Last Week in 5 Links #83

by | Jul 29, 2021 | FiveLinks

This week selection has Rare-earth magnets, Battlefield: Portals, Be Svendsen, Dune movie trailer and a Bluetooth headset review, all handpicked by Janos Szabo.

Cutting Back on Rare-Earth Magnets

Car manufacturers are either cutting back or recycle Rare-earth magnets. As far as I see, it isn’t an isolated case: every industry is facing or will face the same issue: we simply don’t have enough to throw away when we don’t use it anymore. We need to re-use, recycle, refurbish or simply cut back on how much we use, otherwise we will run out of everything. Earth has limited resources, I’m afraid.

Electric car being charged.
Photo by Mike from Pexels.

Battlefield: Portal – Announcement Trailer

Battlefield is one of my favourite franchises. As far as I can tell, you will be able to choose anything from previous games and mix them together in one game. I mean, a Spitfire can fight against an A10, for example. It reminds me of the movie Final Countdown. I can’t wait to play it.

Be Svendsen

I chose this because for me it is the perfect soundtrack for working.

Dune Trailer

I believe this is one of the most anticipated movies in 2021. The trailer is just amazing. I can’t wait to see it, literally counting the days.

Bluetooth Headset

I was looking for a new headset for my wife when I came across this review. She used to have a great quality pair and I wanted to buy something similar. The reviewer used a binaural microphone under the headset so we can hear exactly the same he heard in the video. He compares a Sony WH-1000XM4 with an Anker Soundcore Life Q30.

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