الثلاثاء، 10 يناير، 2017

Samsung Galaxy X1 and Galaxy X1 Plus leak



We already know that Samsung is working on a foldable smartphone that might be marketed under the name Galaxy X. And now, the monikers Galaxy X1 and Galaxy X1 Plus have leaked.
The leak came in the form of a Weibo post that also revealed model numbers for these devices – SM-X9000 and SM-X9050 – as well as what Android versions they run.
From what we"ve heard until now, Samsung"s foldable smartphone project is internally code-named as Project Valley. The device is rumored to come with a 4K display, and is also said to utilize various biometric forms including fingers, face, and palm.
A recent rumor said the device will be made official sometime in the Q3-Q4 time-frame this year.
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"He"s our player!" - Klopp issues hands off warning to Barcelona amid Coutinho interest



Nothing has changed when it comes to the Brazilian for the Red boss, with the manager ruling out a move to Camp Nou
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp dismissed Barcelona"s reported interest in Philippe Coutinho, insisting he still has no plans to sell the star midfielder.
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RUMOURS: Batshuayi brother key to Chelsea"s Llorente deal



It was thought the Belgium international would leave for the Liberty Stadium as the Spaniard"s replacement, though a deal has now reportedly been agreed for his brother
Chelsea are set to sign Swansea forward Fernando Llorente on loan for the rest of the season, with the Swans picking up Mich..

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"Bonfire of children"s rights" Bill opposed



Image copyright tatyana_tomsickova Image caption The Bill will affect children in foster care and children"s homes A Bill described as “a bonfire of child protection rights”, which would let councils opt out of key legal duties to children, is being debated on Tuesday.
The Children and Social Work Bill would let local councils apply to set aside children"s rights and checks on care to try out innovative ways of working.
The government argues it is a bold approach to removing red tape.
But campaigners say allowing councils to opt out of these long-standing duties is risky and unnecessary.
The legal duties affected by the Bill relate to nearly all the social care services children receive from local authorities laid down in numerous acts of Parliament
These include statutory rights on child protection, family support, children"s homes and fostering, support to care leavers and services for disabled children.
"Unprecedented change"About 50 organisations publicly ..

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Increase women MPs or face fines, parties told



Image copyright PA Political parties must face fines if they do not ensure at least 45% of general election candidates are female, MPs have recommended.
The Women and Equalities Committee said the fact that 30% of current MPs were women represented a “serious democratic deficit”, for “no good reason”.
It said the law must change after the 2020 general election, if that figure “does not increase significantly”.
The government said it was considering the recommendations.
There are currently 195 women in the House of Commons. The cross-party committee"s report said the meant the UK was ranked 48th in the world, in terms of female representations in equivalent institutions.
Women in the House of Commons
Image copyright Getty Images There are currently 195 female MPs, including four who have won by-elections since the 2015 general election The first woman elected to Parliament was Sinn Fein"s Constance Markievicz, in 1918 But Conservative Nancy Astor (above), elected a year late..

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UK in "front seat" for US trade deal, top Republican says



Image copyright Reuters Image caption Boris Johnson has been meeting with top Republicans, including Bob Corker Britain will be in the “front seat” to negotiate a new trade deal with the incoming Trump administration, a top Republican in the US Senate has said.
A US-UK trade deal would be a priority, Senate Foreign Relations Committee chairman Bob Corker said after meeting Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson.
Barack Obama warned in April that the UK would be at the back of the queue for trade deals if voters chose Brexit.
Mr Johnson has been meeting with top Republicans on Capitol Hill.
“We hear we are first in line to do a great free trade deal with the United States. So, it"s going to be a very exciting year for both our countries,” he said.
Those meeting with the foreign secretary included House speaker Paul Ryan and Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell. He travelled to Washington after meeting with Mr Trump"s senior advisers in New York.
A Foreign Office source told the BB..

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Brazil"s Ronaldo endorses Cristiano"s Ballon d"Or triumph



The former Brazil star believes Cristiano"s fourth title was well deserved after an incredible year where he won both the Champions League and the European Championships
Cristiano Ronaldo “did more than anyone else” in 2016 and fully deserves his Ballon d"Or triumph, according to former B..

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