The crew includes Sergey Ryzhikovand and Andrey Borisenko, as well as NASA's Robert Shane Kimbrough. Together, the team of six astronauts on the Expedition 49/50 crew will conduct more than 250 scientific experiments over four months. EDT Wednesday, October 19 (2:05 p.m. Baikonur time), 1:35 p.m IST, from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan. Coverage will start at 3:15 a.m. EDT (0715 GMT).
Trump has called Clinton a " nasty woman" who should be in jail, and even seemed to call for her assasination. Associated Press writer Chris Rugaber breaks down those claims and more. In an event that, in the past, has served as an occasion for candidates to poke fun at one another, as well as themselves, Trump went into attack mode, saying, "She got kicked off the Watergate commission.
It's called Google Home and isn't a secret, but we're expecting the company to announce pricing and availability in the United Kingdom at its October 4 event. That would put Assistant on two smartphones, two smartwatches, a messaging app, and Google Home . Well, of course, we have have to wait for developers to get their hands on the device to get a root method working.
We won't have to wait long to find out, either: the Ektra will be launching across Europe in early December for £449. It also offers basic camera settings like ISO, exposure, white balance, etc. Kodak is also set to include a recommendation widget that promotes other hand-picked third-party photography apps. Kodak integrates a SLR-style Scene Selection Dial that lets the user adjust the camera in real time with settings including HDR, Landscape, Portrait, Macro, Sport, Night-time, ...
There were two other people, including his mother, inside the duplex. On Monday, at 2:37 p.m., 31-year-old Carlos Rodriguez set his mattress on fire at his home, located at 266 N.W. Investigating the blaze, it was found that the fire was deliberately started, allegedly by Rodriguez. Told our collective hero at the time: 'I was barred out on drugs and I was driving and I hit a pole '.
It wasn't, and the FCC is holding T-Mobile appropriately accountable for their actions. That's because T-Mobile has a policy of "de-prioritizing" its unlimited data users who use a heavy data load during network congestion. "Consumers should not have to guess whether so-called 'unlimited' data plans contain key restrictions , like speed constraints, data caps, and other material limitations", FCC Enforcement Bureau Chief Travis LeBlanc was quoted.