Honda recalling some Ridgeline pickups for fuel pump problem

American Honda will voluntarily recall 106,683 model-year 2017-2019 Honda Ridgeline pickups in the United States to inspect and, if needed, replace the fuel pump, for free. In addition, a free fuel pump cover will be installed on all affected vehicles. Honda says car wash detergents containing sulfuric acid could drain from the truck bed and seep into the fuel pump’s fuel feed port. If not fully rinsed off, sulfuric acid seepage can crack the fuel feed port, resulting in a pressurized fuel leak. Fuel leakage in the presence of an ignition source increases the risk of a fire. Honda has received no reports of fires, crashes or injuries related to this condition. Honda is announcing this recall to encourage each owner of an affected vehicle to take it to an authorized dealer as soon as they receive notification of the recall from Honda. Mailed notification to owners will begin in early March 2019. Owners of these models can also determine if their specific vehicles are included in the recall by clicking here or by calling (888) 234-2138. Acid Light Yellow G Viewers with disabilities can get assistance accessing this station’s FCC Public Inspection File by contacting the stat...

Amazon Prime Day is upon us. And this year it’s going to be massive. As in

Amazon Prime Day is upon us. And this year it’s going to be massive. As in bigger than Black Friday. Why? The 36-hour sale, which begins on Monday, July 16 will feature deals on more than one million products across all categories. That’s a lot of savings to sift through. So, when the deals roll around you’ll want to be ready to strike. This, of course, requires planning. In an effort to prepare you for the big day, here’s everything you need to know about Amazon Prime Day — and all the best deals. Here’s a sampling of the best deals from 2018. Get ready to save big this year. And by big, we mean huge. Diono Radian RXT All-In-One Convertible Car Seat: Diono’s highly-touted RXT convertible car seat holds kids up to 65 pounds, converts to a booster, and even features a unique fold-flat design for easy traveling. Regularly $360, they’re knocking $80 off for Prime Day. Joovy Foodoo High Chair: Marked down 21 percent to $158, the Foodoo from Joovy boasts eight adjustable positions (including five that recline) and an easy-to-clean leatherette seat. Munchkin White Hot Inflatable Duck Tub: With almost 2,000 reviews and a near 5-star rating, Munchkin’s padded infant duck bath is popular...

CommScope Holding Company, Inc. with ticker code (COMM) now have 13 analysts in total covering the

CommScope Holding Company, Inc. with ticker code (COMM) now have 13 analysts in total covering the stock. The consensus rating is ‘Buy’. The target price ranges between 37 and 20 with a mean TP of 26.88. Now with the previous closing price of 15.61 this would imply there is a potential upside of 72.2%. The 50 day moving average now sits at 18.32 and the 200 day MA is 20.37. The company has a market capitalisation of $3,139m. Company Website: http://www.commscope.com CommScope Holding Company, Inc. provides infrastructure solutions for communications networks worldwide. The company’s CommScope Connectivity Solutions segment offers optical fiber and twisted pair structured cable solutions, intelligent infrastructure management hardware and software, and network rack and cabinet enclosures under the SYSTIMAX, NETCONNECT, and Uniprise brands; and fiber management systems, patch cords and panels, pre-terminated fiber connectivity products, cabling systems, and cable assemblies for use in offices and data centers. It also provides fiber optic connectivity solutions, including hardened connector systems, fiber distribution hubs and management systems, couplers and splitters, plug and p...

We’ve compared the high-end OnePlus 7 Pro’s camera with a few other devices (with mixed results)

We’ve compared the high-end OnePlus 7 Pro’s camera with a few other devices (with mixed results) already, but what about the regular OnePlus 7? The non-Pro model only has dual cameras, meanwhile, the similarly mid-range Honor 20 has a whopping four. Do more cameras mean better results? As mentioned, the Honor 20 has four cameras: 48MP, 16MP wide, 2MP macro, and 2MP depth. The OnePlus 7 has a 48MP and 16MP camera. TK Bay from XDA TV put the two devices head-to-head in a camera comparison video. He talks about how the OnePlus 7 camera continues to improve with each software update, but the Honor 20 is still a step above it. Four cameras just offer more flexibility than what you can get with two cameras. You can find a few camera samples underneath to get a quick glimpse of what these cameras can do, but you should check out TK’s full video to see the full breakdown. Want more posts like this delivered to your inbox? Enter your email to be subscribed to our newsletter. XDA Developers was founded by developers, for developers. It is now a valuable resource for people who want to make the most of their mobile devices, from customizing the look and feel to adding new functionality.Are...

The Insider Picks team writes about stuff we think you’ll like. Business Insider has affiliate partnerships,

The Insider Picks team writes about stuff we think you’ll like. Business Insider has affiliate partnerships, so we get a share of the revenue from your purchase. The North Face Shinsky Beanie is the casual, warm, slouchy winter hat you’ve been waiting for. The best part? It’s reversible, so it goes with everything in your wardrobe. You might not take it off until springtime. I love beanies more than any other winter hat style. They give you that cool, casual hipster look sure, but most importantly they’re usually pretty warm. Of course there is the issue of hat hair — a lot of beanies tend to be close-fitting so that they trap heat against your scalp and actually stay on your head. But beanies are also stylish enough that you can just leave them on inside. Two birds, one stone, right? The word “beanie” is kind of one of those catch-alls that encompasses a ton of different styles, from slouchy cuts to ultra-fitted ones with a variety of embellishments and fabric variations. The sheer number of options is overwhelming. After all, when you can buy a beanie anywhere, how do you narrow it down? You could do a ton of research on the topic. Or you c...

Ranji Trophy: Shubman Gill on the verge of double ton as Punjab take control | Cricket News

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Beer News: Town In City Is Moving, Selling Its Existing Brewery

Big news this week from Town in City Brewery: The Heights producers—who have pivoted to cider over the last six months—are moving out of their facility. Justin Engle, founder of Town in City, told Houstonia he can’t reveal the new location yet, but the move is happening primarily because “we can barely fit our new tanks in our space.”   As a result, Town in City—through real estate brokerage firm NAI Partners—is selling not just the property, but also the 15-barrel brewhouse inside of it, which includes four 30-barrel fermentation tanks and two 30-barrel brite tanks. You could buy the whole thing—brewhouse and production area, taproom, outdoor seating area—for an undisclosed amount. You could buy the brewhouse itself (price undisclosed), without the property, or you could buy the 3,749-square-foot property itself, without the brewhouse ($1 million listing price). From a release, it sounds as if NAI Partners would love to see a brewer ready to make the leap and purchase the space and brewhouse. “The opportunity to purchase a turnkey brewery in and of itself is pretty unique, not to mention being located in one of Houston’s hottest neighborhoods that also happens...

Excellent 47MP full-frame sensor. 5-axis sensor stabilization. Big, sharp EVF. Good control system. Backlit control buttons.

Excellent 47MP full-frame sensor. 5-axis sensor stabilization. Big, sharp EVF. Good control system. Backlit control buttons. Protected from dust and splashes. Top information LCD. 4K video at up to 60fps. More expensive than competitors. Obnoxiously heavy. Contrast focus limits tracking speed and burst rate. Limited lens selection. The Panasonic Lumix DC-S1R delivers impeccable high-resolution images thanks to a stabilized 47MP full-frame sensor, but it’s heavier and more expensive than competing models. Panasonic’s first full-frame cameras are here. The company, long tied closely to the Micro Four Thirds format, has partnered with Sigma and Leica to build cameras around Leica’s L-mount, starting with the Lumix DC-S1R ($3,699.99, body only), a 47MP high-resolution model, and its 24MP twin sibling, the S1 ($2,499.99). The S1R delivers superb image quality and excellent, stabilized 4K video, but you pay a premium for the camera, and it’s significantly heavier than competing models. As such, we still recommend the Sony a7R III as our Editors’ Choice for photographers looking for a high-resolution mirrorless camera. The lines between SLRs and mirrorles...

3-D-printed body organs like this liver lobe, shown next to the flesh-and-blood lobe, can help physicians

3-D-printed body organs like this liver lobe, shown next to the flesh-and-blood lobe, can help physicians plan and practice surgeries such as transplants. What you see in the image above is a lobe of a liver, times two — on the right, a flesh-and-blood one, removed from a transplant donor, and on the left, one created from plastic to represent bile ducts, arteries and veins, laid down, layer by layer, by a 3-D printer. The goal of such technology: to help surgeons plan and practice complex procedures and train new surgeons with simulators that respond as a patient would. Surgeons navigate complex anatomical terrain as they manipulate scalpel and suture to cut and stitch precisely and quickly. Their job is made harder by the fact that human anatomy is far from uniform. To properly prepare, they routinely use two-dimensional images from computerized tomography (CT) scans or magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) to plan. Such models are already used to educate patients, to do general training and to plan and practice especially difficult procedures. But in the future, 3-D models, be they physical or virtual, could become routine tools for training surgeons or mapping procedures in advan...

Gov. Mills signs single-use plastic bag ban into law

A ban on single-use plastic bags is now the law in Maine. Gov. Janet Mills signed the bill into law on Monday. California and New York have also prohibited the use of plastic bags, while all of Hawaii’s counties have passed such a ban, according to the National Conference of State Legislatures. Maine’s law comes as at least 20 of its municipalities and legislatures across New England — such as Massachusetts and Vermont — have approved bans. Mills has pushed for action on climate change and plastic pollution in her first months, and recently signed Maine’s first-in-the-nation ban on single-use food and drink foam containers. Retail groups — weary of varying bans in dozens of towns across New England —have supported Maine’s bill to allow stores to charge at least 5 cents for recyclable paper or reusable plastic bags. Allowed plastic bags would have to withstand 75 repeated uses and be made from plastic of at least 4 mils (.1 millimeters) thick. The fee wouldn’t apply to restaurants and stores with relatively few food sales, or to consumers who bring their own single-use plastic bags or use governmental food benefits. Maine’s bill also has carve...

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