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Police search large farm for 4 missing Pennsylvania men, suspecting foul play

Police search large farm for 4 missing Pennsylvania men, suspecting foul play

Police search large farm for 4 missing Pennsylvania men, suspecting foul play

The disappearance of four young men approved a thorough criminal investigation into a picturesque rural area outside of Philadelphia in one of Pennsylvania’s richest counties.

Authorities from various law enforcement agencies, both local and state – and the FBI – are focusing research efforts on a large farm in Bucks County, approximately 40 miles north of Philadelphia.

The District Attorney Bucks County, at a press conference on Monday that no one suspects failure in disappearances, and that is incredibly hot.

The first to disappear, Jimi Tara Patrick, 19, was seen last Wednesday. Then on Friday, Mark Sturgis, 22; Tom Meo, 21; Finocchiaro and Dean, 18, have also disappeared. Some or all of the missing men seem to know, officials say. Two of them, Sturgis and Meo, working together commercially Sturgis.

Sturgis was last seen home Friday night to visit Meo, said Sturgis ‘father on NBC 10. When the two men did not show up on Saturday morning, Sturgis’ father Mark Potash is worried, he Told the Philadelphia Inquirer.
“I thought I had maybe a night of drinking and sleeping somewhere,” said the potash researcher. “It was my hope.”

The calls to their mobile phones were both directly to voice mail. On Saturday for potash he called the police.

Finocchiaro, a close friend of Sturgis and Meo, was seen Friday night in a vehicle driven by another individual, who is not lacking, the Philadelphia investigator reported.

On Monday, a large number of law enforcement agencies gathered on a 68-acre farm in Solebury Township, using metal detectors, a backhoe, and “a wealth of research resources” to explore the property, said Matthew Weintraub, Bucks tax Of the county, at the press conference. A Finocchiaro cell phone signal took authorities to the farm, according to the New York Times.

Authorities arrested Monday Cosmo DiNardo, 20, whose parents own the farm, in a pre-loaded arms charge initially rejected. It is unclear whether DiNardo is linked to the disappearance of the four men and why the authorities decided to take him into custody.
Police arrested for the first time in February of DiNardo, having found a 20-caliber rifle, was not allowed to have, because of his history of mental illness, according to a sworn statement from the police. He had been involuntarily committed to a mental institution for treatment in the hospital, the affidavit read.

DiNardo was held at Bucks County Prison, 10 percent of its $ 1 million deposit, local press reported.

Weintraub said “it seems safe” that the silly game was involved in the case of missing men. He said research on farm property was like “trying to find needles in a range of hay colors,” but said “we have a lot of strong evidence to say that this is where we should focus most of our resources “.

“We are very confident that the investigation is carried out in the order that we believe this,” Weintraub said at Monday’s press conference. However, he added that “there is a lot of work to be done” and that the search effort could take days.

All about Debian 9 ‘Stretch,’ the Linux distro that just works

All about Debian 9 'Stretch,' the Linux distro that just works

All about Debian 9 ‘Stretch,’ the Linux distro that just works

Debian 9 “Stretch” just released, and given that Linux distributions are Debian stands out as a distribution for stability.

Of course, most desktop users can choose Ubuntu or Fedora for their desktop PCs, while users who are more willing to get their hands dirty can opt for Arco or Gentoo. Hackers could gravitate to Kali, while the paranoia between us could be something like tail.

Debian is a free operating system (like in freedom) GNU / Linux created by volunteers. The operating system uses APT to manage packages and software, not like Ubuntu. In fact, Ubuntu is known as a Debian-based operating system, since most major utilities are located in Ubuntu (as APT) derived from Debian.

Debian is different from Ubuntu in many ways. First, Ubuntu is developed and distributed under the auspices of a for-profit company, Canonical.

Depending on where you are on Linux, proprietary software and other philosophical open source Debian issues may be considered “freer” for Ubuntu.

While Debian and Ubuntu use APT package management and can install .deb files downloaded from the Internet, there is an important distinction to make. While Ubuntu can install .deb files built for Ubuntu or Debian, Debian users should avoid .deb files for Ubuntu as it could break your system.

Because Debian is an operating system that sells stability, it’s like hitting the sharp end of an ax against one of the chair legs on which to sit. The leg can not stop right away, but when it does, everyone will say that you did it.

The last big thing that makes Debian Ubuntu different and other Debian Linux operating systems is that it has a long release cycle. The latest version of Debian 8 (“Jessie”) was released on April 25, 2015, more than two years ago.

Although the release cycles are long enough, Debian supports each version one year after the release of the latest release. This is equivalent to about three years of support for each release, Debian 8 “Jessie” reach the end of life June 25, 2018. Ubuntu, on the other hand, is launching new versions and twice a year, with The larger LTS versions in the even-numbered years of April.

Like other Linux operating systems, Debian 9 has many programs that instantly make it usable.

Two of these programs are Mozilla’s Firefox and Thunderbird, which now carry their official names as opposed to Iceweasel and Icedove brand. This comes after the resolution of a litigation between Debian and Mozilla last year

Like Ubuntu or Fedora, Debian also comes with a lot of productivity software like GIMP and LibreOffice. Some Office Software Update for Debian 9:

How much fancy tech can Audi shove into the 2019 Audi A8?

How much fancy tech can Audi shove into the 2019 Audi A8?

How much fancy tech can Audi shove into the 2019 Audi A8?

As much as Audi does not want to admit perhaps, the great body-A8 times has played a secondary role to the BMW 7-Series and the Mercedes-Benz S-Class.

These two historic plates have been recently renovated with a lot of new features, but Audi is not content with staying in the background. This time it’s all about jumping.

A big grill and three huge screens

From the outside, it is evident that it is a new beast. The A8 is completely redesigned, with almost 90 percent of the front end covered with a new massive hexagonal grate.

The headlights are still 8 percent. At the rear, the taillights come together with a long strip of chrome and taillight. It’s like a Lincoln Continental, a comparison, I’m sure Audi would love to hear.

Look inside, and it is clear that we look at the future. The dashboard is low and wide, and there is almost no physical change to see – there is not one, not two, but three screens.

There is a screen in which was the caliber group, and a new version of the Audi MMI information and entertainment system lives within the second screen.

Just below the infotainment system is the third screen, which makes the functions of climate control and acts as a writing unit for information and entertainment. Since the two center console screens are compatible, it is not necessary for a physical controller to take up more space in the dashboard.

The second row is equal or more impressive on the A8L long wheelbase. A rear seat system makes a large removable touch screen controller between the seats, and there is not enough space there for an elephant. There is also a massager for the feet. Really.
Audi wanted to make sure that the A8 in 2019 could move from one end to the other with the Germans at the technology front, and got it.

In some models – it is not clear when it will arrive in the United States – the A8 in 2019 will be able to drive a semi-autonomous level 3. The system can take control of the vehicle on the road with a physical barrier separating the Incoming traffic at speeds up to 37 km / h. It supports starting, steering, acceleration and braking. This will give the driver plenty of warning when it is his turn to take the wheel.

You will also be able to park either a parking space or garage. The driver can be out of the car and activate the system from a smart device with lined flow cameras directly on the user’s screen to closely monitor the situation.

As we mentioned above, all Audi A8 will come with a smooth hybrid system of 48 volts, which delivers the extra juice to the electromechanical suspension. It also features an extended start and stop function and regenerative braking. You can also scrub the engine, increasing efficiency.

Its suspension system is coupled with cameras that monitor the road and can control the suspension to soften the bumps. Electric motors power the air suspension to adjust or affirm MS progress.

You can also increase the car in case of a side impact to reduce the risk of injury by diverting the firing of the stronger parts of the chassis.

The car also uses communication-vehicle-x skills, although it seems to be limited to recognizing traffic signals and information about hazards for now.

Microsoft planning to connect 2 million Americans using white spaces: Reports

Microsoft planning to connect 2 million Americans using white spaces: Reports

Microsoft planning to connect 2 million Americans using white spaces: Reports

Microsoft plans to announce that it will use unused channels between television programs or a blank space, to improve regional broadband access to 2 million people in the United States, but it has been reported.

According to a New York Times report, Microsoft will announce Tuesday with 12 states to benefit from the five-year program.

Microsoft president Brad Smith allegedly told the New York Times that white spaces are “the best solution to more than 80% of people living in rural areas in America who do not have broadband.”

The first 12 states are New York, Texas, Washington, Virginia, Michigan, Maine, Arizona, Georgia, Kansas, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wisconsin, according to Bloomberg.

Microsoft said in a June letter to the Commission at the request of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) that it would seek to use the white space to allow greater broadband connectivity in the regions.

“Millions of Americans, including millions of students, mostly in rural communities do not have access to broadband Internet, which is an essential element for success in today’s digital society,” said letter from Microsoft [PDF].

“Microsoft Research and Community implementations have demonstrated that white-space technology is a very effective tool for extending existing broadband networks to underserved or marginalized communities.

In fact, blanks technology uses a frequency band that allows network operators to extend wireless broadband signals much further than other bands while requiring less infrastructure and increased affordability.

“As a result, technology blanks, suppliers can expand their networks to serve communities in existing technologies are economically impossible to implement.”

Microsoft added that the FCC could allow the use of white space that guarantee a minimum of three channels of white space for each market, while maintaining a vacant UHF channel in each market.

“This regulatory security is essential to support the investments needed to make an important step in reducing a chip technology,” Microsoft said, adding that it should not interfere with television broadcasts.

“This will reduce prices to levels that can allow availability over the country, but chip makers will take this as if there are three channels available.”

The technology giant has been discussing the use of white space around the world for years with technology using frequencies up to 10-15 kilometers, and can penetrate buildings.

Microsoft has been testing technology in Africa for several years as part of the 4Afrika initiative and also aimed at a pilot in southern India, Andhra Pradesh, and CEO Satya Nadella has taken issue with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi In 2015.

However, the Indian government said it would not provide Microsoft with unused spectra.

“The government does not provide any spectrum without an auction and the only exception will be for defense and security institutions,” said IT Minister of Communications and IT Ravi Shankar Prasad last year.

At that time, Microsoft India president Bhaskar Pramanik said the company would not use white space for its own interests but rather to provide global connectivity.

“We never intended to be the service provider, our goal is simple, we want to empower entrepreneurs. [Microsoft] has invented technology … but did not play in this field, I am providing technology based on which partners have Established communication facilities that enable connectivity, “said Pramanik.

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