Daily Archives: March 26, 2020

Huawei P40 Pro vs. Galaxy S20 Ultra vs. P30 Pro vs. iPhone 11 Pro Max shootout

Huawei P40 Pro review

On paper, the newly released Huawei P40 Pro boasts one of the more impressive camera setups around with improvements across the board over its predecessor – the P30 Pro. The main 50MP shooter now comes with a new 1/1.28″ Quad Bayer sensor with an RYYB filter and f/1.9 aperture. Keeping …

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‘The Other Option Is Death’: New York Starts Sharing of Ventilators

‘The Other Option Is Death’: New York Starts Sharing of Ventilators

A New York hospital system has begun treating two patients instead of one on some ventilators, a desperate measure that could help alleviate a shortage of the critical breathing machines and help hospitals around the country respond to the surge of coronavirus patients expected in the coming weeks. NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital, …

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Russian boxers post videos that appear to flout self-isolation rules | Sport

Several members of Russia’s national boxing team have posted online pictures or videos that appear to show them flouting self-isolation rules imposed to slow the spread of coronavirus, social media posts reviewed by Reuters show. The Russian national boxing team returned home last week after an Olympic qualification tournament in …

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Expert Advice: Should ‘Snowbirds’ Stay or Go?

Expert Advice: Should ‘Snowbirds’ Stay or Go?

For the millions of Americans who make the migration between North and South as the seasons change, the coronavirus outbreak has created a difficult dilemma: Are they better off staying where they are, or heading home? Because they are older, the so-called snowbirds, are at higher risk of Covid-19 complications. …

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NYC Hospitals Struggle with Coronavirus Surge

photo of emergency sign

March 26, 2020 — On a sunny, early spring day in Woodside, Queens, you’d expect to hear the shouts of children at recess from a nearby school, rumbling trucks making deliveries, music blasting out of car windows. Instead, right now the only sound is the occasional wail of a siren, …

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US carriers forgiving late payments, bolstering benefits during coronavirus fallout (Updated)

US carriers forgiving late payments, bolstering benefits during coronavirus fallout (Updated)

Cellular carriers have earned many negative impressions over the years for poor billing practices, unfair contracts, and some dubious attempts to insert themselves where they might not belong; but there’s no denying that they have a good track record for giving a little back in times of crisis. In light …

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National Cathedral, Nasdaq, Businesses and Unions Locate Troves of N95 Masks

National Cathedral, Nasdaq, Businesses and Unions Locate Troves of N95 Masks

Joe Alonso, the head stonemason at the Washington National Cathedral, had tended to the building for 35 years. He knew its nooks and crannies. So when news spread of a shortage of N95 masks needed to fight the coronavirus outbreak, Mr. Alonso remembered something nobody else did: More than 7,000 …

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Online Help to Stay Sober During a Pandemic

Online Help to Stay Sober During a Pandemic

The coronavirus pandemic has put severe stress on millions of people in recovery for substance use issues, as well as on friends and family who are trying to stand by them. Connection is considered an antidote to addiction, but the bans on gatherings have abruptly shut down support groups, leaving …

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How to Use a Blue Light Filter on Your PC

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Blue light from any device can interrupt your circadian rhythm, which research suggests can lead to all sorts of tiredness-related problems. Your best solution is to use a blue light filter to change your display’s color palette. Some of the best monitors have built-in blue light filters, but there are …

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Anna Kournikova provided blueprint for success not guide for glamorous failure | Tumaini Carayol | Sport

Anna Kournikova with Martina Hingis in 1999

“You lost here today, sum up your day at Wimbledon,” asked a stuttering voice from behind the BBC camera. A few hours earlier, Anna Kournikova had fallen in the first round of Wimbledon in 2002. She was ranked 55, her career plunging into a spiral as the media lapped up …

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