FILE – In this Monday, May, 13, 2019 filer, Canada’s Felix Auger-Aliassime returns the ball to Croatia’s Borna Coric during their match at the Italian Open tennis tournament, in Rome. It’s typically Canadian that Denis Shapovalov, Felix Auger-Aliassime and Bianca Andreescu are each children of immigrants. What’s not typical is that they have all simultaneously broken into the world’s elite ranks of tennis players _ and will all be worth watching when the French Open begins Sunday. (AP Photo/Gregorio Borgia, File)ROME — It’s typically Canadian that Denis Shapovalov, Felix Auger-Aliassime and Bianca Andreescu are each children of immigrants.What’s not typical is that they have simultaneously broken into the world’s elite ranks of tennis players — and will all be worth watching when the French Open begins Sunday.ADVERTISEMENT Cayetano: Senate, Drilon to be blamed for SEA Games mess DA eyes importing ‘galunggong’ anew Auger-Aliassime’s father is from Togo and Andreescu’s parents are from Romania.“I think the great part about Canada is everyone says the people are so nice, the people are so friendly. But I think it’s because everyone comes from somewhere. So we’re just all so accepting,” Shapovalov said.“We all ended up in the same place from different paths and different families. That whole thing as a nation is incredible. We’ve all come our way and now we’re all playing for the same country and we’re all so proud to do it. It’s an incredible story.”Canada’s national training program has played a big role in shaping the players’ games.“They all have their style. They all don’t strike the ball the same,” International Tennis Hall of Fame coach Nick Bollettieri said. “And that means that it’s darn good coaching. Because you coach within the style and mentality of the player.”Andreescu has been out due to an injured shoulder since her title in Miami. But she’s been training at Rafael Nadal’s academy in Spain.“This has been a good period for me because I’m working a lot on my fitness, which is very important for the clay season. So I’m really looking forward to what I can do at the French Open,” she said. “Clay is one of my favorite surfaces.”Shapovalov slept in the basement of Auger-Aliassime’s house during his run in Montreal a couple of years ago and the pair recently went out and watched the latest Avengers film during a tournament in Spain.“We try to hang out as much as possible,” Shapovalov said. “We understand each other so well.”Hockey, however, remains a divisive issue for the pair. That’s because Shapovalov is a Maple Leafs fan while Auger-Aliassime supports the rival Montreal Canadiens. Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Tony Mitchell eager to make up for lost time as NLEX goes back to first-choice import The 20-year-old Shapovalov burst onto the scene a couple of years ago when he upset Rafael Nadal at the Canadian Open. He is now up to No. 23 in the rankings.The 18-year-old Auger-Aliassime’s breakthrough came at the start of this year when he reached the final of the clay-court Rio Open.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSPalace wants Cayetano’s PHISGOC Foundation probed over corruption chargesSPORTSSingapore latest to raise issue on SEA Games food, logisticsThen things really started heating up in March when Andreescu, who is also 18, beat five seeded players when she won the BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells, California , as a wild card entry; and Shapovalov and Auger-Aliassime — as a qualifier — both reached the semifinals of the Miami Open.“I grew up with Felix and Bianca and to see how far we’ve come, to see Bianca lifting up a Masters trophy, my mind is exploding,” Shapovalov said in a recent interview. PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games PLAY LIST 02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games00:50Trending Articles01:06DICT eyeing 4th, 5th telco player in PH – Honasan01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games02:11Trump awards medals to Jon Voight, Alison Krauss LATEST STORIES MOST READ “It’s tough because he’s a Habs fan,” Shapovalov said. “At least we got basketball in common. We got one team in Canada. We’re both Raptors fans.”One more thing all the young Canadians have in common: increasing success on the tennis court.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Duterte wants probe of SEA Games mess “You look at Canada and it’s like, ‘Hockey, hockey, hockey.’ And don’t get me wrong. I love hockey. I love the Toronto Maple Leafs,” Shapovalov said. “But it’s great to see that now people are like, ‘Oh, you can play tennis as well in Canada.’”While Canada has not historically been known as a tennis hotbed, it has produced other top players in recent years. Eugenie Bouchard (2014) and Milos Raonic (2016) were the country’s first two Grand Slam finalists, each at Wimbledon. Daniel Nestor completed a career Grand Slam in doubles in 2008 and Vasek Pospisil won a doubles title at Wimbledon in 2014.“Obviously they’ve inspired us and they’ve paved the way for us,” Shapovalov said. “I feel like every week a Canadian is making noise.”Auger-Aliassime (No. 28) and Andreescu (No. 22) each achieved career-high rankings this week.Shapovalov was born in Israel after his parents moved there from Russia. 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Duterte calls himself, Go, Cayetano ‘the brightest stars’ in PH politics DTI creates Marahuyo, a luxe Filipino fashion brand for global buyers Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Google unveils motion-sensing Pixel 4 PLAY LIST 02:34Google unveils motion-sensing Pixel 401:00PH military destroys thousands of illegal guns, ammo00:50Trending Articles02:11Makabayan bloc defends protesting workers, tells Año to ‘shut up’03:07PH billiards team upbeat about gold medal chances in SEA Games01:38‘Bato’ to be ‘most effective’ CHR head? It’s for public to decide – Gascon02:07Aquino to Filipinos: Stand up vs abuses before you suffer De Lima’s ordeal01:28Ex-President Noynoy Aquino admits contracting pneumonia00:45Aquino agrees with Drilon on SEA games ‘kaldero’ spending issue Becoming his own man MANILA, Philippines–Motolite launched a decisive run late in the fifth set to stop streaking PetroGazz on its track, 22-25, 25-13, 25-16, 16-25, 15-11, Wednesday night in the Premier Volleyball League Open Conference at FilOil Flying V Center.ADVERTISEMENT Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Canadian vaping study details danger from ‘popcorn lung’ chemical Drilon apologizes to BCDA’s Dizon over false claim on designer of P50-M ‘kaldero’ This jewelry designer is also an architect Tots Carlos and Bern Flora joined forces in the endgame to help the Motolite Spikers foil the Angels’ eight-game winning run and at the same fuel their drive to the next round.Isa Molde sparked the run with a crosscourt hit for 8-all before PetroGazz committed two successive errors and Carlos smashing one down through defenders.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGreatest ever?SPORTSFormer PBA import Anthony Grundy passes away at 40SPORTSBecoming his own manFlora then hit high angled shots to make up for Motolite attack errors as the Angels completely wither down the stretch.It was Motolite’s eighth win in 13 matches and revenge of sorts against PetroGazz which won over it in the first round of the eliminations. MOST READ UAAP: Ateneo fends off pesky Adamson to go 9-0 The Angels remained in second place with a 9-3 record. Ethel Booba on SEA Games cauldron: ‘Sulit kung corrupt ang panggatong’ LATEST STORIES Matteo Guidicelli had saved up for Sarah G’s ring since 2014? View comments
Indian captain Virat Kohli has congratulated the England cricket team for their thrilling victory in the World Cup 2019 final at Lord’s on Sunday. While both teams – New Zealand and England fought tooth and nail till the last ball of the Super Over – the hosts emerged winners based on a higher boundary count.Kohli acknowledged the thrill of the final as he tweeted: ‘Great show by both the teams in the #CWC19Finals yesterday. Congratulations @englandcricket.’Great show by both the teams in the #CWC19Finals yesterday. Congratulations @englandcricket.Virat Kohli (@imVkohli) July 15, 2019England ended up on the same score of 241 set by New Zealand in 50 overs after Ben Stokes carried the team with an unbeaten 84 off 98 balls while Jos Buttler made 59.The tied score meant the two teams had to play out a Super Over but even that couldn’t separate the teams and once again both England and New Zealand ended up on the same score of 15.In the end, England prevailed because it hit a total of 26 boundaries – fours and sixes scored across both the 50 overs and the Super Over – compared with New Zealand’s 17, a decision which left Kiwi fans and some cricket pundits unhappy.England were featuring in their fourth 50-over World Cup final and finally managed to get their hands on the trophy without even winning the summit clash. They had suffered defeats in the 1979, 1987 and 1992 finals before this one.Also Read | World Cup 2019: Rohit Sharma, Jasprit Bumrah feature in ICC’s Team of the TournamentAlso Read | England and New Zealand should have been given the World Cup trophy: Cheteshwar Pujaraadvertisement
The government of Canada and the province of Nova Scotia are providing more than $32 million for twinning sections of highways 104 and 125. Minister of Transportation and Public Works, Angus MacIsaac, with Peter MacKay, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Minister of the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency, on behalf of Lawrence Cannon, Minister of Transport, Infrastructure and Communities, today, Feb. 24, announced that their governments have committed, respectively, up to $17 million and $15 million toward twinning close to nine kilometres of the highways, which are part of the National Highway System. “This substantial investment in our roads will mean safer and faster travel for many Nova Scotians,” said Mr. MacIsaac. “With much of the planning work already completed for these sections of highways 104 and 125, the province will be ready to call tenders to begin the improvements as early as fall 2007. “The province looks forward to collaborating with the government of Canada on other strategic highway infrastructure improvement projects in the near future.” Mr. MacKay said upgrading the highways is important. “Highways 104 and 125 are key transportation corridors that connect Nova Scotia to the rest of Canada. Canada’s government is committed to ensuring the safety of Canadians and the efficient movement of goods along this important highway system,” said Mr. MacKay. “Today’s announcement reflects the government’s commitment to enhancing the quality of life of Canadians and to ensuring the economic sustainability of our communities.” The investment will twin a 3.6-kilometre section of Highway 104 from east of New Glasgow to east of Sutherlands River. Work has begun to twin an eight-kilometre section of Highway 104 between New Glasgow and Pine Tree Road. When the projects are finished, Highway 104 will be a four-lane divided highway from the New Brunswick border to Sutherlands River. The funding will help twin a five-kilometre section of Highway 125 from Balls Creek to Sydney River, joining four-lane segments at Balls Creek interchange and Coxheath Road interchange at Sydney River. Financial support is conditional on meeting applicable federal and provincial requirements, including the successful completion of environmental assessments required under the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act. The federal contribution is provided through the Canada Strategic Infrastructure Fund, which supports large-scale infrastructure projects that strengthen areas vital to sustaining economic growth and enhancing quality of life for Canadians.
Steven Spielberg, founder of USC Shoah Foundation – The Institute for Visual History and Education, will present Mellody Hobson and George Lucas with the Institute’s 2016 Ambassador for Humanity Award at the organization’s annual gala, to be held this year in Los Angeles on Dec. 8, 2016.Actor Harrison Ford will be one of the evening’s special guests, with additional guests to be announced. The gala presenting sponsor is The Walt Disney Company, a dedicated supporter of the organization.Mellody & George will be honored for their steadfast commitment to dynamic and innovative humanitarian efforts, and their longtime support of USC Shoah Foundation.Hobson is the president of Ariel Investments. Lucas is one of the world’s most distinguished filmmakers.“Mellody and George are worthy recipients who understand the importance of vigilance and education in countering hatred around the world,” Spielberg said. “We are pleased to recognize them for their remarkable commitment to education and diversity, to visual arts and storytelling and to leveraging technology for humanitarian efforts.”Lucas is a graduate of USC, and both he and Hobson are esteemed leaders and supporters of the university and its diverse community.“Mellody Hobson and George Lucas not only share this university’s passion for education, research, inclusion and diversity, but they also understand the value and importance of preserving and sharing the 54,000 testimonies in USC Shoah Foundation’s Visual History Archive,” said USC President C. L. Max Nikias. “As recipients of the Ambassador for Humanity Award, they join an inspiring group of past honorees whose collective dedication ensures that we keep the flame of memory alive by educating and enlightening future generations.”The Ambassadors for Humanity event is a crucial part of the Institute’s efforts helping to forge partnerships that sustain the organization into the future. The gala raises much-needed general funds to support its educational programs including expansion of the Institute’s award-winning IWitness website, professional development for educators globally, the Center for Advanced Genocide Research, academic conferences, expanding access to the Visual History Archive and testimony preservation, to name a few.“As we see the continuing rise of hatred and racism, the work of the Institute is as important as ever,” said Executive Director Stephen Smith. “We are pleased to honor Mellody and George who embody the Institute’s mission and goals, and have an opportunity to join forces to bring attention and awareness to our mutual educational efforts.”For more information about the gala or to purchase tickets, please call the USC Shoah Foundation Benefit Line at 818-779-4933 or email email@example.com. Donations are tax-deductible to the full extent permitted by law.
WASHINGTON – U.S. homebuilders are feeling more optimistic than they have in nearly two decades.The National Association of Home Builders/Wells Fargo builder sentiment index released Monday rose five points to 74 this month. That’s the highest reading since July of 1999, more than 18 years ago.Readings above 50 indicate more builders see sales conditions as good rather than poor. The index has remained above 60 since September of 2016.The index exceeded the expectations of analysts surveyed by FactSet, who expected a reading of 70.All three components of the index rose in December. The reading gauging builders’ view of single-family home sales rose four points to 81, while the outlook for sales over the next six months ticked up three points to 79. The measure of traffic by prospective buyers jumped eight points to 58.The Commerce Department reported late last month that Americans bought new homes in October at the fastest pace in a decade — a 6.2 per cent monthly increase — reflecting a strong economy but also a worsening shortage of existing homes for sale.New home sales last month rose to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 685,000, the third straight monthly gain and the best sales clip since October 2007.Many buyers are turning to new construction due to an ongoing dearth of existing homes for sale. However, new construction has been unable to keep up with demand.Potential buyers are searching for homes amid a healthy job market with a 4.1 per cent unemployment rate and attractive 30-year mortgage rates that are averaging less than 4 per cent.
LONDON – Largest university in London obtains injunction against student protests.The University of London has obtained a court order banning student protests on its campuses for the next six months after a demonstration against how the university is run resulted in 38 arrests last week.“This is a regrettable but necessary step that we have taken in order to prevent the type of violent and intimidating behaviour that we have seen by protesters at Senate House recently,” said Chris Cobb, Chief Operating Officer and University Secretary, regarding the injunction. Police were brought in to break up a sit-in on Wednesday after which students accused the police of assaulting students.The students’ demands include a halt to privatisation, fair pay for workers and a halt to a controversial plan to close the student union. They are protesting against the way higher education as a whole is controlled they say.The union outlined their stance, “Occupations are a legitimate form of dissent. When our university exploits our staff, shuts down our student union, and are utterly unaccountable to the students and staff that give it life and make it function, students have no choice but to gain leverage in whatever way they can.”Speaking to Anadolu Agency, Michael Chessum, president of the University of London Student union said, “I have myself been thrown to the ground and I’ve witnessed widespread violence form the police, including crutches being kicked away from under someone, a lot of swinging punches, and people being beaten to near unconsciousness during their arrest.”Some 135,090 students (approximately 5% of all UK students) attend one of the University of London’s affiliated schools.
16 April 2011The United Nations mission in Iraq today voiced its deep concern at the recent events that led to the deaths of 34 people at a camp housing Iranian exiles, noting that it has repeatedly urged the Government to refrain from the use of force. The Iraqi military operation on 8 April at Camp Ashraf, located north of Baghdad, also left dozens of people injured. The camp houses an Iranian exile group known as the People’s Mojahedeen of Iran.The mission (UNAMI) has been in close contact with the Iraqi Authorities regarding the incident and carried out a visit to the camp on 13 April, during which it confirmed the number of deaths and injuries. It has noted the Government’s initiative to set up a commission of inquiry and said the commission should be independent and start its work without delay.“UNAMI stands ready to provide documentation resulting from the mission to Ashraf,” the mission stated in a news release, adding that it will continue to assist the Government in the search for a permanent solution to the issues related to the camp in line with international humanitarian and human rights law.The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Navi Pillay, yesterday condemned the operation at Camp Ashraf, saying that there is “no possible excuse” for so many casualties. “There must be a full, independent and transparent inquiry, and any person found responsible for use of excessive force should be prosecuted,” she stated.
A statement released in New York by his spokesman said Mr. Annan deplored all acts of terror and was “deeply disturbed” by the terrible loss of life. “He emphasizes that attacks against civilians violate international and human rights law,” the statement said. Mr. Annan urged the Israeli and Palestinian sides to exercise restraint and to seek a peaceful solution to the ongoing violence.”The Secretary-General is alarmed that escalating violence continues to spread death and misery among both Israelis and Palestinians,” the statement said. “The violence of the recent days demonstrates that there is no alternative to dialogue between the parties to bring an end to the violence and a return to the political process.”
Responding to the invitation of Secretary-General Kofi Annan to sign, ratify or accede to a range of treaties at the World Summit, heads of State began taking action today on the Convention for the Suppression of Acts of Nuclear Terrorism, which first opened for signature this morning.Thirty-five States were expected to sign the nuclear terrorism treaty, which strengthens the global legal framework to combat the scourge, requires the extradition or prosecution of those implicated and encourages the exchange of information and inter-state cooperation.First to sign this morning were Russian President Vladimir Putin, United States President George W. Bush, and French Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin. As of 4:00 p.m. EDT, 17 States had signed the treaty, out of 19 actions overall for the day.Today’s signings continue an initiative begun at the Millennium Summit in 2000 that has since become an annual event for treaties, for which the Secretary-General is depositary, during the opening of each General Assembly.The treaties selected this year, rather than focus on any specific aspect of international law as has been the case in the past, reflect what the Secretary-General calls “the central challenge for the twenty-first century – to fashion a new and broader understanding … of what collective security means.”The treaty signings will continue into this evening.
In Australia, the untapped exploration potential of PNX Metals’ large Northern Territory tenement holding has recently been highlighted by a respected mining analyst as the company seeks to enhance the economics of its flagship Hayes Creek zinc polymetallic project.The company completed a PFS on Hayes Creek, 170 km south of Darwin in the Pine Creek region, in July last year, confirming it to be a robust project generating A$266 million in pre-tax net cashflow over an initial 6.5-year period. But the company is eager to extend the life of the project out beyond 10 years and bolster its financial metrics.To this end, it has been busily drilling a number of promising targets within trucking distance of Hayes Creek in an effort to prove up additional sources of feed.In August, Hartleys analyst Paul Howard visited Hayes Creek and some of the exploration sites, coming away enthused about the region’s gold endowment and the likelihood of exploration success.“While the Hayes Creek plant will produce a polymetallic concentrate that includes sulphide gold, there are numerous free gold mineral deposits and occurrences within the broader area including Cosmo-Howley, Woolwonga, Brocks Creek, Fountain head/Tally-Ho and Goodall with around 2 Moz produced historically,” he wrote in a recent note to clients.“PNX is very excited about the gold opportunities around the broader Fountain Head and Tally Ho area where it acquired tenure in a land swap with Canadian company Kirkland Lake in early 2018. From our field inspections, it is very apparent just how under-explored the region is.”The Banner prospect, which lies about 1.5 km northeast of the historic Fountain Head/Tally Ho pits, is where PNX drilled an impressive 6 m at 39.5 g/t Au from a depth of 54 m in August. The company also drilled beneath the historic pits and looks to have extended the mineralisation, returning results including 16 m at 1.4 g/t Au from surface at Fountain Head and 2 m at 4 g/t Au from 21 m and 5 m at 4 g/t Au from 107 m at Tally Ho.“We eagerly await the results of ongoing drilling around Fountain Head/Tally Ho, as well as Moline, and have been encouraged by the prospectivity, both regionally and within PNX’s ground,” Howard said.The Hayes Creek PFS forecasts an NPV10% of A$133 million, based on net smelter revenue from the sale of zinc and precious metals concentrates. With a low A$58 million of initial capital expenditure, the project is forecast to have a 73% IRR and pay-back period of just 15 months.The proposed development at Hayes Creek is based on a steady state 450,000 t/y processing rate with ore sourced from initial open pit mining operations at Mt Bonnie and subsequent underground mining operations at Iron Blow. In total, approximately 3 Mt of ore are forecast to be processed over a 6.5 year mine life of which 98% is classified as Indicated Mineral Resources and only 2% as Inferred.The PFS assumes construction of a purpose built processing plant with crushing, grinding, and flotation circuits to generate two valuable product streams, a zinc concentrate and a precious metals concentrate. Annual production in concentrates is forecast to be 18,200 t zinc, 14,700 oz gold and 1.4 Moz silver, or 39,100 t of zinc equivalent. The concentrates will be trucked to the Port of Darwin and then shipped to international markets for sale and smelting and refining. The development strategy at Hayes Creek includes the use of existing infrastructure including rail, road, high voltage power lines and water, designed to boost economics and reduce project risk.
I first heard about iRobot’s Scooba 230 back around the time of CES and, being a Roomba user, I was pretty excited. After all, the Scooba floor washing robot was the logical next step for me and any number of Roomba owners, but with it being too big to clean the bathroom, it didn’t make much sense. The Scooba 230, measuring just 6-inches across, solved that problem and promised for a bot that could quietly clean the small spaces that I’d much rather steer clear of.A few weeks ago I did a quick unboxing of the Scooba 230 and discussed some of the basic features of the product. Check out that article for some quick background material if you’d like to get up to speed on iRobot’s cutest product.Essentially the Scooba 230 is a tiny floor washing robot built for getting in hard-to-reach areas. It’s compact and designed to operate in confined spaces (like on the sides of your toilet), while being just as smart as a full-sized Roomba/Scooba. It has all the sensors you’d expect, the most up-to-date iAdapt algorithms (the same found on the Roomba 700), it’s just smaller, and lacks a few features.As for those features it’s missing, they are all logical ones given the circumstances–it doesn’t do scheduling and there is no charging dock. These both have to do with the simple fact that this robot holds a quantity of water. Because it can only run for two cleaning cycles without being refilled there is no reason to have it running on a schedule, and because there is water involved a charging dock could present problems.In addition to these changes, the Scooba also uses a removable battery that is designed to minimize the possibility of water making its way to the connection area. You’d think sealing the battery deep inside would be the best but I’ve talked to iRobot and they are confident this is the right solution. Users just need to really jam the battery into place as it’s a very tight fit.The basic process is that users need to open up both seals of the Scooba (water in and water out), put in some of the iRobot enzymatic cleaner, fill it with water, seal the ends, and start up the bot. Clean, soapy water runs through the bot, cleans the floor, and it then picked up and held in a second chamber. This means you are only cleaning with pure water, not cycling dirty water through the robot. On the bottom the Scooba has no moving parts (aka beater bars) it just has a replaceable bristle plate that scrubs the floor for extra cleaning as well as a squeegee to pick up the water.The cleaning process works well so long as you give the Scooba time to do its job. The water will dissolve away any grime on the floor and the bristles will loosen anything dried on, but anything stuck on might need to be picked up manually. The good news is that the 230 does a surprisingly good job with pet hair so long as you are somewhat diligent about your sweeping (and cleaning the bottom of the device). And of course it has no problems with tight places or finding those bathroom nooks. The issues it has are with large debris.The Scooba takes about 20 minutes to clean a small bathroom (60 sq ft) and 40 for a larger one (120 sq ft). When its done you simply hold it over a drain, let out the dirty water, and the refill the other side. Because you’ll want to do this after every long cycle or two short ones the Scooba has no need for a dock or scheduling.Most bathrooms are small enough that originally I couldn’t see the appeal of the Scooba at first. It’s slow, can’t be scheduled, needs attendance after almost every use, and it’s not cheap. After using it I feel the same way, but could see it being OK for high traffic kitchens, people who are meticulous about their light tiles, and those with larger bathrooms. It’ll work with sealed hardwood floors too, but I’d guess most rooms with hardwood are big enough for a full-sized Scooba. Keep in mind, because there are no moving parts or harsh chemicals, the Scooba can’t clean grout, it can only clean off the surface between your tiles.While aspects of the Scooba 230 are very impressive I do have reservations about it. At $300 it’s not inexpensive so I’d like to see more power and more features, but those were lost in favor of the small size. The 230 needs to be used in combination with a vacuum to be as effective as possible, the battery takes a long time to charge (over 8 hours from what I’ve seen), it requires a lot of user interaction, the battery life is limited, and because there are no moving parts on the bottom debris can collect there and limit the cleaning power. Plus it’s recommended that you use iRobot’s $12 jug of cleaning fluid.The Scooba 230 can handle small room maintenance cleaning but ultimately it seems like a niche product to me. I’m confident that one day iRobot will put out an effective, tiny cleaning robot but the Scooba 230 is a good first try, at best. I love the concept but for now I’d recommend a mop and putting the rest of you money towards a full-sized Roomba to do the sweeping for you.IMG_0970IMG_0970IMG_0969IMG_0967IMG_0964IMG_0963IMG_0962IMG_0961This loaner unit was provided by iRobot.
When HP surprised us with the Spectre Folio earlier this year, we were captivated by its stunning leather-bonded chassis. Little did we know that the true magic of this laptop lies not its beauty but in how it transforms from a clamshell notebook to a tablet.Convertible laptops were rife with problems when they first flooded the market at the turn of the decade. An op-ed penned in 2013 by Laptop Mag Editor in Chief Mark Spoonauer outlined several ways in which 2-in-1s were failing at the time. These intriguing new devices (and touch-screen laptops in general) had poor battery life, the Windows 8 operating system they ran was in an awkward transition phase and customers were forced to pay a premium for their touch-screen displays.Fortunately, most of the issues that once plagued hybrid devices are a thing of the past. Bendback and detachable 2-in-1s are some of the longest-lasting laptops we’ve tested this year, with some devices enduring for more than 10 hours. The price of a flexible, touch-screen laptop has dropped as well: Microsoft’s new Surface Go, a $400 detachable with a high-res display, is an example of a great 2-in-1 value, though the keyboard brings the price to at least $499.The 2-in-1 Design ProblemBut for all the progress PC makers have made to perfect the 2-in-1, the actual design of these products remains a pain point. After years of experimentation, two flavors of convertible laptops emerged: those with a 360-degree hinge and those with a detachable keyboard.AdvertisementBendback 2-in-1s, or laptops with a hinge that rotates 360 degrees, give you the best of a traditional clamshell laptop, but at the expense of the tablet experience. A compelling argument against these devices is that they are simply too large to use as everyday tablets. Even those with smaller displays, like the 11.6-inch Lenovo Flex 6 11, weighs 2.7 pounds. That may not sound hefty, but consider that the 12.3-inch Google Pixel Slate tablet weighs just 1.6 pounds. Another reason these convertible devices don’t live up to the 2-in-1 bill is that they leave their keyboard exposed, making them awkward to hold in tablet mode.Conversely, detachables don’t have the same design annoyances as their 2-in-1 counterparts. While they aren’t as awkward to use as tablets, purchasing a detachable often means sacrificing comfort or performance. The Surface Pro 6, for example, has poor lapability (that is, it’s difficult to use on your lap) because it relies on a flexible, detachable keyboard attachment and metal kickstand. Other renditions of a detachable laptop, like the Surface Book 2, offer a watered-down tablet experience because certain components are housed in their rigid base.How the Spectre Folio Gets It RightThe Spectre Folio, a sort of hybrid between these two approaches, is the closest you’ll get to a full laptop and tablet in one device. To convert the Folio to a tablet, you simply push the top of its display back, which detaches the bottom half of the screen from its thin back panel. You can then slide the bottom toward you until it lies flat against the deck. You can also stop halfway to snap the screen into presentation mode, which is also great for watching movies.When in tablet mode, the Spectre Folio’s keyboard hides safely below the display, while the back of the device remains a flat, soft leather surface. This makes the Folio more comfortable to hold in tablet mode than other detachables. “When we started, we focused on how thin to make the leather,” Kevin Massaro, vice president of consumer product design at HP, told Laptop Mag. “When you go too thin, it has a plasticky feel to it. Through many experiments, we got down to 0.7 millimeters, which was optimal for being thin but also having a plushness to it. Leather is also more comfortable from a heat dissipation standpoint. You could heat leather and aluminum to the same temperature but the leather will feel cooler to the touch.”And because you aren’t actually detaching the display from the base, the Folio offers the same performance and endurance in tablet mode as it does in laptop orientation.Folio CaveatsThere is a learning curve to the Spectre Folio, but once you get the motions down, converting the device from a laptop to a tablet is more convenient than rotating a hinge or pressing down a button and detaching a display. That said, the Spectre Folio isn’t perfect. A 13.3-inch display still makes for an unwieldy tablet. I wouldn’t want to set the device down on one of those tiny trays that airlines expect you to balance your things on. Also, holding the 3.4-pound Spectre Folio in tablet mode for an extended amount of time will make your arms feel sore. In general, laptops with 10-inch to 12-inch displays make for better tablets.A quirk unique to the Folio is that the top half of the device sits on an extra layer of leather, which raises it above the rest of the tablet and puts the display at an angle. This had little to no impact in my day-to-day testing, but it’s still worth noting that the tablet can’t be viewed flat. 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Stansted Airport in Essex has unveiled expansion plans which would see the building of a second runway.Already the third busiest airport in the UK, the multi-million pound project proposed by BAA would help it to cope with the 68 million passengers it is expected to be welcoming every year by 2030.If the development is given the green light, the airport would double in size and, according to BAA, boost the country’s economy by £9 billion.Sir Nigel Rudd, BAA chairman, said: “BAA is proud to reach the significant milestone in the future development of Stansted.”We remain fully committed to building a second runway, a project that is central to government policy in delivering additional runway capacity in the south-east.”This important project will bring huge benefits to the east of England and UK economy and will increase choice and opportunity for millions of business and leisure travellers.”Conservationists have expressed concerns over the project, however, saying it would damage the local community and have a huge impact on the environment.*[BAA]: British Airports AuthorityReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map RelatedPlans unveiled for new T2 building at Heathrow AirportPlans for the £1 billion renovation of Heathrow Airport’s Terminal 2 (T2) have been unveiled to the publicStansted crowned king of low cost travelBritain’s third busiest hub, Stansted Airport, has been named Europe’s central departure point for low cost flights.BAA: ‘Responsible’ Heathrow development must get green lightPlans for a third runway would be contingent on noise levels remaining no higher than in 2002.
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Entertain yourself during delaysWhile we’re yet to open an airport cinema in the UK – Hong Kong wins with its 250-seater IMAX – or indeed anything to rival Singapore Changi Airport’s stunning rooftop pool, there’s a growing range of activities to keep you occupied should your flight be delayed. While you can relax with a manicure or massage at Cloud Spas in Manchester, Birmingham or East Midland airports, Heathrow comes out on top with its landside T5 art gallery, open 365 days a year; a Bradley Smith barbers; and its Be Relax spas. You can even flex your plastic with a spot of personal shopping, which you can collect on your return to the airport or have delivered to your home. Escape Lounge, Manchester AirportLounges offer an oasis of calm amidst the frenetic swirl of an airport, and they’re not the exclusive preserve of premium-ticket travellers. For a £20-40 one-off fee you can buy access to several – and write off most of the cost against your savings on drinks and snacks, which are usually free. Pay-per-visit lounges include Aspire Lounges at airports including Heathrow, Manchester, Newcastle and Edinburgh, or the No 1 Lounges at Edinburgh and Gatwick – where benefits include private resting areas, showers and beauty treatments. Visit the website of your nearest airport to find out what’s on offer.Alternatively, buy cut-price lounge access by downloading the nifty LoungeBuddy app, which lets you browse and book hundreds of lounges on the day or up to two months in advance. Or you can give the gift of lounge access this Christmas in the form of vouchers for No 1 Lounges, with the added bonus of premium security access (see below).Compare flight prices and plan your next trip2. 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RubyBlue Potato Vodkas and LiqueursHeathrow, the UK’s biggest transport hub, is the highest flier when it comes to airside food, with opulent offerings in the form of The Perfectionists’ Café by Heston Blumenthal at Terminal 2, and Gordon Ramsay’s Plane Food at Terminal 5. Pre-order with the Grab app to make your dining experience go without a hitch when you’re pressed for time.Meanwhile, in 2015, Belfast International became the first to set up an airport farmers’ market, supporting Northern Irish producers by selling handmade food and drink such as Hughes Craft Distillery’s RubyBlue fruit liqueurs and potato vodkas, and Kearney Blue cheese by Farmview Dairies.Hip London coffee and cocktail chain Grind has also recently announced its plans to launch a series of café bars in airports across the UK and Europe, so keep your smartphone on standby for some ‘grammable latte art.4. 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Work to link the divided island’s power grids appears to be progressing, in line with a deal struck between Greek and Turkish Cypriot leaders on confidence building measures.Electricity company EAC official Costas Gavrielides said they were working on the two lines, which could act as the links between the grids.The first was located in Orounta, west of Nicosia, where maintenance has been completed. The other link was in Athalassa, Nicosia. Maintenance work on this line continued and was expected to be finished soon.The decision to link the two grids was taken in May as part of a series of measures to build confidence between the Greek and Turkish Cypriot communities.The two communities had co-operated in this area twice in the past, in 2006 and most recently in 2011.This last time was in the wake of naval base explosion in July 2011, which incapacitated the Republic’s biggest power station.In the aftermath the government sought assistance from Turkish Cypriots as it struggled to deal with rolling power cuts.They were later disconnected as there was no protection from overloads.It was the other way round in 2006, when Turkish Cypriots experienced problems with production.However, on these previous occasions time the grids had been hastily connected. Now, they were being upgraded and would be safer.Gavrielides said the link could also offer other technical benefits, like increased stability of the system on both sides.So far, only the two links were on the cards though there was a possibility for a third in the Famagusta area, which could not be done at present due to technical reasons that were not specified.Gavrielides said the EAC was ready to implement any decision made by the state. You May LikeIcePopMan Notices A Strange Hole In This Lake, So He Gets A Drone, Flies It Inside And Captures ThisIcePopUndoLivestlyChip And Joanna’s $18M Mansion Is Perfect, But It’s The Backyard Everyone Is Talking AboutLivestlyUndoYahoo SearchYou’ve Never Seen Luxury Like This On A Cruise Ship. Search Luxury Mediterranean CruisesYahoo SearchUndo Pensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoCruise passenger airlifted to Paphos hospitalUndoRemand for pair in alleged property fraud (Updated)Undoby Taboolaby Taboola
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