Tim Cook says the company will launch more efforts like these in the future. Image: Roy Rochlin / getty images By Stan Schroeder2020-04-06 08:47:06 UTC
Apple has sourced 20 million masks through its supply chain in an effort to help healthcare professionals around the world fight the ongoing coronavirus outbreak, Apple CEO Tim Cook announced in a video posted on Twitter on Sunday.
“This is a truly global effort, and we’re working continuously and closely with governments at all levels to ensure these are donated to places of greatest need,” Cook said in the video.
Apple is dedicated to supporting the worldwide response to COVID-19. We’ve now sourced over 20M masks through our supply chain. Our design, engineering, operations and packaging teams are also working with suppliers to design, produce and ship face shields for medical workers. pic.twitter.com/3xRqNgMThX
— Tim Cook (@tim_cook) April 5, 2020
In dark times, at least we have sweets. Image: Shutterstock / Epov Dmitry By Shannon Connellan2020-04-04 12:00:00 UTC
Welcome to Cozy Week, where we’ll curl up by the glow of our screens to celebrate all that’s soft in entertainment. Pour yourself a cup of hot cocoa and sit by us as we coo over the cutest games, cry over the tenderest movie moments, and drift off to the most comforting shows. Because it can be a cold world out there, and we need something to keep us warm.
In dark times, muggles find all sorts of libations, confectionery, and sweet snackery to cure what ails them, to boost their spirits, and make them forget for a minute that everything’s not exactly great. Yeah, they’re not that “good for us” but sweets, lollies, and candies often help folks share a moment of friendship and silliness, or simply provide a delicious,
Products featured here are selected by our partners at StackCommerce.If you buy something through links on our site, Mashable may earn an affiliate commission. Transform your home into the cafe of your dreams. Image: Gourmia By StackCommerceMashable Shopping2020-04-04 09:02:00 UTC
Unfortunately, cafés are considered a non-essential business in many states across the country. This means that your go-to coffee shop has likely been ordered to close up shop temporarily, effectively social distancing you from your favorite cup. It sucks, we know.
But we also know that you can become your own barista — all you need is the right coffee maker. To help you turn your kitchen into your new favorite popup café, here are a couple of deals on coffee makers, brewers, grinders, and coffee pods that will up your caffeination game.
Gourmia® GCM4700 Coffee Maker with Built-In Grinder
This programmable coffee maker is capable of grinding