For moreinformation on the Ambarella product line, please visit About AptinaAptina, a subsidiary of Micron Technology, Inc., is a global provider of CMOSimaging solutions. A leading provider of 2, 3 and 5 megapixel CMOS image sensorsto the industrys most popular, mainstream and high-end mobile phonemanufacturers, Aptinas CMOS image sensors also bring high-quality picture andvideo capabilities to digital still cameras, personal media video recorders,surveillance cameras, notebook cameras, and automotive applications. Aptinacontinues to drive innovation in the market with its growing portfolio of CMOStechnologies and image sensor solutions. For additional information on Aptina,visit About MicronMicron Technology, Inc., is one of the worlds leading providers of advancedsemiconductor solutions. Micron's common stock is traded on the New YorkStock Exchange (NYSE) under the MU symbol To learn more about MicronTechnology, Inc. visit Aptina and the Aptina logo are trademarksof Aptina Imaging Corporation.
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However, when trying to recover a lost fumble, there are a lot worse things that happen at the bottom of that pile, even in a Browns/Bucs type of game.Remember in the preseason, when TJ Houshmandzadeh was supposedly bringing a "no man left behind" attitude to the Seahawks Well where was it there The offensive line can't let Dockett get there in the first place; and most certainly shouldn't let anyone (let alone a cocky Cardinal defensive lineman) give any kind of harm to your QB without immediately getting flopped back on the ground.This kind of softness needs to die along with the Holmgren era. Under Mike Holmgren, the team was built to not get stupid penalties, to throw the rock around and move the chains. You were there to do a job, not to get chippy.It needs to end. Like it or not, under Knapp we are headed towards being a four yards at a time running team that doesn't take crap from anyone. This sort of east coast idea of football has been brought to the division with Whisenhunt, Singletary and Spagnuolo. This offseason, a change is in order.It's time Seattle, put down your coffee and throw out your Fruit Loops.
Tomorrow's breakfast is a heaping bowl of rusty nails and a can of Coors. . New Device Will Enable SILS ProceduresNORTH HAVEN, Conn.(Business Wire)Covidien (NYSE: COV, BSX: COV), a leading global provider of healthcareproducts, today announced that its Surgical Devices business unit has received510(k) clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to market theCovidien SILS Port Multiple Instrument Access Port for laparoscopic surgeriesthrough a single incision. The SILS Port is a single, flexible port that can be fitted through a smallincision in the umbilicus which results in a single "hidden scar," a cosmeticadvance over the multiple visible scars associated with standard multi-portlaparoscopy. The port has the capacity for up to three laparoscopic instruments."SILS Port is the first device specifically indicated for multiple instrumentaccess to the abdomen through a single incision," said Scott Flora, President,Surgical Devices, Covidien.