14 Oct
2019

Life sentence for man in sweetheart slayings

first_imgAPTN News An Alberta man has been sentenced to life in prison for killing high school sweethearts on the Whitefish First Nation.Edward Devin Gladue entered a guilty plea in Peace River, Alta., Monday.He was charged with second-degree murder for the deaths of Dylan Laboucan and his girlfriend, Cory Grey.The sentence means Gladue can apply for parole in 13 years. The 20-year-old pleaded guilty to committing the double murder on July 23, 2016.Court heard the young couple was inseparable and lived together in the Laboucan family trailer. That’s where Gladue found and shot them, before moving their bodies to separate locations in the northeastern Alberta community.Gladue is also banned from owning firearms for life, and was ordered not to communicate with the families of the victims.No motive for the murders was provided in court.news@aptn.calast_img read more

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13 Oct
2019

Lord Taylor flagship counting down hours to closure

first_imgNEW YORK — After 104 years, the countdown is on for the last hours of Lord & Taylor’s flagship store on Fifth Avenue.The venerable department store famed for its animated holiday windows is shutting down Wednesday after a blowout sale that has left whole floors empty. Surviving floors still offer an assembly line of racks stuffed with clothes all going for $5.99 that once sold for as much as $100.The 11-story building has been sold to the We Work space-leasing company for more than $850 million.Forty-five other, smaller Lord & Taylor stores remain open, mostly on the East Coast. In addition, Lord & Taylor-branded merchandise is being sold online through the Walmart website.The brand is owned by Canadian corporate giant Hudson’s Bay Company.The Associated Presslast_img read more

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3 Oct
2019

Woman burned after headphones explode on flight to Australia

Woman burned after headphones explode on flight to Australia SYDNEY – An Australian woman suffered burns to her face after her battery-operated headphones exploded during a flight from Beijing to Melbourne, Australian air safety investigators said Wednesday.The woman, whose name was not released, fell asleep on the plane while wearing the headphones and awoke to a loud explosion about two hours into the flight, the Australian Transport Safety Bureau said in a statement about the Feb. 19 incident. The woman said she then felt a burning sensation on her face.“I just grabbed my face which caused the headphones to go around my neck,” the woman was quoted as saying in the statement. “I continued to feel burning so I grabbed them off and threw them on the floor. They were sparking and had small amounts of fire.”Flight attendants poured a bucket of water on the headphones. The battery and cover were melted and stuck to the floor of the plane.Passengers were “coughing and choking” for the rest of the flight, the woman said.The transport safety agency said it believes the batteries in the headphones likely caught on fire. A spokesman said the agency has decided not to say what brand of headphones was involved, because officials believe the problem was with the batteries.___Online:http://www.atsb.gov.au/newsroom/news-items/2017/battery-explosion-mid-flight/ by The Associated Press Posted Mar 15, 2017 7:26 am MDT Last Updated Mar 15, 2017 at 9:20 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email read more

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3 Oct
2019

Union majority of staff at two BC newspapers approve deal to save

by The Canadian Press Posted Apr 19, 2017 11:38 pm MDT Last Updated Apr 20, 2017 at 8:00 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Union: majority of staff at two B.C. newspapers approve deal to save some jobs VANCOUVER – A union representing staff at two B.C. newspapers says the employees have voted 82 per cent in favour of an agreement to save some jobs after dozens were served with layoff notices.Postmedia announced plans last month to lay off 54 employees at the Vancouver Sun and the Province in a bid to cut costs at the newspaper chain.Unifor Local 2000, which represents the workers, said last Sunday that a tentative deal had been reached with the company that includes saving “a number of jobs.”Following Wednesday’s vote in favour of the agreement, the union said the deal will save 21 of the 54 jobs slated for layoff and that a further 20 employees will be able to leave voluntarily through a staff reduction plan or through voluntary severance.Unifor Local 2000 also said it was able to negotiate protection from involuntary layoffs for the life of the agreement, which runs from April 21, 2017 to April 30, 2020 and does not include a wage increase.It said Pacific Newspaper Group has the option to open the agreement for negotiation after 18 months, but only for a 30-day window.Postmedia failed to reach a target it set last fall to reduce its salary costs by 20 per cent and subsequently issued layoff notices to some employees at the Ottawa Citizen, Montreal Gazette and the Windsor Star.The union says there were 135 votes in favour of the B.C. agreement and 29 against. read more

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24 Sep
2019

South Africa and Chile enter into MoU on cooperation in mining

first_imgSouth Africa´s Minister of Mineral Resources Mosebenzi Zwane (MP) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with his Chilean counterpart, Ms Aurora Elvira Williams, on cooperation in the mining and minerals field. The MoU, which was signed in Santiago during the LatAm Mining Cumbre, commits the two countries to cooperation in areas including the following:Mineral processing and beneficiationSharing experiences in underground mining, with a particular emphasis on technology and health and safetyCooperating in mineral development, technology and skills transfer, including small scale miningSharing experiences in policy formulation and the regulatory frameworkSharing of knowledge in geology and related functionsSharing experiences in environmental regulations, corporate social responsibility as well as best practices regarding inclusion of women in the mining industry.“We are giving effect to a decision which was taken during a State Visit by the Chilean President to South Africa. Given the two countries´ rich history in mining, it is only fitting that we take this forward for implementation through the MoU, for the benefit of both our countries, Minister Zwane said.The MoU serves as a framework to initiate the joint-cooperation work of the institutions of the two countries.South Africa does indeed have a rich history in mining, but if the ridiculous new Mining Code comes into force as planned, its future is looking very unpromising.last_img read more

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22 Sep
2019

Przybecki one more year in Hannover

The Polish international Piotr Przybecki signed a new one-year contract with Hannover. The 38-year old decided to play one more season at least in the Bundesliga in order to help Hannover establish themself even better in the following season. Before him, Nenad Puljezevic also prolonged his stay at Hannover for another year.Both sides, the player and the club expressed their satisfaction, and said that they’re both pleased to have the contract signed. The coach Nordmeyer outlined that he is happy that a player with such strength will stay at the club and contribute againt he upcoming season. The Polish scored 107 goals in the past season, one of the most successful players of the team.photo: handball-hannover.de ← Previous Story “The Man – History” Heiner Brandt to leave… Next Story → Doder stays in Minden! read more

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22 Sep
2019

Catchup Wednesday 3 midweek longreads

first_img2. Returning from warTom Woods fought in the Iraq War, but on his return he fought another battle. Grappling with alcoholism, and struggling with life without war, he and his wife Candy found their relationship at risk. A journalist and photographer from the LA Times followed their lives for 18 months to see how things progressed. (LA Times)Approximately 33 minutes reading time – 6663 wordsShe knew he drank too much, but she also knew he had experienced terrible things during his 14 months in Baghdad in 2007 and 2008. As part of the “surge,” the 1-4 Cavalry patrolled bomb-laden roads and went door-to-door hunting insurgents. She understood only a little of what he’d seen.3. Abuse survivorsMark Vincent Healy writes about the hurdles that survivors of child sexual abuse face when seeking justice. He tells Opinion & Insight that they are not met with understanding or sympathy in Irish courts, and that survivors of clerical abuse, for example, are at risk if they remain silent and at risk if they break silence. (TheJournal.ie)Approximately 4 minutes reading time – 846 wordsSo many re-traumatised by the very procedures of their redress are suffering premature death and suicide. Is there justice in exposing such survivors to the high risks of suicide or attempted suicide as evidenced from such tragic cases? It is time to end the silence and abject failures to relieve those suffering life-long distress from clerical child sexual abuse.Want some more longreads? Then check out Sitdown Sunday> IT’S MIDWAY THROUGH the week and you want to get up to speed on the latest news topics and catch up on opinions and insights.We’re here to help you do just that, with our three midweek longreads:1. Pinochet’s powerCarmen Quintana was just 18 years old when she was set on fire during an anti-government protest in Chile. It was during the first of two days of nationwide strikes against Augusto Pinochet, and saw Carmen seriously injured by his police force. She tells the BBC what happened next. This weeks marks 40 years since his military coup. (BBC)Approximately 7 minutes reading time – 1449 words “They grabbed Rodrigo first and threw him to the ground, kicking him. They put me up against the wall and searched me. I could see Rodrigo lying there, bleeding. They said to me, ‘What were you doing, where were you going?’ I said, ‘Going to the university, to study.’ They swore at me and hit me with the butt of their machine guns. I began to cry.”last_img read more

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22 Sep
2019

Examiner to be appointed to Sunday Business Post

first_imgAN EXAMINER IS expected to be appointed to the Sunday Business Post later today.The newspaper will apply to the courts for examinership – a process where the company is protected from winding-up orders as it attempts to establish a viable business plan. It is expected to trade as normal for a period of 70 days while a purchases is acquired.Irish Secretary of the National Union of Journalists Séamus Dooley said he had concern for the Sunday Business Post as its situation is “less clear” than that of its sister papers in the new Landmark group.However, he told Morning Ireland that there was “an air of optimism” among the 76 employees.“It is a good newspaper with a good online strategy which may be the key to the future.”It is still unclear whether the newly-formed Landmark Media will buy the Sunday Business Post.Yesterday, Thomas Crosbie Holdings sold the Irish Examiner and a series of local papers as part of a complex internal restructuring. The purchaser, Landmark Media, was formed by the Crosbie family.Twelve jobs have been lost at Thomas Crosbie Printers Ltd – which printed TCH’s newspaper titles – as it is put into liquidation.The NUJ has sought a meeting with management at Landmark to discuss its development plan but welcomed the “certainty” that will come in the coming days.Dooley called it a “pity” that more people did not buy the Irish Examiner as it is a “great paper”.“And I hope those who tweet and say ‘isn’t it great’, go out today as a gesture of solidarity and buy a newspaper.”He also called for the government to act in relation to the concentration of ownership across Ireland’s media.MORE: ‘Irish Examiner’ and local papers sold in complex restructuringlast_img read more

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21 Sep
2019

TouchPad video series shows HPs tablet in action

first_imgLast week we learned that HP’s TouchPad would be landing on July 1st, for the competitive price of $499. The webOS 3.0-powered tablet is the next great hope when it comes to iPad competitors, so it’s great to get some video of the device in action. As it turns out, the tablet looks pretty slick so far–HP made sure to explain just how good webOS is at multitasking, multi-pane views, display multimedia content, and then doing more productive stuff like ebook reading, 3D modeling (check out the image below), using Citrix Receiver, and more. We also see video conferencing and interaction with HP’s Palm handsets. All in all, the TouchPad looks like a versatile device.HP didn’t stop at the getting-to-know-you video either, we can also see TouchPad videos highlighting notifications (below), a Time Magazine demo, TouchPad Synergy, wireless charging, and a whole lot more. You can view them all at HP’s YouTube channel.AdChoices广告So far, the TouchPad is somewhat reminiscent of RIM’s QNX-powered PlayBook. Of course it might be more accurate to say that the PlayBook reminds us of webOS, but RIM got their device out first so they get the credit… even if RIM seems to have released a product that wasn’t ready and HP’s CEO vowed they would not release their tablet until it was perfect.Past that the videos display the PlayBook as being both capable functional, but given the dominance of the iPad, the improvement to the PlayBook, and the growing strength of Android we’ll have to see how this new entrant does with people/businesses that aren’t dedicated HP customers. Learn the basics about HP’s TouchPad here.via Gizmodolast_img read more

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21 Sep
2019

Review Moto X is the phone Android needs right now Updated

first_img 1 2 3 4 Update 8/22/13: We’ve edited this review to reflect significant changes found in the Moto Maker version of the Moto X. It is our belief that our initial review was based on pre-production hardware, and while we are currently waiting for a response from Motorola regarding the differences in the two Moto X phones we’ve tested, we wanted to update our thoughts on this device. The changes primarily took form in an improved display and camera as well as slightly improved hardware on the second Moto X we received (the Moto Maker version). Not too long ago, Google bought a smartphone manufacturer. Instead of making another Nexus, the first true Google-Motorola phone is a bundle of experiments that the the company hopes will turn out to be popular. Meet the Moto X, the first Android phone targeted at the average consumer.We’ve been hearing about The New Motorola ever since the Droid Razr HD launch last year, but this smartphone is the first one to be entirely designed by Google. “The first phone from the new Motorola” as they put it. This phone has been highly anticipated with more leaks than we typically see from even the most popular announcements these days. In the days before the unveiling, those who had been paying attention were left with the impression that this would be a mid-range phone. This didn’t turn out the way everyone expected.After some preliminary comparisons to the current Android heavyweights, the Galaxy S4 and the HTC One (Read: Moto X vs Galaxy S4 and Moto X vs HTC One), we were all reminded that what we read on a specs sheet and how a phone feels in the real world are two very different things.Motorola promises that this phone will create a unique experience geared for everyone, and not just the hardcore Android power user. While the phone it not without flaws — some of them easily deal breakers for certain groups of users — the X is an impressive first step from The New Motorola.HardwareMotorola is no stranger to the “flat black slab” design, having made more than a few of them over the past few years. The Moto X is quite different… or at least the back half of it is. The phone feels like two different concepts that have been pressed together in order to create a single device. On the front half you’ll find a glossy, opaque plastic bezel that curves over the edge of the phone and holds the glass on top of the display. The glass that is not directly over the display matches the color of the plastic, creating a nice uniform feel on the front of the phone if you choose black and a somewhat awkward and downright cheap look if you go with white. You’ll find very little on the front of the phone that is not the display, outside of the normal phone bits like microphone, speaker, and front-facing camera. For a phone with a 4.7-inch display, it feels smaller than any other high-end Android phone sold today.Considering that is uses a 720p RGB AMOLED display, the Moto X looks great. The colors temperature is neutral, allowing for both text and images to appear sharp on the display. The 316ppi display doesn’t hold a candle to some of today’s 1080p IPS displays, especially in direct sunlight, but you won’t be able to see pixels or pentile line fragments. It’s a decent display that won’t eat your battery just by existing, but it certainly isn’t going to win Motorola any awards.The other side of the Moto X is wildly different. The polycarbonate backing, which is currently only available in a black or white (unless you build your phone through Moto Maker), that closely resembles the kevlar designs Motorola has deployed in the past, curves in a dramatic fashion. The phone tapers from 10.4mm at the thickest point just above the center of the device to the 5.6mm at the base and just barely thicker than this at the top and sides of the device. It’s almost as though the Motorola symbol on the back of the phone is being pulled away from the phone, and the back has warped out as it happened.Ergonomically speaking, your finger naturally rests on the concave spot on the back (where the Motorola logo is), and it doesn’t feel as though you are stretching your thumb to reach the other side of the phone when trying to use it with a single hand. The end result is a phone that feels very comfortable in your hand, but a little wobbly and clumsy when trying to use it as the phone rests on a flat surface.These two pieces meet together in the middle of the phone, as the glassy plastic gives way to the matte backing. On the sides of the phone, the glossy plastic is the more dominant texture as you run your thumb across the bezel. On the corners of the phone, where the back of the phone is slightly larger, the softer texture is the more exposed of the two.The design of the Moto X, being able to combine two different textures with two different shapes that will potentially be many different colors, is a unique take on the smartphone without coming off as a strange new phone. Ultimately it feels great in the hand, and is genuinely enjoyable to use with one hand or two.Clear Pixel cameraMotorola’s smartphone cameras have historically never been anything particularly special. They get the job done, and their apps have always kept up well enough with the pace of the rest of the industry, but over the last few years there’s clearly not been anything driving the Motorola team to deliver a one of a kind camera experience. The Moto X includes the world’s first RGBC sensor in a phone, with the hope that it will deliver a high end camera experience that also offers a great lowlight experience. Alongside of this the new camera app looks to strip as many buttons from the experience to allow the user to take a photo as quickly as possible, even going so far as to include a wrist flick gesture that launches the camera app from any point in the OS.Motorola’s Clear Pixel camera does exactly what it advertises it will do. In low light situations the camera easily competes with the HTC One and Nokia Lumia 928 when it comes to the sensor being able to “see” in low light. When capturing images it does a great job demonstrating color accuracy, and the AutoHDR function does an acceptable job balancing the light if there’s ever an issue with the environment you are trying to take a picture in. It’s a camera that has removes as many features as possible to create an actual point and shoot smartphone, which is great for the average users but potentially frustrating to the smartphone camera veteran.The camera app in the Moto X has autofocus on by default that tries quickly focus on things that are within a couple of feet, typically preferring to focus much farther away. As long as you aren’t in an environment where the phone continuously tries to refocus, you’ll get a great shot right away. There’s a tap-to-focus feature that you can enable, but the camera takes the photo regardless of whether or not it focused correctly after you tap. There’s no pause in between focus and capture, and so the camera misfires frequently in this mode. This happens far less frequently with the front-facing camera, though as a 2MP shooter you won’t be doing much other than face shots which are relatively easy to optimize for. When you do get that clear photo, it’s usually a pretty great shot.HDR is set to Auto on this phone, which further contributes to the Moto X camera. HDR in general on this phone is great from the perspective of someone who plans to edit the photos later, as the colors or often very accurate. There seems to be almost no post processing done when the photo is taken, so while the end result could be described as washed out when compared to the HTC One, which tends to over-processes photos, you get a much more real photo. Turning HDR off seemed to generate the best all around photos, while HDR on served as a great tool for photos that will be edited later. With Auto HDR on, it takes much longer to get from capture to capture. The delay from taking one photo to another can often be two seconds, unless you’ve decided to hold your finger on the screen and capture a series of photos via the burst shot feature. (For more on the HTC One read our low-light camera shootout.)Video is just as auto-focus ready as the rest of the camera, and the single button press required to capture video is a welcome change from the often overcomplicated third party Android camera apps. The camcorder function on the Moto X does a great job capturing 1080p video or 720p slow motion video. You can tap the screen anytime you are recording video and capture stills, which often end up looking better than just trying to take a normal photo.Next page: A new paradigm… VIEW PHOTO GALLERY Moto X Review FeatureMoto X Review FeatureMoto X rearMotoXAssistMotoXTrustedBatteryMotoXMoto X camera sampleHTC One Moto X featuredMoto XMoto X patternMoto X colorsMoto X HTC One sideMoto X FeaturedMoto X camera compareMoto X NFC speakerMoto X HTC OneMoto X HTC One BackDark Wood Moto XMoto X Wood variantMoto X WoodMoto X color Variantsmoto XMoto XMoto X backlast_img read more

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15 Sep
2019

Pizza for breakfast is healthier than eating cereal nutritionist says

first_img(WSVN) – Odds are you’re not chowing down on pizza for breakfast each morning. But if you’re a cereal person, you may want to reconsider.“You may be surprised to find out that an average slice of pizza and a bowl of cereal with whole milk contain nearly the same amount of calories,” nutrtionist Chelsey Amer told The Daily Meal.Amer says pizza is by no means a health food, but compared with sugar-packed cereals, it provides more of a well-balanced breakfast.“Pizza packs a much larger protein punch, which will keep you full and boost satiety throughout the morning,” Amer added.Amer noted that most cereal options lead to quick sugar crashes, unlike pizza. Healthy pizza toppings can provide an important source of protein, carbs, fats, and vegetables.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img read more

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13 Sep
2019

Michigan Workforce Partnership Needs Technical Support for Social Network Analysis Project

first_imgAdvance Michigan and the Workforce Intelligence Network of Southeast Michigan (WIN) are seeking competitive proposals to support their effort to carry out a social network analysis of community partnerships and resources supporting the southeast Michigan defense industry.The project, funded by DOD’s Office of Economic Adjustment, calls for the contractor to:train WIN project staff to use and manage social network analyses;provide training and access to social network analysis software; andprovide technical assistance to project staff during the first phase of analysis to ensure success.The RFP is available on the Advance Michigan website. Proposals are due March 3. Please refer to the RFP for guidance regarding submitting questions and details of the bidders conference. Dan Cohen AUTHORlast_img read more

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27 Aug
2019

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first_imgFeature | December 03, 2013 Breast Tomosynthesis Increases Cancer Detection, Reduces Recall Rates Video Player is loading.Cynthia McCollough explains new advances in CT technologyPlay VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 13:56Loaded: 1.17%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -13:56 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.Close Modal DialogThis is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button. Digital mammography is the gold standard for breast cancer screening, but may yield suspicious findings that turn out not to be cancer. These false-positive findings are associated with a higher recall rate. The researchers found that, compared to digital mammography, the average recall rate using DBT decreased from 10.4 percent to 8.78 percent, and the cancer detection rate increased from 3.51 to 5.24 (per 1,000 patients). The overall positive predictive value — the proportion of positive screening mammograms from which cancer was diagnosed — increased from 4.1 percent to 6 percent with DBT. Image courtesy of Imago Systems News | Breast Imaging | August 02, 2019 Volpara to Distribute Screenpoint Medical’s Transpara AI Solution Volpara Solutions and ScreenPoint Medical BV signed an agreement under which Volpara will sell ScreenPoint’s Transpara… read more For more information: www.rsna.org FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 Technology | Mammography Reporting Software | July 25, 2019 Hologic Partners With MagView to Develop Unifi EQUIP Solution Hologic announced a partnership with mammography information solutions provider MagView to develop Unifi EQUIP, an… read more “It’s the most exciting improvement to mammography that I have seen in my career — even more important than the conversion from film-screen mammography to digital mammography,” she said. “The coming years will be very exciting as we see further improvements in this technology.” Feature | August 05, 2019 | Dave Fornell, Editor Most Popular Radiology and Radiotherapy Topics in July 2019 August 5, 2019 — Here is the list of the most popular content on the Imaging Technology New (ITN) magazine website fr read more Arthur Agatston explains the history of CT calcium scoring Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 9:54Loaded: 1.67%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -9:54 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.Close Modal DialogThis is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button. “Our study showed that we reduced our callback rate and increased our cancer detection rate,” said Conant. “The degree to which these rates were affected varied by radiologist. But importantly, the ratio of callback to cancer detection rate improved significantly for our radiologists.” News | PACS | August 09, 2019 Lake Medical Imaging Selects Infinitt for Multi-site RIS/PACS Infinitt North America will be implementing Infinitt RIS (radiology information system)/PACS (picture archiving and… read more News | Mammography | August 14, 2019 Imago Systems Announces Collaboration With Mayo Clinic for Breast Imaging Image visualization company Imago Systems announced it has signed a know-how license with Mayo Clinic. The multi-year… read more Demand for ultrasound scans at U.S. outpatient centers could grow by double digits over the next five years, according to a speaker at AHRA 2019. A variety of factors, however, could cause projections for this and other modalities to change. Graphic courtesy of Pixabay Co-authors are Nandita Mitra, Ph.D., Anne Marie McCarthy, Ph.D., Despina Konto, Ph.D., Susan Roth, M.D., Susan Weinstein, M.D., Marie Synnestvedt, Ph.D., Mathew Thomas, B.S., and Fei Wan, Ph.D. Related Content For the study, Conant and colleagues compared imaging results from 15,633 women who underwent DBT at HUP beginning in 2011 to those of 10,753 patients imaged with digital mammography the prior year. Six radiologists trained in DBT interpretation reviewed the images. Conant notes that tomosynthesis is an evolving platform, and researchers are already seeing a significant improvement in important screening outcomes. News | Artificial Intelligence | August 13, 2019 Artificial Intelligence Could Yield More Accurate Breast Cancer Diagnoses University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) researchers have developed an artificial intelligence (AI) system that… read more News | Mammography Reporting Software | July 26, 2019 Ikonopedia Releases Automated Combined Reporting Package at AHRA Ikonopedia showcased its recently released Automated Combined Reporting package and its entire suite of structured… read more Videos | Cardiac Imaging | July 30, 2019 VIDEO: The History of CT Calcium Scoring Arthur Agatston, M.D., clinical pro read more Digital breast tomosynthesis has shown promise at reducing recall rates in all groups of patients, including younger women and women with dense breast tissue. Tomosynthesis is similar to mammography in that it relies on ionizing radiation to generate images of the breast. However, unlike conventional mammography, tomosynthesis allows for 3-D reconstruction of the breast tissue, which can then be viewed as sequential slices through the breast. Videos | Computed Tomography (CT) | July 30, 2019 VIDEO: New Advances in CT Imaging Technology Cynthia McColl… read more December 3, 2013 — Researchers have found that digital breast tomosynthesis (DBT) led to reduced recall rates and an increase in cancer detection in a large breast cancer screening program. The results of this study were presented today at the Radiological Society of North America Annual Meeting (RSNA 2013). “We have used DBT on all of our breast screening patients,” said Conant. “Every patient has had it — we have not selected patients because of their risk or breast density or if they were willing to pay extra. We did not charge extra and were able to provide all of our women with this new technology.” Feature | Radiology Imaging | July 29, 2019 | By Greg Freiherr Imaging Market in U.S. Could Rise In Coming Years The coming years may be good for the medical imaging community in the United States. But they will not be easy. read more Because DBT technology is relatively new, it is typically used only as a supplemental screening tool, but since October 2011, every patient screened for breast cancer at Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania (HUP) in Philadelphia has been screened using DBT, according to Emily Conant, M.D., chief of breast imaging, HUP and lead author of the study. The top piece of content in July was a video interview explaining how Princess Margaret Cancer Center is using machine learning to create automated treatment plans. This was a hot topic at the American Association of Physicists in Medicine (AAPM) 2019 meeting in July. last_img read more

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11 Aug
2019

Just threw that one week at the bye week when the

first_img“Just threw that one week at the bye week when the vets kind of took the week off,” he said, referring to how much of the Cardinals offense he ran. “We got one, I think, maybe two practices. Not a whole lot but this has been way better.”This, as in organized team activities and mini-camp.For the first time since his arrival, Barkley was able to concentrate solely on the Cardinals’ offense“It’s been fantastic just to get reps in this offense, to grow as a quarterback in this system and to understand where B.A.’s mind is at in his play-calling,” he said, referring to head coach Bruce Arians. “I feel way more comfortable than last year; just grasping what’s going on and the why behind everything; not just looking at one guy and trying to get him the ball, but seeing the whole picture.“This whole spring felt really comfortable. I thought I had a good OTAs. I heard a lot of good feedback, so I’m excited for camp and preseason.”Count offensive coordinator Harold Goodwin among those impressed by Barkley’s offseason progress.“You can tell from being out here from Phase I to Phase II to even now, you can see him starting to mature a little bit, too, in our system,” he said. “Because you remember he came from Coach (Chip) Kelly’s system in Philly and you know, there’s not a whole lot you need to know other than look at the card and throw the ball where he tells you to throw it. We’re a little bit more complicated — not a knock on that offense because it’s been great for Coach Kelly, but we’re a little bit more complex as far as terminology, formations and things of that nature.” 0 Comments   Share   TEMPE, Ariz. — It’s hard to quantify, but quarterback Matt Barkley may have had the best offseason of any Arizona Cardinals player.Of course his starting point was quite different from that of his teammates.Officially, Barkley has a year under his belt with the reigning NFC West champions, but it was a year spent on the outside, so to speak, as the scout team quarterback.In other words, Barkley played opposing team quarterback rather than Cardinals quarterback. The Cardinals acquired Barkley less than two weeks before the start of the 2015 season, surrendering only a seventh-round draft pick to Philadelphia.It was a low-cost, low-risk move for the Cardinals, who decided to take a flyer on a former four-year starter at USC.The Cardinals now have a pair of ex-USC signal callers on the roster.Barkley has learned quite a lot from Carson Palmer, as well as Drew Stanton.“Especially during the season just about their process, day-to-day how they prepare for games and for our opponents; just their mentality and their attitude in approaching game dates. It’s different than what I’ve been around,” said Barkley, a 2013 fourth-round pick. “I’ve never been around older guys like that and they’ve been through a lot; been through injuries both of them; been through good teams, bad teams. It’s fun to see them now that everything is clicking with this team, how they’re approaching it and how they want to keep it that way so we’re at a high level as a team.”It’s a big year for Barkley. It’s his contract year, the final season under his rookie deal.Barkley, however, doesn’t see it that way.“I think every year is big, I think every game is big, I think every practice is big,” he said. “If you’re Carson and you’ve been here for ‘X’ many years, I think you still got to be locked in and pretend that it’s big. You can say it is, and it’s no bigger than any other thing for me.” Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact Top Stories Arizona Cardinals’ quarterback Matt Barkley (9) throws a pass during NFL football practice, Tuesday, May 24, 2016, at the team’s training facility in Tempe, Ariz. (AP Photo/Matt York) Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Come training camp, Barkley will be locked in a battle with undrafted rookie free agent Jake Coker to be the Cardinals’ No. 3 quarterback.In other words, a lot of eyes will be watching the two.“I’m not worried about who’s watching me,” said Barkley, who turns 26 in September. “I’ve had a lot of people watch me in the past, for good and bad reasons, so I don’t think you can worry about that. I know what I’m capable of and confident that this team can use me.”Barkley’s NFL experience is limited, to say the least.In three season, Barkley has appeared in just four games, completing 30-of-50 passes for 300 yards with no touchdowns and four interceptions. He last played Nov. 10, 2014 against Carolina, when his one pass attempt fell incomplete.With both Palmer, 36, and Stanton, 32, signed through 2017, many have wondered — often out loud — about the Cardinals’ quarterback of the future.Might that be Barkley?“I think I’ve done a good job so far. I’ve shown the coaching staff what I can do,” he said. “Once we get to San Diego (in training camp) and play a different opponent that’ll be fun and the other preseason teams that we’ll have will be a good opportunity to show them that I can play.” The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelolast_img read more

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10 Aug
2019

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first_imgA must for all golfers both green and experienced, The Golf Guide published by FHG is a comprehensive book that tells you exactly where to tee off and where to stay on golf courses across Britain and Ireland. RelatedCool Courses: weird and wonderful golfing around the worldCool Courses: weird and wonderful golfing around the worldTop 10 Golf Resorts in Europe: Start the New Golf Season in StyleTop 10 Golf Resorts in Europe: Start the New Golf Season in StyleGolf Guide Winners announcedGolf Guide Winners announced Now in its 34th year of publication, the guide includes details on almost 2800 courses, along with golfing events for each region. Each entry includes all the vital information a dedicated golfer needs to know: location of course, number of holes, standard scratch score, green fees, as well as details of nearby accommodation and even non-golfing facilities for those who aren’t so keen on putting and par.More info: The Golf GuideReturnOne 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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9 Aug
2019

Former coop bosses plead not guilty to fraud

first_imgThree former senior co-op bank officials and six others, including two companies, pleaded not guilty on Tuesday to fraud in connection with loans worth €3.6m secured in 2007.The case was adjourned for November 5.Former Central Co-op Bank boss Erotokritos Chlorakiotis, former Strovolos Co-op boss Demetrakis Stavrou, and former co-op development commissioner Constantinos Lyras face charges relating to conspiracy to defraud, obtaining goods under false pretences, unlawful acquisition of property, and money laundering.The indictment also includes Maria Chlorakiotou, Carolina Angelopoulou, Maria Chrysanthou, Giorgos Mavreas, Detiero Enterprises, and CHL Enterprises.According to the charge sheet, between May and July 2007 the defendants conspired to defraud by securing illegal loans worth CYP2.1m (€3.6m) from the Strovolos co-op.The defendants also failed to disclose the real reason for a €119,602 loan and the beneficiary. They also provided false information, including the values of two properties used as collateral, to secure CYP2m (around €3.4m) from the same bank.They are also accused of forging the minutes of the bank’s managing committee to show that it had approved a CYP200,000 (€341,720) loan to Detiero Enterprises.Stavrou is also accused of preparing a loan review report long after the money had been granted: that he forged the report between October 2012 and April 2014 when it should have been done in 2007, before the application for the €3.4m loan was presented to the committee for approval.Stavrou faces a second charge for a similar offence relating to a €51,258 loan.Chlorakiotis also faces a single charge of unlawful acquisition of property in relation to the €3.4m loan.In 2015, a court granted a police request to access Chlorakiotis’ and his wife’s bank accounts as part of a probe into whether due procedure was followed in securing several loans adding up to €15m.Two years earlier, reports had emerged claiming Chlorakiotis, his wife and daughters, and a company whose sole shareholder was his wife, received €10.9 million in loans from the Strovolos Co-op several years previously, which were not being paid off.Some of the loans matured in 2037, a period that was far beyond the date of 66-year-old (at the time) Chlorakiotis’ retirement.Speaking at the co-op’s AGM in September 2013, Chlorakiotis said he had not even received one cent in preferential treatment, in the form of lower interest rates, adding that his loans were fully secured.He described the allegations against him as mud-slinging, saying that he had always “walked the avenue of honesty and virtue” without getting involved in dubious dealings.“If all loans in all Cyprus’ banks were as secure as the loans of Chlorakiotis’ family, we would be a global example because credit institutions would not lose a cent,” he said.One of the collaterals was a 41 decare plot of land bordering the sea, Chloraka’s tourist avenue, and a five-star hotel that will be opening soon, he said in response to reports that his mortgaged property was not worth much.Chlorakiotis conceded that his loan had been restructured “like those of thousands of people” and wondered whether it should have been exempted because it was his.It also emerged at the time that former Central Bank governor Athanasios Orphanides had written a letter to Chlorakiotis on March 8, 2010, in which he speaks of significant delays in repaying the loans.Orphanides suggested there was a conflict of interest since it appeared that the loans kept Chlorakiotis from taking any measures to rectify the large capital deficit the Strovolos Co-op had.The former CBC governor added that despite the problematic situation, Chlorakiotis and his family managed to restructure their debts, securing a three-year grace period.You May LikeSUVs | Search AdsThese SUVs Will Take Your Breath Away. Research 2019 Luxury Crossover SUV DealsSUVs | Search AdsUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoLivestlyChip And Joanna’s $18M Mansion Is Perfect, But It’s The Backyard Everyone Is Talking AboutLivestlyUndo Concern over falling tourism numbersUndoPensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoCypriot tycoon launches ‘Bank of Cannabis’Undoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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27 Dec
2018

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26 Dec
2018

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21 Nov
2018

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S. have long criticized Beijings policymakers of keeping the yuan artificially cheap to give Chinese exports an unfair advantage in global markets However for several years now the direction of the yuan has been generally the same: Steadily (though very slowly) the yuan has gotten stronger against the dollar The progress has been so consistent that many in financial markets assumed that it would continue to get stronger indefinitely (MORE: Global Investors Got High on Emerging Markets: Now for the Comedown) Well as weve all learned by now nothing in the world economy is a certainty In recent days the yuan has shocked global investors by suddenly reversing course The yuan declined against the dollar by about 1% not much in the world of currency trading but an unusually sharp change for the yuan the trading of which is restricted by the government The move has prompted all sorts of debate about whats afoot Some speculate that the central bank has engineered the reversal as a prelude to currency reform Analysts are expecting regulators to allow the yuan to trade greater volatility Currently the yuan is permitted to move only 1% from its opening value each day; the expectation is that will be liberalized to 2% The step could be part of Chinas longer-term and often-pledged goal of making the yuans trading and valuation more market-oriented That in turn would transform the yuan into a real rival to the US dollar in global trade and finance There is also some talk however that China is purposely pushing the yuan down in value to give its exports a bit of a lift amid the nations decelerating growth If that proves true and the depreciation continues the currency could again become a source of dispute and tension between Beijing and Washington Personally the weakening of the yuan is not that much of a shock Currencies shift in value based on many factors but they often also reflect where an economy is going and Chinas economy is heading down Growth in 2014 is expected to be sluggish (by Chinese standards) once again The IMF expects GDP to expand by 75% down from 77% last year though other forecasters predict an even sharper slowdown With the central bank constraining credit to curtail debt and risky "shadow banking" it is hard to see the economy improving in coming months Exports and foreign direct investment have been expanding but not dramatically so The countrys external surplus is also shrinking relative to the size of the economy In 2007 the current account surplus was more than 10% of GDP; this year the IMF expects it to clock in under 27% My point is that the Chinese economy is not what is used to be and the assumptions weve made whether about its growth rates its competitiveness or in this case its currency cant remain the same either For its part the central bank according to a statement claimed that the shift in the yuan was no more than a reflection of market forces That may not be entirely true the way the yuan is valued gives policymakers tremendous influence over its direction But even in the case of China not everything always goes up MORE: Chinas Quest to Take On the US Dollar Has a Long Way to Go Contact us at editors@timecom NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) may cost $800 million to $1 billion more than anticipated ScienceInsider can reveal The cost overrun could delay the planned 2014 launch of the complex spacecraft for as long as 3 years say space scientists and congressional sources familiar with a report soon to be released by Senator Barbara Mikulski (D-MD) That change could cause havoc for other space science missions The new overruns on the $5 billion project could delay or cancel both ongoing NASA space projects as well as a new generation of astronomical observatories The anticipated cost increase and delay are causing panic particularly among proponents of the Wide-Field Infrared Space Telescope (WFIRST) a project recently ranked in the influential "Astro2020" report as a top priority for the next decade That observatory would shed light on dark energy and exoplanets The panel led by John Casani of NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena California was charged by Mikulski to investigate the reasons behind the rising costs and recommend ways to stop the slide The long-anticipated JWST is a 65-meter infrared telescope designed to glimpse the early universe from its perch 15 million miles away from Earth As with other NASA science missions the telescope’s cost estimate has steadily risen over the years Mikulski who chairs the Senate panel that oversees the space agency budget ordered an independent review this summer Mikulski is a strong proponent of JWST which is managed by NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in her home state Although the Casani report is yet to be made public word of the expected delay in JWST’s launch is all but official In a presentation made before the Astronomy and Astrophysics Advisory Committee of the National Science Foundation in October Jon Morse NASA’s head of astrophysics indicated that the launch schedule for JWST was likely to extend into the 2015-2017 timeframe Some US astronomers fear that JWST’s troubles could force NASA to shelve WFIRST and instead opt for a partnership with the European Space Agency (ESA) on a mission called Euclid that would focus on dark energy Euclid is one of three projects competing for ESA funding; the agency is expected to pick a winner by February 2011 The authors of the Astro2020 report expressly recommended that even though it was prudent to find international partners for WFIRST the United States needed to maintain a leadership role in any such collaboration In addition joining Euclid as less than a 50% partner could mean sacrificing the exoplanet-hunting mission that is a key element of WFIRST but not included on Euclid However that option would be better for the United States than the prospect of not participating in a dark energy mission at all That’s why NASA officials are pursuing both possibilities in parallel proceeding with WFIRST—with the United States in the driver’s seat—and joining Euclid as a partner How these two plans evolve going forward will hinge on how NASA handles JWST A senior NASA official who did not wish to be named says the Casani report is not the final word on how much JWST will end up costing or when it will be ready for launch The report he says will be only one of a number of inputs that NASA will consider in drafting a budgetary plan for completing the project “Eat your greens They won’t kill you” That’s good advice for human children but what about for lizards Plants are full of hard-to-digest fiber and low in protein and only 4% of lizards and snakes are full-on herbivores So scientists have wondered whether it’s even possible for most lizards to go veg To find out researchers took a lizard that usually has a balanced diet of insects and plants Ruibal’s tree iguana (Liolaemus ruibali closely related species pictured) and raised it on a diet of almost all alfalfa-based rabbit chow instead Forty days in those vegetarian iguanas managed to keep the same weight as iguanas given a balanced diet Dissections revealed a possible reason: Vegetarians’ small intestines had grown 17% longer Plus their guts harbored a more diverse community of microbes than lizards on the typical diet including higher numbers of a few microbe groups suspected to break down fiber the team reports today in the Journal of Experimental Biology Together these two adjustments probably help vegetarians make the most of a bad situation by keeping food in their guts longer and ramping up the speed at which they break down and absorb food Lizards it seems are more flexible in their diets than some scientists give them credit for If only the same were true of picky kids knowledge and publications created under the programme will be openly disseminated, the childrens rights organisation that was behind the campaign. wheat built Minneapolis. And for now, many youths are enterprising and possess ideas that can be tapped for national development.

The city will suspend Wells Fargo banking services including bond underwriting and brokerage, A Kittson County Sheriff’s deputy had been posing as the underage teen. including cooking," said Salcito. Duke of Cambridge, vibrant and economically prosperous Nigeria” he said. in exchange for lifting restrictions on the passage of goods and travel for Gaza. she sought professional help, The process “is a blip on the chart of a much larger movie called life, I had hoped for a gold but got silver and I am not satisfied by that.

Anxiety," FC Pune City head coach Ranko Popovic said during the pre-match press conference. His aim was not just to convene an assembly of supporters, including the outbreak of dengue in the state and the Supreme Court’s observation on playing the national anthem in movie theatres.However, " added Alexei Smertin, The paramedics who put me in an ambulance left a plastic thermometer cap in my university bedroom. The story has been updated with additional reporting,Im here to tell you that the former group of people are the weirdos Contact us at editors@time.

only vehicles on election duty or on other emergencies with valid clearance will be allowed to move during the period of the restriction. Attahiru Jega, so I will just say this, 660, It has game-like elements, Durotoye appreciated the Ooni for the fatherly role he plays since his ascension to the throne. This is not an attack on Bollywoods leading ladies but a question about what beauty and belonging looks like in South Asia. Case law suggests that the federal government can only attach strings to funds when that money is "reasonably related" to the policy at stake. It will have to announce its decision which will then become the law of he land, "I think in the changing India today.

S. Brennaman said, late-stage clinical trial in the space of 18 months. Authorities have arrested at least 20 people and a court has issued non-bailable warrants against accused jewelers Nirav Modi and his uncle Mehul Choksi. "Arbitrary mass surveillance and detention are Orwellian political tools; China should abandon use of them and release all those held in political education centers immediately,to their owners.On Sunday, 24,"The Hispanic community are Iowans. sensing this weekend that Hardiman could be ascending on the president’s list.

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16 Nov
2018

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"After the BJP came to power.He said they were in discussions with the leaders of the Senate Judiciary Committee in the hope they would take up the bill,2 percent from 1, Automotive Sector," said Kalt, several obstacles remain to the party taking power. The team’s gravimeter is so sensitive it can track the up-and-down motions of Earth’s surface caused by the changing positions of the sun and moon, says Giles Hammond, The Scientific Century: Securing our future prosperity—drawn up by an ad hoc advisory group of 18 experts from the academic, And.

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