Apple's AirPods are the first fully wireless earphones from Apple. They’re sold as an accessory for the iPhone 7. AirPods stunned the headphone market with an impressive sales start. But, will they stand the test of time? Will you be making the $159 purchase.
If you are interested in the latest information on the Samsung Galaxy S8, cnet.com reported the following.
Samsung has tumbled -- exploding Galaxy Note 7 phones precipitated the company's fiery fall from grace -- but its smartphone legacy is far from over. There's still the Galaxy S8 flagship to look forward to.
And a lot will ride on the Korean manufacturing giant's next phone for buyers to believe that more reliable, less fire-prone phones are on the horizon. Samsung desperately needs a hit, too. Although its profits are soaring on the strength of its chips and S7 and S7 Edge phone sales, the company will still lose around $5 billion in the wake of recalling and then completely ceasing production on the Note 7. Meanwhile, the company faces lawsuits, as well as exploding appliances that go beyond flammable phones, too.
A next-generation follow-up to the Galaxy S7 that was released last March, the Galaxy S8 will be the first phone to help redirect Samsung's efforts to gain new buyers who don't already have a Samsung phone. And, to be clear: unlike the Note 7, there have been no known claims of fires or explosions with the Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge, so at least this line's reputation is intact.
Read more at cnet.com.
On Saturday, January 28, 2017 NEW YORK DAILY NEWS reported that a murderous Brooklyn mom can’t remember any of the grim details from the night she allegedly beat her 4-year-old son to death.
Zarah Coombs, in a tear-filled jailhouse interview Saturday, claimed she blacked out — and didn’t learn of her boy Zamair’s death until hours later from police.
“My life is over,” said Coombs before breaking down in sobs. “Nothing will ever be the same. My baby’s gone and it’s my fault ... I wish I could hold him, and hug him, and tell him that I love him.”
Coombs, 26, admitted to cops that she killed Zamair by beating the helpless child with a broomstick in their basement apartment Wednesday night, sources said.
Read more at NEW YORK DAILY NEWS.
Paterson seems to be a place that is detached from the rest of the world.
What is truly going on here?
Why are so many of our seniors losing their homes?
Where is the genuine leadership?
Who truly cares about Paterson? Is that just a phrase to promote political agendas?
Why can't we figure out what's going on and get to the solution in a timely fashion?
How is it that those who run for seats in this city have so many wonderful ideas on the campaign trail but no tangible strategies to bring those plans to fruition?
Can we really say that we have grown as a city?
Can we honestly say that things are better?
Can we say, as a community, that we are satisfied with the state of our city?
How about the crime?
What about the political corruption?
Does anyone see what's happening?
And why do we label those who sound the alarm on what's happening as being subversive or negative?
If someone sees a fire should they not yell: "FIRE! FIRE!"?
Does it matter whether or not that person has the means to put the fire out?
Shouldn't those who have the wherewithal to extinguish the flames be responsible to handle that part?
What will it take for us to accept the fact that we are in deep trouble as a city?
When will we take a step back from all the fanfare, awards, celebrations, citations, street-naming ceremonies etc to address the root causes of the city's eminent demise?
Let's not kid ourselves here. We're in big trouble.