No communication on H1B visa cap from US says Commerce ministry

first_imgNew Delhi: The commerce ministry has not received any communication from the US on its reported decision to consider caps on H-1B work visa for nations that mandate storing of data locally, sources said. India had last year mandated payment firms to store customer data exclusively in the country without creating a mirror sites overseas. Some US firms are opposed to this as it would require them to make additional investment. Irked by such requirements, the US is considering restrictions on H-1B visa that allow foreign professionals to work in that country, a report said.last_img read more


first_img Facebook Login/Register With: Advertisement Advertisement Advertisement Twitter The screenings are in support of The Stop Community Food Centre and guests are asked to bring dried beans, rice or cash.Free festive favouritesLove ActuallyCry along to Joni Mitchell as Emma Thompson gets her heart broken. Bring tissues.When: Friday, December 14, 8:45 pmPrice: FreeWhite ChristmasAn oldie, but a goodie. Watch as a successful song-and-dance duo and a sister act celebrate Christmas in Vermont while trying to save a failing inn along the way.When: Saturday, December 15, 11 amPrice: FreeA Christmas StorySet in the 1940s, this comical tale follows Ralphie, a nine-year-old obsessed with the Red Ryder BB gun and the mischief he gets into leading up to Christmas.When: Sunday, December 16, 4 pmPrice: FreeNational Lampoon’s Christmas VacationNo matter how bad you think you’re own family is, you ain’t got nothing on the Griswolds. Perspective people.When: Monday, December 17, 8:45 pmPrice: FreeIt’s a Wonderful LifeThe beloved tale of a family man learning to look at his life in a whole new light on Christmas Eve, thanks to the help of angel trying to earn his wings.When: Saturday, December 22, 10:30 amPrice: FreeTicketed ClassicsDie HardTake a visit to Nakatomi Plaza this Christmas with a quote-along complete with festive drink specials and a hilarious pre-show hosted by funnyman Thomas Rivas. Yippee ki yay…When: Saturday, December 15, 9 pmPrice: $16 for non-membersHome AloneThis epic quote-along featuring classic McCallister shenanigans with subtitles so that you can shout out your favourite lines, scream with Kevin and boo Uncle Frank.When: Sunday, December 23, 9:30 pm (doors at 8:30 pm)Price: $13 for non-membersThe Big LebowskiWhile this isn’t technically a Christmas movie, Hot Docs is hosting its seventh annual Dude’s New Year’s event featuring The Big Lebowski.  The Dude, Walter, Donny and the gang are back for another round of White Russians, Creedence and unforgettable hijinks at our New Year’s party.When: December 31, 9:30 pmPrice: $22, includes screening, one drink, popcorn and party favoursHot Docs CinemaAddress: 506 Bloor Street West, TorontoPhone: 416.637.3123 LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment In the lead up to Christmas, do you watch the same holiday movies every year?Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema in The Annex is into the annual ritual and is screening a number of holiday classics on the big screen starting on Friday, December 14.While there are a number of totally FREE movies to check out, there are also a few ticketed screenings for blockbuster hits like Die Hard, Home Alone and The Big Lebowski. last_img read more

Manitoba First Nations to regain control of southern childwelfare organization

first_img(Family Services Minister Kerri Irvin-Ross)The Canadian PressWINNIPEG – An announcement was expected as early as Tuesday on a new seven-person board of First Nations people who will regain control of a southern Manitoba child-welfare organization. The Manitoba government was also expected to cancel its order appointing an administrator to run the Southern Authority, which oversees 10 frontline agencies and about 4,500 children in care. The authority has been under provincial control for more than three years, sparked by a dispute between Manitoba’s top chiefs and the organization over whether chiefs could sit on its board. The matter was before a court in the fall of 2012 when the board fell below levels allowed by legislation, forcing the province to step in and take over. No chiefs will sit on the new board but have vetted its members, who include an education expert, a former senior child-welfare official and two former band councillors. The new board was to meet Tuesday with the Southern Authority’s new acting CEO, Tara Petti. The provincial takeover essentially stripped First Nations of any direct authority over child welfare, a key element of devolution, which was meant to hand over responsibility of child-welfare programs to Indigenous people. Many First Nations leaders, including current Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs Grand Chief Derek Nepinak, have argued that democratically elected band chiefs ought to have some say in the running of a key public service on their reserve. Others, including senior child welfare officials, worried chiefs might be prone to interfere in specific cases for political gain. “To me that was a really sad day, that we got to that point,” said Family Services Minister Kerri Irvin-Ross of the province’s takeover. Southern Grand Chief Terry Nelson said he hopes the new board pushes to keep far more children on reserve rather than sending them to Winnipeg or other cities for foster care. He expressed skepticism of a child-welfare system that was imposed on First Nations people, even under the guise of devolution. “This is an interim step,” said Nelson of the Southern Authority’s new board. “But legitimizing someone else’s system isn’t the way to go.” The province took over the Northern Authority more than a year ago, saying it wasn’t keeping proper track of children in care and wasn’t moving quickly enough on key recommendations from the Phoenix Sinclair inquiry. Irvin-Ross said she hopes the northern organization comes out of administration this spring. She said the province is finalizing a memo with northern chiefs that will outline the steps the authority must follow in order to be transferred back to a First Nations board.last_img read more

Movie theatres around US to show live English soccer games on big

NEW YORK, N.Y. – Movie theatres around the U.S. will show live English soccer games on their big screens on Saturday mornings.The simulcasts will start with the opening of the Premier League season Aug. 16. Thirty-three theatres in California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Kansas, Massachusetts, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Texas, Virginia and Washington are currently scheduled to take part.The deal was announced Wednesday by Fathom Events and NBC Sports Group, which broadcasts the Premier League in the U.S. by The Associated Press Posted Jul 23, 2014 10:37 am MDT Movie theatres around US to show live English soccer games on big screens on Saturday mornings AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email read more

Heap leach breakthrough in lithiumboron extraction at Rhyolite Ridge project in the

first_imgAustralian-based lithium/boron developer Global Geoscience Ltd (GSC) reports that extensive acid-leach test work at its 100%-owned Rhyolite Ridge lithium-boron project in Nevada, has shown that lithium and boron can be readily extracted by simple heap leach processing with high recoveries.“This is an exceptional result and a very significant breakthrough as we are not aware of any other lithium deposit where heap leach processing has been successfully demonstrated. Rhyolite Ridge’s unique combination of minerals and low clay content is the key to efficiently recovering lithium and boron via heap leaching,” explained GSC Managing Director Bernard Rowe.In an industry first, GSC has successfully demonstrated heap leach processing of Rhyolite Ridge lithium-boron mineralisation by achieving lithium and boron recoveries of 88-92%Rapid leach times at ambient temperature with moderate acid consumption ratesHeap leach processing provides substantially lower operating and capital costs compared to other forms of acid-leach processing as grinding, flotation, filtration and leach tanks are not requiredGlobal’s Rhyolite Ridge is believed to be the only known lithium deposit in the world that has been demonstrated to be amenable to simple heap leach processing, reinforcing it as a credible alternative to spodumene and brine deposits as a major, low-cost and long-term source of lithiumFurther metallurgy and mining studies are in progress, with engineering studies about to commence. All are part of the company’s Rhyolite Ridge PFS.The project lies 25 km west of Albermarle’s Silver Peak lithium mine and 340 km from the Tesla Gigafactory near Reno.Lithium-boron mineralisation is hosted within two sedimentary basins located 4 km apart: South Basin (9 km²) and North Basin (20 km²). The minerals in the host rocks are dominated by the searlesite (boron-bearing), sepiolite (lithium-bearing), K-feldspar, calcite and dolomite.At South Basin, high-grade lithium-boron mineralisation occurs in 20 to 50 m thick, sub-horizontal sedimentary layers. The upper-most layer is 20 to 30 m thick and outcrops along the western margin of South Basin over a strike length of approximately 3 km.Drilling at South Basin has defined an Indicated and Inferred Resource of 460 Mt at 0.9% Li2CO3 and 2.6% H3BO3), containing 4.1 Mt of lithium carbonate and 11.9 Mt of boric acid. The Resource is open in most directions and is likely to increase in size with additional drilling.The Mineral Resource includes a high-grade lithium-boron zone of 137 Mt at 0.9% Li2CO3 and 7.2% H3BO3, with 75% in the Indicated category.last_img read more

iPhone 4 la distribution détuis a commencé

first_imgiPhone 4 : la distribution d’étuis a commencéÉtats-Unis – Apple tente de rattraper l’anomalie concernant l’antenne de son iPhone 4. La firme américaine a déjà annoncé aux acheteurs sur Apple Store en ligne, qu’ils pouvaient venir chercher leur étuis censés corriger les problèmes de réception.Apple commence à régler à sa façon les problèmes de réception de l’iPhone 4. Pour permettre aux clients d’obtenir une réception optimale, comme promise, la firme à la pomme distribue gratuitement des étuis aux possesseurs du smartphone afin de corriger ce défaut.Le géant américain a commencé par les clients qui ont acheté leur iPhone 4 sur Apple Store en ligne. Un mail les invite à venir chercher leur housse en magasin. Ces derniers peuvent même se faire rembourser intégralement leur appareil jusqu’au 30 septembre prochain. Cette opération de rachat auprès de la clientèle devrait coûter quelque 175 millions de dollars Apple.Le 26 juillet 2010 à 11:31 • Emmanuel Perrinlast_img read more

Driver detained in Spain train derailment death toll lowered to 78

first_imgLONDON — The driver of the train that derailed in northwest Spain, which killed or injured more than 200 people, has been formally detained and will be questioned by authorities, Spanish police said Friday.Francisco Jose Garzon Amo is in the hospital recovering from injuries sustained in the wreck, said Jaime Iglesias, head of Spain’s National Police in the region of Galicia. Once doctors give the go-ahead, investigators are expected to quiz Garzon Amo about the circumstances surrounding the accident, Iglesias told reporters.Spain’s Interior Ministry, which had put the death toll at 80, revised that figure downward slightly Friday to 78 as coroner’s officials strove to identify the remains of bodies badly mutilated in Wednesday’s disaster. Several other passengers remain in critical condition, and the number of fatalities could yet rise.Authorities are eager to hear Garzon Amo’s account of why the train appeared to be traveling at what some passengers described as extremely high speed as it rounded a curve near the town of Santiago de Compostela. Footage from a security camera showed the train hurtling around the bend, then jumping clear of the tracks and smashing into a wall.The Associated Press reported that the speed limit on that stretch of track was about 50 mph but that analysis of the video suggested the train was barreling along at more than twice that speed. Authorities are expected to analyze the data stored in the train’s “black box” to determine details of the train’s operation in the moments leading up to the derailment.last_img read more

Vehicle catches fire on southbound Turnpike near Bird Road

first_imgMIAMI (WSVN) – A vehicle caught fire in the southbound lanes of the Florida Turnpike.Miami-Dade Fire Rescue firefighters were called to the scene near the Bird Road exit, around 10 a.m., Tuesday.Crews quickly put the flames out.The driver escaped from the vehicle without injuries, but the car was left a total loss.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img

BSE closes points 3384 up on Jan 8

first_imgNew Delhi, Jan 8 (ANI): Trading at the Bombay Stock Exchange today closed 33.84 points up to stand at 20,727.08. At the National Stock Exchange the Nifty closed 12.35 points up to stand at 6,174.60. Future Retail and Financial Tech were among the top gainers of Group A with an increase of 11.32% and 9.98% along with Syndicate Bank and Coromandel International Ltd. with an increase of 7.88% and 7.63% respectively, while the top losers of Group A include Mahindra & Mahindra Financial Services Ltd. and RAMCOCEM with a decrease of 3.72% and 3.43% along with Oberoi Realty and Essar Oil with a decrease of 3.03% and 2.84% at the close of the markets. The Auto sector is up 96.65 points at 12,161.47 while the banking sector is up 15.65 points at 12,623.97 and the realty sector is down 8.51 points at 1,399.54. The Indian currency is up 0.30% at Rs 62.11 per dollar.last_img read more

Maruti Suzuki post Rs1225 crore profit for Q2 Axis Bank net up

first_imgPassenger car major Maruti Suzuki India Ltd. on Tuesday said it has posted a net profit of Rs.1,225.56 crore for the second quarter of FY 2015-16.In a regulatory filing with the BSE, the company said it posted a net profit of Rs.1,225.56 crore for the quarter ended September 30, 2015 as compared to Rs.862,54 crore for the quarter ended September 30, 2014.The company’s total income during the period under review stood at Rs.14,070.85 crore up from Rs.12,497.03 crore for the quarter ended September 30, 2014.Maruti Suzuki sold 3,53,335 vehicles during the quarter under review logging a growth of 9.8 percent.Meanwhile, the company board also decided to amalgamate seven wholly owned subsidiaries involved in the business of insurance intermediation with Maruti Suzuki.According to the company, the rationale for amalgamation is to economise on administrative and managerial costs; better synergies across the group and optimum utilisation of resources.Axis Bank resultsPrivate sector Axis Bank on Tuesday said it closed the second quarter of the current fiscal with 19 percent growth in net profit.In a regulatory filing with BSE, Axis Bank said it had posted a net profit of Rs.1,915.64 crore for the quarter ended September 30, 2015 — up from Rs.1,610.71 crore posted during the corresponding period of the previous year.The bank’s total income increased to Rs.12,001 crore for the quarter ended September 30, 2015 from Rs.10,549.97 crore for the quarter ended September 30, 2014.last_img read more

The Senate Health Care Vote Simplified

first_imgJohn Holcroft/Getty Images/Ikon ImagesThe debate over health care overhaul continues in the Senate.The Senate is expected to vote Tuesday on whether to advance health care legislation to the Senate floor. That would open up debate on an Obamacare repeal and/or replacement plan.At a White House event Monday, President Trump highlighted what he called the “failures” of the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, and called on senators to pass a bill that both repeals and replaces the ACA. Last week, Trump urged an approach that would repeal the law over two years, giving lawmakers more time to craft new health care legislation. Several days later at a lunch with lawmakers, he advocated repeal and replace.But it’s still not clear what the Senate will be voting on. There are multiple bills in play.The Senate hopes it can muster the 51 votes needed to pass a bill, but some Republicans are wavering, both in the center and on the right.NPR’s health and politics teams have been doing our best to shed some light on what’s a very confusing situation, even by health policy standards.What are they voting on?There are at least four bills that could advance to the Senate floor. Here’s our summary, with a chart comparing House and Senate bills to the Affordable Care Act, and links to stories that dive into the implications of the legislation.Who wins? Who loses?We worked with NPR member station reporters and editors to create an interactive Q&A on how key elements of the bills would affect people in different states.What if the Senate parliamentarian says ‘nope’?Another potential wrinkle came up late Friday. Julie Rovner with Kaiser Health News reports that the Senate rule-keeper has advised that some key parts of some of the bills could need 60 votes to proceed. They include defunding Planned Parenthood and incentives to have people keep health insurance. Getting 60 votes would require Democratic support, which they won’t get.And if Obamacare remains the law of the land?For now, the Affordable Care Act is still the law, and insurers are trying to plan for next year. That’s proving to be difficult and might drive up costs for consumers.Congressional action could have an enormous impact on people’s health insurance. But the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has some wide berth in interpreting the law and could make a lot of changes without congressional action. Here are some key actions and regulations that could affect the exchanges and Medicaid (and more).Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit Sharelast_img read more

Indicted Texas Attorney General Has War Chest Worth 57M

first_imgEric Gay/APIn this July 29, 2015, file photo, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton speaks during a hearing in Austin, Texas.Indicted Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has a campaign war chest of $5.7-plus million as he seeks re-election.Paxton’s campaign announced Tuesday that the Republican raised nearly $775,000 through the end of 2017.Paxton faces no opposition in the GOP primary March 6 and is heavily favored in November’s general election.His Democratic opponent, Houston lawyer Justin Nelson, previously announced raising about $900,000 through the end of last year, including $500,000 in personal funds. A Democrat hasn’t won statewide office in Texas since 1994.Paxton has been indicted on securities fraud charges, accused of swindling wealthy investors before taking office in 2015. He’s pleaded not guilty.Paxton’s trial has been repeatedly delayed amid a separate legal fight over special prosecutors seeking $200,000-plus in pay for leading the case against him.Correction: The story was previously credit to Brien Straw but it’s from Associated Press.  Sharelast_img read more

3 Ways to Find a Profitable Mobile App Idea

first_img Ideas are cheap. Execution is not. Yet the journey of an appreneur begins with an idea that has the potential to generate profit and wealth in the long term.In search of an idea, you may look to the apps or app categories (such as on-demand) that already exist and build something similar in hopes of making it big, because those that you emulated have. But it doesn’t always work. Purely because there is a big gap between their motivation and yours. In this article, we will look at some of the ways that we teach at Appreneurship Academy to find a profitable mobile app idea. These are tried and tested and drawn from some of the most successful apps that you can find in the app store.Related: Answers to 6 Burning Questions From App Entrpreneurs 1. Look for problems.It’s true some of the most popular apps are a result of a problem being solved. Oftentimes it’s the problem that the founders themselves faced. Sometimes it’s the problem they discovered by observing the people around them, in a personal or professional setting.So here’s what you must do. Start observing how you go about things in your daily life. Observe other people too. See how they struggle with a task. See how you struggle with a task and whether there’s a better way to do it.Observe on a daily basis and try to note at least one problem each day. Slowly, as time progresses, you’ll start to get better at observing real world problems that don’t have a solid solution. That will be your cue to explore an app to help solve the problem.At the end of 30 days, filter them down to top three ideas. Do this exercise for another 30 days and again, filter down to just three ideas. Go for the one that gets you most excited, the one that gives you sleepless nights. That’s the one you must take the next step with.Your idea doesn’t always have to be a B2C solution. You can look for business problems, and solve those through a B2B app. Start by doing the exercise with your workplace in mind.Related: A Guide On How To Get New App Ideas2. Exploit your skill sets.What skill sets do you have that can be leveraged to scale into a big business? Here’s an example to set your thinking in motion. Mobile phones helped Rachel Charlupski scale her babysitting business into a network that now includes more than 1,500 babysitters. When she started out, Charlupski was a solo babysitter in Phoenix offering services to hotels guests to make extra money.This is what you must do in order to discover your skill sets that can be scaled, if you don’t already have an epiphany. List your top five skills, strengths and interests. Write down five business ideas for each of those skills, strengths and interests.For instance, if one of your skills is writing, write down 5 possible business ideas – agency providing writing services, on demand app for writers and people that want to hire them, etc.Again, look for the one that excites the most and has little or no competition in the market. This market can be just your city or state. Don’t think too big on day one.3. Find apps with downloads but no updates.So far, we discussed how looking inwards can help you get to a profitable mobile app idea. Now, I’m going to show you a strategy to find an app idea by looking outwards.Search for apps in the app stores that aren’t getting updated anymore. To find these forgotten apps, use Google Play or the App Store search to see the rankings for the most updated and popular apps in the category or area of your interest — fitness, social networking, productivity, etc.Ignore the first three to four pages of search results where the most successful ones show up. These are the ones with maximum downloads and regular updates. Instead, start on page five, looking for apps that haven’t received an update in the last year, but still get downloaded. The appreneur gave them up!Related: Is Apple Going to Delete Your App? Here’s How You Can Save It.You now have the option to revive them — and know you’ll have paying customers as there already is market validation for the app. Go through the app in detail, speak to existing and potential users, and make a better app for them. One of the ways to get started is to offer to buy the app that isn’t being updated anymore.Whatever your method of finding a profitable app idea, always bear in mind that the first idea doesn’t necessarily win. For the many popular or successful apps, it’s a result of many iterations or years of perseverance that helped. 5 min read Free Webinar | Sept 5: Tips and Tools for Making Progress Toward Important Goals Attend this free webinar and learn how you can maximize efficiency while getting the most critical things done right. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. January 5, 2017 Register Now »last_img read more

Protect Your Small Business From Cyber Attacks With These Free Tools

first_img Cyber crime damages are predicted to cost the world $6 trillion annually by 2021, up from $3 trillion in 2015, according to a report from my company, Cybersecurity Ventures. Nearly half of all cyber attacks are committed against small businesses.Related: 4 Vital Cybersecurity Measures Every Safety-Conscious Entrepreneur Needs to TakeConsidering the statistics, it’s not a question of if a small business will be hacked, but when. Small businesses don’t have big budgets for cybersecurity, but there’s a myriad of free tools they can use to protect themselves against digital intruders.Free email security protectionEmail theft is one of the most popular cyber crimes, and it exposes small business login IDs and passwords to hackers.The recent Equifax breach caused roughly 143 million U.S. consumers to have their email credentials and other information accessible to hackers. That equates to around 55 percent of Americans age 18 or older who have been affected. Last year’s Yahoo and LinkedIn hacks exposed hundreds of millions of user accounts to hackers.A large chunk of the email addresses that are stolen and sold as a result of these hacks belong to small businesses, and their employees. Stolen email addresses are for sale on the dark web, a part of the world wide web that requires special software to access. Cyber criminals buy and sell login IDs and passwords, Social Security numbers, credit card digits and other on darknet sites. If a small business has its email addresses accessible to hackers, the results can be devastating. It’s frightening to think of the confidential information that a cyber thief will find when browsing through inboxes, sent messages and folders.Related: The Equifax Data Breach Shows the Limitations of How Our Data is StoredBut, there’s free email protection that takes less than five minutes to set up.Practically every email app in use by small businesses — ranging from Microsoft’s Outlook to Gmail, Yahoo Mail and AOL Mail — has a feature called “Two-Step Verification” (a.k.a. “Multi-Step Verification”).In a nutshell, two-step verification means that in order to gain access to an email account, an extra step is required. After a user types in his login ID and password, he’s prompted to enter a secret code. The email app instantaneously sends the user a text message with a unique code. Then the user checks his phone for the code, and types it to proceed into his email account.Hackers hate two-step verification because it prevents them from accessing some of the stolen email accounts they buy. When prompted for a secret code, a hacker has no way of knowing what it is. And the real user is notified of the fraudulent login attempt.All small businesses should turn on two-step verification for their corporate email, and recommend to their employees for personal accounts. To encourage employee participation, an employer should point out the personal benefits to their employees (namely protecting their own confidential information).Surprisingly, most small-business owners and employees are either unfamiliar with two-step verification or they simply don’t bother to turn it on. There are easy-to-follow instructions for turning on two-step verification in Outlook, Gmail, Yahoo Mail and AOL Mail.Related: Is Your Business Prepared for a Cyber Attack? (Infographic)Free cybersecurity toolsGlobal spending on cybersecurity products and services is predicted to exceed $1 trillion cumulatively over the next five years, from 2017 to 2021, according to another report from Cybersecurity Ventures.The thought of spending money they don’t have scares off small-business owners when it comes to cybersecurity. They just deal with the fallout after they get hacked. But, cyber protection doesn’t have to break the bank. In fact, these 10 free tools cover some of the biggest cybersecurity risks and they don’t cost a dime:Avast Free Antivirus is award-winning free antivirus protection for PCs, Macs and Android devices.Free Mobile Security for Apple iPhones protects against phishing attacks and post-breach email leaks.Ransim is a free ransomware simulator tool that informs how vulnerable a network is against ransomware attacks.Browser Stored Password Discovery Tool helps find out where browser-stored passwords are being used before hackers can exploit them.Weak Password Finder is a fast, easy way to find weak employee passwords used for email, surfing the web, watching videos, listening to music and more.SiteCheck scanner is a free website malware and security scanner that quickly tests for malware, website blacklisting, spam injections and website defacements.SSL Server Test is a free online service that performs a deep analysis of the configuration of any SSL web server (hint: you have this if your website is accessible via “https://” — note the “s” at the end for secure) on the public internet.FreeScan accurately scans networks, servers, desktops or web apps for security vulnerabilities.ProtonMail offers free secure end-to-end encrypted email accounts with all user data protected by strict Swiss privacy laws.ZoneAlarm Free Firewall manages and monitors all incoming and outgoing traffic and shields users from hackers, malware and other online threats that put privacy at risk.Related: What Small Business Owners Need to Know About CybersecurityFree cybersecurity glossaryFor small-business owners and IT managers who want to bone up on cybersecurity, check out The A-Z List of Computer Threats from Sophos.If that’s not enough, Cybersecurity Ventures maintains a list of glossaries for looking up more advanced cybersecurity and cyber warfare terms.Related Video: A Genius Former Hacker Explains How to Keep Your Business Safe From Cyber Attacks Growing a business sometimes requires thinking outside the box. October 9, 2017 5 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Free Webinar | Sept. 9: The Entrepreneur’s Playbook for Going Global Register Now »last_img read more

Prime Day Special Canon EOS SL2 With Kit Lens and Dual Pixel

first_imgThe Canon EOS Rebel SL2 is a YouTube favorite camera if you’re on a budget. And right now, the camera is even cheaper if you buy it on Prime Day.DSLRs went from being photography-only gadgets to video making behemoths in the past few years and the tech is constantly improving on a daily basis. Right now, if you want to get hold of a decent DSLR, then you are going to be spending money north of $500. Thanks to Prime Day, the Canon EOS Rebel SL2 is seeing a steep discount, bringing the price down to just $384. What makes this deal special is that it includes the 18-55mm kit lens with the EF-S mount. And yes, this is an APS-C sensor camera meaning that you will be dealing with a certain amount of crop compared to full-frame.24.2 Megapixel CMOS (APS-C) sensorFast & accurate Dual pixel CMOS AF with phase-detectionVari-angle touch screen, 30-Inch LCDBuilt-in Wi-Fi, NFC and Bluetooth technologyFull HD 60P & external microphone input.Shutter Release:Soft-touch electromagnetic releaseThe great thing about this camera is that it’s absolutely brilliant for shooting video as it includes Canon’s legendary Dual Pixel autofocus technology, allowing you to keep track of your subject in real-time without having to press down on a dedicated AF button or the shutter button.If you’re aspiring to start a YouTube channel or maybe start a daily vlog then this camera will more than adequately handle those tasks. Remember to purchase a few extra batteries if you’re going to be shooting constantly with this beast.Buy Canon EOS Rebel SL2 DSLR Camera with EF-S 18-55mm STM Lens – WiFi Enabled, White – Was $600, now just $384 Share Tweet Submitlast_img read more

2016 – When the power finally goes out…

first_imgWebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite As we enter a new year, we have such great things to look forward to, especially when it comes to electricity… Please spend a few minutes of your time watching the “South Africa in 2o16” video at the end of this article.What will it be like in the year ahead when load-shedding strikes and you do not have candles and other useful tools on hand to light up the situation? The answer is “child’s play”!1) Did you know that an ordinary children’s crayon will burn for a staggering 30 minutes? 2) Did you know that braais do not need electricity? Of course you did…3) Important safety tip: Turn off all tools, appliances and electronic equipment… It could be very shocking if you do not!4) Be slow to reconnect stuff: Give the electrical system a chance to stabilise before reconnecting tools and appliances. The first time being slow is a good thing!5) And lastly, watch this video on what South Africa could be like if Eskom fails…last_img read more

Loadshedding is back again

first_imgEskom announced early this morning (Sunday) that load-shedding is now in effect in the country.The whole of the Acaciavale and Lenordsville areas has been switched off thus far. According to municipality technicians, the old roster will be in place. Residents should be prepared for electricity outages of at least 3 hours. Load-shedding will be in place for a week.They should come back on at 6pm. Then the next area will go down. At this stage we do not know which area will be next.Eskom appeals to homeowners to use electricity wisely, especially late in the afternoon when everybody is at home. WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsitelast_img read more

67 charities to support this Mandela Day

first_imgWanting to make a difference this Mandela Day, but don’t know where to start?Start here…Dolphin Coast1. St Philips HIV/AIDS Ministry And Outreach: 032-551 4884 / 083 743 33732. Rose Zwane Orphanage: 071 673 67283. Siphiwe Maphumula (Siphiwe Soup Kitchen): 071 673 67284. Bread For Life: 032-4853618 / 032-4861369 / 074 589 1459Supplied by North Coast Courier.South Coast5. Harmony Hill Animal Hotel’s Cat Cradle and Dog Rescue Haven: Penny Taylor, 082 719 0838.6. Themba Club (non-profit organisation for street children): Lynton at 082 8203616 or Trish at 082 562 1580.7. Sacred Heart Children’s Home: Sister Tholakele Cele at 083 4323178.8. Operation Bobbi Bear: 031 903 2424.9. Silindokuhle Creche & Pre-School: Grace at 0724041633 or 0786077574.10. CROW Centre for Rehabilitation of Wildlife: 031 462 112711. ThornHill House:  Sharon at 031 205 1351/2/3.Supplied by South Coast Sun, Southlands Sun and South Coast Herald.Durban12. La Lucia Baby House:   Justin Foxton at 082 354 183913. Domino Foundation: Mickey Wilkins at 082 457 503514. Ray of Hope Baby House: Rachel Uys at 031 563 8312 or 084 924 310015. Durban Children’s Home: 031 201 130116. St Thomas’ Children’s Home: 031 207 322317. St Martin’s Children’s Home: 031 201 312018. Natal Settlers’ Memorial Homes: 031 205 135119. Natal Society for the Blind: 031 202 727720. Highway Hospice: 031 208 611021. Tafta: 031 332 372122. St Giles Association for the Handicapped: 031 337 440423. Nazareth House: 031 261 220724. Salvation Army: 031 303 1812 (Montpelier),  031 202 2181 (Glenwood), 031 312 6360 (Thembela Home)25. Food for Life26. Wentworth Angels: Tracy at 082 300 092627. Feedy Needy: Rose at 031 825 3880Supplied by Northglen News, Berea Mail and Rising Sun Chatsworth. Zululand28. Do I Care Enough (DICE): 035 799 0501029. iZulu Orphans Project: 083 649 999030. Mzingazi Soup Kitchen: 083 872 338431. Lungelo Youth Development Project: 079 798 052832. Jehovah Jireh Sanctuary: 083 355 664733. Players for Christ: 083 608 310434. iNkosi Community Project: 035 798 192835. uMhlathuze Hindu Development Committee: 035 753 596236. The Agents of Change: 084 302 682337. Born Brave Foundation: 071 807 643538. Mqedi Community Centre: 035 786 051639. House of Grace: 072 588 732740. House of Shalom: 035 798 219341. iKhaya likaBaba: 035 772 455742. Reaching Out: 083 527 010443. uThungulu CANSA: 035 772 567744. SANCA Zululand: 035 772 329145. LifeLine Zululand: 035 789 247246. Amangwe Village: 035 580 450447. Empangeni SPCA: 035 792 9129Supplied by Zululand Observer.Northern KwaZulu-Natal48. Vryheid SAVF Old Age Home: 034 982 222049. Vryheid SPCA: 034 980 888850. Vryheid Child Welfare: 034 982 119751. CMD – Christelike Maatskaplike Dienste: 034 981 350952. Meals on Wheels Community services – Estcourt: 036 352 3874/540053. Estcourt and District SPCA:  Nelson Mabaso at 082 658 720054. Estcourt Hospice Association: 036 352 563455. Shepstone Place Home for the Aged: Debbie Potgieter at 036 352 2194156. Ladysmith Animal Anti Cruelty League57. IKaya Lethu Children’s Home58. Morester Kinderhuis59. Khulisa Midlands60. Newcastle SPCA: 034 3182346  or 072 337 034761. NKZN Cansa:  Estella at 079 256 7570 or Bruce at 071 483 961262. Nil Desperandum / ACP Newcastle: Elenor van der Westhuizen at 073 301 7715   – 034 315400363. Thembelihle Children’s Shelter: 034 315 1798 or 083 779 047664. Enhlahleni Care Centre, Sibongile:  Mrs Zulu at 073 23 72 4565. Crisis Centre, Dundee: Carol Bradely at 034 21 2546566. Sicel’ukukhanye Homebased Care Centre, Wasbank:  Sabelo Molefe at 072 516 426667. Siphuthando Care Centre, Glencoe:  Sesi Mthombeni: 034 21 25475Supplied by Ladysmith Gazette, Newcastle Advertiser, Estcourt News, Northern Natal Courier and Vryheid Herald. WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite last_img read more