And for the first time ever, the new Apple Watch comes with a built in GPS so users can finally run without an iPhone! The new GPS chip promises to accurately track distance, pace and speed for outdoor workouts such as walking, running or cycling, without the need of an iPhone in your pocket. You can leave your iPhone at home and purely depend on the latest smartwatch. In other features, the device uses Wi Fi, GPS and locally stored satellite data to identify a user location as well..
The victory capped an amazing comeback for Sauers 10 years removed from nearly dying. He was incorrectly diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis, spent seven weeks in the hospital and was given a 25 percent chance of survival. Eventually he was diagnosed with Stevens Johnson syndrome, a rare disorder of the skin and mucous membranes that causes the skin on the extremities to burn from the inside out..
Four new home neighborhoods are now under construction offering modern suburban living and anticipated pricing from the low $400,000s. The grand opening is slated for late Spring.”We created a style of homes that reflect the tradition of the area yet offer a modern sensibility in a well rounded new home community,” explained Matt Sauls, vice president of marketing and product development for Pardee Homes. “In addition to four distinct neighborhoods, an expansive 10 acre sports park will sit at the center of the community, welcoming residents in one convenient setting designed to appeal to grown ups as well as children with places to stretch out, play and gather.
James Edward Barber, 81, of Williamstown went home to be with the Lord on Aug. 13, 2017. He is survived by his loving wife of 47 years, Marie (nee Pflieger); two sons, Mark (Carolyn) and James (Mary); and his grandson, Colton James Barber. HapiLabs plans to start shipping the first forks to early Kickstarter donors at the end of the summer, and roll the devices out to everyone by the end of the year.”We want to cater to a community of people who like to eat mindfully,” said Boutain.Data, data everywhereSince it has started collecting data from test users, HapiLabs has found that people take about 70 fork bites per meal. They start eating fast but slow down after six minutes, and in an interesting bit of carb trivia, they tend to eat rice much faster than pasta (possibly due to the labor intensive twirling process).This is just a sliver of the kind of insight the fork could give the company and medical researchers into how people eat. That potential is what makes the fork more than just a silly and fun novelty gadget.