Ding bike light uses two beams to shine down and out

The Ding headlight features two separate beams that shine in different directions

When cycling at night, it’s important not just to be seen from the front and back but also from the sides. In order to make that happen, bicycle lighting systems typically either add dedicated side lights or they divert part of the main headlight beam. The Ding headlight, however, puts out one beam that shines forward, along with a second one that lights up the road directly to either side of the bike.

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Judge puts GM ignition lawsuits on hold

Filed under: Government/Legal, GM, Safety

The bankruptcy judge deciding whether New GM is responsible for ignition switch cases from before 2009 is putting all of the suits on hold until the US Court of Appeals decides whether to uphold his ruling.

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AL Scout On A-Rod: ‘He Just Looks Like He Doesn’t Give A Sh-t’

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Nobody could have possibly seen this coming.

Following a season-long drug suspension in which he didn’t play a single game, Alex Rodriguez has gotten off to a tremendous start in 2015. More than a quarter through the season, A-Rod has established himself as arguably the most feared hitter in the Yankees’ lineup.

The controversial slugger looks relaxed and comfortable, and has kept a low profile. He’s also swinging the bat with authority, hitting .277 with 11 home runs and 27 RBIs and posting a .372 on-base percentage.

“He has the easiest swing I’ve ever seen from him,” an American League advance scout told the New York Daily News. “He just looks like he doesn’t give a sh-t. And that’s a good thing.”

The 14-time All-Star, who will likely play in the Midsummer Classic on July 14 in Cincinnati, continues to inch up the record books.

He’s fourth all time in home runs with 665 and tied for fourth with Barry Bonds in RBIs (1,996). He’ll have a chance to pass Bonds on Friday night when the Bombers take on the A’s in Oakland.

In addition to potential bonuses for reaching milestones, the 39-year-old is earning $21 million this season and will make $20 million each of the next two seasons. His contract will expire after the 2017 season.

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Stocks, bond yields fall on Greece, U.S. data

A money changer counts U.S. dollar bills at a currency exchange office in central IstanbulBy Herbert Lash NEW YORK (Reuters) – Global equity markets and bond yields fell on Friday, weighed by data that showed the U.S. economy contracted in the first quarter and by mixed signals from Greece's debt talks. European shares retreated on data showing private loan growth in the euro zone stalled in April, while the separate report on U.S. gross domestic product also indicated after-tax corporate profits declined 8.7 percent in the first quarter. Conflicting reports that Athens was close to clinching a reforms-for-cash deal with its creditors pushed German 10-year bond yields down 4 basis points to just under 0.50 percent.


Obama administration wants lower ethanol levels

Filed under: Government/Legal, Green, Ethanol, United States

A proposal from the Obama administration would lower the 2014 Renewable Fuels Standard level to the amount actually used last year, and goes up from there.

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