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What happens when a flash bang grenade goes off in front of you?

Sunday, July 8th, 2012

Question by Jim D: What happens when a flash bang grenade goes off in front of you?
Basically a few friends and I are purchasing a few Flash Bang grenades, we intend to be extremely stupid and set one off whilst standing in the same room as it. I’m wondering what’s going to happen and possible risks, anyone experienced a Flash Bang Grenade?

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Answer by Marko
Well you will be blinded and most likely deaf for some amount of time… also you are an idiot. But have fun.

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January Jones Goes Streaking

Thursday, March 15th, 2012

January Jones wore a baby blue, prolonged-sleeved dress with silver studs from Jenny Packham’s fall 2012 collection to the Saban Theatre in Beverly Hills yesterday for a Mad Men function. Whilst we are digging her Packham select, what about people thick black tights and black suede pumps? And what do you

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Autoblog Podcast #273 goes LIVE at 10PM Eastern

Tuesday, March 13th, 2012

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We are nearly ready to record Episode #273 of the Autoblog Podcast, and we’re recapping the enormous Geneva Motor Present this week.Test it out the underneath and you can be part of us live through UStream, as properly, and we have embedded our UStream participant immediately after the leap. Thanks for listening!

Discussion Matters for Autoblog Podcast Episode #273

  • Geneva Motor Demonstrate Recap

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Engadget goes hands on with Angry Birds Space

Sunday, March 11th, 2012

Whilst we were talking to Rovio’s Mighty Eagle Peter Vesterbacka, our very good friends at Engadget had been talking with Rovio’s Ville Heijari, who gave them a complete operate via of Indignant Birds Place‘s new gravitational aspects and horrendously difficult Risk Zone, the latter of which is exclusive to Samsung’s massive five.three inch Galaxy Be aware smartphone.

We had a likelihood to enjoy the video game as effectively, albeit briefly, and we can report that not only are these birds nevertheless quite upset, but that the pigs’ place software is far, far far more sophisticated than we had anticipated. We also had no notion there have been so numerous planets in the photo voltaic program, but who are we to right NASA?

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Globalfoundries goes independent, buying out AMD ownership

Monday, March 5th, 2012

Globalfoundries marked its 3rd 12 months as a chip producing foundry by buying out the shares owned by Innovative Micro Products. That fulfills the firm’s goal of turning into an unbiased foundry, or agreement chip maker.

The offer will set off a $ 703 million charge for AMD, which separated from Globalfoundries three years ago to focus on creating and marketing microprocessors. AMD will pay out $ 425 million to Globalfoundries more than two a long time and give up its eight.8 p.c stake in the foundry. In return, AMD re-negotiated chip pricing with Globalfoundries and it will not have to make a $ 430 million payment during 2012.

AMD will also no lengthier give Globalfoundries exclusivity in developing AMD’s 28-nanometer accelerated processing models (APUs). That will give AMD much more flexibility in sourcing its chips.

Milpitas, Calif.-primarily based Globalfoundries will even now have AMD as principal customer, but Globalfoundries will now be wholly owned by the Superior Engineering Investment Company (ATIC), the investment arm of Abu Dhabi.

“Today marks the commence of a new era for Globalfoundries as it gets to be a actually unbiased foundry,” mentioned Globalfoundries chief executive Ajit Manocha.  “Globalfoundries has a crystal clear eyesight to be the leading semiconductor foundry partner to AMD and one particular of the world’s top technological innovation businesses. We keep on to execute on our strategy to propel ATIC’s lengthy-phrase investment philosophy into genuine value generation for our shareholder and buyers.”

Globalfoundries showed an 80 p.c increase in the quantity of 32-nanometer microprocessors transported to AMD in the fourth quarter, in comparison to the 3rd quarter. In January, Globalfoundries mentioned it would invest a lot more than $ three billion in 2012 to increase its chip factories in Singapore, Germany (pictured over), and New York. The business is building a new 300-millimeter-wafer producing plant in New York as portion of a plan to make chips for IBM.

Sunnyvale, Calif.-dependent AMD said that its gross revenue margin direction stays unchanged as a end result of the offer.

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Detroit: 2012 Nissan Pathfinder Concept goes back to unibody

Monday, January 9th, 2012

Filed under: Concept Cars, Detroit Auto Show, SUV, Crossover, Nissan

2012 Nissan Pathfinder Concept

Compared to most SUVs-turned-mommy-mobiles, the Nissan Pathfinder has had an odd 27-year existence. Like all ‘utes, it’s first iteration was built on a truck platform, which was then followed by a unibody second generation. But unlike the rest of the pack, the third-gen Pathfinder swapped back to a body-on-frame architecture and it’s stayed that way for the last seven years.

Now the Pathfinder is swapping its underpinnings, yet again, utilizing a unibody platform that weighs “substantially less than the previous design,” houses seven seats, a new V6 and a CVT, all of which adds up to a claimed 25-percent improvement in fuel economy.

But even with all that information, Nissan is still calling this a “concept.”

Before it goes on sale later this year, we’ll get a real glimpse of the interior, which Nissan says will have more interior and cargo capacity thanks to its new platform. The outside, on the other hand, is almost a dead-ringer for the production version, with an aero-honed nose that’s much more handsome than some of Nissan’s recent snouts, along with a low beltline, a sizable greenhouse and A- and D-pillars that should lessen the blindspots that plagued the outgoing model.

We’ll have more from the floor momentarily, but until then, get the full details in the press release after the jump.

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WATCH: Oregon Coach Goes Nuts After Rose Bowl-Clinching Play

Tuesday, January 3rd, 2012



With 4 minutes left in the Rose Bowl and Wisconsin driving for a potential game-tying touchdown, Oregon recovered a fumble right in front of the Ducks’ bench and their head coach Chip Kelly.

And how energized was Kelly for the Rose Bowl-clinching perform?

Just view. Kelly is the one particular on the correct jumping like a college girl that just saw Justin Bieber. Oh, and the bare ankles with the dark pants is a great touch coach…

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Autoblog Podcast #253 goes LIVE at 10PM Eastern

Tuesday, October 25th, 2011

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We’re almost prepared to report Episode #253 of the Autoblog Podcast. Verify out the topics under and you can join us reside by means of UStream, as well. We’ve also embedded our UStream player following the jump. Thanks for listening!

Dialogue Topics for Autoblog Podcast Episode #253

  • Nissan Titan sticking all around
  • BMW three Sequence Diesel and Wagon each headed Stateside
  • Speaking of which…Diesel boom appropriate about the corner?
  • Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 specs revealed

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The Complete Gidget Collection (Gidget / Gidget Goes Hawaiian / Gidget Goes to Rome)

Thursday, October 20th, 2011

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Tech at Night: Net Neutrality goes to court, FCC still runs amok, Sprint admits there’s competition

Saturday, October 8th, 2011

Tech at Night

Internet Neutrality goes to court. Fantastic information, also: Verizon’s preferred venue won the lottery, and the Internet Neutrality combat will take place in the DC Circuit Court of Appeals. This is, of course, the same circuit that slapped down Internet Neutrality previous time in Comcast v FCC.

Oh, but right here’s a massive surprise. In spite of the FCC declaring previously that “We seem forward to defending our open up Internet framework in court,” they’re in fact carrying out every thing they can not to have to defend it in court by trying to get Verizon’s appeal dismissed. So considerably for that day in court.

As for Sprint Nextel, even as they sue declaring competition will be impaired if T-Cellular and AT&T join up, their own approach update presentation admitted the reality. See the 9:46AM slide, exhibiting the progress charge of the 12 months-on-year net postpaid subscribers across the top rated 4 companies. In 2010, Sprint was the only one to accelerate, even though AT&T noticed the most significant drop in its progress. In the initial 50 % of 2011, Verizon and Sprint are accelerating, even though would-be offer makers AT&T and T-Cell look on speed to notch their 3rd and fifth (respectively) a long time of slower expansion.

Sure, that’s appropriate. Sprint’s gaining subscribers at a more rapidly clip, and is trying to maintain the laggards from combining to retain the strain (and 4G rates) up. And they’ve gotten the Barack Obama/Eric Holder Department of Justice to help, making use of your taxpayer pounds.

Meanwhile, the following large point at the FCC is so-known as Universal Provider Fund reform. Obama FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski manufactured a huge speech about it, producing it clear USF reform would be what I said all alongside it would be: taxing you to pay for other people’s World wide web connections. And to justify it, he’s fudging the numbers. Per Tech Liberation Front, he’s contradicting the FCC’s own Countrywide Broadband Strategy’s figures to declare 18 million Americans absence accessibility to ‘broadband’ Internet. The FCC will also decide on systems, and decide on winners and losers, when handing out these subsidies.

Apparently the new name for this system will be the Hook up The united states Fund. I anticipate business assist will be easy to get for this program, for 3 causes. 1st, hey, it’s a subsidy. 2nd, the USF was initially designed to get fundamental telephone services to people, which is an obsolete purpose. 3rd, it’s being tied to reform of the aged intercarrier compensation plans which let numerous providers to gouge one an additional, hindering services and making absolutely everyone look undesirable, as properly as producing it tougher truly to get in touch with individuals. Marsha Blackburn and Joe Barton are asking for the software to be constrained in scope and to exclude any markets with unsubsidized companies currently. But we’ll see what the FCC tries to pull at its Oct 27 meeting.

In accordance to CTIA, San Francisco is lying about cell telephone technological innovation. So considerably for the San Francisco Democrats being professional-science.

One great thing could come out of the price range supercommittee: more spectrum.

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