Except it is, because this is crisis time. The stores are closed. Any retailers with an online presence are desperate to move inventory so that they are not stuck with out-of-season stock no one will want in two months when — if — the curve flattens and the doors reopen. And because online sales are the only source of revenue they have to keep their employees paid and their business afloat. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus pandemic | Should we still go shopping (online)?
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You can use the time before bed to put away fears, too, as part of giving order to the day. “Setting up plans of action for the day, both for kids and adults, can help alleviate some of that uncertainty,” Kirsch said. “We tend to keep our anxieties bottled up and they burst out in the dark. Try to clear out the mental cabinet ahead of time.” … [Read more...] about Coronavirus pandemic | How to get more sleep tonight
In terms of battery capacity, the Galaxy S20 Ultra has a clear advantage. But battery capacity doesn’t necessarily translate to the best battery life. Huawei flagships offer some of the best battery life seem on smartphones. And, the iPhone 11 Pro Max is perhaps the biggest battery on an iPhone, while delivering the same impressive power management as Huawei. If it came down to battery life alone, it would be a close tie between the P40 Pro+ and the iPhone 11 Pro Max. However, charging also plays an integral part in the battery equation, and when it comes to overall charging (Wired, Wireless, and Reverse Wireless), the P40 Pro+ comes out ahead. To conclude, Huawei is going to give you fantastic battery life and equally amazing charging capability. … [Read more...] about Huawei P40 Pro+ vs Galaxy S20 Ultra vs iPhone 11 Pro Max: In-depth spec comparison
Coronavirus pandemic | Maruti Suzuki to help produce ventilators, masks & protective clothing This week in Auto: Why Tata Motors is looking for partners, SC partially relaxes BS-IV sale deadline #WFH | The best apps for remote working from home during coronavirus … [Read more...] about Royal Enfield discontinues Trials 350 after a year of low sales
In Washington Crossing, Pennsylvania, Dawn Gehrsitz saw someone on Twitter calling for people to make masks. Gehrsitz, an industrial engineer, didn't know how to sew. So she searched her house for old fabrics -- plaid drapes, an unused shower curtain -- and enlisted her son and his girlfriend to help. Sitting at the dining room table with Jimi Hendrix on the stereo, they used a large paper cutter to slice sheets of fabric into 6-by-9-inch patches. … [Read more...] about An army of sewers, making masks for America