MPC Container Ships to Use CTL Payout for Scrubber Retrofits

first_imgzoomIllustration; Source: Pixabay under CC0 Creative Commons license Norwegian shipowner MPC Container Ships (MPCC) is looking to finance new scrubber retrofits with the insurance payout of a recent constructive total loss (CTL).Following a grounding incident in September 2018, CTL was declared for the company’s container vessel AS Fortuna in early April 2019 after a detailed inspection.The 1,345 TEU ship ran aground on Guayaquil, Ecuador while crossing Del Morro Channel when it suffered a total blackout due to a failure in the engineering department. It was exposed to strong waves unit being refloated in late September.The constructive total loss and the subsequent sale of AS Fortuna have opened a window of opportunity for the company to finance vessel retrofits as it received a total of USD 8.3 million following the incident. The amount includes net insurance proceeds of USD 6.5 million and USD 1.8 million received from the sale of the damaged vessel.MPC Container Ships revealed that it would use to funds, together with an 8.7 million equity injection, to install scrubbers on 5 bond security vessels at a total cost of around USD 17 million.The company further explained that, based on a case-by-case asset analysis, it envisaged 10 scrubber installations in 2019, while it is preparing to run all other vessels (a total of 58) on compliant fuel.MPC Container Ships said that the scrubbers installations are set to be completed no later than January 31, 2020last_img read more


Yusuf Releases New Song For Charity

first_imgYusuf Islam has released a new song for charity.Video: He Was Alone – Yusuf/Cat Stevens #YouAreNotAlone“I’ve just returned from a visit to southern Turkey and a camp on the Turkish/Syrian border in Gaziantep,” said the singer. “People here have lost their homes and are waiting for peace to return, but the children still remain bright and hopeful. The visit was much appreciated and they sang for me. A beautiful human experience.“I have written a song dedicated to a child of the road which will be released together with a video for charity next month: ‘He Was Alone’. My hope is to open people’s hearts to the sadness experienced by thousands of young souls whose voices are not heard in the clamour created by the politicians and the media in the midst of the refugee crisis, generated by the wars and conflicts blazing through their homelands.”Yusuf will also be performing a special concert for his charity, Small Kindness, in London on June 14. More info and tickets are available here.last_img read more


Another sports name bites the dust but there is more work to

first_imgAccording to Principal Tom Havey, it’s a name that’s been used since the 1940’s. The intent was to promote the sports teams colour.Starting in September, the name will change to the Arnprior Rapids, something Havey’s been wanting to see for quite some time.“With my own reading and my conversations with my own staff, both about the name itself and about the findings of the Truth and Reconciliation Commissions report,” said Harvey. “Our feeling was that it was time for us to make a change.”That’s something that McGill University in Montréal may soon be looking at as well.The university sent a statement to APTN and a change may be coming soon.“The precise origin of the Redmen name at McGill is uncertain, there is a clear connection to the red and white worn by our athletes for generations, but we are also sensitive to the fact that the term “redmen” has less benign and potentially concerning connotations.”On June 21, National Aboriginal Day, McGill’s Taskforce on Indigenous Studies and Indigenous Education will release its final report and according to the statement “it is likely that the Report will include a recommendation to consider the name of our men’s’ Varsity sports teams the Redmen.”That’s something Lynne Courchene Allard, who is a member of Sagkeeng First Nation in Manitoba applauds.She said as a mother of three young children, First Nations people are clearly targetted like no other.“It upsets me because there’s no other group of people that would have this happening to them,” said Courchene Allard. “And no one would say anything, there would be a big massive outcry.”When Courchene Allard and her husband John Paul Allard saw a children’s hockey team, wearing a logo resembling what the Chicago Blackhawks wear, along with the team name, Copper Cliff Redmen, they were shocked.“We thought what sort of message is this sending to young impressionable minds to the value of First Nations people and their place in modern society,” she said. “So we made the decision to contact the team to reach out to them and see if they’d be open into maybe sort of changing the name to a less offensive, we felt and they weren’t responsive to that.”Last December, they filed an Ontario human rights complaint against the Ministry of Education to have the ministry of education show leadership on this issue and ask school boards to implement a ban of images, which have been shown to, through research to increase stereotypes for first nations people.That case is headed to mediation in September.According to Allard, the complaint is gaining support. The Six Nations elected council has signed a resolution and seven other chiefs have written support.Renowned architect Douglas Cardinal said they can add his name to the list.“I think that we all have to stand up against this kind of discrimination and this type of belittling that can only affect our children because we have to protect our children from this kind, these kinds of attitudes,” said Cardinal.Cleveland Indians mascot Chief WahooCardinal has filed complaints with both the federal and provincial human rights commissions.His issue is that the use of the Cleveland Indian’s baseball club’s name and the Chief Wahoo logo be banned from use in Ontario. Cardinal wants a ban on the use of the branding of the team by Major League Baseball and Rogers Communications, which owns the Rogers Centre and the Toronto Blue Jays, and broadcasts Blue Jays games.“I felt that in a sense First Nations have to deal with racism every day and its always in your face and so, why should it be in the face of everybody and myself when I’m trying to watch a game like that,” he said.The Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario said it will hear the complaint, but in its decision, released last week, the tribunal said it would consider deferring any hearing while it waits to see what will happen with a similar complaint at the federal level with the Canadian Human Rights Commission.afrancis@aptn.ca Annette FrancisAPTN National NewsSeventeen-year-old Nick Edge has always been a big supporter of the school spirit at Arnprior High School. That’s why when the call came out for volunteers to form a re-branding committee to change the sports team name “Arnprior Redmen,” he jumped at it.It’s a legacy he wanted to be a part of.“It was offensive to the Aboriginal people of Canada and it wasn’t just that,” Edge told APTN. “It didn’t relate to all the students in the school because it ends with men, and there are women in the school as well.”last_img read more


Most actively traded companies on the TSX

first_imgSome of the most active companies traded Tuesday on the Toronto Stock Exchange:Toronto Stock Exchange (15,616.36, up 26.97 points)First Quantum Minerals Ltd. (TSX:FM). Miner. Down $2.54, or 12.37 per cent, to $18.00 on 9.5 million shares.Aurora Cannabis Inc. (TSX:ACB). Healthcare. Down 50 cents, or 4.63 per cent, to $10.30 on 8.6 million shares.Bombardier Inc. (TSX:BBD.B). Aerospace, rail equipment. Down four cents, or 1.06 per cent, to $3.73 on 6.7 million shares.Aimia Inc. (TSX:AIM). Loyalty programs. Down nine cents, or 4.50 per cent, to $1.91 on 5.9 million shares.Neovasc Inc. (TSX:NVC). Medical devices. Down 1.5 cents, or 9.38 per cent, to 14.5 cents on 5.4 million shares.Birchcliff Energy Ltd. (TSX:BIR). Oil and gas. Up 27 cents, or 8.21 per cent, to $3.56 on 5.2 million shares.Companies reporting major news:Alimentation Couche-Tard Inc. (TSX:ATD.B). Convenience stores. Down $4.11, or 6.45 per cent, to $59.60 on 3.3 million shares. The Quebec-based convenience store retailer says acquisitions and a boost from the U.S. corporate tax cut in the third quarter helped to offset the lingering impact from last fall’s Texas hurricane and lower U.S. fuel profits. The company, which keeps its books in U.S. dollars, said its net earnings attributable to shareholders surged about 62 per cent to $463.9 million.last_img read more


Quebec developer makes formal buyout offer to Transat outbidding Air Canada

Companies in this story: (TSX:AC, TSX:TRZ)The Canadian Press MONTREAL — A Quebec developer who promised a takeover proposal for Transat AT Inc. has made good on his word, outbidding Air Canada in the process.Vincent Chiara of Group Mach Inc. filed a formal offer with the tour operator Thursday.The Montreal real estate heavyweight says he has proposed to acquire all of Transat’s voting shares for $14 each or $527.6 million.Transat began exclusive talks with Air Canada, set to end on June 26, after the country’s largest airline made a bid of $13 per share or about $520 million last month.Transat confirmed Friday it received Chiara’s proposal and said the offer, which would take the publicly held company private, is subject to financing conditions and a due diligence process. The travel company added that Air Canada is expected to complete its own due diligence in order to finalize a definitive agreement, but noted there was no guarantee that one will be reached.Chiara’s rival bid includes trying to convince the Quebec government to finance nearly one-quarter of the purchase. He says he submitted a business plan to Investissement Quebec earlier this month. read more


Target Corporation says Christmas sales could make or break Canadian operation

Whether shoppers warm to Target Canada over the holiday season could determine if the U.S. retailer decides to stick with its current strategy for turning around the performance of its struggling Canadian operations.“We need to get through the fourth quarter and assess how the business progresses,” Target Corp. chief financial officer John Mulligan said Wednesday in a conference call with the media.“From that point on (we will) assess where we are and what we think the long term is.”Black Friday deals offered as early as today as Target Corp extends holiday discountsTarget Corp. has more options in Canada than you thinkTarget Corp CEO says every Canadian store ‘has to improve’ as bare shelves continue to plague retailerThe retailer has been trying to recover from a botched entry into Canada that has been hindered by an inventory management system that left shelves empty, and a perception from customers that products are overpriced compared with competitors like Walmart.Target has been trying to improve its reputation and fix some of the problems that have hindered the performance of its 133 stores, which were opened across most of the country starting in March 2013.“While we’ve seen progress in Canada, our results remain unacceptable,” Mulligan said. “We need to see a step-change in performance there.”In Target Corp’s latest financial results, the Minneapolis-based company said its Canadian operations — the company’s first international expansion — have improved ahead of the holiday season with changes to its pricing and product assortment.Overall, Target Corp. reported a 3.1% gain in third-quarter profits to beat Wall Street expectations as its U.S. business rebounded from a massive data breach that occurred just before Christmas last year.The results are encouraging as the discount retailer gears up for annual shopping season that begins in late November, when U.S. Thanksgiving is held, and continues through to the New Year period.Target’s previous CEO, Gregg Steinhafel, was ousted in May and replaced in August by former PepsiCo executive Brian Cornell, who has the job of reclaiming the retailer’s image as a purveyor of cheap chic fashions and home decor.Target reported earnings of 55 cents per share, or US$352 million, for the three-month period ended Nov. 1. That compares with 54 cents per share, or $341 million, in the year ago period.The results beat Wall Street expectations. The average estimate of analysts surveyed by Zacks Investment Research was for earnings of 47 cents per share. Target’s revenue rose 2.8% to $17.7 billion. Analysts expected $17.53 billion, according to Zacks.The company posted a 1.2% gain in revenue at stores opened at least a year. That was better than Target’s expected range of unchanged to up 1%. It marked the first increase in that measure since the third quarter of fiscal 2013. read more


3 notes from Urban Meyers press conference after Ohio States first spring

OSU coach Urban Meyer stands on the field during the Fiesta Bowl against Notre Dame on Jan. 1 at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona. OSU won 44-28. Credit: Samantha Hollingshead | Photo EditorIf the temperature eclipsing 70 degrees in Columbus wasn’t enough of a sign that spring is on the doorstep, Ohio State made it clear with the first of its spring practices on Tuesday.After working through drills during the morning, OSU coach Urban Meyer addressed the media at the Woody Hayes Athletic Center.Here are three key takeaways from the coach’s media session.Not quite readyWith the rather quick turnaround from the culmination of the previous season to the beginning of spring workouts and practices, it stands to reason that several players who dealt with injuries during the season or offseason might not be ready for action right away.For the Buckeyes, that number of players is in the double digits.Meyer said 11 players who figure to be significant contributors in 2016 are not yet ready to practice full speed or at all. That number includes OSU’s top three receivers on the depth chart: redshirt sophomore Noah Brown, redshirt senior Corey Smith and junior Curtis Samuel. Meyer said Brown and Smith will not be able to play at all in the spring.The coach said another receiver, redshirt freshman K.J. Hill, can do everything but catch as he deals with a wrist injury.Also absent at the onset of spring practice are two of OSU’s top safeties, juniors Erick Smith and Cam Burrows. Meyer said Burrows will go “a little bit later” in the spring while Erick Smith will not take part in live action but is doing run-throughs. Both safeties were lost for the season midway through 2015.Some of the other banged-up players Meyer mentioned include junior cornerback Damon Webb, who has a “slight muscle strain” but is expected to return after spring break, and redshirt junior defensive end Tyquan Lewis, who is “done” for the spring with a shoulder injury.He also said freshman offensive lineman Tyler Gerald and redshirt freshman linebacker Nick Conner are out for the spring, while redshirt freshman linebacker Justin Hilliard is currently unable to tackle with a bicep injury. Another true freshman, defensive end Malik Barrow, is also out for the spring with a knee injury.Following ZekeOf the 16 starters who departed Columbus shortly after the Fiesta Bowl in January, it is difficult to argue that any is a more potent loss than Ezekiel Elliott.The running back carried the ball for more than 1,800 yards in 2015 and added 23 touchdowns. His blocking ability and passion for the game were also sources of pride that Meyer brought up time and time again throughout last season.Alas, Elliott is awaiting his NFL draft selection in late April, and OSU must move on with finding his replacement.While Meyer said he expects four players to see a significant number of carries in practice and throughout the season, he singled out two as the candidates for the starting job: redshirt senior Bri’onte Dunn and redshirt freshman Mike Weber, with the coach giving the former a slight edge based on seniority.“Bri’onte’s a senior, so I’d like to see him take the first swing. I think the guy behind him is pretty good too, Mike Weber,” Meyer said. “I guess you’d hope that it’d be Bri’onte Dunn taking the first snap of the first game of the season, but I know the kid behind him is pretty good, too.”Dunn carried the ball 15 times for 95 yards and a touchdown in 2015, primarily at the ends of blowouts. Weber did not step on the field due to a torn meniscus before the season, though Meyer often talked of him debuting throughout the year.A pair of H-backs, Samuel and senior Dontre Wilson, are expected to also get reps at running back, Meyer said, though he plans to use both more in a receiver role.“I’d see four guys carrying the ball for us right now in the fall,” Meyer said.Area to monitorDuring spring and summer practice a year ago, Meyer mentioned the offensive and defensive lines as the areas he had the most concern about.Now, he is still keeping a very close eye on one of those units.After losing three of the four starters on the defensive line, including All-American Joey Bosa, coupled with Lewis being out for the spring, Meyer said there could be a lot of movement along the defensive-line depth chart between now and September.Two of the players who Meyer is counting on to step up are yet to even stand on the sideline of a college football game as anything other than a prospective recruit: Nick Bosa and Jonathon Cooper.“D-line is the one where there has to be a year of development. … I think we’re counting on one guy who’s not here yet, Bosa, he’s going to be in the rotation. Cooper, he’s probably going to be in the rotation,” Meyer said.Nick Bosa, the younger brother of Joey, and Cooper were each considered five-star defensive end prospects, with Cooper already arriving on campus as an early enrollee. Bosa is still recovering from an ACL tear he sustained in November. With those two, along with Lewis and redshirt sophomore Sam Hubbard occupying the ends of the line, Meyer said a pair of players who are “going to have to play for us” have been shifted to the interior: redshirt freshmen Jashon Cornell and Dre’Mont Jones.After Tuesday’s drills, there are 13 more spring practices, which are all building toward OSU’s annual spring game. The scrimmage is set to be played at Ohio Stadium on April 16. read more


Man tries to rob 1 from bank in prison bid

first_imgA MAN TRIED to rob a Pennsylvania bank of $1 because he hoped to be sent to a federal prison nearby.Jeffrey McMullen, a 50-year-old regular customer of an AmeriServ bank in the western Pennsylvania town of Northern Cambria, handed notes to two tellers demanding just one dollar, according to a police complaint reported by The Tribune-Democrat of Johnstown.The tellers thought it was a joke, police said. He then spoke with a new accounts employee and repeated he was robbing the bank of one dollar.Police say McMullen apparently wanted to be prosecuted federally so he could be taken to a prison in central Pennsylvania.Last year a man in North Carolina stole a $1 bill from a bank so that he could receive free medical care in jail.McMullen awaits a preliminary hearing.Under terms set by a Northern Cambria district judge, he must undergo a mental evaluation and post $50,000 bail in order to win release from jail.One note given to tellers said: FBI custody. Preferbly (sic) Loretto Pa. No press. Seal all files.Police took that to be a request that McMullen hoped authorities would not publicise his case.The other note said: Federal bank robbery. Please hand over $1.00.Arthritic man robs $1 from bank – so he can get healthcare in jail>last_img read more


Apples Education event iBooks 2 iBooks Author and an iTunes U app

first_imgApple’s Education event is kicking off in a few minutes and Geek.com will be tracking it minute-by-minute. We’ve heard that Apple plans to majorly disrupt the textbook market, though various leaks and commentary over the past few days have questioned just how major of an announcement this will be. Even so, Apple rarely does things like this lightly, so we’ll follow the event and see what turns up. You can track the Education event, as of 10am, in the same way we will be. Some of the liveblogs we’ll be following include: Technologizer, The Verge, Cnet.And the event has started! Phil Schiller is going to kick things off today. He’s starting off with some talk about education: high school isn’t easy, only 70% of people end up graduating, classes sizes are too large, and so on. Classrooms are lacking the technology, some times even the texbooks, that they require. Education, he says, is in the dark ages. The iPad, it turns out, is a great tool for learning. It has over 20,000 education apps built just for it and there are over 1.5 million iPads in use in education today. Today is about two big things. Number one: reinventing the textbook. Textbooks aren’t portable, they aren’t durable, they aren’t searchable, and their not interactive. Plus, they are difficult to update. iBooks 2 is “the next textbook experience for the iPad”.The first demo is of a biology textbook. It’s vibrant, interactive, multitouch-friendly, and interactive. A pinch will bring you right to the tablet of contents, a tap on a term will bring you to the glossary page. There is a search feature too, just like you’d expect, as well as highlighting and the ability to take notes (which can then automatically be turned into study cards). There are image galleries and large, beautiful pictures. There is even an interactive Q&A at the end of chapters.How to get them? The iBook store will have a textbook category. iBooks will update soon and everyone will have access to a free sample. It looks like example used in the demo was by the E. O. Wilson Biodiversity Foundation.iBooks 2 will work on the iPad or iPhone, it’s free, and it will be available today. But how do you create a textbook? you used a Mac application called iBooks Author. Books are built the way you’d work with something like Pages, using drag-and-drop layouts, a WYSIWYG editor, and so forth. Advanced functions can be handled through HTML5 or Javascript. Functions like the glossary are built right in so they don’t have to be formatted manually. It’s even possible to preview the textbooks on your iPad. iBooks Author is free. High school textbooks will be $15 or less. Books can be updated continuously. Major partners include Pearson, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, and McGraw Hill, each of whom will make 90% of their texts available. Some of the texts from McGraw include Algebra I, Biology, Chemistry, and Physics. DK Publishing will offer Dinosaurs, Insects, Mammals, and My Fist ABC.As noted above the EO Wilson Biodiversity Foundation, lead by Harvard biologist EO Wilson is on board as well. Their book will be Life On Earth, and it’s an iBook store exclusive. The first two chapters will be free. (Also, it looks like a Apple Schiller a nice shout out to EO Wilson, who has done some extremely important work in biology, specially in the study of ants. His book “The Ants” written with Bert Holldobler is legendary in the field.)So that was all just the first part of today’s event. Eddy Cue is back to tell the rest of the story. Over 1000 universities use iTunes U. It’s a top free education tool with over 700 million downloads total, mostly of lectures. There will now be an iTunes U app. It’ll be just like iBooks, but for lectures and other iTunes U content. There will also be classroom tie-ins, like offering professor off hours schedules, posting assignments, send out messages to the class, and so on. Lectures can be downloaded or streamed. And it’s not just for universities any more: K-12 institutions can signed up for iTunes U. The iTunes U app is available today and it’s free. That’s it for today! Thanks for reading along.last_img read more


Huskies rally falls short at Nebraska

first_imgLINCOLN, Neb. — Washington kept coming back against Nebraska, but in the end the Huskies couldn’t overcome a flurry of bad breaks in the third quarter of their 51-38 loss to the 11th-ranked Cornhuskers.“I think we could’ve easily cashed it in there when the game was out of hand, and I thought our guys competed for four quarters,” Washington coach Steve Sarkisian said. “I’m proud of them for that. The reality of it is that we had a complete meltdown in the third quarter, where I think we lost our composure a bit and got rattled.”Nebraska (3-0) won the third meeting of the teams in 364 days. Nebraska won 56-21 in Seattle last September but lost 19-7 in a rematch at the Holiday Bowl.“It was like a regular game,” Huskies receiver Jermaine Kearse said. “They won one, we won one. Unfortunately, we didn’t get the last one but we have Pac-12 next week (against California).”The Huskies (2-1), who had their six-game winning streak ended, could have quit after big mistakes allowed Nebraska to quickly increase its 20-17 halftime lead to 34-17.last_img read more


County foreclosures hit lowest point in three years

first_imgFewer Clark County homeowners received foreclosure notices in November than in any month in more than three years, according to a report released Thursday.California-based RealtyTrac Inc. reported just 172 homes in some stage of foreclosure countywide last month, a 45.7 percent decline from the same month a year earlier. In November 2010, 317 houses were in a state of foreclosure, which RealtyTrac defines as housing units in mortgage default, repossession and up for public auction. November foreclosures also dropped 38.4 percent from October.2011 — 1722010 — 3172009 — 2212008 — 2352007 — 172Source: RealtyTrac Inc.Area real estate experts say the decline could have been helped along by everything from a new state law to shifting attitudes among lenders, who are more reluctant to seize homes. Others said the November numbers could be a sign the local housing market is improving. However, most were hesitant to call the one-month drop in foreclosures a lasting trend.“It’s getting better, but it could spike again any time,” said Mike Lamb, a broker with Vancouver-based Windermere.Last month Clark County had the fourth-highest rate of foreclosure among Washington’s 39 counties, slipping from its October ranking of No. 3 in the state.In the last seven years, the fewest monthly notices that were sent came in September 2005, when 41 Clark County houses were in foreclosure, according to RealtyTrac. The highest total was in July 2009, when 629 county houses were in some stage of foreclosure.last_img read more


The best Presidents Day sales and deals

first_imgThis story originally posted on February 14 and has been updated periodically thereafter with additional deals. CNET’s Cheapskate scours the web for great deals on PCs, phones, gadgets and much more. Note that CNET may get a share of revenue from the sale of the products featured on this page. Questions about the Cheapskate blog? Find the answers on our FAQ page. Find more great buys on the CNET Deals page and follow the Cheapskate on Facebook and Twitter! Big TV, small price Sarah Tew/CNET Call it the Vegan version of Blue Apron: Veestro delivers fully cooked, plant-based meals, either a la carte or at regular intervals. On President’s Day you can get 25 percent off any purchase with promo code PRESIDENT.  Comments Preview • HP Spectre Folio: Getting my hands on the leather shell of this luxury laptop Best Buy See It If you own an air conditioner or heat pump that has a remote control, attaching a Sensibo Sky will make it smart. Control it from afar, set timers, use voice commands and more. Between now and Feb. 22, it’s marked $50 off. You know the whole Peloton bike thing with the video classes and real-time performance metrics? FightCamp Gym is kind of like that, with streaming, instructor-led kickboxing classes that play on your TV. The kit includes a full-height punching bag, gloves, wraps, a mat and special sensors to track your punches. Looks like a total blast, and it’s $100 off with promo code PREZ. See It Ding-dong deal Put a boxing gym in your house See at Walmart Sensibo Sky: $99 (save $50) Veestro plant-based meal delivery: Save 25 percent Walmart For a limited time, Amazon has the Amazfit Bip smartwatch in your choice of colors for $67.49. That’s not the all-time best deal I’ve seen, but it’s close — and it’s excellent. Even if you use none of the other features, the notifications alone make this worth having. See who’s calling, read incoming texts, get calendar alerts and more, all without touching your phone.  HP Spectre Folio HP Spectre Folio review Sceptre Read CNET ‘s Amazfit Bip review Smart Home Share your voice See at Nest The Cheapskate Luxe laptop See at Veestro Happy early third-Monday-in-February, everyone! That’s otherwise known as President’s Day, which was originally a federal holiday to honor George Washington’s birthday (February 22), but now folds in Abe Lincoln’s birthday (February 12), too. Sure, it’s a little weird that many stores “celebrate” the day by having sales, but I’ll take a good deal anywhere, anytime. So below I’ve rounded up some of the best President’s Day sales I’ve found, followed by some specific deals we particularly like. Note that CNET may get a share of revenue from the linked stores and the sale of the products featured on this page. Best Buy President’s Day sale (see best deals)Walmart President’s Day sale (see best deals)Dell President’s Day sale (see best deals)Lenovo President’s Day sale (see best deals) A 50-inch TV for $200. I’ll let that sink in for a minute. Granted, it has no smarts to speak of, but with three HDMI inputs, you’ll have no trouble finding room for your favorite streaming stick or box alongside your other sources. CNET hasn’t reviewed this model, but the user reviews — of which there are over 3,100 — average out to an impressive 4.4 stars. Tyler Lizenby/CNET Mentioned Above HP Spectre Foliocenter_img FightCamp Gym: $895 (save $100) $1,278 $1,399 Tired of same-old same-old laptops? HP’s super-thin, super-sexy Spectre gets a little sexier still, thanks to an integrated leather cover, which makes it look like a folio when closed (hence the name). Specs include a Core i7 processor, 8GB of RAM and a 256GB SSD. This model is only a couple of months old, and the price has never been this low. See at Best Buy Sarah Tew/CNET Sceptre 50-inch HDTV: $199.99 (save $150) $1,149 Amazfit Bip smartwatch for $67.49 Our favorite smart doorbell isn’t the cheapest it’s ever been, but you’re still getting it for under $200. Just make sure you have the necessary doorbell wiring, and be prepared to pay a small monthly (or annual) fee for cloud storage. Veestro Best Buy Dell HP See at FightCamp $1,509 Cheap vegan eats delivered Nest Hello review Make your air conditioner smart FightCamp brings home studio boxing to CES 2019 See it See It CNET may get a commission from retail offers. Review • HP Spectre Folio review: A luxury leather laptop for the style-conscious Amazon Best laptops for college students: We’ve got an affordable laptop for every student. Best live TV streaming services: Ditch your cable company but keep the live channels and DVR. HP Spectre Folio Leather 2-in-1 13.3-inch laptop: $1,050 (save $350) See at Amazon 7 Tags See at Sensibo Nest Hello: $199 (save $30)last_img read more


Battle of the big gaming laptops

first_img See it Share your voice Laptops with the best battery life: See the top laptops and 2-in-1 PCs with the longest battery life. Fastest gaming laptops, ranked: All the most-powerful gaming laptops tested in the CNET Labs. More news and reviews for PC and Mac laptops, tablets and desktops.   Video playback battery drain test Razer Blade Pro 17 Far Cry 5 (fps) Note: Longer bars indicate better performance 3DMark Port Royal (RTX) Note: Longer bars indicate better performance 5003 7346 Razer Blade Pro 17 Note: Longer bars indicate better performance Razer Blade Pro 17 934 5953 96 Preview • Razer Blade Pro: the best graphics in a thin laptop for an insane price Note: Longer bars indicate better performance 98 4332 $3,299 Microsoft Windows 10 Home (64-bit); 2.2GHz Intel Core i7-8750H; 32GB DDR4 SDRAM 2,666MHz; 8GB Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 with Max-Q Design; 512GB SSD + 2TB HDD Origin PC Evo 16-S Origin PC Evo 16-S 3DMark Time Spy Razer Blade Pro 17 7606 23251 Origin PC Evo 16-S Note: Longer bars indicate better performance Tags 4548 4954 5 Razer Blade Pro 17center_img 321 Origin PC Evo 16-S Best laptops for college students: We’ve got an affordable laptop for every student. Best live TV streaming services: Ditch your cable company but keep the live channels and DVR. Origin PC Evo 16-S Razer Blade Pro 17 Comments Note: Longer bars indicate better performance Review • Razer Blade Pro review: Which organs can you live without? Origin PC Evo 16-S 18682 Razer Blade Pro 17 Razer Blade Pro 17 Note: Longer bars indicate better performance Geekbench 4 (multicore) System Configurations Razer Blade Pro 17 3DMark Fire Strike Ultra PCMark 10 Pro Edition 1241 Microsoft Windows 10 Home (64-bit); 2.6GHz Intel Core i7-9750H; 16GB DDR4 SDRAM 2,667MHz; 8GB Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 with Max-Q Design; 512GB SSD Origin PC Evo 16-S CNET may get a commission from retail offers. Cinebench R15 CPU This is less of a pure head-to-head than a comparison between two laptops that share plenty of similarities but also have a lot of differences. One is sleeker, but it’s also more expensive and less configurable. The other has a keyboard, touchpad and other built-in features that you’ll never love, but is much more configurable and potentially less expensive if you pick your parts wisely.  See the Blade Pro at RazerSee the Evo16-S at Origin PC The 16-inch Origin PC Evo16-S. Sarah Tew/CNET Some gaming laptops go for heft and size, hitting us up with more power than any (current) game needs. The Alienware Area-51m and Origin PC Eon17-X comes to mind, as does the upcoming Asus Mothership. Others go for portability, sacrificing screen size and muscle for a smaller footprint, like the Dell G5 15. But what if we could get the best of both worlds? A gaming laptop that was reasonably slim and portable, but also powerful, and with a screen larger than 15 inches? I’ve seen a few systems like that, such as the Asus Zephyrus, and recently I’ve had a chance to spend some extended time with two others, the updated 2019 version of the 17-inch Razer Blade Pro and the also-updated 16-inch Origin PC Evo16-S. Both are powered by Nvidia’s latest RTX 2080 Max-Q graphics cards, both have a 2.6GHz Intel Core i7-9750H GPU, and both are very, very expensive. Note that both are also configurable, so you can buy them with an array of different components, and that’s one of our first 04-razer-blade-proThe 17-inch Razer Blade Pro. Sarah Tew/CNET CustomizationAs currently configured (and built-to-order PCs can change price frequently, depending on component supply), the Evo16-S is $2,835. I originally assumed that didn’t include the snazzy custom lid promoting the upcoming video game Control, but Origin PC tells me you can indeed get that lid art for that price. The system starts at around $1,800, and between graphics, processors and storage options, there are dozens of different possible configurations. Some lid design options can run $150-$250 extra, but every one I’ve seen looks great, with an automotive-like color finish or intricate design.  The Razer Blade Pro offers only three configurations, each with a different GPU, from $2,499 for an Nvidia RTX 2060 to $2,799 for the RTX 2070 Max-Q to $3,199 for our test unit with the RTX 2080 MAx-Q. All three models have 16GB of RAM and a 512GB SSD. One thing you can’t change on either one right now is the display. Both have a 1,920×1,080 144Hz non-touch display. Razer’s looks better, and it’s one inch larger (measured diagonally), but the Origin PC’s screen bezel is much thinner than on some of the company’s previous laptops. DesignMaking gaming laptops is a tough, capital-intensive business. Even more so if you want them to look nice. Razer is one of the only relatively new names in the laptop game that came in with completely new, custom-designed hardware. It’s been high-design from day one and has only improved with each generation. The current 17-inch Blade Pro is a big step over the previous model, with a tinnier screen bezel, smaller footprint and (finally!) a touch pad in the right spot, under the space bar. Compare that to the Evo16-S, which isn’t nearly as slick and modern-looking. That’s because nearly every small to midsize boutique gaming PC builder creates their laptops from the same small collection of premade bodies, often from companies like Clevo. The machines get spruced up with overclocked components, custom lids and software and hardware tweaks, but they’re almost always stuck with stock keyboards, touchpads and displays, which are never fantastic. But the Evo16-S does have one extra trick up its off-the-shelf sleeve. The company has been innovating in custom colors and paintjobs on its desktops and laptops for years. This unit had a custom graphic from an upcoming game called Control, and it looked amazing, with rich colors, edge-to-edge coverage. These custom graphics add a lot to the cost, though. And it’s a bold move tying your $3,000 laptop’s identity to game that hasn’t even been released yet. razer-blade-pro-17-2019-12Gaming on the Blade Pro. Sarah Tew/CNET PerformanceSame GPU, same CPU, some differences in RAM and storage. It should be no surprise that the performance scores for both these laptops were similar. The Razer was faster in some tests, the Origin PC was faster in others. In most cases, they were in the same ballpark.  Razer Blade Pro Computers Laptops Gaming Origin PC Evo 16-S 304 Origin PC Evo 16-S Mentioned Above Razer Blade Pro 5841 Note: Longer bars indicate better performance Asus Dell Intel Nvidia Razerlast_img read more


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first_img 00:00 /50:26 Listen X center_img To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: On Tuesday’s Houston Matters: A Houston-area school district says a financial emergency is prompting layoffs. We learn more about Crosby ISD’s mounting financial problems.Then, companies are burning off a lot of gas in West Texas. News 88.7’s Travis Bubenik explains why some companies say they’d rather not have to “flare” gas, as it’s called.Also this hour: Over the last couple of months, we’ve interviewed candidates in some key Congressional races in the region, but we don’t have time between now and November to cover all the other races. So, we turn to a couple of experts to summarize some of them for us: News 88.7’s politics and government reporter Andrew Schneider and political analyst Brandon Rottinghaus from the University of Houston and co-host of Houston Public Media’s Party Politics podcast.Then, having survived rape and attempted murder, Houston writer Lacy M. Johnson meditates on what justice should look like — both for herself and for the world as a whole. She takes on the topic in her new book, The Reckonings.And we get some pointers on how to improve your public speaking from a local world champion speaker and an area debate coach.We offer a daily podcast here, on iTunes, Stitcher and other podcasting apps. This article is part of the Houston Matters podcast Sharelast_img read more


Run color blindness tests on your websites

first_imgRun color blindness tests on your websites by Martin Brinkmann on March 02, 2017 in Development, Misc – Last Update: January 04, 2018 – 8 commentsColor blindness affects a large percentage of the population. Studies have shown that up to 8% of males and 0.5% of females of Northern European heritage are affected by red-green color blindness for instance. The ability to distinguish between colors gets worse with age as well.As a webmaster, you may want to make sure that your site is accessible to visitors with color blindness, or difficulties distinguishing certain color patterns.This gives those users a better experience on your site, and may prevent part of them from insta-closing the site when they run into accessibility issues.Color blindness browser extensionsProbably the best way of checking your websites quickly when it comes to accessibility for color blind visitors is to use a browser extension. Some sites and services may require more than that, but the extensions should be fine for the majority of webmasters out there.RGBlind for Firefox or ChromeRGBlind is a simple extension. It adds an icon to the main Firefox (or Chrome) toolbar on installation that you can click on to switch between two color blindness simulation modes.You may switch to test Protanopia or Deuteranopia, and will notice that the color scheme of the site you are on changes immediately once you make a selection. The difference between the two forms is that in protanopia, the red retinal photoreceptors are missing, whereas in deuteranopia, it is the green photoreceptors that are missing.Basically, what the test does is simulate color blindness, so that you can see how a color blind person would see the website.Dalton for ChromeDalton for Chrome adds tests for eight different types of color blindness to the browser. Simple navigate to the website that you want to check for accesibility, click on the extension icon, and select one of the available types (Achromatomaly, Achromatopsia, Tritanomaly, Tritanopia, Deuteranomaly, Deuteranopia, Protanomaly, Protanopia)The extension pains the colors of the site accordingly, so that you can verify what works, and what does not.You need to click on each type separately to test them all. An option to rotate through all types automatically would be useful, but is not provided.Colorblinding for ChromeAnother browser extension for Google Chrome that you may use to test a site#s accessibility for the color blind.It works almost identical to Dalton above: click on the icon, select one of the available types, and watch as the site’s color scheme gets modified accordingly by the extension. Supports the same eight types as Dalton.Closing WordsColorblind test extensions for Firefox and Chrome are helpful to webmasters and designers, as it allows them to test a site’s or design’s accessibility. The extensions are easy to use, and it should not take longer than a couple of minutes to run initial tests to find out how well, or not, the site displays for visitors affected by the various types of color blindness.Now You: are you color blind? Are there many sites out there that don’t show up correctly for you?SummaryArticle NameRun color blindness tests on your websitesDescriptionFind out how to run color blindness tests on your websites or designs, to make sure they are accessible by people affected by the various types of color blindness.Author Martin BrinkmannPublisher Ghacks Technology NewsLogo Advertisementlast_img read more


Home Prices Not Coming Down Anytime Soon

first_imgHome Prices Not Coming Down Anytime Soon June 6, 2017 525 Views The CoreLogic Home Price Index (HPI) and HPI Forecast for April 2017 was released Tuesday showing home prices up both in year-over-year and month-over-month. The CoreLogic HPI Forecast is a projection of home prices using the CoreLogic HPI and other economic variables. Values are derived from forecasts from a state-level by weighting indices according to the number of owner-occupied households from each state.According to the CoreLogic HPI, prices nationwide, including distressed sales, increased by 6.9 percent year-over-year. Month-over-month sales increased by 1.6 percent in April 2017 compared to March 2017.“Mortgage rates in April dipped back to their lowest level since November of last year, spurring home-buying activity,” said Dr. Frank Nothaft, Chief Economist for CoreLogic. “In some metro areas, there has been a bidding frenzy as multiple contracts are placed on a single home. This has led home-price growth to outpace rent gains. Nationally, home prices were up 6.9 percent over the last year, while rent growth for single-family rental homes recorded a 3 percent rise through April, according to the CoreLogic Single-Family Rental Index.”Home prices are predicted to increase by 5.1 percent on a year-over-year basis from April 2017 to April 2018 according to the forecast. On a month-over-month basis, home prices are expected to increase by 0.7 percent from April 2017 to May 2017.“Interest rates on fixed-rate mortgages are down by one-fourth of a percentage point since mid-March, just in time to support the spring home-buying season,” said Frank Martell, President and CEO of CoreLogic. “Some metro areas have low for-sale inventory, short time-on-market trends and homes that sell above the list price. Geographically, gains were strongest in the West with Washington and Utah posting double-digit gains.”Washington had the largest change in home prices, coming in at 12 percent HPI change year-over-year. At -3.9 percent, Wyoming’s home prices went down in the month of April. in Daily Dose, Data, Featured, Newscenter_img CoreLogic HPI HPI Forecast 2017-06-06 Brianna Gilpin Sharelast_img read more


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Indore Bhopal and Chandigarh the cities that secured top three positions in the survey the official said Modi will also inaugurate the state government’s urban transport scheme named ‘Sutra Seva’ at Indore’s Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium This economical bus service – ‘Sutra Seva: MP Ki Apni Bus’ – is being introduced in 20 selected cities of the state The Urban Development and Housing Department will make the bus service available inside and outside the cities under the Atal Mission for Rejuvenation and Urban Transformation (AMRUT) scheme through private partnership In the first phase of ‘Sutra Seva’ 127 buses will start plying in four municipal corporation cities – Bhopal Indore Jabalpur and Chhindwara – and in two municipal council towns – Guna and Bhind the official said The ‘griha pravesh’ (house warming ceremony) of all 100219 beneficiaries of the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana will be performed simultaneously across the state The prime minister will also dedicate 23 development projects 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