New York Man Pleads Guilty to Conspiring to Provide Material Support to ISIL

Akhror Saidakhmetov, 21, a citizen of Kazakhstan and a resident of Brooklyn, New York, pleaded guilty to conspiring to provide material support to the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), a designated foreign terrorist organization.

The guilty plea was announced by Acting Assistant Attorney General for National Security Mary B. McCord, U.S. Attorney Robert L. Capers of the Eastern District of New York, Assistant Director-in-Charge William F. Sweeney, Jr. of the FBI’s New York Field Office, Special Agent-in-Charge Angel M. Melendez of Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) New York Field Office and Commissioner James P. O’Neill of the New York City Police Department. The plea took place before U.S. District Judge William F. Kuntz, II.

“Akhror Saidakhmetov admitted that he conspired to provide material support to ISIL and that he was prepared to commit violence overseas or here in the United States,” said Acting Assistant Attorney General McCord. “The National Security Division’s highest priority is counterterrorism. This case reflects our commitment to disrupting and holding accountable those who wish to wage violence on behalf of ISIL, either at home or abroad.”

“The defendant was committed to traveling to Syria to join ISIL or to conducting a domestic terror attack if unable to travel to Syria,” said U.S. Attorney Capers. “Thanks to the efforts of FBI’s Joint Terrorism Task Force in New York, we have prevented two local residents – Saidakhmetov and his codefendant Abdurasul Juraboev – from becoming foreign fighters in Syria or attacking victims here in the United States.”

“As we presented in our case, Akhror Saidakhmetov clearly expressed the desire to commit violence, either domestically or abroad, on behalf of a terrorist organization. His failure to carry out this desire is a testament to the tireless efforts of FBI New York’s Joint Terrorism Task Force. Today’s guilty plea is further testament to the dedicated work on this case by agents and officers who encompass that task force,” said Assistant Director-in-Charge Sweeney.

“Saidakhmetov made threats towards American law enforcement and attempted to join ISIL in its caustic jihad. Terrorism, and its threat to the homeland, is why HSI continues to be a leading contributor to the Joint Terrorism Task Force here in New York and across the country,” said Special-Agent-in-Charge Melendez. “We cannot allow extremists to terrorize our neighborhoods or make threats towards our men and women in blue.”

“This defendant pledged allegiance to ISIL, which has called on its followers to attack the United States and specifically New York City. The defendant also attempted to travel to Syria,” said Commissioner O’Neill. “This guilty plea is another example of the collaborative work of the members of the FBI-NYPD Joint Terrorism Task Force and the prosecutors of the U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of New York.”  

According to previous court filings, Saidakhmetov became keenly interested in traveling to ISIL-controlled territories in order to wage violent jihad. In August 2014, he made the following online posting referencing a video containing footage of multiple individuals pledging allegiance to ISIL and showing mass executions by ISIL of Iraqi forces captured during ISIL’s takeover of Mosul, Iraq: “Allohu Akbar I was very happy after reading this, my eyes joyful so much victory.”

During the fall and winter of 2014-2015, Saidakhmetov and codefendant Abdurasul Juraboev made plans to travel to Syria to fight on behalf of ISIL. In one recorded conversation, Saidakhmetov remarked that if he was unable to travel to Syria, he would purchase a machine gun and shoot police officers in the U.S. The defendants’ efforts to travel culminated in Saidakhmetov’s arrest on Feb, 25, 2015 at John F. Kennedy International Airport in Queens, New York, while attempting to board a flight for Turkey. Juraboev was also arrested on the same day. At the time of Juraboev’s arrest, he had already purchased a ticket for a flight to Turkey. Juraboev pleaded guilty in August 2016 to conspiring to provide material support to a designated foreign terrorist organization, and is awaiting sentencing.

At sentencing, Saidakhmetov faces up to 15 years in prison.

The maximum statutory sentence is prescribed by Congress and is provided here for informational purposes. If convicted of any offense, the sentencing of the defendant will be determined by the court based on the advisory Sentencing Guidelines and other statutory factors.

The government’s case is being prosecuted by the National Security & Cybercrime Section of the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of New York. Assistant U.S. Attorneys Alexander Solomon, Douglas M. Pravda, Peter W. Baldwin and David K. Kessler of the Eastern District of New York are in charge of the prosecution, with assistance from Trial Attorney Steven Ward of the National Security Division’s Counterterrorism Section.

Vial Adaptors for Reconstitution Drug Market Research Report by Geographical Analysis & Forecast to 2016 – 2024

Transparency Market Research presents this most up-to-date research on “Vial Adaptors for Reconstitution Drug Market (Products – 13mm and 20mm Vial Adaptors; Material – Polycarbonate, Silicon, Polyethylene Teraphthalate Glycol, and Polyethylene; Therapeutic Area – Autoimmune Diseases, Infectious Diseases, Metabolic Conditions, and Reproductive Health; Delivery Mode – Injection and Infusion) – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast 2016 – 2024”

Global Vial Adaptors for Reconstitution Drug Market: Snapshot

The global market for vial adaptors for reconstitution drugs has been experiencing a steady demand as these vial adaptors have come to be the safest solutions for quick transfer for drugs between vials. The demand for these vial adaptors is also expected to shoot up as they are exceptionally cost-effective and come with a reduced the risk of needlestick injuries. The growing prevalence of infectious diseases, widening pool of geriatrics, and increasing safety concerns have all triggered a demand for vial adaptors for reconstitution drugs. According to the research report, the global vial adaptors for reconstitution drug market was valued at US$780 mn in 2015 and is expected to reach US$1.3 bn by the end of 2024. Between the forecast years of 2016 and 2024, the global market is expected to progress at a CAGR of 7.5%.

Vial Adaptors for Reconstitution Drug Market: Scope and Methodology

This report on the vial adaptors for reconstitution drug market analyzes the current and future prospects of the market globally. The report comprises an elaborate executive summary, including a market snapshot that provides overall information of various segments and sub-segments.

The research is a combination of primary and secondary research. Primary research formed the bulk of our research efforts along with information collected from telephonic interviews and interactions via e-mails. Secondary research involved study of company websites, annual reports, press releases, stock analysis presentations, and various international and national databases. The report provides market size in terms of US$ Mn and volume in terms of million units for each segment for the period from 2014 to 2024, considering the macro and micro environmental factors. Growth rates for each segment within the global vial adaptors for reconstitution drug market have been determined after a thorough analysis of past trends, demographics, future trends, technological developments, and regulatory requirements.

A detailed qualitative analysis of factors responsible for driving and restraining market growth and future opportunities has been provided in the market overview section. This section of the report also includes market attractiveness analysis that provides a thorough analysis of the overall competitive scenario in the global vial adaptors for reconstitution drug market.

Market revenue in terms of US$ Mn and volume in terms of million units for the period between 2014 and 2024 along with the compound annual growth rate (CAGR %) from 2016 to 2024 are provided for all the segments, considering 2015 as the base year. Market size estimations involved in-depth study of services and product features of different types of services. Additionally, market related factors such as increasing preference for technologically advanced services, product innovation, and increasing prevalence of cancer and other chronic diseases in various geographies and historical year-on-year growth have been taken into consideration while estimating the market size.

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Key Players Mentioned in the Report are:

The global vial adaptors for reconstitution drug market is consolidated in which relatively small number of companies accounted for majority market share. Major players operating in the global vial adaptors for reconstitution drug market are Baxter International Inc., Becton, Dickinson and Company, Cardinal Health, Inc., Sensile Medical AG, Unilife Corporation and West Pharmaceutical Services, Inc.

The global vial adaptors for reconstitution drug market has been segmented as follows:

Global Vial Adaptors for Reconstitution Drug Market, by Product Type

13mm Vial Adaptor

20mm Vial Adaptor

Global Vial Adaptors for Reconstitution Drug Market, by Material

Polycarbonate

Silicon

Polyethylene Teraphthalate Glycol

Polyethylene

Others

Global Vial Adaptors for Reconstitution Drug Market, by Therapeutic Area

Autoimmune Diseases

Infectious Diseases

Metabolic Conditions

Reproductive Health

Others

Global Vial Adaptors for Reconstitution Drug Market, by Delivery Mode

Injection

Infusion

Global Vial Adaptors for Reconstitution Drug Market, by Geography

North America

U.S.

Canada

Europe

U.K.

Germany

Rest of Europe

Asia Pacific

China

Japan

Rest of Asia Pacific

Rest of World

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Is the Samsung Galaxy S5 Still Worth Buying? – 2017 Review

Salt Lake City, UT — (ReleaseWire) — 01/19/2017 –Though three years have past since it’s release, Samsung’s 2014 Galaxy S5 may still has a lot to offer. Simply inspired, the S5 makes every day better in ways big and small. HD movies and games roar to life. Capture split-second moments with the fast camera and track fitness levels down to the heartbeat. Here is a review of the Samsung Galaxy S5 and why it still worthy of consideration as a smartphone

Right now the S5 is being offered as a daily deal for just $129.97 on Yugster. This is an Unlocked smartphone for carriers like AT&T, T-Mobile, and will also work with Verizon, but Will NOT work with Sprint.

Display

Samsung has put everything it knows about HDTV technology on brilliant display with the 5.1-inch Full HD Super AMOLED® screen on the Samsung Galaxy S 5. Movies and TV shows come to life as they were meant to be seen. Enjoy rich colors, high contrast and fast response times.

Camera

Capture moments as they happen with features that make the 16-megapixel camera ready to shoot in an instant. With a lightning-fast autofocus, users can frame, capture and edit split-second shots like a professional photographer. Use Selective Focus to put more emphasis on desired subject.

Health and Fitness

Give the heart some love with the heart monitor that responds to the touch of a finger. Chart heart rate levels before and after exercise. Meet the perfect workout partner that can track steps, challenge friends, earn badges and get on-demand nutrition advice with S Health.

The Galaxy S5 received 3.5 out 5 stars in a review on CNET. “Samsung’s Galaxy S5 excels at everything that matters” wrote Jessica Dolcourt. “…a bright, beautiful display; blistering quad-core processor; and an excellent camera experience. In addition, Samsung’s efforts to streamline its own custom interface and reduce pre-installed bloatware pay off.” The S5 normally retails for $499.99 at retailers like Amazon, so it’s really a bargain on Yugster for just $129.97.

Hurry and grab the Samsung Galaxy S5 on yugster.com for a limited time only. Deals on Yugster often sellout, which is why Yugster’s slogan is, “Yours Until Gone.” So grab this deal before they’re gone!

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Yugster is a popular daily deal website that has new deals every morning at 6AM EST. Located in Salt Lake City, Utah, Yugster services and ships their deals nationwide. Sign-up to get the deals emailed to your inbox every day, and for exclusive member only deals!

Visit http://www.yugster.com for more information and to check out the latest deals.

Arccos and Microsoft Collaborate to Help Golfers Play Smarter, Shoot Lower Scores Through Big Data and Machine Learning

STAMFORD, Conn., Jan. 19, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Arccos Golf announces Microsoft Corp. as its Official Cloud Partner in an initiative combining Arccos’ industry-leading performance tracking and data set of 50 million golf shots with the power of the Microsoft Azure cloud platform and Azure Machine Learning, part of Microsoft Cortana Intelligence. The companies will develop technologies that use advanced analytics to deliver insights which help golfers of all skill levels play smarter to shoot lower scores.

The first phase of this collaboration – the Arccos Course Analyzer – will premiere January 24 at the PGA Show in Orlando, Fla. The platform layers an Arccos user’s data on top of millions of data points for more than 40,000 golf courses mapped in the Arccos system. It then harnesses Azure’s cloud-computing services and machine learning capabilities to provide personalized recommendations for optimal strategies on nearly every golf hole in the world.

„Our goal is to create the most advanced Artificial Intelligence platform for golf,” says Sal Syed, CEO and Co-Founder of Arccos. „It will leverage a user’s personal performance history, all the shots ever taken by the Arccos community, weather, elevation, course features, equipment selections and much more. The resulting strategic advice will be smarter than anything that’s humanly possible. With its broad suite of capabilities, Microsoft’s Azure cloud platform is the ideal solution to unlock this vision.”

Arccos recently introduced its second-generation performance tracking system – Arccos 360 – and an industry-first partnership with Cobra Golf. Starting November 2016, every Cobra driver features an Arccos sensor embedded in the grip. The COBRA CONNECT Powered by Arccos range includes the new KING F7, KING F7+ and KING LTD Black models.

„The use of advanced analytics in golf is in its infancy compared to other major sports due to the tremendous challenges of collecting the required shot data,” says Mike Downey, Director, Principal Evangelist – Sports at ‎Microsoft. „The PGA Tour overcomes these hurdles with a team of 350 data collection volunteers at every tournament. Arccos is the first company that has truly cracked this code for amateurs by creating a virtually automatic sensor platform that seamlessly integrates into a player’s routine. As a result, Arccos has developed an impressive and rapidly expanding data set. We’re excited to layer this with the Microsoft Azure cloud platform to deliver intelligence that helps golfers realize their full potential.”

Arccos 360 consists of 14 ultralight sensors, each of which attaches to a club grip and communicates with a free app for iOS and Android devices. The system records every shot a golfer takes and analyzes the data in real time to enhance on-course decision-making. Unlike competing products, it requires no tagging, tapping or other annoying disruptions to a player’s routine.

„Despite being at a very early stage, our insights have directly contributed to the average Arccos user improving their handicap by a remarkable 3.52 strokes,” says Syed. „This is just the tip of the iceberg in terms of the advanced analytics that will be delivered to the Arccos community through our work with Microsoft.”

About Arccos Golf, LLC 
Arccos Golf, LLC develops game-changing connected technology products for golfers. The company is revolutionizing the golfing experience by integrating automatic shot tracking with Artificial Intelligence to deliver unparalleled insights that help players maximize their potential.

The information contained in this press release relates to a pre-release product that may be substantially modified before its first commercial release. Accordingly, the information may not accurately describe or reflect the product when first commercially released. The press release is provided for informational purposes only, and Microsoft makes no warranties, express or implied, with respect to the press release or the information contained in it.

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SouthCrest Bank offers Georgia Entertainment Tax Credit funding; Bank helps producers leverage incentives for Georgia shoots

ATLANTA, Jan. 19, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Atlanta-based SouthCrest Bank announces the closing of a special loan under the Georgia Entertainment Industry Investment Act to support the new Sprockerfeller Films and 2020 Productions comedy “The Divorce Party,” which has completed filming in Savannah.
A photo accompanying this announcement is available at http://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/4c00433f-5e4f-4fad-94f3-f9a8c6ebef34SouthCrest Bank is providing partial production funding for qualified movie-makers under the Act, which was passed in 2008 to give limited tax credits to production houses shooting in Georgia. SouthCrest Bank provides advance loans against those credits to enhance the studios’ cash flow during shooting.Atlanta-based entertainment attorney Andrew Velcoff, with the Greenberg Traurig firm, represented SouthCrest on this transaction.“We’re bullish on the movie industry in Georgia,” declared Brian D. Schmitt, President and CEO of SouthCrest Financial Group Inc. (SCSG:PK) and SouthCrest Bank. “Stepping up to help fund these productions is a great way SouthCrest Bank can get top producers and directors to look more closely at Georgia when they are considering shoot locales. It’s a win-win for the production house, the investors and the people of the State of Georgia.”“SouthCrest came through for us fast on a project with a lot of moving parts,” declared Ryan Johnson, executive producer. “We look forward to working with them on our future Georgia projects. They are a bank you can rely on to deliver.”Schmitt explained that SouthCrest intends to increase its exposure to the film industry by originating additional loans against Entertainment Tax Credits. “In addition, we will provide treasury management services to the productions we finance, and also will solicit banking products and services to the businesses supporting the film industry in our markets,” Schmitt added.H. Russell Holland, Chief Credit Officer at SouthCrest, who launched the bank’s special funding program under the Act, said it is estimated that movie productions in Georgia had an overall economic impact of more than $6 billion to the state in 2015.“As a Georgia business, we want to do all we can to help grow jobs and stimulate the Georgia economy, and with our loan program under this Act, we hope we are doing just that,” said Holland. “I personally love to go to the movies and see Georgia featured on the silver screen!”Holland explained that SouthCrest intends to position itself as Georgia’s leading provider for entertainment tax credit funding for feature films with budgets ranging from $1 million to $15 million.ABOUT SOUTHCRESTSouthCrest Financial Group, Inc. is a $550 million asset bank holding company headquartered in Woodstock, Ga. The company operates a 12 branch network throughout Georgia and Alabama through its subsidiary bank, SouthCrest Bank, N.A.  The bank provides a full suite of retail and commercial banking services, and online banking services. FORWARD LOOKING STATEMENTSThis presentation may contain certain “forward-looking statements” that are subject to risks, uncertainties, and other factors that could cause actual results and shareholder values to differ materially from those projected.  Factors that could cause or contribute to such differences include economic conditions, government regulation and legislation, changes in interest rates, credit quality, competition, and other risk factors. For more information on SouthCrest Financial Group, please contact Andy Borrmann, Chief Financial Officer, at 678.734.3505.

World of X Games ZOOM Photography Contest Finalists Announced

Fan-Favorite Voting Begins Today at XGames.com; Finalist Images to be Featured in ESPN The Magazine’s Super Bowl Preview Issue and X Games Aspen Event Telecasts

X Games’ bi-annual action sports photography contest, World of X Games Presents ZOOM, revealed today its first round of six contest finalists and images. Fan voting for the inaugural competition begins today at XGames.com/Zoom, with the winner being announced during the Sunday, January 29 afternoon telecast at X Games Aspen, live on ESPN.

The winner will receive an X Games gold medal and prize purse of $10,000. Additionally, all six finalist photos (pictured below) will be featured in ESPN The Magazine’s Super Bowl Preview issue (on stands January 27), and exhibited onsite and in event telecasts at X Games Aspen 2017.

ZOOM

Images clockwise from top left:

  • Snowboarder Deniz Cinek at Oberalp Pass, Switzerland; Photograph by Dominic Zimmerman
  • BMX rider Brandon Perez in Readington, New Jersey; Photograph by Chris Marshall
  • Skier Chris Benchetler in Whistler, British Columbia; Photograph by Erin Hogue
  • Surfer Mikey Brennan at Shipstern Bluff, Australia; Photograph by Ed Sloane
  • Snowboarder Jake Blauvelt in Haines, Alaska; Photograph by Mike Yoshida
  • Skateboarder Greyson Fletcher at Rhodes Skatepark in Boise, Idaho; Photograph by Tal Roberts

 

ABOUT THE PHOTOGRAPHERS:

Erin Hogue

Whistler, British Columbia, Canada

Six years ago, Erin Hogue took a chance and moved to Whistler, British Columbia, with a backpack, a camera and the hopes of taking photos in the backcountry. The mountains and the people who explore them are her primary muses. Inspired by adventure and a good challenge, Hogue’s winters are spent in the backcountry accessing remote locations on a snowmobile. In the summers she heads south, where the ocean, desert and rainforests become her prominent backdrops.

Chris Marshall

Lebanon, New Jersey

Chris’s love for BMX began at age 15, when he got on his first bike and never looked back. He got his first film camera at 20 and within two years was getting published regularly in BMX magazines around the world. Over the years he’s also worked as a photo and sales trainer for several different portrait studios. While action sports remain his favorite subject to shoot, he greatly enjoys portraits because, he says, catching a quick expression can be just as fun as shooting action.

Tal Roberts

Portland, Oregon

Tal Roberts got his start creating still images by hitting the pause button classic mid-90s skateboard videos when the tricks looked just right. Though he didn’t use a real camera until years later, the desire to document his passions started early. Roberts kick started his photographic career while exploring the mountains around his home in Ketchum, Idaho. He currently lives in Portland, Oregon, and continues to focus on making pictures of his friends having fun.

Ed Sloane

Ocean Grove, Victoria, Australia

Ed is a freelance photographer with a focus on a surf- and ocean-based aesthetic. His work is a mix of action and art that has been featured in advertising and editorial throughout Australia and internationally. His artistic, systematic and critical approach to the photographic process stems from a prior career in environmental science which has had great influence over his perspective, knowledge and creative vision.

Mike Yoshida

Bellingham, Washington

Mike Yoshida has been in the snow industry for well over a decade. He started as a freelancer before becoming the K2 snowboards staff photographer, and finally ending up as the Associate Photo Editor and Social Media Manager for SNOWBOARDER magazine. From Japan to Europe, and everywhere in between, Yoshida has traveled to the corners of the Earth to create his images. His photography ranges from the most remote backcountry locations to the cold streets that provide the backdrop for urban snowboarding.

Dominic Zimmermann

Zurich, Switzerland

Dominic Zimmermann has focused primarily on snowboard photography for the last ten years and is on a constant search for the best pow to shoot. He’s more than stoked that he was able to combine two of his biggest passions, snowboarding and photography, to make a living and travel the globe.

 

To vote, access additional information on the finalists and for the full list of rules and guidelines, please visit: xgames.com/zoom. 

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Contacts:

Danny Chi, ESPN Communications, 213-405-4400, danny.c.chi@espn.com

Grace Coryell, ESPN Communications, 213-405-4402, grace.s.coryell@espn.com

Olivia Wilson, ESPN Communications, 213-405-4145, olivia.wilson@espn.com

Redstar Gold Significantly Expands Strike & Depth Extent of High-Grade Gold Mineralization within the Shumagin Gold Zone at the Unga Gold Project, Alaska

January 19, 2016 / TheNewswire / Redstar Gold Corp. (TSX.V: RGC, OTCQB: RGCTF, FRA: RGG) (“Redstar” or the “Company”) announces assay results from its 2016 Drill Program, which consisted of seven (7) drill holes totaling 1,505 metres, and was completed on November 4th, 2016. The recent successful drill program was designed to test the down-dip and along-strike expansion potential of high-grade vein/breccia mineralization at various structural elevations along the Shumagin Gold Zone.

2016 Drill Program Highlights at the Shumagin Gold Zone:

Please refer to www.redstargold.com/2016_Drill_Program to key sections and maps related to discussion below.

“We are excited to have intersected gold mineralization in all areas drilled during the recent 2016 drill program, and to have also significantly increased the current drilled strike length of the Shumagin Gold Zone. The overall size of the system has increased 300 metres east to Bunker Hill, and approximately 400 metres to the southwest of the deepest previous drill hole BM-01 drilled in the 1990s. Shumagin has once again delivered double digit gold grades consistently in almost every drill hole,” commented Redstar’s President & CEO, Peter A. Ball. “Our technical team, led by Jesse Grady, Redstar’s VP Exploration, was successful in expanding and enhancing the geological model, as well as furthering our understanding of the Shumagin Gold Zone and its potential size and scale within the much larger Unga district scale project. Given these highly encouraging results, we intend to commence an expanded drill program in March/April 2017, and with approximately CDN$6.5M in our treasury, we have the balance sheet to do so.”

Selected Intervals from Drill Holes 16SH019 to 16SH025

Drill Hole ID

From-To (metres)

From-To (metres)

Core length* (metres)

Gold (g/t)

Silver (g/t)

Target

16SH019

256.0

256.6

0.6

9.25

17.1

Shumagin Deep SW

and

264.6

265.5

0.9

14.95

2.67

and

267.12

268.12

1.0

4.36

8.64

16SH020

270.45

271.6

1.15

11.3

72.9

Shumagin Deep Main

and

274.2

275.2

1.0

5.16

3.64

16SH021

135.2

136.0

0.8

3.52

24.8

Bunker Hill

16SH022

149.1

150.1

1.0

2.22

3.36

and

156.5

158.0

1.5

16.97

13.06

and

162.3

163.5

1.2

2.39

3.2

16SH023

192.4

192.7

0.3

34.5

16.45

16SH024

149.1

150.9

0.9

11.65

16.25

*True widths of the mineralized intervals are close to 80% of Core length. Hole 16SH025 encountered gold mineralization but not significant grades for reporting purposes.

Of the seven drill holes completed during the program, two holes (16SH019 &16SH020) were designed to test the down-dip potential approximately 100 metres below previously drilled high-grade zones located along the Main Breccia and returned high-grade intercepts of 0.9 metres @ 14.95 g/t Au & 1.15 metres of 11.3 g/t Au, respectfully.

The other five holes (16SH021-16SH025) were drilled to test the potential for high-grade mineralization below weakly mineralized breccias exposed at Bunker Hill and returned values of 1.5 metres @ 16.97 g/t Au; 0.3 metres @ 34.5 g/t Au; and 0.9 metres @ 11.65 g/t Au.

Long Section L-L’: (as shown at www.redstargold.com/2016_Drill_Program) New 2016 drill holes highlighted in bold. High-grade mineralization has been expanded into areas below exiting drill holes and remains open along strike and at depth.

Based on results from the 2016 fall drill program, high-grade gold-silver mineralization within the Shumagin Gold Zone occurs at depth for approximately 950 metres of strike length and is not constrained to a northeast plunging mineralized shoot as previously interpreted.

All of the deepest holes at the Shumagin Gold Zone drilled to date (e.g 16SH019, 16SH020, BMS-01, 16SH023) contain high-grade gold results. This indicates that the system remains intact to depths of approximately 330 metres below the surface and remains open at depth for the entire approximate 950 metres of drill tested strike length.

Of particular importance, drill hole 16SH019 the deepest and southwestern-most drill hole, encountered a thick section (>50m) of syn-hydrothermal eruption breccias that are cross-cut by one of the thickest stockwork/breccia sections drilled to date along the Shumagin Gold Zone, and is a positive indicator that the hydrothermal system is robust in this area and is open along strike towards the southwest.

The Shumagain Gold Zone, with a currently defined strike length of approximately 1.2 km by surface mapping and sampling, is part of the approximate nine (9) km long Shumagin Trend, a major regional structure responsible for the localization of epithermal mineralization along its exposed strike length. Geological mapping and sampling towards the southwest from Shumagin indicates a very strong expansion potential along strike for an additional three (3) km towards Orange Mountain, the interpreted hydrothermal center along the Shumagin Trend.

The Shumagin Gold Zone is only one of several noteworthy gold-silver structures found on Redstar’s Unga Gold Project and is a high-priority exploration target.

Results: Main Breccia Deep Test

The first two holes of the program 16SH019 & 16SH020, were drilled to test the down-dip potential of high-grade intercepts previously drilled along the Main Breccia at Shumagin. These drill holes cover an approximate 350m of strike length and were both drilled >75-100 metres away from existing drill holes (see Long Section L-L’ – as shown at www.redstargold.com/2016_Drill_Program).

Drill hole 16SH019, was drilled approximately 260 metres below previously reported high-grade surface samples (e.g. 2.3 metres of 37.2 g/t Au and 103.7 g/t Ag) and intersected an impressive approximate 50 metre thick section of phreatomagmatic breccias and an approximate 50 metre thick section of quartz-adularia-carbonate breccias and stockwork localized within the footwall of the Shumagin fault (see www.redstargold.com/2016_Drill_Program for Cross-section 2300NE). High-grade stockwork localized along the faulted contact returned values of 0.6 metres of 9.25g/t Au and 17.1g/t Ag and 0.9 metres of 14.95g/t Au and 2.67g/t Ag.

Drill hole 16SH020, was drilled approximately 150 metres below previously reported high-grade drill intercepts (e.g. DDH46; 1.22 metres of 365.3 g/t Au and 190.6 g/t Ag & 11SH009; 0.9 metres of 43.1 g/t Au and 37.2 g/t Ag) and approximately 100 metres west of drill hole BM-01, the deepest hole at Shumagin (e.g. BM-01; 5.49m of 24.02 g/t Au and 19.4 g/t Ag). This hole intersected an approximate 25 metre section of quartz-adularia-carbonate breccias and stockwork that returned values up to 1.15 metres grading 11.3g/t Au and 72.9g/t Ag (see www.redstargold.com/2016_Drill_Program for Cross-section 2700NE).

Results:Bunker Hill Zone

Bunker Hill is located approximately 300 metres to the northeast of the Main Breccia along the Shumagin Gold Zone and hosts an approximately 200 metre long exposure of quartz-adularia-carbonate breccias identical to exposures along the Main Breccia (see Shumagin Plan Map). Previous surface sampling along the exposed breccia bodies returned trace-to-minor gold-silver values and only one out of seven historic, shallow drill holes targeting these breccias returned significant high-grade intercepts (e.g. DDH26; 0.76m@ 37.7g/t Au and 1.21m @ 11.48g/t Au).

To test this second dilational structure along the Shumagin Gold Zone, the final five drill holes of the program (16SH021-025) were drilled along two vertical fences (pattern), separated by approximately 100 metres, testing the down-dip extension of the exposed breccia bodies and below historic drill intercepts (see Long Section L-L‘ – as shown at www.redstargold.com/2016_Drill_Program).

All of the five drill holes intercepted two breccia veins, one parallel to the foot-wall/hanging-wall contact (approximate 70 degrees dip to the southeast) and a second breccia vein located deeper within the footwall (approximate 82 degrees dip to the southeast) (see www.redstargold.com/2016_Drill_Program for Cross-section 3100NE). The conjugate breccia veins collectively exhibit characteristic Shumagin-style gangue mineralogy and textures. High-grade gold-silver intercepts occur within the footwall breccia vein that span elevations from sea level, to approximately 130 metres BSL where narrow high-grade colloform textured veins occur (16SH023; 0.3m@ 34.5g/t Au and 16.45g/t Ag).

Drill Program Geological Discussion

The 2016 drill program tested approximately 750 metres of strike and approximately 275 metres of depth extent along the Shumagin Gold Zone and has effectively validated our structural models and geological interpretation that gold-silver mineralization along the Shumagin Gold Zone occurs within dilation zones localized along major structures, is vertically extensive and remains open at depth across the entire strike length of the Shumagin Gold Zone (see Long Section L-L – as shown at www.redstargold.com/2016_Drill_Program).

Of particular importance, the approximate 50 metre thick section of phreatomagmatic breccias intersected in drill hole 16SH019 is the thickest section of syn-hydrothermal eruption breccias observed along the Shumagin Gold Zone to date (www.redstargold.com/2016_Drill_Program for Cross-section 2300NE). Syn-hydrothermal phreatomagmatic eruption breccias have been recognized along the entire length of the approximate nine (9) km long Shumagin Trend and are linked to Advanced Argillic alteration assemblages localized at Orange Mountain and occur along major and subsidiary structures that radiate from- and cross cut this inferred hydrothermal centre (see www.redstargold.com/2016_Drill_Program for Fig. Geological Features of the Shumagin Trend).

The thickness and location of this phreatomagmatic breccia in conjunction with an adjacent approximate 50 metre thick section of gold-silver bearing hydrothermal breccias and stockwork localized within the footwall of the Shumagin Gold Zone, indicates a very strong potential for strengthening of the hydrothermal system along strike towards the southwest.

The discovery of dilational jogs resulting from syn-mineral movement along conjugate and/or subsidiary structures to the southwest of the Shumagin Gold Zone could potentially host late-stage intermediate sulfidation-style high-grade quartz-adularia-carbonate (rhodochrosite) breccias comparable to those drilled at Shumagin and collectively represents a significant exploration target trend (see www.redstargold.com/2016_Drill_Program for Fig. Geological Features of the Shumagin Trend). The Company anticipates a larger expansive drill program initiated during the spring of 2017 and will focus on expanding the Shumagin Gold Zone to the southwest along strike.

Quality Assurance/Quality Control

The 2016 fall drill program at the Unga Project included a rigorous Quality Assurance/Quality Control program, overseen by Jesse C. Grady, Redstar’s Vice President of Exploration.

Drill core selected for geochemical analysis was sawn in half, with one-half of the core being shipped in a sealed bag to ALS Minerals in Fairbanks, Alaska for sample preparation. One (1) kilogram splits were taken from each crushed drill core sample, pulverized into laboratory pulps and analysed at ALS Minerals in Vancouver where gold was assayed using a 50g fire assay and AA finish. Gold values in excess of 10 ppm were then re-assayed by 50g fire assay with a gravimetric finish. Trace elements were analysed using a four-acid digestion and ICP-MS finish. Redstar’s QA/QC protocol consisted of insertion of calibration standards for gold and blanks at a rate of 1 standard for every 10 samples. Each drill hole represented a single sample shipment. Blank samples were also inserted at the beginning of each sample shipment and two calibration standards were used, including high-grade and low-grade standards in each shipment. A single lab duplicate was selected on a random basis for each shipment and employed at the end of each sample stream in consecutive order. Internal QA/QC review of the analytical results of gold standards, blanks, duplicates and geochemistry show that the lab has performed well and within expected tolerances.

Jesse C. Grady, MSc, CPG-11592, is a Qualified Person as defined by NI 43-101. Mr. Grady has prepared and approved the technical information contained within this release.

About The Unga Gold Project

The 100% controlled Unga Gold Project is an low to intermediate-sulfidation epithermal district located along the Alaskan Peninsula on adjacent Unga and Popof Islands, approximately 950 km southwest of Anchorage, Alaska. The 240 km2 property contains numerous volcanic-hosted, structurally-controlled and disseminated gold-silver mineral occurrences localized along multiple approximate nine (9) km long regional structures. High-grade gold zones drilled or identified at surface occur within dilation zones along the regional and/or subsidiary structures and are the main exploration target-type for the project.

The Unga Gold Project has excellent infrastructure including daily flights from Anchorage, a deep-water port and a temperate climate. The former Apollo-Sitka gold mine, located on the southern Apollo-Sitka Trend, was Alaska’s first underground gold mine and the site of historic high-grade (~10 g/t Au) gold production.

About Redstar Gold Corp

Redstar is well-financed junior exploration company, with a very strong institutional shareholder base, no debt, and is focused on advancing its high-grade Unga Gold Project in Alaska. The 100% controlled Unga Gold Project is known as an intermediate sulfidation epithermal high grade gold project on a district scale, with the property encompassing approximately 240 km2, and containing multiple high grade gold zones drilled or identified at surface. The Unga Project also hosts Alaska’s first underground producing gold mine, has extensive infrastructure with daily flights from Anchorage and a deep-water port on neighbouring Popof Island, and a moderate climate noting it resides at the 57 degree latitude and next to the ocean. In addition, Redstar owns approximately 26.6% of NV Gold Corp. (TSXV: NVX). Redstar also owns 30% of the Newman Todd Gold Project, in Red Lake, Ontario, Canada.

On Behalf of the Board of Directors,

Peter A. Ball, President and CEO

For additional information please contact:

T: +1.604.245.5861

Toll Free: 877.310.3330

E: pball@redstargold.com

Neither TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.

Forward-Looking Information This release includes certain statements that may be deemed “forward-looking statements”. All statements in this release, other than statements of historical facts, that address events or developments that Redstar Gold Corporation (the “Company”) expects to occur, are forward-looking statements. Forward-looking statements are statements that are not historical facts and are generally, but not always, identified by the words “expects”, “plans”, “anticipates”, “believes”, “intends”, “estimates”, “projects”, “potential” and similar expressions, or that events or conditions “will”, “would”, “may”, “could” or “should” occur. Although the Company believes the expectations expressed in such forward-looking statements are based on reasonable assumptions, such statements are not guarantees of future performance and actual results may differ materially from those in the forward-looking statements. Factors that could cause the actual results to differ materially from those in forward-looking statements include market prices, exploitation and exploration successes, and continued availability of capital and financing, and general economic, market or business conditions. Investors are cautioned that any such statements are not guarantees of future performance and actual results or developments may differ materially from those projected in the forward-looking statements. Forward-looking statements are based on the beliefs, estimates and opinions of the Company’s management on the date the statements are made. Except as required by applicable securities laws, the Company undertakes no obligation to update these forward-looking statements in the event that management’s beliefs, estimates or opinions, or other factors, should change.

Integrated Microwave Technologies (IMT) Heads Back To Its Roots With Rochester Institute Of Technology (RIT)

ROCHESTER, N.Y., Jan. 19, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — When James Bober, assistant director/chief engineer of RIT Production Services at Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT), needed a wireless broadcast solution for his multi-camera broadcasts for hockey, campus events, graduations and concerts, he turned to the microLite HD system from Integrated Microwave Technologies („IMT”), a business unit of xG Technology, Inc. („xG”) (Nasdaq: XGTI, XGTIW) and a leader in advanced digital microwave systems serving the law enforcement, broadcast, sports and entertainment markets.

Bober takes full advantage of the versatility of the microLite, from installing it on a boom lift during graduation ceremonies, to mounting it on cameras for cutaways during hockey games on the team benches and in the locker room. During past broadcasts, Bober relied on wired connections and IP streams, but now he can do so wirelessly, which cuts down on setup time and gives his team a lot more flexibility.

„Nine years ago we built an HD mobile production facility at RIT, which was the first HD truck in the upstate New York area that originally was set up for five cameras with expandability to eight,” explains Bober. Fast forward nine years with the addition of the microLite we now have grown to a 14-camera shoot for pre-game and game coverage, so it’s a fairly elaborate production setup for our live broadcast.”

Bober’s production team loves the flexibility and versatility the microLite affords them. From an upcoming pancreatic cancer walk, to freshman orientation, to ribbon cutting ceremonies for new buildings, the microLite system is used campus wide. One of the school’s biggest uses is for production of RIT hockey through their award-winning SportsZone Live broadcasts. „RIT is a division one hockey team, and what prompted the purchase of the microLite this year was that we started a new SportsZone Live pregame show,” says Bober. „This half hour show before the game is being broadcasted across the northeast through Time Warner Cable and on-line via Internet streams, so we really needed a reliable wireless broadcast system.

While RIT does not have a Broadcast Television Program per say, the University is the home of the School of Film and Animation, along with Communications Programs and Imaging Science degrees that all interact and relate to live broadcast. RIT uses students for many of their production positions with staff oversight. „Utilizing equipment like IMT’s microLite system allows our students a hands-on approach to innovative technologies and allows them to have real-world experience before entering the marketplace,” says Bober.

„Right now, I’m set up with the microLite from point to point, but the primary reason for going with IMT’s system over some of the other competing systems out there, is its expandability and versatility,” adds Bober. „IMT has its diversity series of new receivers and antenna array systems. My intent is ultimately to use that same transmitter and same receiver along with additional antennas to be able to expand beyond a portable setup and to potentially equip the campus so that a wireless camera can pretty much be used anywhere on campus. IMT has the capabilities that allow me to do just that.”

The microLite HD Transmitter is a superior portable system of wireless camera transmission links for high-quality video applications of up to one-mile line-of-sight (LOS). It provides exceptional range at no cost to microLite HD’s signature portability. Featuring superb H.264 encoding capabilities and operating in the standard 2k DVB-T COFDM mode, the H.264 video encoder supports the main profile of the H.264 standard and therefore provides a 30 percent bit-rate reduction or video-quality improvement compared to encoders that only support the H.264 baseline profile.

„I could not be happier working with RIT to help the engineering team expand their broadcast capabilities,” says John Payne IV, president of IMT and RIT alumnus. „I am proud to be able to give back to a school that gave so much.”

About Integrated Microwave Technologies
Integrated Microwave Technologies (IMT), a business unit of xG Technology, Inc., is a leader in advanced digital microwave systems and a provider of engineering, integration, installation and commissioning services serving the broadcast, sports, entertainment and law enforcement markets. The company comprises the leading microwave brands Nucomm, RF Central and IMT, offering customers worldwide complete video solutions. Nucomm is a premium brand of digital broadcast microwave video systems. RF Central is an innovative brand of compact microwave video equipment for licensed and license-free sports and entertainment applications. IMT is a trusted provider of mission-critical wireless video solutions to state, local and federal police departments.

More information can be found at www.imt-solutions.com and www.xgtechnology.com.

Cautionary Statement Regarding Forward Looking Statements
Statements contained herein that are not based upon current or historical fact are forward-looking in nature and constitute forward-looking statements within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933 and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934. Such forward-looking statements reflect the Company’s expectations about its future operating results, performance and opportunities that involve substantial risks and uncertainties. These statements include but are not limited to statements regarding the intended terms of the offering, closing of the offering and use of any proceeds from the offering. When used herein, the words „anticipate,” „believe,” „estimate,” „upcoming,” „plan,” „target”, „intend” and „expect” and similar expressions, as they relate to xG Technology, Inc., its subsidiaries, or its management, are intended to identify such forward-looking statements. These forward-looking statements are based on information currently available to the Company and are subject to a number of risks, uncertainties, and other factors that could cause the Company’s actual results, performance, prospects, and opportunities to differ materially from those expressed in, or implied by, these forward-looking statements.

FOR MORE INFORMATION

xG Technology:
Daniel Carpini
941-953-9035
daniel.carpini@xgtechnology.com
www.xgtechnology.com

SOURCE xG Technology, Inc.

Integrated Microwave Technologies (IMT) Heads Back To Its Roots With Rochester Institute Of Technology (RIT)

ROCHESTER, N.Y., Jan. 19, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — When James Bober, assistant director/chief engineer of RIT Production Services at Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT), needed a wireless broadcast solution for his multi-camera broadcasts for hockey, campus events, graduations and concerts, he turned to the microLite HD system from Integrated Microwave Technologies (“IMT”), a business unit of xG Technology, Inc. (“xG”) (Nasdaq: XGTI, XGTIW) and a leader in advanced digital microwave systems serving the law enforcement, broadcast, sports and entertainment markets.

Bober takes full advantage of the versatility of the microLite, from installing it on a boom lift during graduation ceremonies, to mounting it on cameras for cutaways during hockey games on the team benches and in the locker room. During past broadcasts, Bober relied on wired connections and IP streams, but now he can do so wirelessly, which cuts down on setup time and gives his team a lot more flexibility.

“Nine years ago we built an HD mobile production facility at RIT, which was the first HD truck in the upstate New York area that originally was set up for five cameras with expandability to eight,” explains Bober. Fast forward nine years with the addition of the microLite we now have grown to a 14-camera shoot for pre-game and game coverage, so it’s a fairly elaborate production setup for our live broadcast.”

Bober’s production team loves the flexibility and versatility the microLite affords them. From an upcoming pancreatic cancer walk, to freshman orientation, to ribbon cutting ceremonies for new buildings, the microLite system is used campus wide. One of the school’s biggest uses is for production of RIT hockey through their award-winning SportsZone Live broadcasts. “RIT is a division one hockey team, and what prompted the purchase of the microLite this year was that we started a new SportsZone Live pregame show,” says Bober. “This half hour show before the game is being broadcasted across the northeast through Time Warner Cable and on-line via Internet streams, so we really needed a reliable wireless broadcast system.

While RIT does not have a Broadcast Television Program per say, the University is the home of the School of Film and Animation, along with Communications Programs and Imaging Science degrees that all interact and relate to live broadcast. RIT uses students for many of their production positions with staff oversight. “Utilizing equipment like IMT’s microLite system allows our students a hands-on approach to innovative technologies and allows them to have real-world experience before entering the marketplace,” says Bober.

“Right now, I’m set up with the microLite from point to point, but the primary reason for going with IMT’s system over some of the other competing systems out there, is its expandability and versatility,” adds Bober. “IMT has its diversity series of new receivers and antenna array systems. My intent is ultimately to use that same transmitter and same receiver along with additional antennas to be able to expand beyond a portable setup and to potentially equip the campus so that a wireless camera can pretty much be used anywhere on campus. IMT has the capabilities that allow me to do just that.”

The microLite HD Transmitter is a superior portable system of wireless camera transmission links for high-quality video applications of up to one-mile line-of-sight (LOS). It provides exceptional range at no cost to microLite HD’s signature portability. Featuring superb H.264 encoding capabilities and operating in the standard 2k DVB-T COFDM mode, the H.264 video encoder supports the main profile of the H.264 standard and therefore provides a 30 percent bit-rate reduction or video-quality improvement compared to encoders that only support the H.264 baseline profile.

“I could not be happier working with RIT to help the engineering team expand their broadcast capabilities,” says John Payne IV, president of IMT and RIT alumnus. “I am proud to be able to give back to a school that gave so much.”

About Integrated Microwave Technologies
Integrated Microwave Technologies (IMT), a business unit of xG Technology, Inc., is a leader in advanced digital microwave systems and a provider of engineering, integration, installation and commissioning services serving the broadcast, sports, entertainment and law enforcement markets. The company comprises the leading microwave brands Nucomm, RF Central and IMT, offering customers worldwide complete video solutions. Nucomm is a premium brand of digital broadcast microwave video systems. RF Central is an innovative brand of compact microwave video equipment for licensed and license-free sports and entertainment applications. IMT is a trusted provider of mission-critical wireless video solutions to state, local and federal police departments.

More information can be found at www.imt-solutions.com and www.xgtechnology.com.

Cautionary Statement Regarding Forward Looking Statements
Statements contained herein that are not based upon current or historical fact are forward-looking in nature and constitute forward-looking statements within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933 and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934. Such forward-looking statements reflect the Company’s expectations about its future operating results, performance and opportunities that involve substantial risks and uncertainties. These statements include but are not limited to statements regarding the intended terms of the offering, closing of the offering and use of any proceeds from the offering. When used herein, the words “anticipate,” “believe,” “estimate,” “upcoming,” “plan,” “target”, “intend” and “expect” and similar expressions, as they relate to xG Technology, Inc., its subsidiaries, or its management, are intended to identify such forward-looking statements. These forward-looking statements are based on information currently available to the Company and are subject to a number of risks, uncertainties, and other factors that could cause the Company’s actual results, performance, prospects, and opportunities to differ materially from those expressed in, or implied by, these forward-looking statements.

FOR MORE INFORMATION

xG Technology:
Daniel Carpini
941-953-9035
daniel.carpini@xgtechnology.com
www.xgtechnology.com

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SOURCE xG Technology, Inc.

Best Trail Camera Guide Biggest Considerations Report Launched

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A new report has been released by Best Trail Camera Reviews. The report focuses on the most important factors a customer should consider when purchasing a trail or game camera and provides a list of the best cameras available.

Best Trail Camera Reviews have launched a report on what to look for when purchasing a game or trail camera. The report discusses what a trail camera is, the nine factors to consider when purchasing, budget and some of the best cameras currently available.

For more information please visit: http://besttrailcamerareview.net.

The report says that most people have heard of still cameras and video cameras and have probably used such cameras in the past. But it questions wether most have heard of game and trail cameras and the full extent of its uses.

These cameras shoot both still and video and are generally used outdoors and in unmanned territories. The site explains that due to the nature of their use they are also designed to function smoothly in any weather condition and situation.

The report then continues by listing the nine biggest factors to look for when choosing a camera to purchase. Quality of image, battery life, trigger activation time, settings of clicking a photo, flash type, LCD display, detection circuit, photo or video and memory are the most important factors.

Another factor for the customer to consider is budget as the end result is always dependent on what they can afford. This issue is tied into the other nine factors as for example when choosing image quality, a camera with 2 mega pixels will be cheaper than the top end of cameras with 20 mega pixels.

The last section of the report lists four of the best game and trail cameras currently available and they range from the affordable to the more expensive models. The first is the affordable 10MP Browning Strike Force Sub Micro and this is followed in price by the mid range Browning Trail Camera Recon Force XR. The other two are the higher priced Stealth Cam G2 and the Bushnell 8MP Trophy Cam HD Wireless.

Those wishing to find out more about trail cameras and the models mentioned can visit the website on the link provided above.

Contact Info:
Name: Mark Reynolds
Organization: Best Trail Camera Review
Address: 55 Bethel Ct, Cleveland, 44114 United States

For more information, please visit http://besttrailcamerareview.net/

Source: MarketersMedia

Release ID: 162766

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