Almost everyhting we know about AirTags, also being reffered to as Apple Tags, is based on rumours Apple is said to be creating the same tracking device, intended to be attached to items like keys and wallets so you can track them with an app if you ever lose them MacRumours spotted details within the iOS 13.2 update that indicated Apple want to call the tracking accessory the "AirTag" We don't yet know a release date or retail price for AirTags Some experts think they will be launched in late 2020 Based on images found within the internal build of the iOS 13 software, AirTags will be small, circular and white with the Apple logo on top They will likely stick to items via adhesive and may contain rechargeable batteries … [Read more...] about Genius Apple ‘tracker tags’ that let you map ANY object using iPhone are about to launch, experts claim
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China - 77,660 confirmed cases with 2,563 deaths South Korea - 977 confirmed cases with ten deaths Italy - 270 cases with seven deaths Japan - 160 cases with one death Singapore - 90 cases with no deaths Where else have there been confirmed cases of coronavirus? Diamond Princess cruise ship - 691 cases Hong Kong - 84 cases Iran - 61 cases United States - 53 cases Thailand - 37 cases Taiwan - 31 cases Australia - 22 cases Malaysia - 22 cases Germany - 16 cases Vietnam - 16 cases UAE - 13 cases UK - 13 cases France - 12 cases Canada - 11 cases Macau - ten cases Bahrain - eight cases Kuwait - eight cases Spain - three cases Philippines - three cases India - three cases Russia - two cases Oman - two cases Afghanistan, Nepal, Cambodia, Israel, Belgium, Lebanon, Finland, Sweden, Iraq, Egypt and Sri Lanka - one case each What has happened so far? 2020 February February 25: Italy confirms its first case of coronavirus in the south, meanwhile Iran's deputy health minister is struck … [Read more...] about Coronavirus map: How far has the deadly bug spread?
When asked if we would consider taking Alonso on again, Brown was unequivocal. “No. We are in a different place now,” he said. “That’s not a reflection on him, we have two great young drivers who are really fast that are working well together. The fans like them and we have a rhythm now and would not want to disturb that. It’s where we are. I am happy with our racing team.” Alonso, now 38, drove one season in 2007 for McLaren having won the title for Renault in 2005 and 2006. However, Lewis Hamilton’s stunning debut that year created friction with the Spaniard who left at its close. … [Read more...] about Alonso keeps F1 options open but McLaren close door on comeback
Grain ground to a flour, moistened with water, milk and/or eggs and cooked quickly forms some of the earliest food known to humankind. The first kind of bread was surely a pancake of sorts – a wet dough spread over a hot rock, perhaps. And once the actual pan arrived – some kind of disc of beaten metal, heated on the fire – the pancake maker became an instant gourmet. It must have been impossible not to experiment, adding all sorts of seeds, leaves and chopped-up roots, and serving with fruit, meat, honey and combinations thereof. … [Read more...] about Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall’s batter recipes, for Pancake Day and every day
European countries were furious at Israel taking punitive measures in response to the UN vote, with one diplomat describing the steps as "cynical", "self-destructive" and "outrageous". Israel announced 3,000 new settler homes, the preliminary stages of the E1 development plan and the withholding of more than $100m (£62m) in tax revenues it collects on behalf of the Palestinian Authority. … [Read more...] about Israel defiant on settlements expansion after European condemnation