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    IF HALF the shots Dean Henderson faces are as fierce as those he aimed at Manchester United, he’s in for the busiest season of his life. Ahead of starting on-loan life at Nottingham Forest, keeper Henderson gave United both barrels at what he labelled their criminal treatment of him. 4Dean Henderson's Man Utd career is seemingly over after his outburst It wasn’t so much a case of burning his bridges at Old Trafford as taking a ton of gelignite to them — and it’s safe to say his days in Manchester are done. Henderson has been around long enough to realise what the fallout would be and the social media cesspit was soon spewing bile in his direction. Nothing but a spoilt brat, said some. Pathetic, said others. Should keep quiet and grow a backbone, in the eyes of one more high-profile ‘expert’. All of whom seem to have forgotten Henderson had every right to believe those at United who told him he’d be first-choice keeper last season. READ MORE IN FOOTBALLDEAN & DUSTED Henderson told by pundit &...
    Apple's latest device, the iPhone 14, is not due to be unveiled until next month, but the rumour mill has been churning as fans speculate about what it will look like. The series will reportedly include an iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Pro, iPhone 14 Max and an iPhone 14 Pro Max, but no iPhone Mini. Insiders have already revealed that the iPhone 14 Pro model will have a larger camera 'bump' than before as the lenses offer higher resolution snap.  The handset may also come in a purple colour as a 'fun' option, replacing pink for the standard iPhone 13 and Sierra Blue for the iPhone 13 Pro. Since 2017, all iPhones come with a 'notch' at the top of the front display that houses the front-facing camera and the Face ID sensors. However it has been widely circulated that the Cupertino firm will be ditching this in favour or a 'hole punch' camera and pill-shaped cutout for the Face ID elements. Ahead of its release, MailOnline looks at the features we may expect from the latest version of the smartphone favourite. Insiders have revealed...
    Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck tied the knot in Las Vegas on Saturday, but that is just the warm up, it appears. The lovebirds are planning on having a big wedding with friends and family in the near future, according to People. But the actors, who first dated 20 years ago and only rekindled their relationship last year with an engagement in April, do not yet have a honeymoon in mind. More to come? Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck tied the knot in Las Vegas on Saturday, but that is just the warm up, it appears. Seen at their nuptials  The bride wore white: She was seen with a white lace dress on a veil while holding flowers People shared on Monday that the elopement is just the start of Jennifer and Ben's wedding season.   Mr and Mrs Affleck 'plan on having a bigger party so they can celebrate with family and friends.' RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 2 Next Jennifer Garner is seen driving in Los Angeles for the first... Jennifer Lopez and Ben...
    Apple's upcoming flagship smartwatch will have a 5 per cent bigger display and be able to track your body temperature to detect if you have a fever, leaks suggest.  According to prolific Apple tipster Mark Gurman in Los Angeles, the firm will add body-temperature detection to its Series 8 model, expected to be released this autumn.  Meanwhile, another leaker, Ross Young in Austin, Texas, claims the Series 8's screen size will measure 1.99 inches diagonally. This would make the Series 8 the biggest Apple Watch screen yet, although the biggest on the market overall is the Domiwear DM100, which has a whopping 2.86-inch screen.  In comparison, the Apple Watch Series 7‌, released last year, was available with either a 1.691-inch or a 1.901-inch screen.    Apple is expected to release a total of three smartwatches this autumn, including the Series 8, which is also rumoured to have a flat screen.  Apple is expected to release a total of three smartwatches this autumn, including the Series 8, which is also rumoured to have a flat screen. Renders created by Arkansas-based leaker and YouTube host Jon Prosser show...
    Getty Brandon Aiyuk and Deebo Samuel could get some rare offensive help this fall. The San Francisco 49ers faced a need to improve in two areas during the 2022 offseason. They addressed the need through someone who isn’t considered a household name in the NFL landscape and hasn’t made a Pro Bowl, but has been hailed as a “fascinating signing” and is one of three new additions predicted to be more impactful than expected in his new surroundings with the 49ers. Joe Tansey of Bleacher Report revealed his list of impactful free agents on the 49ers on Wednesday, June 15. And he believes Ray-Ray McCloud will make “a bigger offensive impact than expected.” ALL the latest 49ers news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on 49ers newsletter here! Join Heavy on 49ers! Why McCloud is More Impactful Than Advertised Read More From Heavy Bet $5, Win $250 on the NBA Finals or Any Other Event Why is Tansey a believer in the veteran return ace? Who comes over via the Pittsburgh Steelers? “Ray-Ray...
    The 20 best election movies 100-Year-Old Companies Still in Business Today Joel Embiid is a great player for the Philadelphia 76ers ... (wait for it) ...  When healthy.  The last part is attached to practically any conversation regarding Embiid. He has dealt with injuries his entire career, and the latest one doesn't come at the best time for the 76ers.  Embiid hadn't been ruled out as of Tuesday night, but he was considered doubtful according to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski. Assuming Embiid is not going to play, Game 5 against the Washington Wizards becomes a lot more interesting.  The Wizards are 6-point underdogs at BetMGM, which seems high given how they played in Game 4 with Embiid out most of the game. The 76ers are a different team without Embiid, which shouldn't be a surprise. They were 39-12 in the regular season with Embiid and 10-11 without him. They won the first three games of the series against the Wizards without him and lost when he missed most of Game 1.  Philadelphia is capable of beating the Wizards without Embiid,...
    People walk past the Federal Reserve building on March 19, 2021 in Washington, DC.Olivier Douliery | AFP | Getty Images Banks will be able to start giving money back to shareholders this year, but not until June 30 and provided they pass the current round of stress tests, the Federal Reserve announced on Thursday. That means the biggest financial institutions will be able to start executing share buybacks and paying out bigger dividends. They have been limited in their ability to do both for nearly the past year as a precautionary measure during the Covid-19 pandemic. The Fed had said late last year that it would being allowing the disbursements in the first quarter of 2021, so the Thursday announcement pushes that date back. "The banking system continues to be a source of strength and returning to our normal framework after this year's stress test will preserve that strength," Vice Chair for Supervision Randal Quarles said in a statement. Current restrictions in payouts restrict levels to a level based on income. Lifting the restrictions only applies to institutions who maintain...
    The Nets’ impressive backcourt was decimated, and that was before James Harden suffered a neck injury. Tyler Johnson — in the midst of his most efficient season in years — will surely be asked to step up when his number is called by Nets coach Steve Nash. But he knows that doesn’t mean trying to step into Harden’s MVP-sized shoes. “Steve and I haven’t really talked about minutes per se, but it’s a game-to-game basis,” Johnson said before the Nets tipped off a three-game road trip Tuesday in Portland. “I think right now during this little stretch while we’ve got some guys out, we don’t fully know what it is we’re going to do right away. “So, I’ll be ready to play when my number’s called, and sometimes it might be somebody else’s turn to get a lot of minutes. I can’t really get too caught up or focused on that. I have a job to do and I’ve just got to go out there and do that.” Spencer Dinwddie (partially torn ACL), Kyrie Irving (family reasons) and Landry Shamet...
    With the iPhone 11 Apple took a step forward in terms of battery life, something that has not happened with the current iPhone 12 that maintain a very similar duration. However, with the iPhone 13 that Apple will present at the end of the year we can expect another big step in terms of battery life, at least that’s how Ming-Chi Kuo has revealed it. IPhone 13 concept The well-known Apple analyst has revealed that the company wants to improve the battery life of the iPhone 13 using a series of design changes, larger batteries and efficiency improvements. The reliable analyst explains that the four iPhone 13 models will have longer-lasting batteries with higher capacities. «The new iPhone 2H21 models (second half of 2021) will feature a higher battery capacity than the iPhone 12 series thanks to a space-saving design of many components. Therefore, the new iPhone 2H21 models are also slightly heavier than the iPhone 12. The space-saving design includes the integration of the SIM card slot on the motherboard, the reduction of the thickness of the front camera...
    VIDEO2:1502:15China is seeing a 'split stock market' amid trade tensions: Janus Henderson InvestorsStreet Signs Asia The economic impact of the coronavirus matters more for the markets than the bilateral tensions between the U.S. and China, a portfolio manager said on Friday. The relationship between the world's top two economies have taken a dramatic turn for the worse since Wednesday, when the U.S. ordered the closure of a Chinese consulate in Houston. But, the heightened tensions are "not a huge surprise; we've seen this kind of a dive in sentiment for some months now," said Sat Duhra, portfolio manager of Asia dividend income strategy at Janus Henderson Investors. He said he expects more of such rhetoric ahead of the U.S. presidential election in November. Duhra made his comments before China ordered the U.S. to close its consulate in Chengdu. "The thing that will really impact markets more is going to be response to the virus, I think that has a much greater economic impact in the short term than anything we hear from both sides of this (political) issue," Duhra told CNBC's...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Twenty-two NBA teams will resume the season in Florida in the next couple weeks, and many of the teams will have to use substitute players to replace players who opt out. There are some, like the Lakers’ Avery Bradley and the Trail Blazers’ Trevor Ariza, who will opt out because of family reasons. Others have talked about stepping away to use their name to help in the push for racial equality. Brooklyn Nets point guard Kyrie Irving recently suggested restarting the NBA season may take away from the the equal rights movement this country is currently embroiled in. But Long Island native and current Laker Danny Green says he knows about the power of being on the big stage. “Some guys may disagree, have their own opinion. They’d rather use their social media platforms or just be in their communities, and using it that way. But, no knock to it, but I believe in this day and age, this era, everything is social media. Everything is media. Everything is online. Everything is the internet. There’s no...
    Donald Trump has posted a video on Twitter telling families of those lost to coronavirus that their loved one did not die 'in vain', because the economy is bouncing back. With the number of U.S. fatalities now at almost 119,000, Trump on Friday night recorded a video thanking Americans for their sacrifices in working to resume normality. He opened his remarks by noting that the recent jobs and retail sales figures were encouraging.  Donald Trump posted a video on Friday night saying the economy is bouncing back 'As many of you know, our country is coming back very, very strong, economically,' he said. 'The jobs numbers from two weeks ago were record-setting. Record-setting increases.  'We've never had anything like it. Record from day one, nobody has ever beaten it. 'And now retail sales numbers are incredible.'  Trump said that he had 'created a tremendous base' which was easy to build upon when the economy resumed.  Trump thanked the American people, and said the last five months - since the first coronavirus case in the U.S. was detected, in Washington...
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