Spy software for runners

 

FROM this week, any Argentine wanting to take a foreign holiday must not only provide his tax identification-number but also tell the tax agency (known as AFIP) where, when and why he is going. Officials say this violation of privacy is needed to fight tax evasion and money laundering. In reality, the reason is that the government of Cristina Fernández de Kirchner is starting to run out of dollars. Since the inflation rate is already over 25%, the government is terrified of letting the peso depreciate. Instead, it is resorting to a siege economy.

Since last year, importers have faced curbs (on May 25th, the European Union filed a complaint at the World Trade Organisation against the import restrictions). But with capital flight continuing, the government has stepped up exchange controls. AFIP, headed by Ricardo Etchegaray, has not explained what criteria it uses in responding to requests for dollars. But the rationing is getting stricter.

The curbs have succeeded in cutting capital flight, from $8.4 billion in the third quarter of last year to just $1.6 billion in the first quarter of this year. The Central Bank's reserves, which the president has dipped into for public spending, have stabilised, at $47 billion. But this has come at a price: the economy is decelerating fast. And the informal currency market is booming.

Spy software for runners

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FROM this week, any Argentine wanting to take a foreign holiday must not only provide his tax identification-number but also tell the tax agency (known as AFIP) where, when and why he is going. Officials say this violation of privacy is needed to fight tax evasion and money laundering. In reality, the reason is that the government of Cristina Fernández de Kirchner is starting to run out of dollars. Since the inflation rate is already over 25%, the government is terrified of letting the peso depreciate. Instead, it is resorting to a siege economy.

Since last year, importers have faced curbs (on May 25th, the European Union filed a complaint at the World Trade Organisation against the import restrictions). But with capital flight continuing, the government has stepped up exchange controls. AFIP, headed by Ricardo Etchegaray, has not explained what criteria it uses in responding to requests for dollars. But the rationing is getting stricter.

The curbs have succeeded in cutting capital flight, from $8.4 billion in the third quarter of last year to just $1.6 billion in the first quarter of this year. The Central Bank's reserves, which the president has dipped into for public spending, have stabilised, at $47 billion. But this has come at a price: the economy is decelerating fast. And the informal currency market is booming.

There are a lot of bikes out there perfectly suited for entry-level and casual riders. The 2016 F4 RR from MV Agusta is not one of them. If you are new to two wheels or you don’t have mad riding skills, disabuse yourself right now of the idea of cutting your teeth on this bike. If you are an experienced rider, this machine is a heckuva lot of fun; it’s a race bike disguised as a street bike.

Technology abounds with a plethora of alphabet-soup acronyms that boil down to a lot of electronic controls that bridle the scary power of the F4 RR. (You may not be scared, but someone who loves you will be terrified.) Among them are eight-level traction control, electronically-assisted shift and ABS along with ride-by-wire and four engine maps that control throttle sensitivity, torque, braking, the rev limiter and engine response so you can dial in the controls specifically to suit you and your riding conditions.

The F4 RR combines looks and performance right down to the details. Take, for example, the front headlight. The headlight, flanked by marker lights molded into the fairing, creates a sleek, uninterrupted aerodynamic line as well as enhances visibility.

The TomTom Spark Cardio + Music is a GPS watch targeted at runners. We've reviewed the Fitbit Surge and found its GPS tracking a bit inaccurate . That doesn't make a big difference over small distances, but if you are a serious long-distance runner then you definitely want a watch with better GPS. The TomTom Spark is billed as a tool for runners, and so it needs to be a lot more accurate. Since we're training for a half marathon, we started wearing the TomTom Spark during runs to see if it works as it should.

One look at the TomTom Spark and you'll know that it won't go well with formal wear. While it is very comfortable to wear, it's best worn only during workouts or with casual attire. It has a large, protruding D-pad below the display. The watch doesn't have a touchscreen so the entire interface is designed around the four keys of the D-pad that are like arrow keys on a computer keyboard.

This looks rather clunky, but it works. For a runners' watch, not having a touchscreen is actually a positive because sweaty fingers often make it hard to use touchscreens and leave a lot of unwanted prints as well. Using buttons is a good choice as it reduces chances of accidentally starting or ending a run, a problem we faced with the Fitbit Blaze .