Chelsea chairman Bruce Buck has penned an open letter after UEFA launched an investigation into allegations of "racist incidents" involving their fans at a Europa League tie in Hungary last week. A section of supporters were accused of anti-semitic chanting during the game with Vidi in Budapest and it has also been reported that highly offensive flags with Nazi symbols were taken to the game and put on display. UEFA have now announced a full-scale probe which could lead to potential fines and further punishment. Buck, addressed fans outside the away end before Chelsea 's game with Brighton at the weekend, and has now penned a lengthy open letter to supporters regarding recent events. The statement begins: "After recent events, I wanted to take this opportunity to reach out to our community and fans to condemn the actions of a few mindless individuals at some of our recent matches. "These actions are unacceptable and unwelcome both in our club and in football. A deeply unpleasant but … [Read more...] about UEFA launch investigation into Chelsea amid allegations of anti-Semitic chanting
Best Answer: Yes! The Fitbit Alta HR is designed to be customizable to fit the wearer's needs, whether it's stylish and chic or sporty and fun. Fitbit has a variety of different colored bands that come in either the default elastomer material (Classic) or soft, genuine leather. But don't think that you're only limited to what Fitbit offers in terms of accessories because there is an entire world out there full of third-party bands and other accessories for the Fitbit Alta HR. And the process of changing bands is as easy as they come.We found the following on Amazon:Fitbit Alta HR ($128)Fitbit Alta HR and Alta Classic Accessory Band Small ($28)Fitbit Alta HR and Alta Leather Accessory Band Large ($27) How do I change out the bands? With the Fitbit Alta HR (along with Alta and Ace), there are two detachable bands at the top and bottom of the tracker itself. All you need to do is turn the tracker over (bottom side up) and find those band latches. These latches are found on each end where … [Read more...] about Can you change the band on the Fitbit Alta HR?
Capcom’s Biohazard series – known here in the West as Resident Evil – was a major factor in establishing their dominance in the PlayStation 1 era, and the franchise has continued to evolve and push the genre of survival horror forward in the two-plus decades of its existence. And with success comes merchandise. Resident Evil toys are a must for any horror head’s desk or display shelf, and here’s our guide to the absolute best of the lot. NECA Chris Redfield Action Figure Standing eleven inches tall, this extremely detailed figure of one of the Resident Evil franchise’s most durable protagonists is a really slick buy. Chris Redfield was the hero of the first game and has evolved in some interesting ways over the years, gaining a significant amount of muscle mass and upgrading his weaponry. He’s also made the jump over to the fighting game world with appearances in two Marvel vs. Capcom games. There are so many interesting choices made by the … [Read more...] about Toy Tuesday: 11 Goriest ‘Resident Evil’ Toys
A pair of trees spring up from a coffee table. Gardens grow out of coffee cups and couch cushions. A miniature island sits in the middle of a living room floor, with a fox darting in and out. No, this isn’t an image of an overgrown dystopian future where the plants have taken back the earth. It’s Luna: Moondust Garden, a new game out today for the Magic Leap Creator Edition augmented reality headset that GeekWire recently tested at Magic Leap’s Seattle outpost. The $5 sequel to the popular VR title Luna lets users plant interactive gardens, build islands, place ships and more all within the physical space by pointing and clicking with Magic Leap’s hand-held controller. With easy-to-follow instructions, relaxing tones and tunes and fun interactions between the physical and digital worlds, the game makes for a nice introduction to in-depth augmented reality. Today, Magic Leap’s headset is aimed squarely at developers and content creators, but if Magic Leap … [Read more...] about Latest game for Magic Leap AR headset gives a taste of device’s potential mass-market appeal
The power to easily change your Twitter timeline is now in your hands. On Tuesday, Twitter said it was rolling out a simpler way for users to switch between tweets chosen by an algorithm or the most recent tweets from accounts they follow. Twitter users who browse the social media site on an iPhone will be able to do so by clicking on a sparkle icon at the top of their timeline. The change is expected to roll out on Android and desktop after the holidays. Twitter released an algorithmic timeline in 2016, but users have to go to the site's settings to switch it off. In September, the company said it was working on a way to give users more control over their timeline and started testing the new tool. Wally Gurzynski, a product manager at Twitter, said the company found there were different situations in which users preferred seeing top tweets instead of the most recent ones. When Twitter users wake up in the morning, they might want to see the algorithmic timeline to … [Read more...] about Twitter rolls out easier way to switch between latest and top tweets