This will be the second smartphone under LG’s experimental “Explorer Project.” The first, LG Wing, is a dual-screen smartphone with a swivel main display that was launched in September. LG Rollable, meanwhile, is expected to be launched in March 2021.The rollable smartphone was referred to as Project B, and was earlier slated to launch in June 2021, according to company sources as per a report. In the same report, company sources had said that developing rollable phones was relatively less complicated than foldable phones.Is OnePlus 8T the best ‘value flagship’ of 2020? 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.- Advertisement – – Advertisement – A trademark has been filed for LG Rollable with EUIPOA render of the smartphone had surfaced earlier this week, which shows a rollable display that can be extended from either sides of the phone. The render was based on a patent LG had filed for a phone with a flexible display that can be rolled into its casing. The patent was filed with USPO (United States Patent and Trademark Office) in August of last year.- Advertisement – LG Rollable might be the name of the company’s upcoming experimental rollable smartphone. LG has filed a trademark with EUIPO (European Union Intellectual Property Office) for the name. Of course, a trademark does not mean that the company will use this for the name; it might just want to protect the term so other brands can’t use it to describe their phones. The smartphone is expected to be the second under LG’s “Explorer Project”, after the LG Wing, and will be launched in March 2021, as per a recent report. The trademark doesn’t reveal much more, but does potentially give us the name of the upcoming phone.The application was filed on November 2 by Mitscherlich, a company from Germany that has filed trades on behalf of LG in the past as well. The name chosen by LG seems to be quite straightforward and self-explanatory. The application mentions that LG Rollable is a smartphone, but doesn’t offer any more details.- Advertisement –
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Bills 30-26 CardinalsJosh Allen 22-yard TD pass to Stefon Diggs (extra point) – Advertisement – – Advertisement – Stefon Diggs comes down with what looks to be the game-winning touchdown for the Bills . Both offences misfired for most of the fourth quarter – the two QBs throwing interceptions – but then Allen engineered a 12-play, 78-yard drive in the final minutes, one which culminated with his 21-yard TD toss to Diggs, who had 10 catches for 93 yards on the night.But, with 34 seconds left on the clock, Murray got into position for a late Hail Mary shot to the endzone, and Hopkins – who finished 127 receiving yards – went up and grabbed his seventh and most important catch of the night to win the game.Sky Sports NFL is your dedicated channel for NFL coverage through the season – featuring a host of NFL Network programming, a new weekly preview show as well as at least five games a week and NFL Redzone, you won’t miss a moment. Don’t forget to follow us on skysports.com/nfl, our Twitter account @SkySportsNFL & Sky Sports – on the go! 5:48 Bills 23-16 CardinalsKyler Murray one-yard TD run (extra point) 1:28 Watch as Kyler Murray’s Hail Mary pass finds DeAndre Hopkins in the endzone as the Cardinals win it at the death. – Advertisement – Watch highlights from the Week 10 matchup between the Buffalo Bills and the Arizona Cardinals. SECOND QUARTER 0:58 Cole Beasley scores a touchdown to extend Buffalo’s lead early in the third quarter. Bills 23-9 CardinalsJosh Allen 22-yard TD pass to Cole Beasley (extra point) Bills 13-9 CardinalsZane Gonzalez 21-yard field goal Bills 23-26 CardinalsKyler Murray 15-yard TD run (extra point) THIRD QUARTER Bills 10-6 CardinalsZane Gonzalez 42-yard field goal Some smart play from the Bills saw quarterback Josh Allen catch a touchdown pass in the first quarter. That was the biggest thing of note from a fairly cagey first half in which these two explosive offences and quarterbacks took time to settle; there were a total of six field goals in the first half, with Bills kicker Tyler Bass successful three times from more than 50 yards.Kenyon Drake had an impressive afternoon for Arizona, racking up 100 rushing yards on 16 carries, but a fumble early in the third quarter allowed the Bills to build on their seven-point halftime advantage as Allen found Cole Beasley for a 22-yard TD to see Buffalo up 23-9. Beasley caught 11 passes for 109 yards and that score. Bills 7-3 CardinalsIsaiah McKenzie 12-yard TD pass to Josh Allen (extra point) Scoring summary Bills 0-3 CardinalsZane Gonzalez 23-yard field goal Bills 23-19 CardinalsZane Gonzalez 42-yard field goal Bills 13-6 CardinalsTyler Bass 55-yard field goal Watch as Kyler Murray’s Hail Mary pass finds DeAndre Hopkins in the endzone as the Cardinals win it at the death. Murray threw for 245 yards, one touchdown and one interception. He also rushed for 61 yards and two third-quarter scores which kick-started the Cardinals comeback after they’d trailed 16-9 at half-time and then 23-9 early in the third.In doing so, Murray became just the fourth quarterback in NFL history to score a rushing touchdown in five consecutive games. Bills 16-9 CardinalsTyler Bass 58-yard field goal Bills 10-3 CardinalsTyler Bass 54-yard field goal Arizona Cardinals come back from trailing 23-6 in the third quarter, with Kyler Murray rushing for two touchdowns – extending his streak to five-straight games – and then throwing a 43-yard Hail Mary touchdown pass to DeAndre Hopkins with two seconds left Last Updated: 16/11/20 1:38am 0:58 Some smart play from the Bills saw quarterback Josh Allen catch a touchdown pass in the first quarter. FOURTH QUARTER – Advertisement – 0:54 Kyler Murray scrambles free for his second rushing touchdown of the game. Cole Beasley scores a touchdown to extend Buffalo’s lead early in the third quarter. The Cardinals pulled back to within six on their next possession when Murray found the endzone from down near the goal line. Following a further Zane Gonzalez field goal, and a Patrick Peterson interception of Allen, Murray scored again on a 15-yard scamper to see his team into the lead. Watch highlights from the Week 10 matchup between the Buffalo Bills and the Arizona Cardinals. DeAndre Hopkins hauled in a stunning 43-yard Hail Mary pass from Kyler Murray for a touchdown with two seconds left as the Arizona Cardinals triumphed 32-30 over the Buffalo Bills in a thrilling finish.Bills quarterback Josh Allen had just thrown a 21-yard scoring strike of his own to Stefon Diggs with 34 seconds remaining to put Buffalo up 30-26, only for Murray to unleash a beauty of a deep ball three plays later and for Hopkins to come down with the catch under triple coverage.Cardinals stats: Kyler Murray, 22/32, 245 yards, 1 TD, 1 INTRushing leader: Kenyan Drake, 16 carries, 100 yardsReceiving leader: DeAndre Hopkins, seven catches, 127 yards, 1 TD FIRST QUARTER Bills 30-32 CardinalsKyler Murray 43-yard TD pass to DeAndre Hopkins 0:53 Stefon Diggs comes down with what looks to be the game-winning touchdown for the Bills . Kyler Murray scrambles free for his second rushing touchdown of the game. Allen had 284 passing yards for the Bills, with two touchdowns with two interceptions. He also led his team with 38 rushing yards on seven carries and caught a touchdown pass off Isaiah McKenzie that gave Buffalo a 7-3 lead in the first quarter.Bills stats: Josh Allen, 32/49, 284 yards, 2 TDs, 2 INTsRushing leader: Josh Allen, seven carries, 38 yardsReceiving leader: Cole Beasley, 11 catches, 109 yards, 1 TD
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FDA investigators find E coli in Nestle cookie dough sampleNestle USA, based in Solon, Ohio, said it received word from US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) investigators that they have identified and confirmed Escherichia coli O157:H7 in a retained production sample from a 16-ounce Nestle Toll House refrigerated chocolate chip cookie dough bar. The company said the product has a day code of 9041 and “best before Jun 10 2009” printed on the package. Nestle recalled all varieties of its Toll House refrigerated cookie dough on Jun 19 after federal and state health officials reported 66 E coli illnesses in 28 states that were strongly linked in case control studies to eating the dough raw. Salmonella investigation prompts dairy ingredient recallPlainview Milk Products Cooperative, in Plainview, Minn., announced yesterday it is recalling the past 2 years of its food ingredient products—including nonfat dried milk, whey protein, fruit stabilizers, and thickeners—because they might be contaminated with Salmonella, the FDA said in a press release. None of the products were sold to the public. The USDA had previously found Salmonella in dairy shake product that contained a key ingredient made by the company. The findings prompted an FDA investigation of the plant that revealed some of the equipment was contaminated with the pathogen. The FDA said it is coordinating its investigation with the USDA, CDC, the Minnesota Department of Agriculture, and state and local health departments.[Jun 28 FDA press release] Jun 29, 2009 Multistate E coli illness investigation leads to beef recallsJBS Swift Beef Company, based in Greeley, Colo., yesterday expanded its Jun 24 beef recall to include 380,000 pounds of primal cuts because they may be contaminated with E coli O157:H7, the US Department of Agriculture’s (USDA’s) Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) announced. The expanded recall is the result of a traceback investigation by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) into 24 illnesses in multiple states, of which 18 appear to be linked. The initial recall involved 41,280 pounds of beef products, most of it boneless beef bottom sirloin and butt ball tip. The recalled items were produced on Apr 21 and 22 and were shipped to distributors and retail outlets in Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Illinois, Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska, Oregon, South Carolina, Tennessee, Utah, and Wisconsin. The primal cuts that are the subject of the expanded recall were produced on Apr 21 and distributed nationally and internationally. Though most of the cuts were used for steaks and roasts, the FSIS said some were processed into ground beef by other companies.[Jun 28 FSIS news release][Jun 24 FSIS news release]
Sep 1, 2009Mexico City offers travelers free insuranceTo boost travel business in the wake of the novel H1N1 epidemic, Mexico City last month began offering free insurance to anyone who registers to stay at one of the city’s hotels, the Toronto Star reported today. The coverage, provided by Spain-based Mapfre, covers medical problems, trip cancellations, and document losses. It costs the hotels $30 per visitor. Enrollment is automatic when travelers book a Mexico City hotel room.http://www.thestar.com/news/gta/article/689124Sep 1 Toronto Star storyNeurologists to help with vaccine safety surveillanceThe American Academy of Neurology has joined with the CDC to ask neurologists to report any potential new cases of Guillain-Barre syndrome (GBS) after the pandemic H1N1 vaccine campaign begins. The organizations are asking neurologists to report through the federal Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System. The groups don’t anticipate that the vaccine will pose a GBS risk, but they are acting with caution because some GBS cases were linked to the 1976 swine flu vaccine.http://www.aan.com/press/index.cfm?fuseaction=release.view&release=757Aug 31 American Academy of Neurology press releaseCanadian expert urges using non-adjuvanted vaccine Dr. Paul Hebert, editor of the Canadian Medical Association Journal, said in an editorial that approving an adjuvanted version of Canada’s H1N1 vaccine will cause delays and urged using a non-adjuvanted version to begin vaccinating high-risk groups, according to the Toronto Star. But a spokeswoman for the Public Health Agency of Canada said the government has a “highly flexible regulatory plan” and will not need extra time to approve the adjuvanted vaccine, the story said.http://www.thestar.com/news/canada/article/689154Sep 1 Toronto Star storyOpenness was Mexico’s most effective tactic against H1N1Mexican health officials who are examining what worked and what didn’t in fighting the first wave of H1N1 flu say that rapid notification of the public about the virus was the most effective step, though it cost the economy billions of tourist dollars, the Associated Press (AP) reported today. Rapid diagnosis, treatment, and quarantine, along with hand-washing, also were helpful. Ineffective steps included travel bans, school closures, and widespread use of surgical masks, the story said.http://www.miamiherald.com/news/americas/story/1211487.htmlSep 1 AP reportWalgreens’ seasonal flu vaccine program includes some free dosesThe Walgreens drugstore chain announced yesterday that it will begin offering the seasonal flu vaccine today in its stores. Walgreens also announced a $1 million program to provide free flu vaccine to uninsured adults, who will receive vouchers to use at wellness tour bus locations in nine cities. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has called for early seasonal flu vaccine campaigns to make way for novel H1N1 vaccination efforts, expected to start in mid October.http://news.walgreens.com/article_display.cfm?article_id=5212Aug 31 Walgreens press releaseFederal agencies launch ‘Sesame Street’ PSAsThree federal agencies, including the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), have teamed with Sesame Workshop, the educational group linked to television’s “Sesame Street,” to launch a new series of public service announcements to teach families and children how to prevent pandemic H1N1 flu. The four videos, available on the Flu.gov Web site, address hand-washing and proper coughing and sneezing techniques. The groups produced a similar series at the start of the spring flu outbreak.http://www.hhs.gov/news/press/2009pres/09/20090901a.htmlSep 1 HHS press release
In the category Innovative and creative project in tourism for a series of events inspired by local tradition, the Tourist Board of the Municipality of Žminj won the national annual award Simply the Best.The Tourist Board of the Municipality of Žminj has nominated three events: Istrian pinci pod čerepnjon on the hearth, the Istrian Pasta Festival and Bartulja. These are events that are not organized only in the peak season, but start before Easter and end at the end of August, so the importance of these events is extremely important and special.”This award is a great recognition for the whole of Žminj and a confirmation that our events are recognized for their quality content. The goal of such events is to nurture the traditional heritage, contribute and enrich the tourist offer, extend the tourist season, then encourage the use of indigenous local ingredients, valorization of traditional gastronomy and the promotion of Zminj as a gastronomic destination. We try to include local resources in all events as much as possible, such as cultural and artistic programs, kindergarten and school, folklore society, local caterers, producers of autochthonous products of the Žminj region, and sports associations and clubs. ” points out Lenka Šajina from the Tourist Board of the Municipality of Žminj.This traditional annual award for quality, inventiveness and creativity in tourism was established in 2009, and travel agencies, tourist boards, journalists, tourist media, companies, associations and individuals from the tourism and hospitality sector participate in the nomination process. Traditional Croatian award Simply the best which for creativity, inventiveness and development of the tourist offer for nine years in a row awarded the specialized tourist magazine Way to Croatia and UHPA – Association of Croatian Travel Agencies. “The award is also the result of all individuals who get involved and participate in the organization of events or manifestations, as well as those who give their support in any other way. Maximum support from the local community greatly affects the success of events. The annual national award Simply the Best is an additional incentive to continue to create Žminj experiences that will attract visitors to the Žminj area, and return to the local community many times over.”Concludes Šijan.From the beginning of this year to the middle of October, 71.138 overnight stays were recorded in the Žminj region, which is 16,0% more than in the same period last year. The number of tourist arrivals, of which there were 7.871 this year, increased by as much as 19,50% compared to the same period last year. The structure of guests visiting Žminj is 58,24% from Germany, 7,36% from Austria, 5,31% from the Netherlands, 4,00% from Belgium, and from England, Italy, Poland, France and other countries.
Yesterday, at the Frigo Bonsai purchase station in Opuzen, a presentation of the Croatian autochthonous brand was held, with certified Neretva mandarins, which Tommy doo was the first to introduce in the offer.The beginning of the story begins when on July 1, 2017, the European Commission protected the Neretva mandarin at the European level, thus recognizing its uniqueness in relation to mandarins produced in other countries. Until 2015, until recently, no Croatian mandarin producer was certified and therefore there was a possibility that this status would be lost. On November 13, 2017, two mandarin producers (Nino Šešelj and Nikola Ujdur) managed to obtain a certificate with the help of Frigo Bonsai, the Regional Development Agency DUNEA and BIOTEHNICON. Consequently, an agreement was reached with the company Tommy doo on the introduction of a certified “Neretva mandarin” in the offer of the store.President of the Neretva Association of Fruit Growers “Mandarina Opuzen”, Mr. Alenko Šešelj said that the company Frigo Bonsai had made a good and useful step and that it would certainly encourage other purchasing centers to get involved in the same story. “We were very persistent and “pushed” this process to the end. Now it is up to all of us, who are engaged in this business, production and sale of mandarins, to get a little more concrete in this story and try to nurture our product, because this is our future.”The representative of Biotehnicon, Ms. Ana Marušić Lisac, explained the sequence and importance of the whole procedure: “The label “Neretva Mandarin” was registered in 2015. Mandarin found itself in this small circle of truly special products in the European Union but also around the world, because these labels are recognized elsewhere. During the development of the specification, comparisons were made with similar products and the specificity of the Neretva mandarin was shown and proven. It is up to us, as the control body, to really follow everything that is stated in the specification from the technical point of view in the whole sequence and that in the end, by issuing the certificate we actually confirm and guarantee that such a product fully complies with all requirements of the specification.. “”Neretva Mandarin” is the first certified original product in the Dubrovnik-Neretva County. The protection of geographical indications of mandarin as an indigenous Croatian product is significant because it will make the Neretva Mandarin a recognizable export brand. The end customer gets a guarantee of buying a quality product from controlled breeding, and the manufacturer gets the security of product placement and the ability to achieve a better price. With this certificate, the Neretva mandarin joins the impressive list of Croatian products that are entered in the register of protected designations of origin and protected geographical indications. Some of them are: Slavonian kulen, Ogulin sauerkraut, Lika potatoes and Istrian extra virgin olive oil, Poljički soparnik…”Tommy is extremely honored to be the first to support this project of placing certified Neretva mandarins on the Croatian market. We are pleased to have achieved this through exclusive distribution, so all our customers, through the sales network, will be able to reach this commendable product. This project fits perfectly into the story of Tommy through the project “Our home” where we try to arrange with as many suppliers as possible the placement of indigenous, original, certified products and thus provide our customers with the highest quality food. We are witnessing trends in the world that quality food is trying to produce a maximum of 250 km from the placement. That’s how it used to be with us and we believe that this project will be like that again. We are honored and sure that this is just an overture to future projects on this topic.”Said Aljoša Bašić, Marketing Director of Tommy doo, and added that for Tommy doo this cooperation is extremely important because in this way the company gains the opportunity to offer proven quality products, and encourages the local eco product which is one of the components of the company’s strategy. .Producer Nikola Ujdur pointed out that the protection of the geographical indication is important, because in addition to the Neretva mandarin becoming a recognizable export brand, the end customer receives a guarantee of buying a quality product from controlled cultivation, and the producer gets security of product placement and the possibility of achieving better prices.It is primarily a higher level of mandarin processing that she deserves and that we need to nurture. The certificate is a demanding category, it is a proof of quality that will be recognizable in our stores”, Said Ujdur.
After a lot of work in Croatia that was recognized by colleagues at the world level, Association of Croatian Tourist Guides (ZDTVH) became a “Full Member” or a full member of the World Federation of Tourist Guides (WFTGA) which brings together national tourist guide associations in over 80 countries and represents over 150 tour guides worldwide. It is important to emphasize that he is also a WFTGA, partner and associate member of the UNWTO (UN World Tourism Organization) and UNESCO. President of ZDTVH Kristina Nuić Prka emphasized the importance of admission to WFTGA membership in the promotion of Croatia in the tourism profession emphasizing that this is not a goal but a continuation of the struggle for rights Croatian tourist guides within the European norm imposed on the profession and association with colleagues from other countries of rich cultural heritage. “Following the imposed norms Foreign tourist guides can, on the basis of requests for temporary and occasional activities, the frequency of which cannot be controlled, guide and present Croatia to tourists without education, and the same is true. exempted only in areas of protected localities. What is the area of a protected site and what are the criteria for determining them, is unclear and depends solely on the interpretation of the European Commission, which wants to put as few sites as possible on this list. the country’s reputation and the large number of tourists represent our country, its cultural heritage, history, people and tradition. ” points out Nuić Prka and adds that they have already applied to host the Convention WFTGA 2021, which would be a really great promotion for our country in the tourism profession at the global level. The Association of Croatian Tourist Guides (ZDTVH) was founded in 2005 and brings together 19 tourist guide associations from all regions of Croatia, and currently ZDTVH represents about 2000 tourist guides in Croatia.Kristina Nuić Prka: TOURIST GUIDES ARE AMBASSADORS OF OUR COUNTRYPhoto: ZDTVHAnd if tourist guides have a very significant role, if not one of the key ones, in overall tourism, they are still underestimated, especially in the context of the development and promotion of tourist destinations. “Tourist guides are an indispensable segment in destination management and promotion. Every good travel agency will ask and consult a guide what to do and when. ”Points out Nuić Prka. We have to care about our overall performance and what story we tell tourists about ourselves. We must not allow our history, culture and way of life, identity to be misinterpreted and misinterpreted. That’s why it’s also important to use licensed tour guides. Of course, in order to reduce costs, some agencies do not use licensed tourist guides, but they are not aware of how over-complex tourism is and how the tourist product is made up of all participants, not individuals. If we perform poorly, we all lose in the long run, there is less tourist spending and a shorter tourist season. “Being a guide is an honor. It is an honor to be in a situation where you have the opportunity to bring individuals and groups from all over the world closer to their history, rich cultural heritage, sense of national identity, religion, language and the freedom we are so proud of. Because who can better show a stranger the spirit of our people, tell him about defiance and pride, which is innate in all of us, heroes, resourcefulness, wisdom from antiquities, faith, old customs, legends and folklore – from our people? We are not just narrators of history. We are ambassadors of our country, our region, our city, our culture, language and customs. It depends on us with what image of Croatia and us as a nation, tourists will go home. I also emphasize that the cultural heritage preserves the national identity of the country so as not to drown in European globalization. ” concludes Nuić Prka and emphasizes that cultural heritage represents our entire national corpus and we must do everything in our power to preserve it.More information about the Association of Croatian Tourist Guides (ZDTVH) can be found on their website official website.
Camp Mon Perin from Bale grows from year to year and has successfully established itself as one of the most modern car camps in Istria. It was thoroughly renovated two years ago, and this year the camp will reveal another, somewhat atypical content. Mon Perin stated that the opening of the park is planned for the beginning of June and point out that the camp will justify four stars with this content and offer visitors an extraordinary experience. They also emphasize that, when arranging the park, the emphasis was placed on preserving the landscape and horticulture to make the experience as authentic as possible. The management of Mon Perina recognized the potential of the content and decided to offer their visitors a unique experience in the form of Paleo Park. Educational promenade / camping-monperin.hr Paleo Park will cover over 16 square meters and include facilities such as three swimming pools and a hot tub, a restaurant, a souvenir shop, a sun deck, a children’s playground and children’s sandboxes with exposed dinosaur bones. The pool will be in the shape of a dinosaur of 1100 square meters, with a smaller pool that will be intended for children and one that will contain sitting massages. The environment of the pool will be complemented by dinosaur specimens in various dimensions and an educational promenade that will follow the history of dinosaurs. Water park / camping-monperin.hr Namely, it is a paleontological park that will consist of a water park and an educational-research polygon. You may be wondering why a paleontological theme park? But the answer is simple. In the immediate vicinity of the auto-camp, more precisely in the middle of the main beach, is the archeological site of petrified dinosaur bones about 130 million years old. The bones were found or emerged from the seabed in 1992 and are the only site in the world that is on the seabed. In Beijing in 1995, the Bale site was included in the World List of Paleontological Sites. It is an interesting assumption that Istria was home to a dozen different species of dinosaurs. Paleo Park’s investment is worth around HRK 22.5 million, and the park will employ about 20 workers. With this move, Mon Perin confirmed his reputation and once again showed in what unique ways camps could invest in their facilities and services and thus become competent in the Croatian “camping scene”. Because the fact is that as much as 25 percent of all tourist nights in Croatia are realized in camps. RELATED NEWS: CAMP “MON PERIN” AS AN EXCELLENT EXAMPLE OF A SUCCESS CAMP STORY Photo: Paleo Park / camping-monperin.hr