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  1. Tracker Name : Global Sports Signup Link : Genre : Sports Closing Date : For limited time N/A Additional Information :
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  6. Scientists are investigating two new giant holes that have been discovered in Siberia. Experts are perplexed as to what may have caused the finds with speculation surrounding the phenomena ranging from craters caused by meteorites, stray missiles to explosions caused by methane or shale gas. The first was discovered two weeks ago. One of the new finds have been discovered near the village of Antipayuta, a little over 50 kilometers from the crater that first appeared in mid-July, and is about 15 metres in diameter. The second crater and hole has been spotted in the Taymyr peninsula. It has a perfectly formed cone and is said to be around 100 metres deep. Russia is using satellite technology to fix the moment the holes were formed. Soil and ice samples have been taken and sent to laboratories for studies. The Chief Scientist of the Earth Cryosphere Institute, Marina Leibman, told URA.RU website: “Undoubtedly, we need to study all such formations. It is necessary to be able to predict their occurrence. Each new funnel provides additional information for scientists.“ Copyright © 2014 euronews
  7. On day 23 of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, the Israeli media retracted reports of a possible ceasefire with Hamas – the militant group controlling Gaza – despite ongoing talks between both sides. The news came as the Israeli military stepped up its campaign in Gaza. At least 100 Palestinians were killed in attacks on July 29, according to local health officials. They say air strikes and tank shelling on four homes accounted for 26 of the deaths, which would take the number of Palestinian casualties in the three-week conflict to 1,190. Following a lull in fighting the weekend before, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced on July 28 that Israel was facing “a lengthy campaign”. The air strikes came in response to Hamas fighters entering Israel through a tunnel from Gaza. A gun fight ensued killing five of the state’s soldiers. Fifty three Israeli soldiers and three civilians have lost their lives since the fighting began. Israeli officials say the number could have been much higher if the state didn’t have the Iron Dome anti-missile defence system. PEACE GUYS :(
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  10. As if HTC's naming conventions for its flagships weren't already awkward enough it looks like it might now be launching a flagship Windows Phone handset with the same name as its Android one. More specifically we might soon be getting an 'HTC One M8 for Windows,' which is a bit of a mouthful. We first caught wind of this clunkily named number from @evleaks, which reported a little while ago that HTC was working on a Windows Phone handset complete with BoomSound and Duo cameras. That certainly sounds One M8-ish, but back then it was going by a 'HTC W8' code name, a name which we hope it returns to. It wasn't clear whether this would be a Windows Phone version of the One M8 or just a phone which inherits a few of its features, but since then sources for Engadget have claimed that it's called the 'One M8 for Windows' and that it will come with voice over LTE when it arrives on Verizon in the US, though that's a feature that we won't currently be able to make use of over in the UK. Will it really be the same? We've also heard from Tom Warren of The Verge that it will be a Windows Phone version of the HTC One M8. Aside from BoomSound and the Duo cameras it's still not clear how much of a replica it will be, but an HTC One M8 running Windows Phone would certainly be an exciting prospect. It's worth noting also that the impending update to Windows Phone 8.1 adds support for interactive cases, so we may also be in for a Windows Phone version of the Dot View case to accompany it. Engadget's tipster claims the phone will reach the US by the end of September at the latest, so we should know more soon. Fingers crossed for a UK release and a better name. If HTC does launch the One M8 on Windows Phone it might worry the Lumia 930.
  11. Updated: It's go time. Apple has just updated its Retina MacBook Pro lineup with a slight spec bump, bestowing faster Intel Haswell processors and a bit more RAM onto its laptops. The entry-level 13-inch now comes with a 2.6GHz dual-core Intel Core i5 processor (was 2.4GHz), 8GB of RAM as standard, Intel Iris graphics, and now for the cheaper price of £999 ($1,299/AU$1,599). Meanwhile the top-tier 13-inch model comes with a 2.8GHz dual-core Intel Core i5 processor, 8GB of RAM, and Intel Iris graphics also. As for the two 15-inch Pros, they both now offer 16GB of RAM and pack in Intel's Core i7 processor. The cheaper of the two is a 2.2GHz affair with Intel Iris Pro graphics, while the higher spec 15-incher (£1,999/$2,499/AU$2,999) boosts its processor to 2.5GHz and also adds Nvidia's GeForce GT 750M. Of course, we're expecting a more significant update to the Retina MacBook Pro line when Intel's next-gen Broadwell processors are available to use, though this might not happen until next year. You can go check out the new lineup over at the Apple Store right now. Original story below... If you happen to be reading this on your phone while stood in the line at the Apple Store, excitedly awaiting to swipe yourself a shiny new MacBook Pro - hold the phone! You might be better to wait out a little while longer. That's because Apple looks set to launch a refreshed line of 15-inch Retina MacBook Pros with speedier Haswell processors and 16GB of RAM across the range, or so says a photo that's supposedly come from its store in Chongqing, China (as posted to BBS Feng). The entry-level model comes with an Intel Core i7 2.2GHz processor (up from 2GHz) with 16GB of RAM (up from 8GB). The second comes with a 2.5GHz Intel Core i7, while the third packs in a 2.8GHz processor and 1TB of flash storage. As previously mentioned, both those also come with 16GB of RAM also. The first of the range comes with Intel's Iris Pro graphics, while the latter two pack both Iris and Nvidia's GeForce GT 750M. At least in China, Apple's keeping its price points the same, which means it might not be offering up a cheaper MacBook Air as it recently announced. No word on when we might see these, or even if they're legitimate, but it's not unlikely that Apple will give its line a refresh in time for Yosemite's full launch later this year. Via Macrumors
  12. Even though Microsoft has pulled the plug on Nokia's Android adventure it hasn't stopped the Nokia X, Nokia X+ and Nokia XL from being updated with some new features and enhancements. They're getting an app switcher to bring them more in line with the Nokia X2. This allows you to easily switch or close apps. Just swipe down from the top of the screen, tap the app switcher icon and then tap the app you want to switch to or tap the 'x' icon to close it. The update also includes improvements to the Nokia Store, integrating third party app stores so you can manage all of your apps in one place, as well as making it easier to find and download apps and games. Plus the store is getting a new home screen Spotlight widget to help with app discovery and adding support for one-click downloads so you can get apps faster. Out now Last but not least the update adds, OneNote and One Drive if you haven't already downloaded them. The new software has already started rolling out as an over-the-air update. You should automatically be notified when it's available but you can also manually check for it from the settings screen by heading into 'About phone' then 'System updates'. The Nokia Lumia 530 is a cheap alternative to the X.
  13. If you're been sobbing inconsolably since hearing the news that Microsoft axed the Surface Mini, dry those eyes as a new report has pegged a comeback for the small slate that nearly was. Coming from DigiTimes, it claims that the device will return in a not-so-mini 10.6-inch form factor shared by the Surface RT, Surface Pro and Surface Pro 2 and could hit the shelves as soon as October. The report cites a source on the supply chain side, which reckons that the new model will be slimmer, lighter and have more sales clout than the canned version. Production of components for the new device is due to start in August, the source said, followed by mass production in September ahead of release. Pulled plug According to various reports, Microsoft pulled the plug on the original model at the eleventh hour over fears that it would struggle in the market against competing smaller tablets from its hardware partners. The company neither confirmed nor denied this, instead revealing its demise in a single line in its second-quarter earnings report, which read: "Current year cost of revenue included Surface inventory adjustments resulting from our transition to newer generation devices and a decision to not ship a new form factor." The Surface Mini was widely expected to launch alongside the Surface Pro 3 and sport an ARM or Qualcomm-based processor powering Windows RT. It's possible that the device will instead arrive as the Surface 3, meaning Microsoft would have to decide whether to stick with its much-maligned, cut-down OS or have it go up against the Surface Pro 3 by opting for full-fat Windows 8.
  14. It's been a while since Amazon's last Kindle Fire (the Kindle Fire HDX) hit the shelves, so it's no great surprise that we're beginning to hear rumblings of the next iteration. G4Games spotted a benchmark for a new Kindle Fire HDX in AnTuTu's database, but while some things are being improved a lot appears to be staying the same. According to the benchmark the new Kindle will have an 8.9-inch 1600 x 2560 display (for a pixel density of 339 pixels per inch), just like last year's model. It will also have an 8 megapixel main camera, a 1-megapixel front-facing camera and 2GB of RAM, which again is much the same as the current version. Power up The only real changes seem to be the processor and GPU, which are a 2.5GHz quad-core Snapdragon 805 and Adreno 420 respectively, compared to the 2.2GHz quad-core Snapdragon 800 and Adreno 330 in the original Kindle Fire HDX. It's also listed as running Android 4.4.4, which would be a slight boost, though as this is a Kindle Fire device we're talking about, it'll probably be heavily forked and almost unrecognisable as Android. Sadly we don't know when the new Kindle Fire will land, but the last one launched in November, while the Kindle Fire HD arrived in September, so there's a good chance we'll see it sometime in the tail end of the year. It's also unknown whether Amazon will upgrade the Kindle Fire HDX 7, but if it does it's likely to be packing the same amount of power as the new Kindle Fire 8.9.