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Pair charged in connection to domestic dispute in Wallaceburg

first_imgA domestic dispute ended in charges against the involved man and woman.Chatham-Kent police responded to a disturbance at an apartment in Wallaceburg early Tuesday morning.Police allege a 34-year-old man of no fixed address threatened his ex-girlfriend, a 34-year-old Wallaceburg woman.The man also reportedly threw items over the balcony, damaging cars in the parking lot below, police said.An investigation revealed the woman was bound by conditions not to communicate with the man and to notify police of any change in address.Police said the man was charged with uttering threats, as well as break and enter and mischief over $5,000.The woman was charged with two counts of failing to comply with her release conditions.Both were taken into custody pending a bail hearing, police said.Uttering threatsA 30-year-old Tilbury man is facing two counts of uttering threats in connection to an incident on Monday night.Chatham-Kent police said the accused went to a Tilbury home and threatened two acquaintances.Police were called, and the man was arrested a short time later. He was later released with an Oct. 9 court date.Single-vehicle crashA 24-year-old Chatham man was taken hospital with injuries that were not life threatening after being involved in a single-vehicle crash early Monday night.Emergency crews responded to the collision around 6:30 p.m. on River Line between Communication Road and Harwich Road.Chatham-Kent police said the crash occurred when the man lost control of his vehicle and left the roadway striking a hydro pole. The man was taken to the Chatham-Kent Health Alliance to be treated for his injuries.Police said the damage is estimated at $4,000 and the crash remains under investigation.last_img read more

What Are Bloggers, Tweeters and Forum-Posters Saying About the New iPhone 48 Hours After Launch?

first_imgWhat it Takes to Build a Highly Secure FinTech … 48 hours after the release of the much-anticipated iPhone 3GS and its new 3.0 software, people are just beginning to put it through its paces and report on their reactions. Norwegian consumer generated media (CGM) analysis firm Integrasco has been monitoring several social media outlets including Twitter, Facebook, Myspace and YouTube and has produced a product launch report. Early adopters have started sharing first-hand quality and performance feedback for the 3GS at twice the volume normally observed on a monthly basis for this product category. Reviews are mixed, but mostly positive. According to Integrasco, the new iPhone 3GS has been the subject of over 8500 hits, in discussion forums alone, in the last couple of days. “The release of this handset as well as the iPhone 3.0 software have led to a significant increase in the overall iPhone and Apple buzz.” What Are People Talking About?Generally people are happy with the overall use of the handset. The new oleophobic screen is brighter and displays warmer, richer colors than previous iPhones. Most people report that the shinier screen makes fingerprint marks more easily removable, while others are unimpressed. Overwhelmingly, people are talking about the new iPhone’s lightning fast speed, especially when opening and closing applications and browsing the net. Reportedly, “the overall system seems to be a lot faster and smoother than the iPhone 3G released a year ago.” One of the most anticipated new features is the iPhone’s new video recording capability:“Users of the new Apple phone are simply blown away by the excellent quality of the video recording; some people even go as far as to say it is thebest they have seen in a mobile phone until now. Voice control works almost flawlessly as well, spot on most of the time. Google Maps and Digital Compass also work very well together.”The iPhone’s 3mp camera with autofocus and macro features are also a big hit. Drawbacks and GlitchesSo far some consumers are disappointed that Apple didn’t make the iPhone more affordable, especially in the UK. It was to be expected that a new iPhone model with more features would cost more, so this is no shock. Some consumers have found other issues that they are not happy about:“The 3mp camera with no flash and no front camera for video recording are pretty disappointing. But my biggest beef is no memory card slot so apple can gouge you for the 32GB iphone and no mini-usb for charging etc. means my next phone will be an android. Sorry Apple, not good enough.”Others find that the digital compass does not work well when driving in a car and lots of people have complained about a weak Wi-Fi signal. One Mac Rumors commenter says:“Really, really terrific speed… The ONLY issue I’m having is my Wifi signal seems to have weakened a lot. My wifi router is in the next room (literally 10 feet away, through one wall) and I have 1 bar on the 3G S and 5 full bars on the 3G.”another commenter adds:“Beware! WiFi reception on this phone seems to be pretty bad compared to the 3G. I have read complaints earlier in this thread, and I can see it for myself as well.”One Twitter user even took his iPhone back to the store because he thought it was broken. @WheezingGeek says Apple gladly replaced it but the new one was not any better.Some others have noticed a “high-pitched sound right after sending an SMS or during video recordings…however this high frequency noise is hardly noticeable for most people. In any case, if there is in fact a problem, it is expected to be fixed in a future software update”. There are some reported service issues in the US when customers try to activate their new iPhones and in Italy some people have remarked that the voice control feature does not work very well for them.ConclusionThe increased speed, amazing video recording features and new 3.0 software might be enough for some people to finally pull the trigger on a new iPhone purchase. There are still detractors though, who think Apple is not really innovating, just trying to compete with other devices that already have these features. It’s obvious that Apple will remain a solid contender in this market and releasing the new 3GS is a big step in the right direction. Let us know what you think. doug coleman 1 Related Posts Why IoT Apps are Eating Device Interfaces Role of Mobile App Analytics In-App Engagement The Rise and Rise of Mobile Payment Technology Tags:#Apple#mobile#Product Reviews#web last_img read more

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Thomas Eric Duncan a Liberian man who died of the virus on Oct 8 The revelation Wednesday that she flew Frontier Airlines on an Oct 13 had officials working Wednesday locate and monitor 131 other people who were on the plane Vinson was also moved Wednesday to an Atlanta hospital with experience treating the disease “She should not have flown on [a plane]” Dr Tom Frieden the CDC director told reporters Wednesday It became clear late Wednesday night that Frieden was mistaken and a CDC official confirmed the agency had actually cleared Vinson to fly Dave Daigle a CDC spokesman told TIME that as officials widened the net of people who needed to be monitored Vinson was in Ohio and the CDC told her to go back to Dallas Her temperature was 995F Daigle said “Most doctors would call that a slight temperature not a fever” he said “At that point she was asked by CDC to come back to Dallas so she could be monitored and she came back” Addressing Frieden’s comments that Vinson “should not have flown” Daigle said the threshold for a fever is 1004F "We may end up lowering that threshold” he said “but under the current guidance she was clear to fly” Vinson was stable condition Wednesday Frieden said She was transferred to Atlanta’s Emory University Hospital which has already sent nurses to Dallas to aid in Ebola-related care is currently treating another patient who was diagnosed in West Africa and successfully treated missionaries Dr Kent Brantly and Nancy Writebol for the disease The hospital has a specialized unit and team that are trained to treat patients with diseases like Ebola and Vinson’s transfer comes as US officials are considering transferring all Ebola patients to specialized hospitals The news clearly had travelers on edge with reports of people at airports across the country wearing face masks and even makeshift hazmat suits Meanwhile the World Health Organization said Wednesday that the epidemic which has ravaged counties in West Africa has now claimed 4493 lives with a total of 8997 confirmed probable and suspected cases Vinson was isolated within 90 minutes after reporting a fever on Tuesday whereupon she was tested for Ebola Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins told reporters Wednesday adding that “the protocol to find the virus worked well” The results came back positive from a state lab in Austin around midnight the Texas Department of State Health Services said The CDC is reaching out to passengers on Vinson’s plane Frontier Airlines Flight 1143 from Cleveland to Dallas/Fort Worth There were 132 passengers on the flight and the CDC is asking those passengers to call 1-800-CDC-INFO Public-health workers will begin interviewing the passengers later Wednesday Any passengers determined to be at risk will be monitored Frontier Airlines said the plane on which the patient flew was cleaned after landing as part of its normal procedure and according to CDC guidelines “prior to returning to service the next day” The plane was again cleaned Tuesday night before being taken out of service upon notification of the passenger’s status by the CDC The airline said it will continue to work closely with the CDC to ensure proper protocols and procedures continue to be followed Frieden said Wednesday that the several days before Duncan was diagnosed with Ebola were the highest-risk period for other infections Nina Pham a nurse who also treated Duncan was diagnosed with Ebola on Sunday Both had “extensive contact with the patient when they were having substantial amounts of both vomiting and diarrhea” Frieden said With reporting by Maya Rhodan Zeke J Miller and Siobhan O’Connor READ: Why Protective Gear Sometimes Isn’t Enough in the Fight Against Ebola PHOTOS: See How a Photographer is Covering Ebola’s Deadly Spread Members of a Liberian Red Cross burial team under contract from the Liberian Ministry of Health remove the body of suspected Ebola victim Lorpu David 30 on Sept 18 2014 in the Gurley street community in central Monrovia Liberia Daniel Berehulak—The New York Times/Redux Members of a Liberian Red Cross burial team remove the body of woman 75 a suspected Ebola victim on Sept 18 2014 in Monrovia Liberia Daniel Berehulak—The New York Times/Redux A burial team collects the body of a 75-year-old woman in a neighborhood called PHP in Monrovia Liberia Sept 18 2014 Daniel Berehulak—The New York Times/Redux A resident of the West Point neighborhood covers his nose as a burial team leaves with a body in Monrovia Liberia Sept 17 2014 Daniel Berehulak—The New York Times/Redux Members of a burial team from the Liberian Red Cross remove the body of a man a suspected Ebola victim from a home in Matadi on Sept 17 2014 in Monrovia Liberia Daniel Berehulak—The New York Times/Redux A member of a Liberian Red Cross burial team is disinfected with chlorine sprayed on by a colleague after having removed the body of a man a suspected Ebola victim on Sept 6 2014 in Monrovia Liberia Daniel Berehulak—The New York Times/Reportage by Getty Images Residents look on as the body of a man suspected of dying from Ebola lies in a busy street after it was reportedly dragged there to draw the attention of burial teams For several days his family had asked for the body to be picked up to no avail Monrovia Liberia Sept 15 2014 Daniel Berehulak—The New York Times/Redux Friends and relatives weep as a burial team removes the body of a 75-year-old woman Her neighbors insisted she had died of a stroke Monrovia Liberia Sept 18 2014 Daniel Berehulak—The New York Times/Redux Eric Gweah 25 grieves as he watches members of a Red Cross burial team carry the body his father Ofori Gweah 62 a suspected Ebola victim in a riverside area called Rock Spring Valley in central Monrovia Liberia Sept 18 2014 Ofori Gweah had endured Ebolaís telltale symptoms for six days his family took him to treatment centers twice only to be turned back So many Ebola victims are dying at home due to a severe shortage of treatment centers in Monrovia and many of the ill are infecting family members neighbors and others in a ballooning circle of contagion (Daniel Berehulak/The New York Times) Daniel Berehulak—The New York Times/Redux Residents discuss an Ebola awareness campaign in Monrovia Liberia Aug 30 2014 Daniel Berehulak—The New York Times/Redux Residents of the West Point neighborhood attend church after a 10-day quarantine was lifted in Monrovia Liberia Aug 31 2014 Daniel Berehulak—The New York Times/Redux James Dorbor 8 suspected to have Ebola lays on the ground as his father Edward tried to get the boy to drink coconut water They waited for James to be admitted into the JFK Ebola treatment center on Sept 5 2014 in Monrovia Liberia Daniel Berehulak—The New York Times/Reportage by Getty Images Edward Dorbor reacts after believing that his son James Dorbor 8 had died However the boy survived for a few additional hours before dying at the JFK Ebola treatment center on Sept 5 2014 in Monrovia Liberia Daniel Berehulak—The New York Times/Reportage by Getty Images Medical staff rush into the treatment facility carrying James Dorbor 8 suspected of having Ebola Since the health workers weren’t wearing the appropriate protection against Ebola they positioned James’ body in a way to limit exposure to the deadly virus Monrovia Liberia Sept 5 2014 Daniel Berehulak—The New York Times/Redux A relative grieves as members of a Liberian Red Cross burial team dress themselves in full protective clothing prior to removing the body of suspected Ebola victim Ofori Gweah 62 on Sept 18 2014 in central Monrovia Liberia Daniel Berehulak—The New York Times/Redux Medical staff spray down a small plastic bag containing the blood sample of Hawa Konneh 9 a suspected Ebola victim as she lays on the dirt wrapped in a shawl in front of the Doctors Without Borders (MSF) Ebola treatment center as her mother Masogbe sits near to her prior to Hawa’s passing away on Sept 4 2014 in Monrovia Liberia Daniel Berehulak—The New York Times/Reportage by Getty Images Marvin Gweah 28 is overcome by emotion as members of a Liberian Red Cross burial team carry away the body of his father Ofori Gweah 62 a suspected Ebola victim on Sept 18 2014 in central Monrovia Liberia Daniel Berehulak—The New York Times/Reportage by Getty Images 1 of 17 Advertisement Contact us at [email protected] biggest US Navy force since the 2003 invasion of Iraq may be headed toward Syria as President Donald Trump weighs a military response to the suspected chemical weapon attack in Douma a town on the outskirts of Damascus The Times of London reports that the US Navy is sending a total of ten warships and two submarines into the Mediterranean Sea Any Navy task force will likely be led by the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier the USS Harry S Truman which set out from Norfolk Virginia this week with a strike group of five escort warships according to the Times The American aircraft carrier is capable of carrying 90 aircraft including F/A-18 Super Hornet fighter jets 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