Who else spotted #KanCHEwest? Pretty funny…#OBEY was here #che #artbasel2013 #kanye (at Wynwood)
A nice day in the #MIA. #AAA #fixie Go Heat! #nofilter 🙌🚴💨
You know my name but you don’t know me. I stay low key and I keep it G. #OG #classic #canes #sebastiantheibis #throwback
When the weather is nice I hop on my bike. #Cruisin enjoying the many sights #miami has to offer. #fixbike #fixie #green 🚴💨🌊
This throwback thursday classic jam! RESPIRATION Ft. Common
Talib Kwali and Mos Def.
Colombian police say they have arrested a Toronto woman who simulated pregnancy to try to smuggle cocaine.
Col. Esteban Arias says 28-year-old Tabitha Leah Ritchie was stopped while trying to board an Air Canada flight in Bogota after an inspector noted that her belly was unusually cold and hard. He says police discovered a false belly made of latex taped to her body and they found 2 kilograms (4.4 pounds) of cocaine. (Photo: Colombian PoliceHO/AFP/Getty Images)
For the first time Apple Inc. has separated its iPhone line into two distinct tiers — one for its high-end users, and the other for budget-conscious consumers who want to save money by purchasing a less expensive device with fewer features.
The world’s largest technology company announced not one, but two new iPhones on Tuesday during an event at its Cupertino, Calif.-based headquarters, its first major shift in mobile strategy since the introduction of the iPhone in 2007.
There is, of course, the iPhone 5S, an updated version of last year’s flagship iPhone 5 with a fingerprint scanner built-in. But rather than continue to sell the iPhone 5 for a reduced price, it has instead been replaced by the iPhone 5C, a budget-friendly, polycarbonate-backed iPhone, sold in five bright colours. (Handout/Apple)
DARPA wants to build a fleet of drones stationed beneath ocean waters around the world that can quickly deliver supplies and equipment to Navy personnel near coastlines, on submarines or ships, and even aboard airplanes. The program, called Hydra, is in the early planning stages — last month DARPA held a “proposer’s day” at Johns Hopkins University’s applied physics laboratory to drum up interest from defense contractors who will bid to bring the idea into reality.
DARPA said the program’s goal was to develop and demonstrate a working network of drones that can both store and transport various payloads underwater — including the sort of supplies and equipment that’d be needed in the event of a natural disaster. The agency explains that a “rising number of ungoverned states, piracy, and proliferation of sophisticated defenses” is stretching the Navy’s resources thin, resulting in fewer special operations and contingency missions. The agency also says it wants Hydra to explore the feasibility of building underwater mothership drones that could launch smaller drones into the air and be used in battle. Drones deploying drones, unmanned and via remote control — this may sound like science fiction, but it’s the future of warfare. Similarly, DARPA is working with Lockheed Martin to build drones, for use on land and in the air, that will transport equipment, cars, and even containers full of soldiers.
Like the Lockheed project, Hydra is aiming to use modular, standardized containers to store and transport various cargo. Hydra drones would ideally store containers for weeks or months at a time. The agency has set a deadline of October 22nd for proposals from defense companies on what it would take to pull all this off. DARPA says it wants an actual working demo of the drone network by 2018.
Early 70’s behind the scenes of Sesame Street with the Muppets.