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What are Skip Bins Adelaide?

  Dumpsters, as you call it in Canada and the United States, are large metallic open containers that are normally seen in renovation or construction sites. These are normally used to collect all the garbage and waste products, which are disposed of or collected by the garbage collector on set days. These dumpsters are known as skip bins in Australia. …

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This transforming drone can be fired directly from a cannon

Drones are incredibly useful machines in the air, but getting them up and flying can be tricky, especially in a crowded, windy or emergency scenario, when speed is a factor. But a team of researchers at Caltech University and the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory have proposed an elegant and very fun solution: fire the cannon. in the air and ready …

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Google Duplex Can Now Book Movie Tickets in the UK and US

You can now use Google Duplex to book your movie tickets to Android on the US and UK. The functionality that was first annoyed with Google I / O 2019 can be accessed through Google Assistant or the Google Android app. You can ask or search for movie theaters and after finding the right time and place, click the Buy …

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Google Duplex launches online, launching movie / movie tickets

At I / O 2019, Sundar Pichai announced that Google Duplex was "moving beyond voice" and coming online. Following public testing in late September, Duplex officially launched today as "Google Assistant in Chrome" to help you buy movie tickets. While obtaining tickets online is not difficult, it can be a tedious multi-step process that is inconsistent from site to site. …

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Stadia's founders invite codes not to arrive as promised

Gamers across the globe are eagerly awaiting the launch of Google Stadia in the last eight months. Today, many of those who pre-order the Stadia Founders Edition do not receive their invitation code to start playing, but Google is actively working to resolve the issue. Update: Google has widely confirmed who has and has not sent their invitation code and …

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Samsung's Galaxy S11 will probably have a 120Hz display

120Hz displays make scrolling much smoother. Angela Lang / CNET Each year, phones get a little faster, more durable and luckily more stylishly designed. One feature that is increasingly coming to phones that makes a bigger, more noticeable difference is the higher refresh rate. The default frequency is 60Hz, which means that your phone screen refreshes 60 times per second. …

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