A compact set of pots, bowls, and utensils makes camp meals easy and enjoyable. Here are the 5 best cookware sets, from basics to 10-piece setups.
We’re eating our hats today as Apple revealed a “new” iPhone at their Spring 2021 event. This new iPhone isn’t so much completely new as it is a new color of a device that’s already out in the wild. The iPhone 12 will now be available in Purple. And that’s about that. This new Purple iPhone 12 is meant to … Continue reading
A bench comprising Justices R.F. Nariman, B.R. Gavai and Hrishikesh Roy passed the order in response to a special leave petition filed by Amazon on 8 April
Not even luxury sportscar brands will be able to avoid the pivot to electric power. Ferrari’s boss, John Elkann has said that the prancing horse will launch its first fully-electric model in 2025, Autocar reports. Speaking during the company’s annual general meeting, Elkann said, “You can be sure this will be everything you dream the engineers and designers at Maranello can imagine for such a landmark in our history.” Ferrari is no stranger to partially electric drivetrains, it has been using mild-hybrid systems to boost power since its 2013 La Ferrari. In 2019, the company unveiled the SF90 Stradale, a…This story continues at The Next Web
On CNET's I'm So Obsessed podcast, our guests are three award-winning chefs: Kristen Kish, Jeremy Ford and Justin Sutherland. We discuss their new show, Fast Foodies.
Rec Room is a popular VR app
Developers who have apps or games on the Oculus Store can now sell recurring subscriptions to their titles, as opposed to offering them for a one-time fee or choosing to handle the subscription process independently. This should give developers an easier, more sustainable way to offer new content, features, and tools to paid subscribers over time. Oculus told The Verge that the approval process for apps with subscriptions is similar to apps that have in-app purchases and add-ons.
Oculus shared on its blog that starting today, FitXR, the hugely successful Rec Room, Tribe XR, Tripp, vSpatial, and VZfit are the first to begin operating on a subscription model in the Oculus Store — specifically, for the Quest platform versions of the apps....
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Jason Watts told MLive that masks and vaccines "shouldn't have a political party, but we've conjured these things to have these connotations."
Care home staff in England may be required to have a Covid-19 vaccine to protect residents from the virus, the government has announced.A five-week consultation will be launched on Wednesday. Matt Hancock, the health secretary, said the government had “a duty of care to those most vulnerable to Covid-19”.The Department for Health and Social Care (DHSC) said experts on Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (Sage) advised 80% of staff and 90% of residents need to be vaccinated to provide a minimum level of protection against outbreaks.But warned only 53% of older adult homes in England are currently meeting this threshold.The DHSC said it meant nearly half of all care homes with older adult residents, home to 150,000 vulnerable people, do not meet the recommended vaccination thresholds for care homes and staff.Currently the staff vaccination rate is below 80% in 89 local authority areas - more than half - and all 32 London boroughs. There are 27 local authority areas with a staff vaccination rate below 70%.Christina McAnea, the general secretary of the Unison union, said mandatory jabs were “the wrong approach and a massive distraction”.“Targeting adverts at care staff, lining up already-jabbed colleagues to offer reassurance, tackling misinformation and giving staff time to make the right decision is where the government should be concentrating its efforts. It’s what’s worked in the NHS and in other countries,” she said.“Too heavy handed an approach could backfire badly. Some staff may simply up and go, leaving a poorly paid sector already struggling with thousands and thousands of vacancies in a terrible state. That could damage the quality of care for the elderly and vulnerable, and no-one wants that.”Hancock said: “Older people living in care homes are most at risk of suffering serious consequences of Covid-19 and we have seen the grave effects the virus has had on this group.’Making vaccines a condition of deployment is something many care homes have called for, to help them provide greater protection for staff and residents in older people’s care homes and so save lives.“The vaccine is already preventing deaths and is our route out of this pandemic. We have a duty of care to those most vulnerable to COVID-19, so it is right we consider all options to keep people safe.”It comes after Boris Johnson said on Tuesday that although vaccines had helped, lockdown restrictions had done “the bulk of the work” in reducing infections.And the prime minister warned that the easing of lockdown restrictions will “inevitably” lead to more infections and deaths.The number of vaccine doses administered in the UK has passed 40 million, of which nearly eight million are second doses.People aged 45 and over in England are now also being invited to make appointments for their vaccination.Related...Labour MP Uses Sign Language To Pressure PM Over Lack Of Interpreter At Press BriefingsSurge Testing Begins In Third London Borough After South Africa Variant Detected
It seems like this project is quickly turning into Tesla cars driving people underground, rather than some sort of futuristic transport system.
It took more than three years for the US economy to recover its pre-crisis size after the 2008 crash, Commerzbank economists said.
Deathloop has been delayed again, with Arkane’s timed PS5 console exclusive moving from its previous May 21st release date to a fall release on September 14th. The news marks the second big delay for Deathloop, which was originally supposed to be out in the 2020 holiday season alongside the then-newly released PS5.
As with the earlier delay, Arkane’s Lyon studio is once again citing COVID-19-related delays, with an increased difficulty in development as it works to ensure “the health and safety of everyone at Arkane.”
pic.twitter.com/f0OWWxdUkt— DEATHLOOP (@deathloop) April 8, 2021
Deathloop is the latest title from Arkane’s Lyon studio, best known for the Dishonored franchise and the rebooted Prey from 2017. Players assume the...
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Nope, no more carbon-offset projects, just a sustainable manufacturing process that doesn't over-pollute.
(DOE/Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) Scientists at Berkeley have uncovered an extraordinary self-improving property that transforms an ordinary semiconductor into a highly efficient and stable artificial photosynthesis device.
Last December, AT&T's associate vp for sponsorship and experiential marketing Shiz Suzuki said, "I'm a firm believer that if you can see her, you can be her." Suzuki's sentiment underscores "She's Connected," the telecom company's collaborative initiative toward gender equality through intentional sponsorships and promotions. The effort now includes a docuseries-style campaign centering four trailblazing...
The Best Buy PS5 restock that's expected on Friday, April 2 is the greatest chance to make up for the lack of any restock on Thursday.
Share market LIVE Updates: The Sensex opened at 49,427.05, up 418.55 points, or 0.85%, while the Nifty was at 14,638.25, up 130.95 points, or 0.90%. Asian markets witnessed a mixed opening on Tuesday amid rising treasury yields and oil prices even as the Suez Canal blockage ended
More than 10% of all US restaurants closed last year during the pandemic, including hundreds of big chains.