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  • An investigation into Chelsea's recruitment of youth players has been launched, FIFA has revealed. The Premier League champions were subject to sanctions from the world governing body previously concerning Gael Kakuta's transfer from Lens in 2007, which were subsequently appealed successfuly to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS). "We can confirm that an investigation is ongoing, however please note that we cannot provide any details concerning the matters under investigation. We have no further comment," a FIFA statement said. In January 2016, Press Association Sport discovered Burkina Faso international Bertrand Traore played for Chelsea's under-18s side when aged 16, which was an apparent breach of FIFA regulations. However, governing body FIFA stressed when contacted by Press Association Sport on Wednesday, they would not confirm which specific transfers were part of the current on-going investigation.Traore could not establish himself as part of the seni..

    FIFA launches investigation into Chelsea’s recruitment of youth players

    An investigation into Chelsea's recruitment of youth players has been launched, FIFA has revealed. The Premier League champions were subject to sanctions from the world governing body previously concerning Gael Kakuta's transfer from Lens in 2007, which were subsequently appealed successfuly to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS). "We can confirm that an investigation is ongoing, however please note that we cannot provide any details concerning the matters under investigation. We have no further comment," a FIFA statement said. In January 2016, Press Association Sport discovered Burkina Faso international Bertrand Traore played for Chelsea's under-18s side when aged 16, which was an apparent breach of FIFA regulations. However, governing body FIFA stressed when contacted by Press Association Sport on Wednesday, they would not confirm which specific transfers were part of the current on-going investigation.Traore could not establish himself as part of the seni..
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  • Netgear on Tuesday launched two new routers in the Orbi series - the RBK30 and RBK40 Orbi Tri-band Wi-Fi Systems - for small to mid-sized homes in India. The Orbi series started with the RBK50 and introduced a new design language. The new RBK30 and RBK40 start at Rs. 20,000 and Rs. 26,000, respectively, and will be available on Amazon India from the Diwali season.The Orbi RBK30 and RBK40 follow a similar design but are smaller and less powerful in terms of coverage area compared to the Orbi RBK50. Netgear says it is introducing new form factors for Orbi to provide customers with more choice of style and flexibility of Wi-Fi placement. The Orbi RBK30 has a smaller range of 3,500 square feet compared to the Orbi RBK40 that can cover an area of up to 4,000 square feet. Both the Orbi Tri-band Wi-Fi Systems include an AC2200 router and wall-plug satellite for wider coverage area.Additionally, the new Orbi Systems support 802.11ac AC2200 Wi-Fi speeds up to 2.2Gbps, supporting simultaneous ..

    Netgear Launches Orbi Tri-band Wi-Fi Systems for Small to Mid-Sized Homes in India: Price, Specifications

    Netgear on Tuesday launched two new routers in the Orbi series - the RBK30 and RBK40 Orbi Tri-band Wi-Fi Systems - for small to mid-sized homes in India. The Orbi series started with the RBK50 and introduced a new design language. The new RBK30 and RBK40 start at Rs. 20,000 and Rs. 26,000, respectively, and will be available on Amazon India from the Diwali season.The Orbi RBK30 and RBK40 follow a similar design but are smaller and less powerful in terms of coverage area compared to the Orbi RBK50. Netgear says it is introducing new form factors for Orbi to provide customers with more choice of style and flexibility of Wi-Fi placement. The Orbi RBK30 has a smaller range of 3,500 square feet compared to the Orbi RBK40 that can cover an area of up to 4,000 square feet. Both the Orbi Tri-band Wi-Fi Systems include an AC2200 router and wall-plug satellite for wider coverage area.Additionally, the new Orbi Systems support 802.11ac AC2200 Wi-Fi speeds up to 2.2Gbps, supporting simultaneous ..
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  • Netgear on Tuesday launched two new routers in the Orbi series - the RBK30 and RBK40 Orbi Tri-band Wi-Fi Systems - for small to mid-sized homes in India. The Orbi series started with the RBK50 and introduced a new design language. The new RBK30 and RBK40 start at Rs. 20,000 and Rs. 26,000, respectively, and will be available on Amazon India from the Diwali season.The Orbi RBK30 and RBK40 follow a similar design but are smaller and less powerful in terms of coverage area compared to the Orbi RBK50. Netgear says it is introducing new form factors for Orbi to provide customers with more choice of style and flexibility of Wi-Fi placement. The Orbi RBK30 has a smaller range of 3,500 square feet compared to the Orbi RBK40 that can cover an area of up to 4,000 square feet. Both the Orbi Tri-band Wi-Fi Systems include an AC2200 router and wall-plug satellite for wider coverage area.Additionally, the new Orbi Systems support 802.11ac AC2200 Wi-Fi speeds up to 2.2Gbps, supporting simultaneous ..

    Neatgear Launches Orbi Tri-band Wi-Fi Systems for Small to Mid-Sized Homes in India: Price, Specifications

    Netgear on Tuesday launched two new routers in the Orbi series - the RBK30 and RBK40 Orbi Tri-band Wi-Fi Systems - for small to mid-sized homes in India. The Orbi series started with the RBK50 and introduced a new design language. The new RBK30 and RBK40 start at Rs. 20,000 and Rs. 26,000, respectively, and will be available on Amazon India from the Diwali season.The Orbi RBK30 and RBK40 follow a similar design but are smaller and less powerful in terms of coverage area compared to the Orbi RBK50. Netgear says it is introducing new form factors for Orbi to provide customers with more choice of style and flexibility of Wi-Fi placement. The Orbi RBK30 has a smaller range of 3,500 square feet compared to the Orbi RBK40 that can cover an area of up to 4,000 square feet. Both the Orbi Tri-band Wi-Fi Systems include an AC2200 router and wall-plug satellite for wider coverage area.Additionally, the new Orbi Systems support 802.11ac AC2200 Wi-Fi speeds up to 2.2Gbps, supporting simultaneous ..
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  • Toyota is a very conservative automaker. We've said that the brand is the purveyor of the beigemobile, but that's not a bad thing if you consider your car to be an appliance. It's important that we not forget Toyota's deep roots in motorsports, as it continues to bring its name to the track time and time again. As a homage to its ongoing commitment to enthusiasts, Toyota announced a new performance sub-brand: GR.This announcement doesn't come as a surprise, as some have predicted the move based on Toyota's actions over the last few months. The acronym might sound familiar to those who enjoy motorsports, as the brand scavenged the name from another existing division within Toyota, Gazoo Racing.The approach to GR starts broadly, to customize the brand's entire lineup and eventually tighten up to tailor very specific models from the factory with OEM performance parts. The company itself describes the divisional approach like a pyramid and will be prici..

    Toyota Launches New Performance Sub-Brand, GR

    Toyota is a very conservative automaker. We've said that the brand is the purveyor of the beigemobile, but that's not a bad thing if you consider your car to be an appliance. It's important that we not forget Toyota's deep roots in motorsports, as it continues to bring its name to the track time and time again. As a homage to its ongoing commitment to enthusiasts, Toyota announced a new performance sub-brand: GR.This announcement doesn't come as a surprise, as some have predicted the move based on Toyota's actions over the last few months. The acronym might sound familiar to those who enjoy motorsports, as the brand scavenged the name from another existing division within Toyota, Gazoo Racing.The approach to GR starts broadly, to customize the brand's entire lineup and eventually tighten up to tailor very specific models from the factory with OEM performance parts. The company itself describes the divisional approach like a pyramid and will be prici..
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  • Xiaomi is launching a new variant of the Mi Max 2 in India soon, aiming to please mid-range buyers. After launching the Mi Max 2 with 4GB + 64GB configuration at Rs. 16,999 in July, the company will now be coming out with a 4GB + 32GB option that is priced at Rs. 14,999, but will have an introductory price tag of Rs. 12,999. The new variant will go on sale starting September 20 at 12pm on Amazon India, Mi.com and Mi Home, the company confirms.To recall, the dual-SIM (Micro+Nano) Xiaomi Mi Max 2 runs MIUI 8 based on Android 7.1.1 Nougat. It sports a 6.44-inch full-HD (1080x1920 pixels) display and is powered by a 2GHz octa-core Snapdragon 625 SoC coupled with 4GB of RAM and Adreno 506 GPU. In our review of the handset, we found the overall performance to be smooth despite a now dated Snapdragon 625 SoC.Presenting Mi Max 2 4GB+32GB at an intro price of ₹12,999! Sale starts 20/09 exclusively on @amazonIN, https://t.co/nVqFSYMyzY & Mi Home pic.twitter.com/6rC5hoNq7H— Mi India (@XiaomiIn..

    Xiaomi Mi Max 2 Gets 32GB Storage Variant, Launches Wednesday: Price, Specifications

    Xiaomi is launching a new variant of the Mi Max 2 in India soon, aiming to please mid-range buyers. After launching the Mi Max 2 with 4GB + 64GB configuration at Rs. 16,999 in July, the company will now be coming out with a 4GB + 32GB option that is priced at Rs. 14,999, but will have an introductory price tag of Rs. 12,999. The new variant will go on sale starting September 20 at 12pm on Amazon India, Mi.com and Mi Home, the company confirms.To recall, the dual-SIM (Micro+Nano) Xiaomi Mi Max 2 runs MIUI 8 based on Android 7.1.1 Nougat. It sports a 6.44-inch full-HD (1080x1920 pixels) display and is powered by a 2GHz octa-core Snapdragon 625 SoC coupled with 4GB of RAM and Adreno 506 GPU. In our review of the handset, we found the overall performance to be smooth despite a now dated Snapdragon 625 SoC.Presenting Mi Max 2 4GB+32GB at an intro price of ₹12,999! Sale starts 20/09 exclusively on @amazonIN, https://t.co/nVqFSYMyzY & Mi Home pic.twitter.com/6rC5hoNq7H— Mi India (@XiaomiIn..
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  • PETROBRAS: Company Formally Launches Fertilizer Units Sale Brazil's Petrobras launched the sale offer of its fertilizer units Arauc?ria Nitrogenados SA (Ansa) and UFN-III. The transaction is part of Petrobras' strategy to exit the fertilizer production, as announced by the company in its 2017-2021 Business and Management Plan. The construction of the UFN-III was interrupted in December 2014, with about 80% of the physical structure completed, but with the asset transfer to a future buyer the works in the project may be resumed, the oil company said in a statement.

    PETROBRAS: Company Formally Launches Fertilizer Units Sale

    PETROBRAS: Company Formally Launches Fertilizer Units Sale Brazil's Petrobras launched the sale offer of its fertilizer units Arauc?ria Nitrogenados SA (Ansa) and UFN-III. The transaction is part of Petrobras' strategy to exit the fertilizer production, as announced by the company in its 2017-2021 Business and Management Plan. The construction of the UFN-III was interrupted in December 2014, with about 80% of the physical structure completed, but with the asset transfer to a future buyer the works in the project may be resumed, the oil company said in a statement.
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  • ARGENTINA: Gov't Launches Program To Increase Business Exports The Argentinean government launched the PotenciAR, a business program aimed to support medium-sized companies to internationalize their operations, increase their exports and develop technologies. "We have only six Argentine multinationals among the top 100, according to the ranking of the international magazine Am?rica Econom?a, we want to multiply that number," said Production Minister Francisco Cabrera in remarks to launch the program. The plan offers tools to support the development and internationalization programs tailored to each company. Regarding financial support, the companies will have credits at a subsidized rate of the Investment and Foreign Trade Bank (BICE) of up to 200 million pesos for Production Investment, Pre and Post Financing Export and Working Capital. Also, there will be Non-Reintegrable Contributions (ANR) for up to 7 million pesos per company.

    ARGENTINA: Gov't Launches Program To Increase Business Exports

    ARGENTINA: Gov't Launches Program To Increase Business Exports The Argentinean government launched the PotenciAR, a business program aimed to support medium-sized companies to internationalize their operations, increase their exports and develop technologies. "We have only six Argentine multinationals among the top 100, according to the ranking of the international magazine Am?rica Econom?a, we want to multiply that number," said Production Minister Francisco Cabrera in remarks to launch the program. The plan offers tools to support the development and internationalization programs tailored to each company. Regarding financial support, the companies will have credits at a subsidized rate of the Investment and Foreign Trade Bank (BICE) of up to 200 million pesos for Production Investment, Pre and Post Financing Export and Working Capital. Also, there will be Non-Reintegrable Contributions (ANR) for up to 7 million pesos per company.
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  • With the iPhone 8, Apple is about to make a drastic change in the way we interact with its software on mobile. The company's brand new product is said to finally bid adieu to the beloved Home button, which calls for new ways to navigate around iOS. According to a recent report, sources familiar with the gadget say that the iPhone 8 will introduce new gesture controls for tasks like going to the home screen and opening multitasking view.The display panel is also said to be of the OLED type, it will have a longer power button on the right, and on this software front, it is said to have an iPad-style dock, as seen in iOS 11. The iPhone 8 screen is also said to be flat and will not have curved edges like Samsung's 2017 flagship offering. It isn't a long wait now before all will be revealed next month, likely on September 12.Lenovo K8 Plus India launch date confirmedEven before Lenovo launched the K8 Note (Review), another variant called the K8 Plus was spotted on a benchm..

    iPhone 8 UI Features Leaked, Lenovo K8 Plus India Launch Date, IFA 2017 Launches, and More: Your 360 Daily

    With the iPhone 8, Apple is about to make a drastic change in the way we interact with its software on mobile. The company's brand new product is said to finally bid adieu to the beloved Home button, which calls for new ways to navigate around iOS. According to a recent report, sources familiar with the gadget say that the iPhone 8 will introduce new gesture controls for tasks like going to the home screen and opening multitasking view.The display panel is also said to be of the OLED type, it will have a longer power button on the right, and on this software front, it is said to have an iPad-style dock, as seen in iOS 11. The iPhone 8 screen is also said to be flat and will not have curved edges like Samsung's 2017 flagship offering. It isn't a long wait now before all will be revealed next month, likely on September 12.Lenovo K8 Plus India launch date confirmedEven before Lenovo launched the K8 Note (Review), another variant called the K8 Plus was spotted on a benchm..
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  • Yuneec is a drone manufacturer we don't often get to write about. They've largely relegated themselves to basic selfie drones or the admittedly impressive Typhoon series (check out our video review and our Yuneec mention on the 'Best of 2017' list), but it seems that the Ontario-based company is ready to take a leap into a more sophisticated, commercial arena with their new H520 model. How does this unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) stand out from previous models or those of competing companies?According to Engadget, the H520 is a six-rotor drone aimed at the corporate sector. Think infrastructure inspection, recording proper 4K video footage of a defect at an altitude of a few hundred feet, or inspecting crowds efficiently to increase public safety precautions. This UAV is bright orange in appearance, clearly demarcating itself as a tool for public good, rather than a gadget with concern for fashion. There's a retractable landing gear, several cameras (one of whi..

    DJI Competitor Yuneec Launches Its First Commercial Drone

    Yuneec is a drone manufacturer we don't often get to write about. They've largely relegated themselves to basic selfie drones or the admittedly impressive Typhoon series (check out our video review and our Yuneec mention on the 'Best of 2017' list), but it seems that the Ontario-based company is ready to take a leap into a more sophisticated, commercial arena with their new H520 model. How does this unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) stand out from previous models or those of competing companies?According to Engadget, the H520 is a six-rotor drone aimed at the corporate sector. Think infrastructure inspection, recording proper 4K video footage of a defect at an altitude of a few hundred feet, or inspecting crowds efficiently to increase public safety precautions. This UAV is bright orange in appearance, clearly demarcating itself as a tool for public good, rather than a gadget with concern for fashion. There's a retractable landing gear, several cameras (one of whi..
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  • DJI seems to be working tirelessly on assuaging any and all privacy, security and quality concerns when it comes to their drone software. According to Monday's press release, the Chinese drone manufacturer has launched a "bug bounty program for external researchers to better aid our efforts to improve our products." Essentially, DJI is outsourcing quality assurance work in order to more rapidly and efficiently locate any flaws in their products. This seemingly desperate move may seem unnecessary to some, unaware of DJI's history. But with proper context, it's clear the company is determined to eliminate all potential threats as quickly as possible.Most recently, DJI officially announced an offline-mode for their unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) - a decision which came on the heels of the Pentagon banning all DJI-related equipment from U.S. Military use, due to cyber-vulnerability concerns. The Shenzhen-based company was allegedly caught off guard by the Pentagon's f..

    DJI Launches ‘Bug Bounty Program’ to Incentivize Researchers

    DJI seems to be working tirelessly on assuaging any and all privacy, security and quality concerns when it comes to their drone software. According to Monday's press release, the Chinese drone manufacturer has launched a "bug bounty program for external researchers to better aid our efforts to improve our products." Essentially, DJI is outsourcing quality assurance work in order to more rapidly and efficiently locate any flaws in their products. This seemingly desperate move may seem unnecessary to some, unaware of DJI's history. But with proper context, it's clear the company is determined to eliminate all potential threats as quickly as possible.Most recently, DJI officially announced an offline-mode for their unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) - a decision which came on the heels of the Pentagon banning all DJI-related equipment from U.S. Military use, due to cyber-vulnerability concerns. The Shenzhen-based company was allegedly caught off guard by the Pentagon's f..
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