Theirs is an on-off relationship, but in “Olive, Again,” Jack and Olive manage to evolve together. One of the strengths of Strout’s novel is that she realistically details the uncertainty and ambivalence, the revulsion and attraction, that these stubborn, no longer young people experience in each other’s company. “Go away, Jack,” Olive tells her new boyfriend when he enters the room she has slept in at his house. Her mind, though, seems to be saying something else: “Please, she thought. But she did not know what she meant by that. Please, she thought again. Please.” Since its inception in the first iPhone, iOS has been the software powering Apple mobile devices. iOS thrives thanks to a deep media ecosystem that allows sharing across devices, a gargantuan app catalog, and its very simple, user-friendly interface. Apple iPads are the only tablets that run iOS and, if you already have an iPhone, you'll feel right at home with an iPad.
Interestingly, the RS Q8's engine uses 48-volt mild-hybrid technology, which increases the use of the stop-start system and smooths that whole process out. It also powers the optional electromechanical active roll stabilization (EAWS) system, which reduces the amount of body roll while cornering. This is the same kind of tech Mercedes-Benz uses in the GLE- and GLS-Class SUVs. It's also found in vehicles like the Bentley Bentayga and Continental GT. This new Canadian standard Model 3 will set buyers back CA,999, which means it's eligible for the government incentive. But the incentive also allows for models that cost more than CA,000 if the base model is under that limit, as long as the higher trims don't exceed CA,000.
“My greatest fear with Jet Skis is not that I’ll be hit, but that I’ll witness a terrible accident,” said Nancy Brous, a kayaker who lives in the city and was on the water the afternoon of the invasion. “But they go so fast, and their operators often seem to be sort of performing for onlookers on the shore or piers more than paying attention to what’s in front of them.” Weird. But kind of awesome.
"Properly captured and maintained biometric data should be more secure than a traditional passport," said Bruce Baer Arnold, a biometrics expert at the University of Canberra. "Because the biometric involves the face's overall architecture … the machine will often be more accurate than bored, stressed humans." Motorola is positioning the Razr as the ideal compromise.
The tone on Wednesday was initially set by fresh evidence that the Chinese economy, the world’s second largest, is slowing. Factory activity in the country fell last month, according to government and private data released this week, an indication that the trade war is beginning to weigh on Chinese manufacturing. Here we have ordinary people being photographed by ordinary people. With extraordinary results.
LONDON — What does it mean to be British? What does that look like? There’s really no way around these questions for anyone in the United Kingdom right now; anyone existing in the shadow of the maybe-final-the-P.M.-swears-it-is-so Brexit deadline of Oct. 31. They overshadow everything else, even climate activism. Banksy’s “Devolved Parliament,” a portrait of the House of Commons filled by chimpanzees, is about to go on show for the first time ahead of a scheduled auction. Bankers are being told to have overnight bags packed in case they suddenly have to relocate to Frankfurt. Given the wealth of instructional content already on YouTube, I'd imagine templates could be used for everything from home improvement DIY videos to video game walkthroughs. Smart displays are already helpful in the kitchen, but they could be much more useful in the rest of the house if they can help you complete a personal project. You should just be able to ask your smart display to show you how to knit or how to fix your toilet and then let the built-in Google Assistant take it from there.
On Earth, most oxygen is generated by the photosynthesis of plants. But so far, for the Mars scientists, that is far down on the list of explanations. If anything, Daniel Rausch, vice president of Amazon Smart Home, made the argument that the main change afoot with the rise of delivery into the home is the increased control and convenience that comes with the ability to monitor a delivery via video feed or even decide at the last minute you don't want it to happen.
“It’s the closest to New Jersey, and it’s a great complex with a great environment and great amenities,” Mr. Marx said. The Smartest Stuff: Innovators are thinking up new ways to make you, and the things around you, smarter.