Looking for a Little More Sense One of the interesting energy-saving features found in the machine is DishSense Technology, which, according to Electrolux, can determine how dirty the dishes are in a load and then adjust the cycle accordingly. A wonderful idea — if it works. Like many appliances today, enabling energy-saving efficiencies is important. But if you end up running the same load more than once, which is what we had to do to get our dishes clean, then it’s not all that efficient. … [Read more...] about Electrolux EI24ID81SS review
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The jar’s spill-top lid is like what you’d find on a food processor, meaning you’ll have to lock it into place before the machine will work. For both this reason and the height of the machine with the jar attached, we recommend removing the jar to add contents and then lock the lid into place. At first, the lock is a little hard to maneuver, but once you understand how to properly place it atop the jar, securing it becomes second nature. The jar itself is BPA free and Food-Grade Tritan, so it’s also free of BPS. This is a fancy way of saying that it’s FDA approved and you should feel safe making food in this plastic jar. That’s right, go ahead and use this blender to make your baby food. … [Read more...] about Elechomes CHS2001 blender review
However, there’s another part to the project — and i‹t’s one which also needs your help. In order to spot plastic in images, Plastic Tide needs images to spot plastic in. These are taken using drone-mounted cameras, snapped by a growing army of helpful volunteers. “Pretty quickly I started getting emails from people around the world asking how they could contribute images to help train the machine learning system,” Kohler said. “It became so big that I founded the Marine Litter DRONET to coordinate these efforts. It’s a mix of everyone from concerned individuals all the way up to research institutions and companies.” This aspect of the initiative has attracted some keen enthusiasts, such as 72-year-old Morris Enyeart, who has so far contributed upwards of 7,000 images. … [Read more...] about Meet the man fighting plastic pollution with a fleet of A.I.-powered camera drones
But what if one of these indispensable tools of yours breaks down? You can’t rush to book a service appointment like you could before. Tech companies have shuttered most of their repair centers indefinitely, local technicians have been forced to close shops too and you’re unlikely to source a spare part for DIY operation. Even Apple Stores, which have long been a place to easily get Apple products repaired, have largely been shut down worldwide, leaving people with little to no option if their tech breaks. … [Read more...] about What happens if your Apple products break during the coronavirus pandemic?
8. Advance Wars: Dual Strike It’s been a while since the last Advance Wars title, though games like Wargroove on the Nintendo Switch have filled the gap nicely. Advance Wars: Dual Strike was an exceptionally solid entry in the franchise, making great use of the console’s dual screens. The bottom screen shows the battle map and allows for user inputs, while the top screen displays pertinent information, such as terrain and unit intelligence. This dual screen approach nearly eliminates the need to pause the game or navigate menus, streamlining the gameplay significantly. It’s also an absolute blast to play in local co-op. Just like the original, co-op does not necessitate two consoles, as one console can simply be passed back and forth between two players. … [Read more...] about The 15 best Nintendo DS games of all time