NHTSA has revised its estimates for the number of vehicles being driven with faulty Takata airbags, reducing it to 19.2 million vehicles and 23.4 million inflators. That figure is down from 34M inflators in 30M vehicles.
We’ve already broken down details on the second generation Moto 360, which was revealed earlier today at IFA in Berlin, but what about actually strapping it on? Read on for Gizmag’s early thoughts on the new smartwatch.
Set to pen the script is Aaron Sorkin, who is no stranger to big budget biopics. Sorkin won an Oscar for his Mark Zuckerberg script The Social Network, and he also has a Steve Jobs film coming out later this year!
Ball has previously been the subject of two TV movies — 2003’s Lucy starring Rachel York, and 1991’s Lucy & Desi starring Frances Fisher!
We don’t want to get our hopes up, but we can smell the award buzz already!
Update:Game Troopers has now informed us that Imperia Online is now available for Windows 10 Mobile too. Evidently there were some “delays in the store sync”, which caused the game to initially be available only for Windows Phone 8.1 devices. This issue has now been resolved.
For those looking for the latest craze on mobile devices – epic real-time strategy – you have a new Xbox flavored title for Windows Phone with Imperia Online. Popular devs Game Troopers have released the free to play (with optional in-app purchases) for all Windows Phone 8.1 devices, including those with 512 MB of RAM.
Imperia Online has been around since 2005 as a web-based militarist strategy game with a medieval theme. With over 20 million players worldwide the game should be an immediate download for Windows Phone users around the planet. In 2014, Imperia Online launched on iOS and Android and now Windows Phone in 2015.
Paul Pogba will push Chelsea‘s spending powers to the limit after Juventus confirmed that they believe the midfielder will be worth in excess of £73 million next summer.
According to Neil McLeman of the Mirror, Old Lady director general Giuseppe Marotta said that he believes the Frenchman will soon be worth over €100 million:
We decided to keep Pogba despite significant offers from foreign clubs. In future, he will be worth over €100 million. I’ve noticed how the Premier League has become richer, and we’ve seen clubs buying players for what would have been crazy prices until recently, but are very normal today. If Pogba continues his performance of last season, I think next year, €100 million will not suffice.
McLeman noted that the Italian champions rejected bids from Chelsea and Paris Saint-Germain for the prized midfielder, clearly waiting for what would be close to a world-record approach for the former Manchester United youngster.
The 22-year-old has excelled in Serie A since leaving Old Trafford and is now regarded as one of the premium talents in world football.
Pogba has made 78 appearances for Juve in the past two seasons in Serie A and Europe, according to WhoScored.com, scoring 16 times and providing 14 assists from his central berth. The No. 10 has continued to develop his all-round game and would suit Blues manager Jose Mourinho‘s midfield tactics.
Tony Banks of the Express said that Chelsea pursued Pogba up until deadline day, but Juventus‘ refusal to negotiate terms and the player’s £318,000-per-week wage demands killed any thoughts of a deal.
Banks said that Mourinho was looking for a marquee signing after Chelsea’s poor start to the defence of their Premier League crown, but no star entity was able to be purchased.
The Blues also had a fourth bid for John Stones rejected by Everton—this time a huge £37 million offer, according to Banks—leaving Chelsea short of world-class investments. The Premier League champions are now prepared to go back in for Pogba in 12 months’ time and will battle Barcelona to land the prodigy.
BeIN Sports’ TancrediPalmeri provided substance behind Chelsea’s last-minute move for the player, saying Juve were inquiring about midfielders just in case Pogba dramatically landed at Stamford Bridge:
Chelsea Loan Out 33rd Player
In other news, Chelsea have sent a 33rd player out on loan, with Nathaniel Chalobah joining Serie A’s Napoli, as announced on the club’s official Twitter account:
Alex Harris of the Daily Star confirmed that the player would spend a year in Naples, with the Italian club’s boss Maurizio Sarri bizarrely admitting: “I don’t know anything about the player. If the club picked him then he must have some quality. I train whoever the club puts at my disposal.”
It’s always good to be prepared when you’re trekking out into the wilderness, but survival gear can take up all of your space that’s better served for tasty things like sandwiches. This custom five-in-one survival watch has you covered.