October 25, 2019: My Weekly Roundup of Web Design and Development News

first_imgMy answers to why accessible websites are so hard to build are: it’s not built in from the beginning of the process and team members aren’t aware/familiar with how to create accessible websites. What do you believe is the reason?Did you know cartoons are now incorporating accessibility best practices to be more inclusive? Scott Vinkle explains how Peppa Pig’s embedding audio descriptions in each of their episodes benefits all young children.WordPressThe second release candidate for WordPress 5.3 is now available for download and testing. As usual, you don’t want to test the release candidate on a production site.Join us at our November 21, 2019 West Metro Detroit WordPress meetup when Cliff Nowicki presents Bringing Over Adobe XD Assets into Divi. Not surprised to learn that GoDaddy will now offer an eCommerce tier for managed WordPress hosting to customers, partnering with WooCmmerce.Wondering what the upcoming WordPress 5.3 release will include? Two of the top features people are talking about are all the Gutenberg improvements as well as the new default theme: Twenty Twenty. A curated list of WordPress themes in the repository happened once before. It didn’t go well. It’s back for a second try, with a few changes. CSS and HTMLWhen HJ Chen created and styled a basic chat interface using Flexbox and box alignment properties, they discovered auto margins were a better alternative to justify-content for displaying margins. Read about box alignment and overflow to learn their solution. In their 25 Days of CSS Journey on CodePen, Tee Diang set a challenge to learn CSS animations in 20 of the 25 days. Instead, they spent the entire 25 days coding CSS animations. Discover what tools and process Diang used to teach themselves motion design with CSS in 25 days.With this week’s release of Firefox 70, you’ll find secure password generation, new options for styling underlines, inactive CSS rules indicator, and many more helpful features.Now this is a fun way to describe the difference between HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, using a house as an analogy. What I Found InterestingFrom stock images to icons to mockups, you’ll find all kinds of helpful free design resources in this collection from Web Designer Depot.Did you know October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month in the United States? Here are seven tips to keep you safe when you’re online. My favorite tip? Use multi-factor authentication. Can you draw a perfect circle in this online game? Seems I can’t, but I came close with a 94.5% score. If you like what you’ve read today, share the post with your colleagues and friends.Want to make sure you don’t miss out on updates? Subscribe to get notified when new posts are published.Did I miss some resources you found this week? I’d love to see them! Post them in the comments below.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading…RelatedOctober 18, 2019: My Weekly Roundup of Web Design and Development NewsIn this week’s web design and development news roundup, you’ll learn how UX design can close the gaps between people, find six things to check accessibility on every website, discover why you want to provide a viable experience, not an identical experience for different browsers, and more. If you’re new…In “Web design & development links”October 4, 2019: My Weekly Roundup of Web Design and Development NewsIn this week’s web design and development news roundup, you’ll discover how to summarize qualitative user research, learn about a free 24-hour virtual inclusive design conference, discover how to create a masonry layout with flexbox, and more. If you’re new to my blog, each Friday I publish a post highlighting…In “Web design & development links”November 8, 2019: My Weekly Roundup of Web Design and Development NewsIn this week’s web design and development news roundup, you’ll learn how to create online experiences that work well for older people, find a recap of the annual WordPress State of the Word, discover new underline CSS properties, and more. If you’re new to my blog, each Friday I publish…In “Web design & development links” Lessons learned from the California power cuts highlights how organizations can better prepare their websites to manage emergency situations. Make key information easy to navigate.When confronted by uncertainty, the first instinct of most people is to do a web search. In her UX101: Complete Guide to In-Person User Research, Sarah Kahn explains the what, why, when, and how of conducting user research and how to analyze results and report to stakeholders.AccessibilityCreating accessible digital products and services is the responsibility of everyone on the team, not only one person. Learn what designers, developers, content writers and others can offer in this role by role guide for digital teams by Perkins Access.If you’re looking for a job in the accessibility field, this post by Raghavendra Satish Peri offers a slew of resources and tips to help you find a job in digital accessibility. I agree with his tip for connecting with people in the community, either on Twitter or email lists.What alternatives to post-its can you offer?How do we make design more accessible? Not everyone can see and interact with a lot of post-it’s, in a room with a lot of people – “Too many of our methods exclude too many people. We need to change this.” @operanomad #a11yscotland— Fern Williams (@fern_rae) October 25, 2019 User ExperienceAre you planning to switch your career to user experience? Meghan Wenzel offers advice on how to learn more about the user experience field and connect with UX professionals. For longtime readers of this blog, you won’t be surprised I agree with their recommendation to attend local meetups. When Nielsen Norman Group recently researched users 65 years and older, they discovered three major changes in how they use technology compared to seniors they first researched nearly 20 years ago. Takeaway: understand who you’re designing for.center_img In this week’s web design and development news roundup, you’ll learn how organizations can better prepare their sites for emergency situations, discover what features will be in the upcoming WordPress 5.3 release, find out the differences between HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, and more. If you’re new to my blog, each Friday I publish a post highlighting my favorite user experience, accessibility, WordPress, CSS, and HTML posts I’ve read in the past week.Hope you find the resources helpful in your work or projects!Want more resources like these on a daily basis? Follow me @redcrew on Twitter.Tweet of the WeekMe, writing an email:I’m using an exclamation point so you know I’m friendly and excited! But now I’m using a period so that you know I’m not crazy. Here’s another sentence with a period as a buffer, proving my normalness. Thanks so much!— Grace Segers (@Grace_Segers) October 24, 2019last_img read more

Datatec to acquire German IT company

first_img15 July 2011JSE-listed global ICT group Datatec is to acquire entrada Kommunikations, a German-based IT security products distributor and service provider, for an undisclosed sum.The acquisition will be carried out by Datatec’s subsidiary, Westcon, and will be settled entirely in cash from Westcon’s resources.The acquisition enhances Westcon’s German presence and, with entrada’s Swiss operations, allows Westcon to expand into a new geography to better service its pan-European customers’ needs.“The acquisition of the second largest security distributor in Germany allows Westcon to significantly penetrate Europe’s biggest economy and gives its European Security division a wider geographic footprint to better service its customers’ requirements,” Datatec CEO Jens Montanana said in a statement this week.Portfolio of solutionsFounded in 1996, entrada is the second-largest value added distributor of security products in Germany – with a portfolio of solutions that includes Trend Micro, McAfee, Juniper and Riverbed. Since its founding, entrada has grown to achieve annualised revenues of over €63-million.It will now form part of Westcon’s European Security operations.“Entrada’s complementary vendor portfolio further strengthens Westcon’s security offering in Europe, bringing significant possibilities for cross selling into both customer bases,” Montanana said.The transaction is still subject to cartel clearance.Earlier this month, another Datatec subsidiary Logicalis acquired Netarx, a provider of managed services, data centres and IT solutions to customers in the mid-west USA, for about US$34-million.SAinfo reporterWould you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See: Using SAinfo materiallast_img read more

Making do in Diepsloot

first_img14 July 2011 A somewhat eroded road leads away from the upmarket Johannesburg suburb of Dainfern, flanked by a thicket of trees and a vast, arid piece of open land. The road runs directly to the suburb’s polar-opposite, an overcrowded township on the northwestern periphery of South Africa’s commercial capital city. In stark contrast to its neighbour, electricity wires crisscross the landscape, running through a mixture of compact corrugated iron shacks, small state-subsidised houses and larger bank-bonded houses. Spatial planning is adverse and living conditions are inauspicious. There is a growing population of more than 200 000 living heedlessly in the cluttered and unkempt environment. A flurry of construction characterises the township, as does traffic congestion and blaring car radios, hustling traders and bustling passers-by, all working together to disturb the peace. Welcome to Diepsloot, a sprouting settlement populated by resilient migrants and immigrants, making up a cosmopolitan community. Conditions are appalling and most locals live in abject poverty. The colloquial language is a concoction of Sepedi, Zulu and Sotho. The main road into this settlement, Ingonyama Street, is undergoing a major revamp. Walkways are being paved and the road tarred; street lights and storm water drains are being installed. Along the street there are quirky people; foreign nationals like Indians, Zimbabweans and Somalians trade out of small rented backyard abodes; the streets are crowded with loitering young and old blood.Past times In Tlou Street, a busy byway off Ingonyama Street, a throng of senior citizens casually drink beer to pass the time. Children play indigenous games nearby; scores of people mill about the streets. In this part of the neighbourhood, roads are tarred and a few smarter houses can be spotted between the corrugated iron shacks. Taverns and liquor stores are open as early as 9am and the piercing sounds of a jukebox reverberate across the neighbourhood, much to the chagrin of neighbours. In this area, lively locals – young and old – spearhead a viable economy selling an assortment of merchandise. Where Tlou Street intersects with King Dinizulu there is a linear market, comprising barber shops and beauty salons, all compacted in one small plot. Beer halls are ubiquitous and car washes, fast food outlets, panel beaters, tailors, hair salons and barbershops do booming business. It is obvious Diepsloot families depend heavily on informal trading. Leshoto Mothapo of 118 Extension 4 and three of his neighbours run a car wash called Neighbour’s Car Wash. Business is good enough to employ two other youngsters. They open at 9am and close at 6pm. Like any business, they have their challenges, but they have decided to stick it out rather than return to a life of notoriety, drugs and alcohol, social ills that had been consuming their lives, they say.RDP houses Diepsloot was established as an informal settlement when South Africa became a democracy; since then, it has undergone a major overhaul. RDP houses (a generic South African term for state-subsidised houses) have been built, which are now sandwiched by rented backyard dwellings. The area has a few amenities of which it can be proud: there is a fire station; a satellite police station and metro police offices; a few schools, with others being built; a library; a recreational park with a range of play equipment; clinics; a shopping centre; premises of various guilds; an adequate sewerage system; public lighting; and graveyards. Many religious denominations can be found among residents, all with their places of worship. Zion Christian Church, International Pentecostal Church of Christ, modern day Christians and the like can be counted among them. Elderly Joseph Kgoete is feeling a bit off-colour, yet he is bubbly and full of humour. He says he was a migrant labourer employed in Olifantsfontein, but was recently laid off because of a sprained ankle. Originally from Driekop in Mpumalanga, he settled in Diepsloot Extension 2 in 1995. When he first arrived here, Kgoete says there were a few shacks and pit toilets. “What you see now came long after.” He could have settled elsewhere in Johannesburg, but chose Diepsloot because it was closer to where he worked. These days, he passes the time by drinking sorghum beer with his mates.Elderly He speaks little about his pride for the place, opting instead to talk only about his woes. Like many elderly people in Diepsloot, Kgoete has many pressing needs, from medical care to housing and transport. On his side of town, life continues unabated. Houses overlap pavements and most locals drink as a pastime. At the end of a street, “amajita” – the local youth – unwind under a tree. They pass the time with trivial chats. Across the township, untarred roads intersect tarred ones; others are being tarred. Most locals are reluctant to talk to the media. Freddy Mamabolo, however, is not one of those. He works as a volunteer for an HIV/Aids NGO (non-governmental organisation) in the area. He came from Mamabolo, a settlement with which he shares a name, in Limpopo province to Diepsloot to look for a job in the big city and a better life. “It’s not like I like this place; it’s home to none, but we live here because it is closer to Joburg where we can find work,” he explains. Mamabolo arrived in Diepsloot in 2000 and has been a volunteer for the NGO for six years. He is MoPedi but speaks broken Zulu and English, like most migrants. “Diepsloot is quite a good place. It’s a small ghetto, growing every day with 13 extensions. When I arrived here there were only seven extensions,” he explains.Unemployment He concedes that unemployment is a pressing issue, but notes that this is not unique to Diepsloot. “The challenges we have as young people include unemployment but everywhere you find that most young people don’t have jobs,” he says. Although the area is still being developed, the few amenities there are could go a long way if locals preserved and took pride in them, he says. “If all facilities can be used in a good way I think Diepsloot will go somewhere but since our people are apathetic in community activities that poses a problem,” he says. Diepsloot is composed of mixed housing, including bonded houses in the south, built near to RDP houses, all flanking the shacks of informal settlements. Social ills plaguing the area are teenage pregnancy, unemployment, and alcohol and drug abuse among the youth. The City has improved sanitation and waste removal, and the quality of water supply and expanded access to it. Public health facilities help to detect illnesses and quarantine the sick. Young people’s guilds help to raise awareness of HIV/Aids and environmental cleanliness. Diepsloot’s population is ever-rising, the result of migration and the movement of migrant labourers from fringe provinces to the City of Gold (as Johannesburg is still known) in search of a better life. This has strained resources such as land, water, energy and social services, with little help administered only to a few.Pollution The western-edge of Diepsloot is dominated by slums, poverty stricken households and little if any economic activity or growth. People here are exposed to indoor air pollution from burning firewood. There is a lack of an adequate public health infrastructure that can identify and respond to disease outbreaks and other threats. Because litter is dumped in open spaces and on street corners, increasing quantities of waste contaminate the air and cause water pollution. If Sbu Nene had it his way, he would move to Durban (KwaZulu-Natal’s major coastal city), “where there is vibe”. However, for now he relishes the vibrant social and night life and deejaying at sporadic weekend parties. Nene moved from Kensington B, in the Johannesburg suburb of Randburg, to Diepsloot in 2000. “We had no choice but to move here,” he says, adding that the cost of living was “too high” and that transport costs aggravated circumstances. He doesn’t like talking about his living conditions, noting only that he likes walking to Diepsloot Mall, a kilometre and a half from his home. “If you don’t have a R5 fare for a local cab you might as well walk and I enjoy it. It gives me time to unwind,” he says. The biggest problem in Diepsloot, Mamabolo believes, is apathy and the general perception most locals have, that “we are not here for anything but money and jobs. How Diepsloot develops and what happens to is not our problem.” Despite this, Diepsloot residents have a cohesive identity which has sustained the settlement and grown it into what it is today. And this is what is distinctive about the place – life is communal and some people are united in the future social wellbeing of their neighbourhood. Source: City of Johannesburglast_img read more

Tennis SA overhauls its Fed Cup system

first_img18 March 2014Earl Grainger, South Africa’s newly appointed Fed Cup captain, is on a mission to improve women’s tennis in the country. On Monday, Grainger, together with Tennis South Africa, announced a complete overhaul of the Fed Cup system in the country.A Fed Cup squad comprising of 15 of the country’s top senior and junior players has been confirmed for 2014, and for the first time in years it includes South Africa’s highest ranked women’s singles player, Chani Scheepers, who last made herself available for Fed Cup duty in 2005.Grainger said that he had held long discussions with Scheepers, who was very excited by the new plans.‘Totally committed’“Chani assured me that she is totally committed to South African tennis,” Grainger said in a statement.“We spoke about her not being available for Fed Cup in the past and we discussed the future. Chani wants to help us in every possible way and I was delighted that she agreed to be part of the Fed Cup squad.”SquadTwelve of the 15 squad members were announced on Monday. They are: Chani Scheepers; Chanel Simmonds; Natasha Fourouclas; Madrie Le Roux; Natalie Grandin; Ilze Hattingh; Michelle Sammons; Lynn Kiro; Zani Barnard; Lee Barnard; Theresa Van Zyl; and Janet Koch. Three more players will be added to the squad shortly.The players in the squad were selected according to their world rankings and participation on the WTA Tour. Juniors with potential were also considered and players that supported the TSA tournament programme were given added consideration.Euro Africa Group 2 tournamentGrainger said that he would announce his Fed Cup team on Friday to play in the Euro Africa Group 2 tournament in Lithuania from 16 to 19 April.“I will be monitoring the players, their progress and their schedules at all times,” Grainger explained. “I will also be at all major local and international tournaments to watch the players compete and be on hand at these events to offer them advice.”ConsultantsTennis South Africa also confirmed that two consultants – seasoned doubles specialist Natalie Grandin of Durban and leading coach Allan Karam of Pretoria – would work with Grainger on the Fed Cup project. Grandin and Karam would be on hand not only to advise Grainger but also to work with the players in the squad.Karam said that the aim was to build for the future. “Let’s not be fooled, there is plenty of talent in our country. All we need to do is identify players, nurture and develop their skills, and look at long term success for our country.“I am optimistic about this new look Fed Cup project. As long as we give the girls every opportunity available to enable them to progress and develop, this added support will for sure assist them in becoming successful professional players, which will in turn be good for our Fed Cup hopes,” Karam added.He warned, however, that the road ahead would be a big challenge. “It’s not going to be easy, but Earl has some really great and positive vision, and Natalie and I look forward to the challenge.”‘This is a great idea’Grandin shared a similar view to Karam, and was feeling positive about her involvement with the project. “I am and have always been happy to help Tennis South Africa,” she said. “I think this is a great idea and I am sure that with all my years of experience playing in the Fed Cup team, and on the pro tour, I will be able to help South Africa move up to Group 1. The team definitely has enough talent to move up and be a strong contender in years to come.”Free of charge training squads for the players are planned to be held at least four times a year, with the players in the squad being given top class technical, physical and mental training to prepare them for the professional tour.‘Hard, dedicated work’“Hard, dedicated work will enable the girls to earn a place in the squad. My plan is to give the girls something that they have never experienced before and after each squad session I really want the girls to have gained enormously from the technical, physical and mental sessions we will offer them,” Grainger said.He warned, though, that the players would have to work hard and win matches to keep their spots in the squad. “I need a hard working bunch of players that are totally committed to their game, to Tennis South Africa and the country as a whole. If they are not committed and show signs of poor performance they will stand a chance of losing their spot in the squad,” he said.The first squad session will be held at Johannesburg’s Bedfordview Tennis Club from 9 to 12 April.SAinfo reporterlast_img read more

March Networks Combines Video and RFID Data to Unlock Business Insights

first_imgMarch Networks®, a global provider of intelligent IP video solutions, is pleased to announce the integration of its powerful March Networks Searchlight™ for Retail software with high-performance fixed Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology from Zebra Technologies. The integrated solution enables organizations to enhance loss prevention capabilities and visually verify events to draw additional business insights.“Every day we speak with corporate leaders who are starting to treat video as a core component of their technology strategy,” said Jeff Corrall, Integrations Business Development Manager, March Networks. “Integrated video can provide an almost unlimited view of the business, capturing everything from point-of-sale (POS) engagement, to banking transactions, to what went out the back door.”By combining data from Zebra RFID-tagged items with high-definition surveillance video, March Networks Searchlight makes it possible for companies to quickly search events by date, time, brand, product type, serial number or Electronic Product Code (EPC). They can then access the associated video with a single click to see exactly when and how an item entered or left a location. Users can conduct searches centrally from any networked location and simultaneously across multiple locations.- Sponsor – For example, an organization can discover in minutes the last time a specific, high-value item was present in a store or warehouse by searching on the product serial number and reviewing the recorded video. Similarly, it can use the same search capability to resolve more systemic – and potentially costly – issues, such as tracking the 10 or 12 items reported missing from inventory at the end of each month. In the future, the tight integration of RFID, POS and video data could enable automated alerts in the Searchlight software. This would allow companies to proactively respond to anomalies such as high-value items being removed from a location without first being captured on an order, or the need to replenish best-selling items on store or warehouse shelves.March Networks will showcase the integrated Searchlight for Retail solution in Booth 1614 at the ASIS International Annual Seminar and Exhibits, September 12-15 in Orlando, FL. For more information, please visit www.marchnetworks.com/ASIS. Stay UpdatedGet critical information for loss prevention professionals, security and retail management delivered right to your inbox.  Sign up nowlast_img read more

LPM Excellence Program Recognizes Steve Hyle for Partnerships

first_imgExcellence in PartnershipsSteve Hyle, Vice President, Director of National Accounts, AFA Protective Systems“It was during my tenure in retail loss prevention that I discovered my passion for finding solutions to promote sales and better protect assets and people,” said Hyle. “During my retail career, I was truly fortunate to work with a number of highly respected solution providers that were instrumental in providing the knowledge and support to help me succeed. Through these relationships, I discovered the tools, techniques, and skills to make a positive difference in my company and my career.“I’ve always considered sincerity to be an important virtue in business and in life. Sincerity provides the foundation for establishing trust and honesty in any relationship. A true solution provider is also a genuine business partner, striving to build relationships and dedicated to both achieving success in business as well as the growth and development of those involved. They’re unselfish and eager to share their knowledge for the benefit of others. They want to make a positive difference.- Sponsor – “Successful partnerships require mutual commitment and accountability. Like any relationship, the growth and longevity of a partnership is measured by the extent to which both parties are committed to support each other and deliver on the promises made along the way. Be thoughtful and sincere when making promises to others and always follow through on your commitments regardless of their importance.”Nominations Are EncouragedThe LPM team is privileged to have a front-row seat to the very best in the loss prevention industry, providing a unique opportunity to present positive, productive ways to promote loss prevention, build successful and constructive partnerships, educate and inform the LP community, and support the thought leadership that drives us forward.The LP Magazine “Magpie” Awards are a means to celebrate industry accomplishments on an ongoing basis, recognizing the loss prevention professionals, teams, solution providers, law enforcement partners, and others that demonstrate a stellar contribution to the profession. Steve Hyle is among our November–December 2017 recipients.We want this to be your program. Those of you working as LP practitioners witness these exceptional performances on a regular and ongoing basis, and we strongly encourage you to provide us with nominees for each of the award categories. We encourage creative nominations and want the program to cast a positive light on the many tremendous contributions of the loss prevention community. Nominations can be submitted via email to excellence (at) LPportal (dot) com.Find out who else has been recognized in the November–December 2017 issue – check out “LPM “Magpie” Awards: Applauding Excellence.” Stay UpdatedGet critical information for loss prevention professionals, security and retail management delivered right to your inbox.  Sign up nowlast_img read more

Bing Debuts Social Search with New Facebook Integration

first_imgA Comprehensive Guide to a Content Audit Google cannot do this because Facebook does not allow it. But, Microsoft has always had a good relationship with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and were one of the early investors in the social platform, so Bing gets to integrate Facebook basically as much as it wants. A lot of people have come to count on the fact that Google cannot crawl Facebook for privacy reasons so with Bings basically unfiltered access, it might be time to revisit those privacy settings within Facebook.Other features include “shared shopping lists” and flight planners that help friends share ticketing information to look for the best deal. It will also help you find friends in different cities when you are traveling with a function called “friends who live here.”Video: Bing Puts User Control at the Center of Search Experience Facebook is Becoming Less Personal and More Pro… dan rowinski The Dos and Don’ts of Brand Awareness Videos Tags:#Facebook#Microsoft#search#web Microsoft’s search engine is about to tie its search results to the Facebook social graph in a move that will come as a blow to Google and its +1 initiative. Where Bing will be able to take existing “likes” from friends and integrate them into search, Google +1 has to be added from within search results before someone even clicks on a page. Google’s biggest rivals are teaming up to try and make the Mountain View giant irrelevant in the future of social search.The news was originally reported by Ad Age last week. Microsoft posted it as a blog post in its press center earlier today but the blog post had been pulled for unknown reasons. It is reported to be going live tomorrow, May 17. Bing put the blog post back up Monday afternoon with fuller details.The most exciting news to come out of the release is that there will be a new Bing Bar with a “universal like button,” the first of its kind. Users will now be able to like any page on the Web from anywhere, regardless if that site has a like button installed or not.Bing search results will now show “liked results, answers and sites” by showing contents that friends have liked. It will also show personalized results by surfacing content that friends have liked from “deep within” search results to the top page. Around 33% of users click on the top link of search results with click-through results dropping precipitously going down the page and to subsequent pages. So, if your friend liked something that was buried on page 89 of the search results, Bing will in theory bring it to the front page. Crowd Sourcing SearchOutside of friends, Bing is looking towards crowd sourcing the decision engine by using the aggregate of likes on the Internet and bringing them to forefront. Bing also apparently will have the ability to crawl Facebook Pages for what brands and companies are posting online.It is not just pages though, Bing can crawl profiles too. According to the pulled blog post; “Now when people search for a specific person, Bing provides a more in-depth bio snapshot, such as location, education and employment details, to help them find the person they’re looking for more quickly.” Guide to Performing Bulk Email Verification Related Posts last_img read more

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 LTE-A supporting up to 300Mbps download speeds launched

first_imgSouth Korean tech giant Samsung has launched a new’faster’ LTE-A variant of its much-acclaimed Galaxy Note 4 phablet. The SamsungGalaxy Note 4 LTE-A (SM-916) is notably the world’s first LTE-A tri-bandcarrier aggregation smartphone and will be available for grabs in South Korea startingmid-January. There is however no word yet regarding the device’sglobal availability as of now.The original Galaxy Note also supports LTE-A howeverwith dual-band carrier aggregation. The device can achieve a maximum download speedof 150Mbps. The new SM-916 variant rakes in three bands and can handle downloadspeeds of up to 300MbpsThat’s not all, the new Samsung Galaxy Note 4 LTE-A(SM-916) is also Category 9 service authorized and can handle a peak downloadspeed of 450Mbps. That said, the Category 9 network service is not availablefor commercial usage as of now. The new Samsung Galaxy Note 4 S-LTE comes with thesame specifications set as the original Galaxy Note 4. It features a 5.7-inch Quad-HD Super AMOLED displaywith a 1440×2560 pixels resolution and is powered by a 2.7GHz QualcommSnapdragon 805 processor coupled with 2GB RAM.It sports a 16MP autofocus rear camera with Smart OIS,and a 3.7MP front-facing snapper. Connectivity options on the device include:Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, GPS/ Glonass, NFC, Bluetooth v4.0, IR LED, USB 2.0,and MHL 3.0.last_img read more

a month agoREVEALED: Man Utd made triple-threat check on Moussa Dembele

first_imgREVEALED: Man Utd made triple-threat check on Moussa Dembeleby Paul Vegasa month agoSend to a friendShare the loveManchester United are scouting Lyon striker Moussa Dembele leading up to the January market.The Daily Mail says United sent a scout to Wednesday’s draw with Brest, where Dembele scored, and Sunday’s clash with PSG. They also had a presence at the Champions League match against Zenit Saint-Petersburg last week.Dembele has been in fine form this season and already has six goals from six appearances in Ligue 1 — with all of his shots on target finding the back of the net. He is the top scorer in the division. TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more

Montaric Brown, 4-Star Safety, Commits To Arkansas

first_imgMontaric Brown seen at his visit to Arkansas.Twitter/@yvngsimba3Montaric Brown is on a visit to Arkansas today, and while in Fayetteville, he pulled the trigger on a commitment. 247Sports ranks Brown No. 1 among all recruits in Arkansas, making this a huge recruiting win for the Razorbacks.Brown announced his commitment via Twitter moments ago.pic.twitter.com/6ryO191FO5— August 24th (@yvngsimba3) July 28, 2016Here is the full note he used to announce the decision. First off in [sic] would like to thank everyone who has believed in me throughout this process. I want to thank my family, friends, coaches and teammates for their much needed support. I want to thank the college coahces who have invested their time and given me the opportunity to play for their schools. After much discussion with my family, I would like to further my academic and athletic career and commit to The University of Arkansas. WooPig!!! #UnCommon17Brown’s decision was foreshadowed by fellow Arkansas commit Koilan Jackson, a three-star wide receiver, who tweeted the decision a few minutes before it became official. My Boy @yvngsimba3 finally a HOG now Congrats on the commitment dude! Welcome to the Family— Koilan Jackson™ (@KoilanJack3) July 28, 2016In addition to being the No. 1 recruit in Arkansas, 247Sports ranks Montaric Brown as the nation’s No. 18 safety.Brown chose Arkansas over Alabama, Auburn, Baylor, LSU, Missouri, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, and others.With Brown’s decision, Arkansas now has 18 players in the 2017 class. He is the second safety and fourth defensive back to join Arkansas’ class.Keeping top players in state is vital for any team, especially Arkansas. Unlike other SEC programs, the Razorbacks don’t have a ton of elite players in their backyard, so hanging on to a guy like Brown is essential. Bret Bielema and the Hogs have landed four of the top 20 recruits out of Arkansas.last_img read more