One issue we have with both phones is the lack of onboard storage as standard. The default 64GB model feels miserly and outdated, and you’ll soon fill that up if you take a lot of photos or like to keep a large media or app library to hand. The provision of 128GB and 256GB options is all well and good, but the former should be the entry point by now. … [Read more...] about iPhone 12 vs iPhone 12 mini: how much does size matter in the Apple ecosystem?
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As the COVID-19 immunization programs gather pace in the next few months, it seems certain that more innovations will arise to facilitate critical links in the vaccine's supply chain – from manufacturing and transportation, to storage, distribution and the last mile. As often during the past year, the global health crisis has triggered a technological revolution, but this time in a field that is often overlooked: the critically important, but mind-bendingly complex channels that vaccine jabs go through before they are administered. … [Read more...] about From blockchain to big data and IoT, tech is trying to speed up vaccine supply chains
VLC Media Player Portable can handle files from any location, including local drives, network storage, and streams. You can even supplement it with extensions to integrate it with specific services - though bear in mind that this will add to its size considerably. … [Read more...] about Best portable apps of 2021
If the "Jesus's Wife" papyrus is authentic, it would mean that Laukamp would have had to figure out a way to reach Potsdam in 1963. In that year, West Berliners could only travel to East Berlin at Christmas, and only if they had family on that side of the city, according to historical records from that time period. President John F. Kennedy himself protested these conditions, flying to West Berlin in 1963 to give his famous "Ich bin ein Berliner" speech. … [Read more...] about ‘Gospel of Jesus’s Wife’: Records Hint at Improbable Journey of Controversial Papyrus
Green is a major backer of the Museum of the Bible, which is set to open in Washington, D.C., in 2017. According to a statement sent to Live Science by museum officials, "Hobby Lobby is cooperating with the investigation related to certain biblical artifacts. The Museum of the Bible is a separate not-for-profit entity made possible by the generous charitable contributions of the Green family and others." … [Read more...] about Digging up the Past in 2016: What Archaeologists Expect to Find