Previous ArticleVodafone plays down NB-IoT interoperability concernsNext ArticleSamsung Pay gains Bixby voice controls LG Uplus phases out 2G Tags LG Uplus taps Nokia to boost 5G indoor coverage AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore 05 JUN 2017 LG UplusSouth KoreaVodafone Group HomeAsiaNews LG Uplus, Vodafone sign partnership deal Related South Korea-based operator LG Uplus will receive advice covering its domestic consumer and enterprise businesses from Vodafone Group as part of a strategic agreement between the pair.In a joint statement, the operators revealed they are also teaming up to provide enterprise services to multinational companies with a presence in Korea. In addition, Vodafone will provide guidance to LG Uplus regarding its network strategy and developments designed to strengthen its position.Vodafone partner markets chief executive Diego Massidda said: “Our new partnership will enable LG Uplus to benefit from Vodafone expertise and experience, in addition to access to our global enterprise products and services.”Youngsoo Kwon, chief executive for LG Uplus added: “Close cooperation will enable us to streamline and improve our existing business performance and pioneer new areas.”LG Uplus was founded in 2010 and is the third largest operator in South Korea with 11.4 million connections at end Q1 2017, according to GSMA Intelligence estimates. Chris Donkin Author Asia Chris joined the Mobile World Live team in November 2016 having previously worked at a number of UK media outlets including Trinity Mirror, The Press Association and UK telecoms publication Mobile News. After spending 10 years in journalism, he moved… Read more LG Uplus credits 5G for gains
JACKSON, Miss. – Sergio Garcia delivered two key shots on the back nine, the last one an 8-iron to 30 inches on the final hole for birdie and a one-shot victory in the Sanderson Farms Championship. Garcia closed with a 5-under 67 and won for the 10th consecutive year worldwide, and the first time on the PGA Tour since the 2017 Masters. Peter Malnati, whose lone PGA Tour victory came at this tournament five years ago, closed with a career-best 63 and waited nearly two hours to see if it would hold up. It almost did. Garcia was two shots behind when he hit 5-wood on the par-5 14th that narrowly cleared a bunker, hitting in the top collar, onto the fringe and rolling out to just inside 4 feet for eagle to tie for the lead. He had to save par from a bunker with a 5-foot putt on the 15th after a poor tee shot, and then he delivered the winner with a big tee shot on the 18th and an 8-iron from 171 yards. Garcia immediately began walking after the shot, and it dropped down next to the hole and settled right behind it. Golf Central Watch: Garcia’s clutch approach sets up winner BY Brentley Romine — October 4, 2020 at 7:20 PM Sergio Garcia stuck his approach shot at the par-4 18th hole to set up a winning 2-foot birdie putt to win the Sanderson Farms Championship. Closing his eyes right before the stroke, a habit he returned to this week, he made it and clenched his fist with a grin not seen on the 40-year-old Spaniard lately. One week after falling out of the top 50 in the world for the first time since 2011, Garcia won for the 11th time on the PGA Tour and the 31st time worldwide. He finished at 19-under 269. Sanderson Farms Championship: Full-field scores | Full coverage J.T. Poston, who started the final round in a three-way tie with Garcia and Cameron Davis of Australia, was one shot behind when he missed the 16th fairway to the right, went into a bunker and failed to save par. He finished with two pars for a 70 to finish alone in third. Davis had three bogeys on the front nine and was never a factor, closing with a 72.
Taipei Times:Pet owners have long been encouraged to think that they are happier, healthier and live longer than people without pets, but a new US study claims they might be barking up the wrong tree.Howard Herzog, a professor of psychology at Western Carolina University, says studies conducted in the past to determine whether having a pet improves health and longevity have “produced a mishmash of conflicting results.”“While pets are undoubtedly good for some people, there is presently insufficient evidence to support the contention that pet owners are healthier or happier or that they live longer” than people without pets, Herzog wrote in the August issue of Current Directions in Psychological Science.Read more: Taipei Times More of our Members in the Media >
With a weight of 530 tonnes, the crawler crane was disassembled, packed and coonsolidated by Bati’s project team reducing the number of consignments to 48 items and 1,675 ³ .The crawler cranes, together with all the rigging equipment were transported from the factory in Gebze to the port on 35 standard low beds, with the 45 km journey taking just under two days.The loading operation was carefully planned with crane owners and Bati project staff present at the loading at all times.www.batinakliyat.com.trwww.projectcargonetwork.comThe crawler cranes, together with all the rigging equipment were transported from the factory in Gebze to the port on 35 standard low beds, with the 45 km journey taking just under two days.The loading operation was carefully planned with crane owners and Bati project staff present at the loading at all times.www.batinakliyat.com.trwww.projectcargonetwork.com
Eritrea confirms four more COVID-19 cases Somalia confirms 19 new COVID-19 cases Togo confirms first COVID-19 case File photo: Tottenham’s Dele Alli celebrates after scoring his side’s second goal during the English League Cup quarter final soccer match between Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur at the Emirates stadium in London, Wednesday, Dec. 19, 2018. (AP Photo/Frank Augstein).Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Dele Alli will miss the Premier League restart after being suspended for a match by the Football Association on Thursday, having been found guilty of misconduct after mocking the novel coronavirus outbreak.Alli, 24, was charged with breaching FA Rule E3 (1) after posting a video on social media of himself at an airport wearing a mask and apparently mocking a man of Asian appearance.The FA said Alli was also fined 50,000 pounds ($63,280.00 and must undertake a face-to-face education course after he was found guilty by a independent regulatory commission.Britain has the second-highest death toll in the world from the pandemic, reaching over 41,000 as of Tuesday, behind only the United States.In a separate statement released by Spurs, Alli has apologised for his behaviour.“It was an extremely poorly judged joke about a virus that has now affected us more than we could ever have imagined,” he said.“I’m grateful that the FA has confirmed that my actions were not racist because I despise racism of any kind. We all need to be mindful of the words and actions we use and how they can be perceived by others.”England international Alli has been thriving in an advanced role under new Spurs manager Jose Mourinho, having scored seven goals across all competitions since the Portuguese coach took charge in November.He will now miss Tottenham’s first match back, the visit of Champions League qualification rivals Manchester United on June 19.($1 = 0.7901 pounds)Related
The center said giant pacific octopuses usually lay a clutch of between 20,000 to 80,000 eggs, from which about 1 percent of the young survive in the wild. Success rates are even lower in captivity due to hatchlings’ fragility. For about a year, the hatchlings will remain afloat, translucent except for their large eyes and the colored spots of their chromatophores — cells that octopuses can open and close to change color. Gilligan, the eldest female giant Pacific octopus at the ASLC began laying her eggs May 2017. About 2 weeks ago ASLC aquarists noticed tiny cephalopods floating around the tank. Gilligan encourages them to hatch by blowing water from her mantle onto the egg bundles. ASLC Aquarium Curator, Richard Hocking, expects all the eggs to hatch by the end of May. FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The Alaska SeaLife Center in Seward is getting a shot at raising thousands of octopus hatchlings. The center’s octopus named Gilligan, has raised about 100 eggs into hatchlings with more to come. Gilligan is around 30 pounds (13 kilograms) now, but weighed about 50 pounds (22.6 kilograms) when she laid her eggs. Gilligan, her eggs, and the hatchlings are on public display in the SeaLife Center’s “Octopus Grotto” exhibit.
Dortmund, though, would prefer to keep him in Germany for at least another season and feel that the player would benefit from another year in the Bundesliga.Sancho has scored nine goals and recorded 11 assists for Dortmund in all competitions this season with his side second in the league table, level on points with first place Bayern Munich. The 18-year-old has been linked with moves away from the Bundesliga after his performances have caught the eye of a number of clubs.The Independent report that United are prepared to pay more than £80million this summer to secure Sancho. Jadon Sancho has starred for Dortmund this season Oxlade-Chamberlain suffers another setback as Klopp confirms serious injury BEST OF LATEST FOOTBALL NEWS REVEALED Every time Ally McCoist lost it on air in 2019, including funny XI reactions Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won Jadon Sancho is reportedly one of Manchester United’s main transfer targets for the summer.The England international has developed into one of the brightest prospects around Europe at Borussia Dortmund. Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade 2 no dice REVEALED Sancho has nine goals and 11 assists for Dortmund this season MONEY Forbes list reveals how much Mayweather, Ronaldo and Messi earned this decade ADVICE RANKED huge blow 2 Ronaldo warned Lukaku how hard scoring goals in Serie A would be before Inter move Son ban confirmed as Tottenham fail with appeal to overturn red card One player who the Red Devils have been linked with, and now unlikely to move for, is Barcelona’s Philippe Coutinho, according to the Independent.Intermediaries have reportedly contacted the club but United do not feel they need to prioritise his position.
There’s a company in Russia called Promobot that is making ROBOT CLONES of real people.Seriously. They can make a robot that looks pretty realistically like ANYONE. And the robots also have an artificial intelligence system that allows them to talk and interact, too.The robots cost $20,000 to $50,000, depending on how detailed you want them. And the company says it’s already gotten a few orders.Before you spend your money though, you should know these robots can’t WALK. But their faces, necks, and torsos can move.The people behind Promobot say that these robots offer people, quote, “Digital immortality.” Fannnntastic.(CNBC / Futurism)
13 July 2007South Africa performed steadily in the World Bank’s latest Worldwide Governance Indicators report, showing improvements in all but one of the categories.The 2007 report, the sixth of its kind, covers 212 countries and territories, building on research on the importance of governance and its impact on development from 1996 to 2006.The indicators measure voice and accountability, political stability and absence of major violence and terror, government effectiveness, regulatory quality, rule of law, and control of corruption.The lowest reading on South Africa’s report is that of 44% for political stability, though it has been steadily rising from a low of 13% in 1996. The highest score is almost 77% in the effective governance category, just shy of the 78% high set in 1998.Though performance in the control on corruption category, at 71% is down from the 1996 high of 76%, South Africa’s performance has been on the increase since 2003.The best performer for South Africa over the decade has been the regulatory quality category, which has risen from 51% in 1996 to 70% in 2006. It has also risen by almost 4% over the past year.The only category where South Africa’s performance declined was in the voice and accountability category, which slipped from 71% in 2005 to 67% in 2006.Percentage rankings indicate the percentage of countries worldwide that rate below the selected country, so a higher value indicates better governance ratings.‘Significant improvements’ in AfricaA statement issued by the World Banks states that “significant improvements” have been made over the past decade in Africa, particularly in countries like Niger, Sierra Leone, Angola, Democratic Republic of Congo, Liberia, Tanzania and Rwanda.Though the report’s co-author and the World Bank Institute’s director of global governance, Daniel Kaufmann, said this was hopeful news, he acknowledged that there was no evidence that governance in the world at large improved markedly over the past decade and that results varied.“The good news is that some countries, including some of the poorest ones in Africa, are deciding to move forward, and are showing to the world that it is possible to make substantial inroads in improving governance over a relatively short period of time – in less than a decade,” he said.Kaufmann states that such improvements in governance are critical for aid effectiveness and for sustained long-run economic growth.“Bribery around the world is estimated at about US$1-trillion, and the burden of corruption falls disproportionately on the bottom billion people living in extreme poverty,” he said.The report shows that between the period 1998 to 2006, African countries like Kenya, Niger, Sierra Leone have shown marked recent improvements in voice and accountability, while Algeria and Liberia have strengthened their rule of law.Also, countries like Algeria, Angola Libya, Rwanda and Sierra Leone have made improvements in political stability and Tanzania has recorded gains on control of corruption.The report also shows, however, that other African countries still face enormous governance and development challenges, with declines in the governance indicators for Cote d’ Ivoire and Zimbabwe.However, Kaufmann warns that it’s not only developing countries that face governance challenges, stating that new data shows that a number of emerging economies rate better in governance and control of corruption than some rich industrialised economies.SouthAfrica.info reporter Want to use this article in your publication or on your website?See: Using SAinfo material
Aaron HendersonAaron Henderson, LPC, CFI has been promoted to vice president loss prevention and food safety at Penske Logistics. He was formerly the director of loss prevention, a position he’s held since February of 2009. Henderson began his career in loss prevention with Macy’s in 1990 and has held positions with increasing responsibility since that time. He’s also worked with Saks Fifth Avenue and Circuit City during his career. He holds an Associate’s Degree in Sociology with a concentration in Criminal Justice from Coastline Colleges, and also holds his LPC and CFI certifications.Congratulations Aaron! – Sponsor – Information provided by our partners at Loss Prevention Recruiters Stay UpdatedGet critical information for loss prevention professionals, security and retail management delivered right to your inbox. Sign up now