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Frankly, that’s a pretty big advantage over Apple’s stated 18 hours.
FITBIT SENSE REVIEWBRIAN HEATERSEPTEMBER 24, 2020TECHCRUNCH
The company’s software, which it calls Orquestra, provides a way for companies to use algorithms that were originally designed to take advantage of the unique properties of quantum computers.
Google will back up your device to the cloud regularly and for free, so make sure you’re taking advantage of it.
This would give J&J’s vaccine an advantage over other leading candidates, which are all being tested with a two-dose protocol.
That controversial shoe, which critics said gave runners an unfair advantage, generated a lot of headlines for Nike and bolstered its reputation for innovation.
This may offer some advantages, but isolation also decreases access to childcare and other kinds of social support right at the time they need it the most.
Some people understand the system too well — and figured out how to take advantage of it.
He and others believe the innovations Tesla is likely to unveil Tuesday, the fruit of years of acquisitions and in-house research, could add up to a long-term strategic advantage over competitors nipping at the trailblazer’s heels.
Epidemiologist Julia Marcus argues that shaming people who do not wear masks will not work to anyone’s advantage.
The firm also deployed 70% of its preceding $886 million Accord fund over the course of seven days in March, according to Drescher, to take advantage of buying opportunities during the height of that month’s market volatility.

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