The farmer to whom the cows belonged, Mike Hosking, offered this observation to his local newspaper: "If you don't see 50 cows in the road, you're doing something (you shouldn't be doing)."While the police said that witnesses saw Cowit texting, she apparently insisted she was merely looking down at her phone to check an incoming call. I am guessing that this must have been a lengthy look. After all, it dragged her away from the fact that there were 50 cows in the middle of the road. In total, Cowit struck six or seven cows (depending which report you believe). Three were seriously hurt and have been operated on. One reportedly flew 5 feet into the air. Her Jeep Liberty was something of a wreck.
NBC New York reported that Cowit has been charged with reckless endangerment, criminal mischief, reckless driving, driving while using a cell phone, and failure to exercise due care, Her cowabunga moment might serve as a reminder that you never know what you might find in the middle of the road, and looking at your cell phone simply isn't worth taking the risk, Especially if your name is Sheepit, Giraffeit, or Horseit, Some things you cannot make up, In New York, a 21-year-old named Daisy Cowit is busy on her phone crystal case for apple iphone xs - clear and, according to police, drives her Jeep into a herd of cows..
Finally, Google has beefed up the overall app. The search page is more streamlined. You can use gestures to zoom in or remove panels. And you only need to sign in once to use all other Google apps. Google Search is compatible with the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch and requires iOS 6.0 or later. Google has tweaked its iOS search app, adding features already in use by Android users. Google Search for iOS finally seems to have caught up with its Android counterpart. Released Tuesday, version 3.1 of Google Search for iOS updates Google Now, which provides notifications, reminders, and other personalized taps on the shoulder.
Both BT and TalkTalk give away online-connected YouView set-top TV boxes with their broadband deals, The new TalkTalk Essentials deal comes with the second generation of YouView box, worth £149 instead of the larger crystal case for apple iphone xs - clear original box's hefty £300 price tag -- the new box is smaller and cheaper because it doesn't have any space to record stuff, You can pause and rewind live TV, but not record, For that you need the original box, which comes with the more expensive Plus TV package, The Essentials TV package includes YouView TV, unlimited broadband, and evening and weekend calls, for £7.50 a month -- plus that pesky line rental, of course, taking the cost to £22.90..
TalkTalk reckons the deal is Britain's lowest price for TV, broadband and calls in one, and claims savings of up to £190 over 18 months from BT's equivalent package. YouView is a set-top box on steroids, hooked up to the Internet so online TV channels and catch-up services are neatly included alongside your regular channels. To watch shows you missed, simply scroll back in time through the TV listings and watch shows from BBC iPlayer, ITV Player, 4oD and Demand 5 all right there on your telly. It's like a TARDIS for your telly, except without the going forwards part -- otherwise you could watch the Doctor Who 50th anniversary episode before anyone else.