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Apple Releases Updates for iPhones, iPads, Apple Watch, HomePod, tvOS, and Macbooks

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first_img– Advertisement – The watchOS 7.1 update adds support for ECG on Apple Watch Series 4 or later in the Republic of Korea and Russia. These regions also get support for irregular heart rhythm notifications. It fixes an issue with the Apple Watch not being able to unlock the Mac. watchOS 7.1 also brings the notification for when the audio level may be getting too high.With HomePod and tvOS software update 14.2, users can now pair two HomePods on an Apple TV to get stereo and surround sound with Dolby Atmos. There are several bug fixes as well.Lastly, macOS Catalina 10.15.7 supplemental update has been released. It brings a host of security updates including a memory corruption issue (CVE-2020-27930), a type confusion issue (CVE-2020-27932), and a memory initialization issue (CVE-2020-27950).- Advertisement – iOS 12.4.9 brings important security updates to older iPhone models. This is for the iPhone 5s, iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, iPad Air, iPad mini 2 and 3, and iPod touch (6th generation)iPhone 12 Pro, iPhone 12 Pro Max, iPad Pro 12.9-inch (4th generation), and iPad Pro 11-inch’s (2nd generation) magnifier can now detect people nearby and the LiDAR sensor can show their distance. Support for iPhone 12 Leather Sleeve with MagSafe has been added as well.Additionally, iPadOS 14.2 brings Auto FPS and Scene Detection in the Camera app for better video and photo quality. There are several bug fixes as well including a Camera viewfinder bug which made it appear black when launched, Lock Screen keyboard missing touches, issues with Photos widget, and many more.- Advertisement – Apple has released software updates for its iPhones and iPads, smartwatch, HomePod, tvOS, and laptops. iPhones get iOS 14.2 and older models have received iOS 12.4.9. Apple Watch models have got watchOS 7.1, HomePod and tvOS get software version 14.2, and macOS gets Catalina 10.15.7 supplemental update. There are a lot of improvements and big fixes in the iOS updates while watchOS 7.1 brings ECG functionality to additional regions, along with other features. The HomePod update brings enhanced home theatre support along with various bug fixes.The iOS and iPadOS updates are available for iPhone 6s and later, iPod touch 7th generation, iPad Air 2 and later, and iPad mini 4 and later. iOS 14.2 brings more than 100 new emoji, eight new wallpapers in both light and dark versions, notifications for headphone audio level that shows alerts when the volume could impact hearing. Additionally, there are new AirPlay controls, intercom support with HomePod and HomePod mini, and users can now connect HomePod to Apple TV 4K to get stereo, Dolby Atmos audio, and surround sound.- Advertisement – Are iPhone 12 mini, HomePod mini the Perfect Apple Devices for India? We discussed this on Orbital, our weekly technology podcast, which you can subscribe to via Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or RSS, download the episode, or just hit the play button below.last_img read more

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Vietnam inks $348-M Japan loan to build 6 patrol vessels

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first_imgHANOI – Vietnam on Tuesday signed an agreement with the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) to borrow 36.63 billion yen ($348.2 million) to build six patrol vessels, state media reported, amid rising tensions in the South China Sea. The 40-year loan has a grace period of 10 years, Tuesday’s report said, adding that the vessels would be built by a Japanese contractor. (Reuters) Vietnam and other Asian states have for years been locked in maritime disputes in the South China Sea. China claims 90% of the potentially energy-rich waters but Brunei, Malaysia, the Philippines, Taiwan, and Vietnam also lay claim to parts. The vessels are “aimed at strengthening law enforcement and maritime rescue operations, ensuring security, maritime safety and freedom of navigation in Vietnam,” said the newspaper.center_img To boost the country’s maritime capability, Vietnam has signed an agreement with the Japan International Cooperation Agency to borrow 36.63 billion yen ($348.2 million) to build six patrol vessels. The vessels, to be delivered to the Vietnam coast guard by October 2025, would boost the country’s maritime capability, Nhan Dan newspaper reported. It did not provide details of the vessels to be built.last_img read more

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Joe Allen gets the point for Liverpool with last-minute leveller against Arsenal

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first_imgSubstitute Joe Allen was Liverpool’s unexpected saviour with an added-time equaliser – just when Arsenal appeared to have sent a significant message in the title race. With Manchester City held to a goalless draw at home to Everton, Arsene Wenger’s side seemed to be underlining their title credentials having twice come from behind to lead 3-2. But Allen, on the pitch for just eight minutes, denied them victory by volleying home at the far post. Giroud’s second, in the 55th minute, came after more flat-footed defending allowed the France international the time to spin and fire inside the far post. Per Mertesacker blocked one dangerous Adam Lallana shot but Benteke’s introduction did not give Arsenal too many problems – to the extent Klopp sent on newly-signed centre-back Steven Caulker for a debut up front alongside the Belgian for the final five minutes. However, if the intention was to go long ball it escaped Allen, one of the smallest men in Liverpool’s side, as he popped up at the far post to convert Henderson’s cross. TWEET OF THE MATCH “Cracking game of football that. Seems nobody wants to take the PL title by the scruff of the neck. #LFCvAFC” – Joey Barton wonders what’s going to happen in the title race after Arsenal throw away a late lead to draw at Anfield. PLAYER RATINGS Liverpool Simon Mignolet: 4 Nathaniel Clyne: 5 Kolo Toure: 6 Mamadou Sakho: 5 Alberto Moreno: 5 Jordan Henderson: 6 Emre Can: 5 James Milner: 7 Jordon Ibe: 6 Roberto Firmino: 7 Adam Lallana: 7 Substitutes Christian Benteke (on for Milner, 66): 4 Steven Caulker (on for Lallana, 88): 5 Joe Allen (on for Can, 82): 7 Arsenal Petr Cech: 7 Hector Bellerin: 7 Laurent Koscielny: 7 Per Mertesacker: 7 Nacho Monreal: 7 Aaron Ramsey: 7 Mathieu Flamini: 6 Joel Campbell: 7 Mesut Ozil: 6 Theo Walcott: 6 Olivier Giroud: 7 Substitutes Kieran Gibbs (on for Walcott, 76): 6 Mikel Arteta (on for Ozil, 87): 5 Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (on for Campbell, 75): 5 STAR MAN Olivier Giroud – Took both his goals well, could have had more had he not fluffed one in front of the Kop and gave Liverpool’s defence a continual problem. MOMENT OF THE MATCH Joe Allen’s stoppage-time equaliser, producing a timely run to meet Jordan Henderson’s cross at the far post when it appeared the game was lost. VIEW FROM THE BENCH Jurgen Klopp altered his tactics to chase the game late on, throwing centre-back Steven Caulker on for his debut as a centre-forward and while that plan did not pay off his bold ploy did bring some reward. Arsene Wenger will have disappointed not to have closed out the game having fought so hard to turn it around. MOAN OF THE MATCH Liverpool’s defending at crosses in general, Simon Mignolet’s propensity to be beaten at his near-post specifically. WHO’S UP NEXT? Liverpool v Manchester United (Premier League, Sunday January 17) Stoke v Arsenal (Premier League, Sunday January 17) Olivier Giroud looked to have won it for the visitors with two goals to take his tally to 12 in the league with two goals – after Ramsey had scored their first equaliser – to match a brace from Roberto Firmino. Liverpool’s starting line-up had managed just four league goals between them and that was synonymous with their difficulties this season with just 22 in their opening 20 league matches – so there was no suggestion this would be a goal-fest. But Jurgen Klopp’s preference of Firmino over Christian Benteke, his side’s top goalscorer with seven, was justified as the Brazil international revelled in his false nine role. His 10th-minute opener, turning to fire home a rebound after Petr Cech parried Emre Can’s shot, for his first Anfield goal since arriving from Hoffenheim in the summer, was the signal for a manic 16 minutes in which four goals of varying quality were scored. Liverpool’s lead lasted just four minutes as Joel Campbell’s through-ball allowed Ramsey to beat Simon Mignolet at his near post after Mamadou Sakho had lost his position after a clash of heads with Giroud. The Belgium goalkeeper is on the verge of signing a new five-year contract, but h is near-post fallibility – allied to a weakness at set-pieces – was his undoing again for Arsenal’s second equaliser. Giroud deflected in Ramsey’s corner, conceded by Sakho heading out from under his own crossbar after Ramsey’s lob had beaten Mignolet. That was after Firmino had put the hosts ahead again with a brilliant strike, shifting the ball onto his right foot from a pass from Jordan Henderson – making his first appearance of 2016 having been sidelined with a recurrence of his chronic heel problem – before curling it into the top corner. Both sides could have scored more before the interval – Mignolet redeemed himself slightly with a bizarre scorpion-type kick while laid on the floor to deny Giroud’s bungled effort when faced with an open goal, before Ramsey failed to connect with a far-post corner and Firmino clipped the bar with a volley. Press Associationlast_img read more

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Health Dept Confirms Some Labs Were Not Reporting Negative Tests

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first_imgThe Florida Department of Health confirmed Wednesday that some private labs were not reporting negative COVID-19 test results to them, as required by the state.That ended up leading to 100 percent positivity rates being reported for those labs.Department of Health spokeswoman Olga Connor told Miami television station WPLG in an email that public and private labs are required to report all of their COVID-19 test results to the state, regardless of whether the tests are positive or negative. “In recent days, the Florida Department of Health noticed that some smaller, private labs weren’t reporting negative test result data to the state,” Connor wrote. “The Department immediately began working with those labs to ensure that all results were being reported in order to provide comprehensive and transparent data.”She went on to say that the Department of Health will continue to educate labs “on the proper protocol for reporting COVID-19 test results.”So far, state health officials have not disclosed how many labs reported incomplete data.last_img read more

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Housing Learning Event Scheduled For Thursday March 7

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first_imgFacebook0Tweet0Pin0 Submitted by South Sound Habitat For HumanityOlympia, WA — The Thurston County Asset Building Coalition will present Housing First: A Shared Learning Event, on the topic of rapid re-housing on Thursday, March 7, from 10 AM to 12 PM, at the First United Methodist Church of Olympia (1224 Legion Way SE). The event is open to all local service providers, policy makers, advocates, and other community members with an interest in issues of housing and homelessness.The event will feature presentations by Curt Andino, Executive Director of South Puget Sound Habitat for Humanity, and Phil Owen, Program Director of Sidewalk, and will include a moderated discussion of best practices in the field of rapid re-housing.Rapid re-housing is a set of strategies designed to help families move out of homelessness and into permanent housing as quickly as possible. The strategies often include help with housing searches and landlord mediation, short-term and flexible rental assistance, and transitional case management.The Thurston County Asset Building Coalition is comprised of leadership from human and social services, financial institutions, micro-enterprise, workforce development, and  economic and community development agencies. The Coalition has forged partnerships to assist in building individual’s assets and improving quality of life throughout our community. Members of the Thurston County Asset Building Coalition work together to assist people with low incomes to have the tools they need to become prosperous. The Asset Building Coalition coordinates service providers to identify and fill gaps and strengthen our ability to help people in our community to gain access to services they need.For more information about this event, please contact the event coordinator at addie@spshabitat.org, or 360-956-3456 ext. 4.last_img read more

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