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iPhone SE review: Small screen, huge performance

It’s finally here. Nearly two years after discontinuing the 4-inch iPhone SE, Apple has introduced a new iPhone SE with a highly competitive $399 starting price tag.

Like its predecessor, this release puts Apple’s latest processor inside the chassis of the company’s heretofore cheapest phone, giving buyers who want a powerful, future-proof handset an option for quite a bit less than the

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Multiple Filters Chart Gadget | Atlassian Marketplace

<p> Multiple Filters Chart Gadget | Atlassian Marketplace<br /> </p>

Combine multiple filters into a single chart or table

Combine multiple filters into a single chart or table

Combine multiple filters into a single chart or table

​Comparing different charts on the same scale

Data Visualisation without using Complicated JQLs

Put multiple filters together into a single chart for easy comparison. You can now choose Bar Chart, Line Chart or Pie Chart

Allow you to identify correlations in your issues across time by putting them on the same scale

Allow you to reuse your existing filters without the need to craft complicated JQL queries

Combine multiple JQL filters into a Single Chart

​Comparing different charts on the same

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The Pioneer Woman Vintage Floral Gadget Set, 20 Piece – Walmart.com

Everything that this set comes with is needed for a kitchen. Not all of them are designed well, but the ideas for them are great. 20 pieces include a solid wood cutting board (13inches by 9inches). The cutting board should be hand washed since it is wood. A whisk, melamine measuring pitcher, 4 piece measuring spoons, 4 piece measuring cups, melamine resting spoon, a 4 piece silicone spatulas with wood handles (hand wash the wood handles), a 4 inch paring knife with sheath and a 6.5 inch knife with sheath. I really like that the knives come with sheath. It is so much safer in the knife drawer to keep the blades covered. I like the design on the side of the blade. I had never seen this before, and it adds character.

The spatulas are my favorite part of the set. 2 are straight edged and 2 are cupped.

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Sales of kitchen gadget increase by 1600 per cent

From blast chillers to ice cream machines, every season of MasterChef seems to bring a kitchen gadget into the limelight.

This season, it’s the hibachi grill.

Fans of the cooking competition have become well accustomed to seeing at least one, if not multiple contestants cooking on these portable Japanese grills every episode.

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Just this week, Simon Toohey won the judges over with his burnt cucumber dish on Monday, while Sarah Clare lost a charred duck oesophagus to the grill during Wednesday night’s Mystery Box. Then on Thursday night’s hibachi-related cook, Sarah Tiong unfortunately seared her coral trout a few shades too dark, and lost her chance at immunity. It instead went to Jess Liemantara, who won with her non-hibatchied 65-degree egg with turmeric noodles and chilli oil.

Humble home cooks can also get in on the hibachi action.

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Create a Win7 Gadget | Experts Exchange

This article shows you how to create a simple “Gadget” — a sort of mini-application supported by Windows 7 and Vista.  Gadgets can be dropped anywhere on the desktop to provide instant information, or to act as a gateway to a website or a larger program.  

What I like about gadgets is that they are really just small HTML pages.  That means:  No big-project development overhead.  If you have Notepad.exe and some knowledge about HTML, then you can write your own gadget.  Like HTAs, they run with with full local-program privileges, and can use ActiveX objects.  There is no limit to the creative things you can do with gadgets.Fig. 1-1:  Win7 gadgets!
How to Create a Gadget (the short version):
Here’s all you need to do to create your own gadget:

1) Write an HTML page, say gadgetName.html

2) Write a short XML file, named (exactly) gadget.xml

3) Copy these

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NVIDIA GPU Sidebar Gadget – Download

NVIDIA GPU Sidebar Gadget is a freeware software app filed under video tweaks and made available by C Roderfeld for Windows.

The review for NVIDIA GPU Sidebar Gadget has not been completed yet, but it was tested by an editor here on a PC.

If you would like to submit a review of this software download, we welcome your input and encourage you to submit us something!

ATI Sidebar Gadget

I would like to expressly point out that this gadget API’s from the respective manufacturers (AMD / Intel) is used to gain access to his information, and these APIs are dependent on the maintenance by the manufacturer to deliver on all graphics cards all the data. This is often, unfortunately not. A direct hardware access, as it use GPU-Z, Everest, etc. in order to get their information will not be given for this gadget.

The maintenance requirements for such a

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Gadget Cover Reviews | Read Customer Service Reviews of gadget-cover.com

Good afternoon,

Thank you for leaving your review.

We are sorry to read you do not feel our claims process has worked for you.

Having looked into your policy and claim I can see the reason you were asked to provide the birth certificate is due to the slight spelling difference between your sons and your surnames as well as residing at a different address. They were asking for the additional documentation to show the relationship so they would be able to proceed with your claim under the Immediate family cover. Immediate family cover is defined as your mother, father, son, daughter and spouse under our Terms and Conditions.

As you do not want to provide this our claims team will be able to look at a Gift Receipt if your son could ask John Lewis to provide one. Once received we will look to cover this as per the

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Windows Desktop Gadgets – Network Meter Gadgets Version 9.6

Review
Jared Green
10-Nov-2013
12:05 am

Network Meter
I love this informative gadget that helps me with not only checking on my system but understanding what is going on while I’m creating new programs or just installing new things on my system. I think these set of gadgets are essential for any computer user so you can understand what is going on, whether to wait or click again or just change windows to the one that popped up in the background so you can click “OK”. I am donating for several reasons, but most of all, because this is the kind of program that needs our attention and support.


Review
CdnBookLover
4-Nov-2013
1:12 am

Network Meter 9.6
This gadget is terrific! I’ve been using it since Windows Vista was still new. I especially appreciated the addition of quota data. I’m intrigued by the history graph image above
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Back Market raises $120 million to grow refurbished gadget market

Back Market has raised a $120 million round of venture capital as it seeks to dramatically expand the market for refurbished consumer electronics. The investment round included Goldman Sachs, Aglaé Ventures, Eurazeo Growth, and Daphni and follows rounds of $48 million in 2018 and $7 million in 2017.

The Paris-based startup has created a marketplace to connect companies that restore used gadgets with consumers through a one-stop shopping experience, complete with warranties and customer service. While the company has seen meteoric growth, particularly since its expansion to the U.S., overall sales of used gadgets remain small compared to those of brand-new devices.

Cofounder and CEO Thibaud Hug de Larauze said the company’s long-term goal is to make refurbished devices the majority of consumer purchases. This feeds into its ambition of promoting the circular economy and reducing the tech industry’s impact on the environment.

“We are a mission-driven company,” said Hug

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Travel Agents See Increased Demand for Gadget-Free Vacations

Rosemary Dukelow was eight months into a solo, round-the-world trip when she boarded a cargo ship bound for Savannah, Georgia, in January 2011 – as the ship’s sole passenger. Up until that point, she had been a fixture at Internet cafes, constantly checking itineraries and updating the blog she kept to chronicle the trip.

But once she boarded the Cap Cleveland in New Zealand, she found herself in a situation some of us dream of, and some of us dread: Dukelow was completely cut off from her online world for weeks at a stretch.

“If you have to go somewhere remote because you’re addicted to technology, that’s one way to do it. But it’s missing the whole reason to travel.” – Sheri Wallace, editor of Road Trips for Families.

“There is very little to do aboard a cargo ship besides watch the sunset and sunrise, read, and walk on deck.

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