Monthly Archives: January 2016

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If the holiday season leaves you with a new camera, tablet, phone, media streaming device, or computer, then you’ll probably quickly find a way to create a lot of new data, and need new and better ways to store and

GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Florida’s “Recruiter of the Year” once again belongs to a defensive back commit

Back in 2013, UF fans and media first gave the recognition to safety Nick Washington over defensive end Jordan Sherit. Cornerback Quincy Wilson got the nod for 2014, and offensive lineman Tyler Jordan kept Florida’s 2015 class together during the

By Marcy Nicholson and Jan Harvey

NEW YORK/ LONDON (Reuters) – Gold fell further from an earlier nine-week high but was still on track for its strongest week since August on Friday as stronger-than-expected U. S. payrolls data boosted the dollar and stock markets, shoring up

Police threw the microphones they’re supposed to wear onto roof of the Jefferson Park district police station in apparent protest over being recorded. Coban Technologies photo

Cops, apparently unhappy with orders from top Chicago Police Department brass to wear microphones, recently took matters into their own hands on the Northwest Side: They threw them onto the roof of the Jefferson Park police station. A month and

The maritime industry has been slow to recognize the importance of information technology and then the protection of the data and systems that are part of modern-day ports. Congress has now acted and there will be new reporting requirements and standards between ports, their tenants and I’m sure the United States Coast Guard. See this short article, House approves port cybersecurity bill

Most people don’t realize that ports are not the organizations that move the containers. Large ports in the United States are landlord ports who have tenants who operate the terminals themselves. If you wonder why automation is important, one only

BlackBerry Ltd (NASDAQ: BBRY)

BlackBerry has had an interesting time in the market as of late. After years long lows, the stock has finally started to recover. That is, until last week. Throughout the week, we’ve seen slow and steady declines on the stock.

These are tough times for the global and regional PC vendors, with an across-the-board decline in PC shipments in the world, including in the Middle East and Africa (MEA)

In fact, the MEA PC market has just witnessed its second consecutive ‘worst quarter ever’, suffering another sharp decline in the third quarter of this year, according to a latest report from International Data Corporation (IDC), a technology research and

It’s tough to get recognition when your team is winless, but Chaese Vaudrin is the talk of the Presidents’ Athletic Conference. Vaudrin (Lake) is leading the league with a 23.1-points per game scoring average for Division III Geneva College. He has broken into double figures in all eight games with a season – and career-high 32 points against St. Vincent and 29 against Thiel. A 6-foot-3 junior, he also is averaging 6.4 rebounds and has 19 assists for a Golden Tornadoes team that sits at 0-8 overall, 0-3 in PAC play. “Chaese is playing at a high level right now,” coach Jeff Santarsiero said. “He is doing all he can to get us back on track. He continues to improve and is hard to stop right now. He is one of the best in our league, but his play gets overshadowed by the fact we have not won yet.” That could change shortly. Senior Ethan Adamczyk, also a former Lake athlete, was the team’s top scorer last season, averaging 17.5 points per game. He is back following knee surgery and is averaging 9.2 points in six games. “Ethan is starting to get back to his old form,” Santarsiero said. “It has been a long recovery, but I saw some good things against (Division I) Youngstown. We need Ethan to get back to his play of last year. If he does, we can start to turn this thing around.” Geneva travels to Thousand Oaks, California, to compete in the Cal-Lutheran Tournament on Tuesday and Wednesday. Vozar helps Xavier Freshman Tianna Vozar (McKinley) had a solid effort to help the Xavier women’s swim team finish third at the Magnus Cup Invitational prior to the holiday break in Cleveland. Her 100 free time (53.35) is 15th best in Musketeer history. She finished 19th out of 80 swimmers. She finished 26th out of 114 swimmers in the 50 free (24.46). She scored points for her team with the 200 free relay, which finished eighth, and anchored the 200 medley relay that finished 14th. “After fighting off some early-season sickness, Tianna has really performed when it mattered at our biggest meet of the semester,” coach Brent MacDonald said. “Her commitment to improvement and desire to learn about the sport will pay off in a big way at our conference championships, and I expect her to be a major contributor for the next four years.” Xavier will compete in the Big East Conference Championships from Feb. 24-27 at the Nassau Aquatic Center in Long Island, New York. Tolson was busy The Notre Dame College Falcons also competed in the Magnus Cup in Cleveland, and freshman Sarah Tolson swam in six events in the three-day meet. Tolson (Hoover) was 25th in the 50 backstroke (31.23), 52nd in the 500 freestyle (5:43.12), 63rd in the 100 backstroke (1:07.28), 65th in the 200 freestyle (2:06.81), 65th in the 100 freestyle (58.27) and 94th in the 50 freestyle (26.56)

Page 2 of 3 – “Sarah set lifetime bests in the 50, 100 and 500 freestyle and was close in a couple of others,” coach Mark Dziak said. “Whenever you have someone performing lifetime bests after only two months of

After 2015, renewed fears of China’s economic slowdown continue to rattle global markets. Even India was not spared. Speaking to Bloomberg TV India, Dalton Capital Advisors Managing Director UR Bhat gives a perspective of what the markets can expect in 2016

China continues to rock global markets. Was this expected or did it shake you up a little bit, as we were supposed to start on a better note? There is no supposition like that. Basically, the problems in China are

THE MISSION: Return to Championship Manager 01/02 and win silverware with Everton

THE CATCH: Everton are in financial trouble. There will be no Cherno Samba for you. PREVIOUS EPISODES: Pre-Season ’01; Pre-season ’01 Pt2; August ’01; September ’01; October ’01; November ’01; December ’01; January ’02; February ’02; March ’02; April ’02;

Moody’s affirms South Africa’s rating at Baa2 but cuts outlook to negative

Moody’s Investors Service late Tuesday affirmed South Africa’s Baa2 rating but revised the rating outlook to negative from stable. The ratings agency cited the subdued economic growth outlook on the back of the weak mining industry, and rising risk to

Efforts of registration and stamps department to push e-registration of documents seems to be paying off with a rise in the number of leave and licence documents filed using this new system

The number of e-registrations has gone up from 3,002 leave and licence documents in 2014 — when the facility was launched — to 30,087 in 2015 (by mid-December). The agreements for first sale of flats registered through the e-registration route

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The Revenant is trying out a geocaching promotion, but can America be trusted? 5:54 PM Kodak’s CEO gave me the coolest business card I’ve ever seen 5:38 PM Listen to an hour of T-Mobile CEO John Legere asking ‘Who the

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The intelligent home is now an exciting reality — we’re replacing our electronics with devices that act as mini-computers, knowing our every move and curating web-based content to suit our preferences. In 2016, 4 million new “things” will become available

The Scott County Sheriff’s Office has issued the following statement

PUBLIC SAFETY NOTICE TO TRAVELERS AROUND THE INTERSECTION OF COUNTY ROADS 23 AND 8 A gas leak at the intersection of CSAH 23 and 8 has prompted the installation of emergency barricades in the area. The intersection will be closed