HTC Sensation 4G launching on TMobile in June

first_imgRumors are swirling that Apple won’t launch the iPhone 5 until September this year, which gives Google some time to figure out how the heck they’re going to pull the two strands of Android back together, now that their mobile operating system has split into tablet and smartphone specific flavors. In the meantime, device manufacturers looking to upgrade their flagship phones need to stick with Gingerbread, and that’s just what HTC has done with their new flagship, the Sensation.Running Android 2.3.3 Gingerbread and driven by a dual-core Qualcomm MSM 8260 1.2GHz processor, the Sensation boasts a 4.3-inch SLCD touchscreen packing a 960 x 540 resolution: not quite Retina, but still vibrant and attractive. Connectivity is HSPA/WCDMA for cellular, 802.11b/g/n for WiFi and 3.0 for Bluetooth, while other specs include an 8 megapixel camera capable of 1080p video recording with stereo sound and HDMI out through the microUSB port with an adapter.AdChoices广告Design-wise, the Sensation is attractive, if unimpressive. Measuring in at just 11.33mm thick and weighing just 148 grams, the Sensation boasts a unibody aluminum design, as well as screen durability afforded by the always trustworthy Gorilla Glass. Other odds and ends include GPS/AGPS, a dual-LED flash on the back and the usual gyro, G-sensor, digital compass, proximity sensor and ambient light sensor.HTC’s been loading its smartphones with HTC Watch, the company’s movie and TV show rental system, and the Sensation is no exception. It’ll ship with over 600 titles available at launch: trailers of these films will be watchable over 3G, while the full movie will have to be streamed from WiFi. Once purchased, these films are stored in a cloud locker, which can be accessed from up to five HTC devices… but, lamely, not a PC.HTC’s also overhauled their Sense UI to take into account some of the lessons they learned building the HTC Flyer.The Sensation will be sold through T-Mobile USA as a 4G phone sometime in May or June. Pricing remains unannounced.More at SlashGearlast_img read more

Open House Marks Opening of New Deschutes County Health Services Location in

first_img 0 on October 23, 2014 By CBN Share. Deschutes County Health Services in Redmond, Oregon Tumblr Email Open House Marks Opening of New Deschutes County Health Services Location in Redmond, Oregon Pinterest Twitter Deschutes County’s North County Health Services Building in Redmond will host a public open house on Tuesday, October 28 to mark the opening of its new, larger location at 406 W Antler Ave. in Redmond. The open house event will take place on site from 4-6pm and include a building tours, staff introductions, food, entertainment and raffle prizes.The Redmond Chamber of Commerce will be on hand for the official ribbon-cutting ceremony at 4:30pm. And according to Kevin Shaw, supervisor of North County Health Services, “graduates” from the Redmond site’s treatment program will also attend to speak about how the services offered affected their lives.“One in five people experience mental health issues,” Shaw said. “That would be more than 5,000 people in Redmond alone. To accommodate that population, we’ve increased our services by moving into a larger building.”Prior to the move, the county’s Redmond-based behavioral health department worked from a roughly 1,000-square-foot facility on SW Canal Boulevard in Redmond. The new facility just north of downtown Redmond – formerly the home of Tax Minimizers – is a 6,500-square-foot building.According to Shaw, the new facility features a great room, three conference rooms and approximately 15 offices on two levels. Following the move, the facility’s staff increased from three to 11 full-time employees.“Also what’s new is in the past, we didn’t serve children and families. We only served adults on OHP (Oregon Health Plan),” Shaw said. “Now, we have full services for children and families as well as adults.”At the North County Health Services building, two new services will be available for Deschutes County residents of all ages: the DEAM Program, a 12-week program that provides treatment to a team of individuals; and Dual Diagnosis for Adolescence, a program to help adolescents with topics relevant to their current environment while also helping them cope with mental health and addiction.North County Health Services staff members began transitioning into the new location in late May of this year.About Deschutes County Behavioral HealthBehavioral Health helps Deschutes County residents – those under Oregon Health Plan as well as those who are uninsured – who are facing serious mental health and addiction issues. Staff and contracted agencies also help with people with developmental disabilities and their families. The department also coordinates services for Deschutes County residents in care at the State Hospital or served through other agencies or facilities. These services assist people in need, alleviate community problems, promote client health and prevent more costly care and intervention. For more information, visit E-Headlines Facebook LinkedIn Google+last_img read more