Windows 95 on your Apple Watch? Yes, you can, but it runs slower than molasses – Digital Trends


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Windows 95 on your Apple Watch? Yes, you can, but it runs slower than molasses
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Tenigi Insights’ Nick Lee did just that, although getting it to work was another story. By the specs, Apple’s wearable should be able to run Microsoft’s now 21-year-old operating system. The Apple Watch sports a 520MHz processor, 512MB of RAM, and 8GB
Mobile Designer Hacks Apple Watch To Run Windows 95 For Wrist-Mounted Retro GoodnessHot Hardware
Windows 95 on an Apple Watch – Really?Social Barrel (blog)
5 can’t-miss apps: Rex, Kamcord, ‘Loop Mania’ and moreMashable
Modern Readers –Bidness ETC –Neowin –Patently Apple
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If you wear headphones while walking you should watch this video – Metro


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If you wear headphones while walking you should watch this video
Metro
A pedestrian came perilously close from being knocked down by a biker – and it’s all because he was wearing headphones. Biker Chris Evans recorded the incident on his headcam on Deansgate, Manchester, as he accelerated from traffic lights.
Stunned biker films terrifying moment he almost mowed down man who stopped while crossing roadIrish Mirror
Video of Manchester pedestrian coming inches with death walking into oncoming trafficDaily Mail
Near-miss for biker and pedestrian in ManchesterITV News

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Argos recalls child seats from Irish stores over safety fears – UTV Ireland


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Argos recalls child seats from Irish stores over safety fears
UTV Ireland
Argos has warned parents to stop using a number of their ‘Mamas & Papas’ branded car seats “immediately” over safety concerns. Car seats. Argos have asked anyone who has bought one of these seats to immediately stop using it and return it to their
Argos recalls defective car seats over safety fearsIrish Times
Argos recall Mamas & Papas car seat models amid safety fearsKent Online
Mamas & Papas Car Seats: Argos Issues Urgent Recall Of Kids’ Car Seats Over Safety FearsHuffington Post UK
Irish Examiner –Peterborough Telegraph –Express.co.uk –Essex Chronicle
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New Battlefield will be announced next week – Irish Examiner


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New Battlefield will be announced next week
Irish Examiner
DICE will take to Twitch.tv to announce the next game in the Battlefield franchise next week. New Battlefield will be announced next week. On May 6, DICE will take the lid off the official Battlefield trailer. The stream gets underway at 9pm BST
“The Future of Battlefield” to be Revealed by EA and DICE on May 6thCapsule Computers
‘Battlefield 5’ confirmed to be revealed on May 6, DICE to hold world premiere eventInternational Business Times, India Edition
Battlefield 5 to be revealed next week, here’s what we know so farGame Guru
The Hacked News –NDTV –The Inquisitr –SegmentNext
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This is your reminder to back up your phone as soon as you can – thejournal.ie


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This is your reminder to back up your phone as soon as you can
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NOBODY EVER LIKES losing or breaking their phone but it can be made even more frustrating if you have no way of recovering your data. That’s why it’s so important to start backing up your phone. All the major providers allow you to update it
5 ways to seriously cut back on iPhone data usageCNET

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Garda blitz on ‘morning after’ bank holiday drivers – Connacht Tribune Group


Connacht Tribune Group

Garda blitz on ‘morning after’ bank holiday drivers
Connacht Tribune Group
‘Morning after’ drivers who are still over the alcohol limit will be targeted as part of a Garda road safety campaign over the May Bank Holiday Weekend. Officers will also be cracking down on speeding, seatbelts, mobile phones and defective tyres
Drivers urged to slow down over the Bank holiday weekendBreakingNews.ie

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Garda blitz on ‘morning after’ bank holiday drivers – Connacht Tribune Group


Connacht Tribune Group

Garda blitz on ‘morning after’ bank holiday drivers
Connacht Tribune Group
‘Morning after’ drivers who are still over the alcohol limit will be targeted as part of a Garda road safety campaign over the May Bank Holiday Weekend. Officers will also be cracking down on speeding, seatbelts, mobile phones and defective tyres
Drivers urged to slow down over the Bank holiday weekendBreakingNews.ie
Bank Holiday weather: Drivers warned of road chaos as rain, gales and storms set to strikeMirror.co.uk

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