Techradar
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The Mavic Pro has a top speed of around 40mph, so it's no slouch in that department, and the battery is good for around 20 to 25 minutes of aerial action. As is the case with other DJI drones, the Mavic Pro comes with a dedicated remote control that uses your phone's display to show you exactly what the device is seeing. Range is quoted as being over 4 miles, giving you the opportunity to capture some amazing stills and video without worrying about the connection dropping. Read the hands-on review: DJI Mavic Pro It's rare for a company to put the looks of its drone ahead of core functionality, but the Xiro Xplorer V certainly looks unique, especially when it's up in the air. This device really does look the business thanks to its sharp edges, LED lighting and fetching camo color scheme. All of this fits nearly into a specially designed backpack, which is an optional extra but comes highly recommended.
Sky News
32 minutes
hands people who were part of the wider network surrounding the events of Monday night and so they certainly seem to be gaining in confidence as far as this investigation goes, which is at the moment still very much a fluid and fast moving investigation which the latest situation is, as a result,.
Sky News
32 minutes
police say, are trying to broaden their search into people who may have been connected with Monday night 's bombing. 11 people now in custody. They have been 13 arrests in total, two people released without charge, 11 still in custody. The senior counterterrorism officer in the country has said they have made immense progress in this operation. That they had in their hands people who.
The Herald - Sport
35 minutes
IT was, says Theo Snelders, his best moment in football. The only problem was that his poor mother back home in Holland missed the whole thing. Here the Aberdeen goalkeeper was, psyching out Anton Rogan in the 19th penalty of a fraught Hampden shoot-out in 1990, diving low to his left and touching the ball behind to set up the Dons' 9-8 win, only to find out that the satellite feed to the Netherlands had stopped transmitting two hours after kick-off, forcing Dutch TV viewers to watch alternative programming halfway through the spot kicks. Should Aberdeen get their hands on this famous old trophy for the first time since then at the national stadium today, it is to be hoped that broadcasters Sky and BBC keep the cameras rolling for the duration.
ITV4
35 minutes
the car was quick, the chassis was good. But my hands were just tied. I was down in 21st with a really good car but it just wasn't letting me produce the times. We just got on top of it for that last run. And a big sigh of relief for all the BMW guys. Shedden was the best of those with weight.
Sky News
an hour
We know that Koscielny is out, Gibbs is also a fitness doubt, so defensively they are all over the shop, and that could fall into the hands of Chelsea. Going forward, their speed on the break, they have been fantastic. Arsene Wenger did not make the top four for.
The Sun Daily
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Goal
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The World Cup winner is a popular figure at Emirates Stadium, despite being one of the more relaxed members of Arsene Wenger's star-studded squad
Voice Of America
2 hours
British police say they have arrested two more people in connection with the suicide bombing earlier this week after an Ariana Grande concert. The Greater Manchester Police said on Twitter they arrested two men, ages 22 and 20, in raids Saturday. The statement said a “controlled explosion” was used to gain entry to the men’s address in the Cheetham Hill neighborhood. “A total of 11 men remain in custody for questioning,” the police tweet said. “We are happy we’ve got our hands around some of the key players that we are concerned about, but there’s still a little bit more to do,” Mark Rowley, head of Britain’s counterterrorism police, said Friday. Manchester native Salman Abedi, 22, blew himself up in the lobby of Manchester Arena Monday just after pop singer Grande finished her concert. The explosion killed 22 people and wounded at least 116 children and adults.
OK!
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BBC News 24
2 hours
of seasons ago. But we are there. If we play like we can, there is there. If we play like we can, there is no reason why be can't get our hands on silverware. It didn't feel like we had achieved everything we wanted to bite reaching the final. Those feelings have to be backed by actions. The key to me is to show the form we can. It's also the Pro12 final in Dublin later today. Welsh side Scarlets, who finished third, will take on top of the table Munster at the Aviva Stadium
BBC News 24
2 hours
lovely to get our hands on the trophy. It would be nice to think we can relax but that will not be the case. For us, this final would have been beyond our dreams a couple.
The Sun Daily
2 hours
SINGAPORE: Apple opened its first Southeast Asia store in Singapore on Saturday, drawing hundreds of excited fans to the swanky two-storey site in the city's upmarket shopping district. Located on the affluent Orchard Road, the new shopeasily distinguished by its iconic glass facade – is expected to be one of the most popular Apple stores in the world according to the US tech giant. Merchandise such as the iPhone and MacBook were strategically placed on display across the spacious first floor, while the upper level acted as a classroom for customers to participate in hands-on sessions. Hundreds of shoppers camped out in anticipation of the launch, while more than a thousand thronged the store soon after the doors opened, an AFP reporter observed. First in the queue was Xiang Jiaxin, a twenty-five-year-old Chinese national working in Macau who had queued for more than 12 hours overnight and planned a holiday to Singapore specially to coincide with the opening.
BBC News 24
3 hours
That was a couple of seasons ago, but we want to go there, do ourselves justice, and if we get going then there's no reason we shouldn't get our hands on some silverware. It didn't feel like we had achieved everything we wanted to this season, but that said, it's only a feeling, but the feelings need to be backed up by actual actions and if we can inform at a good level for this club.
BBC News 24
3 hours
want us to get our hands on the trophy and it would be lovely to be home and dry in the last 20 minutes. But for us, a premiership final is beyond our dreams
BBC News 24
3 hours
A sell out crowd of 82,000 people will pack into Twickenham this afternoon for the showpiece event of rugby union's Premiership season - the play-off final. And it's being called potentially the best ever... Featuring Wasps v Exeter who finished first and second. I want us to go and enjoyable stop I want us to get our hands on the trophy.
Autocar
3 hours
The rear of the car is tapered with a raked stern, a design nod intended to evoke racing yachts. The rear brake light is housed in a ‘bullet-tip’. At the side, the bodywork has been designed to wrap under the car with no visible boundary, which is designed to mimic the hull of a yacht. The most notable exterior feature is the large panoramic glass roof, which Rolls-Royce says is one of the largest and most complex ever produced for a car. Inside the Rolls-Royce Sweptail The interior is Sweptail was designed to be clean and minimalist. The customer chose a two-seater, according to Rolls-Royce, to exude “the romance of travel for its own sake”, and place the car “in the grand pantheon of the world’s great intercontinental tourers.” Rolls-Royce has kept controls to a minimum on the dashboard, with only control on the dashboard. The clock is embedded into the fascia, with the hour marks for that, along with the faces, numbers and hands on the instrument dials, machined from titanium.
The Sun Daily
3 hours
LONDON: British police said they arrested two more people during raids on Saturday in connection with the suicide bombing that killed 22 people at a Manchester pop concert. The arrests of the two men, aged 20 and 22, bring to 11 the number of suspects held in Britain over Monday's attack, for which the Islamic State group has claimed responsibility. Police in Libya have also detained the father and brother of 22-year-old bomber Salman Abedi. Mark Rowley, head of Britain's counter-terrorism police, said on Friday that police had captured "a large part of the network" linked to the atrocity in which seven children under 18 years old were among the 22 dead. "We are very happy we've got our hands around some of the key players that we are concerned about but there's still a little bit more to do," he said. The bombing at a concert by US pop idol Ariana Grande was the latest in a series of IS-claimed attacks in Europe that have coincided with an offensive on the jihadist group in Syria and Iraq by US, British and other Western forces.
Sky News
4 hours
remain in police custody and yesterday before the arrests were made the authorities were saying they had made immense progress in this investigation and they had got their hands on a large part of the network responsible. Investigations are still under way. Over a dozen properties now to be searched
ITV4
4 hours
it was going to be close and tight. And he's... That is exactly what we have on our hands. Very close to the hedges, there. Here comes your race leader with Cowton right behind him
ITV4
4 hours
Wow. We've got a race on our hands, now. It's so evenly matched that you have to race with all of your race craft
Sky News
5 hours
of items taken into police hands for forensic examination. They say they have made some significant finds during the searches of those properties and they are growing in confidence now that the net is closing on the network of people who were involved in that terrible attack on Monday
Sky News
5 hours
they've got their hands on most of the network surrounding Salman Abedi, so now they need to work out what levels those people were, and what their involvement, if any, was and it's a very difficult and long process. There are over a dozen properties that are being searched and thousands.
Sky News
5 hours
network was that was aiding and abetting Salman Abedi in light of what he carried out the attack on Monday evening. They say that they've made immense progress in their investigation. They say that they've got their hands on.