Sky News
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So not to speak a lot about it, we didn't think a lot about it, we took it like it was or is and that's the way we want to carry on. Steven Gerrard says Klopp played a key role in his appointment as a Liverpool Academy Coach. Gerrard starts his new job next month and insists his decision to return to the club isn't based on sentiment, but more about developing as a coach.
Sky News
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We had, maybe, the biggest problem is now in the last three to five weeks. We coped pretty well with it. We speak a lot about it. We didn't think about it. We took it like it was, and it is, and that is the way we want to carry on. Steven Gerrard says Klopp played a key role in his appointment as a Liverpool Academy Coach. Gerrard starts his new job next month and insists his decision to return to the club isn't based on sentiment, but more about developing as a coach.
The Sun Daily
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Against the backdrop of rising protectionist sentiments in a number of countries, the minister assured the international community that the country was not in retreat, stressing that Malaysia remained open for business. "Foreign investments have played a major role in our economic development and we will continue to welcome high quality investments, especially in the catalytic subsectors, namely chemicals, electrical and electronics, and machinery and equipment, as well as other high potential growth areas including aerospace, medical devices and digital economy," he added. Mustapa said Malaysia has been a major beneficiary of foreign direct investment, which had also contributed to the country's exports given that a large number of foreign companies operating in Malaysia were 100% export-oriented. "The presence of foreign companies in our economy has also provided our local small and medium enterprises access to valuable technology transfer and exchange of know-how, which are crucial in developing their capabilities which will allow them to be part of the global supply chain," said the minister.
Sky News
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We have been doing pretty well with it. We speak a lot about it. We think a lot about it. We take it how it is. That is the way that we want to carry on. Steven Gerrard says Klopp played a key role in his appointment as a Liverpool Academy Coach. Gerrard starts his new job next month and insists his decision to return to the club isn't based on sentiment, but more about developing as a coach.
The Sun Daily
2 hours
After this, I am made to understand, Bumiputera retailers will recruit non-Bumiputeras for training in their companies," he said. Najib said this was crucial in further developing national unity as the success of every race was also the success of the nation. — Bernama
BBC News 24
6 hours
Imagine, you go from running the Trump Organization to being the leader of the free world. With all the responsibility that that entails and you are now the person at the centre of the situation room if you were briefed on a crisis or whatever are developing crisis is anywhere in the world.
Sputnik International
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Variety
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Alexandra Shipp who starred in “X-Men: Apocalypse, is in negotiations to join Fox 2000’s coming-of-age storySimon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda” with Nick Robinson and Logan Miller. The studio began developingSimon” in October after it picked up movie rights to Becky Albertalli’s 2015 book about a gay teen who has not come out to his... Read more »
Windows Blog
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This week we have updates for both new and experienced developers alike! Take a look below to see the latest news from the Windows Developer team. New year, new dev: Developing your idea into a UWP app With little or no prior experience, you’ll learn how to use XAML and C# to create amazing Windows 10 UWP applications, get those apps ready for publishing and see them run on UWP devices ranging from Xbox One and PC, to mobile and even Raspberry Pi. Get started here: Turn your idea into a publishable app! Learn how to create the apps you've always wanted to build right here: https://t.co/O9mKecO29n Windows Developer (@windowsdev) January 18, 2017 The Windows Desktop Wallpaper Background! And finally, in case you missed it last week, here is the Visual Studio Shortcuts desktop background we mentioned above. Download it here: http://wndw.ms/FkkoWL Download Visual Studio to get started.
BBC News 24
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You saw the reaction with the protests that have been developing throughout the day and will continue tomorrow. The takeaway from today, although the traditions of American democracy were seen through and the importance of a peaceful transfer of power, all living presidents except the one who is ill with air to see the handoff go forward.
Voice Of America
9 hours
'People are shell-shocked' These issues seem a world away from the rich slopes of Davos, particularly this year when many political and business leaders are preoccupied with the inauguration of U.S. president-elect Donald Trump on Friday and fractures in Europe. “I think people are shell-shocked after 2016,” Kenyan central bank governor Patrick Njoroge said in a reference to events such as the Brexit vote and Trump's election victory. “It is clear we have to deal with lots of issues ourselves ... the UK and U.S. are busy doing their own thing.” Other forum attendees also acknowledged a change in focus from addressing the problems of the developing world, as Western leaders struggle with popular rage against company bosses, bankers and migration. “A combination of politics and populism is continuing to take precedence on a worldwide basis compared to Africa,” Robert Moritz, global chairman of consultancy PWC, told the Reuters Global Markets Forum in Davos.
Adweek
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Google has begun developing a cloud-based measurement tool that it says could help advertisers gain more insights while protecting privacy across devices. In a blog post published today, Google said its working with measurement companies such as comScore, DoubleVerify, IAS, Moat and Nielsen to develop a new solution for marketers that helps them better understand cross-screen campaigns and identify high-value customers. With the updates, Google said, a car manufacturer could gain insights about how YouTube ads influence various audiences across devices. According to Google, more than 50 percent of YouTube views now come from mobile, prompting the company to develop new ways for advertisers to measure across more devices. As more viewership on YouTube shifts to mobile, were making it easier for advertisers to deliver more relevant, useful ads across screens, YouTube product management director Diya Jolly wrote.
Voice Of America
10 hours
'People are shell-shocked' These issues seem a world away from the rich slopes of Davos, particularly this year when many political and business leaders are preoccupied with the inauguration of U.S. president-elect Donald Trump on Friday and fractures in Europe. “I think people are shell-shocked after 2016,” Kenyan central bank governor Patrick Njoroge said in a reference to events such as the Brexit vote and Trump's election victory. “It is clear we have to deal with lots of issues ourselves ... the UK and U.S. are busy doing their own thing.” Other forum attendees also acknowledged a change in focus from addressing the problems of the developing world, as Western leaders struggle with popular rage against company bosses, bankers and migration. “A combination of politics and populism is continuing to take precedence on a worldwide basis compared to Africa,” Robert Moritz, global chairman of consultancy PWC, told the Reuters Global Markets Forum in Davos.
PCWorld
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Intel is getting proficient at developing small computers. First, came its Compute Sticks and then its credit-card-shaped Compute Cards. But nothing's quite like the mysterious Euclid, which is a self-contained computer the size of a thumb designed to be the brains and eyes of a robot. More details have emerged about the computer, which was announced in August and has yet to be released. The Euclid is so small and light that's possible to hold like a pen. It has a built-in 3D RealSense camera, making it like a PC fused into a Microsoft Kinect. The design makes it possible to install the Euclid where the eyes of a human-like robot would be typically placed. The 3D RealSense camera will act as the eyes of a robot, capturing images in real-time and helping with movement. To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
Collective Evolution
11 hours
When it comes down to it, developing methods for your child to pay attention to something they find boring and/or useless is a difficult task, and for parents who struggle with this, it's important to remember that most likely your child is perfectly normal. It will help to choose to look at it in a positive light. The fact that children are forced into these institutions, told how the world works, made to follow certain rules, and pressured to complete education out of fear of not having a job, is a truly unfortunate reality of today's world. It is not the best environment for a child. Perhaps things will change in the future, but right now it seems children are encouraged to complete education out of fear, out of necessity, and out of the mentality that this is just the way the world is. When we can't say No,' we become a sponge for the feelings of everyone around us and we eventually become saturated by the needs of everyone else while our own hearts wilt and die.
Daily Mail - Money
11 hours
No longer is it satisfactory to argue that bribery and corruption at the highest level is a way of life in the developing world and that it is fine for corporations in the Western democracies to get on with it.
Universe Today
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Robert Cabana, director of NASA’s Kennedy Space Center and space shuttle astronaut Jon McBride, following remarks at the Jan 18, 2017 Remembrance Ceremony at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, Florida, honoring the life of astronaut Eugene Cernan. Credit: Julian Leek A NASA portrait and floral wreath were on display for visitors during the ceremony inside and outside of the ‘Heroes and Legendsexhibit. “He was an advocate for the space program and hero that will be greatly missed,” said Kennedy Space Center Director Bob Cabana during the ceremony inside. I don't believe that Gene is going to be the last man on the moon. And one of the things that he was extremely passionate about was our exploring beyond our own planet, and developing that capability that would allow us to go back to the moon and go beyond. I feel badly that he wasn't able to stay alive long enough to actually see this come to fruition, Cabana said.
Ruptly TV
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A military ceremony was held for the unveiling of the 'Angel of Peace' monument in a Soviet cemetery in Esztergom on Friday. SOT, Vladimir Sergeev, Russia's Ambassador to Hungary (Russian): "It is an important part of a big cooperation which has been successfully developing between our countries. It is very symbolic that the monument was opened on the eve of Russian president's visit to Hungary which proves once again the high level and high dynamic of our cooperation." Video ID: 20170120- 053 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: cd@ruptly.tv Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
The Sun Daily - Health
13 hours
As a result of the procedure, the egg was almost entirely made up of genetic material from the couple, plus a very small amount (some 0.15%) of the female donor's DNA. Zukin said he hopes the pronuclear transfer technique could help other women whose embryos stop developing at a very early stage of development during cycles of IVF. The boy is considered to be the second "three-parent" baby after a similar baby was born in Mexico in 2016 after the use of a different technique. Zukin said the pronuclear transfer method could be used to help women who suffer from a rare condition called embryo arrest. Zukin estimated that annually some two million women across the world try to have a baby using IVF and around 1% of these suffer embryo arrest. "So I think approximately 10-20 thousand women per year could be potential candidates for using this method," Zukin said.
The Economic Times
13 hours
India spends around 14.4% of its GDP on logistics compared to less than 8% spent by other developing countries. Logistics market in India is expected to be worth $307 billion by 2020 and the unorganised nature of the sector opens up a huge scope for disruption, according to industry experts. While a bunch of startups did go off-track in their endeavour, there are others like Rivigo and Tiger Global backed-Blackbuck that have stood the test of time and retain investors’ interest. With cashless being hailed as the way to go after demonetisation, there are hopes that it will add to the streamlining of the sector. “2017 is set to be a landmark year for logistics in India. With the introduction of GST and a major push towards a digital, cashless economy, we can expect significant buzz and traction for technology enabled logistics startups. However, we do believe that while the opportunity is huge, only a handful of very resilient companies that are creating real value in the market will survive the year going into 2018,” Raghav Himatsingka, founder and CEO, Truckola, said.
Futurity
13 hours
The findings suggest that there are benefits as well as dangers to persistent infection, and, for some organisms at least, developing a vaccine that elicits life-long immunity might require a live vaccine that has the ability to persist without sickening people. Usually scientists design vaccines to get sterilizing immunity. They're trying to just kill all the bugs, Beverley says. But what you really need is protection against the pathologic consequences of the disease, not necessarily sterilizing immunity. For some of these organisms, solid, long-term protection may come at the price of persistent infection. The National Institutes of Health and a Berg/Morse Graduate Fellowship supported the work. Source: Washington University in St. Louis http://www.gettyimages.com/license/153565602 The post Infections that stick around can be good for you appeared first on Futurity .
PCWorld
13 hours
Spanish police have arrested a Russian programmer suspected of developing the Neverquest banking Trojan, a malware targeting financial institutions across the world. The 32-year-old Russian citizen known as Lisov SV was arrested at the Barcelona airport, Spain's law enforcement agency Guardia Civil said on Friday. The FBI had been working with Spanish authorities to track down the suspect through an international arrest warrant, according to a statement from the agency. The FBI, however, declined to comment on the man's arrest. Neverquest is designed to steal username and password information from banking customers. Once it infects a PC, the malware can do this by injecting fake online forms into legitimate banking websites to log any information typed in. It can also take screenshots and video from the PC's desktop and steal any passwords stored locally. To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
euronews
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Sputnik International
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