Logitech has launched three new tablet cases in India, which cater to the iPad Air, iPad mini with retina display and Samsung Galaxy tab 4 10.1. Both the Big Bang cases cost Rs 4,995, while the Keyboard Folio for the Samsung Galaxy Tab costs Rs 6,495.The Big Bang cases for the iPad Air and iPad mini with retina display are rugged protective cases. Logitech claims extreme durability as it is made up of shock absorbent materials, which have been utilised in aerospace, automotive and sports products. It’s also an impact protective case and protects both the versions of the iPad from bumps, scratches and spills, claims Logitech.According to the company, both the cases have been dropped from an height of 1.4 meters, which exceeds the US Military standard of 1.22 meters.The keyboard folio has been specifically designed for the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 10.1. It’s essentially a keyboard attachment, which doubles as a case. It has a dual view stand, which works in two positions for typing.It has a secure lock system in place, which according to Logitech keeps the tablet latched on and makes for easy removal of the tablet. Logitech, claims that the case is water repellent and built using materials that will protect the tablet from accidental spills, bumps or drops.Follow writer on Twitter @DigitallyBones
by Brian McKenna, The Canadian Press Posted Jun 30, 2015 6:02 am MDT Last Updated Jun 30, 2015 at 3:16 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Toronto, New York markets close on better note after big drop amid Greek woes TORONTO – Buyers returned to North American stock markets Tuesday after frantic selling the previous session sparked by the Greek debt crisis drove most major indexes into the red for the year to date.The S&P/TSX composite index closed up a solid 63.18 points at 14,553.33, but still finished the first six months of the year with a slight loss courtesy of an almost 318-point plunge on Monday.The loonie was down sharply, off 0.64 of a U.S. cent at 80.06 cents amid speculation of a possible rate cut by the Bank of Canada after Statistics Canada reported gross domestic product contracted for a fourth consecutive month in April.Gareth Watson, director, investment management and research, Richardson GMP, described the GDP numbers as “disappointing,” noting economists had been expecting a 0.1 per cent gain versus the 0.1 per cent loss the economy actually delivered.“It will get some people talking about potentially a technical recession if Q2 ends up being in negative territory,” Watson said.“But, more broadly speaking, the concern here is that the Bank of Canada might look at the data and feel that perhaps another interest rate cut is necessary … and, of course, the Canadian dollar will always fall on those expectations that rates are going to go lower.”In New York, indexes were also higher after big drops Tuesday, with the Dow Jones industrial average advancing 23.16 points to 17,619.51 following a 350-point drop Monday, its biggest of the year.The Nasdaq bounced back 28.40 points to 4,986.87 and the S&P 500 added 5.47 points to 2,063.11 and was marginally in positive territory for the year to date.In commodities, the August oil contract rose $1.14 to US$59.47 a barrel, while the August gold fell $7.20 to US$1,171.80 an ounce.Canadian markets will be closed Wednesday for the Canada Day holiday. New York markets will remain open but close Friday in advance of the July 4th Independence Day holiday on Saturday.Despite the recovery on markets Tuesday, Greece’s debt woes appear likely to drive volatility for some time to come.Currently, talks are at a standstill and the Greek people face a referendum on Sunday called by Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras to accept or reject austerity terms demanded by creditors. As a result, Athens seemed certain to miss a midnight deadline Tuesday to make a 1.6-billion-euro repayment to the International Monetary Fund.“It’s been said that the IMF will give them a month’s grace period before taking any type of action,” Watson said, adding that the next big date is July 20 “when it owes, I believe, the (European Central Bank) some money.”So expect ongoing volatility between now and July 20 “no matter what the outcome (of the referendum) and definitely if the answer is ‘No,’” he added.Note to readers: This is a corrected story: A previous version gave an incorrect number for the S&P 500 close
The upcoming winter tourist season expected to be one of the best ever. Story Highlights There were 1,659,330 visitors from January to October 2013. The figures for Montego Bay and Kingston are showing increases for September and October. Minister of Tourism and Entertainment, Hon. Dr. Wykeham McNeill, says the tourism industry is showing good results, with the upcoming winter tourist season expected to be one of the best ever.“I am pleased to tell you that the tourism industry is doing well. We have enjoyed a good summer after a relatively weak winter (2012) and even with 2,000 (10 per cent) of room inventory off the market, Jamaica’s visitor arrivals since August have bucked the regional trend for flat arrivals in 2013,” the Minister said.Dr. McNeill, who was addressing the official launch of the Agro-Tourism Farmers’ Market Initiative in Negril on October 30, informed that there were 1,659,330 visitors from January to October, which is a 0.2 per cent increase over the same period last year.“In fact, we are experiencing the best October ever,” he said, noting that arrivals are expected to reach the two million mark by year-end.He said the figures for Montego Bay and Kingston are showing increases for September and October, with Kingston’s performance being particularly impressive, given the absence of 303 rooms due to the closure of Wyndham Kingston Hotel.He credited the improvements to the continued drive to diversify the source markets, moving beyond the traditional markets of the United States, Canada, and Western Europe, and tapping into Latin American and Eastern Europe.“We have good airlifts arrangements in place,” the Tourism Minister indicated.“Starting November 1, Russia will be moving from 320 seats to 500 seats. Then on November 7, the Boeing 787 Dreamliner will make its inaugural flight to the Caribbean, landing in Montego Bay. The extended flying range and fuel efficiency of this Dreamliner mean bigger and better things for Jamaica as it will open up new market opportunities for Jamaica, enabling us to reach deeper into Europe and Asia than had been possible before,” he pointed out.The Minister also revealed that the waiving of visa requirements has assisted in gaining ground in Russia and opened the door to Scandinavia (Denmark, Norway, Hungary and Sweden) the Czech Republic, Poland, Slovakia, and Ukraine.“While these numbers are great for Jamaica and great for the economy, I am on a mission to ensure that every Jamaican benefits from the tourism earnings. Tourism can be sustainable if the man on the ground is involved and enjoys the tourism returns,” Dr. McNeill said.
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K. France Germany Italy Japan and Canada–in La Malbaie Quebec on June 8 and 9 is unusually interesting The host nation’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau previewed the G-7 meeting as “extraordinarily valuable because it’s an opportunity for like-minded nations to come together and talk about shared challenges” Like-minded Shared challenges Not with a US President who sees allies as constraints and prefers to get things done by twisting arms and making threats Donald Trump made his mark in the cutthroat world of New York real estate the way a tough-minded poker player bullies those at the table with less money to spend He played as if he had bottomless pockets The guy who is not afraid to lose a few hands likes to push the stakes to go all in and to dare those across the table to accept more risk by staying in the game With that strategy he won many hands without always holding the best cards or sitting on a fat wallet As President Trump brought this strategy to the table with South Korea and Brazil When he made trade threats the governments of those countries knew they could bring the US before the World Trade Organization and (probably) win But that would take years and their economies would suffer much damage in the meantime Instead they cut deals And so they figured: Give the bully some of what he wants and maybe he’ll turn his attention toward someone else (The renegotiation of NAFTA may eventually end in the same fashion) But there are limits to this strategy What happens when someone calls Trump’s bluff If Kim Jong Un steps into the white-hot spotlight that follows Trump and offers him something tomorrow but nothing today what does Trump do about it Launch a strike that risks a war Call him names Threaten tariffs on China so it puts more pressure on North Korea Furthermore what happens when Trump discovers he doesn’t have the big advantage he thinks he has Trump believes (correctly) that if it comes to a trade war the US economy can withstand more pain than the Chinese economy But Chinese President Xi Jinping believes (correctly) that Trump is politically much more vulnerable; Xi doesn’t need to win swing states to remain in charge Sanctions targeted at Trump voters can do more damage more quickly than Trump might expect Finally when you discover you’ve picked a tougher fight than you expected it’s best to have friends in the room Like say the G-7 allies But as those meeting with Trump in Quebec during this summit already know Trump’s “America first” approach is backed by the threat of US power not the opportunities created by shared values and common interests Because of this it’s worth noting the meeting of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization which will bring Russia India Iran and others to China on June 9 and 10 The Europeans Japanese and Canadians all know that trade with China will be a big part of their future China may even soon overtake the US as the EU’s largest trade partner International relations are not a poker game In a world of “every nation for itself”–a G-zero world–it’s harder than ever to accomplish anything ambitious without allies Trump’s indiscriminate use of “I dare you to fight” tactics with friends and foes alike is eroding not only traditional alliances but also the institutions those alliances have sustained over many decades Over the long term that’s bad for the US and bad for the world Contact us at editors@timecom This appears in the June 18 2018 issue of TIME IDEAS TIME Ideas hosts the world’s leading voices providing commentary on events in news society and culture We welcome outside contributions Opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect the views of TIME editors The memorandum also stated that the Law School Hijab crises had brought to the fore the myriad of persecution faced by Muslim women because of hijab in various sectors.