John Terry, who scored at Tottenham in September 2013, is a major doubtKick-off: 12pm, Sunday 29 November 2015Referee: Michael Oliver (Cramlington, Northumberland)BetVictor.com preview: Punters fancy Spurs over improving ChelseaMatch in a nutshell: Chelsea head to White Hart Lane aiming for back-to-back league wins for the first time this season.Six key battles: Including Jan Vertonghen v Diego Costa Injuries and suspensionsTOTTENHAM HOTSPURRuled out: Nabil Bentaleb (ankle), Nacer Chadli (ankle), Alex Pritchard (ankle)Fitness tests: Erik Lamela (groin)Suspended: Dele AlliCHELSEARuled out: Radamel Falcao (thigh), Thibaut Courtois (knee)Fitness tests: John Terry (ankle), Ramires (thigh) Possible line-upsTottenham: Lloris; Walker, Alderweireld, Vertonghen, Rose; Dier, Mason; Son, Dembele, Eriksen; Kane.Subs from: Vorm, Trippier, Wimmer, Fazio, Davies, Carroll, Onomah, Winks, Townsend, Lamela, Njie.Chelsea: Begovic; Ivanovic, Cahill, Zouma, Azpilicueta; Matic, Fabregas; Willian, Hazard, Pedro; Costa. Subs from: Blackman, Amelia, Aina, Djilobodji, Terry, Baba, Mikel, Loftus-Cheek, Ramires, Oscar, Traore, Kenedy, Remy. Vital statisticsForm guide – last five league matchesTottenham Hotspur total: W D W W D (11 points)Home: W W D W W (13 points)Chelsea total: W L L L W (6 points)Away: L L D L W (4 points)Top scorers – all competitionsTottenham Hotspur: Kane 10; Lamela 4; Dembele 3, Eriksen 3, Son 3; Alderweireld 2, Alli 2, Dier 2; Chadli 1, Mason 1, Walker 1.Chelsea: Willian 5; Costa 4; Ramires 3; Oscar 2, Pedro 2; Azpilicueta 1, Cahill 1, Fabregas 1, Falcao 1, Hazard 1, Kenedy 1, Matic 1, Remy 1, Zouma 1.Last five meetings1 March 2015: Chelsea 2 Tottenham 01 January 2015: Tottenham 5 Chelsea 33 December 2014: Chelsea 3 Tottenham 08 March 2014: Chelsea 4 Tottenham 028 September 2013: Tottenham 1 Chelsea 1Tottenham 1 win, Chelsea 3 wins, 1 draw Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook
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Google today announced that it plans to acquire On2, a Clifton Park, NY-based video compression developer in a stock-for-stock transaction valued at $106.5 million. In its announcement, Google argues that this acquisition will help the company to “make the overall web experience better for users” and that “video compression technology should be part of the web platform.” On2 has a large number of customers for its compression technologies, and the latest version of its video codec, VP8, competes directly with H.264, the most popular format for high-quality video on the web right now.Maybe even more importantly, Adobe Flash uses On2’s older VP6 video codec and On2 continues to receive licensing fees for VP6, though the cost of these fees and On2’s licensing structure have driven a lot of customers to H.264.What Will Google Do With On2?Assuming this deal will get the green light from On2’s stockholders and government and industry regulators, it will be interesting to see what Google does with this technology. One theory that is being pushed by pundits right now is that Google will open-source at least some of On2’s codecs. One of On2’s earlier codecs became the basis for Ogg Theora, the video codec that the Mozilla foundation wanted to use as the standard video codec for HTML5. This project is on hold for now, but Google could still integrate one of On2’s current codecs into its Chrome browser.Google could also move YouTube to a new, potentially higher-quality format, though we don’t expect this to happen anytime soon. On2 also offers solutions for embedded and mobile devices – technologies that Google could potentially use for its mobile products. In addition, On2 offers encoding products for consumers. Judging from Google’s history, the company might just make these available to consumers for free in future.Maybe It’s Just About YouTubeHowever, we actually think that the real benefits for Google might be at the back-end. With YouTube, Google owns the Internet’s largest video service, and being able to bring more encoding know-how into the company might just save Google some money in electricity costs and server hardware. Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Related Posts Tags:#Google#news#web frederic lardinois Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market
The Minister said a hydroponics system at the Spanish Town District Prison, which was donated by the College of Agriculture, Science and Education (CASE), is being manned by prisoners who have now used the technology to grow vegetables feed themselves and their fellow inmates. Minister of National Security, Hon. Robert Montague, says the Government is committed to the rehabilitation and redemption of incarcerated persons in adult penal institutions. Minister of National Security, Hon. Robert Montague, says the Government is committed to the rehabilitation and redemption of incarcerated persons in adult penal institutions.Addressing a town hall meeting at the Everglades Centre in Parrottee, near Black River in St. Elizabeth, on November 9, the Minister said the Government is gravely concerned that many inmates, upon release, find themselves back behind bars not very long after.Mr. Montague pointed out that in order to address the challenges, the Government has beefed up rehabilitation initiatives in the seven adult prisons, introducing skills training such as furniture-making; food processing programmes, in collaboration with the HEART Trust/NTA, as well as literacy classes for those who are unable to read.He said the literacy levels of all new inmates are now assessed and even the game of chess has also been introduced in the prisons with the hope of enabling inmates to be better thinkers.“The rate of return in our prisons is over 40 per cent. In other words, 40 per cent of the persons in our prisons were there before,” the Minister noted.“We have to equip the prisoner with the skills to survive so he does not come back,” Mr. Montague said.The Minister said a hydroponics system at the Spanish Town District Prison, which was donated by the College of Agriculture, Science and Education (CASE), is being manned by prisoners who have now used the technology to grow vegetables feed themselves and their fellow inmates.He explained under his regime, the approximately 3,500 prisoners on the island will have to undertake some of the responsibility to feed and care for themselves, instead of tax-payers being made to shoulder all the associated costs attached to their welfare.“I have insisted as Minister, that the prisoners must produce at least one meal per week for themselves. And today, they are now at two meals per week. The tax-payers of Jamaica must get a break,” Mr. Montague declared.With respect to the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF), the Minister said the Government is “investing heavily into the training of police officers,” as the organisation is operating way below strength, due to retirement and resignations outpacing the recruitment of new trainees to fill vacancies.“The Jamaica Constabulary Force is operating at 70 per cent of its strength. The police lose an average of 500 police officers per year for the last four years,” Mr. Montague said.“When you count all the training, we are only training 550 per year. And the Government has taken a very aggressive line, because this Minister believes that we must bring the Police Force up to 14,435, which is the establishment strength,” he added.The Minister said the current strategy to increase the number of officers is in its early stages of execution, and will see 2,000 recruits being trained per year over the next three years at Harman Barracks in Kingston, Twickenham Park in St. Catherine and at the Mona Campus of the University of the West Indies. Story Highlights The Minister said the current strategy to increase the number of officers is in its early stages of execution, and will see 2,000 recruits being trained per year over the next three years at Harman Barracks in Kingston, Twickenham Park in St. Catherine and at the Mona Campus of the University of the West Indies.