qualcomm’s “unusually high” royalty rates hurt competitors, handset makers and consumers. Shapiro initially took the stand two weeks ago, detailing how Qualcomm continues to hurt the mobile chip market. He testified again Monday as the FTC’s key rebuttal witness.  • FTC vs. Qualcomm: Why you should care Sep 1 • iPhone 11, Apple Watch 5 and more: The final rumors Shapiro on Monday said some of Nevo’s methodology, conclusions and assumptions were “fabricated,” “outrageous” and “all messed up.” He noted that Nevo’s methodology had “measurement problems.” He also said that Nevo fell short by not doing a test to determine when Qualcomm had market power.Last Tuesday, Edward Snyder, dean of the Yale School of Management and a professor of economics and management, criticized Shapiro’s methodology and said the problems Qualcomm’s rivals had were due to choices they made that had nothing to do with Qualcomm. He noted that three factors explain a company’s success or failure: foresight, investment and execution. Snyder evaluated Intel, MediaTek, Broadcom and others to examine their position in the market and how they performed based on those three factors.Intel, for one, “exhibited … poor foresight about the industry. They invested inefficiently, and they encountered execution problems,” said Snyder, who at one time worked for the Justice Department’s antitrust division. MediaTek had good foresight and investment, but it had some execution problems, Snyder said. It has now resolved those, helping it become the No. 2 modem supplier in the world. Broadcom, for its part, failed on all three, Snyder said, causing it to leave the modem industry. And Tasneem Chipty, a specialist in competition policy and antitrust economics from consultancy Matrix Economics, attacked Shapiro’s definition of the market and of market power. She accused Shapiro of taking a “shortcut” when evaluating whether the mobile chip market was competitive and said he “has overstated Qualcomm’s market power.” She said there’s no “evidence of consistent and unconstrained market power of the type” that would hurt competition or “coerce OEMs [handset makers] into onerous business terms that would rob them of billions of dollars.”Licensing rivals?The FTC has said Qualcomm’s refusal to give licenses to its chip rivals is part of its efforts to maintain its monopoly. Judge Koh in November agreed and ruled that Qualcomm has to license its wireless chip patents to its chip competitors like Intel. But Dirk Weiler, head of standards policy at Nokia, testified last week that it has long been industry standard to license technology to handset makers, not chipmakers. Along with his role at Nokia, Weiler also serves as chairman of the European Telecommunications Standards Institute. The nonprofit standards body’s Intellectual Property Rights Policy requires companies to give licenses for equipment.   “What is my understanding of the industry practice is in the case of the cellular business, this means these companies license, for example, the handset and not any subpart of the handset,” Weiler said.  And Nevo on Friday said if Qualcomm doesn’t license at the device level anymore, things could get complicated fast. If the company switched to simply licensing at the chip level, it would need to offer multiple tiers, because some of the technology would apply to an overall phone and not just the processor. “The number of license agreements would be large,” Nevo said. But the real issue “is the fact each negotiation now will become a lot more complex. Parties, chipmakers and OEMs, would have incentives to point to the other party as the one actually practicing on the license.”  Apple Share your voice Aug 31 • Your phone screen is gross. Here’s how to clean it Tagslast_img read more

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Category: ffecvqhazfzsocfs GOP supports mandatory drugtesting for welfare applicants

first_imgPhoto illustration via PixabayThe Alaska Republican Party wants to require drug testing for welfare recipients. That’s one of the new planks it added to the party platform at its convention in Fairbanks over the weekend.The party wants drug screening for applicants, as well as random testing for recipients. The statement passed with overwhelming support.Jeff Landfield, a state Senate candidate from south Anchorage, was a lonely voice against the drug screening plank, and even he says he understands the appeal.“Because nobody wants somebody who’s a drug addict getting welfare,” Landfield said. “But the reality is I don’t think it’s very many people who are doing it. But the real problem is costs so much money.”The National Conference of State Legislatures says 15 states have passed laws on drug-testing for people seeking public assistance. It’s not clear the laws save money, in part because testing catches few drug users, according to a 2011 federal report. Laws in Michigan and Florida that required universal testing of applicants were struck down in court.last_img read more

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Category: ffecvqhazfzsocfs JubileeHills police took two Nigerians into their custody when

first_imgHyderabad: The Jubilee Hills police took two Nigerians into their custody in the latenight hours on Saturday when they attacked police and media in a drunken state. According to police, under Weekend drunken driving tests, Jubilee Hills traffic police stopped the vehicle of Nigerian’s at road number 45, and found that they have consumed alcohol. Later they started arguement with police when they tried to book a case against them. Further they attacked the media persons who were covering the incident and attempted to break the cameras and pelted stones on them. By registering a case against them police took both the Nigerians into custody and are investigating.last_img read more

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Category: ffecvqhazfzsocfs Experts Discuss The Houston Regions Transit Gaps

first_img Listen X 00:00 /01:25 To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: Gail DelaughterTransportation experts speak at an H-GAC forum on the challenges of providing public transit.Keith Downey knows first-hand about the transportation problems in Houston’s Kashmere Gardens. He’s a community activist who works with young people, who in many cases hardly ever leave their neighborhood. “You know, people have to realize there’s a whole demographic that does not have proper transportation,” says Downey. Kashmere Gardens is served by Metro, but Downey says a local neighborhood shuttle would be a huge help. “Because Houston is sidewalk poor,” adds Downey. “And people are walking in the hot sun, in the grass. And this is not just a great walking town in the summertime.”  Downey was one of the people at a forum on how to plug those transportation gaps. Experts say a lack of public transit is an issue in communities of all sizes, and it’s only going to get worse as the population ages. But with limited transit funds from the state and federal governments, non-profit organizations could be providing more of those services in the future. Alan Clark directs H-GAC’s transportation planning:“It’s getting outside the box, finding the partners who can bring a little bit of the resources to the table to make these things happen,” says Clark.  Smaller communities like Conroe and Baytown have recently added more bus service. But Clark says there are places that have no transit services, like Chambers County, which is one of only two Texas counties that doesn’t have a public transportation agency. Sharelast_img read more

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first_imgMany of you are still arms deep in the awesomeness that is Portal 2, and others have already finished it. The game is full of memorable characters, like the humble sentry turret. She knows when you’re there, she misses you when you’re gone, and sure enough now she’s real. In plush form, anyway.Jonathan Guberman, author of Up, Not North, decided that he wanted a sentry turret so badly that he had to make one himself. The results are fantastic. When he started playing Portal, he ran into something that I think a lot of players experienced: there’s a lot of love on the Web for the Companion Cube, but the Sentry Turret is a much more lovable character. After all, at least she talks to you.Guberman’s sentry turret (lovingly named Trudi,) is equipped with motion detectors, pressure sensors, and tilt sensors. She also sports an LED light-up red eye, true to form, and – wait for it – she talks. She uses all of those sensors to keep track of where you are, so she can respond accordingly. Pass in front of her and she’ll speak to you, using lines from in-game dialogue like “There you are,” and “Target acquired.”If you tip Trudi over, she’ll cry and ask for help. If you pick her up, she’ll ask you to put her down. All of the dialogue comes straight from the game, so if you’re a fan of the lines the turrets in Portal and Portal 2 get in-game, you’ll love this. It also doesn’t hurt that Trudi has an exaggerated head and thin legs, so she’s built to be cute. Now if only she had machine guns on-board.Guberman had help from a friend when it came to building Trudi’s interior, and he walks you through the process. Her legs are wire, and the circuit inside is essentially an Arduino at the core, an Adafruit WaveShield to play the sounds, and the various motion and tilt sensors used to detect movement and position.Trudi was a labor of love, so don’t expect to be able to buy one anytime soon – but Guberman is forthcoming with how the adorable little turret was made, so if you’re looking for a DIY project, this is a great one to take on.Read more at Up, Not Northlast_img read more

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first_imgApple is working on a new version of its standard iPad. And unlike the new iPad Pro, this tablet could retain some key features from previous generations.In a report on Sunday, Apple-tracking blog Macotakara cited sources that said Apple will unveil its new iPad sometime this month. That report, which was earlier cited by Forbes, added that the iPad will come with a headphone jack and instead of Face ID, opt for Touch ID.MacBook Air vs MacBook Pro: Which 13-inch MacBook Is Right For You?Apple’s entry-level MacBook Air and Pro look pretty similar, but our testing proved they differ in crucial ways.Your Recommended PlaylistVolume 0%Press shift question mark to access a list of keyboard shortcutsKeyboard Shortcutsplay/pauseincrease volumedecrease volumeseek forwardsseek backwardstoggle captionstoggle fullscreenmute/unmuteseek to %SPACE↑↓→←cfm0-9接下来播放Which Cheap Tablet Is Best? Amazon Fire 7 vs Walmart Onn02:45关闭选项Automated Captions – en-USAutomated Captions – en-USAutomated Captions – en-US facebook twitter 发邮件 reddit 链接已复制直播00:0003:4603:46 Additionally, there’s been some talk that Apple could boost the iPad’s screen size from 9.7 inches to something a bit bigger. But the Macotakara sources are now saying that the iPad maker will instead opt for the same screen size and not do much to change the tablet’s design.MORE: iPad mini 5 Rumors: Release Date, Price and MoreThat stands in stark contrast to what Apple did with the iPad Pro last year. In that device, the company revamped its design to make the screen more prominent and ditch Touch ID. In its place, Apple delivered Face ID for verifying a person’s identity. The company also opted to remove the headphone jack, requiring folks to go with a dongle or Bluetooth headphones instead.The iPad, however, is the cheaper of the iPad models. And since including Face ID is likely costly, Apple might have decided to go with few changes in the entry-level iPad to keep its price tag around $300.According to the report, Apple is planning to unveil its new iPad, iPad Mini, iPod, and AirPower at an event later this month. The company might also showcase its new television service at the show. Apple hasn’t sent out invites yet, but most reports suggest the event will be hosted at the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino, Calif. on Mar. 25 or Mar. 26.iPad Buying Guide: iPad vs iPad Pro vs iPad mini by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksYou May LikeVikings: Free Online GameIf you’re over 40 – this game is a must!Vikings: Free Online GameUndoKelley Blue Book5 Mid-engine Corvettes That Weren’tKelley Blue BookUndoGrepolis – Free Online GameGamers Around the World Have Been Waiting for this GameGrepolis – Free Online GameUndoTODAYPolice Identify Girl Licking Ice Cream Tub In Viral VideoTODAYUndoCNN International for ANAThe Secret Of What It Takes To Be Naomi OsakaCNN International for ANAUndoMy Food and FamilyHealthy, Homemade Drunken Thai Noodles In Just 20 MinutesMy Food and FamilyUndoAdvertisementlast_img read more

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This release… read more Technology | Virtual and Augmented Reality | June 04, 2019 Ann Arbor Startup Launches Augmented Reality MRI Simulator SpellBound, an Ann Arbor startup specializing in augmented reality (AR) tools for children in hospitals, has officially… read more Related Content Image courtesy of Philips Healthcare Feature | Advanced Visualization | July 02, 2019 | By Jeff Zagoudis Augmented Reality Versus 3-D Printing for Radiology Three-dimensional (3-D) printing and… read more News | Advanced Visualization | July 03, 2019 TeraRecon Unveils iNtuition AI Data Extractor Artificial Intelligence (AI) and advanced visualization company TeraRecon announced its new iNtuition AI Data Extractor… read more Technology | Virtual and Augmented Reality | June 10, 2019 Medivis SurgicalAR Gets FDA Clearance Medivis announced that its augmented reality (AR) technology platform for surgical applications, SurgicalAR, has… read more Henry Ford Hospital’s ViewRay MRIdian linear accelerator system allows real-time MRI-guided radiotherapy. Shown is the support staff for this system. In the center of the photo is Benjamin Movsas, M.D., chair of radiation oncology at Henry Ford Cancer Institute. Second from the right is Carri Glide-Hurst, Ph.D., director of translational research, radiation oncology.center_img Feature | Henry Ford Hospital | May 21, 2019 | Dave Fornell, Editor Innovations in Radiotherapy and Radiology at Henry Ford Hospital Henry Ford Hospital thought leaders regularly speak at the radiation oncology and radiology conferences about new res read more Feature | Molecular Imaging | July 01, 2019 | By Sharvari Rale Transformations in Molecular Imaging Herald Entry to Novel Applications Diagnostic procedures have always been a cornerstone of early prognosis and patient triaging. read more A 3-D printed model (left) and a model constructed in augmented reality (right), both of a kidney with a tumor. 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Photo courtesy of Nicole Wake, Ph.D. Technology | Advanced Visualization | June 13, 2019 Materialise Receives FDA Clearance for Cardiovascular Planning Software Suite Three-dimensional (3-D) printing software and solutions company Materialise has received U.S. Food and Drug… read more News | Medical 3-D Printing | August 08, 2019 RSNA and ACR to Collaborate on Landmark Medical 3D Printing Registry The Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) and the American College of Radiology (ACR) will launch a new medical… read more News | March 30, 2009 3D Helps Clinicians Detect Asbestos-Related Diseases March 30, 2009 – Michael Harbut, M.D., MPH, co-director of the National Center for Vermiculite and Asbestos-Related Cancers (NCVAC) at the Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer Institute in Detroit, MI, and chief of the Center for Occupational and Environmental Medicine Wayne State University, revealed the use of a new technology to aid in the diagnosis of asbestos-related lung disease. The announcement was made at the Asbestos Disease Awareness Organization’s annual conference on March 28 in Manhattan Beach, CA.”Radiographic approaches developed by Carmen Endress, M.D., FACR, associate professor of radiology, Wayne State University School of Medicine and radiologist at the NCVAC, allow us to visualize lesions caused by asbestos exposure in three dimensional detail and often at a much earlier stage than that of the current standard radiographic techniques,” Dr. Harbut said.This new approach involves taking images obtained on the 64-slice high resolution CT scan and enhancing them using the Vitrea imaging software program developed by Vital Images Inc.Dr. Harbut explained, “The benefits of this new approach include the possibility of earlier detection; better differentiation between patients with scarring on the lungs and other diseases; assistance in determining why some people who have thickening on the covering of the lungs have uncontrolled, unrelenting pain; and potentially increased success in the overall diagnosis and treatment of asbestos-related disease.”According to Dr. Harbut, this approach could also have a significant public-health impact.”If we can identify the ‘sentinel’ or first cases of asbestosis or lung cancer at an early stage, then we can help identify asbestos exposures in places where it might not have previously been suspected,” he said. “Such identification of early detection could help to reduce the death rate from asbestos-related diseases.”Harbut added that this new technology approach to chest radiography could also help reduce cases of fraud which have been reported in asbestos litigation, due to the clarity and sophistication of the images that can help identify which cases are asbestos-related and which are not.For more information: FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享last_img read more

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Category: ffecvqhazfzsocfs Qantas welcomes American Airlines B777300ER to Sydney

first_imgQantas welcomes American Airlines’ state-of-the-art, flagship Boeing 777-300ER aircraft to Sydney on Friday, 13 November  2015, where American will show customers its award-winning on-board products.As part of the carriers’ expanded partnership announced in June 2015 American will operate the B777-300ER on its new daily, nonstop flight from Sydney to Los Angeles starting on 19 December 2015.“Our 777-300ER demonstrates the best American has to offer as we renew our fleet with a new plane every four days and make a $2 billion investment in the overall travel experience,” said Doug Parker, American’s Chairman and CEO.“It’s been more than 20 years since we’ve had service to Australia, and we’ve made incredible strides to make sure American offers a world-class product to important business and leisure customers.”Qantas Group CEO, Alan Joyce said he was excited to welcome Mr. Parker and the B777-300ER to Australia.“We are really looking forward to hosting American Airline’s flagship B777-300ER and celebrating the evolution of our relationship ahead of American’s inaugural Sydney-Los Angeles service and our return to San Francisco in December,” said Mr. Joyce.“Our expanded relationship with American Airlines is great news for customers of both airlines travelling across the Pacific and North America.“Together we provide a world class travel experience for anyone travelling to the US. This includes state-of-the-art aircraft to Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York and Dallas/Fort Worth, unrivalled frequencies as well as coordinated schedules which allow seamless travel within the United States.”Showcasing the flagship aircraft in Australia for the first time, American will host an exclusive day of activities for invited guests at Sydney Airport, jointly hosted with its business partner, Qantas Airways.Invited aviation, corporate and sales agents will have the opportunity to tour the interior and experience the all-aisle access, fully lie-flat First and Business Class seats and view the walk-up bar in the premium cabins.Every seat, including Main Cabin and Main Cabin Extra, features personal, in-seat on-demand entertainment HD screens with up to 250 movies, 160 TV programs and more than 350 audio CDs, 20 games plus international Wi-Fi capability, universal AC power outlets and USB ports.American and Qantas Airways are significantly expanding their joint business by adding two new services between Australia and the U.S.  New routes between Sydney (SYD) and Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) operated by American Airlines, begin on 19 December 2015.Qantas’ new service between Sydney and San Francisco International Airport (SFO), starting 18 December 2015, will provide customers with more options when traveling between the two countries. Fly QantasSource = Qantaslast_img read more

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