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first_img– Advertisement – The Geekbench listing was first spotted by 91Mobiles and independently verified by Gadgets 360.Back in August, a report suggested that the rumoured Samsung Galaxy A12 will have a 32GB and a 64GB storage model, with 3GB of RAM. There could be another RAM variant as well. It was also said that the phone will carry the same LCD display as well as the triple rear camera system present in Galaxy A11, but may come with a larger battery. The report also claimed that the Galaxy A12 could be offered in black, blue, red, and white colour options.Earlier this month, a report by MySmartPrice stated that the Galaxy A12 was spotted on the NFC certification website, suggesting that it could come with NFC support as well.- Advertisement – As of now, Samsung has not shared any information on the Galaxy A12 and it’s unclear when the phone will be launched.Which is the best TV under Rs. 25,000? 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. – Advertisement – Samsung Galaxy A12 has been reportedly spotted on Geekbench with model number SM-A125F. The phone will be a follow up to Samsung Galaxy A11 that was launched in May this year. The Geekbench listing for Samsung Galaxy A12 shows a 3GB RAM variant that is powered by the MediaTek Helio P35 (MT6765) SoC. The phone first came under the spotlight back in August and at the time, it was speculated that it could come with two storage options and a triple rear camera setup.The Geekbench listing shows a Samsung phone with model number SM-A125F, believed to be Samsung Galaxy A12. It runs on Android 10 and is powered by the octa-core MediaTek Helio P35 (MT6765) SoC. The phone is listed with 3GB RAM. No other RAM variants were mentioned. The purported Galaxy A12 scored 169 in single-core and 1,001 in multi-core benchmarks.- Advertisement –last_img read more

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first_imgBritain faces a potentially more deadly second wave of COVID-19 in the coming winter that could kill up to 120,000 people over nine months in a worst-case scenario, health experts said on Tuesday.With COVID-19 more likely to spread in winter as people spend more time together in enclosed spaces, a second wave of the pandemic “could be more serious than the one we’ve just been through,” said Stephen Holgate, a professor and co-lead author of a report by Britain’s Academy of Medical Sciences (AMS).”This is not a prediction, but it is a possibility,” Holgate told an online briefing. “Deaths could be higher with a new wave of COVID-19 this winter, but the risk of this happening could be reduced if we take action immediately.” The United Kingdom’s current death toll from confirmed cases of COVID-19 is around 45,000, the highest in Europe. Including suspected cases, more than 55,000 people have died, according to a Reuters tally of official data sources.The AMS said there is a “high degree of uncertainty” about how the UK’s COVID-19 epidemic will evolve, but outlined a “reasonable worst-case scenario” where the reproduction number — or R value — rises to 1.7 from September 2020 onwards.The R value — the average number of people an infected person will pass a disease on to — is currently between 0.7 and 0.9 in the UK and daily case and death numbers are falling. An R value above 1 can lead to exponential growth.”The modeling estimates 119,900 hospital deaths between September 2020 and June 2021,” the AMS report said, more than double the number that occurred during the first wave.AMS vice president Anne Johnson said a bad winter flu season, combined with large backlog of patients suffering other diseases and chronic conditions, would add to huge pressure on health services — underlining a need to prepare now.”COVID-19 has not gone away,” she said. “We need to do everything we can to stay healthy this winter.”  Topics :last_img read more

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first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on March 23, 2016 at 8:37 pm Contact Sam: sjfortie@syr.edu | @Sam4TR Lesko, a member of the Class of 2016, is not listed on major recruiting sites, but his Hudl profile lists him as 6 feet 1 inch, 212 pounds. On the same profile, his 40-yard dash time is 4.67 seconds.His relationship with Syracuse’s current coaching staff extends back to the time that current SU head coach Dino Babers coached at Bowling Green. Lesko also played wide receiver in high school.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textSyracuse has two other linebacker commits in the Class of 2016, Andrew Armstrong and Tim Walton, and both have signed national letters of intent. Syracuse carries 11 other linebackers on its roster. The position group is led by junior Zaire Franklin, who last season became the fourth sophomore captain in program history. Commentscenter_img Zack Lesko, an outside linebacker from Solon (Ohio) High School, announced via Twitter on Wednesday night that he has committed to Syracuse.last_img read more

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first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisThe Girl Scouts of Alpena did something good today; the girls donated old dresses to the local goodwill store. The girl scouts decided to give up old dresses that they couldn’t wear anymore so that other little girls could have something to wear.The event was called: “Every Dress has a Story.” The Alpena scouts started donating dresses back in 2013.Scout Leader, Evonne Jasman said she’s proud of her troops for letting go of something to help others.“It makes me proud that the girls want to let another girl enjoy their beautiful dress that they felt beautiful in for the holiday season that they use their dress for,” Jasman said.For their heartwarming donation, the girls will earn a new scout patch to add to their jackets. Jasman said that donating will always be a wonderful memory for the girls to have.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThis Tags: donations, Dress Donations, Girl Scouts, Girl Scouts of Alpena, GoodwillContinue ReadingPrevious ‘Reading Rocks’ Program Aims to Help Students With LiteracyNext River Center & Nature’s Kingdom Wildlife Rehab Join Forces to Build Future Home of Wildlife Educationlast_img read more

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first_imgAuckland, New Zealand | AFP |  Serena Williams ended a three-year title drought and donated her winner’s cheque to victims of the Australian bushfires in an emotional WTA Auckland Classic final on Sunday.Williams raised expectations for this month’s Australian Open, where she can equal Margaret Court’s record of 24 Grand Slam titles, with her 6-3, 6-4 victory over Jessica Pegula — her first WTA trophy since she won in Melbourne in 2017.But the 38-year-old tempered celebrations as she donated her US$43,000 winner’s cheque to the Australian bushfire relief fund and described how the tragedy had affected her deeply.“I’ve been playing in Australia for over 20 years and it’s been really hard for me to watch all the news and everything that has been happening in Australia with all the fire and… animals and people that have lost their homes,” she said.“I decided at the beginning of the tournament… I’d donate all my prize money for a great cause.”It is Williams’ first title since 2017 — and her first as a mother — since she won the Australian Open while pregnant. Her 73 WTA titles now stretch across four decades, after she won her first in 1999.The tournament top seed slipped 1-3 behind in the first set against the unseeded Pegula, a fellow American.But once she found her range there was never any doubt about the final result, which Williams greeted by raising her arms in triumph while her husband Alexis Ohanian and two-year-old daughter Olympia looked on.“It’s been a long time, I think you could see the relief on my face,” she said, adding she could feel her game sharpening up as she prepares to head to Melbourne.“It definitely feels good, it feels like I was definitely improving as the week went on and obviously I needed to.” – Yelling with every point –Pegula, who has only one title to her credit, had stunned former world number one Caroline Wozniacki — a close friend of Williams — in a three-set semi-final, winning every game in the deciding set.The 25-year-old continued in the same fearless vein at the start of the final, seemingly untroubled by her heavily bandaged left thigh as she chased down everything Williams delivered and even broke in the opening game.Pegula held her own serve and appeared set to break again when Williams, by this stage yelling with every point she won, fought back from 15-40 to hold her second service game on the fifth deuce.Williams eventually achieved a break of her own to level at 3-3, finding the power and precision that had deserted her until then.With her confidence boosted, Williams held to love in the next game, broke Pegula again and then served to clinch the first set.Pegula was down 0-40 at the start of the second set before rallying to hold serve but the strain of facing the player who has dominated women’s tennis for two decades was showing.Williams broke on Pegula’s next service game and stayed in front until the end to take the title and extinguish a sequence of five defeats in finals since her 2017 win in Melbourne.Williams, whose last tournament was the US Open in September, was looking for as much game time as possible in Auckland and an hour after winning the singles crown she was back on court partnering Wozniacki in the doubles final.However, the pair were beaten 6-4, 6-4 by Americans Asia Muhammad and Taylor Townsend.Share on: WhatsApplast_img read more

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first_imgA 29-year-old Boynton Beach man won $1 million after buying a $20 scratch off at a Publix located at 8899 Hypoluxo Rd. in suburban Lake Worth.Lottery officials said Taran chose to receive his winnings as a one-time, lump-sum payment of $715,000.The chances of winning $1 million are 1-in-1,368,000.last_img

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first_img Doug Cameron is the new English senior men’s amateur champion, claiming the title after a rollercoaster final round and a three-man play-off at Saunton Golf Club, Devon. He saw off the challenge of former winner Stephen East and championship low-scorer Michael Jarvis after they both tangled with a bunker on the first extra hole. It’s his first major senior title and, after his third place in Ireland a few weeks ago, he will achieve his great dream of returning to the England senior side. “It feels great to win, it’s fantastic,” he said. But Cameron, from Henley Golf Club, (image © Leaderboard Photography) knew he had earned his crown the hard way, bluntly describing his three-over par final round as a “car crash.” It certainly didn’t start that way. He had looked in total control as he went out in two-under par and worked his way to a comfortable four-shot lead as he approached the closing holes. But a bad drive on 14 triggered a run of five dropped shots over three holes. “I was playing really nicely, it was very solid and I felt comfortable, but then I hit a bad tee shot on 14,” he said. At the same time Gloucestershire’s Jarvis and Yorkshire’s East were both doing all they could to further close the gap. Jarvis (The Players Club) followed his game plan of aggressive play and was rewarded with a three-under 68, which made up a seven shot deficit. He set the clubhouse target on four-over par, which was matched when East (Leeds Golf Centre) ground out his round of level par 71. He had a chance to move into the outright lead on 18 but his birdie putt finished a couple of inches short of the hole. Behind them, Cameron was regrouping with a birdie two on 17 which gave him a one-shot lead as he approached the final hole. But his tee shot flew right into a bank of rough and he was forced to lay up about 70 yards short and his bogey dropped him into the three-way tie. However, he has an excellent play-off record and, despite a tee shot which drifted right onto an uphill lie, he held his nerve to reach the green in three and then rolled a long putt up to the hole-side. “I’m just delighted to win, it doesn’t get better than this, on a fabulous golf course,” he said. Former European senior champion Clive Jones, who is based in France, took fourth place after his final round of two-under 69 moved him to five-over. The 69 was matched by Tim Whittaker (Beaconsfield) who was fifth alongside Gary Byrne (Clitheroe) and senior international David Niven (Newbury & Crookham) on six-over par. Click here for full scores 9 Jun 2017 Cameron wins English senior crown in a play-off last_img read more

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first_imgCHROME CAPTURES FANS’ FANCY IN SAN ANTONIOHOLLENDORFER: SAN ANTONIO A ‘RIDER’S RACE’BAFFERT ON OUTSIDE WITH DORTMUND IN LEWISAMERICAN PHAROAH CONSIDERED FOR SAN FELIPE   VAN DYKE STRONGER SANS WEIGHT ALLOWANCEHECTOR PALMA: FROM MEXICO TO MOUNTAIN TOP Mark Casse3465418%$545,520 Corey Nakatani6398814%$515,350 Joseph Talamo10412121512%$896,334 Mark Glatt3858613%$288,574 FINISH LINES: PromisingCalifornia-bred 3-year-old Acceptance, who suffered hisfirst defeat when finishing fourth as the 1-2 favorite in the California Cup Derby on Jan. 24, has been turned out at the Old English Rancho in Sanger. “He left today,” said Kenny Black, assistant to trainer Don Warren. “He’ll be freshened to deal with some shin issues.” . . . Agent Ron Anderson reports that Joel Rosario will return to Santa Anita on Presidents’ Day, Monday, Feb. 16, to ride Matriarch winner La Tia for trainer Armando De la cerda in the Grade II, $200,000 Buena Vista Stakes for older fillies and mares at one mile on turf . . . Trainer Peter Eurton has Betty’s Bambino pointed to the $100,000 Sensational Star Stakes on the hillside turf course Feb. 21, and Kobe’s Back ticketed for the Grade II San Carlos Stakes at seven furlongs on March 7 . . . Agent Tony Matos has booked Corey Nakatani on Mr. Z for D. Wayne Lukas in the Southwest Stakes at Oaklawn Park on Presidents’ Day . . . Flavien Prat rides Minks Aprise for Jerry Hollendorfer in the $75,000 Sweet Life Stakes for 3-year-old fillies at about 6 ½ furlongs on turf next Saturday, Feb. 14, agent Derek Lawson said . . . HRTV analyst Michelle Yu will be Tom Quigley‘s guest handicapper Sunday in the East Paddock Gardens at 11:20 a.m. . . . Apprentice jockey Gonzalo Nicolas has been suspended three racing days(Feb. 15, 16 and 20) for causing interference on Master Master in Sunday’s fourth race. JockeyMts1st2nd3rdWin%Money Won Drayden Van Dyke9911131611%$656,626 GOOD RIDERS MAKE GOOD DECISIONS: HOLLENDORFERJerry Hollendorfer manages his vast operation with clock-like precision. You don’t approach 7,000 career victories steering a slapdash ship.That said, the Hall of Fame trainer is known to give a word of advice to his riders before giving them a leg up in a race, not that it always matters once the gates open (see the 2014 Breeders’ Cup Classic).That’s why Hollendorfer employs the best jockeys he can get, among them Hall of Fame great Mike Smith, who will be aboard once-beaten Shared Belief in the San Antonio Stakes.“It’s a rider’s race,” Hollendorfer said Friday morning, as the San Antonio countdown began in earnest. “That’s why you use good riders like Mike Smith and Russell Baze, so they can make good decisions.“In a race like the San Antonio, everyone knows they are all good horses. You devise a basic plan before the race, but that’s about all you can do.”Shared Belief galloped on Santa Anita’s main track at 7 a.m. Friday morning in a picturesque setting and under ideal conditions. Hollendorfer said the gelding’s last work (four furlongs in 50.80 at Golden Gate Tuesday) “was just what we wanted. A nice, easy blowout.”As to running against California Chrome and his long-time friend, Art Sherman, Hollendorfer was looking forward to it. “We’re always happy to run in a big race,” he said. “Hopefully, it will be a great race for the fans and a great race for both horses.” Peter Miller681316619%$756,240 Gary Stevens4595720%$617,992 DORTMUND MAKES 3-YEAR-OLD DEBUT IN LEWISFor a guy who has been “living on the rail,” Bob Baffert got a breather with Dortmund, the unbeaten colt who makes his 3-year-old debut in Saturday’s Grade III Robert B. Lewis Stakes, which offers 17 qualifying points to the Kentucky Derby, 10 to the winner, four to the runner-up, two to the third horse and one to the fourth.“Well, he’s going to be wide the whole way,” Baffert said of the chestnut son of 2008 Kentucky Derby winner Big Brown owned by Kaleem Shah.Not necessarily. On paper, there doesn’t appear to be that much speed inside him in the field of six going a mile and a sixteenth.The Robert B. Lewis lineup: Tizcano, Martin Pedroza, 15-1; Rock Shandy, Victor Espinoza, 6-1; Sebastian’s Heart, Agapito Delgadillo, 30-1; Hero Ten All, Tyler Baze, 10-1; Firing Line, Gary Stevens, 7-5; and Dortmund, Martin Garcia, 4-5. James Cassidy3255616%$193,610 Peter Eurton3884721%$364,508 Elvis Trujillo1021214912%$804,026 (Current Through Thursday, Feb. 5) Rafael Bejarano12029211824%$1,421,394 Martin Garcia57812714%$820,050 JOURNEYMAN VAN DYKE EYES SAN MARCOS WINDrayden Van Dyke lost the bug but not his confidence or ability.The 20-year-old riding star, who surrendered his five-pound apprentice allowance on Jan. 20 and has been riding as a full-fledged journeyman since, has maintained his place among Santa Anita’s leading riders and has no intention of losing it.“I had a good first week once I lost the allowance,” Van Dyke said during a rare lull on another busy work day. Through 25 racing days, Van Dyke, who tacks 111 pounds and is represented by agent Sarah Wolfe, had 11 wins, 13 seconds and 16 thirds. His mounts have earned $656,626.“I had my first winner (as a journeyman) my first ride back, which was really cool to do. I’m riding the same. If anything, I’ll ride better because I’ll be stronger and weigh a little more.“I just have to get the better horses, that’s all.”One such horse is Patrioticandproud, a 6-year-old Pennsylvania-bred gelding he rides in Saturday’s Grade II San Marcos Stakes at 1 ¼ miles on turf.Trained by Mark Casse, Patrioticandproud rallied for second, beaten only a length by Finnegans Wake last out in the Grade II San Gabriel Stakes. In the race prior, Finnegans Wake again got the better of Patrioticandproud, winning by a neck in the Grade II Hollywood Turf Cup.“Finnegans Wake got the jump on me in that race,” Van Dyke said of the San Gabriel. “In fact, my horse’s last two races were pretty much the same. If we can get the jump on Finnegans Wake and a better trip this time, I think I can beat him.”The field for the San Marcos: Finnegans Wake, Victor Espinoza, 5-2; Patrioticandproud, Drayden Van Dyke, 4-1; Majestic Harbor, Mike Smith, 8-1; Power Ped, Flavien Prat, 9-2; Little Jerry, Edwin Maldonado, 12-1; Diamond Bachelor, Martin Pedroza, 20-1; Dynamic Sky, Corey Nakatani, 3-1; and Power Foot, Kieren Fallon, 8-1.Quadrivium was scratched. AMERICAN PHAROAH COULD MAKE 3-YEAR-OLD DEBUT IN SAN FELIPEAmerican Pharoah, who on Monday had his first published workout since last Oct. 26, prior to missing the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile on Nov. 1 due to a suspensory-related injury, is a candidate for the San Felipe Stakes on March 7, Bob Baffert said.“Either that or the Rebel,” Baffert said of the Eclipse Award winner as leading 2-year-old male of 2014. “He looks good. He’ll come around quick. We have the Rebel, and the San Felipe. If all goes well, he’ll be in one of those.”The Rebel will be run at 1 1/16 miles at Oaklawn Park March 14. The Grade II, $400,000 San Felipe at 1 1/16 miles will be run at Santa Anita March 7.American Pharoah was 12-1 in Pool 2 of the 2015 Kentucky Derby Future Wager which opened at 9 a.m. Pacific Time today. Fernando Perez9099710%$377,204center_img Carla Gaines2353122%$290,865 Doug O’Neill6787912%$420,136 HORSEMEN, HORSE PLAYERS ON EDGE FOR SAN ANTONIOThe San Antonio has captured the fancy of the whole of racing, California Chrome trainer Art Sherman included.“I think you’ll see a lot of people at Santa Anita Saturday,” the 77-year-old said. “Being Horse of the Year now and being as popular as he is here in California, I think you’ll see one of the biggest crowds you’ve seen at Santa Anita in a long time.“My good friend’s horse, Shared Belief, is in there and he’s a good horse. I’m very excited to hook up again. It’s an old-timer’s thing with me and him (Jerry Hollendorfer).”As the colt’s regular rider, Victor Espinoza is a charter member of the California Chrome Fan Club. “I’m very excited,” he said. “For once, I have a good post. I’m really looking forward to it. I think it will be an exciting race for California Chrome and a good day for racing. The race isn’t that easy, but California Chrome is doing good, and we’ll see what happens.“I know there are a couple tough horses in there. Shared Belief is an amazing horse, but I have a lot of confidence in California Chrome.”Suggested there would be less pressure on Chrome than there was last year during his Triple Crown run and pursuit of Horse of the Year honors, which he ultimately won, Espinoza had a refreshing take.“Now,” he said, “I have to ride him like Horse of the Year.”Regarding strategy, California Chrome should be forwardly placed early on from his No. 8 post position“He’s got enough tactical speed but he’ll get out and get over,” said Alan Sherman, Art’s son and assistant.Alpha Bird, 30-1 on Jon White’s morning line, is just outside California Chrome in post nine and has been on the lead virtually from start to finish in four of his five starts, although his class is unproven since the San Antonio is his first stakes start.“There are a couple of horses in there that probably shouldn’t be,” Alan Sherman said. “But our horse is doing good and we’re looking forward to starting the New Year.”The San Antonio field: Hoppertunity, Martin Garcia, 4-1; Tonito M., Rafael Bejarano, 15-1; You Know I Know, Drayden Van Dyke, 30-1; Imperative, Flavien Prat, 20-1; Shared Belief, Mike Smith, 7-5; Clubhouse Ride, Aaron Gryder, 30-1; Bronzo, Gary Stevens, 20-1; California Chrome, Victor Espinoza, 6-5; and Alfa Bird, Tyler Baze, 30-1.The San Antonio, with an approximate post time of 4 p.m., will be televised nationally on Fox Sports 1. John Sadler52581010%$359,432 Jerry Hollendorfer8117111021%$1,545,334 Flavien Prat5172614%$295,830 Philip D’Amato3658614%$319,190 Bob Baffert46811717%$919,118 Tyler Baze11914111612%$913,344 Victor Espinoza751414819%$801,470 Richard Baltas2853318%$163,528 SANTA ANITA STATISTICS Mike Smith561211921%$917,121 Martin Pedroza831015612%$395,170 Kent Desormeaux851914922%$1,103,992 Richard Mandella2653519%$234,000 TrainerSts1st2nd3rdWin%Money Won HECTOR PALMA GOING STRONG AT AGE 77When it comes to winning races, there is no wasted motion with Hector Palma.Through 25 racing days at Santa Anita, the 77-year-old trainer had five wins and two seconds from 12 starts, a sparkling 42 percent average, not too shabby for a barn of 25 horses.Palma hopes to enhance his norm with The Mad Hungarian, 9-5 morning line favorite in today’s second race, but win or lose, he’ll take it in stride.“The key in this game is having the right horses,” said Palma, who owns the speedy son of Dixie Chatter along with George Yager, who races as B G Stable.“I’ve been training since 1971 and been coming to Santa Anita since 1956, when I was here as a groom with (the late) Riley Cofer,” said Palma, who with Yager recently purchased a 50-acre spread in Hemet from Benjamin Warren, and operates as BJ Thoroughbred Farms.“I’ve won over 1,000 races and I’m going for 1,100,” Palma said. “For someone who came from Mexico with nothing, that’s pretty good.” Hector O. 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