Google hasn't released user figures for the previous version of the software, Android 10. But the last time Google updated its distribution numbers in May 2019, Android 9 had only been installed on 10.4% of Android phones. The three versions released before that make up 64.4% of Android phones. By contrast, 77% of Apple's iPhones are on the most recent version of its operating system, iOS 13. … [Read more...] about Google releases Android 11 beta, cancels launch event amid protests
La funzione che permette di usare lo stesso account WhatsApp su più dispositivi è stata per molto tempo tra le più richieste, ma è anche una delle più complesse da sviluppare. Questo è il motivo per cui per molto tempo WhatsApp ha potuto funzionare solo su un dispositivo: vi ricordiamo che comunque al momento la funzione non è disponibile, e ci vorrà un po' prima che venga implementata. … [Read more...] about WhatsApp: in arrivo la sincronizzazione delle chat tra iOS e Android
This seemed like solid evidence that, even if alligators no longer lurk in the city's sewers, they did at one timeand were enough of a menace that the city initiated a program to eradicate them. However, Brunvand notes, further investigation revealed that the man "had never been commissioner, and, in fact, had delighted in spinning outrageous yarns." … [Read more...] about Do Alligators Really Live in New York City Sewers?
As Lord Privy Seal and Vicegerent in Spirituals (Henry's deputy in matters relating to the church), Cromwell was the most powerful man in Henry VIII's court. Henry's break from the Catholic Church and the dissolution of the monasteries became an opportunity for Cromwell to advance religious reform. For Cromwell, support for a vernacular Bible (translated into English for the general population) was linked with obedience to the King. But he had to counter a strong opposition and a substantial conservative faction in court and within the church. Henry's support for religious reform was always limited. His stance on religion was influenced more by his political aims, rather than faith, so his support for a vernacular Bible was hesitant from the start. … [Read more...] about Thomas Cromwell used ‘cut and paste’ to insert himself into Henry VIII’s Great Bible
So if Treponema pallidum--the syphilis pathogen--was not a stowaway with Columbus, how did it find its way to England? Some scientists believe that seafaring Vikings, who reached Canada's eastern shore hundreds of years before Columbus, were carriers. Viking merchants were visiting northeastern England around 1300, for instance, just about the time that the Hull skeletons start showing signs of the disease. … [Read more...] about Columbus Didn’t Do It