Police in Belize were questioning “a few people” Wednesday in connection with the strangulation deaths of a Canadian woman and her American boyfriend but no arrests have been made yet.The bodies of Francesca Matus, 52, of Toronto, and Drew DeVoursney, 36, from Georgia, were found Monday afternoon in a sugar cane field in the country’s Corozal district.Police said on Tuesday that both had died of strangulation and that DeVoursney’s body was found on top of Matus’s body and that both were in an “advanced state of decomposition.”David DeVoursney, who is in Belize to bring his body back to the United States, told The Canadian Press that police have had “a few persons of interest in for questioning” in connection with the murders, but added there have been “no arrests so far.”Matus and DeVoursney had been missing since last Tuesday when they were last seen leaving a local bar around 11 p.m. Dozens of Canadian and American expats were involved in the search, scouring the beaches, waterways and the bush.On Sunday afternoon, Matus’s car was found in a sugar cane field about 15 kilometres from the bar.Belize police Det. Zamir Noh said the bodies were discovered late Monday afternoon in another field “nowhere close to the truck.” Police said autopsies conducted on Tuesday revealed how the pair died.Matus was scheduled to return to Canada last Wednesday, but when her friend, Joe Milholen, arrived at her house to take her to the airport, her car was gone and the house locked up. Milholen said he later found her packed suitcases, passport and travelling money inside the house.Matus grew up in Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., and moved to Toronto after college and became a mortgage broker, which she still did for half of the year. She loved the water and boating in Belize, she said.“She was 52 in a 35-year-old body,” Pucci said. “She really was such a beautiful person – both inside and out – and she did not deserve this. Nobody does.”Pucci didn’t know much about Matus’s relationship with DeVoursney, but said she appeared to be happy.In Georgia, DeVoursney’s mother, Char, said she learned about her son’s death from the U.S. embassy in Belize. They told her the pair had been murdered and found with duct tape around their wrists, she said.“I’m not able to really do anything, kind of just sit and think and cry and that’s all I’m capable of at the moment,” she said.Her other son, David, was at the Atlanta airport Tuesday morning with DeVoursney’s best friend, Brandon Barfield, waiting to board a flight to Belize.“He’s going to go bring my boy home,” Char DeVoursney said through tears.Drew DeVoursney was a big man with a big heart and a big smile, his mother said. The six-foot-six former marine had overcome post-traumatic stress disorder while serving two tours in Iraq, she said.About four years ago, he bought a piece of property with Barfield in Belize – with nothing on it – and went down in December with the idea of starting his own dive company, his mother said.“He’s a real adventure boy, that’s what I call him, my adventure boy because he’s done so many different things,” Char DeVoursney said.Drew DeVoursney went to college in North Carolina on a soccer and academic scholarship, but never finished.“Then 9/11 happened and he went straight into the marines,” she said.He ended up going to Afghanistan for two years after he left the marines as a contractor to help soldiers learn how to use technology on the battlefield.“I’ve dreaded news of his death, but that was when he was in Iraq and Afghanistan,” Char DeVoursney said as she sniffled.She said her son was having trouble getting work in Belize, so he decided to return home.“He was supposed to come home next week and was signed to start school with his brother where he was going to learn to operate heavy machinery,” she said. “Now he’s coming home in a way I’ve always dreaded.”
OTTAWA – Canada’s top court says police officers accused of crimes have no special right to mount a defence using information gleaned from informers in the course of their work.In a unanimous ruling Friday, the Supreme Court of Canada says confidential information from informers cannot be disclosed simply because an accused speculates it might be helpful to his or her defence.Rather, the accused person must meet the high standard of showing his or her innocence is at stake.The high court judgment means four former RCMP officers in British Columbia who have been charged with breach of trust, fraud and obstruction of justice are not entitled to reveal informer-privileged information to their lawyers.The case arose from the so-called “Surrey Six” investigation, a complex probe into gang-related homicide involving several dozen confidential informers.The four accused officers were involved in the investigation, but now face charges related to their conduct with a witness who was under their protection.The allegations against the officers are slated to be tested at a trial in January.In its decision Friday, the Supreme Court said police officers are, when accused of crimes, entitled to expect they will be treated no less fairly than others who are accused and given the full protection of the law.“What they are not entitled to expect is that they be treated better,” Justice Rosalie Abella wrote on behalf of the court.Information confided to them for safekeeping is to be used strictly for law enforcement purposes, not for personal gain in their own proceedings, she added.
Milan: Cristiano Ronaldo said he was “1,000 percent committed to staying” with Juventus next season as he claimed his first Serie A title and Juventus their eighth in a row on Saturday. Massimiliano Allegri’s side had needed just one more point for a 35th Scudetto and their latest title triumph helped ease some of the pain of their shock Champions League exit at the Juventus Stadium to Ajax on Tuesday. And a come-from-behind 2-1 win over Fiorentina was enough to give them a 20-point lead on nearest rivals Napoli with five games to play. Also Read – Puducherry on top after 8-wkt win over ChandigarhSerbian defender Nikola Milenkovic put Fiorentina ahead after less than six minutes. But Alex Sandro’s diving header on 37 minutes and an own goal from Fiorentina defender German Pezzella after a Ronaldo cross in the 53rd minute sealed another title to ease their European disappointment. “It was a great season and I adapted well. We won the Scudetto and the Italian Super Cup, which is not easy to achieve,” said Ronaldo. “It didn’t go well in the Champions League but next year it will be better. Also Read – Vijender’s next fight on Nov 22, opponent to be announced later”I’m staying at Juve, 1,000 percent.” It was the 34-year-old’s sixth domestic league title, having won three with Manchester United and two with Real Madrid. The Portuguese star now has 28 trophies in total, including the Euro 2016 title with Portugal. Bolstered by five-time Ballon d’Or winner Ronaldo, Juventus dominated the domestic league with the best attack and defence. He has scored 19 goals and had six decisive crosses, and is in the running for the top scorer award along with Sampdoria’s Fabio Quagliarella, who has 22 goals and AC Milan’s Krzysztof Piatek on 21. Juventus have lost only two matches, against Genoa and SPAL, with 28 wins and three draws. Their eight straight title sees them overtake French club Lyon for the record of consecutive victories in the top five European leagues. Juventus also equalled the record for the earliest the Italian title has been won, with five games to spare, achieved by Torino in 1948, Fiorentina in 1956 and Inter Milan in 2007. Juventus succeeded despite having been hit hard by injuries with defender Giorgio Chiellini out along with Sami Khedira, Mario Mandzukic, Paulo Dybala and Douglas Costa. Ronaldo threatened early, but defender Milenkovic gave Fiorentina hope of a first win in eight trips to the Allianz Stadium. Giovanni Simeone had the ball in the back of the net on 25 minutes but the goal was ruled offside, before Sandro got his head to Miralem Pjanic’s corner to pull the teams level before the break. Ronaldo pushed forward after the break, crossing for Federico Bernardeschi, but Pezzella clumsily turned into his own net. Allegri brought on teenage star Moise Kean in place of Bernardeschi on 74 minutes, but the 19-year-old could not add to his six goals in his previous six appearances. Meanwhile, Juventus remain on track to match the record 102 points achieved under Antonio Conte in 2014.
Staff and students participate in a West African drumming workshop with ethnomusicologist Gavin Webb. Webb is leading two of several workshops during Brock’s edition of International Development Week. When news stories emerge from countries, such as South Africa or the Democratic Republic of the Congo, chances are they’re a variation of a theme.Mining strikes and police clashes, resulting in deaths. The plight of the child soldier.But John Kaethler, an organizer of Brock’s edition of International Development Week, says there’s more to these nations and their people than the negative headlines.“If you go to these countries, there are many more positive things happening,” Kaethler said. “News is the negative things. It’s the school that burned down but not the school that opened, so you get a biased view of that part of the world.”Enter International Development Week, an annual series of workshops, seminars and guest lectures dedicated to drawing attention to all the good happening in what’s known as the majority south or developing countries across the globe.This year’s edition, which runs from Feb. 4 to 8, has activities to appeal to all senses, including an exhibit of Haitian artist Jean-Salomon Andre’s work, drumming workshops, opportunities to assess one’s international IQ and cooking demonstrations.It also features the Wilma Morrison Lecture with guest speaker Superior Court Justice James Turnbull, who will talk about the work his NGO, the Joy and Hope of Haiti, has done helping Haitian orphans. Turnbull has also worked with Haiti’s justice ministry to reform the country’s legal system.“You can’t have development if you don’t have laws,” Kaethler said.In addition, International Development Week also shows students the opportunities they have to take their learning about the developing world outside the classroom.A presentation on Brock’s Global Transitions program, which provides upper-year students with the chance to spend a semester in Ghana, and a session on Brock Abroad, an experiential learning program in Namibia, are also on the International Development Week bill.“We’re trying to make (the sessions) diverse because humans use all five senses but often all you get in universities is one sense: the auditory,” Kaethler said. “We’re trying to bring all senses together to learn about different cultures because every culture has something to teach us.”Mostly, though, International Development Week is about showing Brock is closer to the developing world than at first glance, Kaethler noted.“Often, we think of Africa as that continent over there but we have Africa at Brock as well,” he said. “We have students from Africa here and we should try to take advantage of that in a positive way and learn from them as they’ve learned from us.”
China is leading the global mining industry in more ways than one. Both its demand for metals and the capital it is making available to foreign mining companies are benefitting the global mining industry. In a Day 2 keynote session on mining development at the China Mining conference in Tianjin, presenters from three of China’s biggest mining companies expressed their expectation for the gold price to rise further. There was also examination of China’s very significant overseas investment in Australian and Canada and calls for metal price stabilisation and for “changes in iron ore prices to be more rational.” Modernisation of the mining industry and better technologies are needed according to a number of the speakers.The latter comment came from the first speaker in the session, Zhou Zhongshu, President of China Minmetals Corp. He expressed concern at the current iron ore pricing system and asked that future iron ore prices should take into account the price at which the products are sold. He pointed to the steel plants in China that were making a loss.He had begun by considering the effects of the global financial crisis and noting how companies like his had helped support Australia’s mining industry. He quoted a figure of $9.7 billion that had been invested this year in Australia’s mining industry by the time of the conference. But, he said, companies around the world “need more help in getting capital from China.”He stressed a global need to stabilise prices – “volatility is bad.” And, commenting on other countries’ fears about Chinese outward investment, he expressed the view that China believes in open trade. “We need outward investment and it is contributing to the world economy.” He asked that no one be afraid of a “China conspiracy.”The Group is China’s largest nationwide supplier of raw materials for the metallurgical industry and also the largest steel trading company, having formed a complete chain in the industry. Minmetals has reserves of 600 Mt of iron ore and 250 Mt of coking coal. It is among the nation’s largest exporters of coke, coal, ferroalloys and refractory materials and largest importer of iron ore, steel scrap, slabs and billets and sells 20 Mt/y of steel products.Song Xin, Vice President of China National Gold Group Corp (which contributes 20% of China’s annual gold production) noted that the country’s gold output had risen in 2008 to 282 t and that demand, at 395 t, was now second only to India. He said the national reserve had risen from 600 to 1,054 t.China National Gold’s resources today amount to 1,149 t of gold, 532 Mt of copper and 690,000 t of molybdenum. The company has spent RMB770 million on exploration in the past two years on 71 exploration projects in China’s 16 key mineralised belts. Annual production of new mines will be more than 100 t, he said.On the opening day of the conference, Wang Min, Vice Minister of Land & Resources, Director General of China Geological Survey had set the scene somewhat by explaining to delegates that investment in the domestic mining industry, between January and August this year, had, at RMB440.6 billion, showed year-on-year growth of 18.9%. Over the same period, coal imports grew by 155% to 75.75 Mt, iron ore imports went up 33% to 405 Mt, and copper concentrate imports went up 14% to 4.13 Mt.Chen Jinghe, CEO of Zijin Mining expects China’s GDP growth to be some 8% this year, thanks to investment measures taken by the government. His company will contribute significantly as it has today evolved into a large mining group holding subsidiaries in 20 provinces in China and seven foreign countries. The company reports it “has become China’s largest owner of metal mineral resources, China’s largest gold producer, China’s third largest copper producer, and one of China’s six major zinc producers.” Zijin’s growth in the first half of this year was 11%. Chen too believes that the gold price has further to rise. He also says Chinese mining companies must get out of China and that his company needs large-scale projects.Wang Jianhua, Chairman and the Secretary of the Party of Shandong Gold, says China must be part of economic globalisation and should be allowed to adapt to globalisation. He stressed there was a great need for globalised information. He too is a believer in the gold price going higher.His company and China’s mining industry in general need to absorb and use best practices from around the world, he said. There is a need for enhanced technologies to be used in China’s mines. There is also need for better use of capital and to maximise the use of human resources. Furthermore, he wants to see greater uses found for gold and for better tracking of the market.Wang wants to see more remining of tailings, which he did say was on the rise. He also sees needs to enhance utilisation and wants to see clusters of gold mines operating in harmony.Tan Yaling, an International Researcher with the Bank of China, revisited the global mining industry’s fundamental need for funding. She believes the global financial crisis is not a simple financial problem. The fact that prices are not controllable is bad, she said. She described the situation as “chaotic” and believes normal theories no longer apply. There is a need to look longer term on a broader scale. Lots of revisions are needed to develop models to explain “what is today’s world.”Looking at China’s mining industry she spoke about a need to eliminate the gap between China and the developed world. There is a great need to invest in science and technology, she said.Mike Elliott, Ernst and Young’s Global Mining and Metals Sector, noted that China’s outbound investment in mining has been very significant. Australia and Canada (“low political risk”) dominate as the destinations of choice, accounting for 92% of the investment. Chinese needs are copper, zinc, lead, nickel, iron ore and coal. Recent priority transactions have been in iron ore, coal and copper.There have been a number of domestic drivers for this outbound investment . One he pointed out is perhaps not so well known and that is the “high cost of domestic production,” in some cases. Certain older mines in China are simply not cost effective.“What Chinsese companies are getting right,” he said, are:Focus on low risk/low costClear view of valuePositive business environmentGovernment supportAvailable capitalThe last point he mentioned, and perhaps the most important, was that Chinese companies were “offering cash.” This he said had been a key to their success and important to stimulate global mining.However, he pointed out that investment from Japan, India and Sovereign Wealth Funds was coming back and was competition. As a result, the safer investment opportunities were beginning to dry up. But this in itself was an opportunity in that Chinese companies could look to additionally invest in infrastructure projects in order to help develop new third world mines.The third executive expecting to see even higher gold prices was Lu Dongshang, Chairman of Shandong Zhaojin, who closed the morning noting that his 80% of his company’s revenue was from gold and that Shandong Zhaojin had weathered the storm of the “financial tsunami.” His policy to avoid risk embraces expansion, development and optimisation. Focussed on gold, he said his company was one of the lowest cost producers in China and was “ready to capture more value out of gold.”Touching on the subject of outbound investment, Lu commented that industry integration was on the increase. He feels bigger and stronger companies should be encouraged to make moves abroad.
Serbian NT coach, Veselin Vuković has announced squad for the upcoming matches against Russia and Bosnia and Herzegovina at the beginning of qualification for the EHF EURO 2014 in Denmark. In two important clashes, Serbian “Eagles” will play against team captain, Momir Ilić, who decided to stay out of the team for this EHF week after recovering from the serious injury. Vuković didn’t call playmaker Dalibor Ćutura, Bojan Beljanski and Dobrivoje Marković, all the members of the Serbian Olympic squad last summer.On the lists are few players of the Serbian champion, RK Partizan, who is playing well in the VELUX EHF Champions League. StanićDarkoMetalurg (MKD)Golman 18. MilićStrahinjaVardar PRO (MKD)Goalkeepers 17. NenadićDraškoGranollers (ESP)Levi bek StankovićIvanCreteil (FRA)Right back BeljanskiBojanFrish Auf Goppingen (GER)Pivot Šešum ŽarkoRhein Necker Lowen (GER)Left back Left wing 16. 19. MarsenićMijajiloPartizanPivot 15. IlićNemanjaPartizanLeft wing VučkovićNenadMelsungen (GER)Playmaker MitrovićLukaSkive fH (DEN)Playmaker NenadićPetarWisla Plock (POL)Playmaker Rnić MomirFrish Auf Goppingen (GER)Left back 12. 13. 10. REZERVE: VujinMarkoTHW Kiel (GER)Right back ĐukićDarkoŽelezničar 1949Right wing ← Previous Story Italian Handball Federation Elections: Quo Vadis Pallamano? Next Story → EHF Cup draw: Vardar takes on Magdeburg, Goppingen against Meshkov Brest MitrovićUrošPartizanPlaymaker ProdanovićRajkoPick Szeged (HUN)Right wing MarjanovićFilipMetaloplastikaLevo krilo ManojlovićNikolaCimos Koper (SLO)Left back 14. 20. ZelenovićNemanjaCelje Pivovarna (SLO)Right back JošićLjubomirVojvodina ŽeležničarDesni bek 22. RadovanovićMihailoPartizanGolman NikčevićIvanWisla Plock (POL) 23. 28. 26. 24. 21. MarkezMitarFrish Auf Goppingen (GER)Desno krilo DragašMilošMetaloplastikaLevi bek 25. EHF EURO 2014serbiaVeselin Vukovic 27. ToskićAlemCelje Pivovarna (SLO)Pivot StojkovićRastkoVive Targi Kielce (POL)Pivot 11. KrsmančićMarkoAlpla Hart (AUT)Srednji bek MarjanacDraganBSV Bern Muri (SUI)Goalkeepers
Spanish FC Barcelona won the VELUX EHF Champions League 2014/2015! Nikola Karabatic and his team-mates overtook the title of the best handball team in Europe after four years and their last triumph in magnificent Lanxess Arena in Cologne! Barca beat Hungarian MKB MVM Veszprem 28:23 (14:10) in the final clash with domination through 60 minutes…MVM MKB VESZPREM – FC BARCELONA 23:28 (10:14)MKB-MVM Veszprém KC: Mikler one save (8%), Alilovic 9 saves (33%) – Gulyás 2/2, Iváncsik 1/1, Schuch, Ilic 5(1)/13, Nilsson 2/3, Nagy 8/16, Zeitz 0/2, Marguc 2/2, Chema, Terzic 0/1, Sulic 2/3, Lékai 1/1.FC Barcelona: Šarić 11 saves (30%), Perez de Vargas – Noddesbo 3/3, Tomas 5/5, Enterrios 4/6, Sorhaindo 0/1, Sarmiento 1/2, Arino, Gurbindo 3/4, Sigurdsson 6(1)/7, Marquez, Rutenka, Morros, Karabatić 6/10, Jallouz, Lazarov 0/2.RESULTS: 2:1 (5.) 2:4 (8.) 4:6 (11.) 5:7 (15.) 6:9 (21.) 8:9 (24.) 9:10 (25.) 9:13 (28.) 11:16 (34.) 14:19 (39.) 17:19 (43.) 17:21 (48.) 18:21 (49.) 18:24 (52.) 21:25 (56.)Veszprem began good with Ilic and Nagy in the main roles, but after the starting lead 2:1 in 5th minute, Hungarians were forced to be in minus until the final whistle. Barca’s defense close the most of the tactics solutions of the rivals, forcing only Ilic and Nagy to take responsibility.“Predictable” attack of the Hungarians, however, didn’t make bigger advantage between two teams. Nikola Karabatic, as usual, had the main role in the Barca’s attack leading his team on +3 in 21st minute – 9:6.The same distance stayed until the half-time break – 14:10.Only Laslo Nagy was dangerous for the Danijel Šarić’s net in the second half of the match. Barca went on +5 in 34th minute (16:11), but the team of Antonio Carlos Ortega didn’t give up.Mirko Alilovic gave the wings to his team with few saves, but Veszprem missed three chances to come on -1 (17:19) at the start of 40th minute.Momir Ilic was caught by Barca’s defensive system and Danijel Šarić between the posts. Ortega had no more experienced players in backline for turnover. In 51st minute, when Barca went on +6 (24:18) it was clear who will take trophy home… ← Previous Story Veszprem – FC Barcelona 10:14 H.T Next Story → CONQUISTADOR – Nikola Karabatic: We beat pressure! FC Barcelona
The first Youth International Handball Tournament powered by El Jaish Sports Club will take a place in Doha from Monday to Thursday. The “mini Super Globe” will gathered boys born in 2000 from three continents – Asia, Africa and Europe and show the diversity of different handball schools.The tournament will be held on court of Qatar Sports Club.September 059:00AM A LUND (SWE) – AVIATION (EGY) ALJAZIRA (UAE)10:30AM B ELJAISH (QAT) – FORSHAGA (SWE) EL WAHDA (UAE)September 069:00AM A AVIATION (EGY) – ALJAZIRA (UAE) LUND (SWE)10:30AM B FORSHAGA (SWE) – EL WAHDA (UAE) ELJAISH (QAT)September 079:00AM A ALJAZIRA (UAE) – LUND (SWE) AVIATION (EGY)10:30AM B EL WAHDA (UAE) – ELJAISH (QAT) FORSHAGA (SWE)September 089:00AM 5/6 3rd A – 3rd B10:30AM 3/4 2nd A – 2nd B12:00PM 1/2 1st A – 1st B – FINAL ← Previous Story 6 things to know before IHF Super Globe 2016 Next Story → READY FOR PSG: Kielce beat Taubate el jaish sports club
1. When you said ‘one more episode’ three episodes ago Source: Sah Digital2. When you’ve dozed off and been woken up by the fan on your laptop Source: Cloudfront3. When you have been on the sofa for so long, you’re almost part of it Source: Imgur4. When you’ve been waiting 40 minutes for the person you’re having an argument with to respond5. When you get a little tiny moment of excitement at the ‘new tweets’ button 6. Only to be let down because the only people in your timeline are Americans, probably talking about a TV show that you can’t watch7. When you feel like you’ve seen the whole internet Source: Imgur8. And witnessed things online you didn’t want to witness Source: Reactiongifs9. So you’re reduced to just going back through favourite YouTube videos for the warm feeling of security they bring you Source: HappyGilmoreEnt10. Or going down a Wikipedia hole and reading the entry for ‘serial killers’ Source: Reactiongifs11. When it’s your brain kind of feels like the internet got inside it somehow. That’s scary, isn’t it? Source: Imgur12. When everyone else went to bed HOURS ago. Source: Black_ClawWelcome to our world, everybody! All the ways the internet has ruined your life>Are You A Social Media Addict?>
TURKEY’S DEFIANT PRIME Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan launched a blistering new attack on social media today after his government banned Twitter just days before crucial local elections.“I cannot understand how sensible people still defend Facebook, YouTube and Twitter. They run all kinds of lies,” he declared at an election rally.His fresh diatribe came shortly after President Abdullah Gul voiced hope the government would soon lift the Twitter ban, which has been roundly condemned as a bid to muzzle a widening corruption scandal dogging the government.“I believe this problem will be over soon,” Gul told reporters.“This is of course an unpleasant situation for such a developed country as Turkey, which has weight in the region and which is negotiating with the European Union.”The conflicting comments underscore what appears to be a growing gulf between the two men before Turks vote in local elections on March 30.Erdogan also lashed out at Facebook and YouTube which he has also threatened to ban after the polls, accusing them of advocating freedom selectively across the globe.“Twitter, Facebook and YouTube have to respect the Turkish republic’s laws,” he said. “Turkey is not a banana republic.”Recep Tayyip Erdogan addresses a rally yesterday [AP/Press Association Images]He said Twitter abided by national laws in countries such as the United States, Britain, China and Russia but that when it came to countries such as Turkey or Egypt “Twitter talks about freedom”.Erdogan is seen by critics as increasingly authoritarian after his Islamic-rooted government introduced curbs on the Internet and tightened its control on the judiciary in the wake of the graft probe that has ensnared members of his inner circle.Social media networks have been flooded almost daily with recordings allegedly showing Erdogan talking with his son about hiding vast sums of money and interfering in court cases, business deals and media coverage.Erdogan has dismissed the recordings as “vile” fakes concocted by his political rivals, including US-based cleric Fethullah Gulen, once a staunch ally.“If the US president’s phone recordings go online, will Twitter, YouTube and Facebook say it is freedom?” he said today.‘Security threats’Erdogan, who has been in power for 11 years, said he was obliged to act to counter “any attack threatening my country’s security”.“If Twitter acts honestly, we are ready to support it. If YouTube acts honestly, we are ready to give every support. If Facebook gives up immoralities… it will receive support,” he added.The government said Twitter had failed to abide by hundreds of court orders to remove content deemed illegal. ’21st-century book burning’ In the run-up to the elections, Erdogan and his Islamic-rooted Justice and Development Party (AKP) are also struggling to shake off the after-effects of mass anti-government protests last year that were organised partly on Twitter, prompting Erdogan to label the site a “menace”.“Blocking access to Twitter is the work of a government which is losing its self-confidence and strength,” veteran journalist Kadri Gursel wrote in the Milliyet newspaper.The ban has added to concern among rights groups and Turkey’s Western allies about basic freedoms and rights in a country that has jailed more reporters than any other country, including serial offenders Iran, China and Eritrea.Douglas Frantz, assistant secretary of public affairs at the US State Department, described the Twitter ban as “21st-century book burning” and said it should be reversed.“A friend like Turkey has nothing to fear in the free-flow of ideas and even criticism represented by Twitter,” he wrote in an official blog.Frustrated Turks have been able to access the US-based site by tweeting via text message or tweaking their Internet settings. Methods include changing their domain name system (DNS) settings or using a virtual private network (VPN). © AFP, 2014Read: Turkey has blocked people from using Twitter after threat by PMRead: Turkish PM backtracks on his threat to ban Facebook and YouTube > Read: Turkish parliament passes judicial reforms… despite broken bones and bloody noses >
Motorola caught more than a few people by surprise when they announced not one, but six Droid Razr phones are on their way to Verizon Wireless before Christmas. While we know the “Developer Edition” variants of these devices will come with an unlockable bootloader and several unfriendly warnings, and the Razr HD and Razr MAXX HD are on the way, the smallest of the Razr phones is now available from Verizon Wireless. The Droid Razr M is the least expensive member of the new Motorola lineup, but somehow manages to compete with existing devices on every level.HardwareMotorola has always had phones that bore sort of a mechanical design. It was this design that originally created the Droid branding for the first Android 2.0 phone. The Razr M still bears Motorola’s mechanical look, complete with open face screws running down the sides, but all of the corners of the device have been softened to an almost gentle curve. The phone sits like a narrow wedge in your hand, growing slightly thicker at the top of the phone as you run your hand up the side. There’s some clever engineering in the face of the phone, particularly the way the speaker is hidden in the logo that runs across the top. The Kevlar back offers just enough grip to catch your fingers, allowing you to comfortable hold the handset without needing to firmly grip it.There’s nothing mini about the Droid Razr M. In fact, it’s still bigger than Android’s biggest competitor by a significant factor. When you compare it to the massive screens of the Droid Razr HD or the Samsung Galaxy S3, the 4.3″ Super AMOLED display seems like it would be better described as reasonable than small. At 540 x 960 with 256 ppi the screen isn’t quite up to par with the iPhone 5 or the Samsung Galaxy S3 on paper, but the display on the Razr M is still very nice. The increasingly familiar Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 clocked at 1.5ghz and 1GB of RAM puts it exactly on par with the rest of the high end Android market right now. In fact, the smaller more energy efficient screen allows the 2000mAh battery in the Razr M to last much longer than the slightly larger battery in the Galaxy S3. The 8MP camera in the back is a standard in the industry right now, while the VGA front facing camera is feeling a little dated.The Razr M is, by all accounts, a high end smartphone. If anything, this sets the bar especially high for any device that comes out next at a pricetag higher than the $99 being asked for this device at Verizon Wireless. Motorola’s decision to make a phone that actually fits in one hand will be well received by those who would like a smartphone, but aren’t necessarily interested in having a small movie theater in their pocket.SoftwareMotorola has been slowly getting out of Google’s way with the “Motorola Experience” version of Android. None of the core functions of Android have been replaced by anything Motorola has cooked up. It’s still not stock Android, but offers a comfortable alternative that provides the user with really useful modifications. The homescreen starts off with a single panel, instead of the five that typically come with Android. If you swipe to the left, you are able to make as many new homescreens as you want, and you can edit and modify them the same way you would in Stock. When you swipe to the right, you are provided with a quick glance at a page of on/off toggles for different tools on your phone. WiFi, Bluetooth, Airplane Mode, and several others can be quickly accessed from this panel. Motorola’s “Circles” widget is an incredibly powerful tool. The widget offers you a quick glance at the time, weather, missed calls, alarm clocks, and brightness settings all within three classy looking rings. You flick the rings around to access the additional information, and the rings flip back when you leave the homescreen. If this were a standalone widget that I could pay money for, I would recommend this widget go on every smartphone out there. By comparrison, the default lock screen is not quite as well thought out. Motorola gives you access to unlock and Camera just like stock Android, as well as shortcuts to the phone and text messaging apps. In a perfect world, the phone would allow you to set whatever apps you want on the lockscreen as launch shortcuts.Motorola’s Smart Actions service is also included on the Razr M, and in my opinion is one of the best recommendation engines available today. Smart Actions monitors your daily behaviors, the things you are doing on your phone every day, and makes recommendations to improve your experience. After two days of turning the volume all the way down on the phone before going to bed, Smart Actions recommends a feature that allows the audio on the phone to automatically mute after a certain time. The service is completely harmless, and you can dismiss the recommendations at any time. If you let Smart Actions do its thing, however, in about a week you’ll find the phone automating a handful of things you didn’t realize you were taking the time to do manually.Final ThoughtsFor $99 on a new contract or upgrade, or $549 for the Developer Edition, Motorola has knocked one out of the park with the Razr M. The most limiting parts of this phone are those governed by Verizon Wireless. Verizon’s added applications still can’t be removed even if you don’t want to use them. Being a Droid branded phone with NFC is tough, because it means you don’t have access to things like Google Wallet.Since Verizon and Motorola are releasing separate versions of this device with unlocked bootloaders, it is unlikely that this phone will get much in the way of support from the Android hacking community. For the average consumer, however, the Razr M is an absolutely great phone and a really positive indicator of the way Motorola’s devices are headed.Photography by Chris Sewell
Genius DX-Eco : une souris sans fil à charge ultra-rapideLa firme Genius vient de dévoiler une nouvelle souris sans fil, et sans batterie. Baptisé DX-ECO, elle est équipée d’un capaciteur qui, s’il ne lui offre que quatre heures d’autonomie, permet une recharge complète en trois minutes seulement.Genius dévoile une souris sans fil d’un nouveau genre : la DX-ECO. Dépourvue de batterie, elle se voit dotée d’un capaciteur d’une autonomie de quatre heures. C’est peu, mais tout l’avantage de cette souris réside en son rechargement ultra-rapide. Trois minutes seulement seront nécessaires, affirme Genius.À lire aussiCet implant cérébral pourra permettre de contrôler un ordinateur par la penséeLa société promet en outre une durée de vie particulièrement longue. Elle assure en effet que la souris pourra être rechargée jusqu’à 100.000 fois. Grâce à un capteur BlueEye 1.600 dpi, la DX-ECO est en outre optimisée pour s’adapter au mieux à toutes les surfaces, le verre transparent excepté. Enfin, sa connectique 2,4 Ghz lui offre un rayon d’action de dix mètres.Clairement destinée à un usage nomade, cette souris dotée de sept boutons personnalisables sera commercialisée 45 euros. Sa date de sortie n’est pas encore précisée, mais elle est est annoncée pour les prochains jours.Le 9 novembre 2011 à 14:32 • Maxime Lambert
Stay on target So, you got a Nintendo Switch over the holidays. Hooray. Now, you just need a killer carrying case or bag to keep it protected and on your person at all times.Here are the 10 best cases to fit your Nintendo Switch and accessories, in style.PowerA Everywhere Messenger BagThe ample storage on this shoulder-slung bag ($40) means you can tote not just your Switch, but the whole system. And it comes in cool designs for the avid Nintendo fan, including a black Zelda: Breath of the Wild theme and a more colorful Super Mario style. Amazon reviewer Dee writes: “Mary Poppins bag has nothing on this. I’ve had this for a couple months now, and am still amazed at just how many accessories and gear I’m able to fit in this bag. I’m able to fit my switch and it’s hard case, the dock and accompanying wires, a pro controller and it’s charger, a joycon base controller, two mariokart wheels, four joycons and straps, five games and their plastic cases, and a handful of various sized amiibos. The bag has a stylish attractive design and is incredibly practical with how it’s laid out.”Buy it at AmazonUGREEN Carrying CaseAccident-prone? This shockproof UGREEN carrying case ($31) has you covered. An Amazon reviewer writes: “This case is perfect for a Switch user on the go! It absorbs shock from and drops and it fits everything you might need in a compact case. I use it a lot for trips, transportation, and at home to keep my console safe! I have my Switch, 4 controllers, AC adaptor, 3 games (can hold 10), HDMI Cable and the Joy Con adaptor controller!”Buy it AmazonFYOUNG Charging CaseThis super portable case ($51) doubles as a battery bank for your Switch — how’s that for double-duty? Amazon customer CW writes: “Works great, completely charged up my Nintendo Switch while traveling. Has room for the controllers and all the cables and also has slots for eight games and extra storage pocket. Hard and sturdy exterior for protection. It looks nice and I can tell top-quality material was used in its construction. It looks fantastic.”Buy it AmazonHestia Goods Switch Carrying CaseIf you just need something compact, portable, and simple for your new Switch, the Hestia ($18) is a great choice. It won’t carry every accessory but it’ll still keep the essentials (Joy-Cons, cables) stored and protected, and carry extra games. Plus, it’s pretty affordable at under $18. Amazon customer Mandela Man writes: “The case is well designed and not too bulky considering how much it can carry. The handle is very satisfying to hold since it has a nice rubber grip. The outside of the case itself is a hard shell that is tough and should have no problem absorbing short drops. Even when it is packed to the brim with bulky accessories it maintains a reasonable profile and does not take up too much space in my backpack.”Buy it AmazonWaterField Switchpack for Nintendo Switch ‘Super Smash Bros. Ultimate’ Was Final Mission From Late Nintendo President‘Ring Fit Adventure’ Is a Nintendo Switch Exercise RPG The Switchpack ($129) is compact enough to be something you can legitimately call portable. But it also has room for Switch essentials and them some, including a Pro Controller, an external battery pack, a stand, game card holders, and all sorts of charging cables. Reviewer Michael T. writes: “Thoroughly impressed with both the quality of materials and amount of space in this form factor bag. I can fit everything I would need and more in the bag easily and it looks good while doing iBuy it at SFBags.comPDP Nintendo Switch Elite Player BackpackIf a messenger bag is not your style but you still want complete storage and transportation for your Nintendo Switch system, this PDP backpack ($25) is for you. This spacious bag, officially licensed by Nintendo, fits a console, six extra Joy Cons, dock, cables, games, headphones, pro controller and personal accessories. Its internal pockets are screen-printed with icons to clearly show what accessories go in which pocket, and the bag features added straps and a carry handle for ease of use.Buy it at AmazonSmatree Hard Carrying Case N600If you travel a lot you know it can take a toll on your gaming devices. The Smatree N600 ($52) offers one of the most heavy-duty protection for your Nintendo Switch. It’s roomy so it’s capable of transporting every Switch component and accessory you might have, including the Pro Controller. Plus, it’s pretty sturdy — the exterior hard EVA material keeps your device and accessories protected and the interior features separated EVA foam slots to protect the contents from any scratches. Amazon reviewer Austin H. writes: “In my search for carrying cases for my Switch, I wanted something capable of carrying the console itself along with a bunch of other accessories. I was happy to see that this case had cutouts for two pro controllers — a lot of other cases I looked at only had one. The console fits nice and snug in its cutout, so I don’t worry about it moving around while it’s in there. The build quality is something I was pleasantly surprised by. The zippers glide nicely, the case itself is solid, and the strap feels really nice.”Buy it at AmazonWaterField Pouch for Nintendo SwitchHere’s a no-frills carrying case for the minimalists out there. The Switch Pouch ($89) provides no-nonsense protection for the Nintendo Switch, minus the bulk. It has a plush, soft liner to cradle the Switch with Joy-Cons, and its thin, portable profile makes it perfect for stowing in another (bigger) bag or backpack. WaterField customer Benjamin H. writes: “It’s such a simple little slip cover for my new favorite toy, but the craftsmanship, quality of materials, and design make it absolutely perfect. I’m nearly as excited for the Switch Pouch as I am the Switch!”Buy it at SFBags.com Mumba Case for Nintendo SwitchMumba’s rugged case ($19) is made of shock-absorbent materials and polycarbonate to keep your console safe from drops, even while you’re playing. Amazon customer Sam Baez writes: “The protective case feels solid. It’s not the type of plastic that if it’s dropped, it’ll break instantly, but it’s also not the type of rubber that will fall off from the device by itself and not protect it at all. It’s right in between. It also give you a better grip on the Switch. It feels really good. More comfortable than holding the Switch naked.”Buy it at AmazonRDS Nintendo Switch System Protective Deluxe Travel System CaseOrganization freaks will love the RDS Industries Game Traveler case ($33), which features sectioned compartments that provide dedicated storage for the Joy-Con Grip or Switch Pro controller and other accessories. It also includes cases for up to eight cartridges, and two dual-slot microSD card sleeves. Amazon reviewer Tom C. writes: “This is a very spacious and well-designed case. It is able to rather comfortably fit the Switch console with joy-cons attached, the Switch dock, a Pro Controller, a joy-con controller mount with an additional pair of joy-cons attached, the console’s power adapter, an HDMI cable, and a charging cable for the Pro Controller. It also comes with two small plastic containers for holding SD cards and game cartridges to take on the go. There’s even an included black mesh pocket-type case, in which you can store an HDMI cable and the two plastic cartridge containers (and anything else that will fit). It seems like it can take a fall and protect the contents well.”Buy it at AmazonMore on Geek.com:How Nintendo Transformed Christmas Into a Gaming HolidayRanking Every Christmas Season Console Debut11 Best Nintendo Toys
Greg Kimsey Clark County auditor Greg Kimsey has announced that he will seek another term as Clark County auditor.Kimsey, a Republican, was first elected auditor in 1998 and re-elected four times. As auditor, Kimsey serves as the county’s chief officer for both finance and elections. He also oversees internal and performance audits of Clark County government, as well as other county functions, such as issuing marriage and auto licenses.“Kimsey believes that as the county auditor his most important responsibility is to work to improve citizens’ confidence in their government,” reads a news release announcing his re-election. “Every interaction a citizen has with government is an opportunity to improve that person’s confidence in their government.”According to the news release, Kimsey currently has 43 permanent employees and a $6.2 million annual budget.The news release states that Kimsey will seek “to provide excellent service while minimizing the cost of those services.” The release touts Kimsey’s accomplishments in decreasing the number of employees in his office despite an increase in Clark County’s population and employees in other areas of county government.The release highlights Kimsey’s recognition by the Washington Secretary of State as County Auditor of the Year, and by the Mainstream Republicans of Washington as the Local Government Official of the Year. It also mentions national recognition his office has received for performance audits and financial reporting.“I don’t know how many more terms I might seek,” Kimsey, 62, said in an email. “I love my job. As long as I believe I am able to provide value to Clark County residents, I will consider asking the voters to allow me to serve them.”So far, no candidate has signaled that they will challenge Kimsey, who hasn’t had an opponent in an election since 2002.
Marc-Andre ter Stegen warned his Barcelona teammates to not take Real Madrid lightly in Sunday’s El Clasico just because Cristiano Ronaldo is no longer thereLos Blancos’ record goalscorer opted to leave in the summer in favour of a new challenge in Italy with Juventus.In Ronaldo’s absence, Real recently underwent a five-game winless streak and set a new unwanted club record of 482 minutes without a goal.While Julen Loptegui’s side ended their winless drought by beating Viktoria Plzen 2-1 in the Champions League this week, they are not expected to fare well against an in-form Barcelona team.The Catalan giants may not have Lionel Messi available, but they’ve secured convincing wins over Sevilla and Inter Milan over the past week.Fati and Suarez shine against Valencia at Camp Nou Tomás Pavel Ibarra Meda – September 15, 2019 With a mesmerizing first half from Ansu Fati and a brace from Luis Suarez in the second half, Barcelona demolished Valencia at Camp Nou.Valencia…But Ter Stegen feels it would be foolish to underestimate the talent in Real’s squad – even if Ronaldo is no more.“I do not focus on a single player, Madrid have very good players with a lot of individual quality,” Ter Stegen told Club del Deportista.“It’s true Cristiano scored many goals and was a very important player for Real Madrid, so of course you will notice his departure from the club.“We will see how it gets solved in the future. The important thing for us is to concentrate on ourselves to have a spectacular season and, with our great team, be better than all others and achieve objectives.”The German goalkeeper, who recently welcomed the idea of Neymar returning to Barcelona, will likely start in Sunday’s showdown with the game to begin at 16:15 (CEST).
But CJR obtained emails exchanged between Taliaferro and Bumble representatives, including one in which a Bumble rep stated, “We’ll commit to a $25K spend, as we know the web traffic is so important for [Texas Monthly] and is part of what we promised,” raising widespread concerns that the magazine had waded into an ethical gray area.“Taliaferro’s communications with Bumble publicists may have incorrectly appeared to be a blurred line between the editorial and business sides of the magazine,” CEO Paul Hobby admitted in a statement announcing Oppel’s hiring as ombudsman, though he, too, denied that it constituted any more than an “appearance of impropriety,” adding that Herd was “the best option” for the magazine’s February newsstand cover.Taliaferro—who had previously been EIC of University of Texas alumni magazine Alcalde—replaced Brian Sweany atop the Texas Monthly masthead in November 2016, shortly after longtime owner Emmis Communications sold the title to Paul Hobby and private equity firm Genesis Park for $25 million.“Throughout its 45-year history, Texas Monthly has been known for its quality journalism and an ironclad commitment to editorial integrity,” said Oppel in a statement Thursday. “These changes will help the organization continue in that tradition and bring our excellent stories to an even larger audience through innovative new avenues.” Tim Taliaferro’s tenure as the sixth editor-in-chief of Texas Monthly is coming to an end a little over a year after it began—and a little over a month after the magazine found itself embroiled in an ethics controversy over an alleged pay-to-play arrangement related to its February issue’s cover story.Taliaferro will transition to chief innovation officer beginning in May, the magazine said, in which capacity he’ll be responsible for exploring new distribution channels and brand extensions for Texas Monthly, including video, podcasting, and live events.Rich Oppel—longtime editor of the Austin-American Statesman who was brought on as ombudsman last month as a response to the scandal—will take over as interim editor-in-chief at that time, until the search for a permanent replacement is concluded.On January 26, the Columbia Journalism Review reported that Taliaferro had informed Texas Monthly staffers of a new partnership with the dating app Bumble—and its founder, Whitney Wolfe Herd, who appeared on the February issue’s cover—under which Bumble would provide said cover story between $25,000 and $30,000 in paid social media promotion.Taliaferro denied that the deal constituted a quid pro quo, telling CJR that, “This is publicity within the normal types of conversations editors have with publicists. Bumble is not an advertiser. There is no agreement here. They haven’t paid us anything.”
If you want to play up to 100 arcade classics on your iPad or iPad 2, then Atari has provided a great opportunity in the form of the Atari’s Greatest Hits app. You get Missile Command for free, and can then download up to 100 arcade titles for as little $15.That’s great on its own, but doesn’t give you the true arcade experience of buttons and a joystick. So Atari has also come up with a new peripheral called the Atari Arcade that turns your iPad or iPad 2 into an arcade cabinet.This is by no means a new idea as ThinkGeek have been shipping the iCADE accessory for $99.99, a product that actually started out life as an April Fools joke much like Canned Unicorn Meat. However, Atari’s version only costs $59.99 offering a $40 saving for effectively the same experience. That saving is likely realized as the Atari Arcade actually plugs into your tablet where as the iCADE used a Bluetooth connection.Your iPad or iPad 2 just slides into the Atari Arcade and offers up access to a joystick and four buttons–ample for the classic games it is compatible with. Atari believe using the cabinet controls instead of relying on the touchscreen offers an “accurate and speedy response.” We hope that’s the case as some of those games are very difficult if accuracy and timing can’t be easily controlled.The Atari Arcade has been developed in conjunction with Discovery Bay Games who have a range of Duo-branded accessories for iPad. It is available from today in Target, after which it will be available in Apple Stores and Toys R Us from November.
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Notre Dame is one of the bedrock programs in the history of college football, but in today’s game, they face an uphill battle in recruiting because of strict academic requirements and the reality that the program’s brand name doesn’t resonate with 18-year old recruits like it did 30 years ago.The Irish are coming off a four win season, and have averaged 5 losses in the last four seasons, and have only won 10 or more games 5 times since 1994. That’s not a powerhouse, that’s not even Oklahoma State.Today, Colin said he thinks Paul Chryst and Wisconsin are currently a superior program to the Irish, and it’s not really a close call. They’ve won 10 or more games 5 times since 2010, including four 11-win seasons. The years they didn’t win double digit games they still won 9 and 8 games respectively.Right now, Notre Dame is more about history, and Wisconsin is about W’s. They should continue to separate this year.“Notre Dame right now is about a seven-and-a-half win program.”Watch Colin explain his reasoning:“@BadgerFootball right now is a better football program than Notre Dame.” — @ColinCowherd pic.twitter.com/RTup5x2Dva— Herd w/Colin Cowherd (@TheHerd) August 8, 2017
News | Enterprise Imaging | July 29, 2019 Philips Announces 10-year Enterprise Informatics Agreement With Centre Hospitalier Régional Universitaire de Nancy Philips and Centre Hospitalier Régional Universitaire (CHRU) de Nancy, a leading academic hospital in the Grand Est… read more March 9, 2009 – Aspyra Inc. entered into a nonexclusive letter of agreement with Allscripts, allowing Allscripts to promote Aspyra’s laboratory (LIS) and radiology (RIS) information systems, and Picture Archiving Communication System (PACS) solutions to new and existing Allscripts customers. The reciprocal agreement also allows Aspyra to promote Allscripts’ practice management (PM), electronic medical record (EMR), revenue cycle management (RCM) and emergency department solutions nationally to new and existing Aspyra customers. Allscripts uses innovation technology to bring health to healthcare. More than 150,000 physicians utilize Allscripts to improve the health of their patients and their bottom line. Aspyra will resell the Allscripts Professional PM and EMR, MyWay EM, PayerPath RCM and Allscripts Emergency Department solutions with its CyberLAB LIS, CyberRAD RIS, AccessNET PACS, AccessRAD RIS/PACS and AccessMED Specialty PACS solutions. Aspyra’s wide range of departmental solutions, including LIS, RIS, PACS and integrated RIS/PACS improve access to clinical data, images and reports, as well as provide organizations with new channels to streamline workflow, boost efficiency and reduce costs. The agreement coincides with the recent signing of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act into law, which encourages healthcare organizations to adopt healthcare IT technology, establish regional health information exchange networks and ensure the safety of critical patient data. “As more healthcare organizations are motivated to adopt electronic healthcare technology with federal financial incentives, Aspyra is excited to work with Allscripts in offering combined solutions that improve the level of patient care, as well as provide a greater return on investment,” stated Robert Pruter, Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Aspyra. He continued, “With functional data sharing capabilities currently in place at joint customer sites, we have proven the ability to work together successfully in providing a fully integrated electronic patient record.” According to Kelley Schudy, vice president of Channel Sales for Allscripts, at least 60 percent of patient’s electronic medical record consists of data elements generated by clinical systems. The 12-month letter of agreement became effective February 3, 2009.For more information: www.aspyra.com FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 Technology | Enterprise Imaging | July 05, 2019 Hyland Healthcare Adds ImageNext Imaging Workflow Optimizer to Enterprise Imaging Suite Hyland Healthcare is launching ImageNext, a vendor-neutral imaging workflow optimizer that combines intelligent imaging… read more News | Cardiovascular Ultrasound | July 02, 2019 Konica Minolta Healthcare Partners With DiA Imaging Analysis for AI-based Cardiac Ultrasound Analysis DiA Imaging Analysis has partnered with Konica Minolta Healthcare Americas Inc. to expand analysis capabilities of… read more News | Enterprise Imaging | June 27, 2019 Ambra Health Announces Integration With Box Ambra Health announced an integration with Box to enable the sharing of medical imaging directly from within Box’s… read more News | PACS | July 02, 2019 Laurel Bridge and 3M M*Modal Partner to Improve DICOM Structured Reporting July 2, 2019 — Laurel Bridge Software announced an expanded relationship with 3M M*Modal, a provider of clinical docu read more News | March 09, 2009 Aspyra, Allscripts Enter Agreement to Sell PACS, RIS News | PACS | August 09, 2019 Lake Medical Imaging Selects Infinitt for Multi-site RIS/PACS Infinitt North America will be implementing Infinitt RIS (radiology information system)/PACS (picture archiving and… read more News | PACS | August 08, 2019 NetDirector Launches Cloud-based PDF to DICOM Conversion Service NetDirector, a cloud-based data exchange and integration platform, has diversified their radiology automation options… read more Feature | Information Technology | June 27, 2019 | By Greg Freiherr Smart Algorithm Extracts Data from Radiology Reports Radiology reports may contain information essential to figuring out a patient’s condition. read more Related Content Technology | Cybersecurity | August 07, 2019 ScImage Introduces PICOM ModalityGuard for Cybersecurity ScImage Inc. is bridging the gap between security and functionality with the introduction of the PICOM ModalityGuard…. read more News | PACS | June 26, 2019 Mini-PACS Solution for Image Management and Workflow Optimization ImageGrid Mini is a feature-rich, reliable and cost-effective image management and workflow optimization solution, pr read more