Crazy Naked Guy Gets Arrested in Okemos, Michigan (Original Video)

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Naked Guy in Okemos, Michigan is arrested and it takes almost 3 – 4 cops to get the handcuffs on this dude. At 1:30 you can hear the female cop shouting as the dude is biting her. The guy also tries to bite one of the male cops in the beginning of the video.

Sorry for the quality :-/

Video Recorded by: Bridget Kassab (http://www.facebook.com/bridget.taylorkassab)

Edit: YouTube has decided to take my original video down due to inappropriate content. I have filed a claim so I am posting the original video here.

Edit2: YouTube has voted in my favor and put the video back up! It is age-restricted now.


iOS 7 now on 74 percent of devices, up 10 percent from October

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Nearly three quarters of all iOS users are running the latest major version of Apple’s operating system, less than three months after its debut. A newly updated chart tracking App Store users through the end of last week clocks iOS 7 in at 74 percent of devices, which is up 10 percent from what the company reported in October. One thing that’s helped: Apple put out new iPhones in September and new iPads in October, both of which ship with iOS 7. The operating system also saw the fastest adoption of any major Apple software release.

We still don’t quite know how many new iPhones and iPads Apple’s sold since iOS 7 arrived in September (the company reports its current quarter next month). The picture’s a little clearer on the iPhone side, with Apple reporting sales of 9 million new handsets in the first weekend both the 5C and 5S were on sale, something that likely bolstered iOS 7’s share.

iOS 6 continues to survive on about 22 percent of iOS devices, while even earlier versions make up just four percent. None of these numbers break down the more minor releases that come between major iOS versions, or what’s iPhones versus iPads and iPods. Apple likes to tout these metrics to pitch developers on integrating new iOS APIs and software features to their apps and games, something that can also break compatibility for users on older versions of the operating system.

The next notable update to iOS is 7.1, which is currently undergoing testing by developers. The update makes some slight adjustments to the built-in software keyboard, adds a new auto mode for toggling high dynamic range photos, and makes various other tweaks. It’s unclear when exactly that’s headed to users; developers have had it in their hands for the past few weeks.

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Google’s new Nexus 7 tablet leaks again in press shots

Tech News |  Comments Off |  July 21st, 2013 by:


Days after photos and video surfaced of what appears to be an updated Nexus 7 tablet from Google, the @evleaks Twitter account has provided press images to corroborate the claims. The pictures show the new rear-facing camera, notification light, and dual speakers, as well as the horizontally orientated “Nexus” wordmark and the logo of manufacturer Asus.

The tablet could be announced as soon as this week; Google is holding an event with Android and Chrome chief Sundar Pichai on Wednesday. The company tends to launch new versions of Android alongside new hardware, so it’s more than possible that the Nexus 7 update could mark our first official look at Android 4.3 as well.

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Verizon becomes potential launch partner for Ubuntu phone

Tech News |  Comments Off |  July 11th, 2013 by:


Ubuntu is slowly making its way toward consumers’ smartphones, and it looks like Verizon has taken an interest. The telecom giant has become a member of the Ubuntu Carrier Advisory Group, a number of companies partnering with the open-source operating system’s developer, Canonical, to give feedback on the software. Members are also given the chance to be one of Ubuntu’s mobile launch partners — though that doesn’t mean that Verizon will necessarily be one when the platform launches next year.

Verizon isn’t the only big name partner on board to help out Canonical: T-Mobile’s parent, Deutsche Telekom, is among the group, as is China Unicom and seven others. However, Ubuntu itself still has a little ways to go. The operating system finally landed in developers’ hands back in February, but our early looks at it weren’t as thrilling as Canonical might have hoped. Canonical is still aiming to reach consumers early next year, and it at least looks like the developer will have some carriers to speak with about supporting its new OS.

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Microsoft is cutting the price of its Surface RT tablets, base model to cost $349

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Microsoft is planning to cut the price of its Surface RT tablets. Sources familiar with Microsoft’s Surface plans have revealed to The Verge that the price cut could occur as early as next week, with each model being cut by $150. Microsoft’s move to cut prices on its Surface RT tablets follow slow sales, and efforts to sell the devices elsewhere at lower rates. The software maker recently launched an education program to sell the Surface RT to schools at $199, and it has been clearing stock of its devices at its Tech-Ed and Worldwide Partner conferences recently.

The price cut will come just days after the company hinted at replacement Surface RT and Surface Pro models during its Worldwide Partner Conference on Wednesday. Microsoft is expected to refresh its Surface Pro with a Haswell processor, and the company has been testing Surface devices with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 800 processor. We’re told that Microsoft is also planning to reveal new accessories for its Surface devices, including a battery-equipped keyboard cover that it has hinted at previously. The new Surface RT prices are detailed below.

  • Surface RT 32GB – $349.99
  • Surface RT 64GB – $449.99
  • Surface RT 32GB with Touch Cover – $449.99
  • Surface RT 64GB with Touch Cover – $549.99

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