I would compare OnePlus 7 Pro to Quicksilver from X Men: First Class, its swift-and-smooth functions are impressive. The OnePlus 8, with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor and a 12GB RAM, is better than 7 Pro (Mind you, the laptop I am using to write this review has only 4GB RAM). I experienced no lag while playing games with 3D graphics. The pictures appear sharp and vivid on the HDR10+ certified, Fluid AMOLED display. Even on a sunny afternoon, it was easy to read e-books and watch video outdoors. The refresh rate, as with its predecessors, is capped at 90Hz. … [Read more...] about OnePlus 8 review: No more the ‘flagship killer’
Magic Clear Lens is a cleaner that removes that oxidation. It’s easy to use. First, work in the cool of the morning and in the shade of your garage or carport. You will need a soft cloth and a bottle of Magic Clear Lens. Make sure the headlight lens is clean and free of dirt or road trash. Shake Magic Clear Lens and apply an amount about the size of a 50-cent piece on your rag. Apply the cleaner going back and forth across the lens. Use enough product, and stay out of the sun to avoid streaking. … [Read more...] about HAPPY HANDYMAN: Magic Clear Lens removes oxidation on headlights
Amazon and Simon Property Group have discussed converting former and current J.C. Penney and Sears locations, according to The Wall Street Journal, which cited unidentified sources. Dozens of locations for both stores are set to close after both chains filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, the Journal noted, adding that Simon currently owns malls with 11 Sears and 63 Penney stores, according to May public filings. … [Read more...] about Amazon eyeing mall space for distribution centers: report
Edward Enninful, British Vogue’s new editor, has expressed frustration with the industry’s reluctance to create sustainable changes in reflecting the diverse identities of its consumers. His principles on ethnic diversity – “you put one model in a show or in an ad campaign, that doesn’t solve the problem”– also apply to disability representation. Although some designers have embraced disability models – most notably Alexander McQueen in the late 90s – the fact remains that, when disabled customers are prohibited from shopping, due to stairs, lack of seating or insufficient sales support, it is hard not to draw the conclusion that the catwalk trend for disabled models is nothing more than that. It is the metaphorical millennial pink, soon to be consigned to the back of our closets. … [Read more...] about Does fashion care about disabled people and the purple pound?
Mr Drakeford added: “There are a series of options that we could draw on if we needed to. Our top plan is to get every child back in school in September so that they are learning - these children have been deprived of their learning for months.” … [Read more...] about Coronavirus UPDATES: PM insists it’s ‘right’ to get all kids in school by September