Garmin created a rear radar system for cyclists, allowing you to see approaching cars behind you.
BYU mechanical engineers have created an origami-inspired, lightweight bulletproof shield that can protect law enforcement from gunfire. The new ballistic barrier can be folded compactly when not in use, making it easier to transport and deploy. When expanded — which takes only five seconds — it can provide cover for officers and stop bullets from several types of handguns.
If you were to choose the top three features a phone must have, one of them would certainly be a good camera. Most of us utilize our smartphone cameras nearly every day, but as they gain more features and better image quality, the file size of the resulting photos also increases. Storing an abundance of photos and videos is the fastest way to eat through your phone’s storage, so you need to know how to delete photos from your iPhone.
There are also times, however, when an overeager tap in your Camera Roll deletes a photo or video that you later decide you wanted to keep. Accidentally deleting the wrong photo is a horrible feeling, but there’s no need to panic. You just need to know how to retrieve a deleted photo on your iPhone. Luckily, there are ways to safely delete — and recover — iPhone photos. Let’s take a look at each of them.
How to delete photos on your iPhone using a Mac
You can plug in your iPhone to your Mac, and view your photos using Image Capture. To delete photos from your iPhone, follow these steps:
When I was a kid, we’d fly one or two times a year to Canada to visit my relatives; one trip, during a particularly eventful snow delay, I got a chance to look at flight path estimators and was completely hooked.
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Adults, listen up! I see posts daily now from friends and family on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and other social networks referring to your group of friends as “Squad”.
Stop it! You don’t have a squad, you have friends, a small group or a large group, they are friends.
Please stop referring to your friends as “the squad” and your so called “hashtag- squad goals”.
Just for reference here what Google define a squad as:
a small group of people having a particular task.
“an assassination squad”
synonyms: team, crew, gang, band, cell, body, mob, outfit, force
“an assassination squad”
a small number of soldiers assembled for drill or assigned to some special task, especially an infantry unit forming part of a platoon.
synonyms: detachment, detail, unit, platoon, battery, troop, patrol, squadron, cadre, commando, tiger team
“an elite reconnaissance squad”
a group of sports players or competitors from which a team is chosen.
“eleven first-string players on the Nebraska squad”
So unless your friends have a goal to a particular task given to you, you are known as friends.
p dir=”ltr”>End of rant, thanks for participating.