A panel of experts shared their thoughts during a session at the RSA Security Conference on the disconnect between cybersecurity perception and the reality most companies face.
Sci-Fi puzzle adventure game Love You to Bits has been named Apple’s App of the Week, and as a result, it will be free to download for the next seven days.
Released in February of 2016, Love You to Bits is normally priced at $4.99. In this game, players take on the role of Kosmo, a space explorer who is searching for the parts of Nova, his robot girlfriend that was destroyed in an accident.
Gameplay consists of exploring strange worlds of planets, solving puzzles, and hunting down hidden objects to uncover the details of the love story between Kosmo and Nova.
Explore enigmatic planets full of mind-boggling puzzles to be solved! Meet and outsmart dozens of bizarre creatures and aliens from all around the universe!
Experience and rebuild a thrilling love story for all audiences: pure visual-storytelling with stylized visuals and a hair-raising soundtrack!
Reconstruct the touching past of Kosmo and Nova by collecting dozens of their hidden love-tokens.
Coming soon, extra unique levels will be added to “Love You to Bits”! The adventure continues with no in-app purchases of any kind!
To play the game, an iPad 2 or newer, iPhone 4s or newer, or fifth-generation iPod touch is required. iOS 8 or later must also be installed.
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I don’t know what triggers OneDrive advertisements in Explorer. I don’t know if they appear in Windows 10 stable builds or just Insider Previews as a taste of things to come. I don’t know that I even care any more.
But come on.
Nobody in Redmond thought, “Gosh, that’s a little distasteful”? I mean, “Let’s just turn our operating system into a billboard!” offends nobody?
It’s not the first time but it’s a far cry from the norm where an issuer attracts more than enough demand to allow a bond offering to be upsized.
On Thursday, IAMGOLD Corp. priced a US$400 million high yield offering of eight-year notes. When the roadshow started the goal was to raise US$500 million. The idea was for IAMGOLD to raise sufficient new capital to fund the redemption of its outstanding 6.75 per cent Senior Notes that were due in 2020. About US$489 million of bonds were set to be redeemed.
According to Harry Koza, Senior Market Analyst at IFR Markets Canada, IAMGOLD has joined a rather select group. Koza, who maintains an extensive database, said that since 2004, five issuers, the bulk of which were offering junk bonds or high yield securities, have received less cash than they intended.
The four high yield borrowers are: Telesat Canada (which in November 2016 received US$500 million vs. a planned US$750 million); Sunshine Oilsands (which in June 2014 ended up with US$200 million compared with an anticipated US$325 million); Canwest (which raised US$400 million vs. a planned US$650 million in June 2007) and Hudson Bay Mining and Smelting (whose 2004 ambitions to raise US$200 million ended up at US$175 million.) Among investment grade borrowers, Peel region stands alone: in 2010, it sought $390 million and closed on $300 million.)
It’s worth noting that on the same day that IAMGOLD cut the size of its offering, another high yield issuer Valeant Inc. had a different outcome: instead of raising US$2.5 billion the company ended up with US$3.25 billion.
The two men have bonded over being “abused”, the former UK Independence Party leader says.