On Sunday, we asked readers who they thought Staten Island’s top PSAL hitter was to date, and the votes have come pouring in for our five contenders since.Though polling remains open until Friday (feel free to vote as often as you’d like), two players have begun to separate themselves from the rest of the pack. Who is the PSAL's top hitter? As of Wednesday, Tottenville’s Jake Myers remains at the top of the list with almost 42 percent (nearly 17,000 votes) of the over 40,000 votes cast.New Dorp’s Mike Deluca isn’t far behind with nearly 12,000 votes -- approximately 29 percent of the tally.Nichael Navedo (Curtis) and Angel Santiago (Port Richmond) have accrued about 5,000 votes apiece, while Susan Wagner’s Anthony Frange sits behind them with over 1,600 votes.Be sure to check back on Friday when we announce the winner! … [Read more...] about *UPDATE* HS BASEBALL POLL: Who is the PSAL’s top hitter?
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One week before it's expected to lift the curtain on a long-rumored video streaming service at an event on March 25, Apple announced two new iPads. Starting at $499 (£479, AU$779), the new iPad Air features a 10.5-inch Retina display and the same A12 Bionic processor used in the iPhone XS. The new $399 (£399, AU$599) iPad Mini will replace the aging iPad Mini 4, which had been left virtually unchanged by Apple since its debut in 2015. The new models are now available for preorder and will be in stores next week. See the buying links below, and note that CNET may get a share of revenue from the sale of products featured on this page. Now playing: Watch this: Apple updates iPad Mini and iPad Air 1:47 The 2019 iPad Air The new iPad Air sits between the 9.7-inch iPad introduced last year, which starts at $329, and the 11-inch iPad Pro, which starts at $799 and has a more powerful A12X processor. The new Air is essentially a refresh of the 10.5-inch … [Read more...] about Apple announces new $499 iPad Air and $399 iPad Mini, both with Pencil support and faster A12 processor
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BMW has agreed an outline deal that would see electric Minis made in China, as well as in Oxford. A 'letter of intent' has been signed with manufacturer Great Wall Motor and the companies are now seeking to agree the exact location of production and how much will be invested. The deal is seen as a way of expanding the brand in to one of the world's largest markets and will not affect BMW's plan to assemble electric Minis at the Cowley plant from 2019. A spokesman said: "This is about the future global potential of the Mini brand. "It does not put into question our commitment to our UK facilities, or our plans to build the first fully-electric Mini here in Oxford in 2019." The cars will be made for the Chinese market where the company sold 560,000 vehicles last year - more than in the next two largest markets, the US and Germany, combined. In 2017, China was Mini’s fourth-largest market, with around 35,000 cars sold. With an ever expanding middle class, the country … [Read more...] about BMW to build electric Minis in China
OXFORD East MP Anneliese Dodds has said it is vital for major firms like BMW that the UK remains in a customs union so 'frictionless trade' can continue. The Labour MP has backed party leader Jeremy Corbyn, who last week vowed to protect the nation’s car industry, insisting Labour wanted to negotiate a new customs union with the European Union to benefit car manufacturers. The announcement, in a speech in Coventry, means a Labour government would negotiate a new customs union with the EU, allowing goods to be transported between the UK and EU countries without restrictions after Brexit. Mr Corbyn said: "If we look at the example of one of Britain’s most iconic brands in this sector, the Mini, we begin to see how reliant our automotive industry is on a frictionless, interwoven supply chain. "A Mini will cross the English Channel three times in a 2,000-mile journey before the finished car rolls off the production line. "Starting in Oxford it will be shipped to … [Read more...] about ‘Labour’s customs union stance would be best outcome for Mini Plant’