17 09 19

first_img April 19, 2018 KUSI Newsroom Woman who led officers on South Bay pursuit wanted for grand theft, burglary and identity theft KUSI Newsroom, Posted: April 19, 2018 SAN DIEGO (KUSI) — A 49-year-old woman was taken into police custody Wednesday after leading police on a slow-speed pursuit through South Bay.Anjeneatte Crumrine was arrested in connection with a felony arrest warrant for grand theft, burglary and identity theft.Related Link: Woman leads police on a slow-speed pursuit from South Bay to Valencia ParkAround 5:51 p.m., Harbor Police detectives received information that Crumrine had been seen near the 3000 block of Sunset Lane in San Ysidro.A short time later, a Harbor Police detective in an unmarked vehicle spotted Crumrine in her vehicle, followed her and requested assistance from the San Diego Police Department.San Diego Police officers responded and attempted to stop the vehicle, but Crumrine, the sole occupant of the vehicle, failed to yield and led police officers on a slow speed pursuit through Southeast San Diego.San Diego Police units deployed spike strips, disabling the vehicle and bringing it to a stop in the 5600 block of Bonita Drive. After refusing to exit her vehicle and a short standoff, San Diego Police officers removed Crumrine from her vehicle. No injuries were reported.Harbor Police detectives arrested Crumrine for the charges connected to the outstanding felony warrant and additional charges of evading arrest, resisting and delaying officers, violation of probation, and possession of a controlled substance.Crumrine was wanted by Harbor Police for several theft cases along the San Diego Bay waterfront in March 2018 and is on probation after being arrested by Harbor Police for similar offenses dating back to August 2017.Additional charges are pending from the La Mesa Police Department. Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitterlast_img read more

10 09 19

first_img $228 at Amazon Best sound under $100 See at Walmart Read Jabra Elite 65t review Now playing: Watch this: While Klipsch’s T5 True Wireless earbuds don’t ship until mid-August, I’ve been testing an early review sample and have been impressed with the sound — it’s nicely detailed with natural-sounding mids and punchy, well-defined bass. The only caveat is you really have to jam the tips into your ear to get a tight seal and the design may not be for everyone. While the Zippo-inspired case is somewhat heavy for its relatively compact size, it’s sleek and sturdy and features USB-C charging. Battery and battery life are also a highlight: The buds themselves can run for up to 8 hours on a single charge at moderate volume levels and the case with its built-in battery provides three additional charges on the go. The T5 Wireless uses Bluetooth 5.0 and has support for both AAC and aptX.Water-resistant: Yes (IPX4 rating — splashproof)   See It Apple Apple AirPods (2019) Audiophile sound Aug 31 • Verizon vs AT&T vs T-Mobile vs Sprint: Choose the best 5G carrier Read Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless review AirPods on steroids Read Anker Soundcore Liberty Air review $179 at Best Buy Read Jaybird Vista review Sarah Tew/CNET Sarah Tew/CNET $199 at Amazon Read Apple AirPods 2019 review $250 at Amazon Most compact — and top-notch for calls Anker Soundcore Liberty Air Jabra Elite 65t CNET $229 Beats Powerbeats Pro The second-generation AirPods add a couple of small but key improvements to the original, including always-on voice recognition and a wireless charging case option. They’re also a top-notch headset for making calls, indoors and out. The base model remains at $159 (£159, AU$249)while the version with the wireless charging case lists for $199 (£199, AU$319). However, you can often find both models for slightly cheaper online.Water-resistant: No (lacks IPX certification) Read: Best over-ear headphones Crutchfield Aug 31 • iPhone 11, Apple Watch 5 and more: The final rumors If you’re someone whose ears are a good match — and fit — for the AirPods, Apple’s true wireless earphones do have some small performance advantages, particularly when it comes to making calls. But the Liberty Air earbuds sound as good, if not better, than AirPods, and I find they fit my ears better. In short, as long as you’re OK with a noise-isolating design, the Anker Liberty Airs are an excellent AirPod alternative that happens to cost half the price.The Liberty Air earbuds list for $80 but Anker seems to run regular discounts on Amazon that drop the price a bit.  Water-resistant: Yes (IPX5-rated) $60 at Amazon $229 $228 Best value Sarah Tew/CNET See it See All Sony hasn’t been much of a player in the true wireless (AirPod-style) headphone arena, but its new WF-1000XM3 model may change that. While this pair of headphones isn’t cheap at $229, it’s the best-sounding set of truly wireless earbuds at this price, matching and perhaps even exceeding the performance of pricier competitors from Sennheiser, Beats, Master & Dynamic and Bang & Olufsen. It also has a feature that those wireless earbuds don’t have: active noise cancellation to reduce ambient noise.The only drawback is the WF-1000XM3 earbuds aren’t rated as sweat- or water-resistant. That said, I’ve used them for light workouts at the gym without a problem. They use Bluetooth 5.0 with support for AAC but not aptX.Water-resistant: No (lacks IPX certification) Mentioned Above Sony WF-1000XM3 (Black) In terms of numbers, Apple’s AirPods have dominated the market for true wireless headphones the last couple of years. But with plenty of new models arriving that deliver improved performance and better sound, there are now many appealing totally wireless earbuds to choose from, with even more on the way.We’ve got lists of the best cheap true wireless earbuds and best-sounding true wireless earbuds. This list is, simply, the best true wireless earbuds. Remember that to get optimal performance earbuds tend to need to fit right and feel comfortable, with a tight seal. If you can’t get a snug fit with in-ear headphones, you’ll be sadly disappointed and think you got ripped off, which is why I suggest buying from a store with a decent return policy, such as Amazon. Note that CNET may get a share of the revenue if you buy anything featured on our site. Read more: Best cheap true wireless earphones Impressive sound Sarah Tew/CNET Strong all-around game Sarah Tew/CNET Read M&D MW07 preview Yes, the Powerbeats Pro’s jumbo charging case with its built-in battery is a notable drawback. But incorporating all the features that make Apple’s AirPods great while delivering richer sound and better battery life in a design that won’t fall out of your ear is a winning proposition. Just make sure you buy them somewhere that has a good return policy in case you’re in the small minority that has ears that aren’t quite a match for them. They use Bluetooth 5.0 with support for AAC but not aptX.Water-resistant: Yes (IPX4 rating — splashproof) See It Aug 31 • Your phone screen is gross. Here’s how to clean it Best laptops for college students: We’ve got an affordable laptop for every student. Best live TV streaming services: Ditch your cable company but keep the live channels and DVR. Best Buy New Sony WF-1000XM3 earbuds will make you never want… 1More Stylish True Wireless Tags Aug 31 • iPhone XR vs. iPhone 8 Plus: Which iPhone should you buy? Master & Dynamic MW07 True Wireless 12 Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless Sony WF-1000XM3 Sarah Tew/CNET See at Walmart Read Beats Powerbeats Pro review Read 1More Stylish True Wireless review $229 At $300 (£279, AU$499), Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless are more expensive than Apple AirPods, Jabra’s Elite 65t true wireless earbuds and the Elite Active 65t and Bose SoundSport Free wireless earbuds. But they sound superior to those models, with better bass and cleaner, more detailed audio. They also feature very good performance for making phone calls, with solid noise cancellation, and offer a generally comfortable fit, though they’re bigger than the Jabras and stick out of your ear a little more. Their only significant downside is that they gradually lose their charge in the charging case and can end up completely dead after four days or so if you don’t recharge the case.I’ve used these wireless earbuds in the gym, but they don’t fit quite securely enough in my ear for running. Battery life is rated at 4 hours, and you get two extra charges from the carrying case. These use Bluetooth 5.0 with support for AAC and aptX and a firmware update has improved their performance and slightly.Water-resistant: Yes (IPX4 rating — splashproof) Good sound, strong battery life Sarah Tew/CNET Read Klipsch T5 True Wireless review $150 at Amazon Mobile Accessories 5:17 Best noise-canceling The Master & Dynamic MW07 True Wireless earbuds may not fit everyone’s ears equally well, but they certainly have a distinct look, as well as very good sound if you can get a tight seal. These in-ear headphones are known for more of an audiophile sound profile, with smooth, well-balanced sound and well-defined bass, and the MW07 delivers that kind of sound. Available in a variety of color options from $250 to $300, these earbuds include a swanky chrome charging case that comes with a secondary pouch for safekeeping (yes, the case can get scratched up if you leave it in a bag). Battery life is rated at 3.5 hours, which is a little on the short side, and the case with its built-in USB-C chargeable battery gives you an additional three charges. These use Bluetooth 4.2 with support for AAC and aptX and have an extended range of more than 20m, according to Master & Dynamic.Water-resistant: Yes (IPX4 rating — splashproof) Adorama Sarah Tew/CNET $100 at Amazon The Elite 65t ($170, £150 or AU$300) and slightly enhanced Elite Active 65t ($190, £170 or AU$350) are our current top picks in the true wireless category because they sound better than AirPods, they offer just as good or even better performance for making phone calls and they fit a lot of ears securely.Their sound isn’t quite as rich or clean as the more expensive earphones above them on this best wireless headphones list (the bass lacks a little kick), but it’s still a very good-sounding set of true wireless earbuds, and the battery life is decent. Since they’ve been on the market awhile, they’re frequently discounted, so wait till you see a deal before buying.These use Bluetooth 4.2 (AAC but no aptX).Water-resistant: Yes (IP56 rating — can withstand heavy sprays of water) See It Review • Sony WF-1000XM3 true-wireless review: Top-notch sound with active noise cancellation Good for runners Klipsch T5 True Wireless reading • The best true wireless earbuds of 2019 Jaybird got off to a bumpy start in the world of true wireless — that’s “AirPod-style headphones” — when it released its Jaybird Run workout earbuds back in October 2017. Updated to the wireless in-ear Jaybird Run XT earlier this year, the Jaybird Run earbuds were well designed but had some small performance issues that held them back from being great. But their wireless successor model, the Jaybird Vista (cue the Windows Vista jokes), includes design, battery life and performance improvements that make it the product I’d hoped the Jaybird Run would be.At $180 (£160, AU$280), the Jaybird Vista earbuds are a little more expensive than they should be, but they’re among the better true wireless headphones to hit the market in 2019. They’ll appeal to those looking for a more discreet set of totally wireless sports earbuds that offer full waterproofing.Water-resistant: Yes (IPX7 — fully waterproof) Sarah Tew/CNET Jaybird Vista News • AirPods 2 vs. Sony WF-1000XM3: The best wireless earbuds are… • I don’t really know how stylish the 1More Stylish True Wireless earbuds are (yes, that’s their name), but they do sound good. With a list price of $100, they’re the least expensive of any of the models on this list. 1More made a name for itself with its wired earbuds, the Triple Drivers, which sound great and were a good value when wired headphones were still a thing. The same clear, balanced sound is present in 1More’s first true wireless earbuds; they don’t sound as good as the Triple Drivers, but they sound very good for true wireless.These have more of an audiophile sound profile, with more “accurate” sound, so bass lovers may be a little disappointed, but I liked them. Of course, it helped that I was able to get a tight seal with one of the included sets of ear tips. However, the stabilizer fin did nothing for me — I just jammed the tip into my ear to get a secure fit. Their battery life is rated at up 6.5 hours (expect closer to 5 if you’re listening to your music at higher volumes), with an extra 17 hours or so of battery life available from the charging case. These use Bluetooth 5.0 with support for AAC and aptX.Water-resistant: No (lacks IPX certification) Share your voice Read Sony WF-1000XM3 review Comments CNET may get a commission from retail offers. Sony WF-1000XM3 Bang & Olufsen Bose Sennheiser Sony Applelast_img read more

5 09 19

first_imgPublic sector lender Andhra Bank on Friday said that it has entered into agreements with private insurers Cigna TTK and Reliance General Insurance to provide health and general insurance services to its customers.”The tie-up with both the insurance companies will immensely benefit the customers by providing alternatives in choosing products. These partnerships will provide mutual benefit to the bank and insurance companies in tapping the potential in the market and also help in increasing the insurance coverage,” PTI quoted the bank as saying in a statement.The agreement was signed by Andhra Bank Executive Director S K Kalra, MD and CEO of Cigna TTK Health Insurance Sandeep Patel and CEO of Reliance General Insurance Rakesh Jain.Andhra Bank shares closed at Rs. 60.95 apiece, down 0.08 percent from their previous close.There are 24 life insurance companies and 29 general insurance companies in India. The biggest life insurer is state-run Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC) while public sector players in the general insurance space include National Insurance, New India Assurance, Oriental Insurance and United India Insurance Company Ltd.Insurers that have a presence in both the segments include ICICI Bank, SBI and Kotak.last_img read more

5 09 19

first_img The Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA), the UKs fertility regulator, has officially approved the use of mitochondrial replacement therapy. Clinics will now be able to apply for licences to help give birth to so-called three parent babies. Close IBTimes VideoRelated VideosMore videos Play VideoPlayMute0:00/0:00Loaded: 0%0:00Progress: 0%Stream TypeLIVE0:00?Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedSubtitlessubtitles settings, opens subtitles settings dialogsubtitles off, selectedAudio TrackFullscreenThis is a modal window.The media could not be loaded, either because the server or network failed or because the format is not supported.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window. COPY LINKAD Loading …center_img Three-parent babies now allowed in UK: The historic decision explainedlast_img read more