EZVIZ C3X isn’t your typical home security camera. That’s because it’s designed to give you colorful, detailed images at the time when it’s most difficult to record them: nighttime. And it does that without the help of harsh supplemental lighting. Also, its AI algorithms provide accurate alerts when people and vehicles appear in your designated zones, decreasing the likelihood that you’ll get false notifications. In the box, you’ll receive the C3X 1080p Wi-Fi Camera, Drill Template, Cat5 Waterproofing Kit, Power Adaptor, Quick Start Guide, and Screw Kit. So it comes with pretty much everything you need to get it up and running right out of the box.See colored images, even at nightYes, it’s possible to get high-quality color vision at night from a security camera. The C3X achieves this thanks to its Dual-Lens Color Night Vision. This technology allows one lens to record ambient brightness while another captures color information. The two images then merge to create visuals with incredible detail and realistic color. These are the images you want to see before you check your camera one last time before bed.EZVIZ C3X AI-powered camera outside with treesGet intelligent person and vehicle detection- Advertisement – EZVIZ C3X AI-powered camera outside during the day – Advertisement – But this AI security camera isn’t just about visuals. It’s also quite intelligent. Its built-in algorithm doesn’t require an additional subscription and lets the C3X identify movement from humans and vehicles. This ensures that the alerts it sends to you are relevant to your home’s security. Finally, you’ll have a smart home device that’s truly clever; it can take a shift for you when no one’s watching.EZVIZ C3X AI-powered camera outside of a homeProtect the areas that matterWith this security system, you can make sure that specific areas surrounding your property are protected. Draw designated zones in your camera’s field of view where you want it to keep people, cars, or both out. When the camera detects objects in those areas, it will sound a large siren and flash a strobe light to frighten intruders. Also, it’ll send you a notification in less than a second during those scenarios.– Advertisement – Do you wish you could get a clearer picture of your property or business at night? It’s possible when you have the EZVIZ C3X AI-powered security camera. This unique home security gadget gives you vivid, color footage in the dark and even has a learning algorithm that detects humans and vehicles.If you’re a home or business owner, you know that it’s important to see what’s going on around your property at night. The trouble is, most security cameras have pretty sub-par night vision capabilities. In most cases, when you check your security camera in the dark, all you see are black and white images without much detail. Is that shape at the end of your driveway a bush or an intruder? You hope for the best. But when you have a home security camera, you shouldn’t have to just hope everything is ok; your camera needs to reassure you. And it’s this assurance that the EZVIZ C3X AI-powered camera hopes to provide. It’s an AI security camera that provides vivid, colorful nighttime images. EZVIZ C3X AI-powered camera in useSet customizable voice alertsThis AI security camera even talks to guests—both the welcome and unwelcome kind—when it detects activity. You can personalize messages to warn off trespassers or welcome friends when they visit. Or if visitors park in off-limits areas, the C3X can instruct them to leave their cars in another location.EZVIZ C3X AI-powered camera on an exterior wallChoose a weatherproof security camera with free 24-hour storageYou won’t have to worry about the weather affecting this smart home security camera. It has a whole metallic enclosure and an IP67 rating. This means it can withstand rainy, stormy, sunny, and even snowy conditions. Another cool—and cost-friendly—feature is the C3X’s free, 24-hour cloud storage. It lets you view footage for the past 24 hours at no cost. All information recorded by the device to the server is protected with bank-level encryption and IOS/IEC 21001.EZVIZ C3X AI-powered camera close upEnjoy top-of-the-line home securityAccording to EZVIZ, this AI security camera is a fully-featured security system that goes beyond a conventional home camera. It includes Full HD image quality, two-way audio, customizable alarms, intelligent AI algorithms, and color night vision. So it’s one gadget that provides complete security coverage.The EZVIZ C3X AI-powered camera provides unparalleled color nighttime images. And that’s a feature that really makes this camera a worthwhile investment; there’s nothing worse than seeing something unfamiliar—and indiscernible—on your security camera at night. This AI security camera also lets you set specified zones and has Intelligent Person and Vehicle Detection. It’s a complete home security setup and one that families, businesses, and property owners everywhere can appreciate. It’s a gadget that’s sure to boost security wherever you place it.The EZVIZ C3X AI-powered camera costs $99.99, and you can orders yours.What do you look for in a security camera? Let us know your thoughts or if you already own a home security camera you love in the comments. Lauren has been writing and editing since 2008. She loves working with text and helping writers find their voice. When she’s not typing away at her computer, she cooks and travels with her husband and two daughters. – Advertisement –
The event lost a bit of its appeal, but eight-time Australian Open champion Novak Djokovic did well to win a fifth crown in Dubai on the leap day of the year. That incidentally turned out to be the final competition on the ATP Tour before being shut at least till the middle of July. Wimbledon has been cancelled for the first time since World War II and Nadal’s favourite Grand Slam at Roland Garros has been pushed back for a September 20 start. “I am not playing tennis, I do not have a court at home and I miss it a little,” Nadal admitted to Federer. “I am sticking to my physical routines. From the gym of my academy, they were able to bring me some machines when lockdown began – so I try to work a little in the morning, a little in the afternoon. It is very important to have both the head and the body focused and it is what I am trying to do at all times,” he added. Read AlsoSeyboth Wild emulates Nadal with ‘Golden Swing’ titleFederer it will be recalled married tennis player Miroslava Vavrinec in 2009 same year they were blessed with identical twin girls and in 2014 another identical twin boys. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Promoted Content7 Universities In The World Where Education Costs Too Much9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A TattooBest Car Manufacturers In The World6 Incredibly Strange Facts About Hurricanes7 Universities In The World With The Highest Market Value2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This YearTop 7 Best Car Manufacturers Of All Time8 Most Interesting Sylvester Stallone Movies5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksCan Playing Too Many Video Games Hurt Your Body?7 Netflix Shows Cancelled Because They Don’t Get The RatingsWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth? Tennis great and Swiss icon Roger Federer popularly called ‘Baba Ibeji’ his Nigerian fans, has admitted to his friend and arch rival Rafael Nadal that he is in no hurry to make a return on Tour. Two of the greatest tennis exponents of this generation caught up in a live Instagram chat late Monday in a freeflowing and candid chat even as Covid-19 continues to force lockdown.“There is no stress, no rush. If there is anything positive (about being in lockdown) that’s the only thing really. I just want the knee to be good, it doesn’t matter when I return,” Federer told the Spaniard. “I’ve been hitting a bit against a wall, (doing) rehab with the knee. It’s OK, I had a really good first six weeks, then it was a bit slower, now it’s getting better again, but I have plenty of time,” the Swiss ace said, indicating that he’s not keen on forcing a hurried comeback on the ATP Tour.Federer underwent knee surgery in the middle of February just when he was scheduled to travel to Dubai for the Dubai Duty Free Men’s Open. Roger Federer and arch rival and friend Rafael NadalAdvertisement Loading…
RelatedPosts Super Eagles soar on FIFA ranking COVID-19: FIFA count cost to football CAF ready to support Egypt with missing AFCON trophy The Confederation of African Football has banned Zimbabwe from hosting international matches because the country’s stadiums no longer meet the standards required by the continent’s governing soccer body or those of FIFA, the game’s international administrator. The Zimbabwe Football Association will appeal the ruling, though the stadiums have been sub-standard for “some time,” it said in an emailed statement on Tuesday. The southern African nation will negotiate with neighbouring countries to hold international matches until the stadiums are upgraded, ZIFA added.Tags: cafFIFAInternational matchesZimbabwe FA
Spurs head into the weekend third in the Barclays Premier League, just two points behind early pacesetters Arsenal. It is a start to the season that pleased Villas-Boas, who will be even happier if they can collect three points on Sunday. “It has been good, but it will be excellent if we manage to win against West Ham,” he said. “I think 16 points out of 21, and playing Arsenal and Chelsea, would be a good start for us. “I think that game against West Ham will be a decisive game for us, to ensure that we have made a great, great start to the season. “I think if we manage to do this with the fact we are not suffering and we are scoring also a lot, it will be major motivation going forward after the October stop. “Also the October fixtures are a little bit easier for us and there is no difficult trip to a big team so we would like to progress from then on.” The north Londoners won the race for the highly-rated 23-year-old late in the summer transfer window, forking out £8.5million to acquire the centre-back from Steaua Bucharest. Chiriches has impressed in his fleeting appearances for Spurs so far, with fans voting him man of the match in Thursday’s 2-0 Europa League win at Anzhi Makhachkala. Those supporters will, though, have been less than enamoured by comments made by the Romania international’s representative. Victor Becali suggested Chelsea would be willing to pay a large sum for Chiriches if he settles well in England over the next two years, saying Blues boss Jose Mourinho has been aware of the centre-back since his time as Real Madrid coach. Having seen Luka Modric and Gareth Bale exit White Hart Lane in recent times, Villas-Boas was understandably angered by the remarks. “Obviously the comments are completely disproportionate and out of reality,” the Portuguese said. “I have spoken to the player, told the player to speak to the agent and we have acted accordingly. “We consider ourselves a big club. We’re not a stepping stone to anybody. “We don’t expect Becali to retract himself because it is not part of his character, but it was completely out of proportion the comments that he made.” Chiriches is likely to return to the bench when Tottenham’s attention returns to domestic action against West Ham on Sunday. Andre Villas-Boas was incensed by a suggestion from Vlad Chiriches’ representative that the defender only moved to Tottenham with a view to impressing Chelsea, insisting the club are “not a stepping stone to anybody”. Press Association
This Saturday, Oct. 25, the USC Volunteer Center will host this month’s Friends and Neighbors Day event. This is the second event of the semester.Students who have not already signed up for Friends and Neighbors Day but want to participate can register on the day of the event. Volunteers can start arriving at the Joint Educational Project house on 34th Street at 8 a.m., where breakfast will be served. Registration and check-in ends at 9 a.m., when volunteers will be dismissed to go to their volunteer sites. Transportation to the sites will be provided.The October Friends and Neighbors Day has nine different sites for volunteers to choose from, including dog walking, park beautification and serving food to the homeless on Skid Row. Volunteers are able to select which project they want to do. Projects will end between 12:30 p.m. and 1 p.m.Trang Bi, a senior studying human biology and psychology, works through the USC Volunteer Center to coordinate Friends and Neighbors Day. According to Bi, many of Friends and Neighbors Day volunteers are returning.“During the summer, we go to the student expo at freshmen orientations,” she said. “And then a lot of the students that we do get for Friends and Neighbors Day are the freshmen that did the first event during Welcome Week and then continue to do it.”Organizations on campus can also sign up to volunteer as a group, with all of the members working on the same project.“A lot of the service [organizations] like to volunteer with us — like APO [Alpha Phi Omega], Helenes, TSS [Trojan Scholar Society],” Bi said.Andrea Hae-Yien Spoto, a sophomore majoring in global health, is the Friends and Neighbors Day chair and a member of the USC Helenes.“This Saturday, [the Helenes] will be participating in an urban beautification project with the Blazer Youth Services Community Club,” she said. “I believe this will involve either planting greenery, repainting buildings or installing new street furniture.”Spoto is looking forward to interacting with the local community.“I think this project will be a really enjoyable, fulfilling way to connect SC students with the surrounding L.A. community.” Spoto said. “I’m really excited to see what kind of difference we can make in a couple hours and to get to know the Blazer Youth Services Community Club at a deeper level. Hopefully, we can use [Friends and Neighbors Day] as an opportunity to do more service projects with them in the future.”The next Friends and Neighbors Day event will be on Nov. 8. Volunteers will have the option of continuing the same project that they do for the October event, or they can choose a new project.“With [Friends and Neighbors Day] you can just take one Saturday out of every month to volunteer. You don’t even have to commit to a certain project. You can do dog walking every month, or you can dog walk this month and garden next month. It gives you a great variety of things to do,” Bi said.
A familiar face from NBC’s Today Show, journalist Natalie Morales came to the Annenberg School of Communication and Journalism Thursday afternoon to share her experiences as a reporter. Natalie Morales, the West Coast anchor of NBC’s Today Show, shared her journey through journalism with students. Photo by Catherine Liang | Daily TrojanMorales came as a guest speaker for JOUR 572: Reporting on Entertainment and Popular Culture, which focuses on how journalists should cover the entertainment industry. However, USC students were welcome to attend the event. Morales is currently the West Coast anchor of the Today Show and also hosts the show Access Live. Prior to joining NBC, she worked at a variety of news organizations across the country, covering major news events like the Columbine mass shooting and 9/11.Morales was interviewed by Annenberg associate professor Mary Murphy, who teaches JOUR 572. “[The class] is based on my own life experiences as a journalist,” Murphy said. “What I had to do as a journalist covering pop culture is I had to be aware of everything … I designed the course based on the real life experience and being a journalist in Los Angeles.”Students in the graduate course are given many opportunities to experience the industry firsthand, from visiting the set of the hit TV show Mom to meeting with James Corden, host of the Late Late Show. Morales was the class’s first guest speaker. While she ultimately graduated with degrees in journalism and Latin American studies from Rutgers University, Morales said she spent many of her college years unsure of what career path she wanted to follow, and she encouraged the audience to explore a variety of paths while in school. “Getting a breadth of experience really is what then allowed me to say ‘this is what I love,’” Morales said. Morales grew up in a variety of Latin American countries, including Panama, Brazil and Spain, and she credits this worldly experience with helping her develop her skills as a reporter. “It really opened my eyes to the world at such a young age, and I realized very quickly that the world does not revolve around the U.S.,” Morales said. Morales, who speaks Spanish and Portuguese, touched on the opportunities that would not have been open to her had she not been trilingual, such as her coverage of the rescue of the Chilean coal miners in 2010.Although Murphy asked Morales about recent sexual misconduct allegations against former Today Show host Matt Lauer, Morales avoided answering the question and said that allegations had already been covered to the fullest extent, so she didn’t want to comment further. Later in the interview, Morales reminded students that they have to work hard to succeed in journalism. “You can’t take too many shortcuts … You have to work your way up,” Morales said. “The best thing you can learn is to always say yes when it comes to somebody asking you to do something that is going to help you grow.”Students in the class were grateful for the opportunity to talk with a professional in the industry they hope to join one day. “They can be so candid and you get one-on-one interaction with them,” Bridget Winstead, who is studying to get her master’s in public relations, said. “You can ask them genuine questions [and] they’ll give you genuine answers on the spot.”According to Murphy, opportunities where students get to talk to professionals in their field are an important part of a comprehensive college education. “Learning from the people who are doing the job is an essential thing to learning what the job is,” Murphy said.
Last Updated: 15th November, 2019 12:41 IST NFL Brawl: NFL Or WWE? Browns’ Myles Garrett Swings Helmet, Smacks Steelers’ Mason Rudolph An NFL brawl broke out in the final few seconds of the match between Cleveland Browns and Pittsburgh Steelers when Myles Garrett swung a helmet at Mason Rudolph Steeler vs Browns: NFL brawlBaker Mayfield passed for two touchdowns and ran for another, while a physical defensive effort enabled the Browns to batter the arch-rival Pittsburgh Steelers 21-7 on Thursday night in the American football match. However, the game was marred by the brawl that broke out in the final seconds of the game when Browns’ defensive end Myles Garrett removed the helmet of Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph and then swung it at him, sparking a brawl between the two teams. Steelers players immediately came to Rudolph’s defence, resulting in his teammate Maurkice Pouncey kicking Garrett in the head. Garrett and Pouncey were ejected, along with Browns’ defensive tackle Larry Ogunjobi, who also had a prominent role in the fight.Also Read | NFL: Colin Kaepernick To Make His Long-awaited Return To The NFL? Sujay Chakraborty WATCH US LIVE Full video of the ugly Steelers-Browns fight. pic.twitter.com/LuqBV2usRb— ClutchPoints (@ClutchPointsApp) November 15, 2019 Also Read | ‘Boycott To Withdrawal’ IOA Still Threatens A Pullout From 2022 CWG However, players from both teams said the incident wasn’t the result of increased tensions from multiple helmet-to-helmet hits that took place earlier in the game.NFL Brawl: A likely suspension for Myles GarrettMyles Garrett, the 2018 Pro Bowler later added that he doesn’t believe the incident overshadowed his team’s victory. It is just a matter of time before the NFL announces a likely suspension for Garrett. When asked, Browns’ head coach Freddie Kitchens told reporters he was unsure what to expect in the aftermath of the incident.Also Read | Colin Kaepernick Gets Help From Hip-Hop Mogul Jay-Z In NFL Star’s Recent Workout: ReportNFL Brawl: Freddie Kitchens comments on the incident First Published: 15th November, 2019 12:41 IST “He understands what he did. He understands what he did is totally unacceptable.” — Kitchens on Garrett— Cleveland Browns (@Browns) November 15, 2019 LIVE TV Written By Cleveland Browns’ 21-7 win over Pittsburgh Steelers on Thursday night was overshadowed by a brawl when Browns defender Myles Garrett swung a helmet at Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph in the final seconds of the game. Also Read | UFC: Sage Northcutt Responds To President Dana White’s ‘retirement’ CommentWatch: The NFL brawl between Steelers and Browns COMMENT SUBSCRIBE TO US FOLLOW US The Steelers and Browns game did not end quietly 😯pic.twitter.com/QUtWOC4jNT#NFL #NFL100— ClutchPoints (@ClutchPointsApp) November 15, 2019 Garrett, who had one tackle in the game, came into Week 11 with 10 sacks and as a prime contender for the Defensive Player of the Year award.NFL Brawl: Steelers’ Mason Rudolph calls out Garrett
Experienced Ghanaian sports journalist Aminu Mohammed (Joe Debrah)also known as the ‘King Tit Bits’ has been awarded for his impressive works as a native of the Brong Ahafo Region.The Happy FM reporter who has no challenger when it come to tit bits, is from Berekum and is deemed a good servant who uses his profession to effect positive change back in his native region.‘Joe Debrah’ as he is popularly known is fluent in English and French as well as several local dialetes – making him one of the most versatile sports reporters on the local terrain.He has covered several international and local competitions and has conducted himself worthy of emulation.He is friends with almost every influential individual in the industry, from players, administrators, coaches, agents, clubs etc.For his good works, Joe Debrah was one of the distinguished awardees from the Brong Ahafo Region in a ceremony organized by Bombisco Multimedia with the various chief in the region in support. “I dedicate this award to all my listeners and family especially to my wife and children for their support, not forgetting my Happy Sports team.”he saidPersonalities drawn from Politics, Security Services, Entertainment, Broadcasting, the Corporate fraternity, sports and many other categories received awards.Presidents of Berekum Chelsea and Bechem United Emmanuel Kyeremeh and Kingsley Acheaw were also amongst the awardees.
Facebook69Tweet0Pin0Submitted by City of LaceyLacey continues its tradition of kicking off the area’s Independence Day celebrations with the Fireworks Spectacular and Freedom Concert on Monday, July 3, 4:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. at Rainier Vista Community Park, 5475 45th Ave SE. TwinStar Credit Union, South Sound Center, the City of Lacey, and the Lacey South Sound Chamber of Commerce sponsor the event and admission is free.Lacey Fireworks Spectacular and Freedom Concert.BBQ, Bands, and Boomin’ Fun is the theme this year. Families are encouraged to bring their own picnics or enjoy a savory barbecue, burgers, hot dogs, sweets, and more from a variety of food vendors. Live music is included in the festivities with Joy in Mudville playing heartfelt Americana music beginning at 5:00 p.m., followed by the high-energy SWAY covering the latest hits starting at 8:00 p.m. The Fireworks Spectacular launches at 10:00 p.m.Admission and parking are free, as are many family-friendly activity booths. A $10 wristband will be available for children to enjoy the inflatable slides, bounce houses, obstacle courses and more in the KidzZone.Limited on-site parking opens at 3:00 p.m. and no RVs or trailers allowed. Additional parking is available at local business areas and schools including Aspire Middle School, Timberline High School, Lakes Elementary, and Komachin Middle School. Bikes, strollers, and wagons can be checked into a secure “bike corral” at the park. Complete details regarding traffic detours and parking can be found on the city’s official website.
Facebook24Tweet0Pin0Submitted by South Sound Roots AcademySouth Sound Roots Academy, a new nonprofit in Thurston County, is hosting a 3-on-3 tournament at South Puget Sound Community College January 20-21. It is a fundraiser for South Sound Roots and will help achieve one of their core missions: to make elite-level youth sports training accessible to all. The proceeds will fund scholarships to provide basketball training for local youth in need.Some of the South Sound Roots Coaches playing in Hoopfest this year. Photo courtesy: South Sound RootsThe traditional 3-on-3 format differs distinctly from 5-on-5, it’s half court and typically slower paced. But this is not the same 3-on-3 you play on the playground or at the club—it’s played in fast forward. There is new buzz around the new 3-on-3 format, called FIBA 3X3, especially now that it is a sanctioned Olympic Sport, with its first medals to be awarded at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.A few of the notable rules:Game is played to 21 points (shots behind the arc are worth 2 points; all others are worth 1 point)12 second shot clockAfter a made basket, there is no “check ball”—just grab it and keep playingUSA Basketball is still looking for Team USA 3X3 for Tokyo, and the winner of this tournament will qualify for the national final in Colorado for a chance to become Team USA 3X3.Even if high level competition for a Team USA spot isn’t realistic for you, South Sound Roots still welcomes and encourages the casual player to form a team with friends for a day of fun and exercise in support of a good, local cause (while staying out of the rain—it’s indoors!).Lots of south sound teams travel across the state for Hoopfest, but the Roots 3×3 is here in Olympia…and indoors! Photo courtesy: South Sound RootsEarly bird registration is $60 and expires this Wednesday, January 10. Teams that register after January 10 will pay a $120 entry fee, with registration closing on Wednesday, January 17. You can find more information about the tournament here and register your team here. Registrations is If you or your business are interested in sponsoring a team or the event ($60), please email email@example.com.South Sound Roots is also embracing the growth of 3-on-3 by hosting weekly games for youth basketball players. All local elementary school players are invited to participate in free training with Roots coaches on Sundays afternoons for 45 minutes, followed by 45 minutes of 3 on 3 semi-competitive play. Click here to register your child.