By Brian Chasnoff Updated 11:25 am CST, Thursday, January 3, 2019 Date of mugshot: 05/17/18 Charge: Continuous Violence Against Family On May 10, 2018, James Preston Green was charged with continuous violence against family. He was arrested on May 17. The case was dismissed pending "further investigation." Booking photo of James Preston Green, aka James Green. Green has been arrested on charges ranging from five DWI incidents to two family violence cases. less Date of mugshot: 05/17/18 Charge: Continuous Violence Against Family On May 10, 2018, James Preston Green was charged with continuous violence against family. He was arrested on May 17. The case was dismissed ... more Image 1 of / 59 Caption Close Image 1 of 59 Date of mugshot: 05/17/18 Charge: Continuous Violence Against Family On May 10, 2018, James Preston Green was charged with continuous violence against family. He was arrested on May 17. … [Read more...] about Serial DWI offender James Preston Green gets 6 years
Green data centre market is gaining immense popularity lately with the rise in concerns about the increasing energy costs impacting operational and economic efficiency. Most companies are presently implementing strategies to improve cooling and power infrastructure which is one of the vital factors influencing organisational performance, reliability, and serviceability. The shifting trends toward the deployment of green data centres for storing, managing, and distributing information have helped many software companies reduce energy consumption as well as the total energy cost. In fact, energy conscious companies are heavily investing in development of these centres for regaining cooling and power capacities, thereby providing impetus to green data centre industry share.Statistics depict, data centre electricity consumption in U.S. would record nearly 140 billion kilowatt-hours per year by 2020 that is equivalent to 50 power plants’ annual output. In fact, this would emit around … [Read more...] about Green data centre industry is moving fast, here is what you need to know
Image credit: CadillacWhen you have an open road of 130,000 miles at your disposal, it’s easy to feel like you’re just cracking the surface of a new technology. That’s what happened recently after testing a 2018 Cadillac CT6 sedan for a week, driving along a highway during a morning commute and then all the way across an entire state for about three hours, all without using the steering wheel.Cadillac first announced Super Cruise several years ago, and it was a shot across the bow for competitors like Tesla, Mercedes-Benz and Audi – companies that are all working on similar tech. Tesla made the most progress until a fatal accident in 2016. Before then, it was possible to drive for long periods of time without touching the steering wheel. An update now forces drivers to hand-check to make sure they are paying attention. (Tesla owners have figured out though that they can wedge an orange or a water bottle in the steering wheel to trick the system.)With Super … [Read more...] about Testing Cadillac Super Cruise: is this the future of hands-free driving?
APJose Juarez/Detroit News One problem with self-driving cars is people.The Los Angeles Times reports that of six crash reports filed in California so far this year, two involved a person attacking a robot car.Both incidents happened in San Francisco, according to Department of Motor Vehicles records.On Jan. 2, a vehicle operated by General Motors' Cruise driverless car division was waiting at a green light for pedestrians to cross when a shouting man ran across the street against the do-not-walk signal and struck its bumper and hatch, damaging a taillight. Advertisement - Continue Reading Below The car was in autonomous mode but a driver was behind the wheel.On Jan. 28, another GM autonomous vehicle with a human driving had stopped behind a taxi when the taxi driver got out and slapped the front passenger-side window. … [Read more...] about Some Self-Driving Car ‘Accidents’ Are Just Angry People Beating Up on Driverless Cars
Best green web hosting1. DreamHost2. iPage3. A2 Hosting4. HostPapa5. GreenGeeksRead on for our detailed analysis of each hostChoosing a web host typically involves weighing up many factors, such as price, features, support, reputation and more. The environmental impact of a web host probably won't rank high on most people's priority lists, if they think about it at all – but that could be a mistake.Web hosting is very energy-intensive. Data centers may have tens of thousands of high-powered computers, most of these with permanently high CPU and drive usage, generating so much heat that the provider will usually need a massive cooling system to keep temperatures manageable.The math can be surprising. Web Neutral Project founder Jack Amend calculates that powering the average website produces 4,500 pounds of CO2 a year, equivalent to driving the average new car for more than 10,000 miles. We're not quite sure what ‘average’ means in that context, but whatever the … [Read more...] about The best green web hosting of 2018