Apple Launches iPhone 12 Studio to Let You Virtually Try Out MagSafe Accessory Combinations

first_imgAre iPhone 12 mini, HomePod mini the Perfect Apple Devices for India? We discussed this on Orbital, our weekly technology podcast, which you can subscribe to via Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or RSS, download the episode, or just hit the play button below.For the latest tech news and reviews, follow Gadgets 360 on Twitter, Facebook, and Google News. For the latest videos on gadgets and tech, subscribe to our YouTube channel. Tanishka Sodhi Tanishka Sodhi is a sub-editor at Gadgets 360. As a journalist, she has covered education, culture, and media and mental health. She is interested in the intersection of technology and culture, and its impact on everyday lives. Tanishka is a staunch advocate of gender equality, and the correct use of commas. You can get in touch with her via Twitter at @tanishka_s2 or drop a mail at tanishkas@ndtv.com.More Apple has launched iPhone 12 Studio, a webpage that lets you virtually try different MagSafe accessories. The webpage can be accessed via iPhones and iPads. You can choose between iPhone 12 models and customise them with MagSafe case and wallet colour options. You can also save the look by naming it and return later to buy it. MagSafe uses magnets placed inside the iPhone to wirelessly charge the phone. Accessories like cases and wallets can also attach to the phones.The iPhone 12 Studio can be accessed by iPhones and iPads. On visiting the site, you can choose between iPhone 12 models – iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro, and iPhone 12 Pro Max. When you select a model, brief information about the iPhone will be displayed to you after which you can “scroll down to personalise” and tap on Design.- Advertisement – You can start by choosing the colour of the iPhone and then pick a colour for the MagSafe case or wallet from the available options. The changes will automatically reflect on the picture of the iPhone on your screen. You can keep mixing and matching colours until you find a combination you like. After this, Apple allows you to choose between viewing the final look in a stacked view or doubled-up view, following which you can add your name and download the image.The iPhone 12 Studio will allow users to experiment with colour combinations and give them to freedom to try on different MagSafe cases, even if only virtually. This will ensure that customer have a fair idea about how the new MagSafe accessory they have ordered will look with their new iPhone 12 models. Apple Watch Studio works similarly; customers are allowed to pick a model and customise it virtually.The MagSafe charger is available at Rs. 4,500 and can be purchased from the Apple Store online.- Advertisement –last_img read more

Topofthegame ruled out for the season | Racing News

first_img– Advertisement – “I’ve scratched him from the Betfair (Chase) and Ladbrokes Trophy as I’ve just had to draw stumps for the season with him,” said Nicholls on Monday.“The warning lights have been flashing for the last couple of weeks. I was not happy with him last week and we had the vet scan him today and although there is no tear he just needs more time to recover, so we will leave him for the rest of the season and get him back for next season.“He had the tendon injury last season and he is still not strong enough to do full training. If we had carried on he would have broken down, but as we have stopped there is a good chance we will get him back for next season.- Advertisement – Paul Nicholls has been forced to rule his classy chaser Topofthegame out for another season.Winner of the RSA Insurance Novices’ Chase at Cheltenham in 2019, Nicholls had high hopes he would develop into a Gold Cup contender last season.- Advertisement – “We had done everything can, but when the warning lights come on you simply have to stop and after having him scanned this morning it confirmed what myself and Clifford (Baker) thought.”The Betfair ambassador added: “It’s part and parcel of the game and he was always going to be difficult as he is so fragile, but hopefully we will get him back for another day. We have lots of other horses for these races, but I’m gutted for his owners.” However, as his preparation for last year’s Ladbrokes Trophy was stepping up a gear he was halted by a leg injury.While the problem was nothing too serious, Nicholls felt a year on the sidelines would give him the best chance of returning this season – with the Ladbrokes Trophy again his aim – in tip-top shape.Unfortunately, with the Newbury feature just weeks away, the eight-year-old has been ruled out again.- Advertisement –last_img read more

Couchmaster® CYWORX ergonomic lapboard has supportive cushions & better balance » Gadget Flow

first_imgThere’s nowhere as comfortable as your sofa, which is why the Couchmaster® CYWORX ergonomic lapboard is so great. Unlike a traditional lap desk, it has supportive cushions that keep it balanced and in place. You don’t have to worry about your computer or tablet wobbling on your lap. Comfortable for use with a console, laptop, tablet, or PC, it encourages ergonomic posture to prevent tension and pain. Not only that, but it also has supportive palm rests for comfort. What’s more, it has a special ventilation grill that ensures optimal cooling for your notebook—and it suits devices up to 17 inches in size. Made from fabric and ethically sourced, fast-growing bamboo, the CYWORX maintains a light and durable design. Finally, designed with spots for your power supply, remotes, mouse, tablet, and other accessories, this ergonomic lapboard keeps you organized. – Advertisement –last_img read more

Judy Murray to lead new Sky Sports docuseries ‘Driving Force’ | News News

first_imgJudy Murray OBE will present a new Sky Sports docuseries ‘Driving Force’ which starts on November 24 Dame Kelly Holmes DBEChristine Ohuruogu MBE Take a look at what’s to come as Judy Murray interviews the biggest names in sport and explores stories of success, discrimination and achieving the impossible “Sky Sports made the commitment back in March 2020 to invest in more original women’s sport content and programming,” Rob Webster, managing director of Sky Sports said.“Driving Force is a great example of how Sky Sports can use its voice to bring important sporting stories to new audiences, with the ambition of raising awareness around the challenges female athletes face, for both existing and future generations.“We want to bring to life, stories we know that viewers will love, but that will also ultimately drive change within sport.”Driving Force EpisodesEp 1. Judy Murray OBE: Looks at the driving force behind Judy herself, her career and why she won’t take no for an answer.Ep 2. Steph Houghton MBE: Examines the responsibility of becoming captain, the importance of family and how to stay true to yourself.Ep 3. Victoria Pendleton CBE: Explores how to overcome setbacks, quiet determination and what it takes to succeed.Ep 4. Dina Asher-Smith: Takes a look at the power of visibility within sport, feeling invincible and really hard work. Ep 5. Natasha Jonas: Talks about respect, supporting others and the mindset needed to be the best.Ep 6. Charlotte Dujardin CBE: Explores unexpected success, pushing boundaries and keeping her cool during competition time.Ep 7. Rebecca Adlington CBE: Highlights the importance of a support network, sports psychology and becoming a champion.Ep 8. Dame Sarah Storey DBE: Discusses training, falling in love and dealing with the unexpected.Ep 9. Dame Kelly Holmes DBE: Delves into fighting injury battles, mental health and the price of success.Ep 10. Christine Ohuruogu MBE: Focuses on harsh realisations, learning to adapt and what it takes to win.Ep 11. Katie Taylor: Offers a rare glimpse into her life in the spotlight, what makes her tick and the pressures of staying at the top of her game.Watch the first episode of Driving Force on November 24 at 9pm on Sky Sports Mix and Sky Sports Main Event at 10:15pm. It will also be available On Demand via Sky and NOW TV. Dame Kelly Holmes delves into the areas of fighting injury battles, mental health and the price of success while Katie Taylor will offer a rare glimpse into her life in the spotlight, discussing what makes her tick and looking at the pressures of staying at the top of her game.Billie Jean King, Sir Andy Murray and Jamie Murray, Martina Navratilova, Graziano Pelle and Jamie and Harry Redknapp all contribute to the series, alongside the featured athletes.“Driving Force tells the backstory of some of our most successful sportswomen – discovering who and what inspired them and helped them to the top of their game,” Judy Murray said.“We explore their journeys and feature the highs, the lows and the curve balls. It’s a fascinating watch and will raise awareness not just of their incredible achievements but also of the issues and challenges that still exist for women in sport.” – Advertisement – – Advertisement – Driving Force – Featured Athlete Episodes Rebecca Adlington CBE Dame Sarah Storey DBE Natasha JonasCharlotte Dujardin CBE Judy Murray is set to interview the biggest names in sport and explore stories of success, discrimination and achieving the impossible for a new Sky Sports docuseries ‘Driving Force’.The series, which starts on November 24, is exclusive to Sky Sports and explores the making of athletes and the driving forces behind their success.It aims to shine a light on inequality and other challenges in sport and has a view to calling out, educating and highlighting the need for change for future generations. Across the series, athletes lay their stories bare and unveil both the negative and positive sides of professional sport.- Advertisement – Victoria Pendleton CBEDina Asher-Smith Steph Houghton, Dina Asher-Smith, Natasha Jonas, Katie Taylor, Victoria Pendleton, Charlotte Dujardin, Rebecca Adlington, Dame Sarah Storey, Christine Ohuruogu and Dame Kelly Holmes are among the athletes who will tell their stories to Judy Murray on ‘Driving Force’ Last Updated: 12/11/20 10:07am Judy Murray OBESteph Houghton MBE Judy Murray OBE will present a new Sky Sports docuseries 'Driving Force' which starts on November 24
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Pakistan Super League returns with play-offs after suspension due to coronavirus pandemic | Cricket News

first_imgMultan Sultans captain Shan Masood celebrates reaching fifty against Karachi Kings
Multan Sultans captain Shan Masood celebrates reaching fifty against Karachi Kings

Happy Diva chasing Paddy Power Gold Cup double | Racing News

first_img“At the weights we probably can’t win but we’ve got to have a go at it, her prep run brought her on and we’re 100 per cent happy that she’ll run her best race, whether that is good enough we’ll find out.“This will probably her her last handicap – mares’ races like the one at Doncaster at Christmas, where she just got beat by Lady Buttons, and the new one at the Festival are probably what we’re looking at.”Simply The Betts has taken to chasing with real aplomb, winning four of his five starts last season, culminating in his win in March.- Advertisement – Happy Diva aims to become the first back-to-back winner of the Paddy Power Gold Cup since Bradbury Star when the Kerry Lee-trained mare lines up at Cheltenham on Saturday.While Cyfor Malta did win the famous handicap twice after Josh Gifford’s top-class performer, his victories came four years apart.- Advertisement – That was a breakthrough at the big meeting for trainer Harry Whittington, who has been delighted with his preparation for this.“We were thinking about the Old Roan or the Paddy Power in the summer and the same owners have got Itchy Feet, so it makes sense for him to be going back to Cheltenham,” said Whittington.“He’s two from two, he loves the track, he thrives (there). I think that’s a huge advantage.“He’s fresh, he’s incredibly well. He’s done plenty of work because he started off when he came in in June.“His work has been sparkling, we’re very happy with him and he’s won fresh every season so we’re really looking forward to running him.”Happy Diva was the beneficiary of a late fall by Slate House last year with Colin Tizzard’s charge, who was a novice at the time, slipping up two out.He later went on to win a Grade One at Kempton and assistant trainer Joe Tizzard feels he is back in top form.He said: “He has not had a prep run before the race this year, but he goes well fresh. He likes the track and it seems like a nice target for him.“It looked like he was cruising in last year’s race until he fell, but it was just one of those things. As his season went on he improved like we hoped he would although the Cheltenham Festival never really worked out for him.“He is quite a bit higher in the weights this year, but we still feel it is the right race for him.“If you forget his Cheltenham Festival run he has always run pretty well round Cheltenham. He goes well fresh and runs well at this time of year.”The Tizzards also saddle one of the outsiders, The Russian Doyen, but he could outrun his odds.Tizzard said: “He got injured at Aintree and that was it for last season, but the season before he finished fourth in the Listed novice handicap chase at the Cheltenham Festival where he was the best of the English-trained runners.“He could be a slightly forgotten horse and had a nice prep run over hurdles at Fontwell. I think he has got a great each-way chance.”The ante-post favourite for a long time was Paul Nicholls’ Saint Sonnet, before he was joined at the head of the betting by Mister Fisher and Simply The Betts.Nicholls told Betfair of his French import: “We freshened him up before he won a little race at Catterick at the end of February and he then ran an encouraging race in the Marsh Chase at the Festival. I’ve had the Paddy Power Gold in mind for him ever since.“Saint Sonnet has had a perfect preparation since coming back into training at the start of July, he should be very fit, and a mark of 147 is fair enough without being a gift.“I did plan to give him a pop over hurdles at Chepstow a month ago, but took him out because the ground was too quick. He is an improving five-year-old and I couldn’t be happier with him.”The Pipe family have a good record in this race and David Pipe hopes new recruit Siruh Du Lac can get involved at the finish on his first run since leaving Nick Williams.“Siruh Du Lac is in good form. He had a wind operation over the summer. He works well as you would expect from a 150-rated horse. He needs to step up his game to be involved in the finish, but he has been working well at home and we are very much looking forward to it,” said Pipe.“Siruh Du Lac has been to all the big occasions anyway. He usually races up towards the front of the field and touch wood is a good jumper.“He did fall at Cheltenham last time and you just think about whether horses remember that. He has jumped nicely at home and jumping is one of his strengths, so I think he was just unlucky last time.“The horses have been in good form and are running well. We of course have a history with the Paddy Power meeting, and it would be great to enjoy another good weekend at Cheltenham.”Nigel Twiston-Davies is another trainer with a good record in the race and feels the step up in trip could suit his Al Dancer.The William Hill ambassador said: “His win first time up this season at Newton Abbot was quite remarkable to be honest. The reason why I felt it was so good was because he settled so well, better than he ever had done before, and that could be the key to him.“He had to run over two miles before because he wouldn’t settle, but if he settles here then this trip might bring out the best in him. I think this extra distance should put him ahead of the handicapper.” – Advertisement – Happy Diva may turn 10 on New Year’s Day, but continued to improve throughout last season and was second at the Festival behind Simply The Betts, whom she meets on better terms this weekend.When it was put to her that Happy Diva would be attempting to emulate one of the greats of the National Hunt scene, Lee said: “She’s already one of the greats in our eyes!“I still maintain that her career-best effort was at the Festival last year, she just got chinned. She’s in great form going there, but we know she’s up against it as she’s up in the handicap (from last year).- Advertisement –last_img read more

Ryan Hall returns to Super League with Hull Kingston Rovers | Rugby League News

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Reports suggest common source in family H5N1 cases

first_imgDec 10, 2007 (CIDRAP News) – Chinese officials said today that analysis of a virus sample from a 24-year-old man who died of H5N1 avian influenza shows no signs of a dangerous mutation, as some news reports said the man and his father, who is hospitalized with an H5N1 infection, both had eaten undercooked chicken.Mao Qun’an, a spokesman for China’s health ministry, told reporters today that though the son’s sample showed no evidence of mutation, authorities could not rule out the possibility of human-to-human transmission, Reuters reported.”The virus is still avian and has not undergone a mutation in its nature,” Qun’an said at a press conference. He said the men could have been infected from the same source or separate sources, according to Reuters.The 24-year-old man, from Nanjing in eastern China’s Jiangsu province, died on Nov 27 from an H5N1 infection, according to a previous report from the World Health Organization (WHO). Six days later his father was hospitalized, and on Dec 6 China’s national laboratory confirmed the man had an H5N1 infection, according to a WHO statement yesterday. The father is listed as China’s 27th H5N1 case-patient.News of the men’s H5N1 infections raised suspicions of human-to-human transmission after media reports and the WHO said the son had no known exposure to sick birds.However, Ta Kung Pao, a Hong Kong newspaper controlled by the mainland, reported today that both men had eaten undercooked chicken in Nanjing, the capital of Jiangsu, the Reuters report said. The claims came from unnamed sources.More details on the men’s alleged consumption of undercooked chicken were reported today by ProMED-mail, the Internet-based reporting system of the International Society for Infectious Diseases. The ProMED post consists of an English translation of a news article from Singtaonet.com, a newspaper based in Hong Kong.The ProMED post says the father and his wife took their son and his girlfriend to a restaurant at a temple, where the four ate a dish called “beggar’s chicken.” According to a 1990 report on beggar’s chicken from the New York Times, the chicken is stuffed with herbs, wrapped in lotus leaves, packed with “6 pounds of pond mud,” and baked at low heat for several hours.Two days after eating the chicken, the son became feverish and was hospitalized, the ProMED report said, adding that his father got sick 6 days after eating the meal. Relatives also said the father’s refrigerator was full of butchered chicken. The report speculates that the son got sick first because his immune system was weakened because he recently had undergone a series of rabies shots after he was bitten by one of his girlfriend’s dogs.Hans Troedsson, a WHO representative in China, said reports of the men eating undercooked chicken have not been confirmed, Reuters reported today.The father is recovering after treatment with oseltamivir at the onset of symptoms, Troedsson told the Associated Press (AP) today.Eighty-two people who had contact with the father and son are being monitored, but none appear to have symptoms, he told the AP.The two recent cases serve as a reminder that “the virus is circulating in the environment, (and) there is a risk that we will see these isolated cases,” Troedsson said.So far, there is no strong evidence of human-to-human transmission of the H5N1 virus, and the WHO has not received a request to help officials in Nanjing investigate, he told the AP. “We don’t see that is an imminent risk that these cases would be the start of a pandemic,” he said.See also:Dec 9 WHO statementDec 4 WHO statementDec 10 ProMED post on Chinese H5N1 casesDec 7 CIDRAP News story “Father of Chinese H5N1 fatality has infection”last_img read more

Franjo Tudjman Airport has a record number of passengers

first_imgThe month of July, both for tourist destinations and for the Franjo Tuđman Airport, was a record for the number of passengers.As many as 351.532 passengers passed through Zagreb Airport last month, an increase of 14,5 percent compared to the same month last year. The busiest day was July 17, when 12.598 passengers were recorded, and in addition to that, more than 12.000 passengers were recorded for three more days, which has not happened in the history of Zagreb Airport.Exceptional traffic growth of 10 percent, lasts all year round, and the services of the busiest airport in Croatia were used by more than 1,6 million passengers in the first seven months, point out Franjo Tuđman International Airport (MZLZ) and add that the volume of work and traffic has increased followed by an increase in the number of employees, so that since the opening of the new passenger terminal, a total of 118 new employees have been hired, of which 96 have been hired, while the rest have been hired for ancillary work. “The growth of the number of passengers was certainly contributed by the establishment of eight new routes, three of which are the routes of two new airlines Monarch and Emirates. The national carrier Croatia Airlines has opened four new destinations from Zagreb, and the existing airlines have increased the number of frequencies and capacities of the aircraft, which all directly affected the significant continuous increase in passenger traffic. ” stand out from MZLZ.Thanks to the existing flights, but also the introduction of new ones that connect Zagreb with other destinations and make it more accessible to a larger number of visitors, the number of passengers is expected to exceed three million for the first time by the end of the year.Related news:Will the announced strike of Croatia Airlines staff land aircraft in the middle of the tourist season?last_img read more

Gault Millau tasters awarded a chef’s cap for 24 restaurants in Istria and 9 restaurants in Kvarner.

first_imgResearch3 caps, 17 points: Monte (Rovinj)2 caps, 16 points: Marina (Novigrad), restaurant of the hotel Amifteatar (Pula), Wine Vault (Rovinj)2 caps, 15 points: Damir e Ornella (Novigrad), Pepenero (Novigrad), Pergola (Savudrija)1 cap, 14 points: La Grisa (Bale), San Rocco (Brtonigla), Toklarija (Buzet), Zigante (Livade), Čok (Novigrad), Spinnaker (Poreč), Batelina (Pula), Brasserie Hotel Adriatic (Rovinj), Puntulina (Rovinj), Buščina (Umag)1 cap, 13 points: Morgan (Brtonigla), Miramare (Porec), Sveti Nikola (Porec), Milan (Pula), Mediterraneo (Rovinj), Badi (Umag), Petra (Vrsar)Kvarner2 caps, 16 points: Johnson (Moscenicka Draga)2 caps, 15 points: Draga di Lovrana (Lovran), Alfred Keller hotels Alhambra (Mali Lošinj)1 cap, 14 points: Kukuriku (Kastav), Laurus (Opatija), Villa Ariston (Opatija)1 cap, 13 points: Stancija Kovacici (Matulji), Tu Tamo (Moscenicka Draga), Navis (Opatija) Related news:Great success of Istria at the Merano Wine Festival Restaurant Guide Gault Millau Austria 2018 Istria once again awarded top marks.A story that has been going on for 15 years, so in the 15th edition of “Istra-Specijal” guide for restaurants Gault Millau 2018, at the top among Istrian restaurants with three chef’s caps is again the restaurant Monte from Rovinj, and the best new entry to Deniz Zembo from the restaurant of the Amfiteatar hotel in Pula had the scale.The highest decoration in the Gault Millau guide for 2018 can once again look forward to the Monte restaurant from Rovinj. Owners Danijel and Tjitske Đekić were once again honored as the only Istrian bar with 17 points and 3 chef’s caps (“greatest creativity and quality, best food preparation”). Deniz Zembo, whose restaurant of the Hotel Amphitheater was awarded 16 points (2 chef’s caps), as well as the restaurant Marina from Novigrad and Wine Vault of Maistra’s hotel Monte Mulini from Rovinj, was named the new year. Maistra can also boast kitchen director Andy Gaskin with one cap each for the Adriatic Hotel Brasserie and the Mediterraneo Restaurant (Monte Mulini).When the Tourist Board of the Istrian County and its PR agency ART RedaktionsTeam managed to include Istrian restaurants in the Gault Millau Austria guide as a special part in 2003, it was still a small sensation, points out ART director Dr. Wolfgang Neuhuber and added: “This was preceded by three years of convincing the Gault Millau administration of the new gastronomic qualities of Istria. The gourmet scene in Croatia at that time was still in its infancy and it is impossible to compare it with today’s times. But then everything started, the first anonymous tasters headed for Istria and since then that Adriatic peninsula has been a permanent part of the Austrian Gault Milau ” Neuhuber pointed out.Top gastronomy is of crucial importance for guests from the German-speaking area, and for our restaurants and taverns, these international ratings are invaluable, said the director of the Istrian Tourist Board Denis Ivošević. “All the more so as guests from Austria and Germany greatly appreciate the high level that our gastronomy has achieved in the meantime as well as because they come several times a year. Gourmets visit our restaurants and taverns in large numbers in the pre-season and post-season, they are ready to set aside the appropriate amount of money for good quality, and their hotels are full until November.”Said Ivošević and emphasized that the great value for the image that is achieved by being present in international guides for restaurants must not be neglected.It is with this goal that Ivošević and Neuhuber personally visited the Michelin guide in Paris three years ago, which has included successful Istrian and Croatian restaurants in its global test program since 2017 with the support of the Croatian Ministry of Tourism. The results are known and concrete, and so it is Restaurant MICHELIN’S star was officially awarded, in Istria got its Michelin guide.Istria’s tourist success is not accidental, success happens to those who fight, who challenge it, who take risks and take action, while others stagnate and whine that it is impossible.Teran Re 2008 from Roxanich winery is “Croatian wine of the year”At the initiative of the ART RedaktionsTeam, Gault Millau included fourteen wineries from Croatia for the first time in his wine guide for 2018, six of them Istrian. In addition, Teran Re 2008 from the Roxanich winery in Istria was named “Croatian Wine of the Year”.Gault Millau tasters awarded at least one chef’s cap for 24 restaurants in Istria and 9 restaurants in Kvarner.Restaurant overview with at least one Gault Millau chef’s capcenter_img <br />
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