Posted: June 29, 2019 KUSI Newsroom Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter KUSI Newsroom, Updated: 2:06 PM ESCONDIDO (KUSI) – A 16-year-old boy was shot in the leg outside a strip mall movie theater in Escondido, police said.The gunfire erupted just before 9 p.m. Friday, outside the Regal cinemas, near the corner of West Valley Parkway and North Escondido Boulevard, Escondido police Sgt. Ryan Banks told the San Diego Union-Tribune.Banks also said a fight outside a nearby Subway restaurant may have led to the shooting. The unnamed victim was found lying on the ground in front of the theater.Banks also told the media the victim was being uncooperative with police and there was no clear description of the gunman who fled on foot.Anyone with information on the shooting was asked to call the Escondido police at 760-839-4722. Teen shot and wounded outside Escondido movie theater June 29, 2019
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You can now watch Prime Video with your VR headset. Amazon Amazon Prime Video is now available for viewing on virtual reality headsets, the company announced Wednesday. The Oculus Quest, Oculus Go and Samsung Gear VR can all be used to watch the streaming service.The VR headsets can be used to watch “Amazon originals, channel subscriptions, live events and more,” Amazon said, adding that the service also supports voice searching to find content. Now playing: Watch this: The 51 best VR games 1:26 Apple files for AR/VR patent, Equifax’s fine over 2017… Mobile Gaming Accessories Gaming Wearable Tech TV and Movies null Share your voice 53 Photos Samsung Gear VR Preview • Samsung Gear VR Innovator Edition: Oculus-powered Galaxy Note 4 accessory now available, starting at $199 VR on CNET 0 Tags Oculus Amazon Prime Amazon Samsung VR 101 Best VR headsets for 2019 Valve Index review: VR you can buy in pieces Amazon said its VR-capable library is expanding, but pointed to The Marvelous Mrs Maisel, Good Omens, Guava Island, Catastrophe, The Grand Tour, Fleabag, The Man in the High Castle, Carnival Row, Bosch and Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan as being ready to go.To set up the service, you need to pair your headset with the Oculus mobile app, navigate to the Oculus Store on the headset, find the free Prime Video app, download and install it and then launch the app and sign in with your existing Amazon account.If you’ve got a Gear VR headset, you need to first install Oculus software on your Samsung phone.Netflix, Hulu and YouTube already have VR viewing services. Review • Gear VR: A ticket to virtual reality with a smartphone
Huawei P30 Pro First Impressions, a super camera smartphone with extensive photography skills Honor is making a big splash next month with the launch of its revamped series following Honor 10’s success. Only days after OnePlus launches its OnePlus 7 series at an event on May 14, Honor has confirmed that it will be launching Honor 20 series, a premium flagship successor to the Honor 10 series, at an event in London on May 21.Huawei’s sub-brand didn’t straight away announce the launch date, instead decided to give fans a math trivia. The teaser image says Honor 20 series, followed by a hashtag #CaptureWonder against a backdrop of the iconic London Bridge in day and night conditions. At the bottom, it says London and the date simply has a bunch of 4s in a mathematical equation.For those who are good at maths, here’s the puzzle: 444+4x4x4+(4+4)/4+44/4. If you’ve solved it then you know the answer to that is 521, which essentially means the 21st day of the 5 month – meaning May 21. Honor 20 teaser confirms launch dateHonor TwitterHonor could have used any other number to get that answer, but it used the number 4 and only that. It sure means something and there two educated guesses.Firstly, it is possible the Honor 20 will sport four rear cameras, just like the Huawei P30 Pro. Honor often shares the camera tech with Huawei and expecting a quad-camera setup on the Honor 20 is not a shot in the dark. But there have been contradicting reports that suggested a triple camera setup on the Honor 20, which would make the latest guess incorrect.In that case, the number 4 is a hint to the four different models Honor might launch under the new series. There are rumours favouring Honor 20, Honor 20 Lite, Honor 20 Pro or Honor 20A/C/X. We just have to wait and watch what Honor is up to. Huawei P30 Pro camera featuresIBTimes India/Sami KhanIf the camera guess is right, Honor 20 could get four sensors on the back with a Periscope zoom lens for 5x optical zoom, a 48MP sensor, and incredible low-light photos – something that can be taken from the London Bridge shown in the day and night conditions.Previous rumours have suggested that the Honor 20 will pack the latest Kirin 980 chipset, new in-display fingerprint scanner, an AMOLED screen and gradient finish on the glass back. The pricing can be expected to be premium, but Honor will find a way to attract the masses with its disruptive strategy. We just have to wait and watch. Close
Petrol and diesel supply in Karnataka is likely to be severely hit if oil refinery Mangalore Refineries and Petrochemicals Ltd (MRPL) completely shuts down operations due to water shortage in the drought-hit state. The shutdown could happen within a week if it does not rain in the next couple of days, according to a senior MRPL executive.”We are trying to postpone the complete shutdown by using all possible means, and at the present situation, it cannot go beyond a week,” M Venkatesh, director of refineries at MRPL, told the Hindu.MRPL is crucial to Karnataka as it fulfils about 80 percent of the state’s fuel requirement.MRPL had on Thursday commenced the process of partial shutdown of its Phase III operations, as a consequence of which petrol production will be reduced by 30 percent and diesel by 50 percent, the daiily added. The curtailment of production also extends to liquefied petroleum gas (LPG).Earlier, on April 26, MRPL had said the initiation of production shutdown was in response to orders from the district administration to suspend water supply for seven days. The company had hinted then that a worsening situation could hit supplies.”We will review our water management daily and do our best to keep up the product supply. However, if the situation doesn’t improve in the next seven days, there is every likelihood of product supply in Karnataka getting affected,” H Kumar, managing director of MRPL, said in a statement.The company sources water for its needs predominantly from the river Netravathi.MRPL is a subsidiary of state-run ONGC. The share price of MRPL was Rs. 67.90 at around 1:10 p.m. on Friday on the BSE, up 0.74 percent from its previous close.MRPL will be announcing its fourth-quarter results on May 12.