This watch is a big deal. In a way it’s as big a deal as the ref. 57260.
Put it this way. The moon landing was a big deal, but what was equally, if not more, important, was all the stuff that was done with the information and knowledge gained from the moon landing. You see what I mean?
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The problem with charging your devices wirelessly—using a dock, sleeve, side table or some other surface—is that while it eliminates the hassle of being tethered to an actual cord, it’s still location dependent. In other words, you have to place your device in a specific spot for it to charge.
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With much of our attention focused the rise of advanced artificial intelligence, few consider the potential for radically amplified human intelligence (IA). It’s an open question as to which will come first, but a technologically boosted brain could be just as powerful — and just as dangerous – as AI.
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Apple has been given permission by North Carolina to build a facility that uses the methane emitted from landfill waste to create electricity. The plant, which will be based in Catawba County, will stand for 16 years, with the option of a five-year extension should the parties agree. As 9to5Mac explains, it’s an energy method that both generates power from waste and prevents the release of methane into the atmosphere. The news comes less than a day after the firm was given permission to begin reselling energy to power companies.
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June 11 (Reuters) – Creator made a brilliant charge down the stretch to edge past Destin by a nose at the wire and win the 148th Belmont Stakes on Saturday, the final leg of U.S. racing’s Triple Crown series for three-year-olds.
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No matter how hot it is on the practice field, Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver Allen Hurns is usually wearing long tights and a long-sleeve shirt.
They provide him protection from the sun’s damaging ultraviolet rays, but that’s not why he wears them. He’s trying to keep from spending the next couple hours scratching.
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