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Today on Hard News, Far Cry Compilation announced, 2K Czech close Prague office, and ABC's Agents of SHIELD lift concept art from Mass Effect 3.
Today on HardNews, the late Tom Clancy, Sega and Sonic Boom, and Mighty No. 9 meets all its goals.
This week, we hear about how an exploit in Dead Space 3 might have some legal ramifications. We also learn more about the layoffs that hit Valve Software and Canada's efforts to thwarting the zombie apocalypse.
Today on HardNews, Nintendo refuses to layoff, new Pokemon, and WoW micro transactions.
Happy Friday! On today's rather debaucherous live show, we show off the leaked box art for Call of Duty: Ghosts, fume over the latest Xbox 720 rumors, report layoffs at EA, and deliver the sad news that Nintendo won't be hosting an E3 press conference this year. Lastly, the third-person XCOM shooter has re-emerged as The Bureau: XCOM Declassified!
It's Wednesday, which can only mean one thing - MORE VIDEO GAME NEWS! Today, we've got a review of Medal of Honor: Warfighter, details on XCOM: Enemy Unknown's Slingshot DLC, and a release date for SimCity! Also, Zynga quietly laid off 5% of its employees during this week's Apple press conference - we've got the details!
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After a 16-month layoff, Rich Franklin is ready to step back into the Octagon and face the "tornado"known as Wanderlei Silva. Will "Ace" be able to make it 2-0 against Silva at UFC® 147?
Horseback combat in Skyrim! Jet Set Radio on the Vita! Zone of the Enders 3? Plus the crappy news about 38 Studios' massive layoffs. Tara's out, but Anthony Carboni's here to fill in!
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Dr. Eric Baskin of Stafford Orthopedics discusses the symptoms, causes and treatments for Achilles Tendonitis.
The Achilles tendon is the largest tendon in the human body and can withstand forces of 1,000 pounds or more. It also is the most frequently ruptured tendon, usually as a result of a sports injury. Both professional and weekend athletes may suffer from Achilles tendonitis, a common overuse injury and inflammation of the tendon.
Events that can cause Achilles tendonitis may include:
• Hill running or stair climbing.
• Overuse, stemming from the natural lack of flexibility in the calf muscles.
• Rapidly increasing mileage or speed when walking, jogging, or running.
• Starting up too quickly after a layoff in exercise or sports activity, without adequately stretching and warming up the foot.
• Trauma caused by sudden and/or hard contraction of the calf muscles when putting out extra effort, such as in a sprint.
• Improper footwear and/or a tendency toward overpronation.
Achilles tendonitis often begins with mild pain after exercise or running that gradually worsens. Other symptoms include:
• Recurring localized pain, sometimes severe, along the tendon during or a few hours after running.
• Morning tenderness about an inch and a half above the point where the Achilles tendon is attached to the heel bone.
• Sluggishness in your leg.
• Mild or severe swelling.
• Stiffness that generally diminishes as the tendon warms up with use.
Treatment normally includes:
• A bandage specifically designed to restrict motion of the tendon.
• Taking nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory medication for a period of time. Note: Please consult your physician before taking any medication.
• Orthotics, which are corrective shoe inserts designed to help support the muscle and relieve stress on the tendon. Both nonprescription orthoses (such as a heel pads or over-the-counter shoe inserts) and prescribed custom orthotics may be recommended depending on the length and severity of the problem.
• Rest and switching to exercises that do not stress the tendon (such as swimming).
• Stretching and exercises to strengthen the weak muscle group in front of the leg, calf, and the upward foot flexors, as well as massage and ultrasound.
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A five-hour hearing on the now-bankrupt solar energy company Solyndra, which received half a billion dollars in government loan guarantees, quickly turned political Thursday. NBC Nightly News explains the details of the hearing.
“Energy Secretary Steven Chu, who was in charge of the program defended his agency’s handling of the situation under aggressive questioning from skeptical Republicans who allege big campaign donors had too much influence over this loan program.”
Chu is the first high-level member of the Obama administration to testify about the Solyndra loan program. But as the LA Times suggests, he refused to be cornered into an apology -- or admit to any political favors.
“Chu firmly pushed back against allegations that political favoritism and bureaucratic incompetence led his agency to approve the Solyndra loan guarantee... [He said] the company failed after demand for solar equipment slackened and panel prices plummeted from the effects of China's heavy subsidies for its own manufacturers. House Republicans assert that Chu should have seen such a fall coming.”
But as Fox Business’ Neil Cavuto explains, Chu testified the White House never contacted him about Solyndra and never raised any questions or concerns about the company -- but he did take some form of responsibility.
“Under pressure and under oath, Chu telling the House Energy and Commerce Committee that he made all the decisions involving that loan that crashed and burned into the now famous solar panel company. Further, Chu saying he knew nothing of these reported early warning signs raised as far back as 2009 that Solyndra might have serious financial problems.”
Despite Chu’s insistence politics wasn’t involved in the loan guarantees and that the Department of Energy knew nothing about Solyndra’s financial situation, the Wall Street Journal argues timing of a round of layoffs paints a completely different picture.
“Solyndra LLC postponed a layoff announcement until the day after the 2010 midterm elections following a push by the Department of Energy for a delay... In October 2010, Solyndra was struggling financially and in talks with the Energy Department about restructuring its loan. Solyndra's chief executive, Brian Harrison, informed the Energy Department that he wanted to announce some layoffs internally...”
But deciding who knew what and when isn’t the end of the battle. As CBS explains, another of Republicans’ biggest problems with Solyndra’s loan restructuring is taxpayers were second in line to private investors to get their money back after the company went under.
“Republicans pointed to an internal e-mail from last February. A Treasury Department official advised Energy that only the justice department could sign off on a deal to make taxpayers subordinate to private investors. But Chu said he didn’t need to consult Justice because his legal experts signed off.”
At this point, it’s not clear what the next step is for the House Energy and Commerce Committee. But The Hill is reporting the committee isn’t ruling out asking for potential testimonies from White House aids.
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