WATCH: See why the Skoda Yeti is car of the month at DMG Motors

first_imgDMG Motors of Donegal are continuing their sensational ‘Get your Car for Free’ competition with some incredible offers on used cars.From May 2019 to May 2020, all used car buyers at DMG Motors will be entered into a draw to win the price of their vehicle back for free.There is no shortage of quality used car options at the DMG Motors showroom outside Donegal Town either. The August Car of the Month is an impressive Skoda Yeti Outdoor 2016.www.dmgmotors.ieThis is a spacious SUV crossover with fantastic features, such as 17-inch alloy wheels, a multi-function steering wheel, Bluetooth, automatic lights and wipers, reversing sensors. The roomy interiors and boot space make it an excellent family car and it is a great on and off-road drive.The key details:Mileage: 32,932 miles / 52,997 kmEngine Size: 2.0Fuel Type: DieselOne previous ownerHere, Will Patterson gives a quick introduction to this practical and roomy Skoda Yeti: If this sounds like your dream car, why not visit DMG Motors to take it for a test drive? Call (074) 972 1396 to book now.www.dmgmotors.iewww.dmgmotors.iewww.dmgmotors.ieGet your car for free @ DMGAnd the extra bonus is you could be in with a chance of winning the price back!The Get your car for free @ DMG giveaway means each customer who buys a used car at DMG will receive a unique number on delivery which will be placed in the draw.The winner will be drawn independently on Friday 1st May 2020.In the video below, Finn Harps legend Kevin McHugh explains how winning could be as easy as 1-2-3! Visit the Facebook offer page here to tag your friends: https://www.facebook.com/pg/DMG-Motors-221791084500477/offers/Browse the current stock now at: www.dmgmotors.ieWATCH: See why the Skoda Yeti is car of the month at DMG Motors was last modified: August 8th, 2019 by Staff WriterShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:carsDMG MOTORSdmg motors car of the monthDonegal TownSkodaused carsyetilast_img read more

Cattle on Feed Preview

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest By Rick KmentDTN Livestock AnalystOMAHA (DTN) — Little significant change is expected in the Cattle on Feed report Friday with current estimates pegging total animals on feed at 99.7% of year-ago levels. The expected 4% reduction in cattle placements through February will likely be the main focus of the report and pre-report adjustments. These numbers appear to have already been partially factored into the market given the strong market shifts over the last two weeks.USDAPre-report EstimatesActualAvgLowHighOn feed March 199.799.0100.6On feed February 1Placed on feed during February96.092.2101.5Fed cattle marketed during February100.899.7101.3Rick Kment can be reached at [email protected](KM/CZ)© Copyright 2019 DTN/The Progressive Farmer. All rights reserved.last_img read more

Fitbit hit with lawsuit over haptic feedback patents

first_imgInternet of Things Makes it Easier to Steal You… David Curry How Myia Health’s Partnership with Mercy Virtua… Tags:#Fitbit#haptic#Immersion#patent#wearable Follow the Puckcenter_img Related Posts Fitbit has been hit with a lawsuit from Immersion, a developer of haptic feedback technology, claiming that the Alta HR and Charge 2 maker has infringed on its patents.Immersion asks for Fitbit to cease manufacturing of all infringing devices, which, we suspect, includes all fitness trackers currently on the market. Fitbit makes use of haptic feedback for notifications, breathing exercises, and touch control, found on all trackers.See Also: Apple drives wearables to $6 billion in first quarter sales“We are disappointed that Fitbit rejected our numerous attempts to negotiate a reasonable license for Fitbit’s products, but it is imperative that we protect our intellectual property both within the U.S. and through the distribution chain in China,” said Immersion CEO, Victor Viegas.It should be noted it is not the first time Immersion has taken a large tech company to court over haptic feedback technology. In 2016, it took Apple to court over its 3D Touch technology; some media outlets have labelled Immersion a patent troll.It has taken Motorola and Sony to court as well, over similar alleged infringements.Fitbit has been struggling to maintain its dominance in the wearable market, slipping to third in sales to Apple and Xiaomi in the first quarter of 2017. There have been rumors that the company is struggling to build a smartwatch to compete with the Apple Watch, and may be looking at the health industry as a possible route to increase profits. Why IoT Apps are Eating Device Interfaceslast_img read more