Back to the pinkIn the 14-15, Real Madrid already wore the color pink in their second kit for the first time in their history. That season, the pink was included in small details of the local kit and covered the entire visitor, in which the details were white.That year, Real Madrid followed a risky line presenting these three kits with Adidas under the motto “no one can remain neutral”. The pink, unusual in football (Palermo, Juventus at times), was very protagonist and in the third kit, black, a huge dragon was introduced that crossed the chest.The pink shirt was a best seller. That year, the arrival of James Rodríguez after a great World Cup with Colombia It also stimulated the sale of elastics. Real Madrid will again wear pink. At 14-15, Adidas sheathed the entire white outfit a fuchsia pink for the entire season and now, according to Footy Headlines, it will return for the 20-21 season but more relaxed.This website, specialist in advancing how the shirts of great teams and national teams will be, revealed that a softer pink than last time will stain the second kit for the 20-21 season. The details of this shirt would be all in navy blue such as the shield (which is printed in those two colors, not placed with original colors), the Adidas logo, the advertising on the chest and also, the bib. This same portal assured weeks ago that the third would be black and that it would include details in this very specific shade of pink.The way to integrate this new color is expected to be a print with animal motifs and more specifically similar to tiger skin with a navy blue or black background and the stripes in pink. This reason, as they point out, would have its space in all the shirts.
That facility serves as a hub for RIM’s North American traffic, routing messages between the roughly 8 million BlackBerry devices now in use and the various sources of e-mail, from private corporate servers to Web-based accounts like Yahoo and AOL. The outage reverberated on Wall Street, too. RIM’s share price slid at Wednesday’s open, but recovered and rallied – suggesting, perhaps, that a product that can provoke this much consternation holds an enviable position against emerging challenges from the likes of Microsoft Corp., Motorola Inc. and Nokia Corp. The stock rose $3.10, or 2.4 percent, to close at $134.37 in Wednesday trading on the Nasdaq Stock Market despite falling as low as $128.80 in the opening minutes. BlackBerry outages have been rare, although minor glitches occasionally cause delays in RIM’s ability to deliver e-mail in real-time – perhaps the most important feature of the service for many users. The last two major disruptions appear to have occurred nearly two years ago, both in June 2005. Nevertheless, even one outage is unbearable for some. While many people rely heavily on the device as a lifeline when they’re away from their computers, even more have simply grown accustomed, occasionally obsessive, about being able to check their e-mail at night and on weekends. “It’s been most inconvenient,” said Dacrie Brooks, a public relations professional attending the annual convention of the National Association of Broadcasters in Las Vegas. “I’ve been using (my BlackBerry) for all my communications because I don’t have access to my laptop between meetings.” “It’s been a challenging day because I’m missing things left and right. That’s not fun.” 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! BlackBerry was also the first order of business at a White House Press briefing Wednesday morning. “I apologize to a number of you who tried e-mailing over the last 14 hours,” White House spokesman Tony Fratto told reporters. “We’re 14 hours into no BlackBerry, so you can imagine how things are,” he said. “We’ve already started a 12-step group.” Research in Motion Ltd., the Canadian company that provides the devices and e-mail service, confirmed the outage Wednesday morning, but disclosed no details about the cause. The outage cut off incoming and outgoing e-mail on BlackBerry devices regardless of which cellular company a user buys the service from, indicating the problem originated at RIM’s network data center in Canada. NEW YORK – Most of it happened outside “work” hours, but the nature of mobile e-mail meant plenty of dismay as BlackBerry service went down across North America from Tuesday evening to Wednesday morning. By the time the service sputtered back to life, jamming the handheld devices with a torrent of delayed messages, grumbles had been heard at the highest levels of business and government. “The sound of BlackBerries being thrown against the desk was deafening for a while,” said Garth Turner, a member of the Canadian Parliament known for his constant Internet blogging. “Because it has become the de facto channel of communications around this place, it actually impacts on the government of Canada and the work of the whole House of Commons.”