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Deals: Drive Around Safely With This Hands-Free Phone Mount

Our smartphones are pretty handy navigation tools, but fiddling with them while you're driving is not ideal. That's why every responsible driver should invest in a mount to keep their mitts on the wheel and far, far away from their phone. Thankfully, the ExoMount Universal Smartphone Car Mounts do just that with some no-nonsense engineering. More »      

I am absolutely addicted to this idiotic online claw game

I really don't need to explain to you the appeal of the classic "claw game," and even if I tried it would probably just sound silly. Navigating a flimsy toy crane over to some cheap trinket and then praying that the weak little arms actually make it move is an exercise in frustration, and paying a dollar or more for every attempt is downright stupid. Show More Summary

Tuskegee Airmen Recall History-Making Service, Missions

They were among the men who became the first black pilots, navigators and support personnel to serve during World War II.

How I Learned To Navigate Dating As A Widow

I rushed into dating far too quickly after my husband George died. I tried dating a couple of guys only a few months after his death. I waited 14 months before joining an online dating site, but it was still too soon, at least for me. Show More Summary

Should Expecting Mothers Opt for this New Genetic Test? Here's Why I Did

The first trimester can be a time of anxiety. In addition to the nausea, fear of miscarrying, and changes to your body and lifestyle, you have to navigate your genetic testing options. It's a personal decision, and some expecting parents may chose to forgo them altogether. Show More Summary

Could This Backpack-Wearing Pigeon Really Deliver Drugs?

Police captured an unlikely drug smuggler — a homing pigeon — carrying a custom-made backpack loaded with what supposedly are 178 ecstasy pills. But are pigeons adept enough to navigate for deliveries?

How to Navigate Summer Vacation With Children Who Need Structure

Mike Berry helps parents put together vacations that work for challenging kids. The post How to Navigate Summer Vacation With Children Who Need Structure appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Gatwick launches app to stop you missing your plane

London's Gatwick Airport has installed around 2,000 beacons across its two terminals providing an indoor navigation system that is much more reliable, it claims, than GPS.

Bringing digital skills training to 30,000 farmers in Vietnam

19 hours agoTechnology / Google : Google Blog

Farmer Nguyen Thi Tham receives basic training on how to use her smartphone to navigate the internet Nguyen Thi Tham has worked as a farmer her entire life. She has always relied on her neighbors for information about the weather and market conditions, and she always thought she was too old to use the internet. Show More Summary

The Logic of the Landscape: How to Become an Expert Navigator

21 hours agoFitness / Hiking : Section Hiker

A compass is one of the 10 essentials and while many hikers and backpackers carry one, many don’t know how to use it to navigate in the backcountry. This is something I hear often when I teach map and compass skills courses and describes my experience as well: I carried a compass for years but …

Spring Restored - Coast Guard Finishes Buoy Operations Early

The U.S. Coast Guard completed operation Spring Restore Tuesday, five days ahead of schedule. Spring Restore involves the re-installment of 1,216 federal navigational aids, including lighted and unlighted buoys and beacons. Due to a light ice year…

Deals: Fang Around Safely With This Hands-Free Phone Mount

Our smartphones are pretty handy navigation tools, but fiddling with them while you're driving is not ideal. That's why every responsible driver should invest in a mount to keep their mitts on the wheel and far, far away from their phone. Thankfully, the ExoMount Universal Smartphone Car Mounts do just that with some no-nonsense engineering. More »      

Day Around The Bay: San Franciscans Most Unhappy With New Taste Of Tap Water

Landlord Anne Kihagi now has to pay $2.7 million in penalties, Lyft launches Lux service, and you can take a video tour of the newest homeless Navigation Center. [ more › ]

Summer Pages: Books to Breeze Through This Summer

It’s a weird new world for readers, and here is a list for navigating it: 16 books to look out for, in no particular order.

WWII airmen, segregated by race, finally meet decades later

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One was a B-17 bomber navigator, the other a Tuskegee Airman who flew one of the P-51 Mustangs that protected bombers.        

UK's Gatwick Airport installs 2,000 Bluetooth beacons for AR-based indoor navigation

Gatwick Airport, the second-busiest airport in the United Kingdom, is making it easier for passengers to navigate its two terminals with the installation of around 2,000 beacons, initially providing iPhone users their location on indoor maps, with the system also allowing for the use of augmented reality wayfinding in the future.

The Trump Administration's First FONOP in the South China Sea: Why Now?

Ryan Pickrell Security, Asia And how did China respond?  A U.S. Navy destroyer challenged China’s contested claims to the South China Sea in the first freedom of navigation operation of the Trump administration. The Arleigh Burke-class...Show More Summary

Gatwick Airport now has 2,000 beacons for indoor navigation

Complex indoor environments such as airports and shopping malls can be a nightmare to find your way around. And while Google is eyeing smartphones with 3D sensors as one potential fix for places GPS won’t accurately reach, another approach...Show More Summary

US Says Navy Ship Sails Near South China Sea Reef Claimed by Beijing

A Navy ship has sailed in disputed South China Sea waters near a reef claimed by Beijing in a "freedom of navigation" exercise.

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