More Cavani speculation and report says Chelsea will tell Cech to leave

first_imgCiting a tweet by a Spanish journalist, the Express say Arsenal look set to beat Chelsea as well as Manchester United and Liverpool to the signing of Paris St-Germain striker Edinson Cavani.It is claimed that the Blues want Cavani, who has been linked with a move to Stamford Bridge many times. Arsenal are apparently willing to pay £51m for him.Chelsea are again linked with Real Madrid’s Germany star Sami Khedira – again by the Express.The midfielder, who played under Jose Mourinho at Real, has been tipped to move to the Bridge or Arsenal after being left out for this week’s Uefa Super Cup game against Sevilla.Chelsea will tell Petr Cech to find a new club, according to Goal.com.There has been speculation about the 32-year-old’s future, with Thibaut Courtois widely expected to be installed as the club’s first-choice goalkeeper.Real Madrid, PSG and Monaco are all said to be monitoring the situation.And Chelsea youngster Victorien Angban is set to join French club SC Bastia on loan, according to reports in the midfielder’s native Ivory Coast.Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more

Ebuni | Wide Comb French Beak Hair Clip – Best hair clip ever

first_imgSize (approx max dimensions): 12cm x 5cm x 4cm The confidence hair clip Happy with my purchase SummaryReviewer Nathalie DuboisReview Date2019-09-13 02:01:50Reviewed Item Ebuni | Wide Comb French Beak Hair Clip with Teeth – Tortoiseshell (Brown)Rating 4.4 / 5  stars, based on  7  reviews Quality metal spring Strong Glossy Plastic with hand applied finish Really secure clip Colour: Tortoiseshell / Brown Features of Ebuni | Wide Comb French Beak Hair Clip with Teeth – Tortoiseshell (Brown)Made in FranceStrong Glossy Plastic with hand applied finishQuality metal springColour: Tortoiseshell / BrownSize (approx max dimensions): 12cm x 5cm x 4cmMade in France Works really well even on my slippery fine hair. I twist my hair and then it doesnt slide out. This would be too big if i didnt have a lot of fine hair, but would also be big enough for at least a half up style on very thick hair. Its quite big, so check the dimensions before buying. High quality and large enough , love it. Expencive but worth the money. I love this hair clip so easy to use so comfortable and great for holding up my thick and heavy hair i wear this with confidence knowing my hair looks good this is a hair clip were you just have to have a spare one l love it and so well made my only let down is they don’t make them in colours other than brown shades l would love a collection of them in differant colours especially for the summer time. I struggled to find these in the shops, the dog chewed my last one so i was glad to find this. The quality is good, plastic is strong. I have just past the shoulder hair and i can twist up and put this in. It then stays up all day, no grips or spray. Much like the other spring clips with jaws but in my opinion more grown up. The best hair clip i have ever had. Its made of plastic but not the hard plastic like the most of the others so is flexible and won’t snap like the other do. It hold my hair well and my hair is think. I want to buy another one but they are unavailable. Please bring them back again. Posted on September 13, 2019Author Nathalie DuboisCategories ClawsTags Ebunilast_img read more

iPhone as RFID Tag & Reader: Coming Soon

first_imgTimo Arnall from Touch noted in a follow-up post in November that RFID and NFC peripherals are beginning to be released for the iPhone. 2010 could be a great year for RFID in the consumer market, if it is to be a feature of the next iPhone. Expect to see it in Android devices too. Will mobile phones provide the tipping point for adoption of the Internet of Things? We’ve seen now that mobile phones are a big driver of consumer adoption for both barcodes and RFID tags, so we wouldn’t be surprised. richard macmanus According to a number of believable blog reports, RFID is set to be a part of the as yet unannounced iPhone 4G. Apple holds a patent for a touch screen RFID tag reader and is said to be testing an RFID-enabled iPhone currently. So RFID could be a feature of the iPhone 4G as soon as Spring 2010. As MacRumors succinctly explained in November, mobile phone usage of RFID technology will come in the form of Near Field Communication (NFC). NFC is a new standard based on RFID and it has three use cases: the phone as an RFID tag; the phone as RFID Reader; and peer to peer communication (P2P) between two NFC-enabled phones.The first two use cases are the most interesting. Using the iPhone as an RFID tag means it can be a deployed as a payment device (similar to a credit card), identity card, security device, and more. This type of functionality is already happening in Japan, where the RFID Suica chip is installed in some mobile phones.Using the phone as an RFID Reader allows the iPhone to interact with RFID-enabled objects in the real world. Check out this prototype from a Norwegian research organization called Touch, using the iPhone as a Media Player: A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… Related Posts center_img We began our Mobile Web Meets Internet of Things series yesterday with a look at barcode scanning. We wrote that smartphones are increasingly being deployed as readers for barcodes – in particular via apps available on iPhone and Android. These applications, such as RedLaser on iPhone and ShopSavvy on Android, allow you to scan a barcode on a product or object and get more information about it.We noted however that RFID tags are more functional and flexible than barcodes. While barcodes are cheaper and getting traction in the U.S. with the QR format, the potential for RFID tags is even greater. Apple knows this and if rumors are to believed, RFID will be integrated into the iPhone 4G later this year.RWW’s Mobile Web Meets Internet of Things Series:Mobile Apps For Barcode ScanningiPhone as RFID Tag & ReaderSensors & Mobile PhonesMobile Phone as Proximity Sensor Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting Tags:#Internet of Things#Trends#web 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Marketlast_img read more

Naga groups pushing for separate flag: Nagaland Deputy Chief Minister

first_imgNagaland Deputy Chief Minister Y. Patton has said that the signing of the Naga peace accord will take a few more days and that the Naga groups, including the NSCN(IM), will keep negotiating for a separate constitution and flag.Mr. Patton, who also holding the Home portfolio, said Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio and he were seeking an appointment with Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Union Home Minister Amit Shah to get clarity on their future role.“The signing of the final Naga agreement will not take much time as major groups are on board. We want to know what will be the role of the present government after the accord is sealed. This is the issue we want to discuss with the Prime Minister and the Home Minister,” Mr. Patton, who reached Delhi on Friday, told The Hindu.Mr. Rio is also in Delhi.Mr. Patton said they would have to speak to the neighbouring States of Assam, Manipur and Arunachal Pradesh amid the possible creation of autonomous councils in Naga-populated areas.“Now they (Centre) will have to tell us the truth, they cannot hide from us any more. The Governor is having discussions with NNPGs and NSCN-IM; things are almost settled but I cannot say anything before it is finalised,” he said.Manipur has been on edge as the peace agreement reaches its final stages.Naga interlocutor R.N. Ravi, who is also Nagaland’s Governor, is holding final discussions with National Socialist Council of Nagaland (Isak-Muivah) and Naga National Political Groups (NNPG) in the last leg of meetings in Delhi.Lt. Gen. (retd) Shokin Chauhan, chairman of the ceasefire monitoring group, said the situation in Nagaland was peaceful and he was deputed to speak to the NSCN-IM to sort out any apprehension they might have.“I spoke to them (NSCN-IM) on the Centre’s behalf. Most of them were worried about their safety, like what will happen to their cadres, weapons etc after the agreement is signed. I was available to listen to them,” Lt. Gen. (retd) Chauhan said. The armed group, which signed a ceasefire in 1997, has been operating from a camp in Hebron in Nagaland.NSCN-IM statementOn October 31, the NSCN-IM released a statement that the negotiating team led by T. Muivah, has extended his gratitude to various civil society groups including the church and that “God has answered your (Naga people) prayers and they are now able to take positive steps towards a final solution.”Earlier, the Centre had accused the NSCN-IM with which it signed a framework agreement to find a solution to the decades-old Naga issue in 2015 of delaying the talks. However, on Thursday, Mr. Ravi said the armed group was back on board and the final discussions were underway.The NSCN-IM has been fighting for ‘Greater Nagaland’ or Nagalim — it wants to extend Nagaland’s borders by including Naga-dominated areas in neighbouring Assam, Manipur and Arunachal Pradesh — to unite 1.2 million Nagas. The Centre has however, ruled out any disintegration of the States of Assam, Arunachal Pradesh and Manipur in order to merge the Naga-inhabited areas with the existing State of Nagaland.The NNPG in a statement had claimed that Centre has “endorsed the usage of Naga emblem/flag specifically for cultural identity within Naga homeland.”last_img read more