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Last year, they found four sporting federations, including cricket, which had not met the transformation criteria. "Transformation remains a work in progress to make cricket a truly national sport and accessible to all‚" he said. "We offer World Rugby the chance to put on a highly profitable and unforgettable tournament in unbeatable stadiums and conditions". We have kept the ministry up to speed with our thinking and state of preparation throughout the suspension and continue to enjoy an ...
  • Samsung Galaxy S8 torture test has some shattering results

    Samsung Galaxy S8 torture test has some shattering results

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    But problematic factory calibrations of OLED panels could send the handsets back to the factory. "In the meantime, if your display looks red and you would like to adjust it, go to settings, display , screen mode, color balance and change the red level", Fisco suggested .
  • Youngs out of Lions for family reasons

    Youngs out of Lions for family reasons

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    Scotland and Gloucester scrum-half Greig Laidlaw will tour in Youngs' place. "A week is a long time in sport". "We've pretty much got a clean bill of health", Gatland told the BBC . GLOUCESTER and Scotland captain Greig Laidlaw has admitted he must find a way to negotiate the high emotion surrounding his whirlwind call-up to the British and Irish Lions.
  • Nasa reveals new images from Cassini's second stunning dive through Saturn's rings

    Nasa reveals new images from Cassini's second stunning dive through Saturn's rings

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    Chilean builder Luis Peña has built a LEGO version of the Cassini-Huygens spacecraft, seen here superimposed over an actual Cassini image. Huygens landed on Saturn's moon Titan in 2005 and has since returned to Earth. Saturn Probe: A probe would explore Saturn's dense atmosphere and study its structure. However, as there are no sound waves in space, the audio was created by recording radio waves and converting them into sound.
  • HandBrake Warns Mac Users Of Compromised Mirror Server

    HandBrake Warns Mac Users Of Compromised Mirror Server

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    Because of this, users who downloaded HandBrake-1.0.7.dmg during the period in question have a 50/50 chance of having received a malicious version of the file, the HandBreak team said. By compromising the HandBrake mirror, the attackers were able to follow the road map provided by the other Mac malware such as KeRanger, which infected the legitimate BitTorrent client Transmission, which was developed by the same author.
  • LucidSound Announces the LS35X Wireless Gaming Headset

    LucidSound Announces the LS35X Wireless Gaming Headset

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    Xbox boss Phil Spencer took to Twitter to answer a question about the release date of Microsoft's new console. He added that there are now no issues of any kind that would suggest otherwise. It looks gorgeous, and it scheduled to launch during Holiday Season 2017 (this is the release window for Project Scorpio as well). Last month, Spencer mentioned how the final performance gains with Project Scorpio exceeded any expectations that Microsoft previously had.
  • Samsung fans rejoice, Galaxy Note 8 confirmed

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    Recent reports claim that the company will be launching the successor of its fire-prone Note 7 smartphone. It comes after Samsung reported a 48 percent year-on-year rise in its first quarter operating profit to 9.9 trillion Korean won, driven by strength in its semiconductor and display division.
  • Nubia launches M2 Lite in India; exclusive to Amazon

    Nubia launches M2 Lite in India; exclusive to Amazon

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    However, all the smartphones mentioned above have much better hardware than the Nubia M2 Lite, sans the selfie camera. On the imaging front, this phone is mounted with 16MP BSI CMOS sensor on the front with 5P Lens, F2.0 Aperture and 79.8° Wide Angle for capturing flawless and sharp selfies.
  • In the health care debate over pre-existing conditions, who's lying?

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    According to a recent report from the nonpartisan Kaiser Family Foundation , 23 percent of Utahns under age 65, close to 400,000 people, have pre-existing conditions that could be the basis for jacking up premiums. "We must manage expectations and remain focused on the art of the doable as we move forward", said Senate Finance Committee Chairman Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, among several cautionary statements issued by Senate Republicans after the House vote.