Argos online bank holiday sales: the best home, garden and tech deals available now

Argos online bank holiday sales: the best home, garden and tech deals available now

Argos online bank holiday sales: the best home, garden and tech deals available now

The Argos bank holiday sale is right around the corner, and if their previous sales are anything to go by, then it should offer some truly outstanding discounts on a whole range of home, garden and tech deals. In this article, we’ll be constantly scanning the Argos indexes for the very best deals and presenting them over to you, so no matter what type of deal you’re looking for, you won’t miss out.

Even though the bank holiday sales don’t officially start until next week, there are actually still some great deals to be had on their store page right now. So, if you’re not in a patient mood, you won’t even have to wait to bag yourself a great deal because we’ve got all the best ones right here.

Ramnaresh Sarwan denies Chris Gayle's allegations on ouster from Jamaica Tallawahs, says 'record must be set straight'- Firstcricket News, Firstpost

Ramnaresh Sarwan denies Chris Gayle’s allegations on ouster from Jamaica Tallawahs, says ‘record must be set straight’- Firstcricket News, Firstpost

Former West Indies cricketer and Jamaica Tallawahs assistant coach Ramnaresh Sarwan has dismissed all the allegations levelled by Chris Gayle.

The big-hitting Gayle blamed Sarwan for an alleged fallout with Tallawahs, who did not retain him for the 2020 season. The opener claimed that Sarwan was behind his ouster and wanted to take control of the Caribbean Premier League (CPL) franchise.

Ramnaresh Sarwan denies Chris Gayles allegations on ouster from Jamaica Tallawahs, says record must be set straight

File image of Chris Gayle. AP

“I categorically deny any involvement in the decision, or the decision-making process, which led to Gayle’s non-selection to represent the Jamaica Tallawahs in the 2020 Caribbean Premier League (CPL) Tournament,” Sarwan was quoted as saying by ESPNcricinfo on his Facebook page.

“In that video, he has levelled false allegations and tarnished the good name and reputation of a series of persons.

“I was the focus of most of the onslaughts. I reply, not because I feel that Gayle’s rantings are worthy of it, but because I feel that the public’s record must be set straight and also, to protect the character and careers of so many people, whose image he sought to besmirch,” he added.

In a video uploaded on his YouTube channel, Gayle had earlier referred to Sarwan as “a snake”.

Sarwan, in response, said that he respected Gayle but was utterly surprised by the Jamaican’s allegations.

“Let me make this abundantly clear that I played with Gayle since the inception of my career. I have always respected him as an extraordinary talent, a colleague and most importantly as a close friend. Hence, my utter shock at these allegations,” said Sarwan.

In a statement, Jamaica Tallawahs had also clarified that Sarwan had no role to play in Gayle’s ouster from the squad and added that the decision of not retaining Gayle for 2020 was based on “business and cricketing reasoning”.

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Instagram is bringing new fonts to Stories - Latest News

Instagram is bringing new fonts to Stories – Latest News

Facebook-owned photo-sharing app Instagram is set to bring new fonts to its Stories. This was announced by the company on Twitter, where it said that it is testing it with a small percentage of people.

“New fonts coming to Stories soon*

*We’re testing this with a small percentage of people. Stay tuned for updates,” reads the tweet.

The company did not reveal the percentage or the location of users it is testing these or when the feature is coming to everyone else.

Recently, it was reported that Instagram is soon going to add a memorialisation option for the account of someone who has passed away. This was discovered by reverse-engineer Jane Manchun Wong.

Replying to her tweet, the account of Instagram’s PR team confirmed that this feature is indeed in the works. “Yes, we’re making changes to help people identify if an Instagram account belongs to someone who has passed away. We’ll have more to share on this at a later time,” reads the tweet.

Recently, Instagram rolled out the web support for sending Direct Messages (DMs) along with supports for viewing Instagram Live videos.

The live video streaming happens in the same portrait mode — and in the same size — as it does on users’ smartphones. However, thanks to the bigger screen space, you get to see the comments on the side of the ongoing live video instead of how you see them at the bottom on a smartphone on a transparent window making the viewing experience a little better on the web.

The 10 Biggest European Tech Stories This Week – Crunchbase News

The 10 Biggest European Tech Stories This Week – Crunchbase News

Happy Friday!

We sincerely hope you and yours are keeping healthy and safe. Please take care of yourself and others.

This week, our research team tracked 70 tech funding deals worth more than €600 million, as well as under 10 M&A transactions, rumours, and related news stories across Europe, including Russia, Israel, and Turkey.

Meanwhile, here’s an overview of the 10 biggest European tech news items for this week (subscribe to our free newsletter to get this roundup in your inbox every Monday morning):

1) Israeli smart dashcam company Nexar announced the completion of a $52 million Series C financing round led by Corner Ventures with participation from Samsung NEXT, La Maison, Micron Ventures, Sompo, Atreides Management, and previous investors Aleph, Mosaic Ventures, Ibex Investors, and Nationwide. This brings the vision-based software company’s total funds raised to date to nearly $100 million.

2) Paris-based VC Partech has announced a new $100 million fund, Partech Entrepreneur III, for seed-stage investments in post-COVID trends in health, work, commerce, finance, mobility and computing. Forty investments have already been made, including ten since the start of the pandemic.

3) Compass Pathways’ work on treatment-resistant depression received a big backing from investors. The London-based mental health care company closed a funding infusion of $80 million as part of a Series B investment round that included participation from existing investor ATAI Life Sciences, as well as new investors.

4) Norwegian videoconferencing company Pexip, whose technology is used by the US government, Spotify and PayPal is seeking to raise $200 million in what could be the largest software IPO in Scandinavia.

5) SkyCell, the Swiss manufacturer of data-driven temperature-controlled smart containers for the pharmaceutical industry, has raised $62 million in an oversubscribed growth funding round.

6) Deliveroo is letting go of 367 of its employees as it struggles with demand during coronavirus lockdown. Fifty Deliveroo employees have also been furloughed as part of the decision.

7) Hungarian competition watchdog GVH has fined online reservation operator Booking.com 2.5 billion forints (€7 million) for unfair business practices, including misleading advertisements and psychological pressure on consumers.

8) Deliverect, a Ghent-based software that manages online food orders for restaurants, has raised €16.25 million in a Series B round led by OMERS Ventures, with contributions from Newion, SmartFin, and the company’s own founders.

9) Templafy, a Danish startup that helps anyone in a company create new documents while adhering to branding and legal guidelines, has raised $25 million in a series C round of funding led by Insight Partners.

10) Swiss quantum technology company Terra Quantum has raised about €10 million, with a company valuation at around €50 million. The investment was led by Lakestar and supported by several business angels.

Podcast:

Tech.eu Podcast #166: Fred Destin (Stride) on VC’s role in crisis; Richard Muirhead (Fabric) on governmental support for startups

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Interview special: From legal tech and online learning to brain stimulation and depression treatment; Check out the conversations with Anthony Rose of SeedLegals, Gauthier Van Malderen of Perlego, and Daniel Månsson of Flow Neuroscience.

Bonus link:

“When Europe enacted the world’s toughest online privacy law nearly two years ago, it was heralded as a model to crack down on the invasive, data-hungry practices of the world’s largest technology companies. Now, the law is struggling to fulfill its promise. Europe’s rules have been a victim of a lack of enforcement, poor funding, limited staff resources and stalling tactics by the tech companies.” (The New York Times)

Raspberry Pi Magazine

Raspberry Pi Magazine features new HQ Pi camera and more

Raspberry Pi Magazine

Raspberry Pi enthusiasts or those looking to start using the awesome mini PC, will be pleased to know that the latest official Raspberry Pi magazine issue 93 is now available to download. This month’s issue features the new Raspberry Pi High Quality camera launched yesterday, explaining everything you need to know about the interchangeable lenses and new Raspberry Pi camera module. As well as plenty of other features and articles including how to work from home with a Raspberry Pi.

Raspberry Pi camera

“Raspberry Pi 4 is seeing a boom in use as a desktop computer for the home. Whether you’re working with Raspberry Pi, or learning, or looking to do video chat; Gareth Halfacree’s Work from home feature has all the information you need.”

Raspberry Pi camera

MagPi magazine issue 93 features :

– Make a Sense HAT rainbow display. Bright colours put a smile on most peoples’ faces. Join the rainbow parade with a light display.
– Get started with the High Quality Camera. Find out how to set up the new Raspberry Pi camera, connect it, and take your first shots and videos.
– Make an Etch-A-Sketch. Use rotary encoders to create a special Etch-A-Sketch device.
– ZX Spectrum Next reviewed. Raspberry Pi Zero adds audio and realistic loading to this reimagined ZX Spectrum computer
– Learn Java and Electronics. Let’s get started with Java 11 with Raspberry Pi and some basic components
– Explore the Internet of Things. Upgrade your home – or just have some fun – with these amazing IoT projects
– The 10 best upcycling projects. Have some old tech lying around your home? Get inspired to recycle it…
– Learn JavaScript with Raspberry Pi. JavaScript is one of the most popular languages out there. PJ Evans opens his code editor
– Win! HQ Cameras, 6mm lens kits and our new Official Raspberry Pi Camera Guide 132-page book.

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