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Xiaomi 11 Lite 5G NE price in India leaks
Earlier this week, Xiaomi made the 11 Lite 5G NE official alongside the 11T and 11T Pro, and the new Lite mid-ranger is headed to India very soon.
Other Barks & Bites for Friday, September 17: FTC Report Finds Big Tech Acquisitions Underreported, ITC Appoints OUII Investigative Attorney as Judge, and Hughes Dissents from CAFC's Damages Remand in Omega Patents Case
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ISO standard will create guidelines for carbon-neutral buildings
The International Organization for Standardization is developing a global standard that will allow architects and designers to certify their buildings and products as carbon neutral.
Faroes PM pledges dolphin hunt review amid outcry at carnage
In a parked car overlooking the ocean sit two of the biggest whale killers in the Faroe Islands. They look exhausted, but not from hunting.
Schuyler Bailar, Thank You For Coming Out
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Design Is Two: Artist Michele Oka Doner on the Vignelli's Legacy
We are pleased to share our first rebroadcast of the fall 2021 The Vignelli Center for Design Studies' Design Conversations Lecture Series with artist Michele Oka Doner, an internationally renowned artist whose artistic production includes sculpture, jewelry, public art, functional objects, videos, artist books and costume and set design.
Yamam Nabeel's Waiting For Time is a poignant reflection on Londoners in lockdown
"I started taking photography more seriously to help my creative process but soon realised that in today's world, digital imaging has created a parallel universe, a perceived reality that has created a diluted culture and a lack of depth behind individuality," Yamam explains on dedicating his time to photography.
Matson looks to 'add value' for Quins
Tabai Matson aims to "add value" at Harlequins after joining the defending Premiership champions as senior coach.
"I am not taking over anything.
Bruins' Patrice Bergeron speaks mental health in sports: Don't 'suffer alone'
Bergeron said Monday it's "great" that athletes are having more open discussions about mental health -- a topic that's often been "almost taboo" to talk about.
5 Classes and Workshops for Food and Wine Lovers in Paris
Paris is a city known internationally for its food and wine, but as much fun as it is to spend a whole trip going to restaurants and drinking in bars, being able to gain a deeper appreciation for France's gastronomic culture in a relaxed and accessible way can make the experience all the richer.