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first_imgExperienced campaigner Richard ‘Spoon’ McCallum has retired as goalkeeper of Red Stripe Premier League club Waterhouse FC. He is now acting general secretary at the Drewsland-based club. “I have retired because of personal reasons, to pursue a bachelors degree in production and operation,” said McCallum, who stood between the sticks at Waterhouse for 12 years, during an interview with The Gleaner yesterday. “The club was notified two months ago, and it is effective as at December 31, 2015,” he added. McCallum was approached to take up a position as general secretary, at the club because Felix Porter has vacated the post due to health reasons. “The club (Waterhouse) approached me to be acting general secretary, and I duly accepted the post,” McCallum informed. He said the players in the senior team at the club expressed regrets with him leaving at this time. “I spoke to the players, and some have expressed regrets and want me to delay the decision, but I have to think about life after football. I can’t continue to focus on goalkeeping and school at the same time,” McCallum said. McCallum also represented Invaders FC for one year and Seba (now Montego Bay United) for three years, before journeying from St James to St Andrew. He made his international debut for Jamaica in 2006, and also represented the country at the Under-17, Under-20 and Under-23 levels.last_img read more

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first_imgAdvertisement Samsung teased plans to launch a smartphone with a curved screen with a press statement last month, and now the Korean company unveiled the device: it’s called the Galaxy Round, as many had predicted.The phone sports a 5.7-inch 1080p screen — which is the same size as the recently launched Galaxy Note 3 — but the panel is curved horizontally in a similar way to a TV set. The device runs Android 4.3, is 7.9mm thick and weighs 154g, and packs a 13-megapixel rear camera and 2.3 GHz quad-core processor. – Advertisement – Its similarities to the Galaxy Note 3 extend to the back cover, which features a leather-and-stitch style.The main benefit seems to be a feature called ‘Roll Effect’ which pulls up information about the device — missed calls, battery life, etc — when tilted on a flat surface.Other features include ‘Gravity Effect,’ which produces “visual interactions” when the device is tilted, and modes to control music tracks and open photo and video albums by pressing and tilting the screen.The Round is set to launch in Korea first, where it will cost 1.09 million won (around $1,013). The company says it has no word on overseas launch dates, or even whether the device will make it out of Samsung’s home market and on to the international scene.LG is also working to release a curved screen device, and a phone known to be called the G Flex is reportedly set to launch before the end of the year, according to sources.Credit: TNWlast_img read more

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