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This is some of the best survival gear if you have an accident, need medical assistance or get a flat tire.
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The parents of two toddlers are suing Logan Cook (AKA Carpe Donktum), Donald Trump, and the Trump Campaign over an edited "racist baby" video.
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Interested in using DoorDash for meal delivery or becoming a Dasher yourself to earn extra cash? Here's how DoorDash works and every feature you should know.
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This week's Insider Tech looks at all the political and geopolitical stories in tech that played out while Apple's event streamed.
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Apple might be working on a fitness tracker with a micro-LED screen, for people who find the Apple Watch SE pointless.
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Along with the Xbox Series S and Xbox Series X reveal several days ago, Microsoft will add EA Play to expand the library of titles available.
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The companies signed an open letter to the European Union calling for a reduction in domestic greenhouse gas emissions by 2030.
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While some people are planning trips and returning to life as usual, it's important for parents to teach their kids how to exist in this pandemic.
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Audio company Bose has expanded its Frames product line of glasses packing built-in speakers. Starting today, buyers have three new Frames sunglasses models to choose from, each with a different style and tint, but with one thing in common: the company’s tiniest speakers, offering what Bose says is a personal but immersive audio experience without wearing earbuds. The new Bose … Continue reading
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Streaming superstar Ninja will be returning to create content exclusively for Twitch a year after leaving the platform to stream on the now-defunct Mixer.
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Drive-in coronavirus testing centres are even turning away key workers and schoolchildren if they have not pre-booked their checks, HuffPost UK can reveal.Workers at sites run by the contractor G4S have been told as of Tuesday to only accept those who have booked online, despite ongoing reports of people being unable to access tests.HuffPost UK has been told that 1,500 cars were turned away from sites across England on Tuesday alone.A worker – who wished to remain anonymous – at a drive in testing site in an area where cases are on the rise, told HuffPost UK: “I was shocked to be told that we could no longer take anyone in for a test that had no booking, especially when the booking website was either unavailable or only offering testing sites several hours drive away.“We have had people arrive for tests after driving over two hours due to being shown that our site was the only one showing up for them. “There were no exceptions to having a test with no booking, which included us being specifically instructed that no exception could be given to any blue light workers, doctors, nurses, carers and police, who had not booked even if the reason they could not book was due to the website or the 119 phone line not working.“Many cars also had to be turned away containing schoolchildren with symptoms.”Nearly 12 hours now trying to get a test. No home tests.No drive-through tests. No walk-in tests. Testing in North London appears to have completely ground to a halt. Stop the talk of Moonshots, focus on, and sort out the absolute basics. pic.twitter.com/b1w6tCKrrX— Rob Aldridge (@rob_aldridge) September 10, 2020Hundreds of schools and colleges have reported difficulties in accessing tests, forcing staff and pupils to miss classes, according to the Association of School and College Leaders (ASCL).Julie McCulloch, head of policy at the ASCL, said it is likely that the number of students and school staff who have had to self-isolate at home and are awaiting test results “will be into the thousands”.Within hours of inviting feedback on the issue in an email to union members on Wednesday afternoon, more than 200 school and college leaders in England reported problems with the test and trace system.Within two hours of sending out this bulletin we’d received more than 100 responses with details of symptomatic staff or pupils unable to access tests, & so having to self-isolate. School & college leaders rightly furious. They can’t stay open under these conditions. https://t.co/iICKTco07o— Julie McCulloch (@juliecmcculloch) September 9, 2020Matt Hancock has suggested the shortage in testing is due in large part to people “coming forward for tests when they’re not eligible” and has said people could face “eligibility checks” and be subject to an order of priority system.MPs have raised concerns over test shortages in their areas and people having to travel several miles in a bid to get one, with Tory former minister Greg Clark calling on the health secretary to get a “grip” of the testing situation.A Department of Health and Social Care spokesperson told HuffPost UK: ”NHS Test and Trace is working and our capacity is the highest it has ever been but we are seeing a significant demand for tests including from people who do not have symptoms and are not otherwise eligible.“New booking slots and home testing kits are made available daily for those who need them and we are targeting testing capacity at the areas that need it most, including those where there is an outbreak, and prioritising at-risk groups.“Our laboratories are processing more than a million tests a week and we recently announced new facilities and technology to process results even faster.”It comes just a day after a whistleblower working at a coronavirus testing centre described a litany of problems with the supposedly “world beating” system and accused health secretary Matt Hancock of “lying through his teeth”.Speaking to HuffPost UK, the worker – who wished to remain anonymous – said the site at which they work is running at a fraction of capacity and has been doing so for at least two weeks in what amounts to a “planned slowdown of testing in all but name”.Related... So, Is Christmas Cancelled? Coronavirus Experts Make Their Predictions Senior Tory Tells Matt Hancock It's 'No Good Blaming People' For Testing Problems
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The documentary tells the compelling story of Craig Foster and his bond with an octopus.
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The Surface Duo explores a new form factor in mobile computing, but in the process creates more problems than benefits.
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(Association for Computing Machinery) ACM, the Association for Computing Machinery, recently released its eighth annual Study of Non-Doctoral Granting Departments in Computing (NDC study). With the aim of providing a comprehensive look at computing education, the study includes information on enrollments, degree completions, faculty demographics, and faculty salaries.
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The Social Dilemma argues that humanity’s greatest existential threat is not climate change, but Facebook.
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It’s officially official: Microsoft just dropped a trailer with the details on the Xbox Series S. It confirms almost all the leaked information on the console, and one detail stands out: the console will release on November 10. The trailer is virtually the same as the one leaked earlier, with the difference that “November 2020” has been swapped out for “November 10.” After the Series S has been little more than a rumor for so long, it’s almost exhilarating to get so much information about it in such a short span of time. The little tumble dryer to the Series X’s monolithic… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Xbox
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Chinese manufacturing giant, Huawei, is currently fighting for its survival due to the numerous bans from the U.S. According to the company, it is not ... The post Huawei FreebudsPro true wireless headphones to arrive on September 10 appeared first on Gizchina.com.
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The Guinness World Record for fastest vehicle slalom was shattered recently by 16-year-old American karting sensation Chloe Chambers, and she did it piloting a bone-stock 2020 Porsche 718 Spyder. Amassing more than seven years of karting experience, Chambers set a time of 47.45-seconds on August 21, 2020. It was good enough to beat the previous record of 48.11-seconds achieved by … Continue reading
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PDFs are an extremely popular file format. This guide shows how to start printing files on your Mac to PDF.
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In an interview with the New York Post, Noor bin Ladin praised President Donald Trump and said his re-election is "vital for the future" of the West
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The report gives the latest snapshot of the labor-market recovery during the coronavirus-related recession.
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A coronavirus vaccine is being tested on humans for first time in US by world-leading European drug companies.
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Trump's post encourages people to vote both through mail and in-person.
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The GOP bill tries to "give the appearance of action" instead of meeting "the truly profound needs of the American people," Schumer said.
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There are a ton of upcoming games with LGBTQ+ characters and narratives coming out in the near future, these are the ones we’re looking forward to.
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Many economists say it's slowing down instead, partly attributing that to the expiration of federal aid for individuals and small businesses.
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HWND? AppWindow? Current situation 'not making anyone happy' as company seeks one true way Microsoft has revealed its plans for the future of the windowing API in Windows, a fundamental piece in desktop development, as part of the Project Reunion effort to untangle the mess caused by UWP (Universal Windows Platform).…
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It will just be hours before Samsung unveils its second foldable phone this year and it won’t be too much of a surprise if the Galaxy Z Fold 2’s presence will raise questions about Motorola’s next foldable phone. Of course, the Lenovo subsidiary isn’t going to stray away from its Razr form factor to take on Samsung, which, in turn, … Continue reading
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SpaceX, Elon Musk's aerospace company, has scheduled two back-to-back Falcon 9 launches in Florida, just nine hours apart.
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Play resumes Saturday after players boycotted games in response to the shooting of Jacob Blake by police in Wisconsin.
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