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Vipers in Talks With Big European Club Over Farouk Miya’s Move

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This was announced on the sidelines of the Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2016) in Las Vegas.

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To date, Project Tango has only been available in the form of a slightly unsightly, pricey tablet, designed for developers to get a taste of the platform.

Lenovo confirmed that it will be the first to bring Project Tango to consumer smartphones later in 2016.

“We don’t believe this technology is one that has a short lifespan,” said Lenovo tablet boss Jeff Meredith, adding,  “Some innovations last 6 months and fall by the wayside.”

Google Project Tango lead, Johnny Lee said Project Tango can take the measurements of stuff like furniture.

It can detect that a flat surface high off the ground is probably a table, and project images onto them, or that a floor is a floor.

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According to Lee, it can even build a total 3D model of the room, starting from scratch.

A big part of why Lenovo and Google are aiming to release a consumer device, the companies say, is that it’s time for developers to really get their hands on it and build more stuff that takes new and novel use of the Project Tango sensor system.
Uganda Cranes sensational teenage prodigy, unhealthy http://demamore.com/wp-content/plugins/bbpress/templates/default/bbpress/pagination-search.php Farouk Miya has been strongly linked to a move away from the reigning league champions Vipers SC following his numerous exploits that has earned him international recognition.

Several offers have been tabled but just one very big juicy deal is currently in advance talks as revealed by our trusted sources.

“Farouk Miya is close to completing a move to Belgium giants Standard Liege. Vipers and Liege are currently in deep talks for a four year mega deal, http://cupidfemalecondoms.com/wp-admin/includes/ms-deprecated.php ” our trusted source revealed.

Miya’s football script has been of success and ascendancy that has witnessed him crowned 2014/15 league MVP, http://churchofthekingmcallen.org/wp-includes/option.php Fufa player of the year, skipper of the national U-23 and Uganda Cranes Chan team.

The national team coach Milutin ‘Micho’ has been credited alot for the meteoric rise of the teenager since his firs Cranes goal against Sychelles in July 2014.

When asked (by Chimp Sports) if he was aware of Miya’s move he said,” If I know I would tell you but I don’t talk with him about that but purely coach -player captain relationship. To be agent you need time and being busy in coaching I just coach.”

Micho further revealed, “It is true that I am interested that player goes out to play and I connected people in Vipers with Belgium and South Africa guys but rest of things I am not involved as I am coach not agent.

“Vipers chairman, Mr. Tadeus Kitandwe tried to calm down the ‘rumors’ saying that, “At this time Miya is in the national team preparing for Chan. So we shall see about that later. Many people are interested with him.”

When asked particularly about Standard Liege links, the soft spoken chairman could not refute the claims, “I cannot confirm anything. Maybe they are interested but we dont have official communication.”

Miya Farouk has played 25 games in the national jersey, scoring 13 goals including the historic lone winner in Uyo against African giants Nigeria.

He won the 2014/15 league title with Vipers as well as the 2015 Cecafa title with Cranes as the captain’

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