TAI officials have announced that the Strategic Unmanned Aerial Vehicle version named ANKA TP will feature a new mission computer, airframe and have the ability to carry between 1 and 1.5 Tons in armament. During the maiden flight, Anka B successfully performed shakedown and auto landing. The Anka Block B also has a greater payload capacity than that of the Anka A which includes SAR/ISAR/GMTI radar (in addition to the cameras of Anka A) that obtains and remits high resolution intelligence data back to base.The ANKA Block B paves the way for weaponisation of the platform in the foreseeable future.
La solucin estndar es de 128 bit SSL, una seguridad muy fuerte. La mayora de los clientes son muy sensibles a estos temas y sta es una de las primeras cosas que se buscan. Tambin ser capaz de mostrar el smbolo del candado en su sitio, garantizando un ambiente seguro de pedidos.
It looks like a first image of the much anticipated Fujifilm X10 camera have appeared on a Japanese blog. The X100 has been a huge success for Fujifilm and they want to follow up with the smaller and lower priced X10 later this year. Featuring a 2/3 sensor, features include a 12 megapixel sensor, 1080p video, 4x optical zoom and also Jpeg and RAW shooting.
The simple question of why most American runners suffer injuries despite expensive sneakers brings Christopher McDougall to the unforgiving terrain of Mexico’s Copper Canyons, home to an indigenous population of ultra runners, the Tarahumara Indians. Eating a diet of ground corn, mouse meat and homemade alcohol and sleeping no regular hours the Tarahumara men and woman suffer illness and somehow find the endurance to run cliffside races topping 100 miles and sometimes lasting two days. Pulling the reader with him through sun crisped canyons and crushing our faith in Nike, McDougall recounts his quest to understand these near superhuman ultra runners with adrenaline pumped writing, humor and a distinct voice, never letting go from his impassioned mantra that humans were born to run..
A new day has dawned for Amnesty International, which is determined to replenish its aging member base with a new generation of activists. Suddenly, it is not just a gadfly to despots and a hero to thousands of oppressed individuals. Amnesty International is employing sophisticated media strategies that dwarf its previous attempts to keep up with the times.
The original blue and black Linksys WRT54G wireless router, released way back in 2002, holds an odd place in my heart. On the one hand, it was cheap and performed reasonably well, but on the other it also crashed regularly and was a pain in the ass to set up. Fortunately, 11 years on, things have changed a bit.