Wednesday, April 14, 2021

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I bought my first Roomba over ten years ago. Unfortunately, the inexpensive robovacs at the time didn’t have a lot of intelligence or suction power, so it was mostly a curiosity that hung in my apartment for a while before it hit a real vacuum. Whether you’re like me or you’ve never had one, you’re probably wondering if current models can do better, and according to Valentina Palladino the answer is yes.

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Like her Explain, “If you’re someone who wants to spend as little time as possible cleaning your home – or just someone who hates vacuuming – then a semi-autonomous robot is a great investment.” She went through several options available for under $ 300 and picked out a few that are worth tucking under your sofa or in dusty corners.

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The streams cut off before anyone could finish the four-hour film.

The next morning

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The Snyder Edition of Justice League appeared accidentally ahead of its scheduled premiere later this month. Late yesterday some HBO Max subscribers who tried to watch Tom and Jerry was lucky enough to get the superhero movie in 4: 3 aspect ratio instead. WarnerMedia confirmed the leak and was able to cut the streams before anyone could watch the entire movie. Read on.

The installation will be able to supply 20,000 homes once completed.

The next morning

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Tesla’s last major energy storage facility will be in Angleton, Texas, according to Bloomberg. A subsidiary of the company, Gambit Energy Storage, installs enough of the company’s modular mega-packs to power approximately 20,000 homes. The Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) reportedly said the site could start operating as early as early June. Timing is everything: Last month, unprecedented winter conditions left much of Texas without power. Read on.

What can your sweating tell you?

The next morning

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We are occasionally sent a random product that barely matches the technology with a huge consumer product or brand. As the , which feeds you. Most were never intended for the public, perhaps fortunately.

Some are real products, however, like . At least there’s a legitimate connection between a sports drink and a sweat patch, isn’t there? Patches come in packs of two for $ 25, available for purchase online, and you scan them for results using the iPhone app (sorry, no Android version yet). These results provide insight into what exactly you are sweating and try to tie that information into hydration and nutritional advice to improve your workouts and recovery. Critics editor Cherlynn Low tied one up and tried to sweat it out. Read on.

Expect to see laptops next month.

The next morning

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According to a report by Microsoft will release the Surface Laptop 4 later this spring, and you’ll have AMD and Intel processor options in 13.5-inch and 15-inch sizes.

The company is reportedly offering “Surface Edition” variants of the Ryzen 5 4680U and the Ryzen 7 4980U. That’s an improvement over the 3580U and 3780U options for the Surface Laptop 3, but a step below the 5000 series chips that AMD announced earlier this year. Read on.

It has a home screen, player controls and more.

The next morning

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When you stream from the YouTube app to a TV connected to the Chromecast, it’s a pretty minimalist experience, with your TV showing only the basic details like channel name, number of views, date and time. . However, with a new interface on your TV, streaming YouTube is more akin to using Android TV, with settings like resolution, subtitles, and subtitles. Read on.

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