Whether it's A to B, or even A to Z, finding your way should be easy. Which is why we made the iCN 330 as easy to use as reciting your ABCs. When we designed the iCN 330, we didn't want a sat-nav device that only rocket scientists could use. So we made it as simple to use as possible. There are also lots of ways to plan your route, so you can be on the move quickly and easily. Once en route, the iCN 330 displays your route on a 3D moving map, in 2D or instruction-by-instruction. What's more, whenever a maneuver is coming up, the progress bar turns red. And if, despite our best efforts, you do miss a turn, the iCN 330 automatically recalculates a new route with its Back-on-Track function.
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Are you still thinking about getting vaccinated? Well, THINK AGAIN! When this woman speaks, she speaks volumes! Many thanks to www.youtube/user/InformedCitizensNews for giving me permission to post this update on Baxter Labs. Apparently they've been quite busy since their so-called "accident" where they sent live H5N1 and H3N2 viruses (avian flu mixed with human flu) to 18 countries as a "vaccine" to prevent those diseases. The avian flu has so far proven to be hard to catch, but the H3N2 is very contagious. So what do you think might happen if you got both of them LIVE in a vaccine? Isn't capitalism just grand when you can create your own market for a product by getting everyone sick and then telling them you have the cure?
Juan Ramirez, Tech Talk News Reporter for InsideCollegeNews**** reports on Grantham University's new mobile website at: www.GranthamU.mobi (This report is available in Spanish.)
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