The Sun Daily
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Electronics Weekly
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Expert Reviews
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Buy the Dorma Full Forever from Dunelm now Key specsFilling: Spiral fibre with cotton casing; Thickness: 3.5cm; Machine washable?: Yes; Sizes: Single through to superking; Warranty: None 2. Soak Sleep Ultimate Microfibre with Silk Topper: The best buy for people who get hot at night Price when reviewed: From £68 Best known for its cooling properties, silk wicks away moisture to help regulate your body temperature all through the night. We like the fact that this topper also has an added bottom chamber that’s filled with a generous layer of gently supportive microfibre – the upshot of which is that it’s much more comfy than many of the much thinner pure silk toppers available. The elastic straps keep it firmly in place, too. And as you are much less likely to perspire when sleeping on silk, the silk filling remains free from dustmites – great for allergy sufferers, who will also be pleased to learn that silk is naturally hypoallergenic.
BBC News 24
7 days
attached to my buttocks, constant pain, almost like torture, the elastic band feeling had turned to almost an acid, a fire in my nerves, it got stronger over the two years. Now I am on as many tramadol.
BBC News 24
7 days
it was said it was because I had been in stirrups for hours. I went back weeks later and was still suffering from pain and it was like tight elastic bands down my legs and he said it was bruising. I went back about six months later, he thought to tell me again it was still bruising
BBC News 24
7 days
more. I had what felt like a block of ice attached to my buttocks. I was in constant pain. It was almost like torture. The elastic band feeling turned to almost like an.
BBC Two Wales
9 days
weeks away from the end of the regular season and are still talking about the permutations and the excitement? And elastic, Glasgow was still in it. The excitement is there. -- until last week
The Economic Times
9 days
Indian companies believe that Indian would be badly hit if the US adopts a protectionist approach on H-1B visas. "That (H-1B) is an important issue. It's not among the issues we cover in more detail in these reports. We refer to it. But the impression is the following, is that..., anything that is barriers to trade, barriers to mobility, we don't think it's good for development," he noted. "But if highly qualified people from India cannot go to work in the US, there may be firms that come to India to work with them. Capital and labour have to be together. If labour cannot go where the capital is, capital may come where the labour is," Rama said. The first of its kind of report - based on a survey of a group of 200 economists from the region - recommends South Asian nations to diversify their export basket. "The main message is, try to diversify exports, try to have an elastic response so that you seize the opportunity when it arises.
DNews
13 days
The A.I. uses four quick rebounds to drill a hole through the left-hand side of the wall above it. Then it executes a killer bank shot, driving the ball into the hole and through to the other side, where it ricochets back and forth, destroying the entire wall from within." DeepMind adds memory to its AI system to tackle multiple Atari games http://www.theverge.com/2017/3/15/14935936/google-deepmind-ewc-memory-algorithm-atari-games "When Google announced in February 2015 that its DeepMind AI beat 49 Atari video games, it was a major step forward for machine learning, but it left the team behind DeepMind with a frustrating situation. Even though the AI could beat the games, it needed to be retrained to beat each new game, and quickly forgot how to play a game after it had moved on to the next one. The researchers at DeepMind, however, have developed an algorithm to solve the problem: Elastic Weight Consolidation (EWC).
Techradar
13 days
Inside the rear of this hard case is a smooth-glide hinge with a 60-degree range that sits dead centre of your iPad: just snap your device into the top fixture and bring the screen down to the desired angle and it stays put, even against the poke of heavy-handed tappers. The hard rubberised fabric on the outside of the case feels plenty protective, with decent-sized slots for button access. It even has Smart Cover smarts, so the screen sleeps and wakes when you open/close it. Price: £50 , US$80 , AU$78 Traditional bookbindery finds another home in this handcrafted case, which features an elastic loop that holds an Apple Pencil securely when not in use. A sturdy plastic tray inside keeps your iPad in place and protects the edges when closed without hindering access to ports and buttons. The case is described as multi-angle, but the stand can't quite take the weight of an iPad Pro and tends to slide down into the default position (which is fine in itself).
ESPN Cricinfo magazine
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TIME - Top Stories
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Haaretz
19 days
Netanyahu promised the White House 'restrained construction' that wouldn't stray outside the ‘built-up area’ of settlements. That's an endlessly elastic term.
Haaretz
20 days
Netanyahu promised not to build outside the ‘built-up area’ of settlements. That's an endlessly elastic term.
ScienceDaily
21 days
Ars Technica
23 days
Chest straps Heart-rate monitoring chest straps are both loved and hated. Most of them are made of a long, belt-like elastic band that wraps snugly around your chest, a small electrode pad that sits against your skin, and a snap-on transmitter. These heart-rate monitors work differently than the ubiquitous wrist-bound monitors on new wearables because they use electrocardiography to record the electrical activity of your heart. This process requires electrodes, which live in the shiny, flat pad against the skin. That pad needs moisture water or sweat to pick up any electrical signal. When you're working out and sweating, the electrodes pick up the electrical signals given off by your heartbeat, and they send that information to the transmitter. Read 12 remaining paragraphs | Comments
BBC News 24
25 days
The elastic now is stretched as far as it is going to stretch. Losing these TAs is a disaster, it really is a disaster. Seven years ago, three in ten secondary schools were in deficit in England. Today, the National Audit Office say it's more than six in ten. And with a further £3 billion of cuts ahead, that will get worse. The Department for Education told me they believe efficiencies can be made without having to cut staff, without an impact on education
BBC News 24
25 days
a third of the 40 employed here have just received their redundancy notice. It is very upsetting, very upsetting. The elastic is stretched as far as it be stretched. Losing these TAs is a disaster, really is a disaster. Seven years ago, three in ten secondary schools were in deficit in England, today, the National Audit Office says it is six in ten and with a further £3 billion of cuts ahead, that will get worse
BBC News 24
25 days
is £120,000 in the red. TAs like Jill are not just filling gaps, they are being axed, a third of the 40 in Clwyd here have just received their redundancy notice. It is very upsetting, very upsetting. The elastic is stretched as far as it be stretched
BBC News 24
25 days
A third of the 40 employed here have just received a redundancy notice. It's very upsetting. Very, very upsetting. The elastic now is as far as it is going to stretch
BBC News 24
25 days
received a redundancy notice. -- aren't just. It is very upsetting. The plastic now is as far as it is going to stretch. Losing these TAs is a disaster, it really is a disaster -- elastic. Three years ago -- seven years ago three in school... With a further £3 billion of cuts.
Mashable
a month
We already know that Starz's adaptation of American Gods is going to be beautiful it hails from the creative minds of Bryan Fuller and Michael Green, and Fuller has enlisted visionary Hannibal director David Slade to helm multiple episodes. It's rare that a show's opening credits can match the scope and poetry of the series itself, but American Gods pulls it off thanks to the unmistakable work of Elastic the company responsible for all your favorite main title sequences of the past few years, from Game of Thrones , True Detective and Westworld to The Crown , Daredevil and The Night Manager . Read more... More about Michael Green , Bryan Fuller , American Gods Season 1 , American Gods , and Entertainment
Deadline
a month
Techradar - Reviews
a month
The 2015 version of the headset originally cost $99 (80, about AU$130) but dropped down to a price of about $60 or 50 from some sources. We'd expect Samsung to sell this at around the $99/80 mark or maybe a little more considering the new controller, which is bundled in. As for a release date, it's expected to launch alongside the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus. It may be that Samsung decides to give away the headset free with the phone when it initially launches, as the company has been prone to bundling the two together in the past. Design The design of Gear VR sits somewhere between the Oculus Rift DK 2 and Google Daydream View . There's a plastic shell that's moulded into a familiar ski goggle headset design, on the back of which is an elastic strap that fits around the sides. Previous versions of the Gear VR have included a plastic part of the strap that goes over the top of your head, but when we tested this headset it just featured elastic straps.