Paris Saint-Germain captain Thiago Silva admits that nobody that at the club is certain of how serious Neymar’s injury isThe Brazilian forward was withdrawn early into their 2-2 draw at Bordeaux with another apparent groin problem after scoring the opener.PSG coach Thomas Tuchel has ruled Neymar out for their next league match away to Strasbourg with Silva uncertain as to how long Neymar will be sidelined.“Neymar? We don’t know if it’s serious,” said Silva, according to Goal.PSG ultras sent a warning letter to Neymar Manuel R. Medina – September 14, 2019 Brazilian superstar Neymar might play today his first game of the season for Paris Saint-Germain and the team’s ultras have warned him.“But you know the guy, he doesn’t like to leave a game so if he does, there has to be something. I don’t know what he has.“He has to undergo a test and then we’ll tell you because you’re curious. I think even the doctor isn’t sure yet, but you’ll know [Monday].”Kylian Mbappe was the other goalscorer for PSG on Sunday as their 100% winning start to the Ligue 1 season came to an end.Neymar has managed 14 goals and seven assists in 17 appearances for PSG this season.
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Related Items: Providenciales, TCI, November 21, 2016 – The Turks and Caicos Islands Elections Department wishes to advise the general public that following on from the stipulated Nomination Day which was held on Friday November 18th, 2016, a total of 52 candidates have been nominated to stand for election.This includes thirty one (31) candidates across the ten (10) Electoral Districts in the Turks and Caicos Islands and an additional twenty one (21) All Island District candidates.Fifteen (15) candidates have each been nominated to stand for election on behalf of the People’s Democratic Movement (PDM) and Progressive National Party (PNP); twelve (12) candidates on behalf of the Progressive Democratic Alliance and ten (10) Independent candidates.TURKS AND CAICOS ISLANDS GOVERNMENT ELECTIONS DEPARTMENTPRESS RELEASE LIST OF NOMINATED CANDIDATES FOR GENERAL ELECTION 2016ELECTORAL DISTRICT 01 GRAND TURK NORTH1. Derek Rolle PDM2. George Lightbourne PNP3. Kwame Odinga Smith PDAELECTORAL DISTRICT 02 GRAND TURK SOUTH AND SALTCAY1. Noel Terrence Skippings PDA2. Edwin Astwood PDM3. Arthur Lightbourn PNP4. Valerie Jennings INDELECTORAL DISTRICT 03 SOUTH CAICOS1. Ruth Blackman PNP2. Keno Shamado Forbes PDM3. Christopher Emanuel Hall PDA4. Mc Allister Eusene Hanchell INDELECTORAL DISTRICT 04 MIDDLE AND NORTH CAICOS1. Mark Anthony Fulford PNP2. Ralph Higgs PDMELECTORAL DISTRICT 05 LEEWARD, PROVIDENCIALES1. Ezra Ringo Tyrone Taylor PDM2. Calsada Carolie Johnson PDA3. Akierra Mary Deanne Missick PNPELECTORAL DISTRICT 06 THE BIGHT, PROVIDENCIALES1. Dozzlie McLom Delancy PDA2. Porsha Stubbs-Smith PNP3. George C.D.Pratt PDMELECTORAL DISTRICT 07 CHESHIRE HALL AND RICHMOND HILL, PROVIDENCIALES1. Amanda Misick PNP2. Douglas Parnell PDM3. Charles Delancy PDAELECTORAL DISTRICT 08 BLUE HILLS, PROVIDENCIALES1. Ciclyn Been PDA2. Mixmillian Goldray EwingPDM3. Claudine Ewing-Pratt PNPELECTORAL DISTRICT 09 FIVE CAYS, PROVIDENCIALES1. Sean Rickard Astwood PDM2. Rachel Marshall Taylor PNP3. Bobbie D. Chambers PDAELECTORAL DISTRICT 10 WHEELAND, PROVIDENCIALES1. Hudson James Parker IND2. Dameko Canez Dean PNP3. Vaden Delroy Williams PDMALL ISLAND DISTRICT1. Sharlene Cartwright RobinsonPDM2. Josephine Olivia Connolly PDM3. Hugh Derek Taylor PDM4. Robert A. Been PDM5. Karen Evadne Malcolm PDM6. Rufus Washington Ewing PNP7. Charles Washington Misick PNP8. Sheba Latrice Wilson PNP9. John Malcolm PNP10. Ricardo Don-Hue Gardiner PNP11. Oswald Skippings PDA12. Herbert Andrew Swann jr. PDA13. Shirley Louise Clarke-CalcanoPDA14. Samuel Iotis Harvey PDA15. Michael Misick IND16. Damian Wilson IND17. Clarence Wesley Selver IND18. Sabrina Elizebeth Green IND19. Oscar O’Brien Forbes IND20. Jasmin Walkin IND21. Courtney Missick INDLister Dudley Lewis Supervisor of Elections Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp
WASHINGTON — Federal health regulators say a genetically modified salmon that grows twice as fast as normal is unlikely to harm the environment, clearing the way for the first approval of a scientifically engineered animal for human consumption.The Food and Drug Administration on Friday released its environmental assessment of the AquaAdvantage salmon, a faster-growing fish which has been subject to a contentious, yearslong debate. The document concludes that the fish “will not have any significant impacts on the quality of the human environment of the United States.” Regulators also said that the fish is unlikely to harm populations of natural salmon, a key concern for environmentalists.The FDA will take comments from the public on its report for 60 days before making it final.The FDA said more than two years ago that the fish appears to be safe to eat, but the agency had taken no public action since then.Experts view the release of the environmental report as the final step before approval. If FDA regulators clear the salmon, as expected, it would be the first genetically altered animal approved for food anywhere in the world.Critics call the modified salmon a “frankenfish.” They worry that it could cause human allergies and the eventual decimation of the natural salmon population if it escapes and breeds in the wild. Others believe breeding engineered animals is an ethical issue.
What’s reputedly the most gang-affected area in Clark County became the most volunteer-improved area on Monday morning.Hundreds of volunteers swarmed the swampy zone near East 18th Street where the Burnt Bridge Creek Greenway passes between Fort Vancouver High School and King Elementary School. Many volunteers were students from those schools, and more than a few said that planting trees and shrubs here on the Martin Luther King Day of Service has become an annual tradition they take seriously.“We see the trees we planted before,” said Fort Vancouver senior Valeriya Golikova. She and her friend Abby Pop enjoy strolling or jogging along the Burnt Bridge Creek trail, and seeing how this spot has grown lush with vegetation they installed with their own hands is an extra treat, they said.“It’s not even bad,” added Fort Vancouver junior Manuel Avalos, referring to the cold, slimy ground and the chilly, misty morning. (Then the shallow hole his group dug for their first sapling started producing cold, slimy earthworms and everybody started screaming.)Alejandra Anaya, a student at King, confessed that she hadn’t realized exactly what the task was going to be — she showed up in fuzzy slippers and sweat pants for an outing that really demanded blue jeans and waterproof boots — but was looking forward to exploring the trail for the first time ever, she said.“You are amazing for being here today,” Eddie Esparza told all the volunteers in a pep talk at Fort Vancouver before they all marched down the sidewalk to the trail entrance. Esparza added that, on this day honoring the slain civil rights leader, a march down the street would help young people experience for themselves at least a little bit of what King himself experienced. Without the protest marches and demonstrations of the civil rights era, Esparza said, such a multicolored group of volunteers never could have come together today at all.
The village of Newtok in western Alaska, in August 2016. (Photo by Eric Keto/Alaska’s Energy Desk)The village of Newtok plans to request a federal disaster declaration from President Barack Obama before he leaves office. The village is facing rapid erosion due to climate change, and officials say a disaster declaration may be the best chance to unlock federal funds for relocation before the existing village becomes uninhabitable…Listen NowThere’s no question Newtok faces disaster. Erosion and melting permafrost have destroyed the landfill, the sewage lagoon and the barge landing. An engineer’s report this month estimates the village of about 350 people will lose four to six homes by next fall, and the school sometime in 2018.Joel Neimeyer is co-chair of the Denali Commission, the federal agency charged with coordinating village relocation in Alaska. He said many places are facing threats from erosion – but Newtok is in a class by itself.The village of Newtok has lost ground at a rate of 67 feet per year since 1954, according to a recent engineer’s report. Here, the shoreline is pictured in August 2016. (Photo by Hanna Craig)“I’ve worked all across rural Alaska for 31 years, been to over 100 communities,” Neimeyer said. “I’ve never seen anything like this.”The problem is, Newtok faces a slow motion disaster. And that’s not what federal disaster relief is set up for. The Federal Emergency Management Agency, or FEMA, is designed to respond to specific events: a hurricane, a flood, an earthquake.And the federal government has historically insisted Newtok seek funding through more traditional avenues. But Mike Walleri, the attorney for the Newtok Village Council, said at this point, that’s not going to work.“We just simply don’t have time,” Walleri said.That’s the message representatives from Newtok took with them on a trip to Washington D.C. this fall. Walleri said it was an eye-opener for people in the capital. Despite President Obama’s trip to Alaska last year highlighting exactly this issue, he said, official Washington didn’t realize the true state of things.“Most people had not been aware that Newtok could not take advantage of what they call the catalog of federal assistance, simply because the village will be destroyed before the normal federal assistance can be applied for and implemented into the field,” Walleri said.Walleri said despite the traditional limits on FEMA, the president has a lot of leeway in defining a disaster. And a 2013 change in the Stafford Act, which governs disaster relief, allows tribes to request a federal disaster declaration directly, instead of going through the state.That declaration would make the village eligible for funding from agencies across the government. That could include direct assistance to individuals to repair or replace homes, money to replace public utilities and funding that could be used to move to the new village site upriver. Walleri said Newtok needs about $80 million.It’s far from a sure thing. Even if the president issues the disaster declaration, Congress would still have to appropriate the money.But Newtok thinks it’s worth a try. Walleri said the tribe hopes to make the request within two weeks.
Biarritz: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday highlighted India’s large scale efforts towards eliminating single use plastic, conserving water, harnessing solar energy and, protecting flora and fauna for a sustainable future in his address to a G7 session on environment here. Modi is attending the G7 Summit in this French town of Biarritz on special invitation of French President Emmanuel Macron. Also Read – Pakistan test-fires 290-km range missile Advertise With Us Prime Minister Modi said he addressed the session where he highlighted India’s large scale efforts towards eliminating single use plastic, conserving water, harnessing solar energy and, protecting flora and fauna for a sustainable future. “Reiterating India’s commitment to tackle global challenges PM @narendramodi attended the dedicated session of #G7Biarritz summit on ‘Biodiversity, Oceans, Climate’. Underlined India’s contribution to address reducing biodiversity, climate change, water stress & ocean pollution,” Ministry of External Affairs spokesperson Raveesh Kumar tweeted. Also Read – Imran calls on Pakistanis to take part in ‘Kashmir Hour’ Advertise With Us In his address to the Indian community at the UNESCO headquarters in Paris last week, Modi said India will achieve most of the COP 21 climate change goals set for 2030 in the next one and half years. The 21st session of the Conference of the Parties (COP21) of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) was held in Paris from November 30 to December 12 2015 that saw the participation of 195 nations. Advertise With Us The nations negotiated and adopted the Paris Agreement in which India made four commitments, including reducing greenhouse gas emission intensity of its GDP by 33-35 per cent below 2005 levels by 2030, under its Nationally Determined Contributions (NDC). It also pledged that 40 per cent of India’s power capacity would be based on non-fossil fuel sources and that the country will create an additional ‘carbon sink’ of 2.5 to 3 billion tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent through additional forest and tree cover by 2030. The country had decided to better adapt to climate change by enhancing investments in development programmes in sectors vulnerable to climate change, particularly agriculture, water resources, Himalayan region, coastal regions, health and disaster management. India had ratified the Paris agreement on climate change in 2016 to become the 62nd nation to join the deal.
Road AccidentTwo people were killed and two others injured as a bus collided head on with a truck at Purbo Gongabordi on Dhaka-Khulna highway in the outskirts of Faridpur on Saturday morning, reports UNB.One of the deceased was bus driver Islam from Magura.The Dhaka-bound bus Banaful Paribahan bus collided with the Magura- bound truck in the morning, leaving two people, including the bus driver, dead on the spot, UNB quoted Md Nurul Alam Dulal, senior station officer of Fadirpur Fire Service and Civil Defence saying.The injured were admitted to Faridpur Medical College and Hospital, UNB added.
Listen To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: X Share 00:00 /05:19 The Astros host the Yankees tonight (Oct. 13, 2017) in Game 1 of the American League Championship Series at Minute Maid Park. The two teams will play Game 2 Saturday (Oct. 14) at 3 p.m.The best-of-seven series pits the team with the most World Series championships (the Yankees, with 27) against a team with only one trip to the Fall Classic in its history (a 2005 sweep at the hands of the White Sox). Jeff Balke joins us for a quick preview of the series. He writes for Houston Press and Houstonia Magazine.SEVEN THINGS TO KNOW:Extra Arms: The Astros’ roster for the ALCS features one more pitcher than the previous round. Why? Jeff says this is a longer series than the five-game ALDS. And the Astros might need more arms to come in from the bullpen to get through it.First Two Games: The first two games (both at home) are key for the Astros, in which they’ll have their best two pitchers starting. The key will be if they can get their starters to go deep into games — instead of lasting only to the third or fourth inning.Keuchel v. The Yanks: Dallas Keuchel starts Game 1. In the past, he has owned the Yankees. The Astros need that to continue.Verlander v. Severino: In Game 2, Luis Severino starts for the Yankees while Justin Verlander starts for the Astros. While Severino has been good (except for his first start of the postseason). Verlander has been better — especially in the second half.Biggest Horses: Expect the Astros to ride their biggest horses in this series — Verlander, Keuchel, Jose Altuve, Carlos Correa and George Springer. These are the guys that got them here, and they’re the ones who will take them beyond.Yankees Relievers v. Astros Hitters: The Yankee bullpen features several really hard-throwing relievers. And while that can strike fear in a lot of teams, the Astros are the best fastball-hitting team in baseball. So it will be interesting to see them pitted against each other.Staying Loose At The Plate: The Astros don’t average a very high number of pitches per at-bat. In other words, they’ve become very disciplined at the plate and are aggressive about it. They know what pitch they’re looking for, and, when the see it, they swing. Here, Jeff says, the matchup favors the Astros. The question will be whether they can continue to be that loose-swinging team when things are tight under the pressure of a World Series berth at stake.
To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: Stephanie BensionJordan Simpson 00:00 /07:53 In this sound portrait, we meet poet Jordan Simpson. He describes how his poems begin with purpose and truth, how his struggles inspire him and the connection between poetry and pharmacy. He reads his poem, “Self Care.”Jordan Simpson is an award-winning slam poet, musician, activist and TEDx presenter. His writings have appeared in HuffPost and the Houston Chronicle. The 23-year-old is a doctoral candidate in pharmacy at Texas Southern University. His debut poetry collection, ON FIRE, is a journey of discovery that sheds light on mental health, immigration, self-acceptance and more, published by 310 Brown Street in May 2018. Self CareThe body’s clotting processIs where healing beginsYour blood hardens at the injury siteTo prevent any more lossA scab is formed to prevent infectionWhile your skin mends itselfThe time it takes your blood to clot may take secondsBut for your skin to repair is undeterminedWhen I think of self careI think of how innate healing isHow my body decides when there has been enough loss to actHow the maintenance of meIs a belief in autonomyI think of how cliché ‘self care’ soundsOf how uncomfortable it feelsLike bleeding gums after your first floss in awhileI haven’t taken care of myself properlyBecause I have a hard time finding the differenceBetween the painful process it takes to overcome my pastAnd my past itselfI’ve been getting in the way of my own healing by picking scabsAfter failed relationshipsThe suicide attemptsAfter losing my eyesight to an autoimmune diseaseAfter depressionAnd I wonder why my body is still full of remindersI’m a body of scars that wants to believe in healingI’m learning self care is an act of giving yourself permissionA covenant between me and my woundsYes, I am hurt, but no, not alwaysYes, I will be okBut no, I don’t always see the hard truthsLike having an autoimmune disease meansI am the most damaging to myselfThat my immunosuppressive therapies remind meThat my vulnerability isn’t always a curseThese timesGrowth is more of an irritationBecause shaving hasn’t been a daily routineUntil nowWhen happiness feels more like hot waterOn an open cut in the showerWhen depression is a cold nightI’m learning I can’t let this fallacy of isolation make me forgetThat I have a lover with a warm smile for those daysAnd it’s hardBeing strong with bruisesWhen you can’t be any more open than you already areAnd there’s nothing anyone can doBut watch your body quiver under the slightest of pressureSo you let the time passAnd pray your body works its magicBut self care is not magicIt’s a lesson in faith backed by hard scienceThat I believe in a God that believes in meEnough to be surrounded with friends as a reminderTo sleepTo cryTo prayTo drink waterTo allow myself to be lovedAnd lookI’ve never brushed my teeth enoughTo make hope feel so fresh in my mouthBut I am hereStill a gap-toothed unwarranted smileStill an infectious laugh amidst the diseaseStill a joyStill blessed and bleeding atop a mountain of bandagesKnowing I’m ok until I’m notUntil I am X Share This poem is reprinted with permission of the author.Music used: Don’t Worry (excerpt) and Optimist Live (excerpt) by Zoë Keating from Into the Trees and Ashes (excerpt) by Hilary Hahn & Hauschka from SilfraTo learn more about this series, go here. Listen
Playing an MMO on a game console has always been a somewhat sketchy proposition. The experience is usually not the same as the PC, and in the past you wind up sacrificing quite a big just so you can sit in the living room. Elder Scrolls Online and the next-gen consoles offer a path out of that perception, and recently Sony offered up some much needed answers regarding gameplay on the PS4.Elder Scrolls Online for the PS4 combines a lot of incredible things that could mean something truly exciting. The first is obviously the game itself, taking the Elder Scrolls into the MMO space sounds fantastic, and everything we’ve seen so far suggests they are ready to pull it off. Skyrim, the last of the Elder Scrolls games, was tremendously successful on previous consoles, so the huge performance boost will be great for this game in particular. Still, there’s a lot that needs to be known here.How will the subscriptions be managed for the game? Will the controls be unique to the console or will we see a similar experience between the PC and PS4 versions? What about the touchpad on the PS4? Fortunately, Sony stepped up to the plate with more than a few answers, though they do seem to invite more questions.Sony’s Playstation blog fielded some of the most common questions, but managed to dodge a few in the way they answered. On the topic of subscriptions, a PlayStation Plus account will not be required to play the game. All you will need is a subscription to the game after you’ve paid for the game itself. Sony didn’t explain whether or not you’ll need multiple subscriptions if you plan to play across devices, but it seems likely since the PS4 version of the game won’t talk to any of the other versions of the game.A gameplay system that incorporates the PS4 DualShock controller is being built so users will have a custom experience that is optimized for the couch, according to Sony. Multiple button configurations for the controller will be available to the user, with a focus on making abilities available as quickly as possible. Given what we saw from Blizzard when Diablo 3 came to consoles we know it is possible to have a fun gameplay experience that is built specifically for the console controller, so it seems likely ESO will deliver something similar.The other big question on everyone’s mind is when can we play, and really that applies to just about everyone looking to do something new with their PS4 right now. There’s no official date for an ESO beta, but Sony confirmed that the PS4 will have an exclusive beta for users to play. Once the game is out, the UK and US servers will be separate permanently, and the PS4 players will be kept separate from PC and Xbox One players, and while that’s a bummer it was an expected one.There’s still plenty of questions that we’d like answered, especially about PS4 gameplay. Given the big push to PS Vita remote play by Sony, it’d be nice to know if that is going to be an option for users when the game is launched. Another is whether or not the button configurations will be exchangeable at all outside of the presets Sony has created, or if a mouse and keyboard will be permitted during gameplay. There’s also the earlier question regarding subscriptions, and as always time will tell and we’ll know for sure when the game is launched at the very latest.
In the ongoing debate regarding the evolution of life on planet Earth, more and more scientists are coming to believe it likely came here from elsewhere, via comets, or asteroids, rather that springing forth from initial ingredients. In this new effort, the researchers have found evidence that the nitrogen level of our atmosphere likely came to exist due to early meteor showers.The trio studied the meteorite samples using an electron microscope looking at bits of the mineral carlsbergite which were too small to be seen with the naked eye—in so doing they found nitrogen levels nearly identical to those found in our atmosphere. The finding, they say, shows that there was another kind of nitrogen present in the early solar system—billions of years ago.Carlsbergite is made of nitrogen and chromium, and is unusual of course, because nitrogen is generally found as a gas and has rarely been seen in mineral crystals. The researchers theorize that the nitrogen in the carlsbergite got there due to shock waves or collisions between ammonia bearing ices—the high temperatures could have caused reactions that led to the formation of chromium and nitrogen. Asteroids with some amount of carlsbergite in them would have then made their way across the solar system, eventually, with help from Jupiter’s gravity, crossing paths with our own planet, and giving rise to the nitrogen in our atmosphere.The team is looking forward to revelations by NASA’s Dawn spacecraft this spring as it makes its way into orbit around the dwarf planet Ceres which is in the asteroid belt, possibly offering evidence of carlsbergite in asteroids with nitrogen levels matching those of the samples they have been studying—giving credence to their theories. More information: Reactive ammonia in the solar protoplanetary disk and the origin of Earth’s nitrogen, Nature Geoscience (2015) DOI: 10.1038/ngeo2339AbstractTerrestrial nitrogen isotopic compositions are distinct from solar and cometary values and similar to those of primitive meteorites, suggesting that Earth’s atmospheric nitrogen originates from a primordial cosmochemical source. Prebiotic organic compounds containing nitrogen that formed in the solar protoplanetary disk, such as amino acids, may have contributed to the emergence of life on Earth. However, the original reservoirs of these volatile compounds and the processes involved in their distribution and chemical modification before accretion remain unclear. Here we report the occurrence of the mineral carlsbergite (chromium nitride) within nanocrystalline sulphide inclusions of primitive chondritic meteorites using transmission electron microscopy and secondary ion mass spectrometry. The characteristics and occurrence of carlsbergite are consistent with precipitation from a chromium-bearing metal in the presence of reactive ammonia. The carlsbergite crystals have nitrogen isotopic compositions that differ from ammonia in cometary ices, but are similar to Earth’s atmospheric nitrogen. We suggest that the reactive ammonia proposed to have initiated formation of the carlsbergite came from ices within regions of the protoplanetary disk that were affected by the distal wakes of shock waves. Our findings imply that these primordial ammonia-bearing ices were a nitrogen reservoir within the formation region of the chondritic meteorite parent bodies and could have been a source of volatiles for the early Earth. Citation: Researchers find levels of nitrogen in meteorites similar to levels in Earth’s atmosphere (2015, January 21) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2015-01-nitrogen-meteorites-similar-earth-atmosphere.html Journal information: Nature Geoscience (Phys.org)—A trio of researchers in Germany has found levels of nitrogen in carlsbergite in two meteorite samples match levels found in the human body and the Earth’s atmosphere. In their paper published in Nature Geoscience, Dennis Harries, Falko Langenhorst and Peter Hoppe with Universität Bayreuth, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena and Max-Planck-Institut für Chemie respectively describe their analyses of two primitive meteorites found in Antarctica in 1979, and offer theories as to how nitrogen levels found in them came to be there. Explore further © 2015 Phys.org Estimates of anthropogenic nitrogen in the ocean may be high Credit: NASA This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only.
August 13, 2012 Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Attend this free webinar and learn how you can maximize efficiency while getting the most critical things done right. Register Now » Free Webinar | Sept 5: Tips and Tools for Making Progress Toward Important Goals 5 min read Shutterstock.comApps for accepting customer credit cards on mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets are becoming big business. Take for instance San Francisco-based mobile payments startup Square, which recently inked a deal with Starbucks to process all of the Seattle coffee giant’s credit and debit transactions. And major companies such as PayPal and accounting software provider Intuit have created their own payment apps, too.For small businesses, that means there are more options for simpler credit card processing or an inexpensive point-of-sale system. But from fee structures to device compatibility and support, there are some subtle and not-so-subtle differences between the mobile payment providers that business owners should know about before getting started.Here’s a look at pros and cons for four different mobile payment apps, and suggestions for who might want to consider using them:SquareAfter launching in 2010, Square is one of the most popular mobile payments services, claiming to have more than 2 million users. Its card reader is a small, white square that plugs directly into smartphones and tablets.Pros: The Square app has an easy-to-navigate design with big, clearly-labeled buttons. The iPad version — Square Register — enables users to add custom product photos, which can help simplify the check-out process for cashiers.An online dashboard tracks detailed sales data and businesses can look at charts analyzing day-to-day, week-to-week or month-to-month performance. Businesses can create custom rewards programs for repeat customers, such as digital punchards. And the “Pay with Square” feature lets patrons open a virtual tab and pay via their smartphones without having to swipe a credit card.Cons: Other than an online Help Center Square offers little in the way of human tech support. That can make setting up custom features, such as sales tax rates, difficult for non tech-savvy users.Price: Square has a 2.75 percent swipe fee, plus an additional 3.5 percent and a 15-cent transaction fee for card numbers that are keyed in manually.Who should use it: Business owners who are just getting started and want a moderately easy-to-use mobile payments service should consider going with Square, despite its lack of hands-on tech support.Related: 8 Great Time-Tracking Apps for FreelancersIntuit GoPaymentMountain View, Calif.-based Intuit offers Intuit GoPayment, which is built specifically to work with its QuickBooks accounting software.Pros: GoPayment transactions sync directly with QuickBooks PC and its web-based counterpart, QuickBooks Online. For Intuit Merchant Service users, it works with QuickBooks for Mac as well. Being able to flow transactions directly into your accounting software can save time that would otherwise be spent manually moving that data.Other perks include the ability to add up to 50 users per account and having automatic, location-based sales tax calculation for transactions.Cons: First, the physical reader is bulky — about three times larger than Square’s. Additionally, Intuit GoPayment doesn’t make it easy to key in cash payments, so you’ll have find another way to process those transactions and upload them to QuickBooks.Price: For $12.95 per month, you can cut the basic transaction fee Intuit takes per transaction from 2.7 percent to 1.7 percent (and from 3.7 percent to 2.7 percent for keyed rates). There are no transaction fees.Who should use it: For dedicated QuickBooks users, Intuit GoPayment offers significant convenience. But brick-and-mortar businesses that take cash as often as cards might want to think twice.Related: 10 Online Invoicing Services for Small-Business OwnersPayAnywhereBy Troy, Mich.-based merchant services and credit card processing company North American Bancard, PayAnywhere has been in business since 1992 — longer than any of the other services.Pros: PayAnywhere offers over-the-phone support, with separate phone lines for tech support and customer service. There is a live chat option on the PayAnywhere website, plus comprehensive video tutorials demonstrating the app’s features. PayAnywhere also is one of the few mobile payment apps to actively support BlackBerry devices.Cons: It works with any Apple AirPrint compatible device or Star thermal printer, which can be used to connect receipt printers and cash drawers to your device. But this only works for Apple devices, so you’re limited to using an iPhone or iPad.Price: PayAnywhere charges 2.69 percent per swipe, with 3.49 percent plus a 19-cent transaction fee for keyed transactions.Who should use it: For business owners who’d rather entrust their payment processing to a company that’s been doing it for more than just a few years, PayAnywhere might be the best option. And its 24/7 support can help mitigate any technical concerns.PayPal HereLaunched in March, this service connects with a user’s PayPal account and lets users process payments and track everything that happens for both online and offline sales.Pros: PayPal Here accepts the widest range of payments, including online invoices and payments through PayPal’s mobile app. Using a smartphone or tablet camera, it can also accept checks and take credit card payments without using the detachable card reader.And instead of having to wait one or more days for processing, funds are immediately available if spent with a PayPal Debit card.Cons: There is no dedicated app for the iPad or other tablets.Price: PayPal charges 2.7 percent per card swipe and 3.5 percent plus 15 cents for keyed transactions.Who should use it: PayPal users will most likely start with this service. So should businesses that do significant amounts of face-to-face and online sales.Related: Using an iPad to Boost Productivity (Video)
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