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Monday, June 18 2018

Correction: Reassessment of long circulation via monitoring of integral polymeric nanoparticles justifies a more accurate understanding

Citation: Nanoscale Horiz. , 2018, Advance Article Open access: Request permissions Correction: Reassessment of long circulation via monitoring of integral polymeric nanoparticles justifies a more accurate understanding H. He, S. Jiang, Y. Xie, Y. Lu, J. Qi, X. Dong, W. Zhao, Z. Yin and W. Wu, Nanoscale Horiz. , 2018, Advance Article , DOI: 10.1039/C8NH90013B This article is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported Licence . Material from this article can be used in other publications provided that the correct acknowledgement is given with the reproduced material. Reproduced material should be attributed as follows: For reproduction of material from NJC: [Original citation] - Published by The Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) on behalf of the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS) and the RSC. For reproduction of material from PCCP: [Original citation] - Published by the PCCP Owner Societies. For reproduction of material from PPS: [Original citation] - Published by The Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) on behalf of the European Society for Photobiology, the European Photochemistry Association, and RSC. For reproduction of material from all other RSC journals: [Original citation] - Published by The Royal Society of Chemistry. Information about reproducing material from RSC articles with different licences is available on our Permission Requests page . Search articles by author

‘Gotti’ received a 0% on Rotten Tomatoes and the reviews are brutal (12 Photos)

Tuesday, June 19 2018

‘Gotti’ received a 0% on Rotten Tomatoes and the reviews are brutal (12 Photos)

0 1 The mobster movie Gotti follows the rise of New York crime boss John Gotti. After the premiere of the film last week, the reviews are not looking good. Out of the 18 approved “Tomato Critics,” none of them gave Gotti a positive score. Although the critics didn’t like the movie, the audience score is a currently sitting at 78%. The Tomatometer score is based on “opinions of hundreds of film and television critics — is a trusted measurement of critical recommendation for millions of fans. It represents the percentage of professional critic reviews that are positive for a given film or television show.” 2

Trump's 'Zero-Tolerance' Immigration Policy Is Tearing Families Like These Apart

Tuesday, June 19 2018

Trump's 'Zero-Tolerance' Immigration Policy Is Tearing Families Like These Apart

Trump's 'Zero-Tolerance' Immigration Policy Is Tearing Families Like These Apart Nick Wing • June 18, 2018 Last week, Getty photographer John Moore snapped a picture of a despondent Honduran girl sobbing as a U.S. Border Patrol agent frisked her mother near the U.S.-Mexico border. Major newspapers splashed the photo of the 2-year-old on their front pages, where it quickly became a symbol of the Trump administration’s policy of systematically separating child migrants from their parents. (It’s not immediately clear what happened to the unidentified child and her mother.) This is Trump’s America. What’s going to happen to this 2-year-old Honduran girl? The new policy is to separate her from her mother. Shame!!! pic.twitter.com/vy6HtRupQE — JORGE RAMOS (@jorgeramosnews) June 14, 2018 Wow. What a powerful and heartbreaking front page. 'A 2-year-old Honduran girl cries as her mother is detained near the Mexican border in McAllen, Texas.' pic.twitter.com/FAjDWN0FCc — Nooruddean (@BeardedGenius) June 16, 2018 The young Honduran child is just one of many to cross the border in search of asylum in recent years. Many individuals and families have fled their homes in Central America due to political instability and violence. As the photos below demonstrate, this pattern of migration is nothing new. What’s changed is how the Trump administration has decided to respond to it. Last month, Trump administration officials announced a “zero-tolerance” policy in which they would begin prosecuting adult border-crossers for the misdemeanor crime of illegal entry while routing their children into the care of the Office of Refugee Resettlement. Some of these kids have ended up in separate detention facilities far from their parents. Nearly 2,000 children have already been removed from their families as a result of the administration’s policy, and hundreds more are being pried away each week. The photos below show families and children that have attempted to cross the U.S.-Mexico border since 2017. Several reportedly turned themselves in to U.S. Border Patrol, and their current status isn’t known. As families like these continue to attempt to cross the border, often under desperate circumstances, they will face possible separation due to the Trump administration’s “zero tolerance” policy. (Loren Elliott / Reuters) More Undocumented immigrants who turned themselves in after crossing the border from Mexico into the U.S. await processing near McAllen, Texas, on April 2, 2018. (Loren Elliott / Reuters) Families who crossed the border near McAllen, Texas, on May 9, 2018. (John Moore via Getty Images) More A U.S. Border Patrol spotlight shines on a mother and son from Honduras on June 12, 2018, in McAllen, Texas. (John Moore via Getty Images) More Central Americans seeking asylum wait as U.S. Border Patrol agents take them into custody on June 12, 2018, near McAllen, Texas. (John Moore via Getty Images) More A Honduran mother stands with her family at the U.S.-Mexico border fence on Feb. 22, 2018, near Penitas, Texas. (John Moore via Getty Images) More U.S. Border Patrol agents take a Central American family into custody on June 12, 2018 near McAllen, Texas. (John Moore via Getty Images) More U.S. Border Patrol agents take a father and son from Honduras into custody near the U.S.-Mexico border on June 12, 2018, near Mission, Texas. (John Moore via Getty Images) More A Central American family waits to be taken into custody on June 12, 2018, near McAllen, Texas. (John Moore via Getty Images) More Central American migrants wait as U.S. Border Patrol agents take people into custody on June 12, 2018, near McAllen, Texas. (John Moore via Getty Images) More Two women and a child who crossed the border on Feb. 22, 2018, near McAllen, Texas. (John Moore via Getty Images) More A Honduran child who crossed the U.S.-Mexico border with her family on Jan. 4, 2017, near McAllen, Texas. (John Moore via Getty Images) More U.S. Border Patrol agents take Central American immigrants, including this young child, into custody on Jan. 4, 2017, near McAllen, Texas. (John Moore via Getty Images) More A Honduran woman and child on Jan. 4, 2017, near McAllen, Texas. (John Moore via Getty Images) More A U.S. Border Patrol agent checks birth certificates while taking Central American immigrants into detention on Jan. 4, 2017, near McAllen, Texas. (Loren Elliott / Reuters) Adults and children await processing near McAllen, Texas, on April 2, 2018. (Loren Elliott / Reuters) More Guatemalan immigrant families turn themselves in to U.S. Border Patrol near McAllen, Texas, on May 8, 2018. (John Moore via Getty Images) More U.S. Border Patrol agents take Central American immigrants into custody on Jan. 4, 2017, near McAllen, Texas. This article originally appeared on HuffPost .

KPMG's audit quality 'unacceptable,' UK regulator says

Tuesday, June 19 2018

KPMG's audit quality 'unacceptable,' UK regulator says

KPMG's audit quality 'unacceptable,' UK regulator says Published 8 Logo of KPMG, a professional service company, is seen at the company's head offices at La Defense business and financial district in Courbevoie near Paris May 16, 2018. — Reuters pic LONDON, June 19 — KPMG’s audit work in the UK is of an unacceptable standard and the firm will face increased scrutiny, Britain’s accounting regulator said. Auditors at KPMG don’t challenge management enough, aren’t sufficiently skeptical and are inconsistent in their execution of audits, according to the report by the Financial Reporting Council. The decline in quality over the last five years “is unacceptable and reflects badly” on efforts by previous leadership to improve the work, the watchdog said. UK auditors are facing increased scrutiny as lawmakers renew calls for competition authorities to consider a breakup of the so-called “Big Four” accountancy firms. A parliamentary report last month criticised KPMG, Deloitte, EY and PwC, along with banks and other advisers, for poor oversight of Carillion Plc, a collapsed British firm that constructed and managed government projects. A review of 16 audits carried out on firms in the FTSE 350 index by the FRC found that half required some or significant improvement. To address the poor performance, the regulator will increase the number of KPMG audits it inspects in the current financial year by 25 per cent. The accountancy firm has established a board sub-committee to oversee audit quality to try to improve, according to the report yesterday. A message left with KPMG wasn’t immediately returned. — Bloomberg Related Articles

Sheffield United: Dean Henderson sets his sights on Steel City derbies against Sheffield Wednesday after signing on loan at Bramall Lane

Monday, June 18 2018

Sheffield United: Dean Henderson sets his sights on Steel City derbies against Sheffield Wednesday after signing on loan at Bramall Lane

Sign Up To Our Sheffield Wednesday Newsletter Sign up Have your say Dean Henderson admits he can't wait to lock horns with Sheffield United's Steel City rivals Wednesday after signing on loan for the Blades. Henderson will compete with Simon Moore for the No.1 shirt next season after agreeing a season-long switch to Bramall Lane, and admits he wants to build on the success of last season when he helped Shrewsbury to the League One play-off final at Wembley and was named in the PFA's team of the year. “It’s in the division above and showing that progression by going on to the next bigger stage, in front of 30,000 passionate fans at Bramall Lane," Henderson said. "I can’t wait to go there and perform and connect with them. I’m sure it will be a successful season. “Sheffield United are a massive club and it’s a massive city for football. They’ve got that rivalry with Sheffield Wednesday and I’m looking forward to those games coming up as well. I can’t wait to get there and push up the division.” "This is a big one for us, as Dean was certainly a target for rival clubs in our division," Blades boss Chris Wilder said. "It is a position you've got to get right in terms of not only ability, but character too and we have no doubt following chats between myself, Dean and Darren Ward, that we've got both. Dean is a confident boy, who has proved himself wherever he has been. He is positive and most importantly a winner and he will handle the pressure of coming here. "He had a fantastic season for Shrewsbury, playing a starring role in what they achieved last year, and he is someone we've tracked for quite a while now. "We're well stocked now in what is a crucial department at any level and we've got very healthy competition for that number one jersey." Follow Us On

Recording captures cries of children separated from parents at US border

Tuesday, June 19 2018

Recording captures cries of children separated from parents at US border

Recording captures cries of children separated from parents at US border Julia Carrie Wong • June 18, 2018 Audio obtained by ProPublica contains voices of Central American children as anger grows over Trump’s ‘zero tolerance’ policy Audio obtained by the investigative news outlet ProPublica captures the heartrending cries of 10 Central American children after they were taken from their parents by immigration authorities at the border last week. The children are just 10 of about 2,000 who have been separated from their families since the Trump administration began enforcing a “ zero-tolerance ” policy at the border, sending every unauthorized border crosser – including asylum seekers – to jail to face prosecution while their children are placed in government care. Amid growing outrage from the public and elected officials, the government has begun providing the press limited access to view the shelters and cages where the children are being held. But the audio published by ProPublica provides another dimension to the portrait of these unaccompanied minors, who have not been allowed to speak to journalists. “I don’t want them to stop my father,” one child cries. “I don’t want them to deport him.” The audio was recorded inside a US Customs and Border Protection detention facility, according to ProPublica. The person who recorded the audio told the publication that the children on the recording were between four and 10 years old and had been held at the detention center for less than 24 hours. One of the children, a six-year-old from El Salvador, according to ProPublica, rattles off the phone number of her aunt. “Are you going to call my aunt so that when I’m done eating, she can pick me up?” the child asks in Spanish. Contacted by ProPublica, the aunt said: “I know she’s not an American citizen, but she’s a human being. She’s a child. How can they treat her this way?” Throughout the recording, which is nearly eight minutes long, consular workers can be heard speaking with the children. At one point, amid a chorus of cries, a male Border Patrol agent speaks up as well. “Well, we have an orchestra here,” he joked in Spanish. “What we’re missing is a conductor.” The recording was released on a day when the Trump administration struggled to articulate a justification for a policy that has been condemned by human rights and child welfare advocates, religious leaders, Democrats, and a growing number of Republicans. “I challenge anyone in the Trump Administration to listen to this audio and defend the child separation policy,” tweeted Senator Jeff Merkley of Oregon. Merkley helped draw attention to the plight of the migrant children when he tried – and failed – to tour one of the detention centers where they are being held earlier this month. I challenge anyone in the Trump Administration to listen to this audio and defend the child separation policy. https://t.co/akePrmBIZJ pic.twitter.com/SSIgGq8fPZ — Senator Jeff Merkley (@SenJeffMerkley) June 18, 2018 Four former first ladies – Rosalynn Carter, Laura Bush, Michelle Obama and Hillary Clinton – have condemned the policy, and every Democratic senator has signed on to a bill to ban family separation at the border. Secretary of homeland security Kirstjen Nielsen defended the administration’s policy during a speech in New Orleans on Monday, saying: “We will not apologize for the job we do, or for the job law enforcement does, for doing the job that the American people expect us to do.” At a press briefing in Washington later on Monday, Nielsen claimed not to have heard the audio of the migrant children calling “Mami!” and “Papá”, though a reporter in the briefing room played the footage aloud.

Melania calls for end to Trump's separation policy | Loop PNG

Tuesday, June 19 2018

Melania calls for end to Trump's separation policy | Loop PNG

US First Lady Melania Trump has called for an end to the policy of separating parents and children illegally entering the country from Mexico. Mrs Trump "believes we need to be a country that follows all laws, but also a country that governs with heart," her spokeswoman said. Her comments follow growing controversy over President Donald Trump's "zero-tolerance" policy. In a recent six-week period there were nearly 2,000 family separations. Adults who try to cross the border, many planning to seek asylum, are placed in custody and face criminal prosecution for illegal entry. As a result, hundreds of minors are now being housed in detention centres, and kept away from their parents - a policy which rights groups have criticised as unprecedented. In her rare intervention, Mrs Trump said she "hates to see children separated from their families and hopes both sides of the aisle [Republicans and Democrats in Congress] can finally come together to achieve successful immigration reform". Mr Trump has blamed a law "Democrats gave us" for the policy, but it is unclear what law he is referring to. In a tweet on Saturday he urged Democrats to work with Republicans to create new laws. Source: RNZ Pacific

Sheffield United confirm first signing of the summer as Manchester United starlet arrives at Bramall Lane

Monday, June 18 2018

Sheffield United confirm first signing of the summer as Manchester United starlet arrives at Bramall Lane

Sheffield Sheffield United confirm first signing of the summer as Manchester United starlet arrives at Bramall Lane Sorry, we're having problems with our video player at the moment, but are working to fix it as soon as we can Waiting for Video... Updated: 16:40 Monday 18 June 2018 Share this article Sign Up To Our Sheffield United Newsletter Sign up Have your say Sheffield United have signed Manchester United goalkeeper Dean Henderson on a season-long loan. The Blades announced the signing of Henderson this afternoon after the stopper extended his contract at Old Trafford until 2020. The 21-year-old spent last season on loan at Shrewsbury Town in League One and played 48 times, including the play-off final against Rotherham United at Wembley. Henderson saved David Ball's early penalty but eventually ended up on the losing side. "This is a big one for us, as Dean was certainly a target for rival clubs in our division," Blades boss Chris Wilder said. "It is a position you've got to get right in terms of not only ability, but character too and we have no doubt following chats between myself, Dean and Darren Ward, that we've got both. "Dean is a confident boy, who has proved himself wherever he has been. He is positive and most importantly a winner and he will handle the pressure of coming here. Bramall Lane "He had a fantastic season for Shrewsbury, playing a starring role in what they achieved last year, and he is someone we've tracked for quite a while now. "We're well stocked now in what is a crucial department at any level and we've got very healthy competition for that number one jersey." The move for Henderson likely ends Jamal Blackman's hopes of a return to Bramall Lane. The Chelsea youngster spent last season on loan in South Yorkshire and is known to have been keen on a return, but Henderson will instead compete with Simon Moore for the No.1 shirt when the season kicks off again in August. Dean Henderson in action for Shrewsbury Follow Us On

Sheffield United: New boy Dean Henderson reveals why he picked the Blades for season-long loan deal from Manchester United

Monday, June 18 2018

Sheffield United: New boy Dean Henderson reveals why he picked the Blades for season-long loan deal from Manchester United

Sheffield United: New boy Dean Henderson reveals why he picked the Blades for season-long loan deal from Manchester United Dean Henderson Published: 16:38 Monday 18 June 2018 Share this article Sign Up To Our Sheffield United Newsletter Sign up Have your say Bramall Lane new boy Dean Henderson has revealed how he did his homework on manager Chris Wilder before agreeing to join Sheffield United on loan. The 21-year-old goalkeeper was named in the PFA's League One team of the season last term after helping Shrewsbury to the play-off final at Wembley, and this afternoon signed a season-long loan deal in the Championship with the Blades. And Henderson revealed how he canvassed opinion from another player who made the temporary switch from Old Trafford to South Yorkshire ahead of the move. "I spoke to Joe Riley last night about the manager,” Henderson said. “He spoke really highly of him and, speaking to Chris Wilder, he has come across as really delighted to have me. It was a no-brainer and it gives me the platform to go there, play games and, hopefully, be a key part of the success there next season. “I like the fact he’s a Sheffield lad and a Sheffield United fan. He is really passionate about where he wants the club to go and he wants hungry, ambitious young players to help him do that. It’s good as I’m an ambitious lad and, hopefully, we’ll hit it off well.” Riley's loan spell at Bramall Lane was cut short by injury, and he left Old Trafford last month to join Bradford City. Follow Us On

Sheffield United: Why Sheffield United should hang on to their prized asset David Brooks... at (almost) any cost

Monday, June 18 2018

Sheffield United: Why Sheffield United should hang on to their prized asset David Brooks... at (almost) any cost

Sheffield Sheffield United: Why Sheffield United should hang on to their prized asset David Brooks... at (almost) any cost Sorry, we're having problems with our video player at the moment, but are working to fix it as soon as we can Waiting for Video... Published: 15:16 Monday 18 June 2018 Share this article Sign Up To Our Sheffield United Newsletter Sign up Have your say As we met in the Copthorne Hotel next to Sheffield United's Bramall Lane home, David Brooks sipped on a Lucozade and worked his way through a packet of chewing gum as he discussed his past, the present and his future. We met in early April, when Brooks had made his long-awaited return from glandular fever and was steadily being introduced back into the first-team fold. Boss Chris Wilder and the United medical staff were keen not to rush him too soon, and risk a relapse. Brooks, mature beyond his years at just 20 years old, spoke about his rejection from Manchester City and how he bounced back to become a Wales international, after settling just over the Pennines at United, for my book on Wilder's Blades revolution. Unsurprisingly, one Sunday afternoon in September featured prominently as Brooks linked up superbly with Leon Clarke, embarrassed Jack Hunt on Sky Sports and walked away from Hillsborough with the man of the match award from that 4-2 victory. It is moments like that, when Brooks showed up on the biggest stage, in the most vociferous of atmospheres and stuck the ball through Hunt's legs, that stick in the mind, and get fans off their seats. Which is why last weekend, with newspaper speculation suggesting Bournemouth had made a £12m bid for the Welsh international, I suggested on Twitter that, purely from the point of view of watching him play, I hope he isn't sold. The response, for me, was fascinating. As ever with a football opinion on Twitter, some agreed and others didn't, which is fair enough. The absence of insults and swearing made it even better. But opinion seemed to be divided, and some interesting points were raised. My main one was that, as a journalist who first saw Brooks glide across the mud at Stocksbridge for United's U23s, I think he is a joy to watch. His attitude hadn't changed from playing in front of 300 people when he stepped out in front of 30,000, and the kid just a) loves to play football and have the ball at his feet, and b) shows no fear. Along with his sharp brain and even sharper feet, it can be a deadly combination. David Brooks But, of course, I write from a relatively safe position; in that, unlike Kevin McCabe and Prince Abdullah, I am not in charge of a loss-making football club and don't have to fund the deficit every year from my own pocket. It's not a particularly glamorous way to look at football - that sometimes players have to be sold to keep the lights on - but nonetheless it's an important part of the bigger picture. To that end, it's also unlikely that if, say Brooks was sold for £12m, we'd see Wilder handed that amount to spend in the market. And even if he was, signing a £12m player would come with the associated wage demands of a £12m player, so in even the best-case scenario United would arguably worse off. Wilder's transfer record since taking over has been good, but with any player there are no guarantees. The higher the fee, the greater that risk can be. Much has also been made of Wilder's increased budget for the new campaign, rightly inflated after last season's valiant assault on the play-offs, but it still seems inconceivable that he has the resources to bring in players valued in the eight-figure bracket. In Brooks, he already has one. Of the fans advocating cashing in on the club's biggest asset, the main reasons seem to be the risk that he doesn't kick on, and the fact that he isn't a certain starter in any position for United. Both are valid points but on the balance of probabilities, and especially as he trains every so often with the Wales national squad, Brooks will only get better, rather than regress. He will grow with experience of being around the first-team picture, and confidence as he becomes a more integral part of the squad - as I believe he would if he had not seen his season disrupted entirely by glandular fever. United's co-owners Prince Abdullah and Kevin McCabe Versatility, too, has rarely been known to hamper any player. United's coaching staff admit they are still unsure about Brooks' best position, but in the 3-5-2 system they play so well there are only two real choices - as a No.10 or a second striker, unless a slight tweak in formation sees Brooks and Mark Duffy both deployed as No.10s behind a main striker. Not many Championship defences, for my money, would fancy facing that. The final decision on Brooks' future, of course, is out of the hands of the supporters and media and if he is indeed sold, this summer or any other, it seems imperative that United learn the lessons of the past. The presence of two graduates from their academy, Kyle Walker and Harry Maguire, in England's World Cup squad suggest they were dramatically undersold for around £3m each, although other factors including length of contract and divisional status always influence deals. United, based on last season's showing, are a top-10 Championship club at least and Brooks is under contract for a lengthy period of time. Neither suggest the panic button should be pressed just yet. If it is, the valuations of fellow Championship attackers James Maddison and Jack Grealish, in the £20m-£30m bracket, should offer some sort of guideline. Is it any coincidence that speculation over Bournemouth's Brooks bid has trickled out so soon after the youngster changed his agent? It's impossible to tell. But for once, United appear to be in a relatively strong bargaining position with one of their young stars and despite all the talk in modern day football of 'player power', it is still they who hold the player's registration - so any deal done should be for their benefit, and theirs alone. Brooks in action against Premier League side Leicester Follow Us On

Video: Why Sheffield Wedneday's hopes next season could hinge on Fernando Forestieri staying fit

Monday, June 18 2018

Video: Why Sheffield Wedneday's hopes next season could hinge on Fernando Forestieri staying fit

Sheffield Video: Why Sheffield Wedneday's hopes next season could hinge on Fernando Forestieri staying fit Sorry, we're having problems with our video player at the moment, but are working to fix it as soon as we can Waiting for Video... Published: 14:28 Monday 18 June 2018 Share this article Sign Up To Our Daily Newsletter Sign up Have your say 'Game-changer' Fernando Forestieri has been tipped to put his Sheffield Wednesday injury troubles behind him and reignite the Owls' promotion spark next season. The forward came good towards the end of last term after a long spell out following knee surgery, scoring five goals in eight Championship appearances. Fernando Forestieri Former player Jon Newsome believes the 28-year-old will be the main man in the 2018/19 campaign as the club look to launch an assault on the top six for the third time in four years. "When you get players like Forestieri back fit, it's like having a new signing," said Newsome who watches his old side home and away. "It's so important to have him fit. "When he came back at the end of last season, he was like the Forestieri of old. He had that spark and that connection with the supporters again. It was great. "He scored one or two great goals and there were some fantastic performances. Is that coincidence or the impact of the new manager (Jos Luhukay) or just the circumstances that he's happy to be back playing again and is giving it his all? Who's to know? But whatever it was, it was working." Forestieri on the scoresheet Forestieri was an immediate hit when he arrived at Hillsborough from Watford in 2015 and scored 15 goals in 39 outings in his first season. The Argentine angered supporters when he refused to travel with the squad to Norwich City the following year but still found the net 12 times in 38 games, before last season was a virtual write-off until the end of March because of his knee problem. His end-of-season form was a big factor in the Owls ending a disappointing campaign on a high note, leading Newsome to predict a similar impact when league action kicks off again in August. "He should be a key player," the ex-centre-half said. "He's a game-changer. His workrate off the ball is as good as what he does on the ball. "When players like him are on their game and working hard, chasing people down, it becomes infectious. Other players will work off that. "He's the one who created the spark for that to happen when he came back from his injury. I think that's what we lacked last season. He above anyone else, I think, can get the team going." Newsome reckons two more players who had injury issues last term, midfielders Barry Bannan and Sam Hutchinson, could also make the Owls immeasurably stronger. "I think Bannan on his day is a huge player for Wednesday," he said. "If he gets the ball in the right position and the team is playing the right way, he can unlock doors for you. "Hutchinson, when he's fit, can go and put in a couple of big tackles and win the ball back. He can be very forceful in the way he plays and that lifts the crowd as well."

Came third beta version of iOS and macOS 11.4.1 10.13.6

Tuesday, June 19 2018

Came third beta version of iOS and macOS 11.4.1 10.13.6

apple news, ios 10 and ios 11, imac – ipad / iphone 5, iphone 6, iphone 7, iphone 8 X Came third beta version of iOS and macOS 11.4.1 10.13.6 19.06.2018 apleapplekot 0 Comments Apple has released iOS beta 3 11.4.1 and macOS 10.13.6 beta 3 for developers. Firmware for smart phones and tablets can install all registered developers. For this you need to load the appropriate device profile. Then restart it and enter the menu “software Update” in settings. To install the firmware on the computer also need to install the developer profile and follow the instructions that will appear on the screen with the installer. 11.4.1 in iOS beta 3 and beta 3 macOS 10.13.6 until it was discovered of any significant changes. Perhaps the Apple engineers are still perfecting the system, focusing on fixing bugs and improving performance. When will the final version of the firmware is unknown. Most likely, these two will be the last release for iOS 11 and the time remaining until September, engineers will devote to work on iOS 12, which was announced at WWDC 2018. Follow the news of the Apple in our Telegram-channel, as well as in the app on iOS MacDigger.

World Cup: What former Sheffield Wednesday boss Howard Wilkinson makes of Gareth Southgate and England

Monday, June 18 2018

World Cup: What former Sheffield Wednesday boss Howard Wilkinson makes of Gareth Southgate and England

World Cup: What former Sheffield Wednesday boss Howard Wilkinson makes of Gareth Southgate and England Gareth Southgate Published: 00:00 Monday 18 June 2018 Share this article Sign Up To Our Sheffield Wednesday Newsletter Sign up Have your say Nineteen months ago, Howard Wilkinson was part of a five-man selection panel who interviewed Gareth Southgate for the England job at St George’s Park. Together with Football Association chiefs Dan Ashworth, Martin Glenn and Greg Clarke and former England defender Graeme le Saux, Wilkinson decided Southgate was the right man to revive the national team’s fortunes. Howard Wilkinson Some people questioned the appointment and pointed to Southgate’s lack of managerial experience. Some feared he would not be able to hack it at the highest level. But since the debacle of the European Championship in 2016 when England humiliatingly exited the tournament after a 2-1 defeat to Iceland, Southgate has ushered in a new generation and restored national pride. Speaking exclusively to The Star, ex-Sheffield Wednesday player, manager and chairman Wilkinson said: “I think that Gareth has managed the public’s expectations very, very well since becoming England manager. “He is a terrific manager. He is open-minded and wants to learn and get better. “Gareth would never claim he is the be all and end all in terms of management just because he is in charge of England.” Southgate has barely put a foot wrong since succeeding Sam Allardyce but his managerial credentials will be put under the microscope tonight when England begin their World Cup campaign against Tunisia. Regardless of how England perform in Russia, Wilkinson hopes the FA will stick with Southgate. “I was part of that small panel who decided to appoint Gareth and I said he has to be in this job for six years minimum,” said Wilkinson, who is no stranger to the England set-up, having been in charge of two matches - a loss against France after Glenn Hoddle was axed and a draw against Finland after Kevin Keegan resigned from his post. “Gareth will get better and the players will get better. He will make the most of what he has got at his disposal,” he said. “He understands what he has got to do and that is to be the same Gareth Southgate who has got England to Russia. You can’t influence what is going on that is not in his sphere and he understands that. “Hopefully he will get the time to put his stamp on the side and do what he wants to do.” England’s preparations for the tournament could not have gone much better. Not only does Southgate have the luxury of a full complement of 23 players to choose from, there is a feel-good factor around the camp following warm-up wins in their friendlies against Nigeria and Costa Rica. It is a young, inexperienced squad that has travelled to Russia but one-time FA technical director Wilkinson is backing them to blossom. He said: “England will acquit themselves very well. The preparation has been excellent and this is a very good squad. I think the nice thing about the squad is it will get better. “I would say, on average, they have easily got another eight years playing at the top level in England. “Most of the squad have come through the youth teams and been part of the system which has been designed, at the end of the day, to produce better England players. “The fact that the competition is in the Northern Hemisphere is also important. That tends to be a big factor. Teams who play in the Northern Hemisphere tend to win games in the Northern Hemisphere and vice versa.” After their Group G opener with Tunisia, the Three Lions will take on Panama on June 24 and Belgium, one of the pre-tournamen favourites on June 28. “If they got to the quarter-finals, that would be fantastic,” said Wilkinson, who led the Owls to promotion to Division One in 1984. “If you are in the last eight, you are in with a shout and history shows that. “Anything can happen in knockout football. The hard bit is qualifying and getting through the group.”

World Cup 2018: England manager Gareth Southgate's honest response after being in frame for Sheffield United job

Monday, June 18 2018

World Cup 2018: England manager Gareth Southgate's honest response after being in frame for Sheffield United job

Sign Up To Our Sheffield United Newsletter Sign up Have your say Tonight, before England begin their World Cup campaign with a potentially awkward tie against Tunisia, Gareth Southgate will probably take a moment to reflect upon his journey from youth team player with Crystal Palace to Three Lions manager. But had he chosen a different path, the former defender could have found himself over 4,000 miles away at Bramall Lane rather than inside the Volgograd Arena’s technical area. Five summers ago, in 2013, Southgate was offered the chance to take charge of Sheffield United following talks with the club’s hierarchy. Still searching for work after parting company with Middlesbrough four years earlier, he emerged as Kevin McCabe’s preferred candidate to revive the team’s fortunes following a gut-wrenching defeat in the League One play-off semi-finals. It was an invitation Southgate seriously considered accepting before, after seven days of soul-searching, politely declining the offer. The catalyst for his decision was surprising. United’s version of events is at odds with those reported by the national media. But it also reveals why, six seasons later, he cuts such a purposeful figure. “We spoke to each other, Gareth was certainly in the frame,” a source close to the negotiation process said. “He was interested and, for a while, it looked as if something would be done. After really giving it real consideration, though, Gareth decided he perhaps wasn’t the right person for the job. He told us his knowledge of the division we were in at the time wasn’t really up to scratch, his career had been at a higher level and that was where his understanding was. The honesty was impressive.” United went on to appoint David Weir, Southgate became England’s under-21 coach and the rest, as they say, is history. Weir, among the most decorated Scottish players of his generation, was quickly sacked after failing to get to grips with third tier football and it was not until Chris Wilder’s arrival in 2016 that United, at the sixth time of asking, finally dragged themselves back into the Championship. Wilder was still settling into the role when Southgate was unveiled as Sam Allardyce’s successor. “Even back then, Gareth was obviously someone who was very self-aware,” the source added. “He knew what his strengths were but he also recognised his weaknesses and that’s clearly a good quality to have.” Follow Us On

Auckland autonomous vehicle maker scores Chinese investment

Tuesday, June 19 2018

Auckland autonomous vehicle maker scores Chinese investment

Facebook Auckland autonomous vehicle maker scores Chinese investment Ohmio Automotion will set up a manufacturing plant for autonomous vehicles and an artificial intelligence transport research centre in the Chinese city of Heshan Comments Autonomous vehicle developer Ohmio Automotion, a subsidiary of Auckland based intelligent transport systems company HMI Technologies, has scored a $US20m investment from Chinese city, Heshan and will set up a manufacturing plant for autonomous vehicles and an artificial intelligence transport research centre in the Chinese city of Heshan. The agreement was signed by the founder and chairman of HMI and Ohmio, Mohammed Hikmet, and the deputy director of the Heshan Industrial City Administration Committee, Wu Xiaoqing. It follows Ohmio in April announcing a deal to supply 150 Ohmio autonomous shuttles to the Korean company, Southwest Coast Enterprise City Development Co Ltd (SolaSeaDo). Hikmet said New Zealand Trade and Enterprise (NZTE), the New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (MFAT) and Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development (ATEED) had helped HMI Technologies/Ohmio score the deal with Heshan. “Without them it would have been very difficult to achieve what we have achieved today,” he said. Dean Zabrieszach, CEO of HMI Technologies/Ohmio, said the deal with Heshan would enable Ohmio to meet its mass production requirements inside and outside of Chins and boost its research activities by establishing an autonomous platform solution as part of an entire ecosystem. “While the R&D centre in New Zealand will continue to be the main one, we look forward to the Heshan centre starting as soon as possible, under the supervision of our key technology and artificial intelligence leaders in the company,” he said. Hikmet added: “Whilst this is an important milestone for the company, HMI Technologies/Ohmio regard it as a first step in the process of building the company as a global autonomous vehicle manufacturer. We will continue to work with NZTE, ATEED and MFAT to secure the company base in New Zealand and Australia, and to gain a foothold in other markets such as Europe and the US.” In March Ohmio started testing the Ohmio Lift — claimed to be the first NZ designed and built autonomous vehicle — on private roads at Christchurch Airport. HMI describes Ohmio as “a commercial company focused on the development and deployment of Level 4+ self drive vehicles” that has developed what it believes to be a world-leading self-driving system. It claims to have more than 30 developers and technical experts from around the world, nine of whom hold PhDs. According to the SAE’s definition of autonomous vehicles a Level 4 vehicle should be able to operate autonomously under most conditions and safely abort a trip if the driver fails to respond. A Level 3 vehicle relies on the driver responding if the autonomous system cannot cope and a Level 5 vehicle should operate without a human driver under all conditions that a human driver would normally encounter. Join the newsletter!