Continue Reading Previous New core and API seek to meld multiple AI enginesNext Corelis introduces ScanExpress v 9.4 boundary-scan software suite Farnell is now shipping the Avnet SmartEdge Industrial IoT Gateway; the low-cost industrial gateway powered by Raspberry Pi. Since the launch of the product at Embedded World Germany in February 2019, there has been significant demand for the gateway for use in a range of applications, including: building management, vehicle monitoring, industrial automation and predictive maintenance.The Avnet SmartEdge Industrial IoT Gateway, coupled with seamless, secure connectivity enabled by Avnet’s IoTConnect platform delivers a powerful set of features to gather, analyse and provide actionable, real-time data visualisation. Avnet’s IoTConnect platform runs on Microsoft Azure, a comprehensive set of edge-to-cloud services that are enterprise-ready to build, deploy, and manage IoT connected assets efficiently. Share this:TwitterFacebookLinkedInMoreRedditTumblrPinterestWhatsAppSkypePocketTelegram Tags: Boards & Modules
Two variants of the Redmi Note 7 Pro were launched in India but only the base model with 4GB RAM was available for buying so far. Today, for the first time the top-end model of the Redmi Note 7 Pro with 6GB RAM and 128GB storage will go on sale in India. The 6GB RAM and 128GB storage model of the Redmi Note 7 Pro will go on sale in the country at 12noon today on Mi.com, Flipkart, and Mi Home store. Alongside the 6GB RAM model, the base 4GB RAM model of the Redmi phone will also be available for grabs.It is worth noting that the only difference between the two variants of the Redmi Note 7 Pro is in RAM and storage. Of course the pricing is also different. The Redmi Note 7 Pro 6GB RAM + 128GB storage comes for Rs 16,999 while the 4GB RAM + 64GB storage model comes for Rs 13,999. Both the variants of the Redmi Note 7 Pro will be available in all three colours — Neptune Blue, Space Black and Nebula Red.As far as the specs are concerned, the Redmi Note 7 Pro comes packed with a 6.3-inch IPS LCD full HD+ display with 19.5:9 aspect ratio and screen resolution of 1080 x 2340 pixels. The Redmi phone sports gradient finish which gives a premium touch to the smartphone. The dot drop notch display on the front which equips a selife camera.On the hardware front, the Redmi Note 7 Pro is powered by Snapdragon 675 2.0 GHz octa-core processor and Adreno 612 graphics paired with up to 6GB RAM and 128GB storage. As noted earlier in the article, the Redmi Note 7 Pro comes in two variants — 4GB RAM/64GB storage and 6GB RAM/128GB storage. The phone comes with a hybrid SIM slot and also supports a microSD card.advertisementOn the camera front, the Redmi Note 7 Pro comes bundled with AI-based dual camera setup on the back and single sensor on the back. On the rear panel, the phone includes a 48-megapixel Sony IMX586 as the main camera and 5-megapixel secondary sensor. On the front, the Redmi Note 7 Pro comes packed with a 13-megapixel camera for clicking selfies. The phone includes a 4,000mAh battery with 18W fast charging support. The phone also supports USB-C and a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor.Notably, alongside the Redmi Note 7 Pro, the Redmi Note 7 also goes on sale in India today at 12noon. Both the variants of the Redmi Note 7 — 3GB RAM/32GB storage for Rs 9,999 and 4GB RAM/64GB storage for Rs 11,999 — will be available during today’s sale. The phone will be available on Flipkart, Mi.com and Mi Home.ALSO READ | Oppo Reno set to launch today: Specs, expected price, how to watch livestreamALSO READ | Samsung Galaxy A90 expected to launch today at A Galaxy Event: What we know so far and how to watchALSO READ | OnePlus 7 Pro hands-on photos and full specs sheet leak, may come to India soon
Arsenal boss Emery defends Ozil halftime hook: Nothing personalby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveArsenal boss Unai Emery has defended hooking Mesut Ozil at halftime for their draw at Brighton.Emery insists the decision was not personal.He said, “It is one decision tactically, and also the decision is because we have [done] it before because we have a lot of matches away when it tactically changes something, not for the player but for the team. A lot of the matches when we play in the second half, for example Iwobi, it helps us with a different situation tactically and helps us to win the matches.”In other matches, when we changed for the second half we took the performance to go to win. Yesterday, my intention was the same, it is tactically to change one player for another and with our analysis before that in other matches, in the second-half sessions is the reason I do that. But for me, it is only tactically and not [down to the] player, and for me every player is the same. “Sometimes I change Aubameyang, sometimes I change Lacazette and sometimes I change Matteo – it happens to every player and sometimes the result is good and the other times it doesn’t give us the result on the pitch. But the decision is only tactical.” About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say
TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Juventus midfielder Emre Can keen to hear from Man Utdby Paul Vegas8 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveJuventus midfielder Emre Can is keen to hear from Manchester United .The German star moved to Italy in 2018 on a free transfer from Liverpool, but is enduring a nightmare second season at the Allianz Stadium, making just three substitute appearances in Serie A so far.Tuttosport says Can is attracting interest across Europe and is weighing up his next move after his agents made contact with various clubs. United is his preferred option and the midfielder is seen as a potential replacement for Paul Pogba, who has strongly been linked with an Old Trafford exit.Juventus are next in action against Bologna, seeking to extend a one-point gap at the head of Serie A.
VIENNA — The Latest on the OPEC oil meeting (all times local):4 p.m.Iraq’s representative in OPEC says the oil cartel has agreed to a proposal that will see global in oil production reduced by 1.2 million barrels a day.According to Thamir Ghadhban, the proposed cut would be made up of 800,000 barrels per day from OPEC countries and 400,000 barrels from non-OPEC nations.The proposed cut was in line with the 1 million to 1.3 million barrels per day expected by analysts.___11:10 a.m.OPEC countries are mulling a possible cut to oil production in an attempt to stabilize prices as they meet for a second straight day.Heavyweight Saudi Arabia has been pushing a cut of about 1 million barrels a day, but the oil cartel was not able to make a decision on Thursday.Analysts say they’re likely waiting to hear from non-OPEC Russia to better co-ordinate the cut.Heading in to Friday’s meeting in Vienna, Nigerian Petroleum Minister Ibe Kachikwu told reporters he was “hopeful” the nations would be able to reach an agreement.Ahead of the meeting Brent, the international standard, was down 59 cents at $59.47 a barrel while benchmark New York crude was 61 cents lower at $50.88.Oil prices have fallen about 25 per cent in recent months.The Associated Press
FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The B.C. Conservation Officer Service received a report of a cougar sighting last week near Charlie Lake.North Peace BCCO Sergeant, Shawn Brinsky, says they did receive a report of a cougar sighting on the road within the area of Charlie Lake. Brinsky adds that it is not uncommon to see a cougar in that area.“Last week we received a reported sighting of a cougar crossing the road and in the past, it’s not uncommon to have cougar sightings in and around Charlie Lake and that side of Fort St. John.” Brinsky is reminding residents to keep their pets on a leash and to monitor children when outside to prevent injury or death from a cougar attack.Brinsky says it is also a good idea for parents to remind their children the safety tips of what to do if you encounter a cougar or other wild cat.Brinsky advises the public to stay alert and to report any further sightings to the RAPP line at 1-877-952-7277.Safety tips can be found on the Government of B.C.’s website.
Other recommendations include consideration of directing a portion of royalties from oil and gas development in the ALR to a regional agricultural development fund and creating an agreement between the ALC and Oil and Gas Commission for sharing impact assessments and other information.Agriculture Minister Lana Popham says in a statement the government has already acted on 13 recommendations released in an interim report, including passing laws aimed at keeping farmland affordable and cracking down on illegal dumping.“I want to thank the committee for its dedication and the thoughtful recommendations made in this report,” said the statement says.“Our government is committed to helping farmers farm. We asked the committee members to provide advice on how the ALR and ALC can provide the best support for farmers, ranchers and producers to ensure B.C.’s agricultural sector continues to thrive, and they delivered.” The committee commissioned to complete the report consists of eight British Columbians with diverse agricultural backgrounds and experience.More than 2,300 British Columbians responded to the committee’s online discussion paper and survey, and the committee also received over 270 written submissions.The committee held engagement sessions with local governments and agricultural stakeholders in nine communities throughout the province and met with the Union of B.C. Municipalities and the ALC. VICTORIA, B.C. – An independent report on agricultural revitalization in British Columbia is calling for a task force to address the “imbalance” between oil and gas development and agriculture in the province’s northeast.The Agriculture Ministry released the final report today that makes 32 recommendations related to the province’s Agricultural Land Commission and Reserve.It calls for the proposed task force to review how to balance the surface rights of farmers and ranchers with subsurface rights of the extractors, and to deliver a strategy to address “the significant resource extraction issues” affecting farmland in the Peace Region. In a letter introducing the report, committee chair and former Independent MLA Vicki Huntington calls for a government-wide policy shift that identifies B.C.’s agricultural land and industry as equivalent to other natural resources.Huntington says the oil and gas industry has had a significant and growing impact in the northeast and the development of the energy sector has exceeded the capacity of the current regulatory environment to protect farmland.The report recommends the Energy and Agriculture ministries, the Agricultural Land Commission and the B.C. Oil and Gas Commission work together to develop a healthier relationship that respects not only the energy industry, but also the “increasingly besieged agriculture industry.”“Surface and subsurface infrastructure expansion is progressing exponentially and activities that were once temporary have become permanent industrial sites built on farmland and next to farm communities,” the letter says.“The cumulative impact is making it increasingly difficult for many farmers and ranchers to effectively use their land.”The proposed task force should review how farmers and ranchers might be given authority to influence negotiations on the location of oil and gas facilities and infrastructure, and complete an impact assessment of all oil and gas activity within the ALR, the report says.
VANCOUVER – Jim Pattison’s Great Pacific Capital Corp. has made an offer to buy the rest of Canfor Corp. it does not already own for $16 per share.Shares in Canfor closed at $8.80 on the Toronto Stock Exchange on Friday.Great Pacific already owns about a 51 per cent stake in the lumber producer. The offer values Canfor at about $2 billion.Great Pacific says the proposed transaction will allow for the elimination of the significant costs related to maintaining a public company listing and allow for reinvestment of that money in the company’s operations.Canfor says it has formed a special committee of independent directors to review the offer and consider its strategic alternatives.
Nagpur: Union minister Nitin Gadkari Monday filed his nomination for the Nagpur Lok Sabha seat, where polls will be held on April 11. Gadkari, who had defeated Vilas Muttemwar (Congress) in the 2014 elections by a margin of 2.84 lakh votes, said he will win with a bigger margin this time around. “This time, I will win with a bigger margin. People have a good opinion of the work done by the Narendra Modi-led government in the last five years. Our government did more than (was promised in) the poll manifesto,” Gadkari told reporters. Also Read – Uddhav bats for ‘Sena CM’ The BJP veteran was accompanied by Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis, Energy Minister Chandrashekar Bawankule, family members and a large number of party workers, while filing his nomination. “Your support and love is the biggest strength for us,” Gadkari said. Fadnavis said Gadkari will register a “historic win” from Nagpur. “He will create a record in Maharashtra,” the chief minister said, adding the BJP-Shiv Sena combine would win 45 of the 48 Lok Sabha seats in the state. Shiv Sena’s Krupal Tumane, sitting MP from Ramtek (SC) seat, also filed his nomination for the Ramtek seat. Nana Patole of Congress, who will take on Gadkari in Nagpur, and former IAS officer Kishor Gajbhiye, pitted against Tumane from Ramtek, are expected to file nominations later Monday.