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The Houston Rockets are reportedly among the teams interested in trading for Denver Nuggets forward Wilson Chandler ahead of Thursday's NBA trade deadline. Chris Haynes of ESPN.com reported Houston was a team to "keep an eye on." Chandler, 29, is averaging 15.6 points and 6.7 rebounds per game this season in Denver. He is under contract through the 2018-19 season on a team-friendly deal, so he is seen as an attractive trade chip for wing-needy teams. More to follow.
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The PS Vita may not have been the runaway success that Sony had hoped for, but there may be life yet in the idea of a handheld follow up. Well, at least as far as this portable console patent suggests anyway. NeoGAF user ponpo uncovered the below Sony patent, which was filed in 2015 and has recently been made public: The patent, which describes a central screen unit with pronged controller grips either side, seems a halfway house between a smartphone or tablet and a handheld. In other words, it's not unlike Nintendo's soon-to-be-released Switch (though the 2015 date for the patent makes it more likely that Sony was taking "inspiration" from Razer's short-lived Edge Pro Gaming Tablet) . Vita vacuum Could this mark a return to the handheld space for Sony? Don't hold your breath. A patent submission for starters is not a definite marker for a new device in development it's simply a way for Sony to protect its ideas.
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We have a responsibility, not to next year's growth figures or inflation figures, but to the prosperity of our country for decades to come. I am delighted to follow the Noble Lord Mandelson in his contribution to this debate.
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Barcelona, Santos and star forward Neymar all had their appeals turned down by a Spanish high court and will stand trial on charges of fraud and corruption. Reuters (for Sky Sports) shared a statement from the court, which added Neymar's mother and the family company to the list: "Santos FC, Barcelona FC, Neymar, his mother Nadine Goncalves and NN, the family company, have lost their appeals to have charges of fraud and corruption dropped." Per the report, Brazilian investment group DIS complained they didn't receive all the money owed to them when Neymar made the move from Santos to Barcelona in 2013. More to follow.