Luxembourg's Laurent Didier won the fifth stage of the USA Pro Challenge cycling race, while American Tejay Van Garderen finished ninth to maintain his 20-second overall lead. Trek racer Didier on Friday captured the 167.6-kilometer (104.14-mile) stage from Woodland Park to Breckenridge in three hours, 50 minutes and 38 seconds with Colombian Janier Alexis Acevedo Colle second and Canada's Rob Britton third, both in the same time. Van Garderen was 1:33 off the pace in ninth but that was enough to keep the BMC Racing rider's margin over second-place overall rider Rafael Majka of Poland, who placed 10th in the stage just behind the American. "It was definitely a tough day," Van Garderen said.
All three major mobile operating systems now have a virtual assistant, but there still isn’t a final verdict on which is the best. In fact, with such frequent updates, it might be impossible to ever declare a winner, but that doesn’t mean we can’t constantly compare the three anyway. Earlier this year, WPCentral posed the same questions to all three assistants at once in order to see which was more effective. In another series of videos stretching all the way back to last November, Phonebuff has been testing each assistant individually to see how they respond to 50 unique voice commands. Google Now was the first candidate, then came Siri, and now it’s Cortana’s turn. Even though Cortana is still technically in beta
GOLD COAST, Australia (AP) — Michael Phelps added the "crazy, sideways rain" to the list of things he's learning from in his comeback to international competition, handling the bad weather conditions without too much trouble Saturday to qualify for the 100-meter butterfly final at the Pan Pacific championships.