Indian women in sports

first_imgWomen in SportsHockey: The gold medal at Manchester has put Suraj Lata Devi’s squad on the world map.Shooting: With a clutch of seven medals, women have made a breach in Jaspal Rana’s territory.Weightlifting: Though Kunjarani Devi cleared her name, the women lifted way below world standards.Athletics: Recent achievements in Manchester,Women in Sports Hockey: The gold medal at Manchester has put Suraj Lata Devi’s squad on the world map.Shooting: With a clutch of seven medals, women have made a breach in Jaspal Rana’s territory.Weightlifting: Though Kunjarani Devi cleared her name, the women lifted way below world standards.Athletics: Recent achievements in Manchester and Colombo do not make up for the vacuum in the field.last_img read more

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Sachin Tendulkar doesn’t praise me very often, it’s special when he does: Krunal Pandya

first_imgMumbai Indians have the nack of peaking during the business-end of the Indian Premier League. Last  season, when they were crowned champions, was filled with nail-biting finishes as MI won seven out of their last eight league games to sneak through to the playoffs. (Full Coverage |Points Table)MUMBAI, KRUNAL PEAKING AT THE RIGHT TIME!This season has followed a similar script for Rohit Sharma & Co. They started slowly and picked pace mid-season and had to win two in two when they took on the high-flying Delhi Daredevils at their new home Visakhapatnam yesterday. And their 25-year-old all-rounder Krunal Pandya, who was in the shadows of his brother Hardik for a long time, unleashed himself against a quality DD bowling attack. Riding on a solid platform set by Mumbai openers Rohit Sharma and Martin Guptill, Krunal, who was promoted to bat at No. 3, set the stadium on fire right from the word go. The left-handed batsman smoked a 37-ball 86 before coming back to haunt Delhi with the ball. His all-round effort ensured that Mumbai had humbled Delhi and stayed in contention for the playoff spot. BLESSED TO BE MENTORED BY TENDULKARHowever, Krunal, who is ticking all the right boxes now, rues not getting enough appreciation from his team’s mentor Sachin Tendulkar. “It doesn’t happen often. I can approach him anytime if I need any suggestion, which helps the team morale,” Krunal told mumbaiindians.com Krunal also said he was blessed to have the batting legend around in their dressing room. “I feel really blessed that he is a part of Mumbai Indians when I am playing. It seriously feels amazing. The respect and knowledge which he possesses is crucial for our team,” he said. (Also read: Rohit Sharma credits ‘fearless’ Krunal Pandya for keeping Mumbai in the hunt) advertisementPONTING’S MASTERSTROKEKrunal revealed it was coach Ricky Ponting’s decision to promote him in the batting order. The left-hander said the Aussie great had asked him to go and express himself. Boy, didn’t he do that well?”It was Ricky’s decision; I was padded up actually when Rohit got out. Ricky told me I am going in next and to go there and express myself, you play the way you play. It came out good.””He was really happy with the way I played and the way I executed my shots,” Krunal added.NEVER THOUGHT OF A HUNDREDKrunal said he was not disappointed after falling 14 runs short of his maiden IPL ton and added that the triple-figure was never in his mind during the innings.  “No not disappointed. I don’t think of myself when I am playing, whether am bowling or batting. I just think of the team. There was no pressure as such that I had to score a hundred, I was just going after the bowling.”last_img read more

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Required 8 coaches each with men, womens teams: HI to IOA

first_imgNew Delhi, Jun 22 (PTI) Hockey India president Narinder Batra today shot off a letter to the IOA top brass, asking the sports body to allow eight coaching and support staff each for the men and womens national teams at the Rio Olympics. “Hockey Indian stands firm that eight coaching and support staff with each men and women hockey teams (total 16 coaching and support staff) are required to accompany each of the teams,” Batra wrote in his missive. The letter has been addressed to Indian Olympic Association president N Ramachandran and secretary general Rajeev Mehta. “The matter of number of coaching and support staff accompanying each of the mens and womens teams has been addressed by Hockey India in its various correspondence to IOA. We request to utilise the permitted allocation of accreditation in the best interest of the athletes and by not doing so, IOA will be undermining all the preparations and hard work of the athletes,” Batra wrote. Batra warned that if the IOA does any sort of compromise then it will be held responsible for the teamss showing at the Rio Games. “If the IOA indulges in compromising then Hockey India will assume that the IOA has decided to demoralise the teams even before they have left for Olympic Games and then IOA should be prepared to take moral responsibility in case the teams are not able to give their best performance during the Olympics,” Batra further wrote in the letter. In his response, Rajeev Mehta said that the percentage of accompanying officials cannot be more than 40 per cent of the total athletes qualified. “The percentage of accompanying officials cannot be more than 40 per cent of the total athletes qualified but the names we have received from each of the National Sports Federations (NSFs) is far more,” wrote Mehta. He has also urged all the NSFs to send the final list of the accompanying officials (maximum 40%) to the IOA by June 24. PTI AH CM CMadvertisementlast_img read more

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Apple will only use Intel modems for its 2018 iPhones: Qualcomm

first_imgMany reports have speculated in the past and Qualcomm has now confirmed it – Apple will not be using Qualcomm modems for its next generation iPhones and will instead go with Intel as its exclusive supplier. On Wednesday, the US chipmaker told CNET that it does not expect to supply modems for any upcoming iPhone. This comes just a couple of days after Ookla’s Speedtest and Qualcomm claimed based on millions of test that Android phones with Qualcomm modems have faster download speeds compared to iPhones with Intel modems.Qualcomm told CNET this week that Apple’s 2018 iPhones will not have modems from Qualcomm. “We believe Apple intends to solely use our competitor’s modems rather than our modems in its next iPhone release,” George Davis, Qualcomm’s Financial Chief said during an earnings call with industry analysts. While Davis did not mention Intel explicitly, there’s really no doubt here on who the “competitor” is.This means that all three iPhones expected later this year will sport Intel modems, which may not sound too positive for consumers especially after hearing about the recent Speedtest results. However, Qualcomm’s president Cristiano Amon believes that this does not suggest the company has lost business with Apple forever. He is optimistic that Qualcomm will be a supplier for Apple once again in the future. “This is a very dynamic industry,” he said during the earnings call. “If the opportunity presents itself, I think we will be a supplier of Apple.”Apple’s move to ditch Qualcomm for Intel does not come as a surprise. Both the companies have had a strained relationship off late due to ongoing legal battle regarding patent infringement and royalty disputes. Reports have also been circulating for many months now that Apple will be relying on Intel more for its chip needs. The move will, of course, hurt Qualcomm which has been supplying Apple with chips for many years now, but things may be difficult for Apple as well.advertisementWith tests showing that Intel’s modems are slower than Qualcomm’s, upcoming iPhones may perform slower compared to last year’s iPhones that used a mix of both modems. Additionally, Apple’s decision to rely on a single supplier for chips could make it difficult for Apple to keep up with the demands. This means consumers may have to wait longer than last year to get their hands on an iPhone.ALSO READ: Apple iPhones are slower than Samsung, Google phones in download speedslast_img read more

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Samsung Galaxy A8s now expected to launch a week before Huawei Nova 4

first_imgThere is a fight brewing between Samsung and Huawei on who will come out on top to launch the first smartphone with a punch hole display. Previously, it was expected that the Galaxy A8s would launch in January, leaving Huawei in the clear to launch the Nova 4 in December. It now seems Samsung wants to get out in front by announcing the Galaxy A8s on December 10, a full week earlier than the Nova 4.Huawei sent out invites for the launch of the rumoured Nova 4 with a display hole on December 17. Some fresh reports have now spotted a Samsung invite for a launch event on December 10. The invite shows an outline of what is likely the Galaxy A8s with the much talked about Infinity-O display and a tagline that reads “Realm Galaxy”. The invite clearly shows the small punch hole-style hole on the top left corner that will house a selfie camera.The Infinity-O display that Samsung is working on will offer a hole within the display rather than a traditional notch on the top of the display. This Infinity-O display will first come to the Galaxy A8s before it shows up on the Galaxy S10 flagship. Meanwhile, Huawei is also working on a similar display panel with a hole for the selfie camera, although we are unsure what the company is calling this display. Notably, the LCD panels on both the Galaxy A8s and the Nova 4 are made by BOE.As per past reports, the Galaxy A8s will get a 6.39-inch screen and will be powered by a Snapdragon 710 chipset coupled with up to 6GB of RAM. The Galaxy A8s is also tipped to house a 3,400mAh battery. The Galaxy A8s is also expected to be the second Samsung phone after Galaxy A7 to sport a triple rear camera system. This system is said to include a 25MP + 5MP + 10MP configuration, but the nature of the sensors are still unknown.advertisementALSO READ | Samsung Galaxy A8s full specs leaked ahead of expected January 2019 launchlast_img read more

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Is fair play in running more important than fairness to Caster Semenya as a human?

first_imgWhen she was a girl, growing up in rural South Africa, the runner Caster Semenya would sometimes face a humiliating ritual before a race. She grew accustomed, her coaches once said, to having to retreat to the bathroom with a member of a suspicious rival athletics team and physically show them that she was not a boy. From her childhood, people had gossiped about her body; by the time she had begun competing internationally she must have been used to the whispers, the open stares in changing rooms. Madeleine Pape ‘Athletics is the one arena in which a body for which she has been so cruelly ridiculed worked gloriously in Caster Semenya’s favour.’ Photograph: Cameron Spencer/Getty Images All her life she has been portrayed as a freak, an anomaly of nature undeserving of her gold medals. And as if having her femaleness constantly questioned wasn’t enough, as a black South African athlete and a lesbian she attracts more than her share of kneejerk prejudice. To argue that this Olympic athlete has somehow had it easy because of her biology feels grotesque, in the circumstances. But nothing about this case is simple.This week Semenya lost a landmark battle to be allowed to compete in the body she was born with, when an International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) ruling that she must take medication to lower her testosterone levels if she wanted to race in women’s events was upheld. Semenya is widely understood to have been born with intersex traits, meaning she produces unusually high levels, for a woman, of the hormone that boosts strength and speed.Nobody knows for sure how having to dope herself would affect her performance, but over the distances she runs, a few seconds is the difference between coming first and last – and that leaves her with an extraordinarily painful choice to make. The race she ran in Doha on Friday night was almost certainly her last chance to compete as what the legendary tennis player Billie Jean King called “her authentic self”. Whether or not this week’s ruling was the right decision for her sport, more broadly, on an individual human level, it feels disturbing. How could anyone emerge unscarred by such an excruciatingly public repudiation of her body and identity? And how must it feel, for anyone who identifies with her particularly contested status, to watch this unfold? Caster Semenya Share via Email And this, arguably, is only the beginning. Semenya’s case is, strictly speaking, separate from that of whether trans women should compete in women’s sport, since it revolves around how far testosterone drives performance. For trans female athletes, whose hormone levels will have already been lowered by transitioning, the debate centres more on whether some advantages linger on from years of living in a body flooded with male hormones.But both are different expressions of the same basic problem, which is that sport relies on strict binary divisions between men and women to create a level playing field. Yet society is drifting away from them, thanks not only to the shifting sands of gender identity but to greater medical understanding. There have almost certainly been elite sportswomen in the past with naturally sky-high testosterone levels that we simply didn’t know about. Semenya’s bad luck – and in some ways that of the experts asked to pass judgment on her – was to be born into a generation equipped with a more sophisticated but still incomplete scientific understanding of body chemistry, and vast anxiety about what it all means. Suddenly, sport’s sexual sorting hat is throwing up confused answers, and untangling them is a job for ethicists as much as for doctors. Share on WhatsApp comment Olympic Games Semenya’s case has now seemingly run its legal course, but the debate it started has not. Letting an athlete compete with too much of an inbuilt biological advantage feels unfair to their rivals; stopping someone competing as the woman she naturally is feels monumentally unfair to her. There is no way of resolving the moral dilemma without someone ending up wronged. And while this time it has seemingly been resolved by backing the welfare of a majority over the welfare of one individual, that indisputably leaves a nasty taste in the mouth. Running is so very clearly what Semenya excels at, athletics the one arena in which a body for which she has been so cruelly ridiculed worked gloriously in her favour. If fair play has in any sense been restored to athletics, it’s hard to shake the sense that something important has been lost.• Gaby Hinsliff is a Guardian columnist Pinterest Semenya loses landmark legal case against IAAF over testosterone levels Topics Share on Facebook Share on LinkedIn Support The Guardian Twitter Pinterest … we have a small favour to ask. More people are reading and supporting The Guardian’s independent, investigative journalism than ever before. And unlike many new organisations, we have chosen an approach that allows us to keep our journalism accessible to all, regardless of where they live or what they can afford. But we need your ongoing support to keep working as we do.The Guardian will engage with the most critical issues of our time – from the escalating climate catastrophe to widespread inequality to the influence of big tech on our lives. At a time when factual information is a necessity, we believe that each of us, around the world, deserves access to accurate reporting with integrity at its heart.Our editorial independence means we set our own agenda and voice our own opinions. Guardian journalism is free from commercial and political bias and not influenced by billionaire owners or shareholders. This means we can give a voice to those less heard, explore where others turn away, and rigorously challenge those in power.We need your support to keep delivering quality journalism, to maintain our openness and to protect our precious independence. Every reader contribution, big or small, is so valuable. Support The Guardian from as little as $1 – and it only takes a minute. Thank you. Facebook Gender Read more Share on Messenger Since you’re here… Twitter Athletics Read more Opinion Share on Pinterest Facebook I was sore about losing to Caster Semenya. But this decision against her is wrong Share on Twitter Reuse this content IAAF For many of the athletes she has been beating for years, not to mention those anxious to keep politics out of sport, this argument doubtless feels intensely frustrating and unfair. The blunt truth is that without sex segregation in sport, women would never win medals, and segregation can only work if there is an agreed definition of what makes someone biologically male or female. There is no room on the track for the grey areas and blurred lines increasingly emerging in real life, even if the boundaries created by the IAAF look increasingly crude and artificial by comparison.And in theory at least, saying that Semenya can’t race in women’s events as her natural self shouldn’t be taken as implying that she is not a woman. Sport is sport, not the whole of human existence, with practical requirements peculiar only to itself. Yet, however much athletes wish it to be, sport is not quite so easily separated from the society that invented it or from broader notions of fairness.In the nicest possible way, all Olympians are freakish, capable of things you or I couldn’t do if we trained for a lifetime. But for many, what this case illustrates is the way some anomalies are celebrated and others are not. A swimmer who naturally produces unusually low levels of lactic acid from his pumping muscles or a skier whose body just happens to generate freakishly large numbers of blood cells can still take their rightful place on the podium. But hormones, that most angrily contested aspect of female biology, seemingly fall into a different category.However sound the reasons for treating intersex traits differently from other genetic advantages, women who have been judged on whether they are womanly “enough” – enough to be loved, enough to be socially acceptable, enough to get a job in an industry where male customers like to look at them – may unsurprisingly bristle at the sight of another woman being judged in this way. And that goes double for black women, who have for so long been made to feel that they can’t live up to a white western ideal of female desirability; who have been reminded every time they have flicked through a magazine or browsed a beauty counter that their bodies, their hair, their skin are somehow all wrong. Bodies are battlegrounds, and not just in athletics. South Africa Sport politics ‘Sport relies on strict binary divisions between men and women. Yet society is drifting away from them.’ A rally in support of homosexual and transexual rights in Berlin, 2018. Photograph: Hayoung Jeon/EPAlast_img read more

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Navdeep Saini, Khaleel Ahmed among 4 pacers to assist India in World Cup 2019 preparation

first_imgNavdeep Saini, Khaleel Ahmed among 4 pacers to assist India in World Cup 2019 preparationWorld Cup 2019: 4 high-quality pacers, not part of the India squad, will help the team prepare for the 2019 Cricket World Cup in England.advertisement India Today Web Desk New DelhiApril 16, 2019UPDATED: April 16, 2019 00:24 IST Navdeep Saini and Khaleel were discussed when the selectors met to pick the Indian team for the World Cup. (IANS Photo)HIGHLIGHTSSaini, Khaeel, Avesh and Chahar will help India prepapre for the 2019 Cricket World CupIndia have named only 3 specialist pacers in the squad for the World CupSaini and Khaleel were discussed when the selectors met to pick the Indian team for the World CupPacers Navdeep Saini, Avesh Khan, Khaleel Ahmed and Deepak Chahar will assist the Indian team in their World Cup 2019 preparation. Saini and Khaeel’s names were discussed by the selectors who named a 15-man India squad for the World Cup in England.India named 3 pacers – Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Jasprit Bumrah and Mohammed Shami – in the squad alogside 3 spinners – Yuzvendra Chahal, Ravindra Jadeja and Kuldeep Yadav. Rishbah Pant’s omission raised a few eyebrows but chief selector MSK Prasad said Dinesh Karthik was picked because of his better wicketkeeping skills.There were no real surpises in the Indian team for the World Cup which will be led by Virat Kohli with Rohit Sharma as his captain. As many as 7 players will play a World Cup for the first time in this Indian squad.MSK Prasad, spoke to the media on Monday and said his committee has chosen a well-balanced squad for the World Cup and belived all bases have been covered.”In the team, we have the luxury of 7 bowlers. We have covered all the bases and this is one of the most balanced Indian sides for the World Cup,” Prasad said. “Khaleel and Saini were discussed and they will be around. If the need arises, one of them will go to England,” he said.Navdeep Saini, Khaleel Ahmed and Deepak Chahar are all currently involved in the IPL. While Saini plays for Royal Challengers Bangalore, Khaeel plays for Sunrisers Hyderabad. Deepak Chahar has had an impressive 2019 IPL season for defending champions Chennai Super Kings.advertisementIndian team for the World Cup: Virat Kohli (Captain), Rohit Sharma (vice-captain), Shikhar Dhawan, KL Rahul, Vijay Shankar, MS Dhoni (wicket-keeper), Kedar Jadhav, Dinesh Karthik, Yuzvendra Chahal, Kuldeep Yadav, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Jasprit Bumrah, Hardik Pandya, Ravindra Jadeja, Mohammed ShamiIndia’s World Cup schedule:vs South Africa (June 5)vs Australia (June 9)vs New Zealand (June 13)vs Pakistan (June 16)vs Afghanistan (June 22)vs West Indies (June 27)vs England (June 30)vs Bangladesh (July 2)vs Sri Lanka (July 6)Also Read | India strong contender for World Cup: VVS LaxmanAlso Read | A bit surprised: Sunil Gavaskar on Rishabh Pant omission from World Cup squadFor sports news, updates, live scores and cricket fixtures, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for Sports news, scores and updates.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted bykarishma Tags :Follow ICC Cricket World Cup 2019Follow India world cup squadFollow MSK PrasadFollow Navdeep SainiFollow Khaleel Ahmedlast_img read more

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US Scholarship Opens for Moroccan English Teachers

Rabat – The Moroccan-American Commission for Educational and Cultural Exchange (MACECE) has announced a call for applications for the 2017 Fulbright Foreign Language Teaching Assistantship Program (FLTA).Through the FLTA program, the selected Moroccan English teachers will be placed at universities in the United States for two semesters, during which they will support Arabic language instruction and take two courses.The US scholarship is all-inclusive, covering tuition, transportation, and living expenses. The program is open to public and private school teachers, as well as those in teaching training programs. Applicants must hold a Bachelor’s degree (license) and a minimum score of 80 on the TOEFL iBT.The deadline for applications is July 3, 2017. Applicants are directed to MACECE’s FLTA page for more information.MACECE was established in 1982 as part of an agreement between the Moroccan and United States governments. It currently administers seven exchange programs for Moroccans and four for Americans read more

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Researchers websites infected iPhones with spyware

Researchers say cyberspies exploited security vulnerabilities to plant spyware on Apple iPhones when users merely visited a small group of malware-infected websites.Sensitive data accessed included text messages, photos and real-time location. Security experts are calling the just-announced vulnerability, which Apple fixed in February, the worst yet affecting iPhones.Google security researchers say thousands of iPhone users were exposed over more than two years before Apple issued a patch. They do not say who was behind the cyberespionage but experts say it has the hallmarks of a nation-state effort.Google researcher Ian Beer says in a blog posted late Thursday that the discovery should dispel any notion that it costs a million dollars to successfully hack an iPhone.Apple did not immediately respond to a request for comment.The Associated Press read more

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UN agency reports extensive abuse of refugee children in West Africa

Children are subjected to “extensive” sexual exploitation in refugee camps in Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone, according to an assessment released by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and non-governmental organization Save the Children UK. Much of the abuse is allegedly perpetrated by local staff employed by national and international aid organizations including UNHCR, according to the assessment, which is based on testimony from children in camps gathered during a 40-day mission to the region by a team from the two organizations. While UNHCR makes it clear that the team “was not in a position to verify the allegations” it received, the number of allegations “leaves no doubt that there is a serious problem of sexual exploitation demanding further action.” The information provided to the team has been used to formulate a series of remedial measures by UNHCR to ensure that aid is not used as currency in sexual exploitation. These include increasing the international presence in refugee camps, deploying more female staff, establishing a secure reporting mechanism for raising complaints, identifying the most vulnerable and increasing security for them and ensuring those abused have access to the legal system so violators are prosecuted. read more

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Mayors electric vehicle charging network Source London to go live in spring

Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, has announced that London’s city wide electric vehicle charging network, ‘Source London’, will launch in spring 2011. Source London, which will deliver 1,300 public charging points across London by 2013, is part of the Mayor’s plans for London to become the electric vehicle capital of Europe. The network will create a single visual identity for electric driving across the capital, and allow members to charge their vehicles at any one of these public charging points for no more than an £100 annual membership fee. Currently, electric vehicle drivers have to register in each separate borough they want to use charge points in. In preparation for this new network, a website, www.sourcelondon.net, has also been launched providing a ‘one stop shop’ of information on electric vehicles, including charge point locations across the city.The scheme has been led by Transport for London in close collaboration with the London boroughs and a wide range of private sector partners, who will play a key part in funding and providing locations for the network’s charge points. “Already there are more electric drivers in London than anywhere else in the UK, but we are now entering an incredibly exciting period in electric motoring”, said Mr Johnson, “Major manufacturers are gearing up to launch more affordable, practical electric cars over the next few years, whilst the cost of traditional fuels are making petrol-free driving an increasingly attractive option. By opting for electric in greater numbers, Londoners will also help to cut pollution levels and improve the city’s quality of living”. Transport Secretary, Philip Hammond, said: “We recognise that for many people the car is an essential, not a luxury, and that is why we are prioritising spending on making the UK a world leader in ultra low emission cars. Following the first round of our Plugged-in-Places scheme, cities like London are laying the groundwork for a national charge point network. And thanks to our spending review settlement, which secured over £400m for measures to promote the uptake of electric and ultra-low emission vehicle technologies, more areas will soon be able to join them.”Mr Johnson recently confirmed a 100% discount from the congestion charge for electric drivers in the capital, as well as other low emission vehicles, which offers electric vehicle owners using the zone a potential saving of more than £2000 a year.The aspiration is to have 100,000 electric vehicles on London’s streets as soon as possible. A recent report by HSBC estimates that the global electric vehicle market could be worth £440bn by 2020 with the EU being the biggest market. Work to boost this market in London could help to generate millions of pounds for the UK manufacturing industry, create new jobs and green the UK economy.Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) read more

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Baseball Ohio States bullpen locks down 74 win against Nebraska for first

Ohio State junior catcher Jacob Barnwell tips his cap following a three-run home run against Nebraska Saturday in Bill Davis Stadium. Credit: Mac Connor | Ohio State Athletics.The Nebraska baseball team seemed primed to bust the game wide open in the top of the seventh inning. Having come back from a 4-0 deficit, the Cornhuskers were back within a run at 5-4 with runners on second and third with no outs following a throwing error by Ohio State third baseman Conner Pohl.However, the Ohio State bullpen had other ideas, shutting down the rally and holding Nebraska at four runs to give the Buckeyes (18-8, 1-1 Big Ten) a 7-4 win against the Huskers (14-13, 2-3 Big Ten) Saturday afternoon in Bill Davis Stadium, the first conference win for Ohio State.Ohio State freshman pitcher Griffan Smith entered the game for junior starter Ryan Feltner to face pinch-hitting sophomore Joe Acker in the then-one-run game. Acker chopped a ground ball down the third-base line. Smith gloved it, looked the runner back to third, turned and fired a throw to first for the first out of the inning.Nebraska sophomore left fielder Mojo Hagge flied out with no runners advancing. Senior pitcher Seth Kinker entered the game and finished the inning off by forcing a groundout for the third out.“That’s the highlight of the game for me,” coach Greg Beals said. “You bring a freshman in, and his first series in Big Ten play with runners on second and third and nobody out, and he gets two big outs for us.” Back-to-back singles began Ohio State’s fourth inning, which put runners on the corners with one out for junior designated hitter Nate Romans. Romans failed to deliver, striking out on a low breaking ball from junior Nebraska starter Matt Waldron.Then junior catcher Jacob Barnwell turned on a 2-1 pitch and sent it over the left-field fence for a three-run blast to give Ohio State a 4-0 lead.Hagge led off the game with a double. It took four innings before the Huskers recorded another base hit against Feltner, with freshman right fielder Jaxon Hallmark drilling an RBI triple to score Nebraska’s first run.“[Feltner] left the fastball up there and they got the triple to right-center field,” Beals said. “One pitch he’d like to have back I think.”Feltner struck out the next batter for the second out, and got ahead 0-1 on sophomore Ben Klenke. The following pitch hit the shoulder of home-plate umpire Wayne Harris and ricocheted over the netting behind the plate out of play. Hallmark was given home plate and the score was 4-2.Feltner finished the game allowing just four runs (three earned) over six innings with five hits, two walks and six strikeouts. “Every single out, [Feltner]’s just getting better and better,” Barnwell said. “He’s just got his confidence built up now where no matter what pitch we throw down, he’s gonna execute it where he wants it and get the batter out.”Ohio State sophomore right fielder Dominic Canzone singled and stole a base in the fifth inning. McGowan brought him home with a double, his conference-leading 34th RBI of the season to extend the lead to 5-2.Nebraska first baseman Scott Schreiber responded with his second home run in as many days to make it a 5-3 game.With Ohio State adding two more runs for insurance in the seventh and eighth innings, Kinker hurled the final 2.1 innings of the victory for his fifth save of the season.“[You’ve seen me go to Kinker] earlier than you’d ideally like to,” Beals said. “I thought that was game-winning situation though and I thought we needed to have our best guy out there at that time.In addition to a 3-for-4 day at the plate, McGowan made a pair of key diving plays on ground balls during an all-around strong defensive performance at first. read more

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MIGA says resource nationalism emerging in African mineral investment

first_imgAfrica has been encouraged by World Bank affiliate, the Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency (MIGA), to “stay the course” on mining reform to stem a growing tide of investment uncertainty about development of the continent’s mineral and energy resources. Addressing the first day in Perth of the Paydirt 2008 Africa Downunder Resources Conference, MIGA’s Acting Head, Mamadou Barry, said a number of African countries had successfully engaged in mining reform. As a consequence, they were attracting investment and were being viewed as posing less sovereign risk.“However, Africa needs to stay the course as there is evidence of growing instability, there is a growing list of vulnerable countries,” he said. “In addition, many of these countries face considerable governance challenges and deteriorating business climates. Emerging within this environment is resource nationalism where there is increasing government involvement in mining contract reviews and renegotiations long after an exploration or mining company has entered a country and taken the initial risk.”Barry said the resource nationalism evident during 2008 was being fed by the unprecedented commodities boom of high prices and high demand which had allowed previously ‘high risk’ African mining environments to become ‘attractive’. “As a result of these investors willing to take more risks, host governments have acquired greater leverage to demand more favourable terms as most existing mine contracts in Africa were negotiated during low commodity prices with no allowance for renegotiation.“So we are seeing African governments revisiting old contracts and this presents a new environment in which to manage new risk factors which can help turnaround emerging international perceptions that Africa is posing greater mining risk.”last_img read more

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Good or bad Firefly Online MMO is coming to iOS and Android

first_imgFans of the Firefly series are always looking for new ways to keep their favorite ship sailing, and it looks like a new game coming to iOS and Android might deliver exactly that.News of a Firefly MMO have been whispered and teased across the web for years. When you are making a game with such a fanatical following as Firefly, your odds of survival are slim if you do anything that tarnished the brand. As a result, every couple of years one company tries and shelves the idea shortly after. SparkPlug Games and Fox seem to think they have the right idea now, and now Firefly Online has been announced at the San Diego Comic Con.Outside of the logo and the music from the opening of Serenity, there’s not a ton to go on here. The game is supposedly designed to be a social MMORPG, and based on the quote borrowed from Captain Mal in the teaser video it seems like the goal is to team up with friends to run a ship and complete jobs as a team in the Firefly universe. If that’s what is going to happen here, it would give the game designers some flexibility in ship design and character creation, as well as a wide range of potential conflicts as you travel from world to world for jobs.You can register for an account today, but it looks like the game won’t be officially available until early 2014. We know for sure that the game is being made for Android and iOS initially, but it has also been suggested that other platforms will be considered based on the early response to the game.It may be a little early to dust off your Browncoat uniform (er, your brown coat) and replica pistol, but with any luck this will be the Firefly game fans deserve.last_img read more

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Prime Minister demands immediate answers as forest fires continue to rage in

first_imgPrime Minister demands ‘immediate answers’ as forest fires continue to rage in Portugal Earlier reports had suggested a plane had crashed while attempting to battle the blazes. Tuesday 20 Jun 2017, 5:46 PM By Associated Press http://jrnl.ie/3454806 A firefighting airplane drops its load of water trying to prevent a forest fire from reaching a rural Portuguese village earlier today. Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article 26,105 Views Share376 Tweet Email A firefighting airplane drops its load of water trying to prevent a forest fire from reaching a rural Portuguese village earlier today. Image: Armando Franca AP/PA Imagescenter_img Image: Armando Franca AP/PA Images Source: AP‘Very fast and very explosive’Officials said the blaze was mostly contained, though still burning fiercely.Some firefighting resources were being diverted to Gois, about 20 kilometers from Pedrogao Grande, where almost 800 firefighters and four planes were battling the flames. Commander Vitor Vaz Pinto told reporters said the Gois wildfire was “very fast and very explosive” and had forced the evacuation of 11 hill villages. Jun 20th 2017, 5:46 PM Updated 8.24pmPORTUGAL’S PRIME MINSISTER led calls today to find out why a highway now dubbed the “road of death” — where most of the 64 victims of a giant forest fire perished — had not been blocked off, as questions mounted over the disaster management response.More than 1,000 firefighters were still battling to control the flames which broke out in the central Pedrogao Grande region at the weekend and spread at breakneck speed to neighbouring areas.Prime Minister Antonio Costa sought “immediate explanations” why the national 236 highway “had not been closed to traffic” and why it had been signalled by gendarmes as an alternative route after a nearby road had been sealed off, according to the Lusa national news agency.Forty-seven of the 64 forest fire victims died on the N236 which has been branded the “road of death” or the “road of hell” by the local media.Thirty of them burned to death in their cars, trapped by the flames.False reportsAuthorities had earlier said that a firefighting plane had crashed attempting to extinguish fires in the region.An official with Portugal’s Air Accident Office said a Canadair water-dropping plane has crashed in central Portugal while fighting the wildfires. Maria Jose Andre told The Associated Press that the Civil Protection Agency, which is overseeing firefighting operations, informed her office that the plane had crashed.Her office immediately sent a crash investigation team to the area but that she had no details about the plane, its crew or where the crash happened, she said.Officials with the Portuguese government and the Civil Protection Agency said they could not confirm the crash.“We are investigating if (the reports) are true,” Secretary of State for the Interior Jorge Gomes said.Civil Protection Agency spokesman Fausto Coutinho says authorities had received reports of a plane crash near where wildfires are raging and dispatched a helicopter to check. 12 Comments Short URL Source: APTemperatures forecast to reach 43 degrees Celsius, gusting winds and bone-dry woodland were fueling the blazes, Vaz Pinto said.With reporting from AFPRead: Four-year-old boy whose parents were on honeymoon among dead in Portugal fires>last_img read more

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Man killed in Khulna gunfight

first_imgA suspected forest robber was killed in a ‘gunfight’ with police in Vayrar Khal area in Koyra upazila of Khulna on Tuesday night, reports news agency UNB.The deceased is Gama Mandal, 40, a resident of Sarappur village in Dumuria upazila. He was the second-in-command of notorious forest robber gang ‘Munna Bahini’.Police said members of Munna Bahini abducted some 11 fishermen from several areas of Sundarbans three days back.On information, a team of police conducted a drive in Vayrar Khal area on the bank of the Pangasia River around 8:30 pm, said officer-in-charge of Koyra Police Station Enamul Haque.Sensing the presence of the police team, the bandits opened fire to the law enforcers.In retaliation, police fired back, leaving Gama bullet injured, the OC added.Later, the bullet-hit robber was taken to Koyra Upazila Health Complex where he succumbed to his injuries around 11:30 pm.Police rescued the 11 abducted fishermen and recovered two boats, two rifles and five bullets from the spot.last_img read more

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Jury in Google Oracle case flummoxed by too many folders

first_imgThe latest phase of the long-running Oracle versus Google Java case is taking place in a district court in San Francisco right now, and it sounds like Judge William Alsup has had just about enough of dealing with the lawyers from both sides. Having heard closing arguments yesterday, the jury is hard at work examining evidence to render its verdict. However, there’s a folder problem. Specifically, too many of them in the digital files presented to the jury as evidence. There are, in fact, so many folders that the jury is asking for help. Reporter Sarah Jeong is live-tweeting the trial while Judge Alsup attempts to control his temper as the lawyers from Google and Oracle try to come up with a solution to the folder problem. The jury is apparently faced with folder after folder of files, making it hard to find anything in particular. Even more hilarious, many of the files in these folders can’t be opened on the court’s computers at all. This entire mess is happening because of the weirdly technical nature of the case. Google used Java APIs in Android, which at the time were generally understood to be freely available (as would make sense for an API you wanted people to use). However, Oracle sued, claiming APIs are copyrightable. While the courts initially ruled against that, an appeals court eventually agreed that the Java APIs are copyrighted. Now, the case is about Google’s claim that the APIs in Android are covered by fair use. That’s what the jury is deciding on.Deliberating on this case basically requires regular people on the jury to examine source code. So, Google and Oracle submitted source code into evidence. Even when the jury navigates through the cruel maze of folders, they don’t have the tools they need to actually read the files. Alsup, clearly fed up with this nonsense, suggested maybe Google and Oracle should just print out all 15 million lines of code relevant to the case. After what was apparently a very strange few hours in court, Alsup ordered Google and Oracle lawyers to work together to create instructions on how to navigate through all the folders and open files. The instructions have to be extremely simple and ready by midnight so the jury can tackle it again tomorrow. So, right now someplace in San Francisco, there’s a room packed with lawyers and some very, very unhappy IT people attempting to craft instructions for viewing source code so simple that the laypeople on the jury can follow them. I do not envy them in this task.last_img read more

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Scientists record first video of the 100nm space under an impacting Leidenfrost

first_img Journal information: Physical Review Letters © 2016 Phys.org Now researchers have filmed the first videos of the tiny (less than 100 nm) levitation space between the hot surface and the impacting liquid droplet, in this case not of water but ethanol and fluorinated heptane. The videos allow the researchers to directly observe, for the first time, how the shape of the droplet base changes as the surface temperature approaches the dynamic Leidenfrost temperature. This temperature varies depending on the type of liquid and increases with the impact velocity of the droplet.The researchers, Minori Shirota, et al., from the Physics of Fluids group at University of Twente, have published a paper on their investigation of the dynamic Leidenfrost effect in a recent issue of Physical Review Letters.To film the levitation space, the researchers used a technique called total internal reflection (TIR) imaging. By reflecting a laser beam off mirrors and into a prism at a particular angle, the researchers could transmit the resulting laser light through the droplets. This procedure creates grayscale images of dark wet droplets that visibly stand out against the lighter dry area, allowing the researchers to see where the droplet comes in contact with the surface, if at all. PausePlay% buffered00:0000:00UnmuteMuteDisable captionsEnable captionsSettingsCaptionsDisabledQuality0SpeedNormalCaptionsGo back to previous menuQualityGo back to previous menuSpeedGo back to previous menu0.5×0.75×Normal1.25×1.5×1.75×2×Exit fullscreenEnter fullscreen Play An ethanol droplet impacts on a sapphire substrate at 150 °C. In the lower image, the top half shows the TIR image in original grayscale, while the lower half shows the calculated color height. The red color corresponds to a very low height, meaning that most of the droplet is in contact with the surface. Credit: Shirota, et al. ©2016 American Physical Society One of the most useful pieces of information obtained from the imaging is that the shape of the droplet base is not flat, as sometimes assumed, but ring-shaped. The scientists describe it as a “dimple and neck structure” in contrast to the previous “pancake model” that describes a flat bottom. The pancake model cannot accurately describe observations, and its incorrect assumption of a flat droplet bottom may explain why. “Drop impact on a superheated surface is of key importance in various applications,” coauthor Chao Sun, Physics Professor at the University of Twente, told Phys.org. “A quantitative physical understanding of the phenomenon is, however, lacking. In this work, we show that the whole impact dynamics is determined by the dimple and neck formation beneath the droplet at the very beginning of the impacting process.”From the TIR images, the researchers could quantitatively define three different boiling regimes (contact, transition, and Leidenfrost) as the temperature increases at the various impact conditions. Previous research has loosely classified these three regimes based on somewhat superficial factors such as the number of tiny droplets ejected by the main droplet. Explore further Play An ethanol droplet impacts on a sapphire substrate at 180 °C. There are more blue colors than at 150 °C, indicating that parts of this droplet are higher above the surface. Credit: Shirota, et al. ©2016 American Physical Society Here, however, the TIR imaging allows the researchers to calculate values such as the incident angle and the spreading radius of the droplet in order to generate a clearer picture and a more precise definition of the regime boundaries and associated transition temperatures. The improved understanding of the Leidenfrost effect could have a variety of industrial applications. More information: Minori Shirota, Michiel A. J. van Limbeek, Chao Sun, Andrea Prosperetti, and Detlef Lohse, “Dynamic Leidenfrost Effect: Relevant Time and Length Scales.” Physical Review Letters. DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.116.064501, Also at arXiv:1511.04974 [physics.flu-dyn] A 2-mm-diameter ethanol droplet impacts on a hot surface. The corresponding videos with TIR images showing the droplet height are below. Credit: Shirota, et al. ©2016 American Physical Society “Heat transfer from solid surfaces to impacting liquid droplets plays an important role in many industrial technologies such as power electronics cooling, spray cooling, engine performance, and pollutant emissions,” said coauthor Detlef Lohse, Physics Professor at the University of Twente.In the future, the researchers plan to use their observations of the dimple and neck structure to develop more accurate models of the dynamic Leidenfrost temperatures for various types of liquids. A heat-seeking slingshot: Liquid droplets show ability to cool extremely hot surfaces Play An ethanol droplet impacts on a sapphire substrate at 220 °C. The red half circle shows the area of the spreading droplet, and the lack of color indicates that the droplet is high above the surface (greater than 91 nm, the TIR cut-off height). Credit: Shirota, et al. ©2016 American Physical Society “We aim to quantitatively and theoretically understand the dynamic Leidenfrost temperature, and plan to investigate the effects of the surrounding pressure on this fascinating phenomenon,” said Sun and Lohse. This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. PausePlay% buffered00:0000:00UnmuteMuteDisable captionsEnable captionsSettingsCaptionsDisabledQuality0SpeedNormalCaptionsGo back to previous menuQualityGo back to previous menuSpeedGo back to previous menu0.5×0.75×Normal1.25×1.5×1.75×2×Exit fullscreenEnter fullscreen (Phys.org)—There are many cool videos showing the Leidenfrost effect, which occurs when water droplets levitate and skid around on top of a very hot surface, rather than immediately evaporating like they do at temperatures that are not quite as hot. The effect occurs because the bottom of the droplet rapidly vaporizes as it approaches the hot surface, causing the droplet to levitate on top of its own vapor. 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Examining the Pillars of a CrossEnterprise Imaging Solution

first_img Related Content Sponsored Content | Whitepapers | Enterprise Imaging | October 02, 2015 Examining the Pillars of a Cross-Enterprise Imaging Solution News | PACS | November 22, 2017 Diagnostic Centers of America Selects Intelerad’s Medical Imaging Platform November 22, 2017 — Intelerad Medical Systems announced that Diagnostic Centers of America (DCA) has selected Inteler read more In this ebook, we explore the key areas in which cross-enterprise solutions deliver value, including:▪ Achieving interoperability▪ Leveraging existing infrastructure▪ Driving individual and enterprise productivity▪ Improving the quality of healthcare delivered▪ The financial flexibility afforded by cross-enterprise imaging solutions News | November 17, 2017 Intelerad Announces Record Year for FY2017 November 17, 2017 – Intelerad Medical Systems this week announced that it set company records for revenues and new cu read more Sponsored Content | Whitepapers | September 22, 2017 Demystifying Cross-Enterprise Imaging: Industry Analysts & Thought Leaders Weigh In September 20, 2017 — With the transition to a value-based healthcare model, and an industry ripe with consolidation, read more Technology | PACS Accessories | November 07, 2017 Intelerad Unveils Imaging Infrastructure-as-a-Service Platform November 7, 2017 — Intelerad Medical Systems recently announced the expansion of its cloud-based solution suite. read more For today’s healthcare enterprise, managing numerous systems within an imaging ecosystem can be a daunting task. Furthermore, as financial pressure on IT budgets continues to increase, consolidating patient data into a central archive is a less viable resolution for most organizations. Thankfully, an alternative exists in the form of cross-enterprise imaging solutions. These solutions link clinicians to patient data stored in disparate systems across the enterprise, which enables organizations to increase quality, performance and collaboration across multiple sites. News | Vendor Neutral Archive (VNA) | October 23, 2017 Frost & Sullivan Research Highlights Benefits of Intelerad’s CosmosOne October 23, 2017 — Intelerad Medical Systems has been highlighted for its innovative approach to… read more News | November 01, 2017 FINAO Solutions’ Hosted Intelerad Environment Reaches 1 Million Annual Studies November 1, 2017 — FINAO Solutions, a provider of turnkey medical imaging solutions and end-to-end… read more Download FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 News | Enterprise Imaging | November 15, 2017 Aris Radiology Selects Intelerad’s Fully-Hosted Medical Imaging Platform November 15, 2017 — Intelerad Medical Systems announced that Aris Radiology has selected Intelerad’s fully-hosted med read more Sponsored Content | Case Study | September 19, 2017 InteleOne Provides Big Benefits for Little Patients at Children’s Hospital The largest and busiest children’s Primary Care Center between New York and Boston, Connecticut Children’s Medical Ce read more Technology | Remote Viewing Systems | November 15, 2017 Calgary Scientific Demonstrates ResolutionMD With AI Support November 15, 2017 — Calgary Scientific announced advancements to its ResolutionMD… read more Sponsored Content | Case Study | September 19, 2017 The Endless Possibilities Created by a Cross-Enterprise Workflow Located in Fort Collins, Colo., Advanced Medical Imaging Consultants (AMIC) is the exclusive medical imaging provider read morelast_img read more

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Cant live without emails Got to keep on top of y

first_imgCan’t live without emails? Got to keep on top of your Tweets?Everyone knows that using your smartphone abroad can be expensive, but for some, going on holiday without it is just not an option. But there are ways to stay connected without racking up huge bills and getting stung by roaming charges. If you can’t bear to be parted from technology here are 10 top tips for staying in touch and within your holiday budget.1. Turn off data roamingThe first, and probably most important tip to remember, is make sure data roaming is switched off before you board that plane. This way you can decide when you’re online and apps won’t be running in the background, demolishing your data limit as well as your well-earned holiday spends. If you do want to access the internet outside of a Wi-Fi hotspot then you can temporarily activate data roaming. But controlling when you’re online will go a long way to making sure your smartphone costs stay low abroad. Related10 ways to cut your smartphone roaming costs abroadAs of 1 July, using a mobile in Europe will cost less, but roaming costs can still be high – here’s 10 tips for keeping your charges in check.Travel money tips to get the most of your pound when you’re abroadIn partnership with Here are a few ways you can save some cash when travelling abroad, including how to avoid transaction fees on your holiday purchases, and how to get the best bang for your buck when it comes to swapping currencies. Always pay in local currency Sometimes, shops, hotels…These 7 holiday mistakes are costing you moneyWhen it comes to travel, it pays to be smart. Here are our seven top money-draining mistakes – and strategies to help you avoid them. 2. Screenshot everythingIf you need Google maps to navigate foreign cities, or you just want to keep a copy of your flight details handy, download maps and important documents on to your mobile before you leave home or somewhere with free Wi-Fi, then screenshot them so that you can quickly pull them up when required.3. Find free Wi-FiIt pays to scout out the free Wi-Fi hotpots in and around where you’ll be staying. Internet cafes are a cheap option, but libraries, cafes and hotels are also good places for completely free and reliable internet connection. Free hotspots are also the best place to upload photos and do all your downloading: news, music, videos and apps. So find a cute café, order up a latté and catch up on what’s going on in the world without racking up an eye-watering smartphone bill.4. Swap apps on your home screenDo you wake up in the morning and instinctively open up Facebook or check your emails before you’ve even turned off the alarm clock? This will eat in to your data limit and won’t help you control your smartphone spends. So try moving your email app to the last home page on your phone, so that your not tempted to keep checking it.5. Report lost or stolen smartphones asapIf you lose your phone or unfortunately get it stolen while abroad, report it to your provider as soon as possible. This will block any unauthorised activity and you won’t be charged for any subsequent use. If you’re not able to report it straight away then having a passcode on both your handset and SIM will make it more difficult for thieves to use.6. Do it manuallyAutomatically updating apps and downloading huge attachments will drain your data allowance. Instead, use your smartphone’s settings to switch to manual. You’ll still be able to update and receive files via email, but do this once you have free Wi-Fi connection and this will save you money.center_img 7. Use apps to stay in touchGone are the days when the only ways to reach home were pigeon post or phone box calls. Although phoning from your mobile may seem convenient, international calls can cost a small fortune. Alternatively, use your smartphone to find apps like Skype and WhatsApp which allow you to text and call home for free, providing you’re using free Wi-Fi. Plus it’s always nice to video call, even if it’s just to make everyone envious of your tan.More: Your free guide to downloading mobile apps8. Unlock itOne easy way to avoid roaming charges and smartphone expenses is to buy an inexpensive, unlocked GSM phone and a local prepaid SIM card. You’ll pay local rates and incoming calls are often free. It may mean going without internet for a few days, but there are usually plenty of computers in cafés, hotels and hostels where you can jump on to connect with friends and family.9. Leave it at home (!!!)Alternatively, get rid of it all together! It may seem like a wrench, to be parted from your beloved smartphone for a couple of weeks, but hopefully you’ll be so busy actually enjoying your holiday you won’t give a second thought to work emails or what’s going on elsewhere in the world. You never know, you might find that you can live without it, if not entirely, at least whilst the sun is shining and it’s happy hour at the hotel pool bar.More: [Disconnect with a digital detox: 5 holiday cold spots](http://Disconnect with a digital detox: 5 holiday cold spots)10. Cap itSince July of this year, all mobile broadband providers must cap your monthly roaming bills at about £44-50. Each network might quote a slightly different figure, but when you hit your limit you’ll be cut off. You can set your amount with your provider before the UK and you’ll get a warning before you completely run out. This will help you budget and save costs on using your smartphone abroad.11. Shop around for the best providerEach network offers slightly different roaming packages so it pays to shop around before you leave home to find the best, and cheapest, deals for you. Also, some providers classify the Europe ‘zone’ differently, so if you’re travelling within the EU check with them if your destination is included as this will affect your rates. Some providers might even have better deals for countries where they have special partnerships with a local provider. So shop around and you’ll be quids in.More:Top 10 best travel apps, as recommended by Skyscanner staffDownload the Skyscanner appReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Maplast_img read more

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