Scoreboard roundup — 11/1/18

first_img FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailiStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) —  Here are the scores from yesterday’s sports events:NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATIONDenver 110, Cleveland 91Philadelphia 122, L.A. Clippers 113Oklahoma City 111, Charlotte 107Sacramento 146, Atlanta 115Boston 117, Milwaukee 113Portland 132, New Orleans 119NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUEWinnipeg 4, Florida 2N-Y Islanders 3, Pittsburgh 2Dallas 2, Toronto 1Detroit 4, New Jersey 3Montreal 6, Washington 4Nashville 4, Tampa Bay 1Ottawa 4, Buffalo 2St. Louis 5, Vegas 3Calgary 6, Colorado 5Edmonton 4, Chicago 0N-Y Rangers 3, Anaheim 2Philadelphia 5, L.A. Kings 2Columbus 4, San Jose 1TOP-25 COLLEGE FOOTBALL(9) UCF 52, Temple 40NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUESan Francisco 34, Oakland 3Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved. Written by Beau Lundcenter_img November 2, 2018 /Sports News – National Scoreboard roundup — 11/1/18last_img read more

Café Bar takes espresso to a new planet

first_imgCafé Bar has launched an Italian-manufactured espresso unit, CMA-Planet. The classic-looking espresso machine is available in a range of configurations to suit a variety of businesses. The machine is available in single, double, triple or quad-brew versions and the operator can choose between automatic and semi-automatic modes. Semi-automatic systems function via a stop/start switch, which begins the brewing process. Once coffee extraction is complete the process is stopped manually.For high-volume locations, the fully automatic CMA-Planet operates independently, leaving the operator free to undertake other tasks. Once the brewing cycle is finished, the system stops automatically, ready for service.The stainless steel machine also delivers cappuccinos, lattes and other coffee favourites.Cost: from £2,400[]last_img read more

No more illegal phones: Indonesia to impose IMEI control regulation on April 18

first_imgOn that basis, people who want to buy new cell phones starting April 18 should check the legality of the devices on the Industry Ministry’s website. Those who have ordered devices from overseas that arrive in the country after April 18 should register their devices’ IMEI via an app that will be prepared by the government.However, cell phones that are activated and used prior to the date will not be blocked, Ismail said.“Don’t worry. They [existing phone users] don’t need to register anything,” he stressed.Read also: Government to test illegal cellphone restrictions based on IMEI The government will start blocking unregistered cell phones starting April 18 as it imposes the International Mobile Equipment Identity (IMEI) policy to curb the circulation of illegal phones. Blocked phones will not be able to connect to mobile networks.“The government is committed to implementing the IMEI controlling with a white list scheme or preventive measures so people can determine the legality of certain devices before buying them,” said Communications and Information Ministry director general for resources and postal and informatics devices, Ismail, in Jakarta on Friday. The government issued in October last year a regulation that allows a national IMEI system to identify illegal cell phones and requires operators to block them from networks. The phones are commonly sold on domestic and overseas black market.The Communications and Information Ministry is working with the Trade Ministry, the Industry Ministry, the Finance Ministry as well as network operators to implement the regulation.An IMEI number is unique to each device for identification purposes.Cellular network operators will be able to block a certain phone by matching the IMEI of the device connected to its network and the government’s database. If the identity is not registered, operators can block it from their network.Topics :last_img read more

Virginia assured of longer run in Charlotte this year after ousting N.C. State in ACC play

Virginia also received a surprise boost from senior big man Jack Salt, who scored a career-high 18 points after not scoring in his previous five games.The Cavs’ defense, meanwhile, found a way to stop State’s Derek Funderburk, who scored 10 points off the bench in the first half but just two in the second half.UVA, ranked second in the nation, will continue its pursuit of back-to-back ACC titles Friday when it takes on No. 4 Florida State in the ACC semifinals. N.C. State will now await its NCAA fate on Selection Sunday. MORE: March Madness bracket predictionsThe top-seeded Cavs (29-2) did encounter uncomfortable moments during their 76-56 victory — they let a double-digit lead slip away in the first half and trailed by two after 20 minutes — but they weren’t worried about repeating history.”I think we’ve grown from that experience. We’ve owned it. We’ve talked about it,” Virginia coach Tony Bennett said. “We had a great year last year and a hard loss, but it’s time to press on.”Bennett’s veteran players understood what the team needed to do against eighth-seeded State (22-11): take care of the ball, buckle down on defense and make shots.MORE: ACC Tournament results, scores, schedule”Calm is contagious. It starts with coach Bennett and ripples all the way down to our first-years. When you have experience, you stay calm in these situations,” said junior guard Kyle Guy, who led all scorers with 29 points and set a school record for an ACC Tournament game with seven 3-pointers.UVA made a lot of shots in the second half (63 percent from the floor), and the Pack just could not keep up. Guy finished 10 for 13 from the field and 7 for 9 from 3.MORE: Last-second shot leads FSU past Va. Tech in OT CHARLOTTE, N.C. — The last time the Virginia Cavaliers played at the Spectrum Center, they left with a nasty taste in their mouths. They had just been upset by UMBC, becoming the first NCAA Tournament No. 1 seed to lose to a 16-seed.When they returned to Charlotte on Thursday, two days before the one-year anniversary of that loss, they wanted to make sure they left the arena on a better note. They did just that against North Carolina State in the ACC Tournament quarterfinals. read more