Bell Fibe TV the first Canadian television service available on Apple TV

first_img Facebook Advertisement Login/Register With: Twitter You can experience Fibe TV on Apple TV first hand with live demonstrations at Bell stores across Québec and Ontario. Apple TV 4th generation 32 GB is now available at Bell stores in both provinces for $199, and you can also purchase through 310-BELL and online at Bell.ca/AppleTV.Since its introduction in 2010, Fibe TV has transformed television in Canada with the best picture quality available, the first 4K Wireless Whole Home PVR, the ability to Restart shows in progress or from the past 30 hours, access to the top 5 most-watched shows in Canada at any time with Trending, control your Fibe TV experience with your Apple Watch, and access to up to 450 channels on your mobile devices with the Fibe TV app.Discover the free Fibe TV app on the App Store for Apple TV or download on iPhone and iPad at AppStore.com/FibeTV. The app will download automatically on Apple TV for users with Automatic Downloads enabled.About BellBell is Canada’s largest communications company, providing consumers and business customers with wireless, TV, Internet, home phone, small business and enterprise communications services. Bell Media is Canada’s premier multimedia company with leading assets in television, radio, digital and out of home media. Bell is wholly owned by Montréal’s BCE Inc. (TSX, NYSE: BCE). For more information, please visit Bell.ca.The Bell Let’s Talk initiative promotes Canadian mental health with national awareness and anti-stigma campaigns like Bell Let’s Talk Day and significant Bell funding of community care and access, research, and workplace initiatives. To learn more, please visit Bell.ca/LetsTalk. LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Advertisement Fibe TV is now available on Apple TV, enabling consumers to experience Canada’s best television service alongside their music, photos, games and favourite apps on Apple TV 4th Generation.“Fibe TV continues to be the fastest growing TV service in Canada because of our constant focus on delivering new and exclusive features and building great partnerships to make television better,” said Rizwan Jamal, President of Bell Residential and Small Business. “Consumers can access Fibe TV through a receiver, on their computer or mobile device, and now, for the first time in Canada, on Apple TV.”With the Fibe TV app on Apple TV, you can watch up to 450 channels live or on demand – the most of any provider – and see the top trending shows at any time. By the end of the year, you’ll also be able to watch Fibe TV recordings as well as pause and rewind live TV on Apple TV. Advertisementlast_img read more

Senior UN relief official warns health and education systems in wartorn Yemen

“Eight months of conflict have had a devastating effect on all aspects of life in Yemen, with the health and education sectors the hardest hit,” said the Head of Operation for the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA), John Ging in a news release.Mr. Ging also reported that a sharp reduction in imports and a ban on exports have reduced public and commercial revenues, resulting in collapsing services and livelihoods.“Ministries are running out of money for supplies and salaries for health workers and teachers, and there are widespread shortages of medicines to treat chronic illnesses. MSF [Médecins Sans Frontières] is warning of a catastrophic situation for dialysis patients in particular,” he added.On his visit, from 15 to 17 November, Mr. Ging met affected people, humanitarian partners, and representatives of the Government and the opposition and stressed that everyone “called for an immediate end to the conflict and the resumption of normal commercial activities.”Mr. Ging commended the work of Yemeni civil society organizations, national and international non-governmental organizations, the International Red Cross and Red Crescent (ICRC) and UN organizations during the course of the crisis.”There has been an impressive scale-up of aid operations thanks to the heroic efforts of humanitarian staff, but we must be clear that humanitarian agencies cannot substitute for a country’s public services,” noted Mr. Ging.OCHA reported that UN and its humanitarian partners are doing their utmost to deliver aid despite the challenging environment.Agencies are distributing food to 2.4 million people on a monthly basis, providing medical supplies to improve health access for 2.6 million people, and treating 97,000 severely malnourished children, OCHA said adding that country-wide vaccination campaigns continue.Further, the UN agency said that emergency water and sanitation support has reached 3.7 million people since April. Mr. Ging stressed the need for all parties of the conflict to respect International Humanitarian Law saying that it is ‘unacceptable to prevent aid deliveries or to steal humanitarian supplies.’Lastly, he appealed for the immediate lifting of the siege on Taiz city and an end to the bureaucratic obstacles to aid delivery inside Yemen. read more

Wednesdays Daily Brief Diplomacy for Peace Day VaccinesWork the cost of war

Toddlers should spend no more than 60 minutes passively watching a screen every day, while babies under 12 months should have none, to ensure that they grow up fit and well, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Wednesday, as part of a campaign to tackle the global obesity crisis. In recommendations specifically aimed at under-fives for the first time, the UN health agency said that some than 40 million children around the globe – around six per cent of the total – are overweight. Of that number, half are in Africa and Asia, it noted. Find the whole story here.‘Violent extremism must not divide us’: UN High Commissioner for Refugees on Sri Lanka’s attacks  The International Day of Multilateralism and Diplomacy for Peace “underscores the value of international cooperation for the common good”, according to United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres marking its first-ever observance on Wednesday.The UN chief pointed out that for nearly 75 years, multilateral arrangements established after the Second World War have “saved lives, expanded economic and social progress, upheld human rights and, not least, helped to prevent a third descent into global conflagration”.Read the whole story here.World Immunization Week starts today After an intensive four-day visit to Silicon Valley, in California, the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Michelle Bachelet, has urged all States to adopt a “smart mix of measures to regulate new technologies”.   “Finding a smart mix in a digital, networked environment is particularly challenging and requires innovative thinking,” Ms. Bachelet said, on Wednesday, adding that regulation needs to be “flexible and capable of evolving to address the changing needs of this sector.”  Highlighting the urgency of finding solutions to some of the major threats to human rights posed by technological advances, the Human Rights chief said that technology “can, and should, be all about progress.”  But she warned that “hugely invasive powers” were being unleashed by tech innovation, which could do “incalculable damage” without enough checks.  Ms. Bachelet also announced a project to help technology companies incorporate established international human rights principles into their work. Under-fives’ daily screen time should be kept to 60 minutes only, warns WHO The UN High Commissioner for Refugees, Filippo Grandi, issued a statement on Wednesday expressing his “deep shock and sorrow” over the Sri Lanka attacks on Easter Day, and the rising death toll.  The UNHCR chief said he felt “encouraged by the outpouring of solidarity and calls for unity from all corners of the world”, adding that “violent extremism must not divide us.” Mr. Grandi said the agency would stand by the government and people of Sri Lanka, “a country that has offered protection to refugees of diverse religions and nationalities, at the same time as it continues to recover from its own experience of division and conflict” during its long civil war. Amid a surge in outbreaks of vaccine-preventable diseases such as measles, the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) announced on Wednesday a new social media campaign, emphasizing that “vaccines are safe, and they save lives”.And on Wednesday night, UNICEF also published a new report, showing that more than 20 million children worldwide missed out on measles vaccine annually, in the past eight years. Full details in our story here.To inspire confidence in the power and safety of vaccines, UNICEF is using the hashtag #VaccinesWork for the global campaign, centred around World Immunization Week, which runs from 24 to 30 April.Listen to our interview with UNICEF immunization chief, Robin Nandy:  Although Afghan civilians are continuing to suffer high levels of casualties due to ongoing conflict, rates are at their lowest level since the beginning of 2013. That’s according to figures released on Wednesday by the UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan, UNAMA, which documented 581 civilian deaths, and 1,192 injured during the first three months of this year. That represents a 23 per cent drop for the same period last year, driven by a fall in the number of suicide attacks, as well as an unusually harsh winter. UNAMA said it was “very concerned by the continuing targeting of civilians” and an increase in casualties from the use of non-suicide explosives by “anti-Government elements”. There was also a significant increase in casualties due to aerial and search operations, which led to an uptick in casualties at the hands of pro-Government forces. More regulation on new technologies needed: UN Human Rights chief says after visiting Silicon Valley  Multilateralism’s ‘proven record of service’ is focus of first-ever International Day Violence continuing to inflict ‘high levels of harm’ on Afghan civilians  read more

UN chief condemns terror attack in Kismayo Somalia

In a statement released on Friday, Mr. Guterres expressed his condolences to the families of those who lost their lives in the attack and wished a swift recovery to the injured.The attack took place in the port city of Kismayo where, according to media reports, a suicide bomber drove a car containing explosives into the Asasey hotel. Gunmen then stormed the building..@antonioguterres speaks out against terrorist attack in Somali port city of Kismayo, reaffirms @UN’s support and solidarity with the people of Somalia in their pursuit of a peaceful future https://t.co/ctv6eLNWun @UNSomalia— UN Spokesperson (@UN_Spokesperson) July 12, 2019 The terror group al-Shabab has reportedly claimed responsibility for the attack, which is believed to have led to the deaths of at least 26 people, making it the worst to hit Kismayo since al-Shabab was forced out of the city in 2012.The killings took place around 4 months after al-Shabab set off two car bombs in the Somali capital of Mogadishu, reportedly killing more than 20 people, and injuring scores more.The Secretary-General reaffirmed the support and solidarity of the United Nations with the people of Somalia in their pursuit of a peaceful future. read more

Another family night for Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim

Another season, another first for Syracuse’s Jim Boeheim.Even after more than four decades as head coach at his alma mater, he’s facing something new. When the Orange (4-2) host Cornell (4-3) on Saturday night in the Carrier Dome, the matchup will give the 74-year-old Boeheim a unique moment in time — his two sons will compete against each other on the basketball court that bears the Hall of Fame coach’s name.A family affair like no other, to be sure.“It’s a tough game, an emotional game,” Boeheim said. “It is what it is. Just got to get ready.”Boeheim’s oldest son, Jimmy, has stepped up his game after averaging 3.2 points and 2.2 rebounds in 26 games as a freshman for the Big Red last season. The 6-foot-8 sophomore forward is shooting 46.2 per cent and averaging 11.7 points, 4.3 rebounds and 22.1 minutes off the bench. Buddy, a 6-5 freshman guard for the Orange, has struggled, hitting just 2 of 18 shots from long range and 3 of 28 overall after excelling in the preseason.“They’ve been playing good this year, both of them,” coach Boeheim said. “Buddy hasn’t made any shots. He will. Jimmy’s been playing real good.”The brothers were fierce competitors growing up, learning the nuances of the game both at home and at the YMCA in downtown Syracuse on Saturday mornings with mom Juli watching intently while sitting on the hardwood floor against the wall of the tiny gym.“It’s going to be a little weird, lining up against my brother,” said Jimmy, who has a pair of 20-point games this season. “I’m going to do my best to put it aside and play to the best of my abilities.“I try to treat it like any other game, but that’s a little easier said than done, I guess. I’ve grown up playing there, so it’s just playing basketball to me. Now that I’ve done it once, I’m going into it a lot calmer, I guess, just trying to enjoy it more.”Jimmy Boeheim already has had a moment the family will cherish forever. He drained a 3-pointer in front of his father on Cornell’s first possession of last season and finished with a season-high 11 points and a team-high five rebounds. The Orange won, so there was a sense of satisfaction on both sides.“That was awesome. That just totally calmed me down. It brought me so much peace,” Juli said. “I needed to know that he was going to have some success. It really surpassed any of my expectations.”Like last year, Juli has ordered special T-shirts for the special night and will pass them out to family and friends before the game, then wait and worry.“I’ll still be a bag of nerves until they’ve both been in and something good has happened for both of them,” she said. “Then I can relax. It becomes a normal game. I just want success for them so badly.”Syracuse is coming off a road victory over No. 16 Ohio State in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge. It was the Orange’s last chance this season to notch a signature nonconference victory away from the Carrier Dome, an important piece for an NCAA Tournament resume.Buddy started the first two games of the season and played sparingly in the next two. He did not play against the Buckeyes.“I knew it would be tough (for him),” Juli said. “I knew it was going to be an extremely high-level game. I think Buddy handled it very well. Jim said he was really happy that we won, he had a good attitude about not playing. He completely understood. If he can keep that mindset going, he’ll put a lot less pressure on himself.”Expect Buddy back in the lineup at some point Saturday night.“They’d both better play or I’m not going home. That’s all I can tell you,” the old coach said with a laugh. “I can get away with one game, but I don’t think I can get away with two.”___More AP college basketball: https://apnews.com/Collegebasketball and https://twitter.com/AP_Top25John Kekis, The Associated Press read more

Zambian mining industry to drive strategic consensus for longterm economic growth

first_imgReeling from the worst crisis it has faced this century, and losing millions of dollars a month in a depressed copper-price environment, the Zambian mining industry is to push for a long-term strategic consensus to promote the growth not just of the mining industry, but of the entire country.“As an industry, we carry the weight of an entire nation on our shoulders in terms of investment, jobs and foreign exchange earnings,” said Chamber of Mines President, Nathan Chishimba, speaking at a media conference in Lusaka yesterday.Since 2000, on the back of rising copper demand from China, the Zambian copper mining industry has led the nation’s development, spurring GDP growth and helping to achieve annual growth rates of 7% to 10%. The industry has ploughed more than $10 billion into new mining ventures, trebled the country’s annual mining output to around 800,000 t and increased employment fourfold to more than 80,000. This mining growth has been key in taking government tax revenue from less than half a billion Kwacha in 2000 to a peak of K8 billion ten years later.“We are the basket which holds all the proverbial eggs. Working together we have to create a high-growth, diversified economy which spreads risk and opportunities across the economy, creates more jobs and widens the tax base,” said Chishimba. “As we are seeing in the current crisis, Zambia should not be relying only on mining for its future.”As a measure of the industry’s unity of purpose, the Zambian Chamber of Mines media conference was attended by senior executives of First Quantum Minerals (FQM), Konkola Copper Mines (KCM), Mopani and Barrick Lumwana and other senior industry figures. These are Zambia’s four largest copper mining companies, accounting for around 70% of the country’s annual output.The objective, according to Chishimba, was to provide context and understanding for the slump facing Zambian and global copper miners after a reduction in demand in the past five years from China, the world’s largest consumer of copper (45% of world production). It has led to a five-year slide in the copper price, which is around 60% off its 2011 peak – triggering production cutbacks and layoffs in all of the world’s major copper-mining nations, from Zambia, DRC and Chile to Australia, Canada and the US.The conference also heard that the Zambian mining industry faced specific local constraints such as a debilitating power shortage that has reduced production capacity, increased costs and, in certain cases, forced the closure of operations, with the loss of many jobs.“We suffer from both production challenges, such as old mines, deep orebodies, low grades, low productivity, and regulatory challenges – for example, a constantly changing policy and tax environment.  The effect is twofold: our copper is expensive to produce, and investors are reluctant to start new mines or expand existing ones.”On the long-term prospects for the global mining industry, Chishimba said there had always been demand for copper on the back of industrialisation and modernisation of the world economy, and nothing suggests that this is about to change.  However, for Zambia to benefit from that continued demand, the Zambian mining industry needs to become more competitive.“There are new, low cost mines coming on stream in other countries that can thrive in this low price environment. Unless Zambia takes action now to address our challenges, so that we can compete with these other countries, our future as a copper producing nation is in peril,” he said. Chishimba said the challenge is for both the industry and the country to learn the lessons of the past and present.“This national crisis poses long-term questions over Zambia’s economic development, which cannot be avoided.  We all need to come together and agree the conditions which best promote the growth both of the mines and the broader economy. As an industry, we are ready to create dialogue on this vital strategic issue on which the future of our nation depends.”Chishimba concluded by saying that the Chamber of Mines, with the full weight of support of its members, would engage with stakeholders on this topic in the coming year. It is the industry’s intention to host an ‘All Zambia’ conference next year, as part of the drive to reach long-term consensus on economic diversification.last_img read more

Okada Manila continues upward GGR climb in February

first_imgPhilippines integrated resort operator Tiger Resort, Leisure and Entertainment, Inc (TRLEI) has reported gross gaming revenue of Php2.38 billion (US$45.2 million) at Okada Manila in February, a year-on-year increase of 73% over the same month in 2018.The increase included a 147.2% increase in VIP revenue to Php969 million (US$18.4 million), while mass table games grew 64.9% to Php699 million and gaming machines by 27.2% to Php710 million. Other revenue reached Php166 million, pushing property-wide revenue at Okada Manila to Php2.54 billion – up 70.7% year-on-year. RelatedPosts Strong VIP growth sees Okada Manila GGR climb 72% in August Adjusted segment EBITDA was Php361.2 million compared to a loss of Php181.5 million in February 2018.The results did, however, represent a significant sequential decline on January 2019, when GGR reached a record Php3.84 billion.“In addition to February being three days shorter than January, the decrease in gross gaming revenue in comparison to January 2019 was primarily due to the Chinese New Year holidays, particularly impacting VIP table games directly,” TRLEI said. “This was expected, however, and volumes in VIP rolling, mass table drop and gaming machine handle recovered for the latter half of the month.” Load More South Korea’s foreigner-only casinos see revenues grow in August 70% of Macau gaming market driven by 400,000 premium players: brokeragelast_img read more

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Wilmingtons Latest Legal Notices Week of May 26 2019

first_imgWILMINGTON, MA — Below are the latest legal notices related to Wilmington, published during the week of Sunday, May 26, 2019:190598 — Vibert — 12 Ox Bow Drive190637 — Wilmington Board of Appeals — Roberts Burke Gifford190686 — Superior Court — Ficociello — 500 Main St190693 — Benson — 26 Fairmeadow Road190694 — Land Court — Hutchison — 32 Marcia Road190695 — Land Court —  Armata — 26 Shady Lane Drive190708 — Wilmington Conservation Commission — RDA — 8 Lexington Street190709 — Wilmington Conservation Commission —  RDA — 6A Falcon Road190710 — Wilmington Conservation Commission — 100 Research Drive190711 — Wilmington Conservation Commission — 635 Main Street(NOTE: The above public notices is from MassPublicNotices.org.)Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email wilmingtonapple@gmail.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedWilmington’s Latest Legal Notices (Week of July 28, 2019)In “Government”Wilmington’s Latest Legal Notices (Week of August 18, 2019)In “Government”Wilmington’s Latest Legal Notices (Week of June 30, 2019)In “Government”last_img read more

Damaged manhole repaired

first_imgRajendra Nagar: Reacting to a news item ‘Plea to stop sewage water overflowing’ published in The Hans India on Monday, Rajendra Nagar civic authorities swung into action to give much relief to the residents. The residents of Fortview Colony in Rajendra Nagar were facing hardships on account of a damaged manhole. The concerned civic authorities of Rajendra Nagar immediately informed their workers to visit the affected place and repair the damaged manhole.last_img

Hyundai India set to touch record sales in 2015 with Creta Elite

first_imgHyundai CretaHyundai IndiaHyundai Motor India, the subsidiary of South Korea’s largest car company, is set to end the year 2015 in grand fashion. With the domestic sales of the company projected to touch a record high of 4.76 lakh vehicles this year, there is every reason to cheer. The company is also expected to touch its export target of 1.67 lakh units for this year.The company will also register the highest year-on-year growth of over 16% in the past five years in 2015, reports The Economic Times. Hyundai India, the third-largest contributor of the South Korean company, accounts for about 14% of the company’s sales. What really helped it reach the coveted top spot was models like Elite i20 and Creta, and needless to say, both are doing remarkably well.The Hyundai Creta SUV, which opened its India chapter in July this year, has already bagged over 75,000 bookings and is expected to reach the 1 lakh mark by the end of this year. Creta has also been seeing overwhelming response in the overseas market, well received in places like Latin America (Colombia, Costa Rica, Peru and Panama), the Middle East (Oman, UAE, Saudi) and Africa (Egypt, Morocco & Nigeria). The company has increased production of the Creta to meet demand.Offered in both petrol and diesel-engine options, the Creta’s 1.6-litre VTVT petrol engine can churn out 121bhp and 151Nm of torque. The 1.6-litre CRDI diesel engine is tuned to pump out 126bhp of power and 260Nm of torque. The petrol engine is mated to a six-speed manual transmission, while the 1.6-litre CRDi is also available with a six-speed automatic transmission.last_img read more

National Poetry Month Still Life With Wadded Paper Towels By Paige Quiñones

first_imgThis poem is reprinted with permission of the author.Music used: Burnout Fugue (excerpt), Le Sablier (excerpt) and Le Vieillard (excerpt) by Alexandra Stréliski from Inscape and PianoscopeTo learn more about this series, go here. Listen To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: Share 00:00 /05:51 center_img X Margaret CiprianoPaige Quiñones Still Life with Wadded Paper TowelsI wonder whether familiarity will take over.Here, we are childrenwho marvel at a swirl of hair in sunlightor the sparrow’s cry for coitus.And though I’ve touched a body not mine,I’m surprised by your heat, howI can perceive this desire so easily—we are betrayed at our most animal.Here, nothing is not lovely. The slatted light.The accidental blood on my thighs,whatever I use to clean them.We have been painted in hard linesand I want to blur you out—a manis most interesting where he doesn’t belong.So you play at negation, as though we needthat bruise made new again.Someday I will hate you.This is your way of saying: I owe you nothing. In this sound portrait, we meet poet Paige Quiñones. She tell us how poetry changed her life in college, her interest in exploring the ends of relationships and her favorite place to write. She reads her poem, “Still Life with Wadded Paper Towels.”Paige Quiñones is currently a PhD student in poetry at the University of Houston, where she is the Managing Editor of Gulf Coast: A Journal of Literature and Fine Arts. Previously a fellow with the Center for Mexican American Studies at UH, she received her MFA in poetry from Ohio State University. Her work has been nominated twice for Pushcart Prizes and has appeared or is forthcoming in Copper Nickel, Crazyhorse, Hayden’s Ferry Review, Poetry Northwest, Quarterly West and elsewhere. She is the recipient of a 2019 Inprint Donald Barthelme Prize.last_img read more

Game of Thrones Gave Us a Slow Burn to a Great Battle

first_img Holy crap, that final scene. There may not have been a ton of action for most of last night’s Game of Thrones, but that last battle was worth the wait. It was massive, violent and emotionally harrowing to watch Daenerys fly overhead on Drogon, unaware of the weapon the Lannisters now possess. We’ll get to that later, though. There’s an entire show worth of cathartic reunions, foreshadowing and intrigue to get through.While the overall plot of Game of Thrones continues to move at the speed of light, last night’s episode wisely took its time early on. Knowing it would end with nonstop action, it filled the rest of the episode with slower moments hinting at where the story would go from here. (Also, if you were watching on HBO NOW, the episode title was “Game of Thrones 64,” which is hilarious. I bet “Game of Thrones 64” would have required the RAM Expansion Pak.) The best of these moments by far was the long-awaited reunion of the remaining Stark siblings. Arya finally arrived back in Winterfell, only to be nearly turned away at the gate. If you remember all the way back to season one, you know this tends to happen to her. People don’t think she looks the part of a Stark. This time, she handles the situation a lot more calmly, appealing to the guards’ sense of reason. And their desire not to face the wrath of Sansa.The scene where Arya and Sansa meet in the Godswood after years of being apart is easily one of the most emotionally satisfying moments in the entire series. It’s immediately clear that both have changed and hardened since they last saw each other, but they’re still sisters. They’re overjoyed to see each other, which is why Sansa is so desperate to laugh off Arya’s list of people to kill as a joke. She tries to appear accepting of the list when Bran reveals it to be serious, but she’s clearly uncomfortable with the idea. That becomes especially evident when Arya spars with Brienne, in another fantastic scene. This fight even gave the dragon battle at the end a run for its money. Though it was a friendly duel, we got to see the two best swordswomen in all of Westeros go up against each other, and it was just as glorious as we’d all imagined. (And you have to smile at Arya’s response that she was trained by “no one.”)Maisie Williams, Sophie Turner (Credit: Helen Sloan/HBO)Look closely in that scene, and you can find another parallel to season one. When Arya is fighting Brienne, Sansa looks on growing less comfortable by the second. That could be a callback to the scene all the way back when Arya began her water dancer training with Syrio. As Ned saw his daughter fight, a look of terror slowly took over his face. The same happens to Sansa here. The difference is, where Ned was clearly scared for Arya, Sansa looks to be scared of her. A fact that doesn’t go unnoticed by Littlefinger, who is probably already thinking of how to use this situation to his advantage.If there is anything good to come out of Philosophy Major Bran, it might be that he appears to be one step ahead of everyone else as far as Littlefinger is concerned. When Littlefinger gives Bran the Valyrian Steel dagger that almost killed him, Bran says to him “chaos is a ladder.” Those are the same words Littlefinger spoke to Varys in season three. Bran knows what Littlefinger’s up to. He aims to create chaos so that he can amass power amidst the confusion. Sansa knows that too, to a certain extent, but at this point, only Bran knows about how Littlefinger betrayed their father. And now, he gave the dagger to Arya for reasons that aren’t entirely clear yet. Maybe she’ll use it to kill Littlefinger. Since it’s made of Valyrian steel, maybe she’ll be the one to kill the Night King with it. That would certainly explain why such attention was paid to Arya’s match with Brienne. All that’s certain is that Bran knows things about the future that he’s not sharing with anyone. And that despite being more useful this week, he’s still your obnoxious cousin who went to college and discovered weed for the first time.Maisie Williams, Isaac Hempstead Wright (Credit: Helen Sloan/HBO)Elsewhere in Westeros, Daenerys and Jon Snow are acting much friendlier towards one another. Before mining the dragonglass from under her castle, Jon brings Daenerys into the caves so she can see it. More than it being beautiful, they also find some ancient carvings deep in the caves. It would appear that the Forest Children and the First Men lived together, united to defeat a common enemy: The Night King. The message isn’t lost on Daenerys. They need each other to survive. Daenerys still won’t accept a sovereign northern kingdom, though. Much like Jon once said to Mance Rayder, she encourages him to bend the knee to her in order to save his people. Jon is now in the same position Mance was once, with people counting on him to lead. He knows at least a few bannermen leave if he surrenders to Daenerys. If the North becomes divided again, they won’t have a chance to stop the White Walkers. Even with Daenerys’s army.Their discussion is interrupted by the news that Tyrion’s invasion of Casterly Rock has failed. Not trusting Tyrion to lead a campaign against his own family, Daenerys is ready to storm the Red Keep with dragons and Dothraki. Thankfully, Jon is there to help discourage that course of action. He says if she does that, people will look at her as another tyrant, willing to kill common folk if it puts her in power. He encourages her to show people that she will be a different kind of ruler. She listens, leading to the greatest battle of the season, so far.The entire scene leading up to it, with Jaime and Bronn taking wheat from farmers to bring to King’s Landing, was tense as hell. You knew something was coming, but it still wasn’t quite clear what. Then, you heard the horses and the Dothraki yells. She didn’t, you think. And then you see them, and oh yes she did. It’s awe-inspiring to watch the Dothraki riders face a well-funded group of Lannister soldiers, and it gets even better when you see Daenerys’s true plan. The Dothraki keep the soldiers busy while Daenerys rides Drogon, commanding him to burn the wheat. It’s a much more strategic move than storming the Red Keep directly. Interestingly, Tyrion doesn’t enjoy watching the Lannisters be cut down by the Dothraki hoard. Deep down, he still cares deeply for Jaime. He doesn’t want to watch his brother die.Courtesy of HBOThe drama peaks right at the end of the episode, after Bronn, fires the dragon-killing arrow at Drogon. (No! If Drogon dies, I will NOT BE OK.) Fortunately, it only hit his shoulder. He can’t fly right now, but it looks like he’ll live. Then, as Daenerys is trying to pull the arrow out of her dragon, Jaime sees his chance to win the war once and for all. He charges at Daenerys, as Tyrion futilely begs him to run. It’s funny. The Lannister army fired a weapon from The Hobbit, then Tyrion paraphrased a line from The Fellowship of the Ring. Only instead of “Fly, you fools,” it’s “Flee, you idiot.”  When you run out of George R.R. Martin books to adapt, why not pull from the other fantasy author with two R’s in his name? As Jaime charges towards Daenerys, Drogon prepares to roast him alive. Jaime is seemingly pushed out of the way by Bronn, and ends up in the water. The final shot of the episode is Jaime sinking to the bottom.What? Is he dead? Is that how he dies? That armor is heavy, and one of his hands is made of metal. That can’t be easy to swim in. Jaime is also conspicuously absent from the preview of next week’s episode. No. I refuse to believe that that’s how he dies. He’ll survive this, only to die a more gruesome death later, either at the hands of Daenerys or Cersei, depending on what he does after he’s pulled from the water. It would be completely unlike the show to kill off one of its most important characters this way. It’s not a fitting resolution to his story, and it makes no sense for him to be spared dragon fire only to drown to death. He’ll be back. While I’m sure Jaime is not dead, don’t be surprised if the show makes us wait a while before we see him again. Game of Thrones likes to torture us like that.Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (Credit: Macall B. Polay/HBO)“The Spoils of War” was a high point for the season. Not only did we see its most spectacular battle yet, for the rest of the episode, but we also had some much-needed time to breathe. It took its time, letting the slower moments live and giving some attention to the smaller family stories. This episode gave the audience everything we wanted: Stark reunions, Littlefinger being called out, Arya being the coolest, and a fight with a dragon. Of course, after all that catharsis, there’s probably a lot of trouble ahead for our favorite characters. Most likely, the writers are giving us a break before they stress us out all over again. Game of Thrones likes to play with our emotions like that.Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey. ‘Game of Thrones’ Director Explains Why Arya Ambushed the Night King’Game of Thrones’ Star Sophie Turner Predicts Sansa Stark’s Future Stay on targetlast_img read more

Newly identified selfcloning lizard found in Vietnam

first_img Citation: Newly identified self-cloning lizard found in Vietnam (2010, November 11) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2010-11-newly-self-cloning-lizard-vietnam.html (PhysOrg.com) — Scientists have just discovered that a small lizard, long known as a restaurant food item in southeastern Vietnam, is an all-female species that reproduces through “cloning” itself. © 2010 PhysOrg.com Image credit: L. Lee Grismer. Scientists discover four new gecko species This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. The lizard, Leiolepis ngovantrii, was found by Ngo Van Tri from the Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology and classified by L. Lee Grismer, a herpetologist from La Sierra University in Riverside, California. The species was previously unknown to science, even though it has been eaten in the Mekong Delta region as long as anyone can remember.Ngo first found the lizard at a restaurant in Ba Ria-Vung Tau Province, where live specimens were being kept in a tank. Ngo noticed all the individuals looked identical, and sent photographs to his colleague Grismer and his PhD student son Jesse. The Grismers identified the lizard as probably belonging to the Leiolepis genus, but in this genus males and females have different coloration, and the photographs showed only males. This made them suspect the new species consisted only of females.The Grismers flew to Ho Chi Minh City and telephoned the restaurant to ask them to keep the lizards alive until they could get there eight hours later. By the time they arrived the “crazy guy” restaurant owner had got drunk and sold them all, but the scientists found more specimens at other restaurants, and were aided by local school children to find more in the wild. They found nearly 70 of the lizards altogether, and all were females.The findings, published in the journal ZOOTAXA, also identified unique rows of enlarged scales on its forelimbs and bone layers (lamellae) under their toes. Grismer said the species, which lives in a transition zone between coastal sand dunes and scrub, may be a hybrid of two related species of maternal and paternal lizards that thrive in the separate habitats.Genetic testing of mitochondrial DNA has identified the maternal species as L. guttata, but the paternal species is not yet known. (Mitochondrial DNA is passed down only through females.)The newly described species is not the only one that reproduces through cloning, since around one percent of lizard species reproduce with no contribution from males, by a process known as parthenogenesis (from the Greek for virgin birth). In this process the ovum contains a full complement of chromosomes and develops into an embryo without being fertilized. Parthenogenesis also occurs, but rarely, in fish and invertebrates, especially insects such as aphids, and has been artificially induced in mice and other species.The Leiolepis ngovantrii species is not rare in the area in which it was found, but some herpetologists such as Charles Cole of the American Museum of Natural History in New York, think as a hybrid species it may be more prone to extinction because of the reduced genetic variation from one generation to the next. Cole said unisexual species do not generally survive as long as other species of lizards, but they can be healthier in the short term. More information: ZOOTAXA paper (PDF): www.mapress.com/zootaxa/2010/f/z02433p061f.pdf Explore furtherlast_img read more

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first_img Technology | Mammography Reporting Software | June 12, 2019 Three Palm Software Releases WorkstationOne Version 1.8.8 Three Palm Software announced the release of the 1.8.8 version of its breast imaging workstation, WorkstationOne. This… read more News | Digital Pathology | July 16, 2019 Paige Announces Clinical-grade Artificial Intelligence in Pathology July 16, 2019 — Computational pathology… read more News | October 20, 2009 GE to Launch Decision Support Pilot at Intermountain Related Content Pseudocolor accentuated CT scan image of a liver tumor. Image courtesy of Lucence Diagnostics. 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Developed with Intermountain Healthcare and drawing on its three decades of clinical informatics experience, this computerized decision support solution helps doctors focus on making treatment decisions based on best practices – thereby helping to improve patient outcomes and efficiency in the clinic, ultimately helping to reduce costs. The pilot launches at Intermountain in November and GE will unveil the full solution at the March meeting of the Healthcare Information Management and Systems Society (HIMSS). Driven by technology that enables advanced decision support through collaborations with leading medical institutions, including Intermountain Healthcare and Mayo Clinic, the solution enables even the smallest and most remote healthcare organizations and clinicians to evaluate their current approach to patient care against constantly evolving clinical practice standards. The end result is that patients everywhere may benefit from current treatment options. Prior to this development, the flow of information from “bench to bedside” through traditional means of medical journal publication, continuing education classes and symposia, could take upwards of 17 years1. “Using information technology and data to help clinicians and hospitals provide excellent and efficient care is a cornerstone of GE’s healthymagination initiative to help increase quality and access to healthcare while aiding cost reduction,” said Vishal Wanchoo, president and CEO of GE Healthcare IT. “This decision support solution gives doctors the information they need at their finger tips, as they need it, to aid in making informed treatment decisions. Connecting them to proven, research-driven decision support can help improve patient care and save time and money.” This technology provides customers with the ability to evaluate patient care against quality measures such as those identified by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) for a variety of health conditions. Once these practices are made available within the system, they can be shared across the health system, enabling community hospitals access to the same evidence-based practices as the world’s largest institutions and academic medical centers. This technology is designed to enable real-time clinical review by capturing vital data from electronic medical records for many patients within a hospital unit on a single screen that signals variation from accepted practice standards, which can cost hospitals and patients both time and money — and sometimes lives. 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Former Toronto Mayor Ford undergoes surgery to remove tumor

first_img 4 must play golf courses in Arizona Arizona families, Arizona farms: A legacy of tradition embracing animal care and comfort through modern technology Comments   Share   Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility Sponsored Stories Jacobs said doctors consider the procedure to be a success.Ford, now a city councilman, is in “some pain,” Jacobs said, and still has a long recovery ahead of him.Ford, whose admitted drug and alcohol abuse and outrageous behavior earned him international notoriety, was forced out of his mayoral re-election bid last September when doctors discovered his rare, aggressive malignant liposarcoma. He ran successfully for his old city council seat instead.Copyright © The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. New Valley school lets students pick career-path academiescenter_img Milstead says best way to stop wrong-way incidents is driving sober TORONTO (AP) — Doctors have removed a cancerous tumor from former Toronto Mayor Rob Ford’s abdomen and he has regained consciousness after an intensive surgery that kept him under anesthesia for about 10 hours, his chief of staff said late Monday.“There were no new growths, the cancer had not spread beyond what they were already aware of, and they were able to remove all the existing growths without causing damage to any internal structures,” Dan Jacobs said in an email. Men’s health affects baby’s health too Top Stories Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter shows health improvementlast_img read more

First Foundation Bank Partners With Fiserv for Digital Solutions

first_img in Headlines, journal, News January 20, 2018 790 Views First Foundation Bank Partners With Fiserv for Digital Solutions Fiserv, Inc., a global provider of financial services technology solutions, has announced that First Foundation Bank, based in Irvine, California, has extended and expanded its relationship with Fiserv to meet the growing technological needs of its diverse customer base. First Foundation Bank is a subsidiary of First Foundation Inc., a financial services company that provides personal banking, business banking, and private wealth management services. The bank serves personal clients as well as a broad range of commercial clients, including many in multifamily real estate.First Foundation Bank will add a set of advanced digital offerings and continue its long-term relationship with Fiserv for use of the Precision core account processing platform. The added digital offerings include ArchitectTM, a comprehensive system that will support the bank’s multi-generational retail clients, and Commercial CenterSM, which will provide an integrated delivery system to scale high-demand commercial banking services. First Foundation Bank selected these solutions for their technical capacity, integration capability, mobile delivery options, and ability to help minimize risk and counter fraud.“Our organization is growing quickly, and one of our largest markets is California, where expectations for dynamic technology are incredibly high,” said Jami DeHaven, SVP, Enterprise Delivery Services, First Foundation Bank. “Our existing relationship with Fiserv gave us the confidence to partner with them to build a comprehensive framework to deliver an experience that exceeds our clients’ expectations while enabling our people to do their jobs efficiently and manage change during rapid growth.”The added digital solutions are part of a broader initiative at the bank to build a highly integrated enterprise services framework that will streamline both the customer and employee experience. The bank’s multifamily lending solution, LendingLink, will be a key part of this framework. In addition, First Foundation Bank engaged Fiserv to design an intranet service portal to manage internal collaboration and leverage dynamic forms and data delivery services to automate a wide range of internal, client-facing processes.“First Foundation Bank and Fiserv have developed a strategic relationship that benefits both the bank and its customers,” said Todd Horvath, President, Bank Solutions, Fiserv. “Teams at Fiserv and the bank have worked side by side on a number of projects that support the bank’s ongoing transformation. We understand First Foundation Bank’s vision and our team is committed to supporting the evolving needs of the bank as it continues to grow.”center_img Company News First Foundation Bank Fiserv 2018-01-20 David Wharton Sharelast_img read more

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It’ll also give you the opportunity to experience both sides of large cities such as Cape Town, where the busy commercial centre sits alongside some of the most deprived neighbourhoods in the world, as well as working alongside locals to help struggling communities. center_img RelatedTop 10 most environmentally pure countriesWorried about the world around you? Us too, and while we want to discover every corner of it, we also want to make sure we’re travelling responsibly. These destinations have sustainability at their core and while the European countries may be leading the way in green tourism, we’ve found a…Nature Holidays in World’s 10 Greenest CountriesNature Holidays in World’s 10 Greenest CountriesTravel on the Cheap: Working HolidaysTravel on the Cheap: Working Holidays 1. Conservation work in Costa RicaCosta Rica has perhaps the largest number and variety of species in the world. It’s a country that has risen out of poverty over the past 60 years and developed a highly profitable and expanding tourist trade… at the detriment of its vast rainforests and delicate eco-system. To tackle this, the country relies heavily on ‘eco-tourism’ that combats pollution brought by visitors and turns their experience into something mutually beneficial. Summer volunteer projects allow you to get deeply involved in the amazing jungle, marine and volcanic habitats here, researching and monitoring rare species from primates to turtles. Programmes such as Project Abroad and Frontier offer the chance to not only work closely with Costa Rican wildlife, but you can also gain vocational qualifications and contribute to protecting the natural environment. Credit: Barney Moss, CC BY 2.0.10. 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