Dashboard mounted portable navigation systems have been coming under fire lately with fierce competition from the smartphone “app”. Major GPS manufacturers such as Garmin and TomTom are working to quell the onslaught coming from software by lowering prices and adding features to their hardware-based devices. Using their superior screen size and dedicated processing power to their advantage, here are the top 10 essential features of any portable navigation device.
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Here’s the first promotional picture of the new A-Team movie.
The movie is due for release on June 11th 2010 and is shaping up to be next year’s summer blockbuster. One of the biggest challenges facing all involved with the new A-Team movie is living up to expectation set by the original 80’s TV series.
The entire world was captivated yesterday when it was feared that Falcon Heene, “Balloon Boy” had floated off in a homemade, 20ft helium balloon.
During the two hour/50 mile flight of the balloon a huge rescue operation had transpired. People from all around the world watched the events unfold as news-crews broadcast live footage of the dramatic tale.
Mr. T has been the face of Snickers 'Get Some Nuts' campaign for some time now. In the UK a number of commercials have run that has seen Mr. T abuse speed-walker’s, drive a tank on a soccer pitch, and helicopter down to someone’s backyard to shout at “toe dippers.”
Over at GetSomeNuts.tv Mr. T has posted a message to anyone in Britain that thinks he’s forgotten about them. He says:
A couple of weeks ago I brought you the first pictures of the new A-Team movie and had commented that it all looked pretty good. I did however question why B.A. Baracus had no Mohawk.
The previous pictures had shown Quinton ‘Rampage’ Jackson (who is taking on the role of B.A. Baracus) with no gold chains or Mohawk haircut. This was quite a concern for me because the first thing that pops in my head when I think of the A-Team is B.A. Baracus’s Mohawk.
The first pictures of the new A-Team movie have surfaced today and the first thing that popped in my head was; “where’s the Mohawk?”
As I’m sure you all know by now, the new movie has Quinton ‘Rampage’ Jackson taking on the role of B.A. Baracus, the character made famous by Mr. T during the 80’s TV series. Mr. T owned the character with his trademark Mohawk and phases such as “I pity the fool.”
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It’s easy to think of Mr. T as that nice tough guy nowadays. The nice Mr. T who told you to treat your mother right and don’t do drugs, or the Mr. T who is going to hit you with a delicious candy bar as opposed to his fist.
If you asked a kid right now what they think of Mr. T, the chances are they would tell you he’s really funny in the new animated children’s movie, Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs. If you asked a kid the same question 31 years ago, I’m pretty sure you would have gotten a different answer.
Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs remained number one at the box office this weekend, beating off tough competition from the likes of Matt Damon’s film, The Informant.
This week alone saw “Cloudy” gross a staggering $35,435,752, with its closest competitor not even managing half that figure. The Informant came in at number two and pulled a gross income of $14,076,861.
Quinton ‘Rampage’ Jackson, the man set to fill the gold chains of Mr. T in the movie remake of the A-Team, has just announced he has quit fighting.
The former UFC light-heavyweight champion wrote on his website that “I’m done fighting. The UFC has done a lot for me but I think I have done more for them."
Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs was number one in the box office this weekend with estimated gross earnings of $30.1 million.
Mr. T voices Earl Devereaux, a no-nonsense police officer who must help inventor, Flint Lockwood (Bill Hader) and a weather reporter Sam Sparks (Anna Faris), stop the avalanche of foodstuffs.