Techradar
28 minutes
Update: A new image shows an iPhone 8 case with a fingerprint scanner on the back, once again making us question Apple's placement. Full details and the image itself are below. Some years Apple does a decent job of keeping its upcoming handsets secret, but this year isnt one of them. Weve had a steady stream of leaks and today theres both a CAD image and shots of the iPhone 8 in a case, revealing that as has been rumored the fingerprint scanner will seemingly be built into the screen. Thats worth emphasising, as some earlier leaks suggested the scanner might find its home on the back of the phone, and while leaked dummy units of the iPhone 8 show an absence of visible scanners, they were made based on diagrams which may not have had every marking in place, so left the possibility of a rear-mounted scanner open.
The Economic Times
40 minutes
As per RBI classification, some of these accounts also fall under Special Mention Account (SMA) categories 1 & 2, which means interest payment is overdue by up to 90 days. Some of these names have already been shared with the Prime Minister’s Office in presentations made on resolving non-performing assets (NPAs). "Inputs have come from lenders and some of these names are a constant both in sectoral stressed assets and stressed assets by value," said a senior government official aware of the deliberations, adding the concern is that this quarter some telecom companies may get included in the list. The debt-heavy sector is struggling to cope with a tariff war amid the entry of Reliance Jio Infocomm. Earlier this month, two state-run lenders classified the debt of Videocon Industries as NPA. The government and the banking regulator are keen on resolving NPAs, which are a key risk for economic growth.
Daily Mail - Home
44 minutes
The dashcam footage was filmed on Sandygate Roundabout in Exeter earlier this month. The clip shows motorists driving around the boat that was left stranded on the busy road.
Leicester Mercury
an hour
A dangerous driver high on cocaine and alcohol deliberately ploughed a car into a former neighbour. Martin McCarthy (24) had earlier tussled with the middle-aged victim. The victim had intervened when McCarthy called at a block of flats where he used to live, and the victim still resides. McCarthy, described in court as a nuisance in the neighbourhood, was visiting another tenant, and the two got into a row. The victim intervened in the row, pushing McCarthy out of the flats complex in...
BBC Parliament
an hour
Turning to our priorities for North Wales, I should say I was very pleased to be able to attend earlier today the inaugural meeting of the North Wales group on cross border issues chaired by my colleague, Hannah Blyt Hill n where we discussed several important matters that will be faced by the region and that we must face in the assembly in years to come. It's my view and.
Nottingham Evening Post
an hour
Joe Worrall must this morning be pinching himself.The 20-year-old from Hucknall made his Nottingham Forest debut earlier this season in a defeat at Reading, establishing himself in the first team before being called up to the young England squad last week.Worrall, thrust into England's squad for the famed Toulon Tournament then captained the Three Lions to a 1-0 win in the defence of their title over Angola on Monday evening.Reds fans, still revelling in the relief of staying in the Championship...
ITV
an hour
He was meant to be at the award ceremony. However, he was not there. He did send a video and the video said why he was not there. It was his wife who said she would not forgive him if he missed the birth of the twins. The twins will be coming along possibly in a weeks time, or even earlier. Completely.
BBC Radio Scotland
an hour
in the program and of course the polls are tightening or across the UK that is going up to analysts earlier Ron saying what the picture and Scotland is not quite so clear one thing that struck me actually when we were preparing for this program when we were going out into the streets of Edinburgh speak into quite a lot of people know all the people I spoke to said that they were going to vote on issues that matter to them so that was education health and answer me going to bin collections and all you said somebody says at Westminster Collection and use are devolved issues no matter how often you said that to them it didn't matter that was what we were going to vote on and the other thing that that's fucking was there to see that Sophie and especially a little bit younger voters only people just said well I'm just not going to bother to vote why should I bother to vote my voice to be heard and that was what was with you quotes.
BBC Radio Ulster
2 hours
stay a bit of a mea culpa constant communication that's the way to go from really should have been out a lot earlier this to cruise should have been you know cruising down to it to Heathrow and dealing with the cameras there and then at the time and it should have been actually explaining what has happened on the day and what they were going to be doing about it um no communication is the worst form of communication in my opinion right PR man Nick Garbutt thank you very much and dates that I was just after 8:45 the headlines a man's to appear in court charged with murdering an elderly couple in Portadown on Friday two people escape serious injury after a light aircraft crashes in Castlewellan and an investigation is underway after a zookeeper is killed by tiger in Cambridgeshire flood see what's happening on the roads Italy approaches to Broadway roundabout at the moment.
BBC Radio Scotland
2 hours
it's very difficult situation and decision to make her or anyone because you know if an even with just for you if I've already feel that there was a queue I have friends here I have a boyfriend here so it's not an easy anything for anyone especially with people who have children call feel my British band a few on European are polished um he didn't want to make this decision just yet and the thing is that you don't have enough data to make an informed decision no one's know I'm selling a free what's the situation will be well thank you very much indeed for coming to the farm this morning to talk to your daughter a journey and Fabian and hurry Gary that's not all from us will be hearing from me before the end of the programme I did say earlier that this the sheep and cows and all the rest work without the pigs not but have to say they have got up about 3 hours after everybody else Pop Tarts easy.
BBC Radio Wales
2 hours
yeah they are I think I'll be there I'll be making personal statements but then the questions come from the audience it always trickier for politicians so I heard you talking to David cornock earlier always check if a politicians then when we ask the questions I think I don't know what that says about us up from the party so I think we'll hear a similar message from labour plaid Cymru in the Lib Dems about how they're going to defend Wales against the conservative to UKIP somatically sort their Party manifesto launch last week is that they're going to defend those who voted for brexit I want to keep the pressure up on Theresa May is she negotiates stop brexit from the conservatives in another game actors who's on the panel for them I think the message would and will be the same it is going to same time every Conservatives I have spoken to in this campaign is about arguing that Theresa May will make a better Prime Minister St Joe.
The Economic Times
2 hours
Mind Shift
2 hours
Genspace Lab Manager Will Shindel mixes all the chemicals before class, so the students don't have to make calculations to dilute them during the class. (Alan Yu/WHYY) We need to dig deeper' Gene editing tools have already started a debate about ethics and safety. Some scientists have warned about not just intentionally harmful uses, but also potential unintended consequences or dangerous mistakes in experimentation. The German government in March sent out a warning about one kind of CRISPR kit, saying officials found potentially harmful bacteria on two kits they tested, though it's not clear how those bacteria got there. The European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control responded with a statement earlier this month that the risk to people using these kits was low — and asked EU member states to review their procedures around these kits.
BBC News 24
2 hours
to dog the industry. Earlier, we spoke to Neil Sorahan, Ryanair's chief financial officer. We saw our unit cost dropped by 11% last year. Excluding fuel, they were down 5%. So we are.
BBC Radio Ulster
2 hours
snowboarding it is said to web we built a shin process to be going through that on an ongoing basis and it is unusual for him to be in it we can describe this is in discipline and then it's on like him to behave that way you know he's never there ever been any indication of her drink related problems when he was there competing so you have to think that is something to do with his inactivity and them up from the golf course I'm done all of this said the rehabilitation is going through insurance with empty that this is drink related well well he didn't release the statement and earlier this morning suggesting the prescription drugs may have played some part so with that there is a question mark over that.
Techradar
2 hours
Gigabyte has confirmed the launch of two new high-end gaming laptops in its Aorus range at this years Computex convention, the X9 and X5 MD, as well as showing off the updated version of its X7 DT and X5 machines. Gigabyte already boasts an impressive array of laptops, but its Aorus line is loaded with the latest in high-performance tech and gaming-oriented features to satisfy the spec-hungry gamers. X9 While the X9 was shown off as a concept earlier this year at CES, we now know that this top-of-the-line gaming laptop will be available towards the end of the year, around October or November, in the US, UK, Australia, Germany, France and Taiwan. The X9 features a 17-inch screen and Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070 SLI GPU, with the twin 1070 cards apparently capable of a 30-percent increase in performance over a single GTX 1080. Also notable is the X9s ability to squeeze a mechanical keyboard (complete with individual RGB illumination) into a relatively thin body slipping in under 30mm thickness.
The Sun Daily
2 hours
Maduro's political opponents vowed earlier to step up protests over his plan to rewrite the constitution, which they see as a bid to cling to power. Maduro plans to set up a constitutional assembly, which the opposition says will be stacked with government supporters. "If we allow the fraud that they want to call a constitutional assembly, Venezuela will be lost," said Freddy Guevara, a leading opposition figure at the National Assembly legislature. Guevara called on supporters to "get ready for an escalation" of protests but urged demonstrators to refrain from violence. The opposition claims the leftist president has become a dictator and blames him for shortages of food and medicines. Maduro in turn accuses the opposition of attempting a coup with US backing. Each side accuses the other of sending armed groups to foment violence during the demonstrations. — AFP
BBC Radio Ulster
2 hours
earlier by a technical glitch that don't Simon Kyle said he was impressed the young singer is how to get the cool Tyler the chaos that was going up in the gallery you like so come this is normal start again you sounded amazing you know I love you lots I love your personality is that all for the moment I have a summary at 8:30 thanks very much Anna Maria Angela let's look at what the weather's doing as we get the little bit of a change her coming in from the west this morning after the dry bright start we've already got some shower now I'm getting a bit more across parts of Donegall up towards Lough Foyle and his band of Shari when is going to be a drink it's way Eastwood so this morning giving your not happy Birthday places but it will clear away and the afternoon improve the bright and breezy afternoon so lovely sunshine around and many parts dryer parts.
Bleacher Report
2 hours
After a two-year absence from the competition, Brazil will return to the Toulon Tournament on Wednesday as they begin their Group C campaign against outsiders Indonesia. The Selecao clinched back-to-back titles in the south of France in 2013 and 2014, and manager Carlos Amadeu will hope his current batch of youngsters have the quality to pick up where the under-20s left off. The other two Group C contendersScotland and Czech Republicare scheduled to clash earlier on Wednesday, meaning Brazil will have their chance to size up the competition at Stade d'Honneur Marcel Roustan . This will be considered a must-win matchup for Brazilas will all fixtures for a nation famed for its youth productionmeaning all the pressure rests with Amadeu to lead his starlets to opening success. Read on for a preview of Wednesday's encounter, complete with all the essential viewing information.
Leicester Mercury
2 hours
A dangerous driver high on cocaine and alcohol deliberately ploughed a car into a former neighbour. Martin McCarthy (24) had earlier tussled with the middle-aged victim. The victim had intervened when McCarthy called at a block of flats where he used to live, and the victim still resides. McCarthy, described in court as a nuisance in the neighbourhood, was visiting another tenant, and the two got into a row. The victim intervened in the row, pushing McCarthy out of the flats complex in...
The Week
2 hours
" Car insurance set for record highs as premiums kick in Car insurance will break records as a higher rate of tax on premiums comes into effect, inflating prices even further. The average policy will reach £800 next month, a rise of 14% on a year earlier and £200 more than in June 2015, according to comparethemarket.com. This week, the rate of insurance premium tax will rise from 10% to 12%, adding about £15 to a typical policy. Jobs and wage data to push Fed into raising rates A robust jobs market and stronger US wage growth will combine to prompt the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates for the second time this year, predicts the Daily Telegraph this morning. Economists believe the US economy created 180,000 jobs last month and official data is expected to show pay growth edged up by 2.6% in the year to May. China firm to make 'audacious' bid for the Body Shop A Chinese healthcare firm is preparing an "audacious bid to gatecrash the £600m sale of the Body Shop", says Sky News.
The Economic Times
3 hours
"The 2016-17 GDP is going to be pushed up further from earlier estimates because of the change in the base year of IIP and WPI to 2011-12 from 2004-05. It could be... 40-50 bps higher in 2016-17," Pronab Sen said.
BBC News 24
3 hours
and big votes for leave. Earlier we were talking about the main party manifestos and how they were addressing the issues of devolved power. Your speciality is looking at Brexit. On that issue, and Theresa May is trying to make sure people vote on that, that is what her rhetoric will be today, how do you.
The Iran Project
3 hours
Putin’s visit comes at the official invitation of the new French president, something that has been met with ire in France, especially given Macron’s harsh rhetoric on Russia before he took office earlier this month. RT, Sputnik accuseddeceitful propagandaDuring the press conference, Macron claimed that RT and Sputnik had not “acted like media” during his election campaign. Ahead of the presidential election, Macron's campaign accused Russia of using hacking and fake news to interfere with the French vote. Russia was seen by many as a supporter of France’s defeated far-right candidate Marine Le Pen, who lost in the second round of the election, earlier this month. In late March, Le Pen met President Vladimir Putin in a surprise visit to Moscow ahead of the French presidential election that took place on April 23. “I have always had an exemplary relationship with foreign journalists, but they have to be real journalists, said Macron.