Day: April 10, 2019

Playoff scenarios after Wednesday’s games

NBA.com: News Go to Source The 2018-19 NBA season ended tonight, with the NBA Playoffs set to begin on April 13. * * * EASTERN CONFERENCE PLAYOFF MATCHUPS (1) Milwaukee Bucks vs. (8) Detroit Pistons (2) Toronto Raptors vs. (7) Orlando Magic (3) Philadelphia 76ers vs. (6) Brooklyn Nets (4) Boston Celtics vs. (5) Indiana Pacers Brooklyn Nets ✔️ […]

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Le projet de loi sur la laïcité, produit d’un État mature, dit l’avocate Julie Latour

Radio-Canada | Nouvelles « Nettoyage ethnique » : Trudeau dénonce les propos du maire de Hampstead La présence persistante de la prière dans la politique canadienne Justin Trudeau défend les modifications pour les demandes d’asile Go to Source

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Recycling robot can sort paper and plastic by touch

Engadget RSS Feed Jason Dorfman, MIT CSAIL It can be a pain for workers to sort recycling, both because of the safety and the sheer monotony of it. But how do you get robots to do the job when they can’t always tell the difference between a can and a cardboard tube? For MIT CSAIL, […]

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Sudbury court: Speeding ATV driver crashes and knocked unconscious

Sudbury Star A Killarney man who drove his all-terrain vehicle at a high rate of speed in the dark with no headlights on, went through an intersection where he collided with a motor vehicle, was knocked unconscious and then drove off when he came to has been given a suspended sentence and one-year licence suspension. […]

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KGHM’s mines in Canada face uncertain future

Sudbury Star Morrison Mine / KGHM INTERNATIONAL LTD. Poland’s KGHM, which operates mines in Sudbury, may freeze some projects in Canada or the U.S. if they require big investments, its chief executive told Reuters on Wednesday. “We are not currently thinking about selling foreign assets,” said Marcin Chludzinski told Reuters. “We’re considering strategies for the […]

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The black hole photo you’ve seen everywhere is thanks to this MIT grad’s algorithm

Mashable The black hole image was thanks to an innovative algorithm by Katie Bouman. Image:  Event Horizon Telescope Collaboration By Johnny Lieu2019-04-11 03:07:55 UTC You’ve seen the very first photo of a black hole, now meet the person who helped to pull it together. MIT grad student Katie Bouman was behind the algorithm which helped […]

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Late goal from Tyler Bozak lifts Blues over Jets

CBC | NHL News Go to Source Tyler Bozak scored with 2:05 left in the third period to give the St. Louis Blues a 2-1 victory over the Winnipeg Jets on Wednesday in Game 1 of their Western Conference opening-round playoff series. Blues forward Pat Maroon sent a backhand pass from behind the net out […]

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LeBron, Carmelo, Chris Paul courtside for Wade’s last game

NBA.com: News Go to Source Longtime friends and competitors Carmelo Anthony, Chris Paul and LeBron James took in Dwyane Wade’s final game courtside in Brooklyn. NEW YORK (AP) — Dwyane Wade has some superstar fans on hand for his final NBA game. LeBron James, Chris Paul and Carmelo Anthony were all sitting courtside in Brooklyn […]

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Five ‘shoot the lights out’ to take series lead

Sudbury Star Jaylen Bland, right, of the Sudbury Five, drives to the basket against Murphy Burnatowski, of the St. John’s Edge, during playoff basketball action at the Sudbury Community Arena in Sudbury, Ont. on Wednesday April 10, 2019. John Lappa/Sudbury Star/Postmedia Network / John Lappa/Sudbury Star If Jaylen Bland’s recent recognition as Newcomer of the […]

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Childish Gambino’s ‘Guava Island’ movie comes to Amazon this weekend

Engadget RSS Feed Donald Glover already has something special planned with Google’s Pixel 3 to go with his performance at Coachella this weekend, but he’s not stopping there tie-ins. After his set ends on Saturday morning (he’s scheduled to take the stage at 2:25 AM ET) the actor, comedian and musician will release a new […]

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