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Chicago Fire Department Ambulance 59 crosses Forest Preserve Drive going north on Harlem Avenue en route to a call. I started shooting late, but right before crossing FPD, some moron was blocking the ambulance’s movement by continuing on his lane and stopping in front of the ambulance trying to overtake him on the turn lane. I guess he’d missed that day of Driver’s Ed. Recorded on Wednesday, June 28th, 2012 with a Samsung Epic Galaxy S. Video Rating: 5 / 5Related Posts:
Motorola Droid RAZR - 16GB - Black (Verizon) Smartphone $50.00 (0 Bids)End Date: Wednesday May-22-2013 15:56:28 PDTBid now | Add to watch list HTC Droid Incredible Verizon Wireless Wifi 8.0 MP Camera 8GB Android Cell Phone $64.95End Date: Wednesday Jun-19-2013 10:07:32 PDTBuy It Now for only: $64.95Buy It Now | Add to watch list New 4.0" Multi-touch Android 4.0 Dual Sim WIFI Smartphone AT&T T-Mobile Unlocked $63.95End Date: Monday May-27-2013 19:22:44 PDTBuy It Now for only: $63.95Buy It Now | Add to watch listRelated Posts:
Steven Guggenheimer, Corporate Vice President and head of Microsoft’s OEM division, is leaving his position for a senior role in the company. Guggenheimer has been in charge of liaisons between Microsoft and its OEM partners for many years, and leaves just as the company has announced its first home-grown computer, the Surface. There have been reports that OEMs feel uneasy about Microsoft competing with them in the hardware market, and Acer founder Stan Shih has been quoted as saying Surface is an only an effort to encourage manufacturers to produce Windows 8 and RT tablets. So far, Asus has been the only third-party manufacturer to announce a retail-bound Windows RT tablet, and HP recently announced it would not release a Windows RT…
Its bigger brothers have long since made their debut in the U.S., and now the smallest member of HTC’s One series is joining them. HTC’s pint-sized (relatively speaking) One V is now available for all you no-contract types on Virgin Mobile’s website, where it’ll set you back a cool $ 199.
In case you’ve forgotten about the ICS-powered One V (I don’t know that I can blame you), it sports a 3.7-inch display running at 800 x 480, a 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S3 processor, 512 MB of RAM, and a 5-megapixel camera around the back. What’s more, the stock Ice Cream Sandwich UI is still covered up by HTC’s Sense 4.0 overlay, though I expect Virgin to have tweaked it a bit before letting the One V out into the wild.
Oh, and unlike the rest of its brethren, it retains the handsome, Leno-esque chin as seen in its forbearers. Thanks, HTC.
Alright, fine, the One V’s spec sheet may not be the most thrilling — even compared to some of the other devices in Virgin’s lineup — but it’s still a damn sight cheaper than the pair of iPhones that will soon hit the carrier’s virtual shelves. And hey, it’s always nice when a family manages to reunite in a different country, right?Related Posts:
We know you’ve got questions, and if you’re brave enough to ask the world for answers, here’s the outlet to do so. This week’s Ask Engadget inquiry is from Sabin, who wants a high-spec smartphone and is prepared to venture to the dark side to get it. If you’re looking to send in an inquiry of your own, drop us a line at ask [at] engadget [dawt] com.
“I know, I know. I sound like an idiot, but I’d like a full-featured smartphone without the hefty cost. I’m looking for an unlocked phone and came across some of the China Global iPhone KIRFs that run Android. I’m no slouch in loading ROMs, building jtags, etc., but I’d like to know if the hardware is solid, because I can make the software work if that’s the case.”
Putting aside the various ethical and legal quandaries for the moment, it’s a very good question. Are KIRFs usable smartphones for those who know their way around tech? Does the hardware work to such a standard that you can expect useful performance and bluff your way through a crowd of those paying full price? Share your experiences with the group — we’re sure you’ll feel better afterward.
Medical test kit assembly – www.fanucrobotics.com This industrial robot application — courtesy of Integrated Design Solutions — features three FANUC LR Mate 200iC Robots as they assemble medical test kits. The FANUC LR Mate 200iC, along with FANUC’s built-in iRVision system, are an ideal fit for assembly applications thanks to their compact size and reliability. First, at the station of the second LR Mate 200iC robot, good kit materials are cut into strips, four at a time. The cut strips are then separated and inspected for correct width using FANUC iRVision inspection. All out of specification material is automatically rejected by the system. While moving strips to the assembly dial, a bowlfeeder arranges and feeds medical devices to a shuttle, where the first LR Mate 200iC robot picks them up. As the second LR Mate places strips into devices, the first LR Mate prepares devices on the next station. The hinges are then broken on the devices containing strips, and the strips are closed. Using FANUC iRVision, the second LR Mate 200iC is able to locate and reject bad material, and communicates to the cell so that only devices containing a strip of material are closed. A third LR Mate rejects any devices that are not closed. It also takes good strips to the conveyor. A humidity-removing packet called a desiccant is dropped just milliseconds after the device. Finally, pouches are printed, sealed and inspected. To learn more about Integrated Design Solutions, please visit … Video Rating: 5 / 5Related Posts:
Things were looking grim for gaming in April, when the International Trade Commission decided that the Xbox 360 violated Motorola patents and the console’s US future was in doubt. The agency hasn’t necessarily reversed its decision, but it just gave Microsoft a significant (and possibly permanent) reprieve. The Commission has remanded Motorola’s case back to the Administrative Law Judge that gave the initial ruling, which very nearly restarts the clock: a new ruling won’t come for months, and the usual review process guarantees even more of a delay even if the decision once more works in Motorola’s favor. Patent suit watcher Florian Mueller is now confident that the Xbox 360 won’t face any real risk of a ban in 2012, at a minimum. If the new decision doesn’t clear Microsoft outright, it still pushes any ruling past a Microsoft lawsuit’s trial in mid-November, when Motorola might be blocked from attempting any ban using its standards-based patents. We’ve rarely seen a majority or total reversal of this kind of ITC patent dispute before it reaches the appeals stage, but there’s a distinct chance of that flip happening here — especially as the ITC is using Apple’s successful dismissal of an S3 Graphics victory as the judge’s new template.