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Apple iPad mini Rival Samsung Launches Tablet Galaxy Note 510

The Galaxy Note 510 tablet has launched in the Indiana market to take on the likes of Apple iPad mini and Google Nexus 7.

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Bataan ends longest Navy deployment in 40 years

7, 2012. for more than 270 consecutive days. Every crew member deployed with the ship for that period will receive a piece of the pennant upon their return. 7, 2012. for more than 270 consecutive days. Every crew member deployed with the ship for that period will receive a piece of the pennant upon their return.

He knows it isn't many, but asked to put an exact figure on it, he hesitated.

"What do you mean by 'day off?' " he asked, an indication of their rarity for deployed sailors in his profession.

A petty officer second class who enlisted in the Navy five years ago, White is a machinist's mate with the Bataan's engineering department. He's in the auxiliary division, which means it's his job to keep countless things on board functioning refrigerators, ice machines, steam kettles, air conditioners, water heaters, food conveyors, electricity generators, washers and dryers. ship tour in nearly 40 years it was even bigger.

The Bataan was originally set to deploy this past summer, along with the locally based amphibious ships Mesa Verde and Whidbey Island. Instead, they left nearly four months early to help respond to the crisis in Libya. They did it on 14 louboutin replica days' notice, and among the consequences of such a rushed departure was little time to finish routine maintenance.

"These sailors had to do a lot just to keep the ship running for this extended period," said the Bataan's commanding officer, Capt. Erik Ross. "The epic length of this deployment called for a lot of ingenuity and hard work, on everyone's part."

For White, a 23 replica christian louboutin year old replica louboutin Georgia native who is married with two little boys, this latest cruise was spent in much the same way as his previous three aboard the Bataan: working 12 to 18 hour days, sometimes under hot, dirty conditions, often with little sleep or time off. After clearing trouble calls hot water outages, downed freezers he usually passed the rest of his 12 hour shift with preventive maintenance. Many days, that was followed by a five hour stint standing watch, which involves monitoring pressure and temperature gauges on generators and making precise adjustments to keep them running.

Throw a complicated trouble call into the mix late in the day, and White could easily find himself going longer than 30 hours without sleep, which he said happened routinely. He'd been working since 7. Even so, he and a few shipmates spent the next 10 hours working to fix the problem taking apart the unit, which uses sea water as a coolant, and then cleaning out the crabs, shells and sand that had clogged it before putting it all back together.

By the time they finished, it was time for White to report for his next shift. Because it was slow at that point, his supervisor told him to take a three hour break to sleep before starting again.

"In any other workplace, if someone asked you to work a 24 hour day, you'd probably hear a lot of complaining, especially if you were asked to do it for 10 months straight," said Ensign Melissa Prater, a recently commissioned division officer in the Bataan's engineering department. "But that's just not how it's been. I've never seen a group of people work this hard."

Speaking about the entire crew, Ross, the commanding officer, made a similar christian louboutin shoes replica observation, saying he would have expected a deployment of this length and difficulty to take a harder toll on the crew's morale. "Yeah, there were some tough days, especially in the middle," he said on the eve of the ship's homecoming. "But overall, these sailors handled themselves exceptionally well."

Besides not seeing his family, White said the hardest part about the extended deployment was how routine his days on board roughly 320 of them began to feel. Except attending church services on Sundays and calling home once a week or so, he says he rarely did anything other than work, sleep, eat and go to the gym.

"I just tried not to think about it," he said. "That's really all you can do. No one wants to hear you complaining, and you know everybody's going through the same thing, so you just deal with it."

Unlike most of his shipmates, though, White could have opted to leave the deployment and go home to Newport News in June, when his assignment aboard the Bataan expired. He instead chose to stay, deciding it might improve his chances for promotion.

And last month, he re enlisted for six more years. Despite the sacrifices, he said he enjoys what he's chosen as his career. "You hate it when something breaks, but at the same time, you love to fix it. You take pride in it."

He spent the last few hours of the deployment like he did so many others, standing careful watch over a steam turbine generator.

As the Bataan prepared to pull into port a delicate maneuver the skipper ordered all five of the generators to be running, just in case any of them should go down. White got the call, then set to work bringing up his machine as most of his shipmates packed their belongings and changed into dress uniforms to line the edge of the flight deck for their arrival.

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Azarenka is healthy and hungry again

LOS ANGELES It was almost 2015, and Victoria Azarenka was parked in her sleek SUV on a Beverly Wholesale Snapbacks Hats Hills street with the rain drumming on the windshield as she spoke about how it felt to no longer be above the rest, to be ranked No. 31 instead of No. 1.

"It's just a number," she said slowly and quietly. "If I thought that, hey, No. 31 is how I feel and this is me, there would be a problem. But that's not it. I know what I'm capable of. And I don't need to say it. I just need to do what I want to do."

What Azarenka wants to do is return to tennis' ruling class, in which she was firmly entrenched in 2012 and 2013, winning consecutive Australian Opens. She scrapped and shrieked to the top of the pyramid, and she demonstrated the rare ability to walk on court against Serena Williams with her chin up and her shoulders back, clearly believing that she could prevail. Open final in 2013, Williams' coach, Patrick Mouratoglou, said, "Serena and Victoria Azarenka, they are above the rest."

But Azarenka, 25, also wants to return to the circuit with a more frank and true to herself attitude after a season foiled by injuries and the painful end of her romance with the singer Stefan Gordy, better known as Redfoo.

"I did get my heart broken; I really did," she said. "I'm over it, but it was broken. And I'm not afraid to admit that it was, but it's life."

She said she cried a lot last year, but she sounded as if she has gleaned a lot on her way to a brighter place: making new connections and deepening others, spending Thanksgiving in November with the big wave surfer Laird Hamilton, his wife, Gabrielle Reece, and their daughters on the Hawaiian island of Kauai.

Azarenka played only 24 matches chi hair straighteners in 2014 primarily because of foot and knee injuries, missing most of the first six months of the season. She reached just one final and ended her season after losing in the second round in Tokyo in September.

If she does not have another good run at her season opening tournament this week in Brisbane, Australia, where she reached the final last year, she risks not being seeded at the Australian Open. But as her latest unwanted break from the game comes to an end after 3 1/2 months, her coach, Sam Sumyk, says she is finally free of pain.

"I think her motivation is pretty good, but I don't want to get too excited or say too much," Sumyk said. "Because at the same time last year, I thought 2014 would be a great year for her. All the lights were green. And Wholesale Snapbacks look what happened."

What happened in the first month of the season was a painful inflammation in her left foot. Sumyk said she later developed plantar fasciitis in the same foot, followed by tendinitis and a knee problem.

"I pushed, and I pushed last year, which was not smart," Azarenka said. "Because it was rushed decisions and part of it was I didn't trust my own intuition sometimes."

Azarenka was often prepared to second guess herself during a several hour interview conducted in her car, at a raw chi hair straightener food restaurant she chose in West Hollywood, and in the downtown studio of James Haunt, a pop artist she met via Instagram who is working on her portrait. But on balance her mood was much more upbeat than regretful. She was open, curious, occasionally profane and often reflective, picking her words carefully and proving much more willing to linger over sensitive topics than in previous encounters.

"I think the toughest part is to admit that you weren't OK," she said of 2014. "Somebody asked me at one stage, 'Are you depressed?' And I said: 'Are you kidding me? I'm not depressed.' But you know what? I was. I was, but I just didn't realize it, because all these things happen, and you just don't know how to deal with emotions."

Reeling and searching for an outlet, she started to paint last May and began to cry in one of her first sessions. She said she put down the brush and smeared paint on the canvas with her hands.

"Just doing weird stuff; I didn't know what I was doing," Azarenka said. "I was upset, and I was lazy, and I just wiped my hands on my shirt, just everything on my shirt, on my pants. And I woke up the next day and had a meeting in this restaurant with Nike people, and I didn't feel like dressing up. I just put on that shirt and those pants, and I come into the restaurant. And the Nike people, they're like: 'Oh, my God, that's a cool shirt. Where did you buy it?'"

Azarenka was born in July 1989 in Minsk, Belarus, shortly before it declared its independence from the Soviet Union. From a close family of modest means she said eight people shared a small apartment she left home in her early teens to train briefly in Spain and then extensively in the United States, where she lived in Arizona with the Russian hockey star Nikolai Khabibulin and his family.

It has taken Azarenka time to embrace the open approach to communication that often prevails in the West.

"I had to learn all this stuff, because it doesn't come naturally," Azarenka said. "With somebody from a pretty closed country, you don't get it. You don't get that you need to speak out and how to express your feelings."

Her parents and extended family remain in Belarus, where they are building a new house bought with her winnings. Azarenka remains a resident of Monaco but is finishing work on a residence in Manhattan Beach, California, an affluent Los Angeles suburb where her coach, Sumyk, and her agent, Meilen Tu, who are married, live a Frisbee's throw from the ocean, and where Maria Sharapova has long had a home.

Sumyk, a 46 year old Frenchman from coastal Brittany, loves the ocean, works out regularly with Hamilton up the coast in Malibu and likes to mine nontennis influences to enrich his coaching. He has consulted Maurice Greene, the former Olympic sprint champion, and Olivier de Kersauson, a leading French sailor. Sumyk introduced Azarenka to Hamilton, whom she calls "one of the most fascinating people I've ever met."

Azarenka described Sumyk as her life teacher, not just her coach, and she is adamant that there is too big a gap between her image and reality.

Public perception of Azarenka has been shaped by a number of factors. Among them: her relentless shrieking during rallies, her combative and once much more tempestuous demeanor on court, and her occasional prickliness and defensiveness in interviews.

"Deep down inside, I know I'm a very good person," she said. "I'm a sensitive person. I have a kind heart, you know, but I'm a fighter on the court and a competitor in life, so just to understand that and accept that can sometimes be really difficult."

Sumyk said, "We could play cards right now, and she just wants to kill you."

He turned to Tu and added, "Both of you are going to make lasagna, and she's going to want to make the better lasagna than you."

Azarenka attributed this in part to genetics and in part to conditioning, pointing to her early tennis days in Minsk.

"I started with 40 kids in the hall where you are just hitting against the wall, and if you miss the ball you wait for five minutes to hit another one, so you better make it," she said. "My first year I didn't even see the tennis court. My second year, we were on the court three times a week with 25 kids for one hour. That's all. The rest is me going and hitting against the wall and imagining myself playing on the big arenas.

"When I see these kids 6 years old with a private coach and at 7 they have a fitness coach, I'm like, 'Aw, come on.' At 12, it's for sure they will lose all the interest in tennis because they do not interact with other kids."

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