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Roundup: Newcastle Win Keeps Relegation at Bay

Saturday, April 30th, 2016:

Newcastle moved out of the English Premier League’s relegation zone after a superb free kick in the second half by midfielder Andros Townsend gave the Magpies a 1-0 win at home over Crystal Palace on Saturday. Townsend’s strike flew into the top corner from over 25 yards out, giving his team an important win as it bids for survival. Karl Darlow saved a penalty by the former Newcastle player Yohan Cabaye after a handball from Papiss Cisse. Newcastle is now in 17th place, which places the team provisionally out of the relegation zone. The team was 1 point above Sunderland […] Read More →

Completely change the look of your iPhone with round folder icons, no jailbreak needed

Saturday, April 30th, 2016:

This has got to be one of the coolest iOS bugs we’ve seen in a long time, and we’re keeping our fingers crossed that Apple doesn’t fix it anytime soon. Little glitches are common to find here and there in iOS, as is the case with any other software platform. Sometimes they’re serious bugs that compromise the security of your iPhone or iPad, but sometimes they’re harmless little glitches that offer some unexpected side effects. The latest bug found in the iOS platform thankfully falls into the latter category, and it gives your iPhone or iPad an awesome new look typically reserved […] Read More →

Deutsche integrity committee head to quit

Saturday, April 30th, 2016:

©AFP Georg Thoma is to resign from Deutsche Bank’s supervisory board after coming under fire from other board members in a battle over how to deal with the German bank’s past scandals. The veteran corporate lawyer was brought on to the board by chairman Paul Achleitner in 2013 and headed the integrity committee, whose remit includes overseeing the bank’s efforts to comply with legal and regulatory requirements. More On this topic IN Banks However, Mr Thoma’s approach left him at odds with some colleagues, and on Sunday, Alfred Herling, Deutsche’s vice-chairman, took the unusual step of publicly criticising his actions […] Read More →

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