Apple iPhone 11 review: Stripped back but still brilliant

The Apple iPhone 11 is the biggest beneficiary from Apple’s name change shenanigans this year. Its predecessor, the XR, felt like the odd one out, and with a different camera, screen tech and overall design, those differences were felt in more than just the new name, too. With the iPhone 11, however, Apple has brought its cheapest iPhone back into the fold with a more sensible name and a design that’s not all that far away from the flagship iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max handsets. In fact, there aren’t many big differences between all three of Apple’s new phones. The iPhone 11 has one fewer camera – it lacks the 2x telephoto of the Pro models – but it has exactly the same primary and ultra-wide cameras. It doesn’t have a Super Retina XDR display, either – “just” a 6.1in IPS Liquid Retina screen, although it still supports HDR10 and Dolby Vision. And it isn’t quite as water-resistant as the iPhone 11 Pro handsets. However, you do get a wider choice of colours, with black, green, yellow, purple, red and white versions available. The internals are pretty much exactly the same as its more expensive brethren, too. The iPhone 11 uses the new A13 Bionic chip accompanied by 4GB of ...

‘Bruce of Los Angeles’’ Male Photos Up For Auction Thursday  | Local | News

2 Bruce Bellas (1909-1974) photos + negatives of underground film actor and model Joe Dallesandro, a muse of Andy Warhol and an LGBTQ icon. Provenance: Bruce Bellas archive. Estimate: $1,000-$2,000 Palm Beach Modern Auctions in West Palm Beach will auction off a significant archive of photos taken by Bruce Bellas, popularly known as Bruce of Los Angelas. More than 200 lots of vintage prints, negatives, slides, real-photo greeting cards, and posing props will be auctioned off Thursday.  Some writers have gone so far as to say male physique magazines were the foundation of the gay liberation movement before Stonewall. Oftentimes these magazines were the only thing that would connect gay men together.  “Around the same time Playboy magazine was launching its controversial first issue with a nude Marilyn Monroe centerfold, Bruce Bellas was creating his own provocative art – photographs of the male anatomy,” said PBMA co-owner Rico Baca in a prepared statement. “In addition to being an accomplished studio photographer, Bellas was a well-known presence at bodybuilding and weightlifting competitions. He was one of the earliest photographers of gymnastics and acrobatics at LA’s Muscle ...

Boiler Feed Check Valve Market to Surge at a Robust Pace in Terms of Revenue Over 2016 – 2026

The novel energy efficient boilers are equipped with sophisticated safety equipment in order to generate steam for power generation. This quantum leap in the industry helped to overcome the energy crisis worldwide. Advancements and developments in boiler manufacturing resulted in the design of advanced boiler mounting equipment, safety equipment, and boiler feed check valve. Boiler feed check valve enhances the performance of the boiler, along with assuring safety to the apparatus. Different types of valves are used to regulate the flow of steam and water into and out of the boiler. Boiler feed check valve acts as the steam and water separator for the boiler. Under normal atmospheric conditions, feed side pump has more pressure than the boiler side pressure. Pressure difference between the pump side and boiler side lifts the boiler feed check valve, and allows the feed water to enter inside the boiler. During this process, the boiler feed check valve is lifted up manually. The supply of feed water to the boiler can be regulated by the position of boiler feed check valve. Boiler feed check valve also acts as a safety valve in certain emergency conditions like failure of feed pump...

PAN9026 Series Dual Band Modules from Panasonic Featured in THE EDGE by Future Electronics

The PAN9026 is a dual band 2.4/5 GHz 802.11 a/b/g/n Wi-Fi radio module with integrated Bluetooth BR/EDR/LE, specifically designed for highly integrated and cost-effective applications. THE EDGE is the latest e-newsletter from Future Electronics, and is geared toward engineers and buyers looking for new or leading-edge products. THE EDGE comes out twice per month, and each edition features product information, datasheets and videos showcasing the most advanced new technology in a specific area, such as sensing, lighting, or automotive. Stay up to date with the latest technology in motor control solutions, subscribe to our NPI newsletter. To see the entire portfolio of Panasonic products available through Future Electronics, visit FutureElectronics.com https://www.futureelectronics.com/?utm_source=seopr&utm_medium=pressrelease&utm_campaign=dualbandmodules _edge_americas_201909&utm_content=pan&utm_term=fehomepage&loc=1. About Future Electronics Future Electronics is a global leader in electronics distribution, recognized for providing customers with global supply chain solutions, custom-tailored engineering services and a comprehensive suite of passives and sem...

SelgasCano Believes In Architecture That Is Lightweight, Transparent, Open And Respectful Of Nature

Husband-and-wife duo SelgasCano’s motto could very well be “Less is more”, just like Mies van der Rohe’s emblematic aphorism, but rather than a minimalist Modernist ethic referring to the German-American master’s efforts to reduce and distill buildings and their components into simple forms, José Selgas and Lucía Cano’s vision of architecture is all about lightweight materials, transparency, openness and respect for nature. The relation and experience with the site – its history, climate and architecture – are also key factors. The Spanish couple hopes to build less to give back more to society. Selgas says, “Our hope for architecture is to build less and less and to give more space to nature in cities, to disappear more and more on behalf of nature. Hopefully, we will see less construction. Scale is super important for us and we don’t understand why buildings have to be as big as they are. If you can make it smaller, it’s always better. The budget is also important, so if we can do something cheaper, we will always do it because it’s sustainable. Sustainability is always related to the budget. Typically, we work with very light materials because they are more sustainable. Trans...

China 2019 New arrival educational wooden school bus toy for children W04A418 on Global Sources

We use cookies to give you the best possible experience on our website. For more details including how to change your cookie settings, please read our Cookie Policy. Path: All Categories >> Gifts & Premiums >> Toys >> Children’s Toys & Action Figures >> Wooden toys – Update me on new products View latest products We’ve sent a confirmation e-mail to XXX@gmail.com. Click on the link in the e-mail to activate and start receiving free alerts when new products are posted! Any third-party trademarks or images shown here are for reference purposes only. We are not authorized to sell any items bearing such trademarks. Note: Not all certifying agents offer online lookup, and some have a lag time for posting new certificates. If you are unable to find a certificate online, contact the certification agency or supplier for further verification. This Verified Supplier’s Business Registration profile has been independently verified with relevant government agencies Learn more Language Option: Españolbeta | Pусский | Français | Deutsch | Português | Italiano | Nederlands | 한국어 | polski | Türk | 日本語 | Indonesian | ภาษาไทย | tiếng Việt Cam...

High school dropout making it big in interior design

Dansean Mugambi opened an interior design business in 2015 in Mombasa without any academic background in the field. Yet the lack of formal education did not hinder him from becoming a pro in this line of business. His enterprise relied heavily on a wealth of experience gained on the job. He later sharpened his skills through relevant online courses. Mr Mugambi is now the CEO of his venture, Dankiz Arts & Creations Limited, that deals in interior design,3D wall art, project management, finishes and CAD drawings. He is also an abstract painter and occasionally holds art exhibitions. Even before founding the design company, Mr Mugambi had set up his first startup while in high school. He printed t-shirts from his mother’s house and later in a bedsitter he rented. “I was an art student in high school. By the time I was in Form Two I was doing screen and fabric printing. I would buy plain t-shirts then custom-make them. I would sell to my classmates and school clubs,” he says. Despite his good grades and getting an admission letter to join the University of Nairobi his mother could not afford it. “I got a B+. We were not doing so well financially and could not afford to continue...

If your Chinese solar panels are not on one of these lists, be careful

YPE html PUBLIC “-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN” “http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd”> A lot of people are wary of Chinese solar panels. China doesn’t exactly cover itself in glory with some of the low quality junk it manufactures. But, as I have said many times before, China also produces some fantastic quality stuff. Need examples? I bet the device you are reading this blog on was made in the People’s Republic. The Macbook Pro I am writing it on certainly was and it is impeccably put together (the laptop – not the blog!). And it is the same with solar panels. There is some absolute junk coming out of China, that will be lucky to last a few years in the Aussie sun. I’ve heard first hand stories of Aussies visiting suppliers who have converted clothes factories to solar panel factories. The bottom end panels in these factories are made from B or C grade solar cells which the other factories have rejected, and their environmental standards are horrendous. At the other end of the scale, you have some first class solar panels coming out of gleaming factories in China with world class quality control in operation, and environme...

Surveillance images of a theft at Sonco Event & Construction Rentals on Pavilion Ave in Warwick

Surveillance images of a theft at Sonco Event & Construction Rentals on Pavilion Ave in Warwick on Thursday, September 19, 2019. (Photos: Warwick Police) WARWICK, R.I. (WPRI) — Police are working to identify two people suspected of stealing thousands of dollars worth of equipment from a rental business in Warwick. The theft happened between 6 and 7 p.m. on Sept. 19 at Sonco Event & Construction Rentals on Pavilion Avenue, according to a post on the Warwick Police Department’s Facebook page. Police said the suspects stole more than $6,000 worth of chain-link fence and $2,500 worth of tools. According to police, both of the suspects drove black and gold pickup trucks with built-in toolboxes on their sides. Copyright 2019 Nexstar Broadcasting, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. WASHINGTON, D.C. (WPRI) — Bristol Country Sheriff Thomas Hodgson and a group of nearly 200 sheriffs from 40 states met with the Trump administration on Thursday, asking for urgent action on immigration issues. The meeting came a day after the law enforcement officers told Congress they were fed up with a lack of change in immigration...

Return to the Moon? 3D Printing with Moondust Could Be the Key to Future Lunar Living

This article was originally published at The Conversation. The publication contributed the article to Space.com’s Expert Voices: Op-Ed & Insights. The entire Apollo 11 mission to the moon took just eight days. If we ever want to build permanent bases on the moon, or perhaps even Mars or beyond, then future astronauts will have to spend many more days, months and maybe even years in space without a constant lifeline to Earth. The question is how would they get hold of everything they needed. Using rockets to send all the equipment and supplies for building and maintaining long-term settlements on the moon would be hugely expensive. This is where 3D printing could come in, allowing astronauts to construct whatever their lunar colony needed from raw materials. Much of the excitement around 3D printing in space has focused on using it to construct buildings from lunar rock. But my research suggests it may actually be more practical to use this moondust to supply lunar manufacturing labs turning out replacement components for all sorts of equipment. Technically known as additive manufacturing, 3D printing comprises a sophisticated group of technologies that can produce phys...

Clear(2)O® RV Filter Makes Clean Water Possible for RV Campers; Must-Have Gear for Upcoming Road Trips

Solid Carbon Block, Lowest-Micron Filtering Puts the CLEAR(2)O® Inline Filter at the Top of the RV-Trip Checklist MIRAMAR, Fla., Sept. 4, 2019 /PRNewswire/ –With Labor Day now come and gone, and the summer season officially over, RVers are now preparing for their fall and winter seasons. For some, that means a weekend getaway in their RV, but for others, that means a longer hiatus to escape their cold, winter climate. While there are numerous preparatory tasks RVers need to perform to get their “home on wheels” into perfect working order, there is one that should arguably be at the top of the checklist: ensuring that they have access to clean, healthy water. After all, whether it’s for drinking, cooking, showering, cleaning, or rinsing, the quality of an RV’s water is a critical element in the enjoyment – and the health – of everyone who will be on the trip.   That’s where the CLEAR2O® RV and Marine Inline Water Filter comes in. The CLEAR2O® RV Filter is one of the best filters on the market for both RV and marine users. This filter dramatically reduces contaminants, bad taste, sulfur odor (a big problem for RVers at campgrounds), and ch...

Going in and out of Apapa GRA, Nigeria’s foremost maritime city, from any part of Lagos

Going in and out of Apapa GRA, Nigeria’s foremost maritime city, from any part of Lagos is a torturous journey; not because of long distance, but the daily pains of navigating through the sea of trailers parked on both expressways (Apapa-Wharf and Oshodi-Apapa roads) have weighed down heavily on the health and finances of residents, business owners, property owners and government’s infrastructure, reports DAYO AYEYEMI Apart from being a maritime hub, the residential aspect of the enclave is right inside the foremost Apapa Government Reservation Area (GRA), which at a time paraded the best of infrastructural facilities, tight security, easy access and beauty coupled with lush vegetation that adorned most streets and houses. Being a port city, Apapa was choice location to live for the rich, high-net worth businessmen and sailors. It is also on record that the first Premier of the defunct Western Region of Nigeria, Chief Obafemi Awolowo, once lived in Apapa. Other individuals such as former Minister of Commerce, the late Bola Kuforiji-Olubi, former Vice President, Admiral Augustus Aikhomu (now late), Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) governorship candidate in Lagos State, Jimi Agbaje,...

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