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England go to the Netherlands as Gareth Southgate searches for some semblance of a best starting XI, but he has been decisive on one thing at St George’s Park at least as players face a sugary treats ban. Does this kind of treatment bode well?
The panel assess some of the most-fancied teams ahead of the tournament, debate whether it is make or break for international football and also reveal some Panini sticker secrets.
Domestically, Manchester United finally announce they will start a professional women’s team and look at new ways to improve the Old Trafford atmosphere. Should standing singing sections be introduced to help conjure up noise across our football grounds?
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Walter McCarty to be the next men’s basketball coach at Evansville

The Evansville native is leaving the Celtics to lead the Aces.
Walter McCarty will be the next head men’s basketball coach at the University of Evansville, a source told SB Nation. The former Boston Celtics assistant will be introduced at a press conference at 6:30 p.m. ET Friday, with an announcement coming Thursday morning.
Evansville AD Mark Spencer told SB Nation Thursday morning, “We really couldn’t ask for more [from McCarty], but we get more. His personality, this ethics, his moral compass just matches with us so well.”
McCarty was on a short list of finalists — all who hail from Evansville — that included former Saint Louis assistant Calbert Cheaney, and Valparaiso assistant David Ragland.
Ragland, who played college basketball on the west side of town at the University of Southern Indiana, could receive an offer to be McCarty’s top assistant. A source told SB Nation he blew the university away in his interview, and would have been the favorite to land the job had things with McCarty fallen through.
As far as other assistants go, Spencer told SB Nation, “We haven’t talked names, that’s going to be his choice. He’s got a list of 10 or 15 guys in his head that he trusts.” He added, “He’s going to take his time with it and make sure he gets the right guys.”
McCarty has been an assistant under Brad Stevens in Boston since 2013, and coached the Celtics’ Las Vegas summer league team this past summer. Prior to his stint in Boston, he was an assistant at Louisville under Rick Pitino from 2007-2010, and with the Pacers under Jim O’Brien from 2010-2011. He was let go by the Pacers when Frank Vogel became coach in 2011.
McCarty played his high school basketball at Harrison High School in Evansville, graduating in 1992. He played college basketball at the University of Kentucky under Rick Pitino from 1993-1996, winning a national championship as a senior.
He would go on to be the No. 19 overall pick in the 1996 NBA Draft by the Knicks, but spent the majority of his 10-year career with the Celtics.
McCarty will be tasked with taking a program to the next step that was led by Marty Simmons for the past 11 seasons. The Aces nearly made their first NCAA tournament since 1999 during the 2015-16 season, but had those dreams shut down by Northern Iowa and Wes Washpun’s shooter’s roll.
According to the Courier & Press’ Pat Hickey, many players could be transferring out of the program after Simmons’ exit, including Ryan Taylor (the team’s leading scorer last season), and promising sophomore guard Dru Smith.
McCarty will be a popular choice among locals. Evansville basketball hasn’t been nearly the same since they played at the college division level (now Division II) under Arad McCutchan, where they won five national championships between 1959 and 1971. But McCarty will be a hire that can put a spark in a program that needs one.

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OnePlus 6 256GB Model Might Cost…. Almost $800!

Richard Goodwin

22/03/2018 – 12:45pm

OnePlus made its bones producing affordable flagship phones. But the top-end OnePlus 6 might be different…

Most people buy OnePlus phones because they serve up the best value for money around. This has always been the case. OnePlus undercut everybody and made a lot of friends in the process.
All this could change with the OnePlus 6, however, as rumours suggest the highest-end model, the one with 256GB of storage, could retail for $749 once it arrives.
That’s right: a OnePlus phone that almost costs $800.
There will likely be a cheaper, 128GB model. And maybe a 64GB one too. But for those that want the highest possible storage, well… you’ll have to pay for it.
The price of OnePlus phones have been sneaking up over the years, but the jump to almost $800 will almost certainly alienate a few of its core users.
Even more so if a cheaper model isn’t offered. I don’t see this happening, however, so there’s not too much to worry about in this respect.
The OnePlus 6 will feature a brand new design, a new display, potentially 8GB of RAM, and updated internals.
All signs point to a heavily updated phone. You’re looking at a handset with a 6.2in, bezel-less display that runs Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 845 CPU. Add in 8GB of RAM and you’re looking at a proper powerhouse of a phone.
But that price? It’s just so much for a OnePlus. The entire brand is built on value for money, so I don’t really see how this could work. 
The OnePlus 6 will launch later this summer, so expect plenty of leaks and news between now and then.

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Nokia 8 review: A bargain at £349

DEAL ALERT: The Nokia 8 is now available SIM-free for £349.99 at the Carphone Warehouse. For a Snapdragon 835-powered handset which matches the Samsung Galaxy S8 for performance, that’s nothing short of a steal. And as it’s the Carphone Warehouse, you can get it in an exclusive copper colour, if none of the regular shades grab you. That means it looks like this:

Physically, it’s a hell of a looker. It’s wonderfully slim, measuring a mere 7.3mm thick, and it’s hewn from a single block of aluminium, which gives it a fantastic solidity in the hand. Its chamfered edges and curved sides ensure that it sits snugly in the hand, and make it easy to access the fingerprint reader without adjusting your grip or shuffling the phone about in your palm.
Front and centre, of course, is the screen. It’s not an edge-to-edge design, like the Samsung Galaxy S8’s or the LG G6’s, but at 5.3in across the diagonal it’s a decent size, and its super-high 2,560 x 1,440 resolution translates to an impeccably crisp 554ppi. It’s super-bright too, hitting a blinding 663cd/m2, so everything looks vibrant and alive. A coating of Gorilla Glass 5 means it also has a good chance of surviving the odd accidental drop without shattering.
Nokia 8 review: Performance and battery life
Under the hood, the Nokia 8 has the sort of internals you’d expect from a modern flagship smartphone, namely an eight-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor and a full 4GB of RAM. Predictably, therefore, the 8 achieved benchmark scores that were effectively on par with all the big-hitters of the Android world.

And there’s good news when it comes to battery life. The manufacturer has made much of the Nokia 8’s “advanced heat management solution” – an internal liquid-cooling system that’s designed to conduct heat away from the chipset. The idea is to extend battery life by keeping heat levels to a minimum, and we have to say, it works. 

At the rear of the Nokia 9 sits a 13-megapixel Zeiss-branded camera. In fact, it’s a dual-camera arrangement: in addition to your bog-standard RGB sensor, there’s also an f/2.0 monochrome sensor which is used to resolve fine detail.
The input from the two sensors is combined in-camera to create a final image that offers both sharp details and bright, punchy colours. This isn’t a Nokia innovation – Huawei’s P9 and P10 and the Honor 9 all offer a similar feature.

The only question that remains is whether, in 2017, there’s much appetite in the market for another high-end handset. It’s a long time since the Nokia brand alone was enough to sell phones. Even so, the Nokia 8 is, on its own merits, a worthy rival to the established giants of the market. It might not fully re-establish the prestige of the Nokia of old, but it’s a big, confident stride in the right direction.

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£2000 Off the Hasselblad X1D-50c Mirrorless Medium-format Camera

Mac users, the all-in-one photo editor Luminar 2018 is out now and available for just $69£64 for new users, with big discounts for upgrading users. We rated Luminar as “Highly Recommended“. Visit the Luminar web site to try it for free.
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Hasselblad have knocked a whopping £2000 off the price of the Hasselblad X1D-50c mirrorless medium-format camera. The offer is apparently only valid for orders taken at The Photography Show in Birmingham, making it by far the biggest show discount, but a quick Google reveals that retailer Robert White are also currently offering the same price of £6,388 for online orders, so it may be that the new lower price will continue after the show closes today.
The Fujifilm GFX 50s retails for £5999 in the UK, so for the first time these medium format mirrorless cameras are priced in the same ball-park…
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Southern Straps Review: Epic Apple Watch Bands

Southern Straps Review: Epic Apple Watch Bands is a post by Josh Smith from Gotta Be Mobile.
You can go to an Apple Store and buy a new Apple Watch band, but if you do that you’re missing out on the best bands you can buy. Southern Straps Apple Watch bands are available in nylon and leather, and in a variety of colors.
The Southern Straps nylon band is one of my favorite Apple Watch bands and an incredible value at $35. The leather strap is incredibly soft, comfortable and stylish and also a deal at $75.
The Southern Straps Apple Watch bands are top notch.
Southern Straps sells the 10 nylon band designs and two colors of leather bands. When picking out a band, you can choose gold, silver or black hardware to match your Apple Watch finish. All bands are available in 38mm and 42mm sizes.
Branding on the Southern Straps is minimal with the name on the clasp in an understated color and under the band. On the nylon bands there is a small yellow and black logo on the underside of the longer band. You can see this logo slightly while wearing the band, and I like the flair it adds.

Southern Straps Apple Watch Bands

Southern Straps Apple Watch bands look great, feel great and are an excellent way to wear your Apple Watch.

Great build quality.
Multiple color options for the clasps and straps.
Nylon bands form to your wrist.
Soft, stylish leather at a great price.
Pegged spring bar allows you to swap bands easily.

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The leather and nylon bands both come with two clasps to keep the end of the band secure. On the nylon band these are metal and one is secured in place while the other is adjustable. On the leather band two leather straps keep the band in place and both move freely so you can get a tighter fit.
I absolutely love the Southern Straps nylon Apple Watch bands. These are high quality nylon and hold up to wear very well. I like that the nylon is firm when you get it, but after a few days of use it softens up to just the right amount and molds to my wrist. The Red, White & Blue band Southern Straps sent over has been my daily driver for a while and even while doing work outdoors it’s held up well. There is only a small show of wear on the white part of the nylon where I got the band near some grease. The band holds up well to water and sweat as well.
The leather band is soft and it looks great.
While some leather bands are stiff, the supple genuine Italian leather on the Southern Straps bands is a welcome change. This band is not as finished as some. Southern Straps describes it as a “single piece of full grain Italian leather which has not been sanded, buffed or snuffed.” The end result is a a soft, and almost raw look to the inside and the edges of the band. The outer is soft to the touch, will show wear over time and the black leather has a nice understated sheen that I really like.
The band is bound to the clasp by a folded piece of leather and a waxed cord that adds a little extra style to the part of the watch band that most people will see when you show them your Apple Watch.
Unlike the nylon band, Southern Straps recommends not exposing the leather strap to water. Keep this in mind if you are choosing between the nylon and leather options.

One additional interesting touch is the inclusion of a pegged spring bar to release the straps from the Apple Watch band adapter. This lets you easily remove the band from the Apple Watch connection. Once you do this, you can put it on a different watch, or switch it between a 38mm and a 42mm watch adapter. This is handy if you share bands with a friend or family member who wears a different size watch.
The Southern Straps bands are available direct from Southern Straps for $35 and $75. There is free shipping for orders over $50 and if you follow on Facebook, you will occasionally find coupons.
Check out the best Apple Watch bands you can buy, for more options to spice up your Apple Watch, and click the slides below to learn about all the cool things the Apple Watch can do.

45 Exciting Things You Can Do With the Apple Watch
Answer Calls on the Apple Watch

You can answer a call on your Apple Watch using it as a small Bluetooth speaker phone. You only want to use this for shorter calls because the audio quality isn’t as good as when you are talking on speakerphone on your iPhone. 
The Apple Watch only allows you to answer your calls on Speakerphone, so you won’t want to use this all the time. It is very handy when you are working on a project or busy with your hands. Definitely be conscious of where you are taking calls. If you wouldn’t talk on speakerphone, you shouldn’t talk on your Apple Watch.
If you buy the new Apple Watch Series 3 with LTE, you can even make calls on the Apple Watch without your iPhone nearby. This requires adding the watch to your plan for $10 a month. You cannot answer a FaceTime video call on the Apple Watch. 

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HTC Desire 12: Everything you need to know about HTC’s budget 18:9 smartphone

HTC was a no-show at this year’s MWC. And, following the acquisition by Google’s ever-lengthening smartphone arm last year, you’d be forgiven for thinking the Taiwanese company’s smartphone offering was done for. But you’d be dead wrong.

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HTC has announced two new handsets, which may not be as headline-grabbing as the newly released Samsung Galaxy S9, but provide a handful of premium features at a wallet-friendly price. The HTC Desire 12 and Desire 12 Plus are a smartphone pair that could halt the Moto G6’s budget reign before it even begins.
HTC Desire 12: Everything you need to know
HTC Desire 12 UK release date: When’s it coming out?
Okay, let’s start with the bit we don’t know anything about. Sadly, as much as we know all of the Desire 12’s ins and outs, there’s no word yet on when this phone will release.
At this early stage, we can only take an educated guess, and I expect the HTC Desire 12 and its plus-sized alternative to make an appearance before the latter half of 2018.
HTC Desire 12 UK price: How much will it cost?
Likewise, the price remains a mystery. Still, given its low-powered internals (more on that later), there’s little reason that the HTC Desire 12’s price will leave your wallet running for the hills.
My guess? The HTC Desire 12 will cost roughly £150 and it’s souped-up alternative, the Desire 12 Plus, will launch for around £200.
HTC Desire 12 specifications: What’s inside?

5.5in 18:9 HD+ (1,440 x 720) IPS display
Quad-core 1.5GHz MediaTek MT6739 processor
2GB of RAM
16GB of storage (expandable via microSD)
13-megapixel f/2.2 rear camera with phase detect autofocus
5-megapixel f/2.4 front-facing camera 
2,730mAh battery
Android 8 Oreo

HTC Desire 12 design: What does it look like?
It’s hard to miss the 18:9 edge-to-edge display on the front of the Desire 12. At a resolution of 1,440 x 720, this IPS display is a first for HTC’s budget phones and, so long as the price is kept to a minimum, could make the Desire 12 a very lucrative choice for lighter wallets.
The phone is made from durable acrylic glass on the rear, with slightly rounded edges, and it can be purchased in either gold, black or silver. On the bottom you’ll find the micro-USB port for charging, flanked by a 3.5mm headphone jack. On the right edge is the volume rocker and power button, and the left houses the microSD and nano-SIM slot.
Unlike the Plus, there’s no fingerprint reader on the back of the device, with only the solitary camera making an appearance at the top right, along with the HTC logo placed in the centre of the phone’s rear.
HTC Desire 12 vs HTC Desire 12 Plus: What’s the difference?
What about this plus-sized alternative, then? Well, there are a few notable differences between the two models: the most important being that the Desire 12 Plus has a dual 13- and 2-megapixel camera setup on the back, while the Desire 12 has to make do with a solitary 13-megapixel snapper.
Elsewhere, the Plus is powered by Qualcomm’s octa-core 1.8GHz Snapdragon 450 processor, with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage, which is expandable via microSD. The HD+ screen is slightly larger at 6in, and the battery capacity is upped to 2,965mAh.
HTC Desire 12: Early verdict
I’m glad HTC is still making smartphones. Following the Google buyout, I was concerned the long-standing firm would fizzle out of existence – and this year’s MWC certainly didn’t help – but both the Desire 12 and 12 Plus could be the phones to show the world that HTC is still doing business, at least in a small, budget-sized capacity.
So long as the price is kept to a minimum – we expect an announcement any minute – the Desire 12 has all the hallmarks of being the budget smartphone to beat this year. It just needs to get over that Moto G6-sized hurdle first.

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Tips and tricks to survive and win in PUBG Mobile

The typical PUBG Mobile game mode is a free-for-all where 100 naked and hopeless contenders are dropped upon an island littered with gear and weapons to gleefully slaughter each other until there’s just one left standing. To put the pressure on, the game area shrinks periodically, automatically disposing of players left outside the play zone. Yes, just like in the movie.
It’s not easy getting to grips with a new game and trying to survive when everyone’s out to get you, but keep these tips in mind to help you get a good start and get an edge on your rivals.
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Drop into town alone
In PUBG Mobile, your first strategic moves start before you pick up a gun or even hit the ground. First, you have to choose a good place to drop.
There are two factors at play in this decision: 

Buildings contain loot.
Everyone else also wants loot and is trying to kill you.

Quite a dilemma. You’ll want to aim to land next to buildings to grab the loot, but avoid the most popular ones that might be swarming with enemies.

Look out for buildings. / © AndroidPIT

Maybe some hotshots will want to dive straight into the crowd, pick up the first weapon and just start gunning the slowpokes, but that’s not you reading this guide yet, rookie. Instead, get a good start by aiming for a building that other players aren’t going for.
Loot first, ask questions later
There’s going to be battle, and you don’t want to be the loser who brings their firsts to a gunfight. Your first priority upon landing should be to loot. Of course, you followed our first tip and have dropped next to a building away from enemies, right? Great. Now get indoors and loot up.
A weapon is always first priority. Next is body armor and healing items to keep you alive through the action.

Get tooled up. / © AndroidPIT

Once you have a choice of weapons and other items, you can start thinking about which weapons work best for you as you explore the area and take down enemies. But first, just pick up everything. PUBG Mobile has a handy auto-loot to help get this done fast.
Use the auto functions
Playing action games on a touchscreen can be awkward but PUBG Mobile has a few convenient auto functions to make it easier. Don’t make life hard for yourself. Make use of them.

Auto sprint: the icon appears when you’re running at full speed. Simply hover over it with your finger and then let go to continue running without needing to hold down.
Free look: A handy feature that rival Fortnite lacks, you can drag around the small eye icon just below the map  in order to look around and keep an eye on your surroundings. This works while running so you can look around you without changing your direction.
Auto loot: Your avatar will simply pick up essential items, like rare scopes, weapons, armor, and more without you having to do anything. The game is pretty smart about this, though when your inventory is cluttered, you might want to check that it is following your preferences.

Be aggressive-remember you’re on mobile
Those of you used to PUBG on PC or Xbox might be used to a cautious style where you focus more on hiding, self-preservation and careful precision. That softly-softly approach isn’t going to work on mobile, son. Controls are less precise, accuracy is more difficult. 
This means that you’re less likely to get sniped by more calculating players, and often, you can get shot at a few times before your enemy lands a hit on you.

Strike hard, strike fast! / © AndroidPIT

When you hear gunfire, instead of immediately panicking and running for cover, try and turn the tables. With the skill levels between players somewhat flatted by touchscreen controls, the advantage skews in favor of sheer aggression. In PUBG Mobile, attack can be the best form of defense.

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PUBG Mobile rewards aggression more than on the PC version
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Take aim
That doesn’t mean you throw skill out of the window. Firing wildly will waste your shots and alert others to your presence. In regular PUBG you might be afraid to stand your ground and aim. Standing still means you get your head popped off.
But on Mobile, most of those shots aren’t being fired at you with any accuracy anyway, so stop and aim and make yours count. Nine times out of ten, it’ll mean you’ll be the one left standing.

Only winners get dinners. / © AndroidPIT

Aiming is done with the small crosshair icon at the right of the screen, which you can drag around on the screen to aim. If both aiming and shooting with the right thumb is too awkward, you can go into the settings to enable an extra fire button on the left of the screen. Use whichever is faster for you in the moment. The suckers die just the same.
Use your ears
What was that about alerting others to your presence? Oh yeah. In PUBG, your sense of hearing is key. Without distracting background music, you’ll need to rely on your ears to pick up incoming shots and the sound of movement near you. 
A keen ear can make the difference between life and death, so don’t be tempted to play PUBG Mobile on mute on the subway like other mobile games. Instead, invest in some decent headphones to give you an edge.
Set your preferences
In PUBG Mobile, a wise warrior always adjust the settings to make sure you fight on your terms. Sun Tzu said that, probably. The game has several settings in the options menu that often go unnoticed, but a bit of tweaking could score you victory.

Seriously, you need to use these. / © AndroidPIT

Is your game running slowly or jankily? Consider setting the graphics settings to low and your FPS settings to high to allow the game to play more smoothly. War is ugly, but winning is beautiful.
You’ll also play faster and more effectively if you tweak some options to suit your style and skill level. In the menu you can adjust sensitivity settings, change location of on-screen icons and disable or adjust the auto-loot settings here. As we mentioned, enabling the left fire button can be a real game-changer.
Look out for cars
One of the most frustrating things in PUBG, Mobile or otherwise, is being caught in a death zone with no fast way to the safe area. You’ll want a fast option, and that often means a car. Once you know where cars are found, keep them in mind for when the walls close in. Some players even prioritize dropping near cars instead of their favorite weapons.
Get some help from your friends
If you’re getting repeatedly dropped in PUBG Mobile’s free-for-all, then you might want to consider playing some squad games to hone your skills, especially if you can get friends you already know to join you. Teamwork, especially with more skilled players, is a little less intense and gives you more breathing room to get to grips with the fundamentals. Your ‘friends’ may regret training you up if you ever meet face-to-bullet in a free-for-all.
That’s all our tips right now for getting starting and dominating in PUBG Mobile. We’ll be adding more as we keep playing, but if you’ve any to share, feel free to leave them in the comments below!

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Our 8 favorite startups from Y Combinator W’18 Demo Day 2 – TechCrunch

Microbiome pills, gambling for one-on-one video games, and potential cancer cures were the highlights from legendary startup accelerator Y Combinator’s Winter 2018 Demo Day 2. You can read about all 64 startups that launched on Day 1 in verticals like biotech and robotics, our picks for the top 7 companies from Day 1, and our full coverage of another 64 startups from Day 2. TechCrunch’s writers huddled and took feedback from investors to create this list, so click (web) or scroll (mobile) to see our 8 picks for the top startups from Day 2.
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Fortnite Getting In-Game Replays, Live Recording Features

It’s no major secret that Fortnite Battle Royale has taken the world by storm, especially when one considers the fact that one financial analyst recently suggested that the game’s success could mean trouble for other companies due to its potential to “impact engagement for all AAA games to some degree”. While other publishers and developers may need to rethink business strategies in regards to its products, Epic Games is set to offer fans of its free-to-play title even more of a reason to remain immersed in the multiplayer sandbox survival game’s world by promising that a replay editor and live recording features are on the way.

As seen below in the clip from the official Unreal Engine YouTube channel, Fortnite players are given a look at the online personality known as Ali-A showing off the new features, as they will allow fans to use footage of recorded gameplay sessions to create replay videos. Unfortunately, though, Epic Games didn’t provide a specific date as to when the editor is coming in the game, but simply stated it’s due “soon” for consoles and PC. However, it did reveal that these tools will be available for Unreal developers to use as part of the engine’s 4.20 update this summer.

There’s no doubt that Fortnite‘s incoming replay editor and live recording tools will be a boon for popular Twitch streamers such as Tyler “Ninja” Blevins and casual fans alike, as these functions will let players dive into a previous game and view the action from practically any angle imaginable while being able to access basically any point of the match. What’s more is that the camera is going to be completely detachable, with the features even offering such detailed visual options as exposure, aperture, and specific focus controls.

All things considered, the forthcoming inclusion of a replay editor in Fortnite will certainly give the game one more notch in its belt to help it compete with titles such as PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, as PUBG added a 3D replay and killcam feature not too long ago. With this being the case, Fortnite fans should set a little bit of storage space aside for the replay footage dedicated to their coveted Victory Royales.

Fortnite is available now in early access for iOS devices, PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.
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