• Apple Watch cracked sign language baseball players

    Apple Watch cracked sign language baseball players

    boston September 6, 2017 10:12 Hot Recent News

    The Boston Red Sox are in line. The American baseball players deciphered the characters of opponent New York Yankees for a throw, partly thanks to an Apple Watch. As a result, the battle men knew exactly how the pitcher would throw the ball. Players and trainers may use their own eyes to crack the opponent's codes, but technology is strictly prohibited. Even binoculars are not allowed.

  • Set Donald Trump golf clubs under the hammer

    Set Donald Trump golf clubs under the hammer

    boston July 5, 2017 17:51 Hot Recent News

    The American Auction House RR Auction online auctioned a set of golf clubs that used Donald Trump before becoming president of America. Trump gave the clubs a gift to Andrew Lombardo, his personal caddy between 2004 and 2008. Trump, in turn, had received her from the company that produces the golf clubs.

  • Nine year cell for American pharmacist

    Nine year cell for American pharmacist

    boston June 27, 2017 07:00 Hot Recent News

    A judge in Boston has sentenced a former pharmacist to a nine-year celestial sentence for negligence and fraud in a fatal meningitis outbreak in 2012. Against co-founder and former head of the pharmaceutical company New England Compounding Center, Barry Cadden, 35 Year celebration required.

  • Hundred-year-old maffioso released

    Hundred-year-old maffioso released

    boston June 24, 2017 10:12 Hot Recent News

    A mafia babe from Long Island, Sonny Franzese, was released at a prison at Boston at the age of 100. American media reported that on Friday afternoon, in a wheelchair after 35 years, he left the freedom behind the bars. He was the oldest prisoner of the US. He pulls in with his daughter in Brooklyn.

  • Nearly third of world population too heavy

    Nearly third of world population too heavy

    boston June 12, 2017 17:09 Hot Recent News

    By 2015, approximately 2.2 billion people, almost one third of the world's population, were overweight. Their body mass index (BMI, body weight in kilos divided by the square of the length in meters) was 25 or more. Of them, over 600 million adults and nearly 108 million children (2-19 years) received the diagnosis obesity. Their BMI was over 30. In seventy countries, including the Netherlands, that is more than doubling compared to 1980.

  • Amazon supplies groceries in Germany

    Amazon supplies groceries in Germany

    berlin May 4, 2017 21:24 Hot Recent News

    Germans can also order their daily groceries at Amazon. The webshop has a food branch, AmazonFresh, which supplies from Berlin in Berlin and Potsdam from Thursday. AmazonFresh has 85,000 items in the assortment and says that groceries ordered before 12:00 have been delivered before dinner.

  • Diary Kennedy sold for $ 700,000

    Diary Kennedy sold for $ 700,000

    boston April 27, 2017 06:15 Hot Recent News

    A journal of American former president John F. Kennedy was sold for more than 700,000 dollars on Wednesday. That reports various media in the US. It is a journal that the young Kennedy supported when he worked as a journalist for a short period of time after the Second World War. He reflected, among other things, on Hitler and the weaknesses of the United Nations.

  • Adidas says sorry for mail Boston Marathon

    Adidas says sorry for mail Boston Marathon

    boston April 19, 2017 08:30 Hot Recent News

    Sporting goods manufacturer Adidas has apologized Tuesday for a marketing email sent to the company to members of the Boston Marathon. The runners were after the marathon Monday, Tuesday morning an email with a congratulatory Adidas: ' Congratulations, you survived the Boston Marathon '!.

  • 'Quarter mileage self-propelled '

    'Quarter mileage self-propelled '

    washington April 10, 2017 08:57 Hot Recent News

    Self-propelled, shared electric cars in the coming years make a huge rise in the United States. In 2030, the Americans will make 1,500 billion kilometers in such cars. That is a quarter of the total distance traveled. That concludes the Boston Consulting Group Monday.

  • Behind the scenes look at Sonos

    Behind the scenes look at Sonos

    boston March 7, 2017 05:21 Hot Recent News

    Speaker manufacturer Sonos opened in February, the doors of the Boston office for the press. Not only does the new Play Base could be tested in a homely atmosphere, there was also a guided tour through all the test areas of the company.

  • Sonos launches the Play Base

    Sonos launches the Play Base

    boston March 7, 2017 05:09 Hot Recent News

    What if almost three quarters of people have stand the TV on a cabinet? Then a hanging soundbar is not so convenient. So Sonos launches on March 7 next Playbar now the Play Base.

  • Uber again discredited

    Uber again discredited

    san francisco March 4, 2017 09:54 Hot Recent News

    Taxiapp Uber is again under fire. The company would set up a secret program to remain invisible to authorities. As Uber could go unseen to work in cities where it is not yet allowed. The project, Grey Ball is called, is used inter alia in Australia, China, Italy and South Korea and in cities such as Paris, Boston and Las Vegas.

  • 'Volkswagen emissions cost 1,200 lives'

    'Volkswagen emissions cost 1,200 lives'

    boston March 3, 2017 17:57 Hot Recent News

    About 1200 Europeans are more likely to die from the emissions of Volkswagens with sjoemelsoftware. They go for about ten years before death than would have happened without the pollution. So say scientists at the US technology university MIT Friday in the scientific journal Environmental Research Letters.

  • 'Vatican hinders committee child abuse '

    'Vatican hinders committee child abuse '

    vatican city March 1, 2017 13:24 Hot Recent News

    Irish Marie Collins, a victim of sexual abuse by a priest, stepped out of the international committee that Pope Francis founded in 2014 in the fight against child abuse. Collins switches to 'frustration' because several members of the Roman Curia, the administrative body around the pope, refusing to cooperate in the prevention of child abuse. In a statement, called the Irish lack of cooperation 'outrageous.'

  • Plane through roof

    Plane through roof

    boston February 28, 2017 18:54 Hot Recent News

    A small plane flew Tuesday in the roof of an apartment building near the US Boston. On photos social media sharing shows that the unit's tail still sticking out of the building. On possible victims is still unknown.

  • Kaspersky: Most ransomware is from Russia

    Kaspersky: Most ransomware is from Russia

    boston February 15, 2017 09:27 Hot Recent News

    If a computer is hijacked, the chances are that the perpetrators come from Russia. All ransomware which goes around, comes three quarters from Russia, or at least of Russian-speaking cybercriminals. It involves 47 of the 62 discovered ransomware families, according to the Russian security guard Kaspersky Tuesday.

  • Flight delayed by Galaxy Note Wi-Fi hoax

    Flight delayed by Galaxy Note Wi-Fi hoax

    san francisco December 23, 2016 08:00 Hot Recent News

    A flight of Virgin America has faced long delays in San Francisco because it was looking for a Samsung Galaxy Note 7, reports BBC. That type of smartphone in the United States may not have been because it reports the plane over Galaxy phones catch on fire.

  • 'Giant meteorite' popular among young voters USA

    'Giant meteorite' popular among young voters USA

    boston October 18, 2016 18:06 Hot Recent News

    Young Americans are very dissatisfied with the choices they can make this presidential election. Nearly one in four said in a poll they would rather have a 'gigantic meteorite destroys the earth than to see Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton in the White House. Reported Reuters.

  • Small group of Americans own half weapons

    Small group of Americans own half weapons

    boston September 20, 2016 14:51 Hot Recent News

    A relatively small group of 1.6 million gun owners in the United States owns approximately half of the 264 million firearms in circulation in the country. Some individuals possess or 140 pistols and rifles. In the US, growing the total gun ownership steadily.

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