I am the man – Nicholson

first_imgBoys’ Town’s Shamar Nicholson and Rohan Richards of newly promoted Jamalco Football Club are the top scorers with four goals apiece after six rounds of action of the 2016-2017 Red Stripe Premier League season. Nicholson has scored four of the Red Brigade’s five goals this season and relishes the opportunities he has been given by the team’s technical director, Andrew Price. “Coach Price is confident in my ability to score goals, so I am the man,” he told The Gleaner. “My target for the season is 30 goals, which is a lot, but that is the target,” the 19-year-old said. Rochane Smith of the UWI FC is in third position in the goalscoring tables, having scored three goals so far this season. Eleven players from seven clubs have scored two goals each. They are Damari Deacon and Lennox Russell from Arnett Gardens; Levaughan Williams and Wolry Wolfe from Humble Lion; Rodrico Wellington and Nicholas Scott from Maverley-Hughenden; Dino Williams and Allan Ottey of Montego Bay United; Rochane Sharpe of Jamalco; Jermaine Johnson of Tivoli Gardens; and Rodave Murray of Waterhouse. Seventy goals have been scored so far this season, with newcomers Jamalco, who are in third place in the team rankings, leading with 10. With seven goals scored are Arnett Gardens, Maverley-Hughenden, UWI FC, and Humble Lion. Tivoli Gardens FC have scored six goals this season, followed by Portmore United and Boys’ Town with five goals each. Waterhouse with four and Harbour View with two have the lowest number of goals.last_img read more

Korkoya to Complain Sen. Johnson Over Threats

first_imgThe UP prayed for specific orders for Korkoya and the Executive Director to recuse themselves from handling the runoff process.The Chairman of the National Elections Commission (NEC), Jerome G. Korkoya, yesterday said he will make an official complaint against Bomi County Senator Sando D. Johnson to the Senate for threatening to “deal with” the NEC Chairman “politically and legally” for the NEC Board of Commissioners’ (BOC) decision that overturn a recent ruling in favor of Rep. Edwin M. Snowe.On Thursday, August 10, the Board of Commissioners (BOC) overturned a ruling handed down by the Commission’s election disputes chief hearing officer, Muana S. Ville, and declared Rep. Edwin Melvin Snowe, the incumbent Rep. of Montserrado Electoral District #6 who has cast his political net in Senjeh, Bomi Electoral District #1, qualified to run for the district.Addressing journalists at the NEC’s weekly press briefing at the Commission’s headquarters in Monrovia, Korkoya said Sen. Johnson called him on Monday, August 14 and threatened him along with his fellow commissioners that he will deal with them politically and legally. “In consultation with our lawyers, we are not taking Sen. Johnson’s threatening comments lightly. We will, as soon as possible, take our complaint against him to the House of Senate for the threatening remarks,” he noted. He added that, should the final decision from the Senate not be satisfactory to the BOC, they will pursue justice at the Supreme Court. He said that other than the Sen. Johnson’s threatening phone calls, he (Johnson) also sent a couple of text messages saying the same threatening words. “As Africans and particularly in a case like this, I will not take Johnson’s comments for granted,” he said, noting further that Johnson may not only mean the real words “politically” and “legally.” Cllr. Korkoya continued: “He insulted me and my friends and promised to go on radio and make his invectives against us. He wants to intimidate this Commission, but we will not be deterred in executing our mandates as an autonomous body constitutionally established by law,” Korkoya said.Speaking on other issues, he said as the campaign continues, political parties should be mindful of their limitations and operate within the confines of the law. “The Ganta Declaration and the Farmington River Declaration are not dead and we expect every political party to live up its commitment to the two peace agreements,” he admonished. About the printing of ballot papers in Europe, he said there is no need for any politics to be associated with the NEC’s decision to hire a company in Slovenia to print the ballots. “We had a bidding process and this company won the bid after a transparent vetting process that was in line with the Public Procurement and Concession Commission (PPCC),” Korkoya pointed out.He also thanked the government for providing US$8.5 million to the NEC to continue with elections related activities.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

“Respect the Profession or Get Out”

first_imgA cross view of the new students shortly after they were admitted.Associate Justice warns as Louis Arthur Grimes Law School admits 63The Louis Arthur Grimes School of Law at the University of Liberia (UL) has admitted 63 new students into its 2019 academic program, a release has said.At the ceremony, associate Justice of the Supreme Court, Sianeh Yuoh, admonished the in-coming and re-admitted students of the Louis Arthur Grimes School of Law to go the extra mile in their pursuit for legal knowledge, insisting that those who do not love and respect the profession should ‘get out.’Justice Yuoh, who spoke on Monday, September 2, during the opening of a week-long orientation in legal research, analysis and writing for the in-coming and re-admitted students, also urged the students to do everything they can to go for their chosen passion.According to the release, Associate Justice Yuoh entreated the students to search their hearts and make sure they want to be lawyers, citing an experience with a lawyer who the Supreme Court fined and suspended for “incompetence and reckless appearance before the Court.”“So go and think about it, because, if you want to be a lawyer, be a lawyer; you got one week in which to make up your mind. If you do not love and respect this profession, get out,” she admonished.“I’m only saying this to let you know that you have to do more than just getting up one morning and saying, ‘Instead of sitting down and doing nothing, let me go and do law,’” Justice Yuoh warned.The president of the National Trial Judges Association, Judge Roosevelt Willie, urged the students to make maximum use of all that they will be learning to become one of Liberia’s best lawyers.Judge Willie, who was ken on the writing and speaking ability of some lawyers, implored the first-year law students to strive to become the best legal practitioners.Professor Geegbae A. Geegbae, UL Vice President for Institutional Development and Planning, challenged the first-year law students to cultivate a culture of reading and doing more research if they must become professional lawyers. Prof. Geegbae proxied for UL President Dr. Ophelia Inez Weeks.He then encouraged the students to be cognizant of the rules enshrined in the student handbook, adding, “Focus your attention to achieve academic excellence.”Cllr. T. Negbalee Warner, Dean of the Louis Arthur Grimes School of Law, said that the study of law is an exciting thing to do, yet challenging and requires having adequate information, preparation and endurance.“A key prerequisite for any decent chance of succeeding in the study and practice of law is knowing how the law is taught, studied and applied,” Warner said.This year, according to Associate Dean, Jamal C. Dehtho, Jr., more than 250 applications were received, but after a rigorous vetting process that included credential screening, the administering of two separate aptitude tests, and an in-person interview process, only 63 students (20 females and 43 males) met the Law School’s admission threshold.The in-coming students were meanwhile introduced to “legal baptism” into case briefing—a tedious academic exercise that dissects a court’s opinion and key elements and discusses its essence.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Reggie, Machado Lake’s resident reptile, captured after two years on the lam

first_imgReggie was not happy. “He was thrashing and hissing,” said Fred Dowell, nicknamed the “alligator whisperer” by Councilwoman Janice Hahn because he probably saw more of Reggie in the past two years than anyone else. Within minutes, 13 city firefighters received the call to assist and joined the pile-up to restrain the surprised, thrashing animal. Right behind them was Hahn, who coincidentally was in a meeting about the alligator with Recchio and fire officials at her San Pedro office, just minutes away. “We jumped in our cars as fast as we could” when the call came in from the park, Hahn said. At Machado Lake, Hahn finally got her long-awaited formal introduction to Reggie, daring even to pet the hissing reptile ever so briefly. Tied up and pulled onto a plastic skid by park rangers and firefighters, the protesting alligator was carried to a waiting animal control truck and driven, caravan-style with some of his capturers, north in an hourlong trek to the zoo. The lightning-fast capture ended a story that had turned legendary in Harbor City – the story of the seemingly invincible alligator that lurked beneath the lake’s waters, often unseen, and seemed destined to never be caught. News of his capture spread quickly as Reggie fans, television cameras and reporters descended on Ken Malloy Harbor Regional Park. The Reggie caravan to the zoo was given all the pomp of a presidential motorcade, with sirens wailing and lights blaring – and, of course, this being L.A., live television coverage from overhead. “It was unbelievable,” Hahn said. “We had helicopters following us.” The alligator will remain in quarantine at the zoo, where veterinarians will examine him. Or her. Although Reggie has been referred to as “he,” the gator’s sex is one of many questions expected to finally be answered in the coming days. A zoo official referred to Reggie’s new home as akin to Club Med, where he will be fed chicken, fish and other meats. “He looked very healthy,” Hahn said. “He looked good.It was actually very emotional to be that close to him. I was petting him and saying good-bye.” Los Angeles fire Capt. Lafayette Carter, struggling to maintain a serious tone as he recounted the call that came into Station 85, said he’d just returned from a paramedic run when he was summoned to respond to “an alligator.” Minutes later, the Habor City captain found himself, strangely enough, sitting on an alligator’s swinging tail. Assistant Fire Chief Lou Roupoli helped restrain the gator. He estimated Reggie weighed 120 to 140 pounds. Freelance photographer Efrain Iniguez of Wilmington was in the park, ready to take some more shots of Reggie in the lake, when the capture occurred. “(Reggie) was fighting. He didn’t want to get caught,” Iniguez said. Reggie was first spotted on Aug. 12, 2005, and became an instant celebrity as journalists and residents watched as a succession of wranglers from Colorado and Florida attempted to capture the gator. Before he was killed last year in an underwater accident, “Crocodile Hunter” Steve Irwin promised to be the next in line. Reggie disappeared from view for all of 2006, leading some to speculate that he’d died. But when the alligator suddenly resurfaced last month, Irwin’s crew from Australia said they’d come in July to follow through on Irwin’s personal promise made to Hahn. Now that he’s in custody, many would like to see Reggie kept at the zoo. “They should stamp him `Property of Harbor City,”‘ said Leroy Martinez of Harbor City, suggesting that residents will charter a bus to visit Reggie once he’s on exhibit.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Officially, the gator known as Reggie measured in at 6 1/2 feet long and appeared to be healthy with no obvious cuts or bruises, according to a Los Angeles Zoo official. That pronouncement ended what was a remarkable afternoon, the day the celebrity gator was finally nabbed. It all began when a pair of park workers spotted Reggie sunning himself on the southern shore of Machado Lake – with a partially eaten chicken leg lying nearby. He appeared to be settling in for a peaceful afternoon, conveniently wedged in behind a chain-link fence out of public view. The two workers decided to seize the moment. Soon joined by Ian Recchio of the Los Angeles Zoo, who was summoned from a meeting in San Pedro, they crept up from behind – and pounced. Holding the panicked reptile down, the three managed to get a loop around Reggie’s neck and taped his mouth shut with duct tape. Life was getting good for Reggie the alligator. The scaly, long abandoned pet had basked in his own legend on the shores of Machado Lake for nearly two years, eluding one professional gator wrangler after another. But about 3:30 p.m. Thursday, Reggie’s luck simply ran out. When the storied gator was finally captured by a team of quick-thinking park rangers, firefighters and a zoo worker, it all ended remarkably easily, and within about 20 minutes. last_img

Job Vacancy: Baker required at popular Donegal cafe

first_imgJob Vacancy: Management at the popular Workshop Coffee Co in Muff, Co. Donegal are taking applications for a full time Baker:Come join our expanding team at The Workshop. We’re looking for a passionate full time baker who can bring their expertise to our busy coffee shop in Muff, Co. Donegal.Interested individuals must have the following criteria. – Minimum 3 years in the baking industry.– have the skills to bake daily specials with exciting and contemporary flavours.– be available early mornings both midweek and weekends.– be able to manage a busy kitchen.– HACCP compliant.Interested? Email with your CV to theworkshopmuff@gmail.com before Sunday 29th October.Job Vacancy: Baker required at popular Donegal cafe was last modified: October 17th, 2017 by Rachel McLaughlinShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:bakerCaféEmploymentjobsmuffrestaurantVacancyWorkshop Coffee Colast_img read more

Sowa Named Bulldog Student-Athlete of the Week

first_imgSowa, an outfielder for the Drake softball team, went 2-for-4 at the plate in the second game against Wichita State on March 18. She hit an early triple in the first inning, scoring freshman teammate Mandi Roemmich for the Bulldogs’ first run of the game. She later scored in the third inning after opening the frame with a single.Sowa recorded one hit in the final game against Wichita the following day, March 19. She also scored during the fifth inning due to a Wichita State error and a wild pitch and drove in a run. Sowa and the women’s softball team travel to Omaha, Neb. to face Creighton on March 22 at 4 p.m. Following the game against Creighton, the Bulldogs continue their road trip returning to MVC play at SIU for a three-game series on March 25-26. Academically, Sow holds a 3.56 grade point average and is majoring in English and secondary education. Megan Sowa, a senior from Gurnee, Ill., has been named this week’s Bulldog Student-Athlete of the Week, presented by Drake Graduate and Professional Programs. About Drake Graduate & Professional ProgramsDrake University offers graduate and professional programs in business, law, health care, leadership, education, public administration, counseling, executive education, and communication. At Drake, students discover proven outcomes, flexible scheduling for working professionals, and career advancement. Learn more about how Drake’s graduate and professional programs can take your career to the next level at www.drake.edu/graduate Print Friendly Versionlast_img read more

TABLE QUIZ FUNDRAISER FOR ST EUNAN’S 4 FÉILE TEAMS

first_imgSt Eunan’s GAA Club will host a Féile fundraising Table Quiz this Saturday Night, March 28th in the newly refurbished club house at O’Donnell Park at 9pm.The club is fielding teams in girls and boys Football, Camogie and Hurling for Féile 2015.Teams of 4 for €20 are welcome this Saturday and all support will be greatly appreciated. If you haven’t been out to the Clubhouse since it was redecorated, why not come out and show your support for these youngsters who will represent the club on the national stage in June. TABLE QUIZ FUNDRAISER FOR ST EUNAN’S 4 FÉILE TEAMS was last modified: March 23rd, 2015 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:FeilefundraiserO’Donnell ParkSt Eunan’s GAAlast_img read more

Cape Town’s big noon bang

first_imgA signal from the South AfricanAstronomical Observatory’s atomic clockensures the Noon Day Gun is fired atexactly the right time.(Image © Willy Koorts, South AfricanAstronomical Observatory)MEDIA CONTACTS• South African Navy Public RelationsCaptain Jaco Theunissen, PBsanpro@telkomsa.net• Noon Gun Tea Room and Restaurant+27 21 423 9978noonguntearoom@gmail.com• Cape Town Tourism+27 21 405 4500info@tourismcapetown.co.zaRichard HolmesAs hidden attractions go, Cape Town’s Noon Day Gun is hard to miss.Jaded office workers barely look up from their desks when the cannons of Lion Battery boom across the city, but tourists are easy to spot, jumping in alarm with the frenzied look of someone under attack.In truth, though, the two 18-pounder smooth-bore muzzle-loading guns on the slopes above the city have not been fired in anger since the short-lived Battle of Muizenberg (PDF, 113 KB) on 7 August 1795.That’s just one snippet of Cape Town trivia you’ll discover on a visit to the Lion Battery on the rump of Signal Hill, where each day an officer from the South African Navy regales a small crowd of tourists and curious locals with the history of Cape Town’s oldest living tradition.Cast by London’s Walker & Company in 1794, the two cannons were brought to the Cape during the 1795 British occupation and for over a century were fired from the Imhoff Battery in the city bowl.The noon firing wasn’t simply a case of trigger-happy soldiers, though. The daily firing allowed ships to set their chronometers to the correct time – vital information when navigating by sextant on the high seas. During the First and Second World Wars the daily firing was also used to mark a two-minute silence for the fallen.In 1902, with the city of Cape Town growing around the Imhoff Battery, the decision was made (presumably encouraged by deafened residents) to move them to their current site on the slopes of Signal Hill.The two cannons – only one is fired, but both are loaded daily in case of a misfire – are the oldest of their type in the world and, as the signboard at the Battery will tell you, have been fired over 63 800 times since 1803. In all that time it has failed to fire only once – in January 2005.Although the Battery now falls within the Table Mountain National Park, the South African Navy is still responsible for firing the guns six days per week. Sundays are for rest … and peace and quiet.So, with cannons loaded, how is the gun fired (video) at exactly noon each day? The apocryphal explanation goes like this. A man walks into a Long Street watchmaker, and notices that all the clocks on the wall are showing precisely the same time. “How do you always know the correct time?” the man asks.“Well, I simply listen for the Noon Day Gun, and I set all my clocks by that,” replies the watchmaker.Intrigued, the man decides to visit the Noon Day Gun, and asks the Navy officer on duty how he knows when it’s exactly noon to fire the cannon. “Well,” says the officer, holding a telescope to his eye, “there’s this watchmaker down there on Long Street with a clock in the window …”The reality is far more precise. An electrical signal is sent from the South African Astronomical Observatory (which has an unfailingly accurate atomic clock) a few milliseconds before noon. This burst of energy zips across telephone lines, ignites the firing cap on the cannon, sparks the gunpowder and … boom!The show might be over for another day, but that’s only half the attraction of this corner of Cape Town. Just a short walk from the cannons you’ll find a slice of the Cape’s culinary history.At the top of Longmarket Street, surely the steepest road in Cape Town, the last house on the left has been home to the Misbach family for over 65 years. For the last 16 it’s also been home to one of Cape Town’s loveliest restaurants, the Noon Gun Tea Room and Restaurant.Long popular with overseas tourists, curious locals are slowly starting to venture up the steep cobbled street to tuck into the delicious bredies, breyanis and bobotie cooked up by Zaini Misbach and her family.“These are all my grandmother’s recipes. Passed on from her grandmother, and then her grandmother,” says Zaini. “The original Malay people made do with the spices they found here in the Cape so they are spicy dishes, but toned down from what you’d find in the East.”Main courses range from R75 to R95, but come in hearty portions that offer great value for money.“On Saturday nights we have what we call our ‘Recession meal’, which is just R65 per person for a three-course meal – and there’s live jazz too!” says Zaini.Whether you stop in for a recession-busting bredie or just block your ears at the stroke of noon, this is certainly one corner of the Cape’s colourful history worth exploring.Noon Day GunLion Battery, Military Road, Bo-KaapTurn from Buitengracht into Bloem Street, and follow the signsArrive before 11.45am to hear the history of the Noon Day GunAdmission freeThe Noon Gun Tea Room & Restaurant273 Longmarket Street, Bo-Kaap+27 21 423 9978Open for lunch and dinner Monday to Saturday. Lunch only on SundaysIn keeping with Malay culture, no alcohol is served, or allowed, in the restaurantlast_img read more

Nokia’s Partnership With Microsoft Hurts More Than It Helps

first_imgRole of Mobile App Analytics In-App Engagement Tags:#Nokia#Windows Phone 8 Nokia has bet the company on Microsoft and its Windows Phone mobile operating system. That would be a risky but defensible bet… if Nokia was the only company making Windows Phones. Unfortunately for Nokia, other mobile manufacturers also vie for consumer attentions with Windows Phones, notably HTC and Samsung, two companies that have been directly responsible for Nokia’s overall fall from grace in the last few years. In many ways, Nokia’s partnership with Microsoft has hurt it as much as it has helped.(For more, see ReadWrite DeathWatch: Nokia.)When third-quarter smartphone shipment numbers were released last week, Nokia, for the first time, had fallen out of the top three manufacturers in the world. By research firm Strategy Analytics’ count, Nokia fell all the way to ninth!There are a variety of reasons for Nokia’s third-quarter disaster. The most obvious is that the competition has kept moving forward with new devices that enables them to sell their older versions at more affordable prices. For instance, Samsung’s strategy of releasing new devices almost every quarter make its quality long-tail offerings, like the Galaxy S II, attractive options to price-conscious buyers. In the U.S. market, Nokia does not have that long tail as its only available devices are the Lumias available from the likes of T-Mobile and AT&T – all of which were released earlier in 2012. But the biggest reason for Nokia falling behind in the smartphone race has been the lack of consumer interest, so far, in Windows Phones. Research firm IDC placed Windows Phone a pathetic fifth in the mobile operating system wars for the third quarter of 2012, witha paltry 3.5% of the market, far behind Android (68.1%) and iOS (16.9%) and even lagging BlackBerry (4.8%) and Nokia’s own dying Symbian platform (4.4%). Nokia Does Not Own Windows PhoneNokia may sell the lion’s share of Windows’s Phone’s 3.5%, but that adds up to only about 5.4 million units or so. And the competition within the Windows Phone world is only getting stiffer.HTC has two Windows Phones that are will be available this holiday shopping season, the 8S and 8X. Both devices are slim and attractive with uni-body designs, offer HTC-specific features like Beats Audio and are generally just quality pieces of hardware. If you were not paying a lot of attention, the 8S and 8X could definitely be mistaken for Nokia’s own Lumia 820 and 920 devices, scheduled for release in November. The difference between HTC and Nokia, though, is that HTC also has the well-designed and popular Android One series devices on top of its Windows Phone offerings. HTC has struggled against the likes of Samsung and Apple this year, but it still shipped 7.3 million smartphones in the third quarter, well above Nokia’s numbers. Exclusive Is Not Always A Good ThingThis is where Nokia gets hurt by its exclusive partnership with Microsoft. The mobile manufacturer is beholden to Microsoft’s release schedule for its Windows 8 platform, a project that has been in the works for three years and is just now being pushed out (along with a huge marketing campaign). Devices running Window Phone 7.5 “Mango” cannot be upgraded to the new Windows Phone 8 platform, thus turning all of Nokia’s Lumia devices from the past year in to lame ducks, just waiting to be phased out. While Nokia has a reputation for being slow in comparison to the primary Android manufacturers, Microsoft reputation is for being even slower. The combination has hurt Nokia more than it has Microsoft. The third quarter numbers are proof enough – but the real test to see how Nokia will fare will be seen during the holiday shopping period. In short, Nokia needs Microsoft a lot more than Microsoft needs Nokia. That relationship, at this point, is doing more harm than good for the future of the once-powerful Finnish brand.  dan rowinski Related Posts center_img The Rise and Rise of Mobile Payment Technology What it Takes to Build a Highly Secure FinTech … Why IoT Apps are Eating Device Interfaceslast_img read more

ARM: One trillion IoT devices by 2035, $5 trillion in market value

first_imgInternet of Things Makes it Easier to Steal You… Follow the Puck Tags:#ARM#business#Connected Devices#Future#Internet of Things#IoT#productivity#Softbank Related Posts The Internet of Things will be the next stage in the computer revolution, this time focused on the “type of data we collect,” according to a whitepaper from ARM.The British semiconductor firm, recently acquired by SoftBank for $32 billion, estimates that one trillion IoT devices will be built between 2017 to 2035, adding $5 trillion to the global GDP.See Also: SoftBank wants autonomous shuttle on public roads by 2020The estimate follows a comment by Masayoshi Son, the chairman and CEO of SoftBank, who said in the next twenty years that one trillion IoT devices are coming. He predicted that the influx of IoT devices will “redefine all industries.”ARM sees the advantages of IoT devices in all business areas: revenue, profit, and productivity. In the paper, it sees a five percent potential output boost in food production and distribution, manufacturing, wholesale and retail, and healthcare and social assistance.IoT is expected to become even more valuable as the cost of devices and components falls dramatically, similar to the decline in processors and other computer costs leading to the proliferation of PCs at home and in the workplace.A whole new worldWith the introduction of AI and machine learning, enterprises will be able to embark on projects never thought possible before. These could include hourly diagnosis of how to treat a specific type of cancer or a self-driving network that does not require traffic lights, reducing congestion.$1 trillion will be spent on IoT modules and data services, according to ARM, and $750 billion will be spent between 2017 and 2035 on IoT connectivity modules.Gartner, a research firm, predicts 20 billion IoT devices will be in use by 2020, another research firm Juniper expects 38 billion. Between 2025 and 2035, the industry is expected to start to deploy IoT devices across all channels.ARM is seen as one of the key players in the deployment of IoT, especially now that it is owned by SoftBank, a company that is betting big on emerging technologies.center_img David Curry Why IoT Apps are Eating Device Interfaces Small Business Cybersecurity Threats and How to…last_img read more