The Sex and The City sequel officially begun filming today. The picture to the left shows Sarah Jessica Parker on set without any of the other girls. So what’s happened to the rest of the famous foursome?
Garmin introduced its newest cycling GPS product today, the Edge 500.
This navigational tool tracks speed, distance, time, GPS position, elevation, calories burned, climb and descent. Those are a lot of applications in a product that weighs just two ounces.
Press Release - TomTom WORK, the business-to-business division of TomTom, today announces the availability in the U.S. market of TomTom WORK Active, a connected navigation solution for businesses offering LIVE services, as well as enhanced fleet monitoring and reporting capabilities. With the availability of TomTom WORK Active, TomTom adds real-time services, including TomTom Traffic, to its connected navigation solution. LIVE traffic information helps the service fleet avoid traffic jams, greatly reducing operating costs and improving service levels to customers.
A movie buff from the UK plans on selling his £1m collection of movie memorabilia and has started the sale by selling one of his most prized possessions, K.I.T.T.
The new season of Crash is just a few weeks away. One returning character to the series is Dennis Hopper as the newly-sober music producer, Ben Cendars.
Hopper can draw upon past experiences for this role as the man himself has gone through rehab twice before. In an article by Luaine Lee, Hopper speaks about how bad things had gotten.
"I was in Mexico making a movie called 'Jungle Fever' and I caught the fever," he says seated in a slipper chair in a hotel bungalow.
Press Release - LOS ANGELES, Aug. 31 /PRNewswire/ -- POM Wonderful, the largest U.S. grower of Wonderful variety pomegranates and maker of 100% pomegranate juice, today announced its sponsorship of Team Garmin-Slipstream, the American professional cycling team dedicated to ethical sporting and developing the next generation of cycling champions. The announcement comes on the heels of the team's outstanding Tour de France performance, where it was second overall with riders Bradley Wiggins and Christian Vande Velde finishing in the top ten, and at the start of the Vuelta, its third Grand Tour of the season.
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DeLexus Hennessey is getting men in trouble!
I was clicking around this morning when all of a sudden the name DeLexus Hennessy popped up in my inbox. Now, the only DeLexus Hennessey I know is our DeLexus here at Navtones. Could it really be her? Sure enough it was our DeLexus and according to the attached article she’s giving some men a perfect alibi for having an unexplained "chick" in the car.
Garmin Ltd has chosen a wireless carrier for its long-awaited navigation-enabled Smartphone set for a fourth-quarter launch in the United States, but the navigation device maker stopped short of naming the company.
I'm a big fan of watching old movies. When I say old, I don't mean black and white old or silent movies old; I just mean movies from my childhood, 80's movies.
Sometimes I find it can be a struggl to actually choose the old film you want to watch. The amount of times I've chosen a movie, informed who I'm with that they're going to love it, only to sit through it wondering, what was I thinking?
That is why I am extremely grateful to Matt Noble over at examiner.com. Matt does a piece called Big Screen Wayback Machine: and each week he'll review an old favorite film from years past. This week he did; Big Trouble in Little China.
When it comes to who’s going to fill the gold chains of Mr. T, the rumors start to fly. This week alone it’s been rumored that rappers The Game and 50 Cent were both in the running for the role. As a matter of fact, The Game was actually confirmed as the new BA Baracus at one point. But putting those rumors aside, now there’s a new rumor I quite like the sound of.
According the thesun.co.uk, UFC fighter Quinton ‘Rampage’ Jackson is set to take on the role of BA Baracus in the forthcoming A-Team movie.