A new midrange vacuum from iRobot
iRobot has announced a pair of new midrange vacuum cleaners that have some of the perks of its top-range models but a few compromises, too. They are the $599 i3 Plus, which comes with the companys automatic bin-emptying station, capable of holding 60 days worth of dirt, and the plain old $399 i3, which has no emptying station but is otherwise identical.
The big drawback for these vacuums compared with iRobots pricier models the i7 Plus and i7 ($799 / $599 wit…
‘I’m saving her for Ginsburg’: who is Amy Coney Barrett, Trump’s likely supreme court pick? – The Guardian
Progressives fear the judge reportedly close to being picked to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg will reverse abortion rights. Friends and colleagues say a focus on …
When Christine Baglow moved from New Orleans to South Bend, Indiana, two years ago, she found herself at a dinner party with a woman with a formidable resume: former supreme court clerk, professor at Notre Dame Law School, a judge on the US district court of appeals for the seventh circuit.
The woman was Amy Coney Barrett, and she and Baglow had mutual friends.
The judge came across as tremendously friendly, Baglow said. I found her a very gracious and very thoughtful person. Very kind and aut…
Kuo: Apple to Accelerate Adoption of Mini-LED Displays in iPad and Mac Notebook Lineups – MacRumors
Increased competition among Apple’s suppliers for mini-LED display chips will accelerate the company’s adoption of the advanced technology in…
Increased competition among Apple’s suppliers for mini-LED display chips will accelerate the company’s adoption of the advanced technology in its iPad and MacBook lineups, according to a new research note from analyst Ming-Chi Kuo seen by MacRumors.
Kuo says that while Epistar had been predicted to be the exclusive supplier of mini-LED chips for Apple products in 2021, Sanan Optoelectronics has experienced better than expected development on the technology and will also begin supplying Apple in…
Leaked U.S. government files suggest Deutsche Bank tops list of suspicious transactions – CNBC
Germany’s Deutsche Bank appears to have facilitated more than half of the leaked $2 trillion of suspicious transactions flagged to the U.S. government over near…
SINGAPORE Germany’s largest lender Deutsche Bank appears to have facilitated more than half of the leaked $2 trillion of suspicious transactions that were flagged to the U.S. government over nearly two decades, reported German broadcaster Deutsche Welle (DW).
Those documents showed that between 1999 and 2017, $1.3 trillion of $2 trillion in leaked transactions that were flagged as suspicious passed through Deutsche Bank, according to the DW report.
The leaked documents contained suspicious act…
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