Moto E4 launch date tipped for July 17, specs and price leaks

first_imgWe already know that Moto E4 and E4 Plus are in works. Both the smartphones have been subjected to several leaks and rumours in the past, which did give us a partial glimpse of the devices. Now, in the latest leak, a popular tipster – Ronald Quandt shares the complete specs sheet of the Moto E4. Apart from the specs, the new leak also reveals the launch date and price as well.Also Read: Moto and Lenovo brands to co-exist only in India as Lenovo set to revamp phone businessRonald Quandt’s tweet reads as follows: “Motorola Moto E4: more detailed specs, Canada MSRP is 249,99 CAD, interesting to see NFC (certain markets) and GG3, supposedly ships July 17”. The shared tweet clearly indicates that the upcoming Moto E4 is set to launch on July 17. That being said, rumours making rounds on the web revealed that Moto E4 Plus will also be announced alongside the Moto E4. So, if Moto E4 is launching on July 17, probably, so is the Moto E4 Plus.If the new leak is to be believed, Moto E4 will be priced at CAD 249.99, which is roughly around Rs. 12,000. To recall, previously leaked rumours suggested that the upcoming Moto E series phones will fall under the mid-range categories. That being said, there are high chances that the price range tipped by Ronald can be almost accurate. However, as the company is yet to confirm the price of any of its upcoming devices, this bit of information should be taken with a pinch of salt.advertisementMotorola Moto E4: more detailed specs, Canada MSRP is 249,99 CAD, interesting to see NFC (certain markets) and GG3, supposedly ships July 17 pic.twitter.com/IOCddU3o6L- Roland Quandt (@rquandt) May 28, 2017Furthermore, Roland Quandt also shares the entire specification sheet of the Moto E4. The listing reveals almost everything about the upcoming Motorola smartphone. As per the listing, Moto E4 will sport a 5-inch HD (720×1280 pixels) IPS LCD display and run on the latest Android 7.1.1 Nougat operating system. Further, the upcoming Moto E4 will be powered by a 1.25GHz MediaTek MT6737M Cortex-A53 quad-core chipset which comes along with Mali-T720MP2 GPU, 2GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage. The listing also states that that the storage memory can be expanded up to 128GB via a microSD card.Also Read: New Moto G5S Plus leaks again, shows phone in Midnight blue colourOn the optics front, the Moto E4 is expected to come equipped with an 8-megapixel camera sensor of the rear. The back camera will come with an autofocus and LED flash feature as well. On the front, the Moto E4 will sport a 5-megapixel selfie sensor. Moto E4 is also tipped to come with a 2800mAh battery and will be announced in Lunar Grey colour variant. However, the company may announce several other colour options as well.The leaked listing further suggests that the upcoming Moto E4 will come with several connectivity options like — 4G LTE, Bluetooth v4.2, Wi-Fi 802.11n, FM radio, Micro-USB, and GPS.last_img read more

10 months agoAgent coy over Lucas Hernandez to Bayern Munich rumours

first_imgAgent coy over Lucas Hernandez to Bayern Munich rumoursby Carlos Volcano10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveAgent Manuel Garcia Quilon is coy over the future of Atletico Madrid defender Lucas Hernandez.Lucas is being linked with a €85 move to Bayern Munich.”We will have to see what to do in the coming days,” the agent said to Deportes Cuatro.”[Atletico CEO] Miguel Angel Gil Marin was very clear when explaining the situation.”I have nothing more to say.” TagsTransfersAbout the authorCarlos VolcanoShare the loveHave your saylast_img

Tertiary Students Urged to Help Find Solutions to Social Issues

first_img State Minister in the Ministry of National Security, Senator the Hon. Pearnel Charles Jr., is challenging tertiary-level students to use their talents to assist in finding solutions to social problems. Story Highlights “They don’t have the freedom that you have. We are trying our best to give them hope and to be reintegrated in our community without having to feel that they have to go back to the gangs,” he pointed out. “As youngsters who have been given an opportunity to be educated at the tertiary level, don’t sit back, because they (criminals) will take over. Do not keep quiet, because they will get louder,” he noted. State Minister in the Ministry of National Security, Senator the Hon. Pearnel Charles Jr., is challenging tertiary-level students to use their talents to assist in finding solutions to social problems.Addressing a youth forum on Tuesday (January 23), at the University of the West Indies (UWI) Mona Campus in St. Andrew, he encouraged the young people in attendance to use their education to shape the society that they desire.“As youngsters who have been given an opportunity to be educated at the tertiary level, don’t sit back, because they (criminals) will take over. Do not keep quiet, because they will get louder,” he noted.Senator Charles said they could play a role by contributing to the Ministry’s ‘We Transform Jamaica’ initiative aimed at the rehabilitation and reintegration of young offenders.“They don’t have the freedom that you have. We are trying our best to give them hope and to be reintegrated in our community without having to feel that they have to go back to the gangs,” he pointed out.He advised them to go to Facebook and sign up for the programme. “We are giving you a platform to play a role for change,” he said.The youth forum, dubbed ‘Creating Awareness Through Revolutionary Entertainment (CARE)’ was organised by ProChangeJa, a non-profit organisation set up to help needy students in communities within the vicinity of the UWI.It included presentations from the Ministry of Health and several organisations that are working in vulnerable communities.Topics addressed included mental health, development through sport, domestic violence, paediatric cancer, autism awareness, corruption, youth and crime, schooling versus education, and teenage pregnancy.last_img read more

Buckeyes squeak by Navy USC up next

Navy nearly killed the Ohio State-USC hype before the week began. A two-point conversion separated the Midshipmen and Buckeyes with two minutes remaining, but it was OSU that came away with those coveted points en route to a nerve-racking 31-27 victory before an opening-day record 105,092 fans at Ohio Stadium.With OSU leading 29-27, linebacker Brian Rolle intercepted Ricky Dobbs’ pass and returned it the length of the field for two points, as the stunned crowd let out a collective sigh of relief. A Navy conversion would have tied the game, an almost unthinkable turn of events after the Midshipmen trailed by 15 midway through the fourth quarter.“We were nervous for maybe a second,” Rolle admitted. “Then we realized there was no reason to panic now. We knew we just needed to step up and make a play.”Dobbs, a junior quarterback who set career highs with eight completions for 156 yards, said that Rolle’s pick, coupled with an earlier interception by Kurt Coleman, spelled doom for Navy.“I tried to squeeze it in there by throwing it low, but [Rolle] just made a great break on it,” Dobbs said. “I take full responsibility for this one. We have no chance to win with turnovers.”The Buckeyes didn’t allow Navy to make things interesting until the fourth quarter. Leading 29-14, coach Jim Tressel elected to send out his offense instead of kicking a field goal on fourth down. Navy stopped Dan “Boom” Herron one yard short of the first down, turning the ball back over to the Midshipmen.Dobbs capitalized on the opportunity, slinging an 85-yard touchdown strike to receiver Marcus Curry, cutting the lead to eight.“I certainly should have kicked a field goal on fourth and one, which was a huge mistake in my mind,” Tressel said. “Of course, we didn’t make the fourth and one and made it a bigger mistake.”The touchdown pass- the third-longest in Navy history- accounted for more than half of the team’s total yards through the air. The Midshipmen have led the nation in rushing for each of the past four seasons, but relied on their passing attack more often than usual against the Bucks.“They threw the ball a lot more than we thought,” senior cornerback Andre Amos said. “The corners today really didn’t have a chance but to be on their toes. We just tried to stay focused, knowing that in certain situations, they would have to throw the ball.”OSU regained possession of the football with a 29-21 advantage, but sophomore quarterback Terrelle Pryor tossed an interception with four minutes left, leaving Navy in position to tie the game. Pryor tipped his cap to the Buckeyes’ adversary, praising their effort even when trailing.“We saw today why they’re the best in the world at what they do,” he said. “They never give up. They’re fighters.”Aside from the interception, Pryor totaled 174 passing yards with two scores. The first came on a 38-yard strike to Dane Sanzenbacher on the opening drive of the game. The other, a 2-yard bootleg to the outside, pushed the Buckeyes’ lead to 17-7 midway through the second quarter.OSU contained Navy’s triple option rushing attack for the most part. The Midshipmen rushed for 186 yards on 44 carries, well below their average of 292 yards per game from last season.With a rematch against USC looming, Ohio State players guaranteed that they weren’t overlooking a talented Navy squad that finished 8-5 a year ago.“We knew Navy was tough,” said freshman receiver Duron Carter, son of former Buckeye legend Cris Carter. “No one mentioned USC all week. We knew we needed to prepare hard to get a victory.”Carter, listed as the team’s No. 4 receiver, saw plenty of action in his first career game at OSU. He finished with three catches for 21 yards, and contributed after top wideout DeVier Posey left with an ankle injury.Although the Buckeyes claimed they weren’t looking past the Midshipmen, Navy coach Ken Niumatalolo embraced the opportunity to challenge the Buckeyes the week before such a heavyweight bout.“We felt like if Ohio State came dialed in and totally focused, we had no chance,” the second-year coach said. “We kind of had the perfect storm situation with USC coming up. We knew that if they separated any of their preparation time, then we had a chance to win.”Even after giving the Buckeyes an unexpected scare, Niumatalolo said Navy didn’t achieve its central goal.“We came here to win, that was our goal for the past eight months,” he said. “We didn’t come here to experience the atmosphere, we came here to win. Our kids are down.”Ohio State led at halftime, 20-7. Former Ohio Senator and astronaut John Glenn dotted the “I” during intermission.Before the game, Ohio State displayed its respect for the Naval Academy with a video tribute and several honorary awards. The teams broke customary tradition by entering the field at the same time and running down the field together.Ohio State’s last home-opening loss came in 1978, when the Buckeyes were underdogs against Penn State.To avoid another trouncing at the hands of Southern Cal, Tressel knows his team must work hard to improve this week.“We know the team coming in next week is a great football team. Our task is to get better and make sure we’re up for the challenge.” read more

Manuel Pellegrini satisfied with his squad ahead of January transfer session

first_imgAccording to the UK publication, Football London, West Ham United boss Manuel Pellegrini has no intention of rushing into the January transfer market as he is happy with his squad.The Hammers have had a pretty busy summer considering they signed as much as ten new players, with the names of Felipe Anderson, Andriy Yarmolenko, and Jack Wilshere standing out as the most notable ones. In addition to these three, Issa Diop, Fabian Balbuena, Carlos Sanchez, Lucas Perez, Lukasz Fabianski, Ryan Fredericks, and Reece Oxford all arrived at the London Stadium.Roberto Firmino, LiverpoolVirgil van Dijk praises Roberto Firmino after Liverpool’s win Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Virgil van Dijk hailed team-mate Roberto Firmino after coming off the bench to inspire Liverpool to a 3-1 comeback win against Newcastle United.Although West Ham experienced a frustrating start of the season that saw them losing the opening four matches, Pellegrini has managed to put the pieces together over the last few weeks. After two impressive wins over Everton and Manchester United, in which they’ve scored six goals, the former Manchester City manager believes he has a competitive squad at his disposal that doesn’t require new investments.Meanwhile, Javier Hernandez Chicharito might be the player to leave this winter after being on the fringes of the Hammers side since the start of the season. In addition to the former Bayer Leverkusen star, Robert Snodgrass, Aaron Cresswell, and Pedro Obiang have a few potential suitors although it’s hard to expect them leaving before the end of the season.last_img read more

Ranieri insists Rico is Fulhams first choice keeper

first_imgFulham manager Claudio Ranieri has picked Sergio Rico over Fabri and Marcus Bettinelli as his first choice goalkeeper at the club.Rico joined Fulham in the summer on a season-long loan from Sevilla and was rotated with Fabri and Marcus Bettinelli by former manager Slavisa Jokanovic.After Claudio Ranieri’s appointment in November, he has decided to stick with the Spanish goalkeeper and has made clear his choice.“I watched Sergio Rico when I played against Sevilla [with Leicester], and for me, he’s a very good goalkeeper,” Ranieri told Sky Sports ahead of Sunday’s FA Cup tie against Oldham.“When I came here I didn’t want to change so many times – for me, Sergio Rico’s the number one.Official: Tottenham sign Fulham youngster Ryan Sessegnon Andrew Smyth – August 8, 2019 Tottenham have sealed another transfer deadline day deal to sign the highly-rated Ryan Sessegnon from Fulham.“I have not had the opportunity to make a friendly match, a pre-season match to see all of my players. There are some good players I don’t give the chance [to yet].“Then for this match, I want to give some rest to the players involved so many times and give the chance to other players who train very well and they deserve to show their best.“Maybe I can [also] rotate the goalkeeper [on Sunday].”last_img read more


first_img Hurricane Hit Territories Labelled “Too Wealthy” for British Aid Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppGrand Turk, 28 Oct 2015TCIG PRESS RELASELISTING OF SPECIAL DAYS & PUBLIC HOLIDAYS FOR 2015TURKS AND CAICOS ISLANDSNEW YEAR’S DAY JANUARY 1st THURSDAYCOMMONWEALTH DAY MARCH 9th MONDAYGOOD FRIDAY APRIL 3rd FRIDAYEASTER MONDAY APRIL 6th MONDAYNATIONAL HEROES DAY MAY 25th MONDAYHER MAJESTY THE QUEEN’S JUNE 15th MONDAYOFFICIAL BIRTHDAYEMANCIPATION DAY AUGUST 1st SATURDAY***OBSERVED AUGUST 3rd MONDAYNATIONAL YOUTH DAY SEPTEMBER 25th FRIDAYNATIONAL HERITAGE DAY* OCTOBER 12th MONDAY(Formerly Columbus Day)NATIONAL DAY OF THANKSGIVING NOVEMBER 27th FRIDAYCHRISTMAS DAY DECEMBER 25th FRIDAYBOXING DAY DECEMBER 26th SATURDAY***OBSERVED DECEMBER 28th MONDAYNOTE THESE CHANGES**AS OF 2014, OCTOBER WILL BE CELEBRATED AS NATIONAL HERITAGE MONTH Remembrance Day November 10 International Human Rights Day December 10Please note that these are not public holidays. Related Items:2015, public holidays, turks and caicos Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Crown Land Motion by PDM demands better process Former US President Barack Obama Visits Turks and Caicos Recommended for youlast_img read more

JSIF supports Break The Silence campaign to protect children

first_img Recommended for you Related Items:#magneticmedianews ALERT # 2 ON POTENTIAL TROPICAL CYCLONE NINE ISSUED BY THE BAHAMAS DEPARTMENT OF METEOROLOGY THURSDAY 12TH SEPTEMBER, 2019 AT 9 PM EDT Electricity Cost of Service Study among the big agenda items at September 11 Cabinet meeting Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppcenter_img The Luxury of Grace Bay in Down Town Provo Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppKingston, Jamaica, January 27, 2017 – The Jamaica Social Investment Fund (JSIF) has provided support to the Office of the Children’s Registry (OCR) ‘Break the Silence’ campaign in the sum of $11.9 million through the Basic Needs Trust Fund.The Break the Silence campaign is an initiative with a multi-pronged approach to protect children against abuse.   It aims to reach victims and their families with a message to speak out and denounce child abuse and break the stigma of shame that surrounds the issue of child sexual abuse as a first step to help.  It was developed after an island wide survey showed that for every 10 adults who admitted that they knew about cases of child abuse, only one was willing to come forward to make a report.Project Manager of the Basic Needs Trust Fund, Celia Dillon, tells JIS News that the JSIF is assisting the Ministry of Education, Youth and Information, under which the campaign falls, to inform persons on the importance of reporting instances of child abuse.  She informs that the JSIF funded the extension of the campaign last year at a cost of $4.8 million, with an additional $7.1 million towards the production of a storybook, which is to come on stream. There is also a training segment to be undertaken. “We assisted the OCR directly in their school tours, focusing mainly on (six) of our schools targeted under the Basic Needs Trust Fund… teaching the students how to report, identify and respond to instances of abuse against children,” Ms. Dillon explains.  The extended ‘Break the Silence’ campaign ran from June to December 2016 and included radio and television advertisements, and information posted on social media platforms.The six schools were: Mandeville Primary, Christiana Moravian Primary and Infant, Old Harbour Primary, Ocho Rios Primary, Discovery Bay All-Age, and Brown’s Hall Primary.  The school tours took the form of open day discussions with representatives from the OCR, Office of the Children’s Advocate and the Child Development Agency.  “Guidance Counsellors in those schools have informed that there has been an increase in cases reported to them. On one side that is sad to hear, but on the other side, the school tours worked and the kids felt comfortable in going to their guidance counsellors to let them know what has been happening to them,” Ms. Dillon says.She notes that the local television and radio aspect of the campaign is finished and efforts are being made to get more funding.  “We are constantly trying to see if we can get additional partners to help us along this journey. We see how relevant it is…we are seeing too much of it in our papers now and our children absolutely need help,” the Project Manager adds.Meanwhile, training workshops are to be held with Ministry of Education Regional Officers, principals, teachers, and Parent-Teacher Association Executives on how to conduct readings with students using the storybook.  Ms. Dillon tells JIS News it is hoped that the book will be released and launched by April this year. The book has received approval from the Ministry of Education, Youth and Information and will be added to the Family Life curriculum.The Storybook package will include: a full colour illustrated storybook, accompanying DVD with illustrations, narration, sign language translation, music and an accompanying teacher’s guide. The message of identifying, responding and reporting abuse is appropriately packaged into a story to suit the target audience of children eight to 12 years old.  There will also be 60 Braille copies of the book, as requested by the Ministry’s Special Education Unit, for distribution in schools.  “This book is targeting vulnerable groups, so it is extremely important that when we are getting this message out there, it gets to all persons who may be affected by cases of child abuse,” Ms. Dillon says.  A mandatory parents’ forum is to be held in each school one to three months after principals and staff have been engaged.The Break the Silence campaign was first launched during the period 2015-16 and it featured several prominent celebrities and business leaders encouraging persons to report physical, sexual and emotional abuse of children.  The programme, supported by the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), was a direct response to the ‘Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices’ survey on child maltreatment in Jamaica, which the OCR commissioned with technical and financial support from UNICEF.  The OCR received more than 44,000 reports of child abuse for the period 2007-2014.Persons can make a report of child abuse to the OCR by sending an email to: [email protected]; or by visiting the four OCR offices located in Kingston, Manchester, St. Mary and Westmoreland.  Persons can also call the OCR toll free at: 1-888- PROTECT (776-8328) (Flow) Tel: 908-2132, 908-2143 (Flow); 618-5888 (Digicel landline); 754-9133 (Flow); 631-8933 (Flow); 631-8908 (Flow); Cell: 822-7031 (Flow) 878-2882 (Digicel); and Fax: 908-2579. Photo credit: Jamaica Gleanerlast_img read more