Even with the rollback, Google still offers a better deal than the 5GB of free storage you get from Apple, after which you have to pay at least $0.99 a month for 50GB. However, Apple One plans may look more appealing, since they include storage bundled with services like Apple Music, TV and Arcade. If you’re a member of Amazon Prime, you get unlimited photo storage, so that’s an option if you’re looking to move away from Google. It’s a big change from when Google Photos was announced in 2015, when the company promised free unlimited high-quality photos and video uploads and it seems like an easy way for Google to push people to pay for its Google One plans, which start at $1.99 per month for 100GB of storage.It’s a bit of a bummer for Google Photos users, who may have racked up five years’ worth of pictures under the assumption that Google would let them keep uploading new pictures for free.Google said the storage limit doesn’t apply to photos uploaded from its Pixel phones, which still get unlimited high-quality uploads for free. It also said that 80 percent of its users should get about three more years of storage before they even hit the 15GB mark.- Advertisement – Google on Wednesday announced the end of free unlimited storage for Google Photos, its online site for storing your pictures. Beginning June 1, 2021, any photos uploaded to Google Photos will count toward the free 15GB of storage it provides with Google accounts.- Advertisement – – Advertisement –
29 Views no discussions Share EducationLocalNewsPrimarySecondary DAT to recognize retirees at 11th Biennial Conference today by: – April 11, 2012 Sharing is caring! Share Share Tweet Francis Jno. Lewis. Photo credit: Dionne DurandSeveral individuals who served in the teaching field for over fifty years are expected to be honored this morning, when the Dominica Association of Teachers will hold its 11th Biennial Conference under the theme “Teachers confronting the surge of non communicable diseases”.Second Vice President of the DAT Francis Jno Lewis said the theme was selected based on the fact that chronic non communicable diseases are affecting several teachers.According to Jno Lewis, it is also being held as a result of the crisis which is currently a major concern for the ministry of health.“We want to raise the awareness not just among our teachers but the general public on our health habits as well,” he said.Remarks by government officials, the election of new executive members and the recognition of retires will also form part of this morning’s agenda.The keynote address will be delivered by Paula Trotter.Meanwhile the DAT will embark upon a series of health fairs in April as part of extending its theme.“During the last week in April, we will see the condition of health fairs in various districts in and around Dominica. We have a lot of professionals who will conduct sessions on persons with diabetes and high blood pressure. This will assist the general populace in terms of their health habits,” he added.The event will commence from 8:30 am at the Garraway Hotel.Dominica Vibes News
Published on February 23, 2019 at 11:13 pm Facebook Twitter Google+ The last time Syracuse and No. 1 Duke faced off, Tyus Battle’s 32 points led the Orange to a 95-91 overtime victory over the Blue Devils. Since then, both teams have shined — Duke rose back to No. 1 after the loss and SU eclipsed nine Atlantic Coast Conference victories.On Saturday, Duke was without Zion Williamson, the projected first overall pick in 2019’s NBA Draft. In the first 20 minutes, the Orange won the offensive glass, but their five-point halftime lead quickly dwindled. In result, Syracuse lost, 75-65, behind 50 combined points from RJ Barrett and Alex O’Connell.See what our beat writers had to say about Syracuse’s 10-point loss with special guest, Yahoo! Sports’ Pete Thamel.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Comments
NPFLâ€¦ NPFLâ€¦ NPFLâ€¦By Duro IkhazuagbeAyo Sakaâ€™s lone strike for Lobi Stars made the difference in the tightly contested Match day 18 of the Nigeria Professional Football League clash with Kano Pillars in Makurdi yesterday. That 1-0 victory consolidated the Makurdi teamâ€™s leadership of the Nigerian top flight toÂ 33 points from 17 matches, six points clear of closest rivals Katsina United.Ebube Duru set the stage for Sakaâ€™s goal with his brilliant cross from the wing to ensure that Solomon Ogbeideâ€™s men keep their eyes focused on the title. Pillarsâ€™ left-back, Chris Madaki, was sent off for a second bookable offence.Elsewhere yesterday, there was also home win for second placed Katsina United who defeatedÂ El-Kanemi Warriors 1-0 at the Mohammadu Dikko Stadium.Â El-Kanemiâ€™sÂ Razak Aliyu was sent off three minutes from time.Other winners of the Match Day 18 include; Niger Tornadoes, Akwa United and Nasarawa United, while Enugu Rangers bagged their first point ever at FC Ifeanyiubah.Wikki Tourists and Kwara United were also pegged back at home by Enyimba and Go Round FC, respectively.At the Bako Kontagora Stadium in Minna, Niger Tornadoes extended their unbeaten streak to eight games by beating Yobe Desert Stars 1-0. Andrew Ikefe netted the winner in the last minute of added time.In Uyo, Akwa United bounced back from their exit from the CAF Confederation Cup, edging out Sunshine Stars 2-1.Enyimba held Wikki Tourists to a 0-0 draw at the New Jos Stadium, improving their unbeaten run in all competitions to seven games.The Oriental derby between hosts FC IfeanyiUbah and Enugu Rangers ended in a goalless draw.Tomorrow, MFM FC welcome Rivers United to Lagos and Heartland battle champions PlateauMATCH DAY 18Nasarawa 1-0 Abia WarriorsKatsina Utd 1-0 El-KanemiLobi 1-0 Kano PillarsAkwa Utd 2-1 SunshineWikki 0-0 EnyimbaFCIU 0-0 RangersKwara Utd 1-1 Go RoundTornadoes 1-0 Yobe StarsTODAYMFM FC Vs Rivers UtdHeartland FC Vs Plateau UtdShare this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram
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MIAMI — The mess in the Atlanta Braves clubhouse made by a punctured fire extinguisher has been cleaned up before Sunday’s series finale at Miami.The damage occurred when Braves reliever Sean Newcomb kicked a garbage can in anger after giving up the winning run in the 10th inning of Saturday night’s ugly 7-6 loss to the Marlins.The metal garbage can hit the fire extinguisher hanging nearby on the tunnel wall between the dugout and clubhouse, and chemical dust began to spew. A large fan helped send dust and smoke flying, preventing the team from entering the clubhouse.A cleanup crew stayed until early Sunday morning removing the dust. One worker said Newcomb apologized and offered to pay for any damage.Atlanta’s bullpen gave up seven runs in the final three innings of the game, including four in the ninth.TweetPinShare0 Shares