Chelsea are reportedly planning to make Juventus defender Daniele Rugani one of Maurizio Sarri’s first signings at the club ahead of his expected appointment, claims the Daily MirrorThe Blues appear to have had a breakthrough in talks with Napoli and are now expected to bring the highly-rated Jorginho, along with Sarri, in a £50m double-deal.But with the new season just a month away now, Chelsea are wasting no more time and have begun pursuing new options in the transfer market with Juventus’ Rugani having emerged as a target.Fiorentina owner: “Ribery played better than Ronaldo!” Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Fiorentina owner Rocco Commisso was left gushing over Franck Ribery’s performance against Juventus, which he rates above that of even Cristiano Ronaldo’s.While Italy international is a valued young prospect at the Serie A side, he has struggled to play regular football at Juventus for the past three seasons and may be prepared to leave this summer.Rugani’s £35m move to Chelsea will likely have received a boost due to David Luiz being expected to join Napoli this summer.Rugani started just 22 games for Juventus last season and his future at the club may come under further threat with the rumoured stars that are apparently set to follow Cristiano Ronaldo to Turin.
TDP (watts) 10th-generation Comet Lake mobile CPUs Base freq (GHz) Y News • The best laptops 2019: Premium midsize category 3.2 4/8 1.1 4/8 5.5W/7W/9W i3-10110Y 1.0 CPU i7-10510Y 2/4 i7-10510U Post a comment The Comet Lake CPUs are part of the “optimize” phase of Intel’s “Process, Architecture, Optimization” product lifecycle. Comet Lake is the latest set of iterative refinements to the 14nm Skylake architecture from 2015, part of the company’s method for eking out a little more speed or battery life from existing designs, or letting manufacturers shave a fraction of a millimeter where they can.All the chips stick with the lame Intel UHD 630 integrated graphics, for example, and have just slightly tweaked CPU frequencies. Whether or not to use the faster memory is at the discretion of the manufacturer, so it’s possible we’ll see no speed improvement at all in some laptops. Intel’s marketing materials claim big percentage gains, but that’s comparing the six core to the old four core rather than the four core to a direct predecessor. 4.3 Y 4/8 4/8 4/8 15W/25W i3-10110U 1.6 Meet Intel’s Ice Lake processor, due to speed up PCs in 2019 16 Photos 0 15W/25W Tags Max all core turbo (GHz) U Razer Blade Stealth Review • Razer Blade Stealth review: This slick new laptop will make your MacBook Air jealous i5-10210Y 1.2 1.8 Y i5-10310Y 3.9 5.5W/7W/9W 1.1 Y i5-10210U U 3.9 4.5W/7W/9W 2.8 2.7 Dell’s XPS 13 is one of the many laptops incorporating the Comet Lake versions of Intel’s 10th-generation processors. Dell Oh, i7-8656U we hardly knew ye. So much water under the bridge — all those lakes — since we first tested you a mere eight months ago in the Razer Blade Stealth and already you’ve been replaced by a younger model who looks very, very much like you. The new Comet Lake-architecture CPUs don’t promise any of the advances of its newly minted 10th-generation Ice Lake siblings, such as on-chip Thunderbolt 3 support, acceleration for voice-control processing, improved integrated graphics and more. The only truly substantive performance advances you’ll probably see is with the new top-end i7-10710U, which brings six cores to ultraslim laptops like the Dell XPS 13 for the first time. Adding cores boosts speed more than almost any other upgrade.In other words, unlike the ones announced at the beginning of August, these are not the 10th-generation processors you’ve been waiting for. Nor do you need to wait: You’ll be able to get laptops with them starting this week.The reason is they’re just an iterative step up from the 14nm eighth-generation predecessors for ultraportable and ultra-low-power laptops — Amber Lake (Y series) and Whiskey Lake (U series) — offering slightly faster clock speeds, compatibility with faster memory for the U series (LPDDR4x 2,933MHz, LPDDR3 2,133MHz and DDR4 2,666MHz) and an upgraded supporting chipset that adds Intel’s variation on Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax), Wi-Fi 6 Gig Plus. The latter will deliver better Wi-Fi speeds, but only if you upgrade your router or connect to a newer one.On the other hand, Intel’s sticking with it’s old naming conventions for these — the “Y” and “U” nomenclature indicating whether the chip is for a tiny laptop (Y) or a slightly bigger laptop (U) — so you’ll be able to tell immediately if your configuration has a real 10th-generation processor or eighth-skipped-a-generation-and-rebranded 10th-generation. And there will probably be some great prices as manufacturers try to get rid of stock with the short-lived “old” Core i7-8565U and its peers. 15W/25W $1,359 U Series 3.7 4.5W/7W/9W Dell Intel Razer See it 6/12 15W/25W i7-10710U CNET may get a commission from retail offers. 2/8 U Cores / threads Share your voice 3.7 1.0 2.1 Computers Components Laptops Mentioned Above Razer Blade Stealth (512GB, UHD) read more
Payment banks, which got in-principle nod from the central bank, are expected to offer over 1,500 jobs with pay packages as high as Rs 1.50 crore when they launch their operations in the next 18 months, according to executive search firms.In August, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) had approved 11 entities, including Reliance Industries, Vodafone m-pesa and Airtel M Commerce to open payment banks.These entities can accept cash deposits, permit remittances and roll out “simple financial products”. They can accept savings deposits of up to Rs 1 lakh from a customer. However, a payments bank is not allowed to lend to customers, like commercial banks.The payment banks will hire nearly 150 senior executives, 370 mid-level executives and over 1,000 junior-level staff in the coming months, The Economic Times reported, citing estimates made by Vito India, a headhunting firm.So far, some of these entities — Cholamandalam, Department of Posts, National Securities Depository, Tech Mahindra and Dilip Shanghvi of Sun Pharma — haven’t hired the chief executives for their payment banks.The areas for which the payment banks recruit people include product, sales and distribution, merchant acquisition, strategic alliances, operations, and regulatory and compliance and they are expected to offer salaries between Rs 50 lakh and Rs 75 lakh for senior executives handling these functions.”Salary for CXOs (CEOs and other management-level executives) is in the range of Rs 1-1.5 crore while for a level below it is around Rs 70 lakh to Rs 1 crore,” said Kalyani Shastry, associate director at RGF Executive Search.However, the Birla group, which also got permission to start a payment bank, has already hired employees for its operations.”We have our people in place … we look for banking, consumer and technology-oriented people,” said Santrupt Misra, director of global HR & CEO, carbon black business, at the group.The entities are also scouting for talent outside the country, including Singapore and Silicon Valley, to rope in people with experience in disruptive products, said K Sudarshan, managing partner and co-founder of EMA Partners. read more
Family members of a suspected drug addict, who reportedly died of heart attack in police custody in Panchagarh, grieving at the hospital on 3 June 2018. Photo: UNBA suspected drug addict died from heart attack in police custody after being arrested from Baniapara area of Panchagarh district town early Sunday.The deceased is Kajol Sheikh Maju, 43, son of Hazrat Ali of New Market area of the town, reports UNB.A team of Detective Branch of police led by sub-inspector Rabiul Islam arrested Maju from the area around 10:30pm on Saturday along with hemp, said Sudarshan Kumar Roy, assistant superintendent (circle) of police.Read More: ‘Drug addict’ found dead in police stationLater, Maju felt chest pain while being transferred to be produced before a mobile court.He was rushed to Panchagarh Adhunik Sadar Hospital where he died around 12:30am, police said.The hospital’s emergency department physician Zillur Rahman said they are primarily suspecting that Maju died from heart attack. read more
(Phys.org)—A group of chemistry researchers working in a lab at Cambridge University have succeeded in causing a group of molecules to form themselves into trefoil knots. The team was working on combinatorial chemistry experiments, they note in their paper describing their achievement in the journal Science, when they noticed the spontaneous formation of knots. Explore further Citation: Chemistry researchers create self-tying knotted molecules in the lab (2012, November 9) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2012-11-chemistry-self-tying-molecules-lab.html More information: Discovery of an Organic Trefoil Knot, Science, 9 November 2012: Vol. 338 no. 6108 pp. 783-785. DOI: 10.1126/science.1227032ABSTRACTMolecular knots remain difficult to produce using the current synthetic methods of chemistry because of their topological complexity. We report here the near-quantitative self-assembly of a trefoil knot from a naphthalenediimide-based aqueous disulfide dynamic combinatorial library. The formation of the knot appears to be driven by the hydrophobic effect and leads to a structure in which the aromatic components are buried while the hydrophilic carboxylate groups remain exposed to the solvent. Moreover, the building block chirality constrains the topological conformation of the knot and results in its stereoselective synthesis. This work demonstrates that the hydrophobic effect provides a powerful strategy to direct the synthesis of entwined architectures. © 2012 Phys.org Journal information: Science Tying molecules in knots As part of an experiment involving creating reaction mixtures, the team was linking naphthalene diimide (NDI) with hydrophilic alanines, which used cysteine residues as caps. Doing so resulted in the creation of a molecule that displayed both hydrophobic and hydrophilic properties. The caps allowed for reversible disulfide links. The team noted that as longer chains of the molecule were formed, its conflicting reaction to water properties resulted in molecules that twisted themselves together in a solution. When attempting to separate the molecules, researchers noted the presence of a third peak holding them together; repeating the experiment using a higher concentration of salt increased the size of the third peak causing the team to wonder if a knot had been formed. Upon closer inspection using a mass spectrometer, they found that the molecule had spontaneously formed itself into a trefoil knot – one that has three loops and resembles a clover and which cannot be undone without being physically broken apart.This is the first time a self-forming trefoil knot in a molecule has been caused to come about in the lab; previous attempts to cause such knots to arise have involved trying to force them to occur using a metal ion to serve as a template – allowing them to form on their own is quite naturally much more efficient. Such knots occur quite often in nature however, which has led researchers to believe they could be created in the lab. This new approach shows that not only can such knots be caused to come about on their own, but can be done so in large quantities.Now that a way has been found to cause spontaneous trefoil knots to come about, the researchers believe there are likely other molecules that can be created that do the same. The trick is in using ingredients that have opposing forces during their creation. A trefoil knot. Credit: Wikipedia. This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. read more
August 30, 2002 Arcosanti hostsanother dance workshop conducted by the Philadelphia-based dance troop,the Groupe Motion. [Photo: SA & text: T] The workshop outlinereads: “A week of dance and movement improvisation exploring techniquesand structures of expanding awareness of space, movement vocabulary andcommunication.”[Photo: SA & text: T] The group ran intoPaolo Soleri literally on the path. [Photo: SA & text: T] The week-longworkshop was culminated in the weekend performance by the members ofthe dance company and the workshop participants. [Photo & text: T] The performancefeatured their intriguing and sponteneous movements gliding on bothlive and recorded music. [Photo & text: T] read more
13Mar Rep. Alexander supports bills that give students better choice Categories: Alexander News,News State Rep. Julie Alexander of Hanover supports curriculum-based legislation that will give students more flexibility in their high school education choices to meet graduation requirements and prepare for a career.“Preparing students for life is a key mission of a high school education and these bills will help do that,” Alexander said. “If they have an aptitude in skilled trades, computer coding or statistics then they should be given the opportunity to explore the fields that align with their future aspirations and careers. Right now, employers are looking for workers in Jackson County who have the training and experience that we are giving students in our high schools.”The four bills are:Allow students to complete their 21st Century Skills requirement through a career/technical education (CTE) or visual/performing arts course.Allow for one foreign language course requirement to be met by completing a CTE or visual/performing arts course to graduate high school.Allow for statistics to be an alternative to Algebra II within current Michigan Merit Standards that require at least four mathematic credits to graduate.Allow for computer coding to be an alternative to a foreign language graduation requirement.House Bills 4315, 4316 and 4318 have been assigned to the House Workforce and Talent Development Committee. HB 4114 has been assigned to the House Education Reform Committee.##### read more
PlayStation VRHardware revenues from virtual reality headsets, peripherals and 360° cameras are set to increase tenfold over the next five years, according to Juniper Research.The new VR markets study claims that hardware revenues will climb from an estimated US$5 billion this year to more than US$50 billion (€45 billion) by 2021, driven by the widespread adoption of VR by smartphone users, and high unit prices for PC and console headsets.Juniper predicts that the VR market will be “triggered” by the launch of the PlayStation VR headset this October, and Microsoft’s upcoming 4K and VR-capable console, dubbed Project Scorpio, in 2017.While console VR will only make up 27% of VR hardware shipments, it will account for more than 50% of VR hardware revenues, according to the research.The cost of ‘holder’ headsets, designed to offer a VR experience by housing mobile phones, are expected to remain low. However, more advanced platforms like Google Daydream – which is expected to launch this week – are projected to produce “more moderate revenues in the short term”.“On the plus side, low cost headsets will allow consumers to ‘dip’ into VR, but potentially abandon it if the experience is poor. This could be problematic for smartphone VR software developers, who will be relying on in-app purchases for revenue,” according to the research.“Console and PC based VR units can more easily provide high quality experiences, justifying a premium price and upfront software revenue. However, the shape of the early market may already have had an impact on PC-based VR content.”Google is expected to launch its much-rumoured new Pixel phones – which are tipped to be the first on the market to run Google’s Daydream VR platform – at an event in San Francisco later today. Reports also indicate Google could launch a new 4K version of its Chromecast media streaming device and its new Amazon Echo-rivalling Google Home speaker. read more
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