Dubai Police adds Porsche 918 Spyder to its Supercars fleet

Dubai is known for its luxury shopping malls with mammoth aquariums, biggest and tallest skyscrapers, extravagance and the richest Police fleet made of the most expensive supercars on the planet. The Dubai Police fleet has already an impressive fleet of supercars which includes Lykan Hypersport, Bugatti Veyron, a Ford Mustang GT, a Ferrari FF, limited edition Aston Martin One-77, a Chevrolet Camaro SS, an Audi R8, Mercedes Benz SL63 AMG, Lamborghini Aventador and others.

Dubai Police adds Porsche 918 Spyder to its Supercars fleet

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Porsche Snow Force Driving Course – The Highlights

Almost all major manufacturers these days offer some sort of winter driving event because they indeed very popular. As for who does it better, we’d have to give Aston Martin and Lamborghini a pass and pick Porsche on account of events like Porsche Snow Force in Yakeshi, Mongolia.
http://www.motorward.com/2016/06/porsche-snow-force-driving-course-the-highlights/

Is Technology catching up with the REFs? A Football Fan’s Dilemma

And yes, as obvious as answers go! The blatant errors made in the footballing arena as far as decisions go has only aggravated over the years. Rival club fans’ heated arguments usually have this main topic of concern. Let’s just take a quick look at some of the very recent decisions that have cost clubs, dear.
http://blog.reviewmantra.com/2016/06/is-technology-catching-up-with-refs.html

Samsung Galaxy Note 6/Note 7 render shows off USB-C port and S Pen

Samsung Galaxy Note 6 is making a buzz for quite a long time now. So many rumors are going around. Some report says that the new flagship from Samsung will be named Note 7 and Note 7 Edge rather than Note 6. Even some new leaks reported that Samsung might come with a Dual Camera for these smartphones.

Samsung Galaxy Note 6/Note 7 render shows off USB-C port and S Pen

Navy Develops Futuristic DAVD HUD For Augmented Reality Underwater

U.S. Navy researchers have developed a high-tech, in-helmet display that will assist underwater personnel by using augmented reality.The device not only shows design inspiration from the world of sci-fi but is said to increase the safety and efficiency of divers in the line of duty.
http://www.techtimes.com/articles/163039/20160604/navy-develops-futuristic-davd-hud-for-augmented-reality-underwater.htm