CBS News appoints new leader for evening newscast

first_imgNEW YORK, N.Y. – CBS News has appointed Mosheh Oinounou (WAH-noo-noo) as the top behind-the-scenes executive at the “CBS Evening News,” where Jeff Glor recently took over as the anchor.Oinounou replaces Steve Capus as the show’s executive producer. CBS News President David Rhodes said Capus, a former NBC News president who has been the show’s executive producer for the past four years, will be staying at CBS in a role yet to be defined.CBS says Oinounou will be looking for digital extensions to the nightly newscast. He was part of the leadership team for the CBSN streaming service.The “CBS Evening News” generally draws about 7 million viewers a night, placing it third in the ratings to newscasts at ABC and NBC.last_img

Morocco 240000 students to Benefit From Free Medical Coverage

Rabat – Soumia Benkhaldoun, Minister Delegate to the Minister of Higher Education, Scientific Research and Executive Training, said that 240,000 students will benefit from a Government-sponsored medical coverage that is due to take effect starting the next academic year (2015-2016).In an interview with Maghreb Arab Press (MAP), the Minister pointed out that 240,000 university students out of 900,000 will benefit from the compulsory medical coverage which will be entirely financed by the government.The new procedure will cost 120 million Dirhams from the state budget, the Minister said. Benkhaldoun added that work is underway to come with a list of students who are eligible to benefit from the medical coverage, saying that this category will have special cards that will allow them to benefit from the medical coverage.First, only university students will benefit from the medical coverage then later it will include students from institutions of higher education and students from vocational training institutions.The operation will be managed by the Caisse Nationale Des Organismes de Prévoyance Sociale (CNOPS) and it is due to take effect starting the next academic year (2015-2016). read more

Top UN official deplores murder of Filipino broadcaster

Martin Roxas, a 32-year-old radio broadcaster and programme director of dyKR-Radio Mindanao Network (RMN), was murdered on 7 August.He had just finished his show, Targetanay sa Ugto (“Targeting at Noon”), and was on his way home when he was shot by a gunman on a motorcycle. “The perpetrators of such crimes are undermining the fundamental human right of freedom of expression, which is a cornerstone of democracy,” said UNESCO Director-General Koïchiro Matsuura. “I trust the Philippines authorities will spare no effort in tracking the murderers of Mr. Roxas and bringing them to trial,” he added.According to the Manila-based Center for Media Freedom and Responsibility (CMFR), Mr. Roxas – who had been investigating irregularity in local government – was the fourth journalist killed this year in the country. 19 August 2008The head of the United Nations agency tasked with defending freedom of expression and press freedom has condemned the murder of a radio broadcaster who was shot dead on his way home in Roxas City, in the Philippines. read more

NFF raises concerns over National security

He claimed that the new political culture introduced by the Government has resulted in opposition voices in Parliament being silenced. (Colombo Gazette) The National Freedom Front (NFF), a coalition partner of the United People’s Freedom Alliance (UPFA), today raised concerns over the state of National security.NFF spokesman Mohammed Muzammil claimed that the appointment of Tamil National Alliance (TNA) leader R. Sampanthan as the opposition leader, removing the Omanthai security post and releasing of several former LTTE cadres was a threat to National security. He also accused President Maithripala Sirisena of giving key posts in Parliament to those who supported him at the last Presidential election. Muzammil said that Sirisena had supported Ranil Wickremesinghe to be Prime Minister, Sampanthan to be opposition leader and JVP leader Anura Kumara Dissanayake to be chief opposition whip since they had supported him during the “silent revolution” in January. read more

UN agency agrees to establish worlds first aviation climate deal

FILE – In this Jan. 23, 2015 file photo, airplane contrails are reflected in a building as they cross the early morning sky above Pennsylvania Ave. in Washington. The United Nations’ aviation arm has ratified an agreement to control global warming emissions from international airline flights. It is the first climate-change pact to set limits on a single, global industry. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster, File) UN agency agrees to establish world’s first aviation climate deal by Ross Marowits, The Canadian Press Posted Oct 6, 2016 3:25 pm MDT Last Updated Oct 6, 2016 at 4:06 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email MONTREAL – The world’s first climate deal aimed at reducing global greenhouse gas emissions from international air travel was overwhelmingly approved Thursday by a United Nations aviation agency.Delegates to the International Civil Aviation Organization general assembly in Montreal approved the creation of a new global market-based measure to control carbon dioxide emissions from international aviation. Its aim is for aviation to become carbon neutral after 2020 and to halve net emissions by 2050 compared to 2005.Some 64 of ICAO’s 191 member countries, including Canada, China and the United States, agreed to voluntarily participate in the program between 2021 and 2026 until it becomes mandatory, with exemptions for small, undeveloped countries with little international aviation.Transport Minister Marc Garneau welcomed the deal, saying Canada played a leadership role, working for months behind the scenes to bring as many countries on board as possible.“This is an historic agreement,” Garneau told reporters in Ottawa. “It sets the scene for further improvements with respect to all other emissions that were agreed to at the Paris conference.”Countries accounting for 84 per cent of international airline traffic will participate in the voluntary system, said ICAO. Garneau said he expects that will increase to more than 90 per cent as of 2027.Even though international flights will continue to increase, they will be carbon neutral by offsetting their additional emissions, Garneau added.ICAO Secretary-General Fang Liu told the general assembly that the program is a “balanced, pragmatic and very positive development.”“It will serve as an important new tool to complement the emissions reduction progress already being achieved in air transport,” she said, referring to improved aircraft technology, operational measures at airports and expanded use of sustainable alternative fuels.Aviation accounts for two per cent of harmful greenhouse gas carbon emissions. However, pressure is mounting, with the amount of travel by air forecasted to double by 2030 with more than six-billion passengers.International aviation was excluded from the Paris climate change agreement reached last year by nearly 200 countries, including Canada.Heading into last week’s start of the ICAO general assembly, several large developing countries, including India, Russia, Brazil and China voiced concerns.Carbon offsets are expected to cost the airline industry between about US$9 billion and US$25 billion a year by 2035, largely depending on the cost of carbon. In the worst-case scenario, the costs represent about one per cent of airline revenues. Airlines spent US$181 billion on fuel last year.Each airline will determine, based on its cost structure, how much of this will be passed on to passengers. But Garneau said ticket prices could rise by up to 1.5 per cent.The association representing international airlines said years of effort has resulted in an effective solution for airlines to manage their carbon footprint.“This agreement ensures that the aviation industry’s economic and social contributions are matched with cutting-edge efforts on sustainability,” said Alexandre de Juniac, director general of the International Air Transport Association.A last minute change to the aviation emissions agreement stripped out language that would have aligned the agreement with the goal of keeping global warming below a two degree rise.“This deal was the world’s first opportunity to test whether the new Paris Agreement would change the way we do business and rally the world toward its new goals. Yet just hours after celebrating the Paris Agreement’s early entry into force, countries at ICAO are sending mixed signals about their ambition to reduce emissions by weakening the link between the aviation mechanism and the long-term goals set in Paris,” said Lou Leonard, the World Wildlife fund’s senior vice-president for climate and energy.— with files from The Associated PressFollow @RossMarowits on Twitter. read more

Step aside Garth Brooks heres Gerry Adams singing If Tomorrow Never Comes

first_img Source: Zara King/Twitter WE’VE HEARD IT all now.Gerry Adams singing Garth Brooks. GERRY ADAMS SINGING GARTH BROOKS. Finally, someone is illustrating Gerry Adams’ tweets>‘It’s a privilege’: Adams told there’ll be no changes to how the Dáil regulates the Dáil bar> Source:’t play the clip? Try here.Adams sang the few lines to Newstalk 106-108 journalist Zara King earlier today. She’s the brave soldier helping him out with the lyrics. Just been serenaded by @GerryAdamsSF who’s sang #GarthBrooks If tomorrow never comes. #randomtweet— Zara King (@ZaraKing) July 5, 2014last_img

Grotte de Lascaux une visite officielle mal perçue

first_imgGrotte de Lascaux : une visite officielle mal perçuePérigord, France – À l’occasion des 70 ans écoulés depuis sa découverte, la grotte de Lascaux a reçu dimanche 12 septembre la visite du président de la République, de son épouse et du ministre de la Culture. Un geste qui ne rassure pas forcément les spécialistes, inquiets de la lente détérioration du site par un champignon.Évoquant “la fraîcheur, la grâce, le charme, le mystère qui émanent de ce sanctuaire”, Nicolas Sarkozy ne s’est pas ému des pancartes brandies par quelques citoyens au sortir de sa visite de la véritable grotte de Lascaux (Dordogne). Celle-ci, découverte fortuitement par des adolescents en 1940, est en effet fermée au public depuis 1963 pour éviter la propagation des algues vertes qui commençaient alors à en contaminer les parois. Les manifestants présents sur le site évoquaient ainsi un “privilège”. À lire aussiL’Homme préhistorique aurait-il inventé le dessin animé ?Malgré cette (presque) absence de visiteurs, qui doivent se contenter de la reproduction Lascaux II installée en 1983, le site original souffre depuis l’an 2000 de la présence d’un nouveau parasite – un champignon – qui tache de blanc et de noir les précieuses peintures rupestres, créées il y a 17 à 18.000 ans par l’homme de Cro-Magnon. Laurence Léauté-Beasley, directrice du comité international pour la préservation de Lascaux à Oakland (Californie, États-Unis), précise que la cause du mal reste inconnue. Elle déplore que les “sauveteurs” de la grotte, lors de la première contamination de 1963, ne soient pas consultés par le conseil scientifique du site, pourtant inscrit au patrimoine mondial de l’Humanité par l’Unesco. Le 13 septembre 2010 à 12:51 • Emmanuel Perrinlast_img read more

Néandertal a til disparu à cause de son incapacité à chasser le

first_imgNéandertal a t-il disparu à cause de son incapacité à chasser le lapin ?Selon certains scientifiques, la disparition des Hommes de Néandertal pourrait notamment être imputée à leur incapacité à chasser le petit gibier, tel que le lapin. La disparition de nos lointains cousins les hommes de Néandertal fait l’objet d’un vif débat parmi les scientifiques qui peinent encore à en définir la cause exacte. D’après eux, plusieurs facteurs auraient pu précipiter ces hommes vers leur fin, mais des chercheurs viennent d’identifier un coupable plutôt inattendu : le lapin !En effet, John Fa et son équipe du Durrel Wildlife Conservation Trust à Jersey, ont fouillé trois sites archéologiques du sud de la France et d’Espagne. C’est ainsi qu’ils ont découvert que jusqu’à il y a 30.000 ans, les Hommes de Néandertal et les Hommes de Cro-Magnon se nourrissaient de gros gibiers, comme en attestent les restes de cerfs qu’ils ont retrouvés. Ils ont également constaté que par la suite, pour une raison inconnue, les petits gibiers comme le lapin sont devenus plus fréquents que les gros.Sachant que les Hommes de Néandertal ont disparu il y a environ 25 000 ans, les scientifiques ont alors fait le lien. Selon John Fa, ceux-ci n’auraient pas été capables d’attraper de petits animaux. Peinant à se nourrir, ils auraient donc fini par s’éteindre. Les Hommes de Cro-Magnon, eux, se seraient mieux adaptés en réussissant à piéger les animaux à l’aide du feu ou de chiens, explique le New Scientist. Une hypothèse qui reste à confirmer À lire aussiMaladie de Charcot : symptômes, causes, traitement, où en est on ?Néanmoins, il faudra attendre de nouvelles résultats pour confirmer ou non cette hypothèse. D’après les chercheurs, analyser les isotopes des os des hommes préhistoriques pourrait permettrait d’en apprendre plus sur leur alimentation et donc de savoir s’ils arrivaient à se nourrir de petites gibiers. En attendant, cette hypothèse s’ajoute aux nombreuses autres qui ont déjà été étudiées pour expliquer la disparition des Néandertaliens parmi lesquelles un changement climatique ou une “guerre” contre nos ancêtres. Reste que l’hypothèse de John Fa est loin de convaincre tout le monde et notamment pas Bruce Hardy, du Kenyon College de Gambier dans l’Ohio. Selon lui, Fa a poussé l’interprétation un peu trop loin : les humains ont peut-être mangé plus de lapins que Néandertal mais comme il le souligne, il n’a jamais été dit que ces derniers ne mangeaient que de la viande. Etant omnivore, Néandertal aurait donc pu se nourrir d’autres aliments en absence de gibier.  Le 7 mars 2013 à 11:25 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

18 Stars revealed at Hotel Tourisms Awards Gala

first_img Luxury events for Chicago’s leading travel and media professionals hosted by #TeamTCI Turks and Caicos invited to the World Gourmet Summit in Singapore Related Items:star awards, TCHTA Recommended for you Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 29 Feb 2016 – What a time was had by the hotel and tourism ambassadors of the country during the 8th Annual Star awards last night held at the Tropicanna Show and Supper Club. There were 18 winners from the various resorts and allied members of the Turks and Caicos Hotel and Tourism Association who staged the event where scores of nominees were fielded. Winners included Villa Del Mar as Hotel of the Year; Housekeeper of the Year & Fan Favorite, from Beaches Resort – Elliot Talbot; Junior Bishop also from Beaches won Bartender of the Year; Grace Bay Club’s, Godfrey Williams earned Ambassador of the Year; Edwin Gallardo of Seven at Seven Stars is Chef of the Year; Tiersa Hall (say of the Hartling Group got Shining Star; it was a tie for Restaurant of the Year – Hemingways at the Sands and Lotus of Parrot Cay and Entertainer of the Year winner was named as Barbara Johnson. Stephen Wilson, QC at Graham Thompson and Co co-hosted with Magnetic Media’s Deandrea Hamilton, where sponsors included KPMG who processed winners, Gilley’s Enterprises, RBC Royal Bank, the Do it Center, LIME, Kishco/Kostco, FedEx, FortisTCI, ScotiaBank and InterCaribbean Airways who gave round trip vacations in the raffle including hotel to the Bahamas, Puerto Rico and British Virgin Islands. More winners, more highlights, more sponsors of the Star Awards next time. TCI: Hard work happens each day, says new President of TC Hotel and Tourism Association; Strategic Action Plan unveiledlast_img read more

ASA Responds to FDA Call for Trans Fat Labeling

first_imgOn the announcement that the United States Food & Drug Administration (FDA) will require by January 2006, the labeling of trans fat content in packaged foods, the American Soybean Association (ASA), a trade group representing 26,000 U.S. soybean farmers, is advising consumers and food companies not to substitute saturated fats for trans fats, which are produced when vegetable oil is partially hydrogenated.”Our biggest concern is that oils higher in saturated fat may be substituted by some companies who wish to remove trans fat content from their products,” said ASA President Dwain Ford, a soybean producer from Kinmundy, Ill. “However, it is important to remember that trans fats are a small part of the diet compared to saturated fats, so consumers would not be well served if saturated fats replaced limited trans fats. Additionally, if companies want to totally avoid trans fats, there are alternative processing methods available.”Soybean oil is the world’s leading vegetable oil and represents more than 80 percent of all the edible oil consumed in the United States. Soy oil and soyfoods in and of themselves do not contain any trans fats. Vegetable oils are hydrogenated in order to make them more solid and useful for certain food industry applications such as frying and baking. Trans fats also occur naturally in meat and dairy products, accounting for about one-fifth of the trans fat in our diets.Instead of partially hydrogenating soy oil, food companies may be able to meet some of their specific needs by using a process called interesterification that rearranges the oil’s fat molecules without adding hydrogen molecules, producing a product with few trans fatty acids. These alternative ways to process soy oil may slightly increase the cost of the finished product, but soy oil is relatively inexpensive and produces a healthy product that’s low in saturated fat.”Limiting fat intake is one element of a healthy diet,” said Professor Barbara Klein, Director of the Illinois Center for Soy Foods at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. “It’s important to understand that trans fats are a very small part of the diet compared to saturated fats. Trans fats contribute about 2 to 3 percent of total calories. This is relatively small when compared with saturated fat, which represents 12 percent of total calories.”Hydrogenated vegetable oils were first introduced into processed foods and food service applications to meet the American public’s demand to replace the saturated fat found in lard, beef tallow, and tropical oils like those made from palm and coconut oils.While oil that is hydrogenated will contain trans fat, liquid, non-hydrogenated soybean oil, such as that used for salad dressing and mayonnaise, does not contain any trans fat. Soybean oil also offers one of the few non-fish sources rich in omega-3 fatty acids essential for various body functions.”Hydrogenated oils contribute desirable characteristics in foods without providing dietary cholesterol or high levels of saturated fat, which we know are harmful for the heart,” said Professor Klein. “Consumers are encouraged to limit their intake of both saturated and trans fats as part of a healthy diet.””Research funded by the soybean producer checkoff is developing new varieties of soybeans with improved functional and nutritional benefits,” Ford said. “Two such varieties are already being grown in the United States.”One of these new varieties is a soybean that is even lower in saturated fat than traditional soybeans. With just one gram of saturated fat per 14-gram serving, zero saturated fat product label levels can be reached in formulations for salad oil blends, sauces, salad dressings and other applications.The other relatively new soybean variety is called low linolenic. These soybeans produce oil that has half the linolenic acid level of commodity soybean oil, thus reducing the need for hydrogenation. In some instances, low linolenic soybean oil can be used to replace hydrogenated oils completely.These new soybean varieties are now being grown in limited quantities, however, production is expected to increase in the next four to five years as genetics continue to improve crop yields.”Now that trans fat content will be listed on food packaging, it’s even more important for consumers to remember that healthy eating is about reducing total fat, eating lots of fruits and vegetables, and eating heart-healthy products,” Professor Klein said.In November 1998, FDA approved a petition to allow health claim labels on products containing soybean protein stating that soy protein in a healthy diet reduces serum cholesterol and may reduce the chance of heart disease.last_img read more

Missing Portland tourist found dead on Oahu

first_imgHONOLULU — An Oregon tourist who vanished on Oahu has been found dead.The Honolulu Medical Examiner’s office has identified the body of a woman found along the Waianae coastline on Monday as Ivanice “Ivy” Harris.Her body was found on the west side of Oahu.Hawaii NewsNow reports that the medical examiner says the cause and manner of death are pending further investigation.Honolulu police said last weekend that Harris was last seen Thursday talking to a man outside a bar in Waikiki.She traveled to Hawaii from Portland with friends to celebrate her 29th birthday, which was Saturday.last_img

5th victim of Santa Monica shooting dies

first_imgSANTA MONICA, Calif. — A woman who was critically wounded in last week’s Santa Monica shooting rampage died Sunday, bringing the total number of victims killed by the gunman to five.Marcela Franco, 26, died of her injuries at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, according to Santa Monica College spokeswoman Tricia Ramos.Franco had been a passenger in a Ford Explorer driven by her father, campus groundskeeper Carlos Navarro Franco, 68, who also was killed in Friday’s attack.Investigators trying to determine why the gunman planned the shooting spree were focusing on a deadly act of domestic violence that touched off the mayhem.The heavily armed man’s attack against his own family at their home led to the violence in Santa Monica streets, lasting just a matter of minutes until he was shot to death in a chaotic scene at the college library by police.Investigators were looking at family connections to find a motive because the killer’s father and brother were the first victims, an official briefed on the probe who requested anonymity because he wasn’t authorized to speak publicly told The Associated Press.last_img read more

Alaska National Guard hopes to increase number of Alaska Native soldiers

first_imgMembers of 1st Battalion, 207th Aviation Regiment, Alaska Army National Guard, conduct hoist training near Knik and Colony Glaciers. (Photo by Capt. Amy B. Slinker, Alaska Army National Guard / Flickr)The Alaska National Guard is trying to recruit more Alaska Native soldiers.Listen nowColonel Wayne Don was in Kodiak last week along with other members of the National Guard in order to reach out to locals.The National Guard says it already has an armory and 17 soldiers in Kodiak, but they’re working towards a number of Alaska Native participants that are more representative of the state population.Don says about 8 and a half percent of the entire Army Guard and 3 to 4 percent in the Air Guard is Alaska Native.“Over a period of time, since the end of the Cold War, the participation of Alaska Natives has diminished and, with that, a lot of the able-bodied young men who would otherwise provide assistance during local emergencies and state emergencies,” Don said. “So, we lack a presence out in some of our communities there.”Don says the Rural Guard Initiative, which they established a few years ago, is focused on bringing in Alaska Native soldiers, especially to the Army Guard.“As is going on in the rest of the country, there are entrance barriers for a lot of young men and women in terms of medical and academic or entrance scores, and so with our initiative, we’re able to waive some of those initial entry requirements to increase the number of participants,” Don said.Don says, ideally, they’d like soldiers stationed in every community, but they just don’t have enough qualified people to serve yet. He says they hope to build to at least 50 members in these first few years.last_img read more

Cop wins gold medal in Triathlon event

first_imgVisakhapatnam: P Krishna, PC 1494 (civil) from the city has won gold medal in Triathlon event in 18th World Police and Fire Games held at Chengdu, the capital of China Sichuan province, between August 8 and 18. There were 70 nations that took part in the games. Krishna joined as a police constable in Visakhapatnam city in the year 2009 and presently working at Bheemunipatnam traffic police station. Earlier, he had bagged several medals in various events and brought laurels to the police department at national and international levels. The Commissioner of Police, Visakhapatnam city and other officers congratulated him on his success.last_img

Fire at Chiranjeevis Sye Raa sets Was it accident or deliberate act

first_imgSye Raa Narasimha ReddyTwitterThe buzz in the media is that a fire which recently damaged sets of Chiranjeevi’s Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy worth Rs 2 crore was not an accident but a deliberate act to claim the insurance money.The makers of Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy had erected a special set for the shooting of its last schedule at a farmhouse of megastar Chiranjeevi on the outskirts of Hyderabad. But the set was damaged in the fire allegedly caused by a short circuit. However, rumours are doing the rounds that it was not an accidental fire.”Generally, filmmakers who insure their massive sets don’t like to dismantle it, so after the shooting is complete, they deliberately do something to make it look like an accident in order to claim the insurance money. The fire on Chiranjeevi’s set is definitely not an accident,” Deccan Chronicle quoted a source as saying.Rumour mills are abuzz with the news that people from the unit of Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy deliberately lit the fire and they were probably looking to claim insurance money. Insurance officials also have the same doubt. “Even officials have expressed their doubts about this ‘accident’. They are discounting the short circuit theory and feel that somebody from the unit did it,” the source added. Pictures of Giant sets worth 2 crores of Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy gutted in a massive fire accidentScreenshots of Twitter videoSoon after the fire broke out, the makers had claimed that they were to shoot for Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy for a couple of days more. But the source revealed that they were not planning any more shoot on this set. What is more interesting is that Chiranjeevi is now holidaying with his family at a hill station.Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy is one of the most awaited Telugu movies. This period movie, which is based on the life of freedom fighter Uyyalawada Narasimha Reddy from Rayalaseema, was initially scheduled for release in theatres during Sankranti. But it has been postponed uncertainly due to the delay in production. It is expected to hit the screens during Diwali.Megastar Chiranjeevi is playing the title role in Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy, which is directed by Surender Reddy and produced by Ram Charan on Konidela Production Company. The historical war film features Sudeep, Vijay Sethupathi, Jagapati Babu, Nayanthara, Tamannaah, and Brahmaji in important roles.last_img read more

Show Your Love of Attack on Titan With This Awesome Jewelry Line

first_img The Best Anime On HuluThis Might Be Attack On Titan’s Goriest Moment Of The Series So Far Stay on target Love Attack on Titan? Love jewelry? If you’re trying to save some money currently, you might want to have someone hide your wallet, because there’s a brand new line of official Attack on Titan jewelry coming. And it’s not garish costume jewelry if that’s something you’re concerned with. This is very wearable jewelry with gorgeous options and amazing packaging.The collection is a collaboration between Attack on Titan and jewelry maker Material Crown, spawning three pieces of jewelry including rings and a silver band. Two of the rings include the wings of the series’ Scout Corps that characters Eren and Levi are a part of. Eren’s band gets small green gems, and it’s reminiscent of the character.Levi’s ring, which was created in homage to the extremely popular character, features blue stones and a gorgeous silver band. If you’re Team Levi, this would make a great addition to your jewelry collection. Also, there’s a necklace modeled after the same one Eren’s father gives him at the beginning of the series — the one that’s hiding a secret we’re still waiting to figure out.You can preorder all of the items right now via the Premium Bandai site, with the rings costing $110 apiece and the necklace costing $140. Make sure you make your move quickly, however, because statement pieces like this usually move fast, especially when they’re based on popular franchises like this one. If you don’t jump on the ones you want, you might be destined to comb eBay to see the ones people decided to let go.These are gorgeous pieces that anyone interested in Attack on Titan will be interested in, especially with the debut of the second season this month. If you haven’t been keeping up, you should at the very least check out this jewelry collection to get inspired again!View as: One Page Slides1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.last_img read more

PS4 Slim release date and price will be revealed this week

first_imgSony has done a terrible job of keeping the PlayStation 4 slim console a secret. Unboxing videos have appeared which Sony swiftly got taken down. While at the same time they refused to confirm the existence of new hardware. It’s silly. But we’ve now reached a point where Sony is finally happy to confirm a new console is being announced this week.That confirmation comes via the PlayStation Korea website with a translation provided through Twitter. On September 8, Sony will confirm the PS4 Slim release date and price for Korea. As the PlayStation Meeting event is happening on September 7 in New York, it seems likely the US and European release date and pricing will be revealed that day.From the unboxing videos we’ve seen, the packaging of this new PS4 console doesn’t actually use the word Slim in the name. It’s just a PlayStation 4, suggesting the slim edition is set to replace the current fat console completely on store shelves possibly even before we reach Christmas.The much thinner console retains the removable hard drive and should be a match in performance to the PS4 it is replacing. However, Sony carries out these redesigns for a purpose: they save money by lowering manufacturing and shipping costs. So we should expect a lower price point and then further price drops next year.More performance will be offered whenever Sony chooses to announce the PS4 Neo. That may also happen this week, but it seems more likely to be a 2017 reveal. Microsoft made the mistake of revealing the Xbox Scorpio over a year before release and putting Xbox One sales in doubt going forward. I suspect Sony won’t be making that mistake with Neo.last_img read more

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